Messages From Metatron A Course in Self Transformation

Messages From Metatron  A Course in Self Transformation

Author: Nina Bingham

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 171007132X

Page: 300

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If you liked, "A Course In Miracles" you will love, "Messages From Metatron: A Course In Self-Transformation." Readers are calling it "captivating" and "astounding." This channeled masterpiece offers 30 messages from the highest Archangel, Metatron. It includes a Study Guide with questions and exercises for individuals or groups. Devi Nina Bingham has compiled an extraordinary program for self-transformation, assisting men and women in discovering their purpose, or "Life Chart." In a series of irresistible dialogues, "Messages From Metatron" stretches the limits of what is known about the cosmos to the breaking point. An absorbing read that will convince you of the reality of angels! AN INTRODUCTION TO MESSAGES FROM METATRON: Messages From Metatron is a curriculum for those seeking to achieve spiritual transformation. The underlying themes are that humanity is one, and you are an indispensable part of the Cosmic design. It consists of a text and a workbook for students and is created for individual or group use. It is a three-book curriculum teaching a non-denominational and universal spirituality. The language of the course is Christian in nature, yet includes channeled information on such fascinating and thought-provoking metaphysical subjects as: Mother God, Spirit Guides and Angels, Enlightenment, Transgender and Same-Sex, Soulmates, Karma, Intuition & ESP, The Multiverse, Parallel Universes and Holographic you, The Oversoul, The Akashic Record and The Future. The Workbook for Students includes 30 lessons that allow you to apply the messages to your life. Study a lesson per day to work through the Course in 1 month's time! Or, absorb a lesson anytime you need to be reminded of these uplifting messages of love and peace.

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