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Walking in the Footsteps of the Masters





Author:Ronit Gabay

13-Digit ISBN: 978-1-941049-22-8

Specs: 6" x 9" Perfect Bound; 190 Pages

Publication Date: August 5, 2014

Retail Price: $19.95

Walking in the Footsteps of the Masters is a transformational journey of looking inward to discover your inner truth. Ronit Gabay’s in-depth research identified the process of “self” discovery as it was demonstrated through the pivotal moments in the lives of the Masters: Buddha, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad.

The Masters illustrate how to seek inner truth and how to overcome obstacles that keep us away from living it. By identifying with the Masters’ experiences and asking similar questions, you will find how to seek your inner truth and to live an authentic life centered around that truth.

Author Profile

Ronit Gabay started her spiritual quest back in her birth-land Israel when she graduated cum laude from the David Yellin Academic College of Education in Jerusalem in Bible Studies and History in 1993. In addition, she received an award for her proficiency in the Bible. Her true passion for spirituality was initiated through the process of questioning Judaism, especially in regards to breaking social boundaries. In 2005, Ronit announced her liberation from Judaism and immersed herself in the study of world religions, seeking spiritual meaning beyond religion that would align with her inner truth of oneness.

Today Ronit lives an integrative life in California that is consciously aligned with her spiritual essence, free to be undefined and unlimited.

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