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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.

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.

The Life Of Lorena Hickok

Author : Doris Faber
ISBN : UOM:39015019105199
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Life In A Day

Author : Doris Grumbach
ISBN : 9781497676664
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A look into the daily life of one of America’s great memoirists At seventy-seven Doris Grumbach is as sharp as ever, and in Life in a Day she examines the experiences of her later years, from the dreaded writer’s block to the many hours she has spent reading to the effects of an increasingly modern and interconnected world. Imbued with Grumbach’s characteristic candor and verve, Life in a Day is a celebration of the meaning to be found in the quotidian.

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 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.

Living More With Less

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ISBN : 0836119304
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Practical advice on clothing, housekeeping, recreation, financing, and every aspect of daily living is designed for those aspiring toward a more simple Christian life and social independence


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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

Meaning In Mid Life Transitions

Author : Edmund A. Sherman
ISBN : 9781438419848
Genre : Psychology
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This book contributes to an understanding of the nature of mid-life transitions and crises by focusing on the unique personal meaning of the transitional experience for the individual. There is an implicit structure to the way in which such a transition is experienced by the individual, and this can be made explicit by the techniques and methods of the approach outlined and illustrated in the book. The value of making this structure explicit is that it enables us to understand and assess the nature and dimensions of the transition, whether or not it will reach crisis proportions, and to assess possible intervention strategies. Meaning in Mid-Life Transitions should be of interest to human service practitioners as well as teachers and students of human development and behavior. It evidences an integrative approach and structural framework, including a series of in-depth clinical and research studies.

Doris Lessing

Author : Katherine Fishburn
ISBN : STANFORD:36105040780335
Genre : Authors, English
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