Science of Prayer - Richard S. Rominger, Ph.D.

Science of Prayer

By Richard S. Rominger, Ph.D.

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-02-01
  • Book Genre: Self-Improvement
  • Author: Richard S. Rominger, Ph.D.
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• Your true essence survives the physical death of your body
• Your soul is the true essence of who you are; not your body
• In all likelihood, you have lived before in a much different body
• All souls originated from the same God-sourced energy
• As humans living on Earth, we are “ONE” big, soul family

This book combines science and spirituality in a unique way. It contains carefully documented descriptions by a trained research scientist of visions, which I received as a result of prayers and requests for information. Science of Prayer validates the usefulness of walking a path of spiritual wholeness. The author describes his search for answers to help explain his experiences. This journey takes us through the study of consciousness, psychic development classes, training in an energy healing modality, and much more. It describes what the author did, and suggests exercises to help put you in the best possible position to receive the guidance that you are given.

Richard Rominger

"This remarkable story gives us all a glimpse into what is possible when you allow your six sensory abilities to open up to Spirit."
—Sonia Choquette, New York Times bestselling author

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