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The Force

by Stuart Wilde

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This book is great, it's the basics of universal law. ( )
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Lecturer and author Stuart Wilde is considered one of the most dynamic personalities in the Human Potential Movement today. His audio program will enlighten and guide listeners to a better understanding of their spiritual goals and gifts.

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In this book, Stuart Wilde explains that the Force is a part of each and every thing in the physical plane. This includes our planet, the stars and galaxies, and the physical universe . . . as it stretches out into space, beyond our perception. By its very nature the Force is immortal and never-ending. Because it is the inner light or "livingness" within all things, we call it universal.… (more)

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Penguin Australia

2 editions of this book were published by Penguin Australia.

Editions: 1561701661, 1401906753

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