7 Tenets of Spiritism – Now Available in Audio Book Format

The book,” 7 Tenets of Spiritism – How They Impact Your Daily Life” is now available in audio book format. Click here to order the book.

7 Tenets of Spiritism – How They Impact Your Daily Life

What are the seven tenets? They are the essential fluid and air in which we swim, walk and run in our daily lives. The seven tenets explain why your life is the way it is and how by realizing the Divine Force that surrounds us is a force for love, you can surmount any obstacle and withstand any ill wind.

Not only survive but prosper.  For that is why we are here on earth. To learn, to improve, and to gain experiences. To place in the bottom of your heart that love, understanding, caring and serving are the tools we should use to solve every situation.

Sounds easy but in practice it’s difficult. Everyday life swirls constantly around us, as if we live in an eye of a hurricane, and every misstep buffets our emotions. Life is a constant hardship for many.  We need to rise above the terrain and visualize the road ahead. From the ground it looks rough and rocky, but from on-high the path appears smooth and the destination closer.

I explore each of the seven tenets and how they have personally affected me and those around me. How they will alter your view of your life and change your outlook and priorities. Giving yourself the seven tenets could be the best present of your life.

The 7 Tenets of Spiritism:

  1. We are Immortal Souls
  2. God and Jesus Love Us
  3. We have Multiple Lives
  4. During our Lives We Pay for Past Debts and Accumulate New Experiences
  5. We Live and Learn in Close Family Groups
  6. Our Destiny is Mostly Predetermined
  7. We are Assisted in our Lives by Unseen Spirit Forces

Click here to order the book.

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