Sacred Wounds

Succeeding Because of Life's Pain

Author: Jan Goldstein

Publisher: Harper Collins


Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

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In this immensely affecting and empowering guide, Jan Goldstein teaches readers how to take their most emotionally painful life events -- their spiritual wounds -- and transform them into a source of power and well-being. Goldstein's life-affirming program is inspired by his own heartbreak: the February morning when he was faced with the sudden news that his twelve-year marriage was ending, leaving Goldstein with primary custody of their three small children. Though paralyzed at first by feelings of loss and depression, Goldstein eventually discovered that the pain allowed him and his children a deeper appreciation for the simple moments of joy -- that his once "broken" family was succeeding not despite its wounds, but because of them. In Sacred Wounds, Goldstein reveals the secret to finding strength in challenging and often traumatic events, outlining a life-changing nine-step process to help readers move through heartache and toward healing. In clear, compassionate language, he refutes the notion of pain as a destroyer, drawing on the compelling stories of many of the people he has counseled along the way: Rick and Sara, who are plagued by infertility; Yvette, an aspiring man who battles her secular desires; Steve, for whom a frightening diagnosis portends the end...and then the beginning of hope. Remarkably affecting and inspiring, Goldstein's stories confirm that we are all well equipped to deal with the inevitable hurts and heartbreaks in life -- if only we release our preconceptions, acknowledge the strengthening power of our wounds, and follow the nine steps to a spiritual rebirth. Indispensable for anyone suffering through spiritual and emotional difficulties, Sacred Wounds is the key to shifting our perceptions and finding new strength and success in the painful experiences we all endure.

The Sacred Theory of the Earth

In which are Set Forth the Wisdom of God Displayed in the Works of the Creation, Salvation, and Consummation of All Things ...

Author: Thomas Burnet



Category: Cosmogony

Page: 716

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Healing Through the Akashic Records

Using the Power of Your Sacred Wounds to Discover Your Soul's Perfection

Author: Linda Howe

Publisher: Sounds True


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 272

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Imagine opening a book that told the story of your life—and, suddenly, you realized that the painful parts held the key to knowing yourself as completely whole, well, and good. As many of Linda Howe’s students have found, this is the transformative process that we can experience through the Akashic Records, an energetic archive of the soul and its journey. With Healing Through the Akashic Records, you will learn how we can use our wounds—the behaviors or ideas that we hold about ourselves—as a path to inner peace, as you explore: Embracing the spiritual practice of unconditional self-love and transform your relationship with yourself to resolve your primary sacred wounds—the hurtful events, people, or circumstances that are holding you back How to shift from resentment to forgiveness and gain freedom from limiting patterns Tools and tips for making choices that nurture your most authentic self for your highest good Three ways to activate your inner “Ascension Matrix” to help you realize your hopes and dreams Healing Through the Akashic Records offers practical wisdom and consciousness-shifting tools for developing a richer connection with our innermost self, more satisfying relationships with others, a greater sense of aliveness, and increased joy for living.

The Fathers of the Desert

Author: Emily F. Bowden

Publisher: Aeterna Press


Category: Religion


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The lives of the Saints of the Desert have ever exercised a wonderful influence over the minds, not only of Catholics, but of all who call themselves Christians; nor is it difficult to comprehend why it should be so now, more than ever. The age in which we live distinguishes itself above all others by a restless longing to realize the past. Men are searching bog and marsh, moor and river, the wide expanse of downs, the tops of mountains and the bottom of lakes to find out how our ancestors lived, and to reproduce the men of the age of stone, bronze, or iron. The same sort of yearning curiosity exercises itself on the early Christians. If we had only Eusebius and Sozomen, it would be utterly impossible to picture to ourselves what were our ancestors in Christ. The Catacombs tell us much, but they are comparatively dumb. In the lives of the Desert-saints, we have a most strangely anthentic insight into the very hearts and thoughts as well as the way of life of men and women who lived hundreds of years ago. Aeterna Press