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Gabrielle Bernstein is an American motivational speaker, life coach, and author. Bernstein teaches primarily from the text A Course In Miracles. She teaches a practical application of the Course's principles emphasizing self-love, forgiveness, and a holistic approach to spirituality. In 2009, Bernstein was featured in The New York Times as a "guru" for the next generation.
In 2008, she founded HerFuture.com, a social networking and mentoring website for women. Bernstein has written four books, and Bernstein has also worked as a public relations entrepreneur and founded the PR firm SparkPlug Communications as well as co-founding the Women’s Entrepreneurial Network, a non-profit professional organization that connects female entrepreneurs.
- Add More ~ing To Your Life: A Hip Guide To Happiness (2010)
- Medidating: Meditations for Fearless Romance (2011)
- Spirit Junkie: A Radical Road to Discovering Self-Love and Miracles (2011)
- May Cause Miracles: A 6-Week Kick-Start to Unlimited Happiness (2013)
- The Universe Has Your Back: Transform Fear to Faith (2016)
- Judgment detox: Release the Beliefs that Hold you Back from Living a Better Life (2018)
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