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John de Ruiter Podcast 207

John de Ruiter Podcast 207

Living as a Child of Your Heart

When: February 3, 2016 @ 11:00am
Using psychic and intuitive abilities has become what feels like a self-sustaining habit for this person. What does it take to be able to move into deeper levels?
“You are no longer, in your life, a student of your self. Instead, you live as a child of your heart, continuing to develop within, from where you left off when you were much younger.”
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Living as a Child of Your Heart

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