Soul Rocks Books

Ariadne’s Thread and Our Inner Self

Sep 12th, 2018 | By

by Sarah-Jane Menato   The word myth has many meanings. It can mean a lie; it can also mean an oral legacy passed down from pre-recorded history. Myths are sometimes seen as history distorted by being passed down, and sometimes as metaphors and allegories for inner processes – stories that are symbolically but not factually “true”.

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Naked Tarot: The Fool

Aug 15th, 2018 | By

by Janet Boyer Extract from Naked Tarot Stripped Down Overview: When you idolize Pee Wee Herman, long for Michael Jackson’s backyard amusement park or wish for Peter Pan’s eternal youth, you be a Fool, fool. Perched on a precipice without a parachute, ignoring the warnings of both dog and man, we can’t figure out if

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Reclaiming Yourself from Binge Eating

Jul 19th, 2018 | By

Releasing Your Fear of the Binge Food by Leora Fulvio Diane, a 34-year-old woman, believed that once she started eating chocolate, she would not be able to stop until whatever she was eating was gone. Unfortunately, she had the problem of consistently bingeing on chocolate. During a session that we had during the spring, I

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The Made Easy Series

Jul 15th, 2018 | By

BUILD YOUR OWN SPIRITUAL /SELF-HELP LIBRARY – INSTANTLY ! John Hunt Publishing’s various imprints have built a series of Made Easy titles.  They cover a whole multitude of spiritual ideas and disciplines.  It is a collection of brief introductions which reveal alternative spiritual insights, paths and truths to new and experienced seekers whatever their current faith, practice

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Blessing Prayer for the Universe and Humanity

Jul 6th, 2018 | By

by Carolyn Bowyer reprinted in Pierre Pradervand’s new book 365 Blessing to Heal Myself and the World Image: lumina_obscura, Pixabay Let us bless the Universe that we reside in, all the planets and their satellites, the asteroids and the comets and meteors and all the stars beyond.. Let us bless the Earth, our planet, the air

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Meditations on Self-Discipline and Failure

Jun 24th, 2018 | By

A Review by NancyEichhorn in Somatic Psychotherapy Today William Ferraiolo’s newest book, Meditations on Self-Discipline and Failure: Stoic Exercises for Mental Fitness, is written in the style of philosophical approach based on the Stoics. While the word ‘stoic’ means to endure pain and suffering without complaining or showing your feelings, a Stoic, with a capital S, dates back to 300

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Symbols and Mantras the Japanese Way

Jun 7th, 2018 | By

by Frans Stiene Many symbols and mantras are used within traditional Japanese spiritual teachings. By looking at these traditional Japanese spiritual practices, we can start to see how Mikao Usui used the symbols and mantras in his teachings. Within the teachings, the symbols are focus tools; they help us to stay mindful. Now we can

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Abiding in Awareness: A Tribute to Russel Williams

May 11th, 2018 | By

by Steve Taylor and Paul Shambrook Russel Williams died on April 9th 2018, at the age of 96. He was a remarkable man, who lived a remarkable life. Although he was a spiritual teacher for sixty years, he remained largely unknown until three years ago, when the book Not I, Not Other than I was

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BUILD YOUR OWN SPIRITUAL /SELF-HELP LIBRARY – MADE EASY !

Apr 17th, 2018 | By

John Hunt Publishing’s various imprints have built a series of Made Easy titles.  They cover a whole multitude of spiritual ideas and disciplines.  It is a collection of brief introductions which reveal alternative spiritual insights, paths and truths to new and experienced seekers whatever their current faith, practice or creed. All titles are available now

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SoulWork: Making A Start

Apr 9th, 2018 | By

by Jane Bailey Bain We all know that feeling. It’s always hard to start a project. There are always other things that seem more pressing. When you’re planning something that really matters, of course it can seem overwhelming. Not doing anything is a sort of safety mechanism, isn’t it: by not taking the risk, you

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