Spiritual Principles --With A Twist

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"I Don't Want to be Your Guru, But I Have Something to Say" is a spiritual Â?how-toÂ? neatly wrapped as a fictional story. Compelling and reader-friendly look at ways to make the heroic journey of living saner and doable.

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 11, 2005

This book gets to the point. And, it doesn’t take a long time or formal lingo to do it.

“I do not read for enjoyment, I read for meaning and this book has more meaning than volumes.”

John S. Jester, JD, MD, PhD and Academic Dean, Yamuni Institute of Healing Arts

This book offers the foundation of a lifetime of real experiences and applications that readers can use immediately.

“...manages to deliver the messages of a dozen best-selling, self-help books in one small package.”

Paul Von Ward, cosmologist and author of Our Solarian Legacy

This book invites readers, at all levels, to consider every-day practical ways to manage their lives from a self-empowerment rather than victim mode.

“...is capable of doing what some of the best known authors have not been able to do — reach the masses.”

Rev. Mitchell Trupia

Joyce Shafer is a writer, numerologist, and Life Empowerment Coach. Published works include topics on numerology, numerical patterns in the universe, and metascience in the real world. She has presented workshops, done radio programs, and has been a guest speaker at various events around the U.S.

A preview chapter and reviews can be found at http://www.lulu.com/content/127175. Books are available at the Lulu site; Amazon, Borders, Barnes & Noble online sites; and can be ordered at your local bookstore.


Joyce Shafer

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