Discover the Mystical Pairings Ready to Empower Your Life
Each one of us comes into the world as a custodian of soul-level partnerships—mystical agreements we enter into for the fulfillment of our divine destinies. Join Caroline Myss and Andrew Harvey on The Soulmate Contract to discover and honor the bonds you have made to support your spiritual growth and the offering of your unique gifts.
In 14 provocative sessions, Myss and Harvey present a sweeping vision of the soulmate contract in its many manifestations, revealing why this phenomenon has taken on unprecedented importance today—and what you can do about it.
Addressing Our Longing for Divine Intimacy
At the heart of the soulmate contract burns the universal desire for connection with that which is sacred and true. When we choose consciously to embark upon this journey, the companions to our soul will begin to reveal themselves and share the critical wisdom they hold for us. From soulmate contracts with human friends (or foes) to contracts with angels, realized beings, the natural world, and more, Myss and Harvey unveil the surprising pairings that may be waiting to spark your spiritual development and personal evolution.
"When it comes to soulmates, rest assured, we find each other when the time is right," teaches Caroline Myss. The Soulmate Contract offers you more than seven hours of perception-expanding insights and empowering guidance for the path ahead.
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Definitely not one of Caroline's best books
The book bounces back and forth from Caroline to Andrew. They each have a unique and distinct voice that didn't compliment each other. Andrew's tone is forceful and unappealing. There wasn't a lot of flow with the topics and I felt like a ping pong ball listening to it listening to it.
I usually love her books, but this one is my least favorite. They both talk at what sounds like a "high level". However, to me, it just didn't make much sense. I feel they need to use language and speak to the general public/audience and they clearly didn't consider that when writing or recording the books.
irritation, annoyance, disappointment
Most eloquently delivered
- Anique SESINK CLEE