Soul Mates

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Everybody is looking for a soul mate, but finding and keeping one is not easy. This book will empower the reader in the successful search to find his or her own one true soul mate, whether it be a soul mate from a past life, a karmic mate, or a twin flame. Noted New Age author Terra Wolfe shows how to determine when a soul mate may be about to enter your life, how to go where a soul mate can be most easily found, and how to help the search using tools of divination such as astrology, tarot, numerology, and ...
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Overview

Everybody is looking for a soul mate, but finding and keeping one is not easy. This book will empower the reader in the successful search to find his or her own one true soul mate, whether it be a soul mate from a past life, a karmic mate, or a twin flame. Noted New Age author Terra Wolfe shows how to determine when a soul mate may be about to enter your life, how to go where a soul mate can be most easily found, and how to help the search using tools of divination such as astrology, tarot, numerology, and clairvoyance. She explores the inner phases of love, the natural phases of birth and rebirth.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780806521015
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 9/15/2000
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.37 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: "Does He Love Me?" Isn't the Question xi
Part 1 Soul Mates in Your Life 1
The Karma/Dharma Effect
What Is a Soul Mate?
The Karmic Connection
The Karmic Life-Mate
The Twin Flame
Your Own True Love
Part 2 Getting Into the Right Dance 17
It's an Age-Group Thing--How Relationships Change as We Grow
First Love, Early Teens
Teen Explorations: Love, Self-Image, and the Influence of Friends
The Early Twenties: Pressure to Form a Family, Tribal Influences
Saturn Returns: The Two Faces of the Thirties Crisis (Settle Down or Get a Divorce, Whatever You Haven't Done Yet)
Late Thirties: Let's Do Something Completely Different
Midlife Crisis
The Forties: Love With a Little Sense and a Few Distractions
Fifties Switch: Men Want to Marry, Women Are Feeling Independent
The Sixties: Not Yet Rewritten
Part 3 Finding Your Soul Mate 57
Releasing Attachments--Letting Love Come In
What to Really Look For
A Few Serious Don'ts
Some Thoughts About Need
Taking Responsibility for Your Choices
A Few Things to Consider
Visualizing and Manifesting
Where to Meet: Things That Work
Some Things Women Should Know About Men
Some Things Men Should Remember About Women
The Dance--Beginning to Connect
Keeping It Working--The Beginning
Beyond the Beginning--The Transition After the First Month
A Little Bit About Sexuality
Other People--Blending Family, Friends, and Work Relationships
Restructuring--Changes That Keep It Going
Sometimes It's Not Forever
Surviving a Breakup
Part 4 Soul Retrieval 125
Obsession Is Not Love
Healing
Moving On, Moving Up
The Wisdom to Know the Difference--Beginning Again With More Clarity
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