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Four Steps To Spiritual Freedom

Author : Thomas Ryan
ISBN : 9781616438395
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Freedom

Author : Derek Wilder
ISBN : 9781312392694
Genre : Religion
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Derek Wilder integrates psychology, theology, social work, and the newer field of life coaching tie improve the human condition – your personal condition. Whatever emotional or spiritual challenge you face, bring it to this book. You will be amazed to find your questions being answered almost as you ask them including how to find freedom from other people, failure, your past, difficult circumstances and more. How can this be? Derek Wilder hears you. The same answers that delivered him can and will deliver you.

The Sacred Art Of Fasting

Author : Thomas Ryan
ISBN : 9781594730788
Genre : Religion
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An introduction to the whys and ways of fasting furnishes helpful insights to inspire readers to begin or deepen their own fasting practice, through a comprehensive look at fasting as practiced in many traditions as well as inspiring reflections from people who practice fasting. Original.

Recovering From Religious Abuse

Author : Jack Watts
ISBN : 9781451626322
Genre : Religion
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"Offering more than promises, this 11-step plan rescues those who have been victimized by religious abuse and gently guides them into healing and recovery."--P. [4] of cover.

Unconditional Forgiveness

Author : Mary Hayes Grieco
ISBN : 9781451626438
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Includes a preview of The New Kitchen Mystic, the next book Mary Hayes Grieco. Forgiveness is about more than just letting go. It’s about healing wounds and wiping away scars. It’s about feeling better—physically and emotionally. It’s about living your life with purpose and truly moving forward. In Unconditional Forgiveness, Mary Hayes Grieco offers the Eight Steps to Freedom, a simple, effective eight-step program that teaches readers how to completely forgive in order to achieve both emotional and physical well-being. This step-by-step method incorporates emotional, energetic, and spiritual components that are accessible to everyone and offer lasting success. The Eight Steps to Freedom are: Step One: Use Your Will Declare your intention through the power of will to begin the process of forgiveness. Step Two: Express Your Emotional Pain You are given complete freedom to express your honest emotions without judgment or fear. Step Three: Release Expectations from Your Mind Identify and let go of the expectations you had surrounding the person or situation that you are forgiving. Step Four: Restore Your Boundaries Firmly separate yourself from the harmful actions and attitudes of the other person or situation. Step Five: Open Up to Getting Your Needs Met in a Different Way Emotions have been released, expectations have been let go, and you no longer demand anything from the person or situation that you are forgiving. Step 6: Receive Healing Energy from Spirit Reach to a higher level, bringing unconditional love and light into your being. Step Seven: Send Unconditional Love to the Other Person or Situation and Release Unconditional love and light is freely given to the person or situation you are forgiving. Step Eight: See the Good in the Person or Situation Now that you are free from the past pain and grievance, recognize the good that can be taken from the person or situation. Grieco walks the reader through each step and addresses the entire spectrum of painful issues, from the everyday mundane to the most difficult, as well as providing a way to forgive one’s self, when necessary. The how to appendix provides a perennial, off-the-shelf reference to swiftly guide readers through the process whenever the need arises. With Grieco’s in-depth yet simple program, your healing can be as swift as it is lasting.

Library Journal

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ISBN : UOM:39015063375045
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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

Soul Fire

Author : Thomas Ryan
ISBN : 9781594732430
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This inspiring guide shows you how to cultivate your creative spirit, particularly in the second half of life, as a way to encourage personal growth, enrich your spiritual life and deepen your communion with God.

Torture

Author : John Perry
ISBN : 1570756074
Genre : Law
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Until recently, torture was chiefly associated with foreign juntas or other notorious human rights abusers. In light of the "war on terror" this has changed dramatically. Whether it is the abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib, the policy of "extraordinary rendition" of terror suspects into the hands of overseas interrogators, or questions regarding the authority of the U.S. President to take extreme measures for the sake of national security--suddenly the practice of torture has become a matter of urgent public debate. Reviewing the history and practice of torture, and the arguments used to justify it, Perry takes us into minds of both the torturers and their victims. Ultimately, showing why torture is different from other acts of war, and why it is fundamentally immoral: "not only because it violates the dignity we owe to the human person but also because it directly or indirectly degrades any society that would tolerate it."

The 9 Steps To Financial Freedom

Author : Suze Orman
ISBN : 0609607162
Genre : Business & Economics
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Suze Orman has transformed the concept of personal finance for millions by teaching us how to gain control of our money -- so that money does not control us. She goes beyond the nuts and bolts of managing money to explore the psychological, even spiritual power money has in our lives. The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom is the first personal finance book that gives you not only the knowledge of how to handle money, but also the will to break through all the barriers that hold you back. Combining real-life recommendations with the motivation to overcome financial anxieties, Suze Orman offers the keys to providing for yourself and your family, including: * seeing how your past holds the key to your financial future * facing your fears and creating new truths * trusting yourself more than you trust others * being open to receiving all that you are meant to have * understanding the lessons of the money cycle The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom is useful advice and inspiration from the leading voice in personal finance. As Orman shows, managing money is far more than a matter of balancing your checkbook or picking the right investments. It's about redefining financial freedom -- and realizing that you are worth far more than your money.

John Paul Ii And The Legacy Of Dignitatis Humanae

Author : Hermínio Rico, SJ
ISBN : 1589013522
Genre : Religion
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It was by far the most controversial document to emerge from Vatican II — Dignitatis Humanae, or the Declaration on Religious Freedom. Drafted largely by prominent Jesuit theologian John Courtney Murray, it represented a departure from previous Catholic teachings in that it acknowledged and accepted as normative the separation between Church and State and declared religious freedom a fundamental human right. In doing this, it set forth guidelines for the role of the Catholic Church in secular liberal and pluralistic societies. Nearly four decades later, Hermínio Rico examines the continued relevance of this declaration in today's world, compares its most paradigmatic interpretations, and proposes a reconsideration of its import for contemporary church-society relationships. He offers a detailed analysis of how Pope John Paul II has appropriated, interpreted, and developed the main themes of the document, and how he has applied them to such contentious modern issues as the fall of Communism and the rise of secular pluralism. In addition, Rico sets forth his own vision of the future of Dignitatis Humanae, and how the profound themes of the declaration can be applied in years to come to help the church find a way to engage effectively with, and within, pluralistic societies. Of interest to students of Catholic thought, church-society relationships, the legacy of John Courtney Murray, and the teachings of John Paul II, this book offers a fresh perspective on one of the most important documents in the modern history of the Catholic church.

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