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The Living Soul: Removing Entities

The Living Soul: Removing Entities (Paperback)

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Bestselling Author Mitchell Earl Gibson presents a new edition of his bestselling book. The Living Soul is the original unedited version of the bestselling book, Your Immortal Body of Light. This version of the book contains additional scenes and chapters that are not included in Your Immortal Body of Light. Based on a true story, The Living Soul chronicles the story of Dr. Mitchell Gibson, a resident medical doctor nearing the end of his medical training, who encounters a mysterious being from another dimension. The story follows Gibson's attempts to come to grips with the beings unpredictable appearances and the disruptions that it causes in his personal and professional life. Initially, the author denies the reality of the experience, but later begins as a personal examination of the nature of reality, spirituality, and a world beyond our own. Throughout the course of the work, Gibson adds his own priceless wit, insights, and considerable medical expertise into our understanding of a genuine supernatural experience. This book is destined to become a classic. Mitchell Earl Gibson is the bestselling author of Your Immortal Body of Light, Signs of Mental Illness, and The Miracle Prayer. His books have been listed on numerous national and international bestseller lists for years. Dr. Gibson is board certified in psychiatry and neurology. He lives in Summerfield North Carolina with his wife Kathy and two children.

BiographyBiography: generalHealth & WellbeingMind, Body & SpiritMind, body, spirit: meditation & visualisation Publisher: CreateSpace Publication Date: 01/11/2009 ISBN-13: 9781442107892  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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