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Have you ever wondered why it is that one person can grow up with every conceivable advantage, and yet seem incapable of mastering even the simplest things in life, or why we seem to repeat destructive behaviors over and over again?
Spiritual Psychology explains this and much more from a higher perspective of the human spirit. We think of ourselves as humans looking for a spiritual awakening when in fact we are spirits attempting to cope with a human awakening. This book will help you re-member the plans you made for yourself before you were born!
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Terrific for Beginners to Spiritual Concepts Sep 1, 2008
I have read all of Steve Rother's books. This book is a basic reader for beginners to spiritual concepts, but it is interesting for more enlightened readers as well. Steve Rother channels about complex spiritual ideas, but the choice of words is such that the concepts are easily understood by everyone. I have been on a spiritual path for many years, and I think this book is top notch. The tone of the book is opimistic and provides useful ideas and suggestions to heighten spirit awareness. I have given this to others who felt the same way. Although the editor should have done a little better job to eliminate some typos in the book, I still had to give a rating of five stars for the content.
Clear, useful information Jun 26, 2008
A wonderful resource for anyone trying to understand the lessons they came here to learn. -Robert Schwartz, author of Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?
MUST READ!! May 27, 2008
I absolutely LOVE this book. It makes sense and explains so much of what is "beneath the surface". To read and understand how we make our contracts, our decisions, and choose our life lessons gives us the benefit of divine perspective that we may otherwise not be able to understand. When I read about my own life lesson it resonated on a level that I can not even explain in words. Suddenly everything made sense. I had read another of Steve's books and picked up Spiritual Psychology a few years ago. I was anxious to read it, but everytime I could only get into about 10-15 pages and then I would stop. About two months later, I picked it up again, this time hoping to fall asleep reading. Instead of going to sleep I ended up reading the entire book cover to cover. I have never gotten so caught up in a book that I've spent 7 hours straight reading it. All I can say is WOW!!! If you're looking for a perspective of why you're here, why you've chosen the people in your life and how you can work through your lessons - this is the book for you!!!
Spiritual Psychology:The Twelve Primary Life Lessons Sep 23, 2007
When Steve Rother writes a book it is clear in its meaning even if you have never read his books, if you pick one up you will want to read more. This one is so clear why people are all learning life lessons and gives you an understanding how people react in all aspects of their lives. It explains why people are who they are, and their reactions at different times. I now can have more compassion for the reactions of all people because it makes more sense why they follow a certain path, we are all mastering or trying to master our life lessons. Please read this book for it opens a whole new world for you. Excellent.
Ascension May 17, 2007
If you are reading this book and others like it, you have been a seeker of truth for a long time. It is the third in line from the authors "Re-Membering and "Welcome Home" and should be read in that order. Everyone should be able to recognize themselves on one or more of the outlined "paths". Because we are the planet of free choice, we may also have blind spots as to what our path is. Excellent insight and worth sharing with family and friends.