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E-motion Energy in Motion, Messages of the Body
Sue Ricks
ISBN: 978.1.906542.90.0
£9.99
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E-motions are what we all experience and this book contains the information on how emotions, life circumstances & situations can affect out body.

When we know what can be impacting on our physical health we can do something about it. This books give short and easily assessable detail and meaning on each part of the body. A metaphysical meaning that's simple to learn, use and understand.

Each body part or system has a clear meaning.

Written in alphabeical order for ease of access.

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