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The Source - Connect with your inner power and create your own reality - cover

The Source - Connect with your inner power and create your own reality

Judith McAdam

Publisher: Gill Books

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Summary

In The Source, spiritual teacher Judith McAdam blends her broad knowledge of alternative therapies, ancient spiritual traditions and world religions to reveal her groundbreaking principles for creating your own reality.   
These principles stem from Judith’s personal story of transformation and from her life-long connection with what she calls Source Energy, a universal energy that lies deep within and all around us. If harnessed in the right way, this energy enables us to deliberately create our own reality in abundance.  
 Most of us cut ourselves off from this energy to varying degrees, leading to unhappiness on many different levels. Here, Judith synthesises her vast knowledge to bring us seven principles that will help us tune into the abundance of life’s energy in order to live our most meaningful, purposeful lives. The Source is a life-changing book for all who read it.   
Praise for the author  
‘Judith is like a guiding star, revealing the path to reaching your full potential.’  DEARBHAIL MCDONALD, AUTHOR AND BROADCASTER  
‘Judith is warmth and counsel, nurturing energy and grounding wisdom. She is earth mother and soul sister; she is the truth you didn’t want to hear and the answer to your prayers.’ ANDREW HYLAND, FORMER DIRECTOR, MARRIAGE EQUALITY  
‘I would describe Judith’s work as a miracle and a gift to any life she touches. She is a teacher, confidante and an angel on earth.’  ASHLEY KEHOE  
‘Judith is a modern-day Sherpa, lovingly guiding people along the mountain track towards the life that has always been waiting for them.’  KATHY SCOTT, THE TRAILBLAZERY  
‘Judith has a priceless wisdom. Every soul she encounters is set on a path of discovering their true self, true purpose and inner authentic power.’  NADINE QUINN AND CARLA MCQUILLAN, THE.SPACE

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