Author: Shakti Gawain
Publisher: New World Library
Release Date: 2010-10-14
In this powerful book, Shakti brings us an exciting message for the new millennium. Questioning the traditional transcendent spiritual path, and challenging many popular New Age beliefs, she describes the journey we must all make in order to heal ourselves and our planet.
Author: Robert Shapiro
Publisher: Light Technology Communication Services
Release Date: 2017-05
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
As you read this material, this is what to keep in mind: Your path might be completely different from what this book attempts to show you. So when you read this material, don't think, ?I can't possibly do that.' Rather, think about what is familiar to you.You will experience times when you have read a page or two and something feels as if it resonates within you. It might not be a sequence of words that you find in a paragraph. It could be words that came together from different paragraphs, creating in you a sense of familiarity. This tells you that these books are not just about thoughts or ideas. The books are about transformation.Even if you have difficulty reading the books in the language they are in, go through them and put your hands on some of the pages, or touch the pages to your arms or other parts of your body to see whether the books ? with all the words, letters, symbols, and numbers ? can in some way trigger a dream, a vision, or a moment of inspiration in you that helps to bring about a better life for you and those around you.Good luck, and good life in this pursuit. ? IsisChapters IncludeYou Traverse to Your Home Planet in Deep SleepSolar Flares Bring More Creative and Astrological Capabilities and TalentsAllowing Perception without Judgment Moves You to 3.56A Stable Pathway to the Next Dimension Was Created on 1/11/11The Stabilized Passage way to the Eden Version of Earth Is ReadyOld Ways of Life Fall Away, and Eden Is AheadEarth Changes and How to HelpShift Your Energy ProductionAdapt Now to SurviveYou Are Losing the Mask You Created to SurviveYou Are Being Activated from Inside to Become Your Spirit Self in Your Day-to-Day LifeThe Polarity Reversal Affects MenEarth and Humans Are More Electric Now
Author: Ricky III Roberts
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Release Date: 2013-04-16
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
What is keeping me from living my fullest potential? Do I find joy in the little things in life? These are all questions Ricky invites readers to face in their Transformation as they evaluate and change their life in this inspirational book. Take a journey within with Ricky Roberts III's latest book, Awakening the New You: The Path to Transformation. The author shares his heart felt reflections with the reader as he looks deeply at his own life and the understandings he has reached in his efforts to live a life of happiness. Roberts uses a non-abrasive approach to encourage the reader to reflect on their life and gives insightful suggestions as to where and how to begin. Transformation only occurs with our willingness to take the steps. Start living a life of peace and joy today. This self-help book is an honest approach to the positive thinking habits and outlooks Ricky has adopted in his own transformation process and gives the reader much to think about in their own life.
Winding through the uncertainties of life and weaving in among the weaknesses that plague you daily is a shining path. Your first step on this path is your first step away from the things you hate most about yourself, and your first step into the divine transformation your heart has been longing for. The Believer’s Journey sets forth profound and revelatory truths that can teach you how to have your own walk with God instead of having to walk with Him vicariously through others. • Part I: Grasp what it means to be born again. Unlock essential truths about the identity of every believer in Christ. • Part II: Witness the journey of the Apostle Paul, who took these truths the distance. Explore the great apostle’s map into the heart of God. • Part III: Detect how to partner with the Holy Spirit to grow a deep and unlimited relationship with God. By the time you are finished reading, reflecting, and incorporating these truths, your depth in the Spirit may never be the same. Let The Believer’s Journey: God’s Path of Transformation steer you along this sacred path.
Author: Theolyn Cortens
Publisher: Hachette UK
Release Date: 2011-08-04
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Archangels are powerful spiritual helpers who offer us the opportunity to realise our own creative power and transform our lives. In this unique book, angel expert Theolyn Cortens maps out a journey enabling readers to meet and work with twenty-four powerful Archangels. You will discover: - The history of Archangels - How we understand them today and how they can help us - How to meet the twelve Archangels of the Tree of Life - The ways in which we can ask for their assistance with life issues - Information about the Archangels of the Zodiac, with suggestions for creating a 'dream team' to help in particular circumstances. Each step on the journey offers a new kind of angelic energy to work with as the twenty-four Archangels reveal their unique qualities in turn. The reader can take this journey at their own pace, learning about both traditional stories and contemporary experiences. With visualisations and invocations, and a variety of suggestions for day-to-day activities, as well as case histories, this is an exciting and in-depth journey that other angel books have not yet touched on.
