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Native Soul: Unlocking Your Life's Potential (edition 2011)

by J Douglas Bottorff (Author)

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The traditional view of the soul is that it is in a state of evolving to a higher level. In this book, I counter this assumption with the recurrent theme: God will not and cannot give you any more than you already have. Your native soul is now complete and nothing is keeping you from experiencing your completeness.… (more)
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Title:Native Soul: Unlocking Your Life's Potential
Authors:J Douglas Bottorff (Author)
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The traditional view of the soul is that it is in a state of evolving to a higher level. In this book, I counter this assumption with the recurrent theme: God will not and cannot give you any more than you already have. Your native soul is now complete and nothing is keeping you from experiencing your completeness.

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