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The Seat of The Soul

by Gary Zukav

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The Seat of The Soul by Gary Zukav
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    Mar 1989, 255 pages
    Jan 1990, 256 pages

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awsome book, truly remarkable, answerd alot of my questions; lifes boomerange affect, living by the golden rule & lifes gift is also as is your gift to your self living the life you choose. I am thankfull to read this book.

I just finished this wonderful work.Wow. It's a must for those earthlings who plan to advance to the next level. A 99% pure and revealing bible especially written for those of us that find ourselves here boot scrapping and mud slinging when we only wished for some soft cloud to spend forever on!

excellent book about addictions and why we succumb to them.
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