Conscious Women-Conscious Lives Book Two

Author: Darlene Montgomery

Publisher: White Knight Press

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 197

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The second in the series Conscious Women-Conscious Lives offers more extraordinary stories of healing and transformation by some of North America's leading women authorities on healing, spirituality and body mind wisdom. Each story is true and each brings healing, understanding, comfort and proof of women's courage. These stories show how the journey of facing some of life's greatest obstacles can be followed by a joyous emergence from the darkness of despair, and a return to the light of life, love and new wisdom. Themes include: Finding Meaning in Loss, Finding Life's Purpose, Learning to let go of a Loved one, The Gift in Illness and Loss, Turning Life's Obstacles into Stepping Stones, Rising to the Challenge, Overcoming the Fear of Death, Surviving and triumphing after life threatening illness. These true stories written by women, for women, help open the heart, heal the spirit, and bring peace of mind during some of life's most challenging times. As each author brings a treasure from her own rich experience, she contributes to the pool of wisdom we share on this planet of how each of us can meet our greatest fears to rise again with wisdom, grace and courage. Whatever challenges you presently face, these stories offer hope, reassurance, comfort and proud examples of the resilient nature and courage of women.

The Kundalini Book of Living & Dying : Gateways to Higher Consciousness

Author: Ravindra Kumar

Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 274

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This comprehensive study of Kundalini energy nad how to awaken it within oneself includes methods, techniques, and examples of achieving higher consciousness, Kundalini awakening and self-realization. There is a spiritual energy dormant below the base of the spine. In the east it is called the Kundalini, but whatever name it is called, it is a common denominator in all major religions. People with awakened Kundalini experience death before physically dying through visions and out of body experiences, ultimately leading to a spiritual rebirth. A twice-born person simultaneously enjoys the best of this world and the next through an inner journey that conquers fears of dealth. That inner journey travels the world of meditation and unconscious dreams, as well as actual near-death experience.

The Peril of Knowing: The Conscious Dreamer Series Book 2

Author: Sharolyn G. Brown

Publisher: Moon-kissed Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page:

View: 638

Sometimes we’re our own worst enemy. Without giving it a second thought, Lauren left her life behind and joined the fight against the imminent alien invasion. However, when it doesn’t seem like any progress is being made, she takes matters into her own hands. And gets kidnapped. Roxal may have escaped the false gods who enslaved her, but she doesn’t feel free. Living within a Resistor group, she gets an up-close view of their fight against her former captors. But this leaves Roxal struggling to come to terms with what people do in the name of war. Both Lauren and Roxal are fighting to make their lives make sense again. Can Lauren successfully stop the aliens planning to invade Earth? And can Roxal figure out who the enemy really is before it’s too late? Will these women be able to survive the danger that comes from knowing the truth? The Complete Conscious Dreamer Series Includes: The Heaviness of Knowing, Conscious Dreamer Series Book 1 The Peril of Knowing, Conscious Dreamer Series Book 2 The Sacrifice of Knowing, Conscious Dreamer Series Book 3 Science Fiction series, aliens, alien invasion, thriller, alternate dimension, parallel dimension, scifi, sci fi, alien planet, dystopian, metaphysical

A Conscious Life

Navigating Critical Stages and Aspects of Life Successfully

Author: Funmi Oyetunji

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 234

View: 721

In my observation of lives around me, I often wonder, What happened there? I imagine what that person might have done to contribute to the success or failure of their own life. Usually, a life attracts my attention because of its exceptionalityfor good or for bad. Over time, I have come to see that many people seem to wander through life, just to wake up one day, usually at about middle age, and realize that their life had happened while they were not looking! This is a clarion call and encouragement to consciousness and deliberateness in living the life one would be proud of in the end. It is also a summary of the lessons I have learned from my own experiences or from books and other resources I have used in my quest for answers on the subject of life. The chapters are arranged based on the different stages and aspects to point out signposts, road junctions, and time lines that the reader can expect to navigate on the journey of life. It is to bring consciousness to the consideration and planning that the different aspects of life need for your own particular journey. The book must not be read in a particular sequence; you can read particular chapters or aspects as required by your particular stage, situation, or need for counsel at different times. Different chapters will be more applicable and enlightening for different readers at different times. It could be growing up and career building time for some, marriage and parenting for others. It might be about maneuvering middle and old age for yet another. In the end, no one can control all aspects of life all the time, but you can be awake and write your own story by making things happen instead of just waiting and watching them happen, accepting whatever life brings. Make your life happen.

