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27 Questions to make you sweat: A Workout Guide for Your Soul

Overview

Released
May 25, 2021
ISBN
9781948181778
Format
ePub
Category
Self Help

Book Details

Is your life ruled by fear, or is love the motor of your existence? Recognize your authentic self and decide who you want to be. These questions will confront you with ways of seing your life that you may have not fully considered. By sweating your way through them, you will see the emotions behind the beliefs that motivate your sense of self, your relationships, the way you handle money, your ability to make or refuse a connection to a purpose greater than yourself. But like a trip to the desert, by exploring a new, uncluttered terrain, they will sweat something out of you as you find your way towards the oasis.

Author Description

Gregg encourages important questioning that can lead to significant growth in the reader.Although he has spent decades on his own spiritual path to enlightenment, he still remains human in dais book, admitting that he too has plenty of room for development as we all do. Taking the first steps is the key, and this book enables you to start.Mr. Sulzer's honesty and humor throughout this book made me analyze my life with a smile on my face. I can't think of a better way to enter the world of self realization thanreading this brutally honest book. Thank you for letting us enter your unique perspectiveof self discovery and giving us the the tools to begin our journey.

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