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Developing Spiritual Intelligence: The Power of You

by Altazar Rossiter

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Developing Spiritual Intelligence
The Power of You
by Altazar Rossiter

Every once and awhile a how-to book will just jump out at me and make me take notice in a really big way, this absolute find is such a book. I have always been a ponderer, never happy unless I had something to think about, so my mind is usually filled with deep, unanswered questions and believe me this work really helped me out big time. I'm not just talking about easy stuff like how to feel the angels, but very intricate stuff like why I feel abandoned all the time, or worthless, or not connected with the Universe as much as I feel I should be.

This book has just blown me away, the author starts right from the beginning explaining how we are all wonderful, great, spiritually competent and connected to all things in all ways, and then he proceeded to break it down for me in such a simple way I really understood. It wasn't because I was adopted in this life, it had to do with the condition that being in body produces.

Mesmerizing contents like the ego, and the dark night of the soul and spiritual principles written so clearly that it cut through all my previous misconceptions, like a dark veil had been lifted from my consciousness. I would recommend this book to anyone whos mind needs to be fed the truth, and can appreciate Altazar for his willingness to share it with us.This treasure will stay in my spiritual toolbox for a long time to come.

Love & Light,

Riki Frahmann ( )
  biunicorn | Mar 17, 2012 |
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