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Conscious Footsteps: Finding Spirit in Everyday Matters

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An "idea generator" for finding Spirit in ordinary life experiences, Conscious Footsteps is inspired by the author's deep, heartfelt search for life's greater meaning. Read it to awaken personal happiness and notice the interdependence and sacredness of everything. Discover how Spirit manifests in your daily affairs, bringing greater joy and fulfillment. This is not a ...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published June 4th 2010 by Authorhouse
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Conscious Footsteps: Finding Spirit in Everyday Matters
By Dianne Eppler Adams

Conscious Footsteps: Finding Spirit in Everyday Matters by Dianne Eppler Adams is a unique find in the world of books of spirituality. Dianne draws upon her own heightened awareness and her experience as an astrologist to bring an entirely new refreshing perspective to books on spirituality.

Conscious Footsteps: Finding Spirit in Everyday Matters is a self-help book in that it does help highlight practices you could now
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