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Creative Alchemy - Meditations Rituals and Experiments to Free Your Inner Magic - cover

Creative Alchemy - Meditations Rituals and Experiments to Free Your Inner Magic

Marlo Johnson

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Creativity guru Marlo Johnson guides readers through 88 transformative meditations, rituals, and experiments designed to foster personal growth through the power of conscious creation. Featuring dreamy marbled-paper interiors and a refreshing combination of down-to-earth practical instruction and insightful spiritual guidance, this gem of a book is perfect for anyone looking to break out of old habits and unleash their true creative potential.

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