Diary of a Psychic

Author: Sonia Choquette, Ph.D.

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 9781401929763

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 220

View: 7826


Sonia Choquette discovered her psychic abilities as a young child. Gifted from birth, she was able to see beyond the veil of the inner workings of her family members’, friends’, and neighbors’ lives. While still a teenager, she began to give readings, amazing her clients with her psychic insights. Seeking to deepen her skills, she studied with two master psychic/spiritual teachers and began to see beyond predictions of the future . . . into the causes of the future. With the help of a group of spiritual guides who have been working with her since childhood, and combining this support with metaphysical law, Sonia developed the ability to see the soul plan that each of us is born with. It became her mission to put her clients’ lives back on track, steering them through the tricky waters of romance, divorce, illness, high finance, sickness, and death. She became a soul guide for "happy endings." By pulling back the curtain and sharing her personal story, this revolutionary new teacher and world-renowned psychic shatters the myth that psychic implies psycho, and reveals the beauty and power the sixth sense holds for us all! A teacher, an author, and a storyteller, as well as a gifted psychic, Sonia Choquette is in international demand for her guidance, wisdom, and capacity to heal the soul. This is a story of the Evolution of the "6th Sense" fresh from a childs perspective. Also, this is "Just A Great Read!"

Diary of a Victim

Author: Diane Saks

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1481741489

Category: Fiction

Page: 163

View: 2659


Diary of a victim was originally published in 2004 with Publish America. Now out of print, Diary of A victim, is going to be re-released by Author House, with a new cover, and a more polished text. Diary of a Victim is the story of a teenage girl living in 1980s Pennsylvania. Melissa has disability that requires her to walk with a cane and a leg brace. She also has a learning disability that requires her to go to a school with other students who have learning difficulties. While Melissa is at the school, she encounters ridicule because of her disability. Join Melissa as she turns the tables on her bullies and defends her self-esteem.

Open Diary of a Witch

Author: Theresa C. Newbill

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1907963022

Category: Witchcraft

Page: 94

View: 1095


Trust Your Vibes

Author: Sonia Choquette, Ph.D.

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 1401928978

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 251

View: 452


In this fascinating and informative book, spiritual teacher and psychic Sonia Choquette reveals the secrets you need to awaken your intuitive voice and . . . trust your vibes. If you’re ready to step into a Divine, more energetically uplifting experience and live an easier, more satisfying way of life, you’ll learn how to do so within these pages. In this work, Sonia presents real-life stories of those who learned to tap into their intuition to drastically change and improve their lives; see what they do, how they think, the choices they make, and the attitudes and perspectives they own. In modeling yourself after sixth-sensory people, you too can activate your own intuitive channel. Your intuition supports your creativity, helps heal your emotional wounds, and calms your anxious and uncertain heart. It brings you peace of mind and shows you how to live in a higher, more harmonious way. To fully enjoy your life and to access the innatesense of security, confidence, and courage you deserve, learn to . . . trust your vibes!

Forty Days from the Diary of a Delusional Man

Author: Jeffrey Hochstedler

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1462016766

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 148

View: 9682


This memoir takes a look into the heart and mind of one man who suffers from schizoaffective and bipolar disorders. Jeffrey Hochstedlers life has seen its share of twists and turnsa culmination of the many choices and decisions made at any one time. In this memoir, he shares revelations and meditations from events in his daily life and how these occurrences shaped the man he is today. Written in diary format, Forty Days from the Diary of a Delusional Man illustrates how his mind thinks, feels, and perceives. He reveals details from many parts of his lifehis birth in 1957; growing up in Indiana with his parents and brother; battling depression in his teen years; enlisting in the Army in 1981; dealing with his relationships and his schizoaffective and bipolar disorders; and finding solace in art. With many examples of Hochstedlers art included, Forty Days from the Diary of a Delusional Man shows how he was affected by confusion and despair. But it also communicates how he leaned on art and God to survive each day.

Lady Limbo

Author: Consuelo Roland

Publisher: Jacana Media

ISBN: 1431405086

Category: Fiction

Page: 440

View: 6989


One Friday evening Daniel de Luc, an elusive crime writer with a deep love of poetry, disappears from a Camps Bay apartment while cooking pasta. His wife Paola, desperately worried after days of hearing nothing, is contacted by an eccentric stranger who claims to have known her missing husband under a different name and warns her not to look for him. Paola soon learns that her husband was involved in the shadowy world of the international sex industry, where well-heeled women pay men to become the anonymous fathers of their children. As her neat, controlled existence is turned inside out, Paola struggles to keep a level head and find her own humanity while trying to outwit her enemies and stay alive. The result is a fast-paced thriller that shifts between Cape Town and Paris, blending realism with the fantastic and pitting love against the attraction of sexual adventure.

