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Would you like to understand the deeper spiritual meaning and purpose of AIDS, cancer, and physical illness in general?
 
Your Soul’s Plan eChapters: Physical Illness contains the Preface, Introduction, Chapter 1: Pre-birth Planning, and Chapter 2: Physical Illness from Robert Schwartz’s best-selling spirituality book, Your Soul’s Plan: Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born. This special eChapter tells the true stories of a man who planned before he was born to experience AIDS and a woman who planned to have cancer, and it explains why they courageously chose to have these difficult experiences.
 
Before we are born, we ourselves plan great challenges in order to foster our own spiritual growth and the growth of the people we love. This inspirational, healing, and deeply thought-provoking eChapter speaks to our heartfelt desire to know: What is the spiritual meaning of physical illness? Why do illnesses occur? What can we learn, and how can we grow, as a result of them?
 
After sharing their personal stories, the two individuals in this eChapter have sessions with gifted mediums and channels in which Schwartz asks Spirit, “Was this illness planned before birth, and if so, why?” The great love and wisdom that come forth from “the other side” help us to understand the deeper spiritual purposes served by AIDS, cancer, and other physical illnesses.
 
If you or someone you love faces an illness, an awareness of pre-birth planning will empower you to transform any feelings of victimization, anger, sadness, or confusion into acceptance, understanding, and peace. Suffering that once seemed purposeless will become imbued with deep meaning.
 
The full edition of Your Soul’s Plan also explores the pre-birth planning of parenting handicapped children, deafness, blindness, drug addiction, alcoholism, the death of a loved one, and severe accidents. Individual Your Soul’s Plan eChapters are available under the following titles: Parenting Handicapped Children; Drug Addiction and Alcoholism; and Death of a Loved One.
 

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