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Liobani: I Explain – Will You Join Me?

(12 - 18 Years)


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Cover of the book Liobani - I Explain, for a higher teenage spirituality. Learning to live an ethical Life in Relationships School
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Toward a Higher, Teenage Spirituality

Building an Ethical Life: in Relationships, School and Work


Finding Freedom in God at a Young Age: A Foundation for a Meaningful Life

In this book, Liobani, an angel being who speaks through Gabriele, helps young people find freedom in God and to take their lives into their own hands. Lots of tips and advice from the divine spiritual world for a deeper teenage spirituality. She states for example, how young people can live a more ethical life in all areas of life: in relationships, at school, at home and even at work.

This book explains how all of us, especially at a young age, can develop a deeper communication with the Free Spirit, God. After all, God wants to help us in every situation! This includes, for example, shaping our life, preparing for exams, choosing a life partner and dealing with our fellow people. Liobani teaches how we can get to know ourselves more and more, and how we can come to understand what the events of the day want to tell us and much, much, more.

Passages from the book — Teenage Questions on Spirituality

What does spirituality even mean? Are we talking about priests and shamans? …Or living alone on a mountaintop?

Liobani answers:

“To be with God does not mean to be bigoted, nor does it mean to affect piety and meditate all by ourselves. To be with God and in God means to radiate love, kindness and gentleness and to show understanding, tolerance and good will toward your neighbor. However, as you have already learned, this does not imply supporting your neighbor’s self-will and thereby making yourself a slave to his will and desires.

To be in and with God means to stand in the world and to correctly fulfill the tasks you have taken on; to support, help and serve those people who need help and service—but not to be servile or to help merely in order to be left in peace or to receive a service in return.”


“Nor should you be servile at your place of work. Strive each day to conscientiously do the work assigned to you; then you will earn corresponding wages, for every just worker is due his wage. …”

From the Table of Contents

Topics for Developing Teenage Spirituality and Building an Ethical Life

  • The developed spiritual consciousness. True wealth and the teaching of “pray and work.”
  • The inner freedom of the impersonal life — The difference between selfless service and being servile. “Honor” is due to God alone.
  • Choosing a life companion. Criteria: outer or inner values? Tackling tasks and difficulties when living together. What attracts you, and what do you strive for?
  • Guidance and support through the Inner Helper and Advisor in every situation. Example: succeeding on an oral or written test.
  • Puberty: a storm and stress of senses and emotions. “Love at first sight”? The concept of “don’t suppress drives, but refine them.”
  • Outer or inner qualities of a man and a woman. Being “in love” or inner, selfless love as the basis for a partnership.

The above are just a small sample of the topics covered in this helpful guide for teenagers. Ultimately, these are simply the high ethical moral values that everyone can learn. Isn’t what most people want peaceful, loving relationships? And a smooth professional life which makes use of our skills and talents? And a life that leaves all those around us feeling valued and respected?

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Cover of the book Liobani - I Explain, for a higher teenage spirituality. Learning to live an ethical Life in Relationships School
Liobani: I Explain – Will You Join Me?