The Power of You!

Author: Scott Martineau

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470051000

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

View: 6303


True fulfillment in life doesn't come solely from success at the office or happiness at home; it comes from both. What if there was a way for you to balance the pressures and demands of work against the needs of your personal life—while simultaneously increasing your success at living and working? There is a way, and The Power of You! is it. Scott Martineau shows that real, sustainable happiness and personal growth can only come about when you do powerful inner work, challenging old beliefs, habits, and patterns that no longer serve you. The Power of You! addresses the needs of today's busy professionals with tools, techniques, skills, and a philosophy that does away with short-term fixes and cheap emotional highs. Together, these tools and tactics provide a comprehensive guide to ultimate balance, happiness, and wealth for anyone who wants to understand what it takes to succeed and be happy in the twenty-first century. The Power of You! is a self-help book like no other. In addition to its practical applications, it's packed with inspirational and practical advice from renowned contributors like Dr. Nathaniel Branden, Arthur Joseph, Joe Vitale, and Jack Canfield. You'll not only have the tools and guidance you need to improve your life, but you'll also find here all the inspiration and motivation you need to get started now. The first step to lasting personal change is consciousness. This is not the fuzzy spiritual consciousness one finds in most self-help books, but the practical, honest self-awareness that sets the stage for long-term improvement. Only through honest self-evaluation can real, lasting personal change occur. Whereas most self-help books present a vision of personal growth based on short-term changes, The Power of You! shows you how to create sustainable long-term change utilizing tools and knowledge not found anywhere else. If you want to achieve the highest possible level of balance, happiness, and success, The Power of You! paves the way and shows you how to start your journey—today.

Loving Difficult People at Difficult Times

Author: C. E. Herman

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 1452583161

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 218

View: 4198


Why do we need to be exposed to difficult people? How do we deal with them at home, at work, or in life in general? This book is a journey from fear and disempowerment to a bigger, better understanding of conscious living. From glimpses into another, deeper reality, author C. E. Herman asks: Who are the difficult people? What motivates them? Who are we to judge them? How do other dimensions of reality help us learn to accept and love ourselves? What are the essential ingredients in learning to love other people unconditionally? How do we love in difficult situations? By sharing unique personal stories and the insights of remarkable people, this book’s simple message can transform the way you see the world and help bring love and hope even when faced with the most difficult people and difficult times.

Kouduo richao. Li Jiubiao's Diary of Oral Admonitions. A Late Ming Christian Journal

Author: Erik Zürcher

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000114546

Category: History

Page: 618

View: 1634


The Diary of Oral Admonitions (Kouduo richao) is an invaluable mirror of early Chinese Christianity, as it stands out as the only source that allows a glimpse of Jesuit missionary practice in China on a local level - "accommodation in action" - and of the various responses of the Chinese audience, both converts and interested outsiders. It is a compilation of some five hundred notes "about everything" made by Li Jiubiao and other Christian literati during their conversations with Jesuit missionaries in Fujian between 1630 and 1640. These notes are arranged in chronological order and divided into eight books. The most important Western protagonist in the Diary is the Italian Jesuit Giulio Aleni (1589-1642), called "Master Ai (Rulüe)" in Chinese. The present study and translation of the Diary of Oral Admonitions can be seen as a companion volume to the proceedings of an international conference that was held on Aleni in his native place Brescia in 1994, also published in the Monumenta Serica Monograph Series XLII: "Scholar from the West." Giulio Aleni S.J. (1582-1649) and the Dialogue between China and Christianity, 1997. The present work in two volumes is meant to be a tool for further research. Volume 1 presents a comprehensive introduction to the Diary and its historical context, followed by the annotated translation, both by Erik Zürcher (Leiden), a renown specialist for the study of Christianity in China. It is enhanced by illustrations, partly in colour, and maps. Volume 2 includes a facsimile of the Chinese text (reproducing a copy held in the Roman Archives of the Society of Jesus), a bibliography of Chinese and Western sources as well as secondary literature, and an analytical index with glossary that will enable the reader to trace specific data in the text.

M. E. Myself and I - Diary of a Psychic

Author: Nicky Alan

Publisher: 6th Books

ISBN: 9781789044515

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

View: 1497


A brutally honest journey showing strength of the human spirit, faith in the unseen and a tenacious will to survive.