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Utilizing the wisdom of the ages, “In Resonance” was written as a timeless manual for both personal self empowerment and self mastery. “In Resonance”, is filled with inspirational information of both experiential research and channelled guidance from Jasmuheen and the Ascended Ones.
The predominant focus of this book is on bridging the worlds of science and religion, the realms of the physical and etheric, plus the cultures of the east and west.
“In Resonance” offers practical tools utilizing simple and also more complex meditations, specific programming techniques for tuning, mind mastery for reality creation and creating a purposeful and passionate existence.
It addresses issues from meditation to telepathy and Universal Laws plus the existence of the Brotherhoods of Light.
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