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Soulsongs, Volume 4: Exploring the Law of Attraction By Karen Money Williams
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In this fourth volume of 125 Soulsongs, author Karen Money Williams takes us deeper into the Law of Attraction and its implications. Various tips are offered to release resistance (the habit of... More > focusing on what we don't want and don't like) and to align with our joyful Inner Being. Further, as the titles of the individual Soulsongs reveal, many questions are answered: How do I lose weight? Is there a golden age coming? What about psychics? Am I in denial? Can I live forever? How can I protect myself from negative energy? What about mental illness? Should I fast and cleanse? Can suffering be good for me? Is the planet in peril? What about immigration? Why am I here? How can I help people who hurt? Karen draws on years of immersion in the Abraham-Hicks teachings to bring clear, concise answers to these questions and more.< Less
Ask an Aber: Answers to Real-Life Perplexing Problems By Karen Money Williams
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In this small book, Karen Money Williams shares fifteen questions that people have asked her over the years and the answers she has given based on her knowledge of the Abraham-Hicks perspective.... More > Questions include such topics as weight loss, having an affair with a married person, alcohol and drug usage, loss of a friendship, self-sacrifice, injustice, energy blockages, Feng Shui, others' negativity, croaking, dealing with a bi-polar family member, the Bible, sensitivity to earth conditions and more. Can you find the common denominator in the answers to these diverse questions?< Less
Funny Side Up: Humorous Essays By Karen Money Williams
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Karen Money Williams has been a newspaper humor columnist in Oregon and Florida. This is a collection of 87 of her most popular columns on a variety of topics that she knows well - everything from... More > dust bunnies to Dave Barry, perilous parenting to Internet fraud, NBA sports to bumper snickers, video games to house-hunting, weight gain to tree-huggers. You'll see yourself in Karen's satire, and you'll chuckle at the condition of the human condition< Less