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Gary R. Renard was born on the historic North Shore of Massachusetts, where he eventually became a professional guitar player. During the Harmonic Convergence of 1987, he heard a "calling" and began to take his life in a different direction.
In the early 1990s, Gary R. Renard underwent a powerful spiritual awakening. Today he is a private investor who writes, travels, and discusses metaphysical principles with other spiritual seekers.
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This book is soo much fun and presents powerful teachings. I love it. I think it's just as good as Gary's first book.Published 1 month ago by Christian Stanbury
I got what I ordered and it is a great book for those who feel that religion has let them downPublished 14 months ago by Jack Hubley
I'd recommend this book to anyone looking for peace in their life! I was drawn too ACIM and couldn't quit get into it but after reading this and Gary's prior book it feels right!Published 17 months ago by Barb
As this is Gary's second book in the series - he never disappoints with indepth information regarding his life and ACIM.
I highly recommend all three books.
I was so sad that I was coming to the end of "The Disappearance of the Universe", also by Gary Renard, that I bought this book before I finished... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Christin Petra Bux
if you are still looking for what's going on with your life,
you will find a new idea here.
if you buy that idea, I'll see you in there
Being a newcomer to Gary Renards work through personal recommendations from others this year, and this being the second book he wrote, I was thrilled to read it and was not... Read morePublished on Oct. 5 2011 by Lynne
This is a great read. Perfect follow up to The Disappearance of the Universe. It is humorous and at the same time full off great tachings. Read morePublished on Nov. 14 2006 by David