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Spiritual Liberation

Fulfilling Your Soul's Potential

LIST PRICE $47.00

The well-known spiritual leader and featured contributor to The Secret shares his wisdom with the world in this powerful and compelling book of spiritual philosophy about how to find the key to unlock your future.

Moving beyond mere theory or rhetoric, Spiritual Liberation engages you on a personal level, challenging you to take the next step towards transforming your life in every way. Rev. Michael Beckwith believes that people who cultivate their full potential spiritually, mentally, emotionally, professionally, and creatively not only experience a more meaningful personal life, they contribute to the development of society that recognizes, honors and nurtures the dignity of the world’s peoples.

This book offers practical wisdom and practices for redefining and revitalizing the very foundations of life, thus leading to fulfillment and success for individuals and the global society in which we live. Each chapter is filled with insight into the divine blessings that all have been given. Discover that you are already on your way to an amazing spiritual adventure.

Photograph by Randee St. Nicholas

As one of the foremost spiritual leaders and founder of the Agape International Spiritual Center, Michael Bernard Beckwith is a powerful force for change. He is the originator of the Life Visioning Process and author of Inspirations of the Heart, 40 Day Mind Fast Soul Feast, and A Manifesto of Peace.

Photograph by Randee St. Nicholas

As one of the foremost spiritual leaders and founder of the Agape International Spiritual Center, Michael Bernard Beckwith is a powerful force for change. He is the originator of the Life Visioning Process and author of Inspirations of the Heart, 40 Day Mind Fast Soul Feast, and A Manifesto of Peace.

"Michael Bernard Beckwith's book shows us how to awaken our inner intelligence...so that we can live a life with peace, harmony, joy, and creativity." -- Deepak Chopra, author of The Third Jesus: The Christ We Cannot Ignore

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