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Publisher's Summary

Garnet Schulhauser, a retired corporate lawyer, had an experience that changed his life. His Spirit Guide appeared in the disguise of a homeless man, and revealed answers to "the big questions". This book describes that experience and reveals universal wisdom that will both delight and amaze New Thought readers.

The spirit guide (Albert is his name) revealed information that is antithetical to everything that Christian holy men have preached for thousands of years and provides refreshing new insights into the journey of the soul.

Some topics covered:

  • Life Plans and Free Will
  • Overcoming Evil
  • Sex Taboos
  • Karma
  • The Illusion of Time
  • The Law of Attraction

©2012 Garnet Schulhauser (P)2014 Garnet Schulhauser

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Overall good

Liked it overall but got a little boring when he got into all the catholic information.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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This is a Basic Primer.

I would suggest this book if you are just starting your journey in discovering the meaning of life. It just touches on concepts as though the author has just had his own initial consciousness expansion. If you have already read the "Conversations With God" series, this will be too simplistic.

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A story that answers many eternal questions.

Would you listen to Dancing on a Stamp again? Why?

Yes. To remind myself of the truths of the spirit side and of my life on this side of it.

What about L. J. Summers’s performance did you like?

His voice has a soothing tone and his reading felt quite personal to me.<br/>

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes and I did.

Any additional comments?

Garnet does a wonderful job sharing the truths, given to him by Albert, about God and the spirit side. This story resonated almost exactly with what I learned in my near-death experience. Thank you to Garnet for agreeing to write it.

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Great story!

What did you love best about Dancing on a Stamp?

I found this man's recount of his discussions with his spirit guide, shown to him in the form of a homeless man fascinating. The only chapters I didn't like is the bible's archaic view of sex. I get it already! Let's move on. Otherwise, a great book that I would recommend.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Dancing on a Stamp?

Law of attraction - how it is far too simplistic to explain how things work in this world. Finally, affirmation of what I thought all along.

What about L. J. Summers’s performance did you like?

Great!

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes!

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  • MOJOE
  • 06-22-17

VERY THOUGHT PROVOKING

I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK FOR ANYONE STRUGGLING WITH LIFE AS IT IS , LISTEN AND BE AWARE OF THE WRITERS MESSAGE