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Growing Up Psychic

Author : Michael Bodine
ISBN : 9780738719610
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A gripping memoir that recounts the author's experience of growing up in a family of psychics and his ongoing struggle to come to terms with the paranormal and his own psychic talents.

Advanced Psychic Development

Author : Becky Walsh
ISBN : 9781780999418
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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There are many psychic development books on the market, but the vast majority are aimed at beginners. This is the psychics' bible, whether you want to tap your intuitive potential for everyday use or whether you are already a professional. The skills detailed in it can transfer to any relationship, any situation. These are not party tricks, they are life skills.

The Practical Psychic

Author : John Friedlander
ISBN : 9781609257828
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Human beings have always longed for more power over their lives. The allure of becoming psychic is a reflection of this wish one that has persisted through centuries and across cultures. It is the premise of this book that mankind's wish has already been granted.

A Psychic S Life

Author : Michael D. Bodine
ISBN : 9780738759265
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Michael Bodine shares his most fascinating stories as a celebrity psychic. Discover how Michael receives information from the other side, and how he deals with the responsibilities that come with psychic knowledge. Find out what makes the energy of Michael's famous Hollywood clients so unique. Get a first-hand glimpse at what it's like for a psychic to learn the hard lessons from spirit when his ego gets too big for his own good. A Psychic's Life also shares compelling stories from Michael's experience of growing up in a psychic family. Whether you're interested in developing your own psychic abilities, starting a psychic practice, or are curious about what happens behind the scenes of a renowned psychic's life, this book is an all-access pass to one of the world's most unique mystical minds.

The Street Smart Psychic S Guide To Getting A Good Reading

Author : Lisa Barretta
ISBN : 9780738718507
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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What's the dish on getting a fabulous psychic reading? Who better to ask than the Street-Smart Psychic? Lisa Barretta offers insider advice from the other side of the tarot cards, crystal ball, and tea leaves. Sassy, candid, and spot-on, Lisa Barretta's guidance will help you choose the psychic that's right for you—astrologer, medium, tarot reader, or phone-line psychic—and steer clear of charlatans. True stories from Barretta's colorful career as a psychic reader reveal what to do—and what not to do—to build rapport with your psychic and get the best possible reading. “A great guide to help you make a discerning choice when you're seeking someone to weigh in on your 'what's next.'”—Debbie Nigro, author and New York radio talk-show host

Weekly World News

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Rooted in the creative success of over 30 years of supermarket tabloid publishing, the Weekly World News has been the world's only reliable news source since 1979. The online hub is a leading entertainment news site.

An English Psychic In Hollywood

Author : Lucinda Clare
ISBN : 9781446489536
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Sparklingly original and hugely entertaining, An English Psychic in Hollywood is the magical tale of Lucinda Clare's personal experiences as an actress and psychic among the stars of Hollywood. A cross between Jackie Collins and Bridget Jones, there is glitz and glamour mixed with dating dilemas and wardrobe malfunctions. Originally coming to LA to land her dream acting job, Lucinda soon discovers that it is her psychic abilities that make her stand out amongst the wannabe actresses. As soon as she says the magic words, 'I'm psychic!' everyone wants to talk to her, from publicists to agents, A-list film stars to borderline psychotics. Accompanied by new best friend crazy Astrid, she gradually settles in. She talks Hindu with her hairdresser, does readings for everyone from screenwriters to sex slaves and finds herself falling for the archetypal tall, dark, handsome stranger. But is he the soulmate that is meant to be in her future? Only time, some crazy pool parties and successfully predicting everyone else's happy endings will tell...

Splitting Up

Author : Alvin Pam
ISBN : 1572303670
Genre : Psychology
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From the characterological struggle that leads to the breakup through the difficult adjustments that come after the marriage is over, this volume examines the emotional process of divorce. Illustrated throughout with evocative case examples, this book explores why marriages fail, the feelings and reactions of both the rejecting and the rejected partners, the psychodynamics of jealousy, the possibility of reconciliation, and the impact of divorce on children.

Psychic Junkie

Author : Sarah Lassez
ISBN : 9781416935018
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The future lies ahead. BUT YOU CAN PAY FOR A PREVIEW. When her promised stardom fails to materialize, struggling actress Sarah Lassez finds solace in psychics who predict the coming of the man of her dreams. She's sure she's found him in Wilhelm, a suave hotel sous-chef from Germany. But mayhem ensues when she takes the words of the psychics over the words of her actual boyfriend and is convinced he's about to propose -- when in reality he's planning to leave the country . . . without her. Sarah's world dissolves into a haze of credit card debt, loneliness, and a raging addiction to psychics that threatens to destroy her finances, her relationships, and her sanity. She knows she needs help. But getting it will mean confronting the fact that life is not to be controlled or predicted, and though dealing with reality isn't always easy, at least it doesn't cost $4.99 a minute. Psychic Junkie is a true story of life and love in Los Angeles, narrated by an endearing protagonist whose search for answers will resonate with everyone who has ever tried to make sense of career, relationships, and adulthood.

