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Publisher Description

Who Do You Think You Are?
Have you ever wondered who you really are and what you are doing here? Believe it or not, the simple truth is that everything you want to know is already inside you. Renowned psychic and bestselling author James Van Praagh has learned a lot through his amazing ability to communicate with the spiritual realms, and in Looking Beyond he shares with teens what the spirits have taught him, including • The real deal about soulmates (hint: you have more than one!) • Why you have the parents you do • What the heck spirit guides are and how to use them • How dreams can increase your creativity • Ways to develop your sixth sense • The lessons you were born to learn

Looking Beyond gives you the tools you need to uncover the power, strength, and talent to fulfill your unique destiny. If you would like to begin the journey to discover the real you the person you are meant to be just turn to page one and let Van Praagh show you the way.

April 6
Atria Books

Customer Reviews

MJDH47 ,

Reviewing the basics can help you refocus!

For various reasons I had drifted away from my core spiritual beliefs and was looking for a guide to help return me to a better, more peaceful, less stressed mental state. This book did it for me and I'm very grateful to the author for sharing his words of wisdom. As I write this review I have read it twice and will keep reading it again and again until I no longer feel the need. Even then I plan on returning to its chapters periodically to help me deal with life's challenges.

Most of the author's books are about life after death, and while I find the topic interesting, I wanted help for the here and now vs the hereafter! ;)

Multiple reviewers mentioned that although they purchased the book for a teen daughter or son, they found it useful for themselves as well. I wholeheartedly agree. He covers all of the basics of how one should live, think, approach negativity, pray, react, and stay tuned to your spiritual inner voice. Yes, some of the references to teen life came across as cheesy, but I applied the points he was making to my present personal life and they proved useful.

While I was reading through the pages I kept being "guided"/pushed to share this book with a previous best friend I was no longer speaking to because of conflict between us. Certain phrases would leap out to me as being exactly what I needed to learn or remember while something else would seem to have been written especially for him. I hadn't even finished the book yet when I gave in to the inner insistent voice and sent him a text. He was clearly surprised to hear from me but I told him to please put our issues aside and trust me that it was important that he download and read this book. I actually teared up when he wrote back that he trusted my opinion and would do as I asked. It turned out he was going through some challenging life issues I knew nothing about and the book really helped him. Since then the inner voice has calmed down a ton in its efforts to use me to help him so it seems my tasking has been fulfilled. I hope so and am thankful I listened.

Do yourself a favor and buy this book. Don't just read the through the pages. Do your genuine best to absorb the valuable lessons it presents, and trust that what you need the most for right now will practically leap off the pages. Try to find a peaceful place and time of day when you are the least distracted. And consider trying what has proven helpful for me: reread it to pick up points you may have missed before, and then use it as a "primer reminder" when you feel the need. Pray, meditate, and I wish you the best.

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