Archive for October 2015

Publication Day from 6th Books

Oct 30th, 2015 | By

Drum roll  please… On Publication Day we bring you: What Dwells Within ~ A Study of Spirit Attachment What is spirit attachment if not the very definition of a haunting? It is believed that ghosts haunt areas that the deceased were either fond of or met their demise within, and there are countless volumes dedicated

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Soothing Vibes for Hectic Living …

Oct 26th, 2015 | By

“In your face” is how life seems to be so much of the time. And in so many ways… banner headlines, sound-bites, bright lights, advertising… high speed, high volume, high energy. It’s thrilling, stimulating, invigorating, sometimes scary… full on or full off, and blinding in its impact. Yes – blinding. A world of primary colours

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NCB Awareness Month: Vits, Tips and Resources

Oct 24th, 2015 | By

by Margaret Cahill from her ongoing blog There wasn’t room for this in the book, and websites and information change all the time, so I thought it would be better to post it on the blog. Here is a regularly updated list of the supplements, therapies and general bits and pieces I found helpful during

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Cheeky Bibliomancy – Spiritual Life Will Rock, Then Suck, Then On and On…

Oct 22nd, 2015 | By

Welcome to our beautiful, thought provoking and/or thought challenging random wisdom. The wisdom will be taken from one of our many Soul Rocks titles, and will be as random as the publisher picking up the book, opening it to wherever it falls and quoting the most inspirational thing she sees! Consider this bibliomancy (divination through the

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NCB Awareness Month: B17 Treatment for Lung Cancer

Oct 21st, 2015 | By

You Can Beat Lung Cancer by Carl O. Helvie, R.N., Dr.P.H. Can you overcome lung cancer without harsh chemicals, surgery and debilitation? Are alternative interventions effective? Why do conventional physicians not use them? Can you prevent cancer recurrences and live into old age without chronic diseases and prescribed medications? This book answers these and other

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NCB Awareness Month: The Case of the Disappearing Cancer

Oct 20th, 2015 | By

by Dr Louis Heyse-Moore Extract: The referral seemed quite straightforward: a request for home support for a woman with advanced, metastatic cancer. I noted from information given that she had a huge tumour filling perhaps a third of her abdomen along with widespread secondary tumours. From previous experience with patients with a similar story, I thought

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NCB Awareness Month: Dancing with Cancer

Oct 18th, 2015 | By

Chemo Support I gradually built up a regime which I’m sure helped me through the chemo. I’m including it here in case it’s of use to anyone, but stress these were just my personal choices. Vitamins D and K (supportive of chemotherapy) Slippery elm regularly, to aid the digestive system, including putting a paste of

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We Are Not Just The Physical Body – How We Exist In Multiple Dimensions

Oct 17th, 2015 | By

Extract From Less Incomplete by Sandi Gustus In this extract Sandi Gustus, citing the work of Brazilian consciousness researcher, Waldo Vieira MD, explains in detail how our different bodies exist in multiple dimensions.   Just as the dweller in his body passes through childhood, youth, and old age, so at death he merely passes into

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NBC Awareness Month: Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools

Oct 16th, 2015 | By

Coping Tools – We’ll get you through this – Tools for cancer’s emotional pain from a melanoma and breast cancer survivor By Barbara Tako Things that comfort or soothe me during breast cancer treatment Being with my husband Being with my daughters Being with my friends Talk therapy Being in my breast cancer support group

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Empathy: Life Must Go On by Machel Shull

Oct 15th, 2015 | By

Extract from Live Love Soul This journey is not always fair. Tragedies happen every day. So we must learn to have more empathy for others and their plight. Have more empathy for those who have lost. Choose to feel for them, carry a moment of their sorrow. Feel their pain. Be human enough to care

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