• Self-help & personal development

      Master Key Arcana

      by Charles F. Haanel and others (Thomas Troward, Dr. T.R. Sanjivi, James Allen)

      When The Master Key System was first released circa 1916, it created quite a stir. It was supposedly banned by some groups and rumors abounded about it influencing some of the most wealthy and powerful people in the world. Master Key Arcana contains a wealth of new writings by Charles F. Haanel and others, some of which were “lost” as time passed. It is the perfect companion to those who have read The Master Key System. It is also a wonderful introduction to what many consider to be the finest book ever written on the powers of the mind and how to attain your goals, dreams, and desires. Included in this handy and illuminating tome are: ▪ A unique psychological chart to help assess where you stand and how you can improve. ▪ Writings about The Master Key System to help you better understand Haanel and his ideas. ▪ Writings that influenced Mr. Haanel, such as Judge Thomas Troward and Henry Drummond. ▪ Images of Haanel’s original and now rare correspondence courses. ▪ The “lost” parts of The Master Key System published for the first time in over sixty years. Master Key Arcana is a wonderful look at the influences of The Master Key System, how it influenced others, and how to best utilize it to attain your full potential. The “lost” parts are worth the price of admission alone. The results of reading this book, though, are priceless.

    • Health & Personal Development

      Crystal Human and the Crystallization Process Part II

      About the Body Crystallization Phase and Children/Adolescents of the New Time

      by Anni Sennov

    • Health & Personal Development

      Crystal Human and the Crystallization Process Part I

      About the spirit's journey into our bodies and our everyday lives

      by Anni Sennov

    • Health & Personal Development
      January 2012

      Balance on All Levels with the Crystal and Indigo Energies

      by Anni Sennov

      This book is an expanded and updated version of Anni Sennov’s previous book “Crystal Children, Indigo Children and Adults of the Future” and it gives you good all-round insight into what it means to be a New Time Indigo and Crystal child/person and how the Indigo and Crystal energies, now and in the future, will affect everyone’s lives, life values and day to day existence on Planet Earth.The Indigo and Crystal energies have already arrived on Earth. Not in the form of a strong white light or a great holy Angel descending from above but through all the children of the New Time born from the mid-1980s onwards and many more New Time children are yet to come. They are born with pure spiritual energy and total balance fully integrated in their bodies.However, for adults with a soul aura structure, the New Time energy does not appear by itself. It must be chosen consciously. You can achieve this through an AuraTransformation™, which is a permanent and radical expansion of your personal consciousness. It gives you more radiance, drive and intuition and also helps you to better define who you are and what you want.It is a condition of being aura-transformed that you read this book so that you are fully informed and aware of the effects of integrating the New Time energy into your aura.

    • Health & Personal Development
      November 2011

      The Little Energy Guide 1

      Take care of your own energy

      by Anni Sennov and Carsten Sennov

      We spend most of our time with nice, happy people – people we care about and we’d like to help and support in the best way possible. Once in a while, however, we come across people who are not good for us. These are people who try to gain access to our energy in a variety of different ways, and who we should watch out for whenever they are near us. We need to take particular care of our energy as, subconsciously, that is what these people want to get hold of. This little pocket guide can teach you how to do that. By reading the energy guide and following the instructions, you will quickly experience how, consciously, you can hold onto your energy and so be in the best position to make the most of your life.

    • Hinduism
      January 2004

      What You Would Like to Know About Karma

      by J.P. Vaswani

      Is God fair? This question that haunts us all at one time or another. What can help us answer this question is an understanding of karma - the eternal universal law of cause and effect, which is at very root of Hindu philosophy thought.

    • Self-help & personal development

      Keeping the Faith

      Daily Reflections to Build Strength, Serenity, and Passion in Your Life and the Lives of Others

      by John W. Pozzi

      THE TRUE FAITH THAT MUST BE FOUND AND KEPT IS THE FAITH IN ONESELF. Each day you give a part of yourself whether it is at work, at home, or in your daily interaction with others. How do you give of yourself? Do you hold back or go at life half-heartedly? You need to give of yourself with heart, mind, and soul all the time. You never know what interaction with a person will make a difference in their life — or yours. If you don’t believe in yourself and don’t have the confidence to grow each day, then you are missing out on what life has to offer you. This simple book will inspire you to help others. Or, at the very least, you will make another person’s day — and, therefore, your day — better.

