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Amp Up Your Awareness

Author : Joyce Shafer
ISBN : 9781864760316
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When life throws a curve onto your path, it's a good time to pause and reflect on what a better way to respond would be-at the inner and outer levels. That's what this book does for you with 25 chapters about Authenticity and Self-Realization, Emotional Clutter and Effectiveness, Life Purpose, Goal or Dream Attainment, and Mental and Emotional Clarity. Ease struggle with words that guide, comfort, and support you to be the amazing person you are.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Joyce Shafer, formerly NYC-based Life Empowerment Coach and author, now relocated to Lafayette, Louisiana, has a Business Administration background from the University of Louisiana, plus decades of extensive continued education that covers topics from business to behavior, with a focus on human dynamics. She is a Silva Mind Method graduate and trained as a Level 1 Reiki practitioner.

A Heart For The Future

Author : Robert Boak Slocum
ISBN : 0898694469
Genre : Religion
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Prominent thinkers, writers, and well-known voices in the Episcopal Church come together to present a very broad spectrum of Christian thought and eschatology. Ultimately, what they have in common is the belief that the choice Christians must make is not between the now and the eternal; it is between being forward-looking and being back-ward looking. Unless we look with eagerness and longing toward the future, we will stay stranded in the past. To live the Christian life today, we need a heart for the future.

What Are You Waiting For

Author : Stephen J. Kauffman
ISBN : 9781480983762
Genre : Self-Help
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What Are You Waiting For? By: Stephen J. Kauffman Struggling with self-worth, self-doubt, and loneliness is only a small part of the human condition. The beliefs, the programming, and the ideas passed on by caregivers, as well as the preconceived notions we have been exposed to early on is the real cause of the struggle. What Are You Waiting For? is a wake-up call to anyone who feels their life has been stuck on pause. “To Know Thyself is the beginning of wisdom.” (Socrates) By putting in the time and effort, Stephen continues on his path toward self-discovery and the ultimate freedom that comes with doing the “inside job.” While this journey has been anything but easy, the rewards and people along the way have made it all worthwhile. Guidance toward “self-discovery” does not have to be done in a vacuum. It’s something that must be achieved with others, as well as yourself. So, what are you waiting for?

Think Like A Publisher

Author : Randy Davila
ISBN : 9781938289170
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Straight Talk from a Publisher The publishing world has changed! An explosion in printed books, E-books, and self-publishing has contributed to more new titles coming to market than ever before. With so much happening, how does a new author stand out from the crowd? Not to mention turn a profit. In Think Like a Publisher: 33 Essential Tips to Write, Promote, and Sell Your Book, Randy Davila, President of Hampton Roads Publishing & Hierophant Publishing, explains the nuances of the publishing industry in plain English, and gives authors all the tools necessary to be successful in today’s rapidly changing publishing world. Broken down into three easy to follow categories of Editorial, Marketing, and Business specific tips, Think Like a Publisher offers invaluable insight into how publishers think about manuscripts, marketing, and their partnership with the author. You will also learn: What publishers (and readers!) look for in a manuscript The most common new author writing mistakes—and how to avoid them The makings of a great book title and cover The pros and cons of self-publishing vs. traditional publishing How to build your author platform and gain a following The ins and outs of the business side of publishing—contracts, royalties, agents, and more! For any writer who has felt intimidated by the prospect of bringing a book into the world, Think Like a Publisher offers a one-stop guide to understanding the publishing industry and what it takes to make your book a success!

Return Again

Author : Georgina Cannon
ISBN : 1609256441
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Discover your true purpose in this life, by exploring your past life in this do-it-yourself guide to past life regression. Award-winning hypnotherapist Dr. Georgina Cannon shows how we can consciously influence our future by better understanding our past in Return Again: How to Find Meaning in Your Past Lives and Your Interlives. Cannon offers a practical and accessible approach that anyone can use to discover: Body and soul agreementsPlanes of existenceLevels of understandingKarmaSoul Mates—you may have more than one!Past lives and your “interlife”--where you meet those with whom you have a soul contract to plan your next life. Cannon offers a step-by-step process with simple explanations and pragmatic exercises that readers can use to answer questions about their past and current lives. Return Again is an easy-to-use tool that anyone can use to live life to the fullest.