The Psychic Hold Of Slavery

Author : Soyica Diggs Colbert
ISBN : 9780813583983
Genre : History
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What would it mean to “get over slavery”? Is such a thing possible? Is it even desirable? Should we perceive the psychic hold of slavery as a set of mental manacles that hold us back from imagining a postracist America? Or could the psychic hold of slavery be understood as a tool, helping us get a grip on the systemic racial inequalities and restricted liberties that persist in the present day? Featuring original essays from an array of established and emerging scholars in the interdisciplinary field of African American studies, The Psychic Hold of Slavery offers a nuanced dialogue upon these questions. With a painful awareness that our understanding of the past informs our understanding of the present—and vice versa—the contributors place slavery’s historical legacies in conversation with twenty-first-century manifestations of antiblack violence, dehumanization, and social death. Through an exploration of film, drama, fiction, performance art, graphic novels, and philosophical discourse, this volume considers how artists grapple with questions of representation, as they ask whether slavery can ever be accurately depicted, trace the scars that slavery has left on a traumatized body politic, or debate how to best convey that black lives matter. The Psychic Hold of Slavery thus raises provocative questions about how we behold the historically distinct event of African diasporic enslavement and how we might hold off the transhistorical force of antiblack domination.

A Psychic S Party

Author : Milton Green
ISBN : 9781438931043
Genre : Fiction
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The Psychic Housewives Handbook

Author : Lorraine Roe
ISBN : 9781612831701
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A fun, funny, and highly practical guide, The Psychic Housewive's Handbook teaches women and their children how to develop their innate psychic abilities. Psychic housewife and author Lorraine Roe helps women discover their inner psychic in a very down-to-earth style. Focusing largely on the power of self care, Roe answers such questions as:What can I do to become a psychic quickly?How can I make my home life more comfortable and fun?What do I say to the kids? The book is filled with exercises and tips to help ordinary housewives connect with the psychic energy within to enjoy and enrich their lives. "It is a book about pursuing authentic relationships with the living and the dead, experiencing complete freedom and really going for your life."

Psychic Children

Author : Sylvia Browne
ISBN : 9781101211830
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author now explores the provocative world of young seers. The world-renowned #1 New York Times bestselling psychic takes on an intriguing new subject in this profound investigation into the youngest-and most naturally intuitive-channels to the Other Side. A child's world is comprised of extraordinary things-vivid imaginations, imaginary friends, Zen-like naïveté, and a heightened sense of good and evil. What psychic Sylvia Browne recognizes is that every child also has unusual psychic abilities. And she writes from personal experience. Her own psychic abilities were revealed at age three, and Browne's son exhibited the same gift as a toddler a special blessing from God that Browne has learned is present at an incredibly tender age, a gift often stifled by a society that refuses to accept it. Here she illuminates the phenomenon, urging a better understanding, recognition, and encouragement of these remarkable children.

The Meanings Of Violence

Author : Gavin Rae
ISBN : 9781351336512
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Violence has long been noted to be a fundamental aspect of the human condition. Traditionally, however, philosophical discussions have tended to approach it through the lens of warfare and/or limit it to physical forms. This changed in the twentieth century as the nature and meaning of ‘violence’ itself became a conceptual problem. Guided by the contention that Walter Benjamin’s famous 1921 ‘Critique of Violence’ essay inaugurated this turn to an explicit questioning of violence, this collection brings together an international array of scholars to engage with how subsequent thinkers—Agamben, Arendt, Benjamin, Butler, Castoriadis, Derrida, Fanon, Gramsci, Merleau-Ponty, Sartre, and Schmitt—grappled with the meaning and place of violence. The aim is not to reduce these multiple responses to a singular one, but to highlight the heterogeneous ways in which the concept has been inquired into and the manifold meanings of it that have resulted. To this end, each chapter focuses on a different approach or thinker within twentieth and twenty-first century European philosophy, with many of them tackling the issue through the mediation of other topics and disciplines, including biopolitics, epistemology, ethics, culture, law, politics, and psychoanalysis. As such, the volume will be an invaluable resource for those interested in Critical Theory, Cultural Studies, History of Ideas, Philosophy, Politics, Political Theory, Psychology, and Sociology.

