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A Maze of Grace: Claiming Your Twelve Powers

If you have been struggling to find both power and peace in your life, then A Maze of Grace: Claiming Your Twelve Powers by Dianne J. Moore Dianne has written a book for you.

Dianne weaves a unique collection of spiritual principles, positive psychology and true-life vignettes into a tapestry of twelve universal truths. Between the pages you will learn how to:

  • Unleash your twelve, extraordinary innate powers, such as joy, imagination, love, letting go, power, wisdom, strength, order, life, understanding, will, and faith.

  • Heal past hurts.

  • Choose courage over the role of victim.

  • Create your world by directing your thoughts.

  • Focus on your strengths and how to nurture them.

  • Improve physical, emotional, and spiritual health.

  • Develop love and oneness for yourself and all creation.

  • Draw both simple and abundant good into your life.

Moore courageously shares her experiences from her own healing journey. Some stories offer comfort and inspiration. Others are brutally honest about her own imperfections. These true-life vignettes show the light and the way to enhance your inner strengths to meet daily challenges.

The stories of personal crisis will make you laugh, and they will make you cry. As you work through adversity with the writer and yourself, you see numerous opportunities to shift your consciousness in a new direction and have a full and rewarding life. A Maze of Grace: Claiming Your Twelve Powers will help you turn A maze of limitation into a life of amazement.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 160 pages

  • Publisher: Amazing Press (October 2000)

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-10: 1880670054

  • ISBN-13: 978-1880670057

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.4 inches

  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces

$12.00 plus postage. Send author email (mail@diannejmoore.com or djmoorephx@gmail.com) to request copy. Or call Tel: 231-884-4791.



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