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Can we ever find real happiness? Combining eastern philosophy and western psychology, Chuck Hillig points the way to true happiness for those who have struggled to find peace of mind. Whether his profound words act as a gentle reminder or loud alarm clock, they will lovingly direct you to the only person who holds your truth: YOU!

Of the thousands of books in the modern spiritual marketplace, few state their message both simply and profoundly. Seeds for the Soul presents a readable and compelling worldview that speaks directly to the reader's mind, heart, and soul. Like a good friend cutting through the confusion, Chuck Hillig takes you by the hand and leads you to where you can look reality squarely in the face. His words will quietly reverberate in the very depths of your consciousness. Seeds for the Soul is a unique and fascinating gift to the reader that invites you to revisit its enlightening wisdom again and again to discover its multi-layered treasures.

©2007 Chuck Hillig (P)2009 Wetware Media

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very intersecting views.

loved it, listened three Times. Well listen again. each time I understand more or something new. with the listen

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What are you talking about?

Struggled to finish it. Only did it cause I paid for it. Felt like it was someone just rambling on about everything and anything. Had very few enlightening messages.

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  • 01-05-17

Great book

I think it's a great outlook and view of how he views the world and us. I especially liked the row row row your boat analogy. His perspective of thought had me a bit confused at some points but I'm sure with a few more listens I will get a better understanding.

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