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Spiritual Alchemy - Transform Your Life and Everyone In It

Kelly Wallace

Publisher: Intuitive Living

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In Spiritual Alchemy I'll cover what spirituality truly is, and how to live at a higher vibrational frequency by changing your thoughts and actions. In turn, your soul will become a magnet for better people and better things. Happiness will be your norm rather than something fleeting.

 
No matter where your life is at this moment and no matter where you'd like to be in the future, know that you can and will get to where you desire. Best of all, by raising your soul energy in this lifetime, you can choose not to repeat any annoying or frustrating patterns in a future life.

 
Everything is connected within you—heart, mind, body, and soul—and by working on the things you can control your efforts will spill over into the spiritual part of you as well. Soon you'll be thinking and acting from a higher perspective than you ever have before and that's when the real magic happens. By changing your outlook, how you act and react, the people around you will naturally change as well. I believe in you and know you'll see results quickly if you put in the time and dedication!

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