Soulshift: Manifesting Abundance is about a total life paradigm adjustment. Living life from a profound sense of love and grace awakens abundance inside your heart.
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Are you burnt out on religion? Had enough of the lies it tells you? Do you long for love and contentment to saturate your life? Are you prepared to have some of your ‘sacred-cows’ slain?
Get ready for some traditional misunderstandings of God to be seen for what they are. As the author David Dark says in his recent book The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, “I eventually came to suspect that any God who is nervous, defensive, or angry in the face of questions is a false god.”
It’s time to leave behind the weary treadmill of religious performance and enter a place of soul-rest – hence the title ‘Soulshift‘.
- What is the meaning of spiritual abundance?
- How do we see and experience this abundance in life and soul?
- Discover that a close encounter with love will rock your spiritual world.
- Over 400 pages of essays and reflections on the amazing paradigm shift that grace brings.
- Over 40 chapters of grace-filled essays, reflections and ‘thinking outside the box‘ of organized religious systems.
Reader Testimonial: “Inspiring, insightful and flowing out of a heart overflowing with love. ”
~ Robert (via Amazon)
Reader Testimonial: “An awakening I can’t even explain is taking place, and I am ready to embrace every moment… I feel like I’ve known the author my whole life when I read his words. The next best book I’ve read like this is The Shack. ”
~ Abby (via Amazon)
Reader Testimonial: “Very enlightening…everyone should read this book and get back to the basics of grace and God’s love without a religion making them feel guilty or unloved by God.”
~ Robin (via Amazon)