Your Soul's Plan : Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born, Paperback

Your Soul's Plan : Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born Paperback

3.5 out of 5 (7 ratings)

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 344 pages
  • Publisher: Frog Ltd
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  • Category: Thought & practice
  • ISBN: 9781583942727

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This book is a detailed exploration of pre-birth planning that your spirit. According to the book you have planned to challenge yourself to achieve goals. I reccoment this book to anyone who is interested in spritlatilty and enjoys reading "New Age" type books.

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4

Previous this book was titled and published as: "Courages Souls: Do we plan our life challenges before birth?" Book falls under self help and new age. For me, I like to explore other explanations to life, this book like Sylvia Browne's, it address the fact, that our soul, is predestined, we choose our path in life before we are born, it goes in to small stories and the life experience of others to show documentation of what is going on around us. This is documenting the stories and giving us something else to thing about.

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This book is for those who believe - or are interested in learning more about - pre-birth planning. Author Robert Schwartz writes that the soul plans life's challenges/opportunities/lessons prior to birth. Not only that, the soul plans these major life events in conjunction with other souls, that will each play a role in life on earth with us - brothers, sisters, parents, partners, soul mates etc.We've all heard the phrase 'soul mates' and 'old soul'. Similarly, we've all had the experience of meeting someone for the first time and feeling like you've met them before, or suddenly just click.The book covers several themes such as: illnesses, children with disabilities, loss of a loved one and more. The author elaborates on each theme by including case studies which involve psychic readings from several practitioners.The book certainly raises many topics for debate and further exploration, and plenty of material for deep and meaningful discussions.Regardless of whether you are a 'believer' in pre-birth planning or not, I found Your Soul's Plan a spiritually enlightening read. If we could all approach life in this manner, with so much love and compassion, the world would certainly be a better place.

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When I saw this book in the Giveaway, I wanted to read it as it sounded interesting, I'm a firm believer in fate, so started this book with quite a lot of skepticism, could our lives really be planned before we were born? That's what I intended to find out.This book tells the stories of 10 people in different life situations they face, addiction, illness and death being some of the stories, disappointingly, the stories are only a few pages long with the rest of the chapters (around 20 pages) devoted to mediums and why they think the peoples life was already planned. It hasn't changed my opinion on life matter, I'm still a firm believer in fate.That said, I thought the book was really well written and the author clearly feels passionate about the subject. All in all, not a book for me but if your interested in this thing then this is the book for you.

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This book is definitely not for the science-based, logical, rational person. I found the subtitle misleading: "Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born" implies to me that this book will give you the tools to discover the real meaning of the life you planned before you were born. It does not.There may be some helpful things for people to take away form this book. But the disturbing parts overwhelmed me to the point that I could not enjoy it. Basically, the premise is that everything that happens to you happens for a reason, AND that YOU planned this before you were born. Further, since your life plan was determined but NOT predetermined, the author is quick to note, since you have choices, except if you don't do what you planned when it is presented to you, then "circumstances" will continue to bring you the opportunity to experience it until you do, so I'm unclear where the free will is.... So the sum up of each story is that we shouldn't judge people's paths because they CHOSE this path. Which is nice, until you start thinking about it with any depth. So that five year old African girl who is raped by 40 year old men in her tribe because they believe having sex with a virgin will cure them of AIDS? Don't worry! She CHOSE that! Victims of domestic violence who are killed by their husbands/boyfriends after they leave? Don't worry! She CHOSE that! All the Jews killed during the Holocaust? Don't worry! They CHOSE that!Following the "logic" of Your Soul's Plan disturbs me way too much to be able to recommend this book.

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