General Psycho Pathology

Author : Michael Shepherd
Genre : Psychology, Pathological
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Dark Revelations The Role Playing Game The Book Of Arrogance

Author : C.N. Constantin
ISBN : 9780994005540
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Dark Revelations - the Role Playing Game is proud to present a unique and progressive new set of psychic rules. The all new Psychic Class, with new rules for psychic powers that is completely different than those for standard d20 3.5 SRD/OGL, yet familiar enough to play with ease. · In this new Psychic Class, you will get 4 new paths. The Eruptor, master of elemental damage and going a bit crazy when out of power. The Mentalist, your classic mind controller that can rip minds asunder. The Psycho-Warrior, a melee and front line psychic fighter and true weapons specialist. And, The Rocker! Who needs magical bards? We got psychic rock and rollers. · Use familiar psychic power tropes like empathy, pyrokinesis or telepathy, or fire laser beams of death using Photokinesis. Plus many new powers in organized power sets. · New and crazy races. You’ll find nothing ordinary here as we let you play from level 1 as Dragons and Cats…yes intelligent house cats. Also Minotaurs. Not as cursed creatures, but heroic hair metal rockers from a far off dimension. Plus our own creations of the Harvesters and Stumpies. One is a master psychic from seedling, while the other is tough and bit rough around the bark. And, yes both are plants. · Woowear, equipment to enhance all those new psychic powers you have. · Psi-tats, get some psychic tattoos to gain additional power. · The Sandbox of Ed-Town. Where rock and roll, and other psychically enhanced individuals have taken over. Meet folks like Axle Thunderpipes, the Devilish Dangerous Dr. D. and many others.

The Natural Psychic

Author : Ellen Dugan
ISBN : 9780738745183
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Everyone has some type of psychic ability, but the skills that come easily for some may be more challenging for others. However, no matter where you are on the psychic spectrum, The Natural Psychic will help you develop and refine your natural talents. Renowned author Ellen Dugan is your personal guide, helping you to build your psychic repertoire. With humor, easy-to-follow instructions, and no-nonsense advice, this engaging book offers lively lessons on: The Three P's: Premonition Precognition Postcognition The Five C's: Claircognizance Clairaudience Clairvoyance Clairsentience Clairtangence Psychometry Group Readings Tarot Psi-Sensitives Ghost Hunters Séances Ouija Boards SLIders Psychic Training Psychic Hangovers and First Aid Psychic Attacks Psychic Self-Defense Repairing the Aura Crystals for Psychic Work Psychic ability is accessible to everyone regardless of spiritual or religious belief. The Natural Psychic is a down-to-earth, straight-up guide that will help you use psychic abilities to enrich your life and expand your world.

Tolerating Strangers In Intolerant Times

Author : Roger Kennedy
ISBN : 9780429779091
Genre : Philosophy
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In this interdisciplinary and wide-ranging study, Roger Kennedy looks at the roots of tolerance and intolerance as well as the role of the stranger and strangeness in provoking basic fears about our identity. He argues that a fear of a loss of attachment to one’s home might account for many prejudiced and intolerant attitudes to refugees and migrants; that basic fears about being displaced by so-called ‘strangers’ from our precious and precarious sense of a psychic home can tear communities apart, as well as lead to discrimination against those who appear to be different. Present day intolerance includes fears about the ‘hordes’ of immigrants confused with realistic fears about terrorist attacks, populist fears about loss of cultural integrity and with it a sense of powerlessness, and fearful debates about such basics as truth, including the so-called ‘post truth’ issue. Such fears, as explored in the book, mirror old arguments going back centuries to the early enlightenment thinkers and even before, when the parameters of discussion about tolerance were mainly around religious tolerance. There is urgency about addressing these kinds of issue once more at a time when the ‘ground rules’ of what makes for a civilized society seem to be under threat. Kennedy argues that society needs a ‘tolerance process’, in which critical thinking and respectful judgment can take place in an atmosphere of debate and reasonably open communication, when issues around what can and cannot be tolerated about different beliefs, practices and attitudes in people in our own and other cultures, are examined and debated. Tolerating Strangers in Intolerant Times, with the help of psychoanalytic, literary, social and political thinking, looks at what such a tolerance process could look like in a world increasingly prone to intolerance and prejudice. It will appeal to psychoanalysts as well as scholars of politics and philosophy.

The Shadow World

Author : Hamlin Garland
ISBN : 9781773561394
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Teacher S Guide

Author : Vitvan
ISBN : 9781329731387
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One of Vitvan's most important works, his insiders instructions to teachers who might carry his work beyond the limits of Home Farm. Ironically, Vitvan's successors on the Board have never published this, but left it overlooked.

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