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Jul 16, 2015 12:29 EST

Prayers of a Virgin: a motivational prayer book, as well as an astrological guidebook/calendar, specific to your birth date

iCrowdNewswire - Jul 16, 2015

Prayers of a Virgin

 

Attention Reader: I am currently conducting a survey to find out what are people’s most pressing challenges around conscious co-creation and also to get feedback for my book so I can create a better product, more capable of serving my audience. If you take the survey now, you’ll get a free copy of my e-book Afraid of Our Own Shadow: A Manifesto and Guide to Conscious Co-Creation.

Summary

Inspired by the death of my mother, Prayers of a Virgin: 52 Weeks of Poetic Inspiration and Personal Planetary Guidance with the Destiny Cards is both a motivational prayer book, as well as an astrological guidebook/calendar, specific to your birth date. This book will be accompanied by a .PDF formatted, 52 Week Report that reveals your personal daily life cycles using an ancient astrological system hidden in the ordinary deck of playing cards! This fascinating system that has been preserved throughout the ages by the Order of the Magi, is based on a mathematical formula that is NOT founded on divination alone like the more familiar tarot cards. With your accompanying report, you will be able to record your daily influences in the book and use it as a planning guide to make better choices.

Eric Pearl, healer and author of The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself mentions the importance of having triggers in our lives to help us grow. Triggers are topics that bring up strong emotion. I like to use “trigger” words in my book titles that may bring up predetermined ideas in people’s mind in order for us to address them collectively.

“If you get down and you quarrel everyday, you’re saying prayers to the devils I say.” -Bob Marley

While the word virgin brings up different things for different people, I define virginity as a person who is owning unto themselves and not claimed by anyone. To me, true virginity has less to do with purity based on sex and more to do with ownership. We are all “claimed” by certain things whether they be good or bad (a nation, a person or a philosophy), and yet we are also “virgins” in other areas as well.

What we put our focus on is our prayer, and when we are “unclaimed and focused” in any area that is real power. This book will inspire you to reclaim aspects of yourself, and address the importance of the prayers of all virgins to create a vision for tomorrow…today.

Contact Information:

DeBorah Bellony

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