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The Book of Light - 365 Ways to Bring Light into Your Life - cover

The Book of Light - 365 Ways to Bring Light into Your Life

Mikaela Katherine Jones

Publisher: Conari Press

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Summary

Stressed out by life? Need a little extra comfort, inspiration, and love?Whether you’ve lost your way or are just having a bad day, The Book of Light is the ideal pick-me-up, reminding you that you are a magnificent, powerful being of light. You are here to make a positive contribution to the world, and you are deserving of love, joy, and fulfillment.The Book of Light will help you tune in to and connect with your inner light for direction. The thoughtful passages will help you create more emotional, spiritual, and physical light in your life each day of the year. When read with intention, the affirmations, meditations, visualizations, and practical tips will help you awaken to and stay connected to your true self.

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