Daily Oracle Seek answers from your higher self

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Author: Jerico Mandybur

Format: Hardback

Number of Pages: 736


HOW TO USE THE DAILY ORACLE Breathe deeply for three counts, holding the closed book next to your heart. Quiet your mind and focus on your question. See the question in your mind's eye or say it aloud. Run a finger along all the page edges and when you feel called, stop and open the book in that place. This is your higher self's answer to you. Trust what you've read and consider how it related to your question and your energy right now. With deep wisdom, cosmic insight and a wicked sense of humour, this magical advice-giver offers its readers refreshing insight and guidance on how to navigate all and any of life's curveballs - from everyday decisions to sticky spots to real-deal challenges. Questioning everything is a spiritual act. There's nothing wrong with failing. You should try it! Would you rather avoid mistakes, or collect regrets? Stop. Worrying. So. Much. Comparison is a tricky bitch.
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Type: Hardback
SKU: 9781784882730
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Author: Jerico Mandybur

Format: Hardback

Number of Pages: 736


HOW TO USE THE DAILY ORACLE Breathe deeply for three counts, holding the closed book next to your heart. Quiet your mind and focus on your question. See the question in your mind's eye or say it aloud. Run a finger along all the page edges and when you feel called, stop and open the book in that place. This is your higher self's answer to you. Trust what you've read and consider how it related to your question and your energy right now. With deep wisdom, cosmic insight and a wicked sense of humour, this magical advice-giver offers its readers refreshing insight and guidance on how to navigate all and any of life's curveballs - from everyday decisions to sticky spots to real-deal challenges. Questioning everything is a spiritual act. There's nothing wrong with failing. You should try it! Would you rather avoid mistakes, or collect regrets? Stop. Worrying. So. Much. Comparison is a tricky bitch.
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