    • Mind, Body, Spirit
      May 2015

      Golden Age, Golden Earth

      by Anni Sennov

      For millions of years energy has been coming down from above to planet Earth, with the purpose of raising the frequencies of our planet. With the dawning of the Golden Age - which began with the end of the Mayan Calendar on the 21st December 2012 - and its Golden Energy, things are starting to change. The Golden Energy and its materialisation power have been hidden deep inside the Earth for millions of years, waiting for us humans to be ready to use them in a constructive and positive way, for the benefit of the Earth and of mankind. Planet Earth is the epicentre of the integration of all energies and knowledge coming from the other planets in our solar system. The time is now right for Earth itself to take on the responsibility for future development here – and this is where the Golden Energy will play a major role. By activating the Golden Energy, you will help contribute to the Whole in the way you were born to do, by successfully living out your life purpose on a daily basis, using your spirit energy. This book will give you essential new insight as to how you fit into the bigger picture. Scandinavian author, Anni Sennov, is highly clairvoyant on the spiritual level and she has, over the years, helped many spiritual seekers to find their different consciousness platforms in life, thanks to her books, courses, workshops, lectures, transformational webinars and personal consultations. With this, her 22nd book, Anni Sennov welcomes you to the Golden Age, where you, with all your power, have an important contribution to make ♥

    • Poetry
      October 2013

      The Gift

      Revelations from the Heart

      by Horner, Christine

      It is in your darkest moments that you discover a candle burning brightly within, illuminating your way. If you sit quietly, you realize that the Universe is speaking to you; your sacred, two-way dialogue the breath of life. As humanity's Grand Awakening continues, dormant gifts and treasures once only bestowed upon masters, saints and sages are materializing in the everyday experience of ordinary lives. In this inspirational pictorial, you are invited to explore your vast nature as the Infinite. The exquisite images and accompanying poem meet you wherever you are, imparting wisdom, encouraging you to open your heart wider than you ever thought possible into the realm of unconditional love and acceptance, for yourself and the world… www.ChristineHorner.com

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      November 2012

      The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus

      The True Life and Trials of Nicholas of Myra

      by Adam C. English

      With his rosy cheeks and matching red suit—and ever-present elf and reindeer companions—Santa Claus may be the most identifiable of fantastical characters. But what do we really know of jolly old Saint Nicholas, "patron saint" of Christmastime? Ask about the human behind the suit, and the tale we know so well quickly fades into myth and folklore.In The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus, religious historian Adam English tells the true and compelling tale of Saint Nicholas, bishop of Myra. Around the fourth century in what is now Turkey, a boy of humble circumstance became a man revered for his many virtues. Chief among them was dealing generously with his possessions, once lifting an entire family out of poverty with a single--and secret--gift of gold, so legend tells. Yet he was much more than virtuous. As English reveals, Saint Nicholas was of integral influence in events that would significantly impact the history and development of the Christian church, including the Council of Nicaea, the destruction of the temple to Artemis in Myra, and a miraculous rescue of three falsely accused military officers. And Nicholas became the patron saint of children and sailors, merchants and thieves, as well as France, Russia, Greece, and myriad others.Weaving together the best historical and archaeological evidence available with the folklore and legends handed down through generations, English creates a stunning image of this much venerated Christian saint. With prose as enjoyable as it is informative, he shows why the life--and death--of Nicholas of Myra so radically influenced the formation of Western history and Christian thought, and did so in ways many have never realized. ; 1. Finding St. Nicholas2. Out of a Dying World Comes a Light3. Three Gifts and One Election4. The Work of Victory5. Riots, Beheadings, and Other Near Misfortunes6. Death Is Only the BeginningNotesRecommended ReadingsIndex

    • Christian theology
      May 2010

      Bible and Ecology

      Rediscovering the Community of Creation

      by Richard Bauckham (By (author))

      In this well-argued and timely book, Bauckham considers the relationship of humans to the rest of creation. He argues that there is much more to the Bible’s understanding of this relationship than the mandate of human dominion given in Genesis 1, which has too often been used as a justification for domination and exploitation of the earth’s resources. He also critiques the notion of stewardship as being on the one hand presumptuous, and on the other too general a term to explain our key responsibilities in caring for the earth. In countering this, he considers other biblical perspectives, including the book of Job, the Psalms and the Gospels, and re-evaluates the biblical tradition of ‘dominion’, in favour of a ‘community of creation’. With its clear analysis and thought-provoking conclusions, The Bible and Ecology is an essential read for anyone interested in a biblically grounded approach to ecology.

