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To be full of yourself is often meant as an insult, but if you're not full of yourself then what are you full of? Ever wish for a clear guide of what to do? This ground-breaking book is that guide, meeting you where you are, taking you to your next level, opening your heart to your life's calling.

In Finally Full of Yourself, Life Coach Maria Salomão-Schmidt talks straight about discovering how to:

  • Turn your stuck points into flow points
  • Access your own spiritual DNA
  • Shift out of suffering for you and those you love
  • Magnetize the answers you seek
  • Create a life of purpose, freedom and flow
  • Understand the feedback your life is giving you
  • Deal with energy vampires
  • Learn what your energy body is and how to use it
  • Live more fully present
  • Uncover why you bothered to get a body in the first place

Known as the Tsunami of Love, Maria Salomão-Schmidt has been an Oprah Show guest and worked with Jack Canfield's Chicken Soup of the Soul, Jane Goodall, and Mikhail Gorbachev. Her life's purpose is to provide powerful tools that cultivate peace from within, so you don't live in an empty state of without.

©2016 Maria Salomão-Schmidt (P)2017 Maria Salomão-Schmidt

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