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Publisher Description

This new, revised and updated 25th Anniversary Edition reveals • all forty-five paths of life for anyone born between 1750 and the present • a precise method to determine your own life path and the paths of others • the core issues, innate talents and special needs related to each path, including areas of health, money and sexuality • guidelines for approaching a career consistent with your innate drives and abilities • the hidden purpose behind your own primary relationships • how to live in harmony with the cycles of you life • new insights on single-digit birth numbers and 'master numbers' • the key spiritual laws to help you understand your past, clarify your present, and empower your future.

Years ago, Dan Millman was mentored by a man as mysterious and wise as the man he called Socrates, who revealed a previously secret (and more accurate) method that opened doorways to profound insight into the core issues at the heart of one's own life and the lives of others. 

Millman worked with this system for a decade, providing "spiritual law alignment" readings for countless people, before teaching this system to a small group of people — and finally, the time came to write The Life You Were Born to Live. This book presents the method and revelations of The Life Purpose system, a modern method based on ancient wisdom that has helped hundreds of thousands of people find new meaning, purpose and direction.

Health, Mind & Body
August 20
Peaceful Warrior ePublishing
Peaceful Warrior Services

Customer Reviews

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A new outlook

This book has given me a new outlook on many things especially where I stand on the inner workings of the universe

True it is easy to be a sceptic and there is no shame in that, but I think that anyone sceptic or not should find their number and read. Because whether or not you believe in the “realness” of it, what this book is trying to is how to live according to your own strengths and weaknesses so why would you not want to read about yourself if not from curiosity.

In the end to each their own, have a great day

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