Discovering Your Soul’s Purpose


Discovering Your Soul’s Purpose
Finding Your Path in Life, Work, and Personal Mission the Edgar Cayce Way
By Mark Thurston, PhD

This new edition of Mark Thurston’s  Discovering Your Soul’s Purpose is a treasure. Using what he calls the four-step pattern, you’ll be led to unfold your soul’s purpose. Based on the work of Edgar Cayce, you’ll also be led through determining how to live this purpose once you discover it. And, of course, your purpose may or may not be reflected in the work you do.

Pointing out that our soul’s purpose has more to do with “being” than “doing,” it is most important for us to discover how we want to “be” in life. The process involved has stood the test of time since it was first introduced in the mid-1980s and used by thousands of people across the globe.

No matter your age – and Thurston works with a lot of college students – if you’re interested in knowing what your soul wants out of your life this book will help you get there. People in their 60s, 70s, and beyond have found the process helpful.

I could see it being used in a retreat setting or an ongoing group. Coaches will find the work invaluable both for themselves and for their clients. Parents would do well to gift their children with a copy.


About Author

Krysta Gibson is publisher of New Spirit Journal as well as an author, spiritual teacher, and mentor. Currently she is working with self-published authors to assist them in reaching a wide audience. For information on this mentoring program or to learn about her other services  and programs visit Listen to her the third Thursday of each month at 7 a.m. on the Conscious Talk radio program, KKNW 1150 AM, streaming live and archived at

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