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Publisher and editor Dr. David Goldberg is joined by reader favorite and monthly affirmations author Eugene Holden, RScP, for a look into the expanded February 2019 issue. It’s our fourth annual “Sacred Travel” section to Spain, Jamaica, Latin America, Mexico, the United States and more.

Look for these compelling features and highlights:

  • Four young men of color wrote the cover story: Jeffon Seely, Ari Glass, Jamil Suleman and Aaron Jacob take you on a months-long journey across the U.S., Canada and Mexico called “The Graffiti Village Tour.” With photography by Aaron Jacob, this is a special piece paired with our annual “Sacred Travel” section.
  • The February 2019 “Daily Guides” by Eugene Holden, RScP
  • Our sixth “Next Gen” feature by Julie Mierau showcases the amazing “Rev. Kev,” Kevin Kitrell Ross from Unity of Sacramento
  • “Hardcore Metaphysics, Part II” from new voice, Rev. Gaylon McDowell
  • Swati Singh explores “Forgiveness and Relationships” just in time for Valentine’s Day
  • Our recovery series by Rev. Carol Wilke kicks off with a vulnerable piece, “Addiction: My Story”
  • “One Verse, Many Voices” looks at Science of Mind principles through the lens of New Thought leaders Rev. Temple Hayes, Dr. Walter Drew and Rev. Dr. Jesse Jennings.
  • Publication founder Dr. Ernest Holmes embraces “The Whole Human Family”
  • Andrew Harvey asks the poignant question, “What breaks your heart?” in a feature by Barbara Doern Drew and Walter Drew
  • Join the conversation on Facebook as we draw ever closer to reaching a half a million Friends!
  • Featured image by Sunshine Seeds for Shutterstock.com

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Dr. David Goldberg and reader favorite Eugene Holden take you into the expanded 136-page special issue. Pick up your copy today and enjoy our annual sacred travel section.

Posted by Science of Mind magazine on Wednesday, February 6, 2019

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