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This book is about the spiritual evolution of man and how to establish the conditions necessary for the development of divine powers, in the same sense that a seed becomes a plant by the aid of the earth, water, air, and fire and the action of the invisible force. Learn and benefit from practical lessons to help develop and elevate conscious awareness through thought by observing and applying the laws of nature in your business and day-to-day life. "Knowledge is knowing the facts; Wisdom is...
Have you ever felt like something was holding you back? Do you feel like you cannot let go of a particular moment in your life? Do you feel like if you could just let go of that significant hour, day, month, year, or a decade, your current life would be completely transformed? Your love life, your marriage, your passion, your peace, your friendships, your career, your relationships in your family, and most importantly, the way you feel about yourself and the world would be different!
We all want to be happy and enjoy a life free of pain and suffering. Healing is a journey, meaning working layer by layer to remove the root cause of the pain. In this book, Janet shares with you her insights on simple writing and word-related tools to strip away negative emotions, switch unhelpful self-talk and change limiting beliefs. Simple and highly effective ways to bring back harmony and happiness into your life.
Cate's life is mundane until everything changes when she makes a New Year's resolution - one that she is determined to stick to. In doing so, she brings about the shifts she has longs for, no more diets, no more living on auto-pilot, it is time to accept herself for who she truly is.
It's not supposed to be about love ... until it is. One fateful night changed my life forever and brought secrets to light I never could have imagined, leaving me parentless, penniless, and caring for an ailing sister. My father was not the man I thought I knew, and his greed and sickness have left me with virtually nothing to use to care for my sister and get her the treatments she needs to maybe one day walk again. And now, we might lose our house, as well.
Twenty-six-year-old bodybuilder Gunter Hoffman sports enormous muscles to keep at bay nightmares of his childhood nemesis, a menacing homeless guy with PTSD known as Detour Man. But even with a body that’s six feet in all directions, Gunter’s afraid of people—and lonely.
Fun, amusing, sometimes rowdy and always delightfully full of Australian colour, this collection of Australian Bush poems is best read out loud--if you dare to try an Aussie accent!
Are you someone who has trouble stringing together a few words in nearly every conversation and your idea of an absolute nightmare is standing in the front of a room and addressing a large gathering? Do you suffer from occasional or frequent bouts of indecision, lack of motivation, the inability to set priorities and a tendency to start new tasks before completing others?
Vidan was again reaching out to the stars: sadder and wiser...and cautious, unwilling to repeat the mistakes of the ancestors. The Commonwealth was born, reaching out to lost colonies and establishing new ones, rediscovering lost technology and how to navigate the star-ways. Many of the lost colonies not only survived but thrived--and they remembered their abandonment and the harsh centuries of the Downfall...
The Timestream is at least six known versions of Planet Earth arranged in hexagonal fashion. Each has different histories and societies, some different geologies, but all share the same physical laws and chronology. At critical historical points on one of the planets, crucial decisions result in two Earths with the same prior history but differing subsequent ones. Major events on neighbouring planets in the Timestream affect each other strongly...

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