The Sacred Contract of America

  • by Caroline Myss
  • Narrated by Caroline Myss
  • 4 hrs and 45 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Just as every individual possesses a "sacred contract" - an obligation to fulfill a divine destiny - so too does every nation hold an agreement made for the planet's highest good. So begins Caroline Myss in her inspirational call to action. In this provocative session, she sends you an invitation to reconnect with America's original vision of freedom and power, holding up a beacon that illuminates:
How your sacred contract is woven into that of your nation - and how to maintain both as a conscious citizen

The Bill of Rights as the seed of global self-esteem

The steps needed to rescue America from its shadow

The 12 major archetypes of America - including the Mystic, the Visionary, the Entrepreneur-Philanthropist, and the Rebel-Warrior - and the return of the historical figures who embodied them
From its inception, Caroline Myss explains, the United States has been a great spiritual experiment - an unprecedented evolutionary step forward for human civilization that is both magnificent in its promise and perilous in its dangers. With The Sacred Contract of America, this modern-day patriot offers you an impassioned guide to active participation in resurrecting your nation's highest potential.


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Customer Reviews

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America the Beautiful!

Myss, did it again! Brilliant book! America is an amazing country and was founded on hopes, dreams and passionate ideals. Caroline describes us very well both in the light and shadow. She's right, America needs love and healing and to get back to the basic fundamentals of what made us unique. Fabulous and inspirational. Anyone can benefit from listening to this book.
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- jbay99

Much needed wisdom!

Just had the 2016 election and I so needed this reorientation in my thoughts about our country....ready to do the task of falling in love with our country again and take action from that place <3
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- LPacheco

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-25-2008
  • Publisher: Sounds True