Consciousness of God Book 2

Realisation

Author: Bob Harding

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 324

View: 917

In the frozen wastelands of Gelidus one man's despair gradually turns to realisation. A realisation that wrongs must be righted. A realisation of an unspoken capability within. A realisation that all that was believed lost may not be so.

Conscious Spending. Conscious Life.

An Uncommon Guide to Navigating the Consumer Culture

Author: Laurana Rayne

Publisher: Laurana Rayne

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 410

View: 943

Conscious Spending, Conscious Life is a manual for anyone who wants to move from unconscious consumption to conscious spending. Why would you? In a consumer world, it's incredibly easy to make poor choices that haunt us for years. Usually, we are deep in difficulty by the time anyone stops us. The best approach is conscious spending. Presenting a timeless philosophy in the context of modern life, Conscious Spending, Conscious Life will enrich the way you look at money and at life. Packed with practical information and thought-provoking ideas, it helps you think for yourself and make satisfying decisions. Based on Laurana Rayne's long-time experience as a college instructor, Conscious Spending, Conscious Life is sprinkled with personal anecdotes, relevant stories, clearly-written examples, and useful diagrams. This is not a textbook. Int is intended to inspire everyone to broaden their perspectives, ask questions, think independently, and cultivate common sense, Parents and grandparents will recognize it as a worthwhile resource for family members starting out on their own. Those with more life experience will find valuable perspectives to augment their current thinking about money and their lives. It's the kind of book that can be reread many times, in whole or in part, because what the reader derives will vary depending on his or her stage in life.

Conscious Women Rock the Page: Using Hip-Hop Fiction to Incite Social Change

Author: Marcella Runell Hall

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 164

View: 508

Three award-winning activists and novelists-Black Artemis, E-Fierce, and J-Love, join social justice educator Marcella Runell Hall and a diverse team of seasoned educators to develop this collection of engaging and timely standards-referenced lesson plans for 6-12 and beyond. These lessons explore the tools of oppression that keep us divided such as violence, patriarchy and racism. The lessons are based on the popular books: The Sista Hood: On the Mic, Picture Me Rollin' and That White Girl.

CONSCIOUS DINNER PARTIES

A Girlfriend’s Guide to 9 Transformational Gatherings

Author: Jyl Auxter

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 116

View: 616

A profound shift in consciousness is occurring—one girlfriend at a time! Conscious Dinner Parties … A Girlfriend’s Guide to 9 Transformational Gatherings is written for conscious females of all ages who love to learn, grow and spend time in their kitchens. This riveting keepsake inspires women to cook healthy, gourmet dishes with loads of excitement. It’s the perfect gift. Nine influential dining experiences are innocent teaching tools for personal transformation and spiritual growth. The first seven dinner parties are carefully designed. The last two events are an invitation for inner exploration and creativity—the Mystery Parties. Discover your true nature and conscious contribution in the company of favorite friends. Be the best girlfriend in this life. Surround yourself with other spiritually conscious women and initiate a bond of sacred sisterhood. Nothing is more important than creating time to nurture healthy relationships and share the love. It’s time to party with a purpose.

The consciousness of D.H. Lawrence

an intellectual biography

Author: Daniel J. Schneider

Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 207

View: 991

Fighting for Life

Contest, Sexuality, and Consciousness

Author: Walter J. Ong

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 240

View: 182

"Fighting for Life is a book about contest, the agonia of the Greek arena, and its roots in male life, especially academia. Ong describes this work as an 'excavation' which was prompted by his previous explorations of such areas as the characteristics of oral and literate cultures, Peter Ramus and his 16th-century intellectual milieu, and the early dominance and more recent decline of classical rhetoric in education. In Fighting for Life, he weaves the results of a year's study of agonistic structures running through the biological, social, and noetic worlds. Describing his text as an 'essay in noobiology,' the biological roots of human consciousness, Ong claims that 'contest has been a major factor in organic evolution and it turns out to have been a major, and seemingly essential, factor in intellectual development.' . . . The work is a valuable synthesis of a wide body of research and theory."-Rhetoric Society Quarterly