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      February 2017

      Fierce Imaginings

      The Great War, Ritual, Memory and God

      by Rachel Mann

      From Rachel Mann, Canon Poet-in-Residence at Manchester cathedral, comes a lyrical and very personal story of remembrance, faith, family and identity shaped by the chaos and trauma wrought by the Great War and the flux in early twentieth century Europe. Rachel brilliantly explores the significance of the War to all of us today who live under its long shadow – our shared memories, culture and the symbols and relics that linger on all around us, as well as the influence of the Great War on her grandparents and how it echoed through her childhood in 1970s Britain discovering her authentic self in God, undergoing a change of sex and experiencing chronic illness and disability. ;

    • Christian prayer
      July 2010

      Finding Your Hidden Treasure

      The Way of Silent Prayer

      by Benigus O'Rourke OSA (By (author))

      The most important journey in life is the journey inwards, to the depths of our own being. It is a journey we are all invited to make. It takes us beyond words and images into silence. The silence allows the restless mind to become still and in the stillness we enter a new world. We return to our hearts. Here we find our true selves. We discover an ancient way of finding God that has almost become lost. Slowly, we realise that we are in union with the source of life and love itself. Our whole life changes. Our goal now is to take God's love to others in our everyday lives.

    • Christian mysticism
      June 2016

      Living with the Mind of Christ

      Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality

      by Stefan Gillow Reynolds (By (author))

      Living with the Mind of Christ - introduced by Fr Laurence Freeman OSB - is a book based around the practice of ‘Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction’ (MBSR) combined with the teachings on contemplative prayer from the Christian mystic tradition. MBSR has its origins in Buddhist meditation practices and is to do with learning to ‘be’, letting go of self-analysis through fixing attention on one thing before developing awareness of the quality of the attention itself. The Christian mystical tradition is the part of Christianity which speaks of personal experience of God normally in the context of silence and stillness. Most Christian mystics talk of both finding and losing themselves in God. There is a lot of debate as to the compatibility of ‘Mindfulness’ and Christian belief. Stefan Gillow Reynolds argues that the mystical side of Christianity supports the practice of mindfulness. It aims to show how MBSR is equivalent to the essential stages on the journey of Christian self-knowledge and does not contradict advice on prayer from Christian mystics from across the centuries. By recognising the long cultural roots of contemplative practice in the west MBSR is affirmed by the mystical voices of Christianity.

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      April 2018

      Prayers for Anxiety

      And how to live best with it

      by Fay Sampson

      This simple book offers Bible verses and poems of hope and comfort, and short items of information, support and advice about anxiety. Each is accompanied by a suggested prayer. It is divided into three sections. The first group is for the use of those with anxiety. The second is for carers. And the final prayers are for the use of family, friends and the wider community. But you can use any of them with, or on behalf of, someone else.

    • Christian aspects of sexuality, gender & relationships
      May 2016

      This is my body

      Hearing the theology of transgender Christians

      by Christina Beardsley (By (author)), Michelle O'Brien (By (author))

      Much has been said and written about Trans people by theologians and church leaders, but little has been heard from Trans Christians themselves. This book collects the theological reflections of the Sibyls, a major spirituality group for transgender people and their allies. It offers a comprehensive review of existing theological, cultural and scientific literature, together with people’s experience of gender dissonance that involves negotiating the boundaries between one’s identity and religious faith.

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      February 2018

      Transfaith

      A Transgender Pastoral Care Handbook

      by Chris Dowd

      A resource for ministers and congregations who want to begin to understand and/or welcome transgender people into their congregations. The book has the following aims: to give the results of the first research based project into the experiences of trans Christians in the UK; to provide a theological and biblical framework in which ministers and congregations can begin to understand the insights and issues transgender people bring; to provide a series of insights that inform the pastoral care of transgender people, their families and friends; to provide resources in the form of liturgies and Bible studies that can be used by ministers and congregations exploring and/or experiencing these issues.

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      June 2018

      Coming Home

      by Jon Elsby

      Coming Home looks, in the broadest sense, at the Catholic Church and the phenomenon of conversion. It considers, among other things, the varied components of Catholic identity; the complex, multifaceted relations between Catholicism and postmodernism, and between Church doctrine and pastoral praxis; and the controversies between so-called conservatives and liberals over the direction the Church should take in the future. The Catholic Church, with its 2,000 years of accumulated doctrine and definition, claims to be the one and only divinely appointed repository of religious truth and wisdom, authoritatively taught and preserved for transmission to posterity. No other institution makes such a claim. It would be unwise to dismiss that claim in accordance with some dogmatic presupposition rather than weighing it impartially according to the evidence. Coming Home invites the reader to consider all the evidence before making up his or her own mind.

    • Religion & beliefs
      August 2018

      The Last Savior

      by Jalleh Doty, Pari Adli

      In the Middle East, World War Three has broken out and society is in chaos. It is a war for the last resources on planet Earth.In a middle eastern village, a young girl named Ilham, wonders if every day will be her last, as bombs and bullets go off in the distance. But fate can be fickle when a terrible event results in something wondrous.A baby will be born that could save all of humanity, a child that must be protected at all costs.But others have their own perceptions as well.

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      September 2019

      Der reformierte Schleiermacher

      by Anne Käfer

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