Liane France, a lifelong metaphysician and seeker of a more profound spirituality, illuminates 8 primal facets of the true, primal nature of God: Source, Truth, Law, Life, Mind, Soul, Love, Spirit. Built on the enlightenment and revelation of the ages, both ancient and new, she assures readers that each has has an innate, direct, immediate, individual, intimate, indissoluble, eternal relationship with God; that we are always one with God by reflection; and that this is a bond that can never be broken. Few would argue that our world is in need of much healing, individually and collectively, if humankind is to survive on this planet. Whether in a sense of one's own worth and purpose, interpersonal relationships, the broader context of international cooperation, or stewardship of our earthly home, a profound transformation of thought and action is desperately needed. It begins with a deeper understanding of the creative Force of the cosmos commonly called God. As we change perceptions, adjust attitudes, and move understandingly to a more elevated sense of God's and humankind's fundamental nature, our universe shifts and new and infinite possibilities are revealed. Indeed, we will find more happiness and contentment in life than we could ever imagine.
Change is a constant, defining characteristic of life. Seasons change, weather changes, leaves change, and so do people. In HeatherAsh Amara's The Toltec Path of Transformation: Embracing the Four Elements of Change, we are encouraged to embrace the changes in our lives and create the kind of change that we want to see in ourselves and our world. The Four Elements: air, fire, water and earth--all carry specific properties and functions that can lead to a complete life transformation along the Toltec path. Air represents our mental body, and grants clear perceptions once we shift our focus from the negativity surrounding us to the love and gratitude that lie just below the surface. Fire, the energetic body, gives us the opportunity to clean out the agreements, behaviors and beliefs that no longer serve us, so that we can make room for new, beneficial connections. Water, the emotional body, encourages us to open to new things, people and experiences. By staying open, we can gracefully accept what life brings while still working to create our own changes. Earth, the physical body, acts to nourish us from the inside out, proving again that both beauty and health start from within. It is through HeatherAsh's carefully composed instruction and guidance that we can use the Four Elements of Change to navigate the Toltec Path into our Divine center, where comparison and judgment drop away, and we can meet ourselves as the beautiful beings that we were meant to be.
Depth Over Time offers a vision of the freedom and liberation available to anyone who is willing to make spiritual growth the primary focus of their life. Much more than just a discussion of philosophy, the book provides readers with the tools to undertake a profound spiritual transformation within themselves, to gain the direct realization that "God dwells within you, as yourself." Depth Over Time covers the most important aspects of the practice of Kundalini MahaYoga. Discussions include the topics of Grace and individual effort, our relationship with God, the wish to grow, the teacher-student relationship, selfless service, surrender, cultivating stillness, and the critical need to consciously choose spirituality, moment by moment. Throughout the book, Swami Khecaranatha reiterates that spiritual practice does not just happen during formal, closed-eye meditation. Swami Khecaranatha explains the philosophy and practices of this Tantric tradition in terms that Western students can readily understand, yet his message conveys the essence of the highest teachings of the ancient Kashmiri Shaivite tradition. He makes it clear that attaining liberation and living in Divine Presence is not just the purview of saints, but a real possibility for anyone willing to devote his or her life to the pursuit of unconditional freedom.
It is our nature to transform ourselves from time to time; to cling to old ways is to resist a fundamental law of nature- death before rebirth. In Paths to Transformation, Kate Burns traces this process, correlating it with rituals of initiation and amplifying the stages with a rich collection of images, dreams, and case studies. Historically, the passage from adolescence to early adulthood was supported by extensive rites, and we now know that the absence of such rites in modern life has cast youth adrift and rendered them immature and dependent beyond their years. Similarly, our ancestors venerated aging, including its mortal goal, as a summons to wisdom rather than a horror to be resisted by every possible means. During the expanding years between youth and death, the question of how an individual is to find a personal path worthy of the soul becomes most pressing in our postmodern world. Kate Burns is a Jungian analyst with a private practice in Houston, Texas. With an undergraduate degree in mathematics, she worked as a geophysicist until a downturn in the oil industry sent her back to school for an MBA from Rice University. A desire to explore spiritual issues led her to pursue a master's degree in counseling, followed by studies at the International School of Analytical Psychology, Zurich. She has taught classes at the Jung Center in Houston since 2005 and has devoted herself to the practice of yoga since 2000. She serves on the board of directors for Jungians in Training Zurich, an organization raising awareness about C. G. Jung, his life and work. "This book is both healing wisdom and a guidepost. Kate Burns lucidly shows us how numinous events invade our settled and crafted worlds and challenge us to enter into deep dialogue with the psyche, beckoning us to let go of the old and worn out and go forward into adventure, renewed life, and liberation from social conformity. She speaks with a sage voice that is at once profound and humble. So illuminating are her insights, and so alive her discussions, that I found it difficult to put the book down." -C. Michael Smith, PhD, author of Jung and Shamanism in Dialogue: Retrieving the Soul/Retrieving the Sacred "Kate Burns brilliantly illumines the difficult passages which occur in the lives of all of us. Sharing personal stories, case studies, and the insights of depth psychology and anthropology, she defines the various stages of transformation and reveals how one can participate more knowingly in the process of personal growth." -James Hollis, PhD, Jungian analyst and author of Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives and What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life"