Suresh Ramaswamy has created this indispensable resource charged with high vibrations of light, designed to take you to your highest potential. You will discover what life is truly about, learn practices to experience a deeper reality rooted in beingness, and understand how to live from that reality. Uplifting, inspirational, and overflowing with beautiful jewels of wisdom, Just Be will transform you, leading you to a life of infinity pulsating with love, peace, and joy. Dana Marrocco. If laughter is the best medicine for physical illness, imagine what it might do for spiritual ailments.
Educational psychologist and "self-help stand-up comedian" Dana Marrocco explores this idea in her first book, a work inspired by A Course in Miracles. Dana explains that the ego — the fear-soaked part of our mind — is happiest when we try to do everything it asks, even when it makes little sense. Following in the footsteps of Marianne Williamson, Gerald R.
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Jampolsky, M. Recommending a gentle, light hearted "roasting" of our self-deceptions, Dr. Dana tackles ten of the typical ego lies. Each of the ten lies comes with a twenty-four-hour challenge: to refrain from acting on or believing it for one day. With the rare, deft touch of someone who has actually tested her spiritual studies against everyday challenges, Dr.
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Dana offers a trustworthy, down-to-earth guide to recognizing the typical lies we all tell ourselves—and how to stop believing them. Walkabout to Wisdom, an inspiring, beguiling, and evocative story from the Australian Outback, will leave you enthralled and enchanted so universal are its themes and so important is its message today. From the majestic vastness of its deserts to the rugged beauty of its ranges and gorges, Lachlan's soulful tale will take you to the most captivating places on the Australian continent.
His love for the land, and respect for its capacity to heal and awaken all, will mesmerise you with its insight, honesty, and humanity. An Invitation to Love by William A. Barry, SJ. What if, instead, you could go on a personal at-home prayer retreat with one of the most experienced and best-loved spiritual directors of our day? An Invitation to Love provides a practical and adaptable sequence of prayer sessions on the great commandment of the Christian faith: to love God and love our neighbor.
All other aspects of a healthy and hopeful life grow from our practices of love. Loving God will transform us into people who can love our neighbors, too, whoever they are. The middle is safe and secure with little need for faith and belief.
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God, however, sends us to the margins of life and ourselves, so we can learn to trust Him. Did the woman, who was supposed to love you, nurture you and protect you, leave you feeling abandoned, worthless and scared? Have you struggled your entire life to fill the void of her absence? Oommen examines decades of her battle with soul-wounding from her mother and mother figures. She shares her gut-wrenching personal account of childhood trauma, neglect, rejection, and abuse. She takes you on her journey to pick up the broken pieces of her early childhood which she carried into adulthood, and shares her deepest emotions of hurt, anger, and loneliness with honesty and courage.
Picking Up the Shards testifies to the unbroken resilience of the human spirit. Anita knows first-hand and has lived through and faced the incredibly painful experiences of childhood traumas and has come out triumphantly on the other side. In Small Simple Ways: An Ignatian Daybook for Healthy Spiritual Living, author, editor, and retreat leader Vinita Hampton Wright offers her trademark compassion and encouragement to lift readers up and help propel them forward.
This book covers 52 weeks Monday through Sunday structured into four-week sections focusing on a principle of spiritual growth as taught by St. Each day connects the general focus with a specific aspect or action of healthy spiritual life such as Compassion, Discernment, Generosity, Gratitude, and Integrity. Sundays are reserved as a day for resting our hearts in God. Through practice and repetition of these basic thoughts and actions that build upon themselves over the course of a year, Small Simple Ways will help you step into your future with good, healthy spiritual habits.
The Last Letter by Andy Chaleff. The Last Letter is a thirty-year journey to make peace with the past. Andy was born into a family with a loving mother and a violent father. His mother was his rock, his safe place, the person he cherished most. Soon after he graduated high school, she was hit and killed by a drunk driver.
