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Author : Doris Cohen
ISBN : 9781401923754
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This fascinating book by Doris Eliana Cohen, Ph.D., was written to help us create a shift in our own consciousness as well as that of humanity. In order to heal from traumas, we unknowingly repeat the stories of our lives again and again, reliving them in different scenarios in this life as well as in other lifetimes. This repetition of our behavior patterns is neither neurotic nor pathological. It is absolutely necessary, because painful though it may be, repetition offers us multiple opportunities for facing our issues, making new choices, and healing ourselves at last. All of us have a God-given gift of free choice, although we may be unaware of it at times. Only when we acknowledge and take full responsibility for the choices we've made in our current and past lives can we begin to change our stories and end the suffering we've been causing ourselves. This material is based on Doris's 30 years of clinical experience with patients, using traditional therapy techniques combined with past-life regression therapy. It is guided and inspired by her communication with Guides and Angels of the Light, who have accompanied her for many years. Within these pages, Doris presents the 7 Steps of Rebirth, which provide a profound yet swift and simple route to change our lives and heal ourselves. Her 4 Steps of Joy offer a powerful tool for accessing the Light swiftly and easily. Remembering the events of our past lives provides a rich and fascinating tapestry of our journey, resulting in the humbling and uplifting realization that our souls are on a grand adventure. In owning our stories, we move from seeing ourselves as victims of life to empowering ourselves as co-creators of our destiny.

Running For Your Life

Author : Doris Bowen
ISBN : 0999281313
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Free Woman

Author : Lara Feigel
ISBN : 9781635570960
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An intense exploration of the life and works of Doris Lessing and how their themes are reflected in the writer's own life. Free Woman begins at a wedding and ends in the African bush. This is a memoir of Feigel's own journey as a writer, which becomes enmeshed with that of Doris Lessing. Co-opting a dead novelist into an obsessive, ambivalent relationship, Feigel sets about learning from her about how to live. Rereading The Golden Notebook in her midthirties, shortly after Doris Lessing's death, Lara Feigel discovered that Lessing was a writer who spoke directly to her about her experiences as a woman, writer, and mother in a way that no other novelist had done. At a time when she was dissatisfied with the constraints that she felt she and her generation seemed to accept blindly, Feigel was enticed particularly by Lessing's vision of freedom. Part memoir, part biography, and part literary criticism, Free Woman is an examination of Lessing's life and work, structured as a series of nine investigations of sexual, psychological, intellectual, and political freedom. Feigel combines incisive writing, elegant exploration, and intimate revelations with a delicate sensitivity to relationships (both real and in literature) in times of great stress to mesmerizing effect.

Doris Day

Author : Garry McGee
ISBN : 9780786461073
Genre : Performing Arts
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"The work begins with a biography of Day's life. A filmography lists each film with full credits, synopsis and reviews, her popularity rankings and awards. Complete album record releases, single record releases, unreleased songs and recordings, music awards and nominations, radio appearances, her seven million-sellers, and chart placements are listed. The work concludes with her TV appearances"--Provided by publisher.

Are You Hungry Dear

Author : Doris Roberts
ISBN : 031231227X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Emmy Award-winning mother-in-law from Everybody Loves Raymond shares the wisdom she learned from two marriages, her struggles to build a career while raising her son alone, her experiences with Hollywood ageism, and a range of favorite recipes. Reprint. 100,000 first printing.

The Life Of Lorena Hickok

Author : Doris Faber
ISBN : UOM:39015019105199
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Doris Mccarthy

Author : Doris McCarthy
ISBN : 9781926739175
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A wonderfully frank look at a life lived within beauty and without regret. McCarthy‰'s sense of artistry, transmitted over a sixty-year painting career, celebrates multiple beauties of everyday life.

The Life And Photography Of Doris Ulmann

Author : Philip Walker Jacobs
ISBN : 0813121752
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In this biography, based on "newly discovered letters, documents, and photographs--many published here for the first time," the author presents the life and work of Doris Ulmann, a photographer who "strove to create dignified and respectful photographic renderings of people often dishonored or ignored."--Jacket.

Doris Day

Author : Doris Day
ISBN : 055302888X
Genre : Actors
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Creating Literature Out Of Life

Author : Doris Alexander
ISBN : 9780271041568
Genre : Literary Criticism
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An exploration of the creative process in four classic works: Death in Venice, Treasure Island, The Rub&áiy&át of Mar Khayy&ám, and War and Peace. Creating Literature Out of Life examines four very dissimilar masterpieces and their authors in search of evidence that will answer some of the many questions in the great mystery of creativity. Crossing boundaries of period, nation, and genre, the study looks into the &"why&" and &"how&" of the creation of Thomas Mann's Death in Venice, Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island, Edward FitzGerald's The Rub&áiy&át of Mar Khayy&ám, and Lev Tolstoy's War and Peace. Doris Alexander finds that each of these works was compelled by an urgent life problem of its author, some of them partly conscious, others completely unconscious, which worked in harmony and counterpoint with the author's conscious theme to shape his work. She traces an interconnected nexus of memories&—personal experiences, ideas, readings&—that came alive in response to the author's problem and served as a reservoir out of which his characters, his images, his story line, and the emotional tone of his work emerged. Creating Literature Out of Life tells the exciting story of how Mann, Stevenson, FitzGerald, and Tolstoy fought out their major life battles in their works.

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