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Publisher Description

From aromatherapy and numerology to healing crystals and meditation, this fun and sassy guide to everything body-mind-spirit defines New Age practices for a new generation.

What type of crystal should I put in my car for a road trip? Should I Feng Shui my smart phone screen? In this illuminating introduction for the modern-day soul searcher, Emma Mildon shines light on everything your mom didn’t teach you about neo–New Age practices.

With something for every type of spiritual seeker, The Soul Searcher’s Handbook offers easy tips, tricks, and how-tos for incorporating everything from dreamology and astrology to mysticism and alternative healing into your everyday life. This handbook is your #1 go-to guide—handy, accessible, entertaining, and packed with all the wisdom you need in one place.

Your destiny, gifted to you at birth, is waiting. So plug into the universe, dig your toes into the soil of Mother Earth, and open your soul to your full potential. Regardless of what you’re seeking, The Soul Searcher’s Handbook is your awakening to a more fulfilling and soulful life.

GENRE
Self-Development
RELEASED
2015
November 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
272
Pages
PUBLISHER
Atria Books/Beyond Words
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
7.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Boho artistry ,

Great book for beginners!

This is an incredible book I found myself highlighting and marking off pages when I didn't even plan to. The author gives a wide variety of spiritual outlets to use for healing, energy, and life changes (among many other things). I'm very happy I started with this book because it laid everything out for me and described it in a way a novice could understand. Once I was finished reading it I had discovered which spiritual outlets I wanted to explore and which ones I was willing to try later. Not only that but I understood the reasoning behind explore different outlets instead of going in blind. I'm very happy with this read and I will definitely recommend it as well as use it frequently.

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