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Simple Abundance

Author : Sarah Ban Breathnach
ISBN : 9780446545310
Genre : Self-Help
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#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Over 7 million copies sold in 30 languages! Simple Abundance is a book of evocative essays - one for every day of the year - for women who wish to live by their own lights. A woman's spirituality is often separated from her lifestyle. Simple Abundance shows you how your daily life can be an expression of your authentic self ... as you choose the tastiest vegetables from your garden, search for treasures at flea markets, establish a sacred space in your home for meditation, and follow the rhythm of the seasons and the year. Every day, your own true path will lead you to a happier, more fulfilling, and contented way of life. Embrace its gentle lessons, savor its sublime common sense, and dare to live its passionate truth. The authentic self is the Soul made visible.

Simple Abundance A Daybook Of Comfort And Joy

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Simple Abundance Journal Of Gratitude

Author : Sarah Ban Breathnach
ISBN : 044652395X
Genre : Reference
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Gratitude is the most passionate transformative force in the cosmos. When we offer thanks to God or another human being, gratitude gifts us with renewal, reflection, reconnection. Now, in this companion volume to the "New York Times" bestseller "Simple Abundance," author Sarah Ban Breathnach provides the perfect journal to help you experience the healing, joy, and wholeness that gratitude brings.

A Man S Journey To Simple Abundance

Author : Sarah Ban Breathnach
ISBN : 9780743221894
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Authentic Journey Continues -- for Women to Understand Men, and for Men to Understand Themselves.

Identity And The Quartered Circle

Author : Dorothy Louise Abrams
ISBN : 9781780992808
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Identity and The Quartered Circle is an eclectic Wiccan discussion of the search for identity through the power of a cast circle and the four directions. The book defines the Circle as a container for magic. A chapter on psychological identity follows. From casting a circle to meeting the Elementals and winged spirits of faerie, the author leads the reader on a personal journey in consciousness. At its conclusion we can speak intelligently of merger with the Gods and Oneness and the reader can answer the big four questions: Who Am I, Why am I here, Where did I come from and Where am I going?

The Little Book Of Joy

Author : Julia M. Lindsey
ISBN : 193515706X
Genre : Conduct of life
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Are you missing joy in your life? Do you feel there is something more to life than what you are getting? Find out how joy can be Simply a Choice. This book helps you explore how you react to life ad how you can begin to choose joy in everyday experiences. This is a slightly revised version of the previous Joy book with small differences and additions

Choosing Joy Creating Abundance

Author : Ellen Peterson
ISBN : 0738705438
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Explores the practical dimensions of abundance by helping readers define their ideas of personal success and overcome the hidden obstacles that often hinder prosperity. Original.

Moving On

Author : Sarah Ban Breathnach
ISBN : 0696225573
Genre : Self-Help
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The author offers an inclusive, inspirational guide to help readers understand themselves and use their insights to accept change and move on after life-changing events.

Awakening Joy For Kids

Author : James Baraz
ISBN : 9781941529294
Genre : Self-Help
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Awarded the 2016 Nautilus Gold Medal for Parenting and Family! Spirit Rock founder, author, and teacher James Baraz’s Awakening Joy offers his large and devoted readership a program to gain contentment and happiness by cultivating the seeds of joy within. Here he joins with Michele Lilyanna, a classroom teacher for 25 years, to offer caregivers and children ways to find joy in each day together. This unique offering nourishes both adults and kids. James shares the practices for the adults—parents, caregivers, and teachers. Michele offers her own experiences as a parent and as a teacher, showing how the themes work with kids, followed by the tried and true lessons that she's used herself in the classroom and at home. Packed with practices and activities that James and Michele have gathered over their many years of working with thousands of adults and children in retreats, workshops, and the classroom, Awakening Joy for Kids is imbued with compassion and delight. Part of Parallax Press' growing curriculum for parents and educators designed to cultivate joy and mindfulness in children.

Living It Up

Author : James B. Twitchell
ISBN : 9780231500562
Genre : Social Science
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Economic downturns and terrorist attacks notwithstanding, America's love affair with luxury continues unabated. Over the last several years, luxury spending in the United States has been growing four times faster than overall spending. It has been characterized by political leaders as vital to the health of the American economy as a whole, even as an act of patriotism. Accordingly, indices of consumer confidence and purchasing seem unaffected by recession. This necessary consumption of unnecessary items and services is going on at all but the lowest layers of society: J.C. Penney now offers day spa treatments; Kmart sells cashmere bedspreads. So many products are claiming luxury status today that the credibility of the category itself is strained: for example, the name "pashmina" had to be invented to top mere cashmere. We see luxury everywhere: in storefronts, advertisements, even in the workings of our imaginations. But what is it? How is it manufactured on the factory floor and in the minds of consumers? Who cares about it and who buys it? And how concerned should we be that luxuries are commanding a larger and larger percentage of both our disposable income and our aspirations? Trolling the upscale malls of America, making his way toward the Mecca of Las Vegas, James B. Twitchell comes to some remarkable conclusions. The democratization of luxury, he contends, has been the single most important marketing phenomenon of our times. In the pages of Living It Up, Twitchell commits the academic heresy of paying respect to popular luxury consumption as a force that has united the country and the globe in a way that no war, movement, or ideology ever has. What's more, he claims, the shopping experience for Americans today has its roots in the spiritual, the religious, and the transcendent. Deft and subtle writing, audacious ideas, and a fine sense of humor inform this entertaining and insightful book.

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