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Free Spirit; Resources for Personal and Social Transformation (Directory)

Free Spirit; Resources for Personal and Social Transformation (Directory)

Quarterly networking publication of New Age topics and information, primarily for the New York metropolitan area. Similar networking periodicals serve most major urban areas in North America. Free Spirit covered the arts, business services, children and childbirth, events and gatherings, healing and bodywork, intuitive arts and sciences, movement, martial arts and yoga, natural foods and nutrition, schools, certification and degrees, spiritual practices, social change, therapy and counseling, tools of life, and women's concerns. It included "Yellow Pages of Consciousness," addresses of organizations, and a comprehensive calendar of events. Free Spirit was distributed free in locations in the area it served. Last known address: 34 Prospect Pl., Brooklyn, NY 11217.

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