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Faith Trust Love Read By Melanie Lutz Vanessa By The Sea (10 of 40)

Robert Frost’s the road not taken gives way to the Trust Faith and Love echoing off the Pacific ocean tides relentless motion entering the freedom of its whispers diving head first into the waves of surrender… 41 more words

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Webs That We Weave read by Melanie Lutz from Vanessa by the Sea (9 of 40)

The interconnecting webs of destiny between this world and the other as I come to terms with the vision of the world filled with Love I am choosing to entertain. 40 more words

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Vanessa Can Help You Melanie Lutz Reads From Vanessa By The Sea (8 of 40)

The Universe conspires to reinforce the healing nature and faith in my work with Vanessa Bland.

No matter what the question love always remains the answer. 30 more words

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An Endless Move Over The Ocean read by Melanie Lutz from Vanessa By The Sea Reading (7 of 40)

The Ocean as the Unconscious developing the relationship with the massive Pacific ocean.

No matter what the question love always remains the answer. Vanessa by the Sea: A Client. 24 more words

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Christmas Eve A Course in Miracles Mel Reads Vanessa by the Sea 6 of 40

Christmas Eve A Course in Miracles Melanie Lutz Reads Vanessa by the Sea.  (In that magical way of the universe, A Course in Miracles appeared and brought with it a profound opening to the miracle of prayer.) 47 more words

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Boundaries Mel Reads Vanessa by the Sea 5 of 40

Melanie Lutz reads an excerpt from the Boundaries chapter from Vanessa by the Sea (Mel discovers the vast limitless possibility of the unconscious.

No matter what the question love always remains the answer. 27 more words

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Mel Reads from Vanessa by the Sea - (4 of 40) The Road by the Ocean

Read 4 of 40- The Road By the Ocean (Mel acknowledges the Ocean as ‘Accountabillabuddy’ in the process of understanding unconscious patterning)

Excerpt —

The last quote Herman Melville uses in Moby Dick is “And I only escaped alone to tell thee.” from Job — before he writes “The drama’s done. 215 more words

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