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The path to HAPPY - Unlock more energy consciousness and authentic action - cover

The path to HAPPY - Unlock more energy consciousness and authentic action

Rait Mark

Publisher: Polygraph Publishing

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This series of non-fiction self-discovery is devoted to improving the human experience. 'The path to' series of self-discovery is made up of inspiring and practical guides examining the themes of Happiness, Love, Peace and Purpose (the first four in the series). The series is a carefully researched and uniquely distilled blend of psychology, philosophy, science, spirituality, mindfulness, health and wellbeing and common sense, whilst giving expression to Mark's personal experience and his search for the truest path. 

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