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The Barefoot Indian

Author : Julia Heywood
ISBN : 9781780998350
Genre : Religion
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On getting the job, she is assigned The Barefoot Indian as training coach. She guides her through the challenges she is given, and is a constant source of inspiration on the journey. In addition to hands-on mentoring she also receives encouragement, wisdom and Ponderisms from Head office via e-mails. Fiction, or could it be true for you?

The Quantum Conspiracy

Author : Chuck Robison
ISBN : 9781846947513
Genre : Fiction
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The Quantum Conspiracy explores the global shift in consciousness that is being fueled by evolution theory, the appearance of remarkable children being born who reveal a new DNA-like shift, and the threats posed by a potential nuclear war and environmental degradation.

The Indian National Bibliography

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Genre : India
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Miracles Are Made Of This

Author : Julia Heywood
ISBN : 9781782794714
Genre : Fiction
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Miracles Are Made of This is a contemporary story about wisdom; the one and only ingredient which enables miracles to happen. The central character is female and she has found wisdom. It was there all along, in the one place she had never previously looked - within her. Her success was achieved through a training programme designed for her by wise people. Miracles Are Made of This charts the next phase in her never ending story, which requires her to devise training programmes for others, so that they, too, can connect with their own innate wisdom. The tasks and exercises she sets for the people she meets are all in the context of their day to day lives, adhering to the fundamental principle that in the midst of the apparently ordinary the extraordinary will be found.

Dakota

Author : Kathleen Norris
ISBN : 9780547527567
Genre : Religion
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“A deeply spiritual, deeply moving book” about life on the Great Plains, by the New York Times–bestselling author of The Cloister Walk (The New York Times Book Review). “With humor and lyrical grace,” Kathleen Norris meditates on a place in the American landscape that is at once desolate and sublime, harsh and forgiving, steeped in history and myth (San Francisco Chronicle). A combination of reporting and reflection, Dakota reminds us that wherever we go, we chart our own spiritual geography.

The Foundations Of Mindfulness

Author : Eric Harrison
ISBN : 9781615192571
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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An Essential Addition to Mindfulness Literature Who among us does not want to discern right from wrong and useful from useless in any situation? Thirty years ago—long before the modern mindfulness movement—Eric Harrison began teaching meditation as a secular, science-based therapy. Paradoxically, he rooted his practice in the Buddha’s original teaching: the Satipatthana Sutta. The 13 steps in the Sutta offer readers the full benefits of mindfulness: attention, good judgment, and tranquility. Now—informed by a lifetime spent teaching tens of thousands to meditate—Harrison offers both a new translation of the Sutta (the first in modern English) and lucid guidance on how to apply it today.

Live In The Moment Including Zen And The Art Of Healing

Author : Ross Cribb
ISBN : 9781785350085
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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With clarity of thought and realism, Rev. Ross Cribb sets out to provide an alternative vocabulary with which to describe significant events, human nature and spirituality, with the goal to empower individuals to have happier and more meaningful lives. His highly readable combination of Zen, philosophy, psychology and science makes a compelling case for his view of spirituality. Explaining that we often refer to different parts of ourselves as independent, he takes this a step further by invoking the New Age concept of Energy Bodies (specifically the Physical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Bodies). With these he explains Enlightenment, Being in the Moment and Energy Healing—an effective method for releasing blockages that take us out of the moment.

Creating Abundance With Feng Shui

Author : Lillian Too
ISBN : 9781446406847
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Creating abundance is more than just making money - abundance embraces all the wonderful things that deepen and expand one's life. Their are eight types of abundance that make life meaningful, that of: * Material possessions * Recognition * Success * Good health * Loving relationships * Good family life * personal growth * Feeling good about oneself - and this book shows you how to find them. It also offers visualisations, mantras, meditations and other practical techniques to enjoy a beautiful, harmonious existence.

An Angel In Your Pocket

Author : Rosemary Ellen Guiley
ISBN : 9780007388462
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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They don’t wear wings, they don’t live on clouds, but they do come into our lives. Angels are more than figments of our imagination – they are real and have changed the lives of many ordinary people.

Drugs Of The Dreaming

Author : Gianluca Toro
ISBN : 9781594777455
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The first comprehensive guide to oneirogens--naturally occurring substances that induce and enhance dreaming • Includes extensive monographs on dream-enhancing substances derived from plant, animal, and human sources • Presents the results of scientific experiments on the effects of using oneirogens • Shows how studies in this area of ethnobotany can yield a scientific understanding of the mysterious mechanism of dreams Oneirogens are plant and animal substances that have long been used to facilitate powerful and productive dreaming. From the beginning of civilization, dreams have guided the inner and outer life of human beings both in relation to each other and to the divine. For centuries shamans have employed oneirogens in finding meaning and healing in their dreams. Drugs of the Dreaming details the properties and actions of these dream allies, establishing ethnobotanical profiles for 35 oneirogens, including those extracted from organic sources--such as Calea zacatechichi (dream herb or “leaf of the god”), Salvia divinorum, and a variety of plants from North and South America and the Pacific used in shamanic practices--as well as synthetically derived oneirogens. They explain the historical use of each oneirogen, its method of action, and what light it sheds on the scientific mechanism of dreaming. They conclude that oneirogens enhance the comprehensibility and facility of the dream/dreamer relationship and hold a powerful key for discerning the psychological needs and destinies of dreamers in the modern world.

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