Archive for January 2013

The Effect – Linda Hoy

Jan 25th, 2013 | By

Chasing the White Rabbit There are some subjects I’ve been advised to avoid like the plague: Plague Cancer Death Angels And if I ever want anyone to read a book about popular science: Quantum physics. So, I’ve just erased the section explaining how, as my mother died from cancer over thirty years ago, I found

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The State of Sublime – Ilie Cioara

Jan 25th, 2013 | By

  Ilie Cioara’s description of his enlightenment. I was 55 years old. One morning, waking up from my sleep, I noticed that, psychologically, I was functioning differently from the night before. The mind had lost its usual turmoil. In a state of serenity I had never felt before, I was functioning in perfect communion with

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The Lightworkers’ Circle Guide – A Workbook for Spiritual Groups, Wendy Stokes

Jan 22nd, 2013 | By

PLANNING STAGE Preparations The circle is a symbol of unity, completeness and universality. Like the great wheel of the cosmos, it is eternal and without end – time and space are thought to be circular. Aristotle claimed that all aspects of our universe move in circles. The ancient Celts used the circle as a symbol

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Beyond Angels – Introduction, Gaile Walker

Jan 8th, 2013 | By

The sharing of experience is one of the most unifying principles of this physical world. It has taken me years of systematic inner and outer investigation to be able to share this book with you. I practiced Transcendental Meditation™ (usually known as TM) as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, for 37 years. I have also

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Homeless – from Journey Home, Jennifer Kavanagh

Jan 3rd, 2013 | By

…But homelessness is not confined to specific groups of “other” people. In 2008, the housing charity, Crisis, said that a quarter of the people using their services had had a stable home and work life before becoming homeless. One in five people in the UK described their housing situation as “unpredictable” – and that was

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