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Discover the Gift: It's Why We're Here (New)
by Aziz, Shajen Joy
Publisher: Random House
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Book ID: 9780307887115, 0307887111
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Take the first steps toward your destiny and begin living the life you were meant to live today.
From brother and sister team Demian Lichtenstein and Shajen Joy Aziz comes an inspiring book that explores the basic but vital reality that we are each given a unique Gift, a purpose in our life that is always seeking to express itself. Find that Gift and you can experience joy, power, fulfillment, freedom and unconditional love in ways beyond your imagination.
Discover the Gift presents a simple roadmap to a journey of self-discovery that will, undoubtedly, change your life forever. Sharing their own heartfelt, personal stories of tragedy and redemption, Demian and Shajen introduce us to eight fundamental steps that will help you discover the gift within you -- and prepare you to share that gift with others. Along the way you will receive both direction and support from a wide range of the world's most influential transformational leaders, people from all walks of life who not only live their Gift every day, but who have made it their purpose to help you do the same. Among them: His Holiness the Dalai Lama; His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar; Mark Victor Hansen; Dr. Sonia Powers; Mary Manin Morrissey; Dr. Barbara De Angelis, Jack Canfield, and Michael Bernard Beckwith, to name just a few.
Inspiring as well as practical, Discover the Gift illuminates that place inside each of us where an extraordinary Gift awaits to come alive.
Your Destiny Awaits. Discover the Gift. It's Why You're Here.
W.W. Norton & Co. Inc.
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