Soul Lessons and Soul Purpose by Sonia Choquette
A Channeled Guide to Why You Are Here

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Soul Lessons and Soul Purpose is a book channeled by Sonia Choquette’s spirit teacher guides, The Three Bishops, as well as Joachim and the Emissaries of the Third Ray. These highly evolved and loving guides work specifically to bring about understanding, direction, and support to all souls so that we may learn to become the creative masters of the life that we’re intended to have on Earth. The guides state that Earth is “soul school,” and that we’re here to master 22 basic soul lessons in order to fulfill our purpose. Each lesson is laid out in such a way that anyone—on any level—will be ready to follow the instructions. The guides make it very clear in this book that the timing to learn our soul lessons, open our hearts, and raise our vibration on the Earth plane is now. Negative occurrences will worsen if our energy doesn’t shift and elevate to a more loving plane. We have no time to waste!
 

About Sonia Choquette

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Sonia Choquette is a world-renowned intuitive and spiritual teacher who specializes in helping us recognize that we’re all endowed with a sixth sense that we can count on. A masterful teacher committed to strengthening intuition in our daily lives, she’s the bestselling author of seven books and numerous audio editions, such as Trust Your Vibes, HC edition, ISBN: 1401902324, with sales of 9,000 copies; Diary of a Psychic, ISBN: 1401901921; sales 20,000; and Your Heart’s Desire, 90,000 sold, ISBN: 0609800116.   Sonia was educated at the University of Denver and at the Sorbonne in Paris, and holds a Ph.D. in metaphysics.
 
Published May 1, 2008 by Hay House. 257 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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