Awakening Consciousness: A Boy's Guide! is a workbook designed to encourage inner-strength and growth that will encourage self-security. This action-packed guide is chock full of fun hands-on activities for all ages that will motivate and enhance a path of self-awareness, including:
Making your own drum
ChakraCizing your body and spirit
Finding your totem
Practicing the pendulum
Discovering your spirit guide
Learning how to keep a strong aura
Parents and Educators Rave About Awakening Consciousness
"Robin Marvel has done it again! This time she has created a book specifically for young boys to attain self-esteem and confidence in their lives. The exercises are experiential, taking the young boy to a higher state of consciousness while having fun." --Irene Watson, author The Sitting Swing: Finding Wisdom to Know the Difference
"With Awakening Consciousness: A Boy's Guide workbook, boys will have a wonderful time exploring their spiritual side. In fact, I believe adults would enjoy it too!" --Kelly Wallace, professional psychic counselor, author, 10 Minutes a Day to a Powerful New Life!
"Robin Marvel has turned out a fun book that will increase the self-esteem of boys and remind them of their inherent, spiritual nature." --Kenneth MacLean, author The Vibrational Universe
"Awakening Consciousness encourages and guides the reader through fun exercises designed to get at the heart of spirituality and the practical application of that knowledge in their lives. Change does indeed begin from the bottom up!" --R. Daniel Noyes, author The Seven Doors
From Marvelous Spirit Press
Body, Mind & Spirit : Metaphysical Phenomena - Chakras Body, Mind & Spirit : Parapsychology - ESP (Clairvoyance, Precognition, Telepathy) Juvenile Nonfiction : Boys & Men
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