Archive for October 2014

Guest Blog from Marcia Brennan Author of The Heart of the Hereafter

Oct 31st, 2014 | By

Not Yet, No Longer, and Always: Reimagining Time at the End of Life   In my new book, The Heart of the Hereafter: Love Stories from the End of Life, I describe the many types of love that arise while working with people at the end of life.  This book is the result of my

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Kevin West and Ann Merivale’s Publication Day

Oct 31st, 2014 | By

 6th Books is thrilled to publish these two books today. The Psychic & Spiritual Awareness Manual by Kevin West and Ann Merivale’s, Life Without Elgar   The Psychic & Spiritual Awareness Manual is aimed at people who wish to develop their psychic and spiritual awareness in a very practical way. Although organically linked, each chapter deals with a separate

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Are YOU a Happy Being at Work?

Oct 29th, 2014 | By

Clear Thinking from Mike George There are probably not too many people who just love going to work every day! Is your job a labour of love or a labour of… labour? The ‘world of work’ is based on a simple exchange of our energy and expertise in return for some money!   However, just the

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Your Body, Brain and Mind Relationships by Karstein Bjastad

Oct 27th, 2014 | By

Your Body, Brain and Mind Relationships In spirituality the concept of cause is important. This is particularly so in non-dualistic spirituality where it is emphasized that the mind it always at cause. And we do not concern ourselves with effects per se, since that would be similar to being concerned with the arrangement of the

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Free Fiction ebooks Today

Oct 24th, 2014 | By

A selection of ebooks from JHP fiction imprints are free today – Friday 24th October. Clicking on the cover will take you to each individual publisher’s site and from there you can go to Amazon.co.uk or .com      



Rev. Dr. Karen Tate Author Interview

Oct 24th, 2014 | By

Our latest author interview is with Rev. Dr. Karen Tate Hello, how do you describe yourself? I’ve spent the last two decades studying the Sacred Feminine as deity, archetype and ideal. I’ve had four books published, (those listed above as well as Sacred Places of Goddess: 108 Destinations published by CCC Publishing), lead sacred tours, teach,

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Celebrity Endorsement for Toxic World, Toxic People

Oct 20th, 2014 | By

Toxic World, Toxic People by Anna Victoria Rodgers has been receiving some great press since it’s launch a couple of month’s ago. It has now received another new celebrity endorsement, from Jo Wood (ex-wife of Rolling Stone Ronnie). Jo is a passionate campaigner in an organic healthy lifestyle. She adored the book and here is

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Love Is Kind – A Meditation by Barbara Berger

Oct 20th, 2014 | By

Love Is Kind – A Meditation Here is one of my favorite meditations. One of the most effective and wonderful ways to heal problems—whether they be relationship problems, health problems or financial problems—is to mediate on and contemplate Love. Meditating on Love is also a wonderful shortcut to experiencing the bliss of being. Here is

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The Heart of the Hereafter, Marcia Brennan – Review

Oct 18th, 2014 | By

        I give this book five very large stars! Having for many years had a great interest in the subject of death and dying, I did at one time have a hunch that I would myself at some point be working with people who were facing death. But it in due course

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Deborah Lloyd Author Interview

Oct 17th, 2014 | By

Welcome to our latest author interview with Deborah Lloyd Hello, how do you describe yourself?  I am a person who is living a challenging, and joyous, life (like all of us are). Having grown up with the aftermath of polio, and experiencing the death of my father when I was a teenager, profoundly affected my life. I

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