Designed to complement and enrich her book Sacred Contracts, this audio workshop makes plain the divine origin and plan for our lives - and the deeper significance of our relationships, careers, and even apparently "random" life events. Join Caroline Myss for this heart- and spirit-expanding event as she explores:
Rich with possibilities for personal discovery and divine connection, the Sacred Contracts workshop will point the way along your own personal life path to its highest - and often surprising - meaning.
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"Caroline has done it again. With her brilliant writing style she is forging ahead to a new frontier of spirituality: awakening your full potential and revealing your contract with God." (Sylvia Browne, author of Life on the Other Side)
Insightful, educational and enlightening.
Delivered by the author, with her own inflections make it an even richer experience.
I've listened to it more than once (like most of Ms. Myss' books).
A very "different" kind of intuitive with a perspective that resonates with clarity, purpose and content. Thank you!
not focused, annoying voice, get "the untethered soul" by michael singer
could not listen to her or the story
not have her give it
disappointment, get "the untethered soul" by michael singer, you won't be disappointed
I felt she could've gotten to her points alot easier and quicker..Too much rambling
To much talking without good explanation..
The information is valuable. I recommend the book to anyone searching for answers about life.
Someone who does not sound arrogant and bossy. It was a constant exercise to put my annoyance at her demeanor aside.
I still recommend this book, just be warned of the grating performance. Some of my colleagues feel the same, others are fine with it.
Caroline bounced around a lot in her description of a sacred heart throughout the book. For someone that's trying to connect and understand the soul I found it very difficult to follow her erratic thought process.
I found this book very difficult to enjoy. Therefore I cannot describe a single thing I enjoyed or can reflect on.
Caroline could have stayed on topic...finished one topic then move on to the next.
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