Plunged into a deep depression, he spent the next two decades running away from his pain. Eventually, his pain caught up with him. He was forced to confront it once and for all. What he discovered in his healing process is that suffering can be a profound source of guidance and comfort. For much of his life, sadness sabotaged and crippled him. But he learned to transform it into vulnerability and then action. With piercing clarity and refreshing honesty, Andy shares his story to inspire readers to embrace pain and surrender to reality as it is, with all the healing, love, happiness, peace, and freedom that brings.
When Jennifer Monahan announced her intention to leave her well-established career as a business strategy consultant and give up her rent-controlled apartment in San Francisco to do a global walkabout for an undetermined amount of time, her friends and family thought she was insane.go to link
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Living in a thatched-roof hut in a tiny village, Monahan connected with local shamans and participated in their ancient rituals, became fully integrated into the daily life of a local family, and ultimately faced down some of the greatest losses and long-buried pain she had experienced. Peggy Weber has spent much of her life wondering, and doubting, if she is enough: smart enough, attractive enough, holy enough, impressive enough.
She knows that she is not alone in having these feelings. Each chapter also includes a guided Examen and practical ways to put this discovered truth of value into practice. This is the perfect book for women searching to rediscover their own self-worth and tune out the voices of self-doubt and insecurity while tuning into the truth that we are all created and loved by God, and that is enough.
Soul Conversations reveals how you can tap into your soul's wisdom, connect with the universe, and communicate with loved ones and guides in the spirit world. Drawing on the author's extensive training and experience, you'll learn how to develop intuition, cultivate your "soul senses," and create a personal spirituality that interweaves the invisible world with the everyday fabric of your life.
We are all connected--to each other and to an infinite intelligence that some call spirit, source, universe, or God. To come to the understanding that we are spiritual beings having a human experience, we must reacquaint ourselves with our very essence, or soul. This book invites you to embark on that magical journey and explore the eternity of the universe within each of us. Imagining the Unimaginable by Richard Rowe. When a system engineer and inventor of over one-hundred and twenty US patents analyzes and models the afterlife from only first-hand evidence culled from thousands of Near-death experiences NDEs and past-life regression hypnosis sessions, a divine system emerges.
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After nearly dying from a blood clot in , author and inventor Richard Rowe began a spiritual journey to answer age-old questions: What happens after we die? Is there an afterlife? Why is there so much suffering in the world? Why do bad things happen to good people? To answer these questions and many others, Richard uses over thirty years of inventing and system engineering experience to examine insights from first-hand NDEs.
When his questions get deeper, Richard must search beyond NDEs for answers.
He expands his reference material to the first-hand reports of people under past-life regression hypnosis, then goes one step further and includes insights from personal experimentation with past-life regression hypnosis. Resurrection Lily shares a story of inheritance and intuition, of what can surface in the body and the spirit when linked by DNA.
As Amy Byer Shainman discovers she has inherited a BRCA gene mutation that puts her at high risk of developing certain cancers, she struggles to come to terms with preventively removing her breasts when she does not have a breast cancer diagnosis.
Through her experience making decisions about her health, Amy becomes invigorated with purpose and establishes herself as a leading advocate for those with BRCA and other hereditary cancer syndromes, tirelessly working to educate others facing the same daunting reality. Painting a timely and moving portrait of what it feels like to carry a BRCA gene mutation, Resurrection Lily provides firsthand insight into the patient experience.
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Weaved throughout Amy's open and vulnerable story is the expertise of her doctors, education from top medical experts in cancer genetics, and whispered lifesaving guidance from her grandmother Lillian. Love Without Distance: A Heartscape of Art and Verse celebrates human relationships and a bountiful intimacy with the Divine through art and poetry.
Dorothy Bury Shaw's lush, intricate artwork stretches across an ephemeral existence to touch the hearts of readers who are hurting, struggling, wrestling inner demons, and feeling disconnected from those they love and from the God they long to know. Her verse is eloquently simple yet multifaceted as it focuses readers on a range of experiences. Love Without Distance taps into the darkest recesses where latent emotions reside, shedding gentle, penetrating light to soothe the heart and bring clarity to the restless soul.