Breaking The Glass Box

Author : JungJa Joy Yu
ISBN : 9781630871369
Genre : Religion
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Breaking the Glass Box includes spiritual formation process for liberation from gender oppression through multiple awareness practices of conflicts in han-based Korean culture of society and church. The metaphor has multiple liberation process: invisible glass box, visible glass box, breaking the glass box, and sticky rice. This liberation process includes consicentization, consciousness-raising, and a heightened cultural awareness in discerning the reasons of interpersonal conflicts in Korean socio-cultural contexts. By exploring the multi-faceted han-jeong dynamics with Feminist theology and Asian Feminism, the important aspects of re-imaging the self and God as spiritual formation have been examined with contemplative practices of Internal Family System (IFS) and self-compassion to create the healthy jeong-filled solidarity group. The sticky rice is a new cultural paradigm for Korean women's jeong-filled hospitality. The broken pieces of the glass box will be transformed into the grains of rice by the positive jeong-filled hospitality of cooking sticky rice. In the solidarity group of jeong-filled hospitality, represented by rice ready to cook a serving of delicious sticky rice, people can enjoy the fellowship of healing, forgiving, and reconciling of the sticky rice. These images are intended to promote a healthy community of ministry and spirituality for Korean women.

Beyond 40 Acres Another Pair Of Shoes

Author : Pamela Ayo Yetunde
ISBN : 1928775004
Genre : Business & Economics
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Perils Of Information Age

Author : Pranav Prabhash
ISBN : 9781947949140
Genre : Computers
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Inexpensive data storage and computational capabilities, together with the internet, have ushered in the Information Age, providing tremendous benefits that we are reaping with great success. However, there are negative side effects of easily available abundant information from diverse sources. Information has fostered a plethora of knowledge subjects that are not all equal. Vulnerabilities of the scientific method are getting exposed more often and thereby eroding science’s credibility with the general public. Our mental capacity has limitations in dealing with the quantity and variety of the information overload. Far from being just a criticism, Perils of Information Age is an intellectual trip based on thought experiments, head-smacking experiences, and curious observations. It lays out a structured framework that outlines how to assess and deal with the perils of Information Age—the impotency of certain college majors and academic training, the junk science behind statistical studies analyzing complexity, the analysis-paralysis of data analytics, and increasing strain on our cognitive abilities.

Perils Of The Night

Author : Eugenia C. DeLamotte
ISBN : 9780195056938
Genre : History
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Examining the works of such writers as James, Mary Shelley, and the Brontës, this book argues that the source of Gothic terror is actually a double fear of separateness and unity that has had special significance for women writers and readers.

American Culture In Peril

Author : Charles W. Dunn
ISBN : 9780813140650
Genre : Political Science
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Thirty years ago, Ronald Reagan rode a wave of patriotism to the White House by calling for a return to what he considered to be traditional American values--personal liberty, free markets, and limited government. After the cultural struggles and generational clashes of the 1960s and 70s, it appeared that many Americans were eager to abide by Reagan's set of core American principles. Yet, despite Reagan's continuing popularity, modern America remains widely perceived as a nation weakened by its divisions. While debates over cultural values have been common throughout the country's history, they seem particularly vitriolic today. Some argue that these differences have resulted in a perpetually gridlocked government caught between left and right, red states and blue. Since the American Founding, commonly shared cultural values have been considered to be the glue that would bind the nation's citizens together. However, how do we identify, define and interpret the foundations of American culture in a profoundly divided, pluralistic country? In American Culture in Peril, Charles W. Dunn assembles top scholars and public intellectuals to examine Reagan's impact on American culture in the twenty-first century. The contributors assess topics vital to our conversations about American culture and society, including changing views of the family, the impact of popular culture, and the evolving relationship between religion, communities, and the state. Others investigate modern liberalism and the possibilities of reclaiming a renewed conservatism today. American Culture in Peril illuminates Reagan's powerful legacy and investigates whether his traditional view of American culture can successfully compete in postmodern America. Contributors Hadley Arkes Paul A. Cantor Allan Carlson Jean Bethke Elshtain Charles R. Kesler Wilfred M. McClay Ken Myers

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