Archive for January 2014

Life Coaching – Life Changing – How to use The Law of Attraction to Make Positive Changes in Your Life by Melanie Chan

Jan 31st, 2014 | By

What is the law of attraction? The law of attraction has become popular through books such as The Law of Attraction (Esther and Jerry Hicks), The Secret (Rhonda Byrne) or Law of Attraction – Getting More of What You Want and Less of What You Don’t by Michael Losier. In some cases the law of attraction has been studied from the

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The Chakras Made Easy, Hilary H Carter

Jan 30th, 2014 | By

The Third Chakra: What Are Its Functions? This chakra is all about your own personal will. Think of it as the steering wheel in a car. When this chakra is in balance you have both hands on the wheel and you are able to stay on course towards your destination. It’s about using your will

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Take Me To Truth

Jan 22nd, 2014 | By

THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRUST: UNDOING THE EGO Trust in The Source is the most important function that is required of us in order to reach our goal of awakening to the Unified Self. In the early stages of spiritual development, the majority of our trust is still invested in the ego-self. The journey to Wholeness

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Introducing Author Maureen Minnehan Jones

Jan 22nd, 2014 | By

Maureen Minnehan Jones is a registered nurse, Guided Imagery Practitioner and creator of the Modus Operandi Technique which provides a new paradigm of health and happiness for all. She lives in California.   http://www.maureenminnehanjones.com/   Foreword: Maureen is like a world-class master chef. She has dedicatedly put all of her life experiences together in order

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Your Reiki Treatment

Jan 20th, 2014 | By

Disorientation after a Treatment What a treatment! You leave the clinic, hop into your car and can’t remember where the steering wheel is. This scenario is unrealistic but it is undeniable that a Reiki treatment can be quite disorienting. It is possible that you may feel light-headed, sleepy and unable to make quick judgments after

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Teen Spirit Series From Soul Rocks Books – May 2014!

Jan 14th, 2014 | By

This year will see the release of some truly original and innovative spiritual non-fiction titles for teenagers and young adults. This new series of soulful offerings is called ‘Teen Spirit’. We are very excited about our Teen Spirit series and are proud to be helping the next generation spiritualize their lives, starting early! Our first

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Beyond Photography excerpt

Jan 13th, 2014 | By

Here is an excerpt from one of our back list titles. Originally published by O Books it sashayed over to 6th at the point of our creation. The authors, John and Katie used to be sceptical about crop circles, angels, ghosts, fairies, UFOs and all other aspects of the paranormal. But a few years ago,

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I Am With You – A Christian devotional of channelled spiritual wisdom

Jan 6th, 2014 | By

These words of divine encouragement were given to John Woolley in his work as a hospital chaplain, and have since inspired and uplifted tens of thousands, even changed their lives.   You realise how the pattern of your life can be completely changed by a single event, and yet the world, sensing this, still does

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I Am Boundless, by Ilie Cioara

Jan 3rd, 2014 | By

The Universal Man The universal man is within each of us, Awaiting to reveal himself, through spontaneous integration; It all depends on us – becoming free from the ancestral bondage, From our ancient shell: the conflictual “ego”. “Psychological Emptiness” is the gate to Boundlessness, One with It, spontaneously, we expand; Love and Wisdom are our

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Returning to Sacred World, Stephen Gray

Jan 2nd, 2014 | By

In the Time of Crisis and Transformation If it were possible, I’d boil the information in this book down to a few crisp reminders, things like: don’t turn your head away; be open to all possibilities; learn how to settle your discursive mind; pay attention; keep breathing, keep letting go; and maybe most important of

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