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"This is a how-to book that reads like the best novel ever... With paper and pen in hand, one can find out who one is and what one's purpose is....The book is for young and old, rich and poor, happy and sad. It is a book to be treasured for years to come." -- Betsey Brooks, ARE Association for Research and Enlightenment, Virginia Beach, Va.
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"Every human being has an 'inner voice,' a 'higher' nature, an awareness beyond thought and beyond intellect. It is called by various names: Buddha Nature, Christ Consciousness... Atman, etc. It is our Soul. In it we just 'know.' But precious little in our cultural training has helped us to 'connect' with that place of infinite wisdom, unconditional Love, and pure joy. Janet Conner's wonderful book, Writing Down Your Soul is a magnificent gift for us all. It offers a clear, concise, nurturing path to connecting--every day--with the highest and deepest part of ourselves. In that process it helps us become fully alive, fully awake, and fully loving. I highly recommend this superb, insightful, compassionate book!" -- John E. Welshons, author of Awakening From Grief and One Soul, One Love, One Heart: The Sacred Path to Healing All Relationships
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