The 13th Step by Michael R Basso Ph.D
The Secret of Becoming a Coworker with the Higher Power of GOD

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This little book is comprised of three parts. In part one the thirteen steps of spiritual wellbeing are introduced as a guide rather than a book of inflexible rules. These guiding steps were designed to help us to align our own lower physical selves with our higher emotional, cognitive, social and spiritual selves, in concert with a higher power much greater than us. Parts two and three are in workbook format. Part two consists of a planning and implementing journal designed to help us improve our creations. Part three consists of a series of contemplations designed to remove some of our limitations in becoming a co-worker with the higher power. Note that this book may be used as a stand alone book or as a companion to the book, Spiritual Medicine: A guide for clinicians, educators and researchers, by the same author

About Michael R Basso Ph.D

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Dr. Michael Basso has significant experience as a college level educator in psychology at Yale University and the University of Connecticut. His experience also includes being a consultant, researcher, newspaper columnist, engineer and organizational leader. Michael is the president of the CT Holistic Health Association.As a lifelong learner and educator, Michael holds four advanced degrees and a variety of professional certifications.Dr. Basso has a Ph.D. in professional psychology and biomedical systems, an MS in engineering science, an MBA with a focus on international executive leadership and an advanced interdisciplinary professional development diploma (PD) in pathophysiology, neural systems, and education. He also holds a BS in electrical engineering as part of his relevant undergraduate education. Michael is also certified in a variety of quality systems and health related areas.Michael has made a rigorous study of religion, metaphysical systems and philosophy, and has published several articles for the Yale Journal for the Humanities in Medicine.
Published May 6, 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 160 pages
Genres: Self Help, Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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