Kigo

Author: Lorie Eve Dechar

Publisher: Singing Dragon

ISBN: 1787752577

Category: Medical

Page: 224

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With references to traditional Taoist and Chinese texts, as well as influences from the author's background in psychology and psychotherapy, this book by Lorie Dechar demonstrates how practitioners can work with the spirit of acupuncture points in modern practice. The concept of 'kigo', a Japanese word meaning 'season word', is used to understand the seasonal energy of the points and how the body relates to the universal flow. As an understanding of the spirit of the point brings focus and potency to a practitioner's needling, it also strengthens their ability to touch a patient's soul and spirit, besides the physical body. Tying in the macro cosmic connection of the body to the universe with a poetic force that amplifies and deepens the effect of acupuncture, Kigo is the perfect companion not only for acupuncturists, but also for chiropractors and psychotherapists, doctors and nurses, and other practitioners who use the points as part of their clinical work.

Women's Intuition

Author: Paula M. Reeves

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 9781573241564

Category: Psychology

Page: 252

View: 3940


Explores the biochemical relationship between mind and body to reconnect women to the intuition that is encoded in their DNA

The Living Church

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Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

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Waking Up to This Day

Author: Paula D'Arcy

Publisher: Orbis Books

ISBN: 1608330427

Category: Religion

Page: 129

View: 9140


The purpose of Paula's book is to help us stop feeling guilty about the past, angry over the present, or obsessed with the future, and instead to realize the grace and goodness that is already ours.

Star Faer: Infinity Flower

Author: Max Vonne

Publisher: Max Vonne

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: 284

View: 2063


C’artha’s son, Taryn Sol, is born into a life of poverty and privation, but his fortunes change when a mysterious stranger acts as his benefactor. Young Taryn takes a diplomatic post in a court full of intrigue, where he meets a famous stage singer, Fiora Stugor. Fiora’s beauty is rivaled only by her popularity. Taryn wishes to present her with a flower that has magical properties. Can Taryn capture the attention of the songstress against the wishes of her family and his fellow suitors? Meanwhile, life and death events at court force Taryn to choose sides in a bitter battle for the Krysoran court with unexpected outcomes for all. Infinity Flower is book three in the Star Faer series from Max Vonne. Visit www.StarFaer.com for more information on Star Faer.

Gift of the Red Bird

Author: Paula D'Arcy

Publisher: Crossroad 8 Avenue

ISBN: 9780824519568

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 144

View: 2079


When Paula D'Arcy lost her husband and baby in a car crash, she began an inner search for a faith that was stronger than fear. In Gift of the Red Bird she shares her remarkable spiritual adventure.

Bird Neighbors - An Introductory Acquaintance with One Hundred and Fifty Birds Commonly Found in the Gardens, Meadows, and Woods About Our Homes

Author: Neltje Blanchan,John Burroughs

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1473346312

Category: Nature

Page: 244

View: 7377


First published in 1897, “Bird Neighbors” was nature writer Neltje Blanchan's first major work, combining hard science and personal experience in a profusely-illustrated and accessible volume. Upon publication, naturist John Burroughs hailed it as "reliable", while The New York Times praised the book's colour pictures and the fact that it could be easily "understood by all readers”. This volume is highly recommended for those with an interest in bird watching or ornithology, and it would make for a fantastic addition to any collection. Contents include: “Bird Families”, “Habitats of Birds”, “Seasons of Birds”, “Birds Grouped According to Size”, “Descriptions of Birds”, “Birds Conspicuously Black”, “Birds Conspicuously Black and White”, “Ducky and Gray and Slate-Colored Birds”, “Blue and Blush Birds”, “Brown, Olive or Grayish Brown”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing “Bird Neighbors” now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.

Getting Past the Tears

Author: K.L. Smith

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1098016629

Category: Fiction

Page: 324

View: 8293


Getting Past the Tears is a fictional novel that tells of how lives were affected by the war in Vietnam. It is set in Eastern North Carolina and Southern Virginia during the late 1960s and into the twenty-first century. It is the fifth and final book in the series. Getting Past the Tears continues the story where Gardenia Lane ends. Kay Peel was happily married to her childhood sweetheart. Their lives were interrupted when her husband was drafted into the army and deployed to Vietnam. When the messengers arrived to notify Kay that her husband had been killed in action, she felt cheated out of the life they had planned. She leans on God, her friends, and her late husband's family to help her through her grief and broken heart. She decides to concentrate on her job as a registered nurse and close her heart to love to avoid having her heart broken again. Quint Sterling is a handsome doctor who had served in Vietnam. When he returned home from Vietnam, he found that his wife had not waited for him. He was welcomed home with divorce papers. His heart and dreams were shattered. He swore off women for fear of being hurt again. God has other plans for Kay and Quint. When the pretty young widow and the handsome doctor meet, there is an instant attraction between them. Even though Quint is fifteen years older than Kay, the couple bonds. It is as if their broken hearts reach out to each other. Neither of them is looking for love. They become close friends. Their friendship becomes the most important part of their lives. This is a story of how love can mend broken hearts and restore broken dreams. Through God's love, the couple realizes that what's gone is gone. Their hearts heal by letting go of the past and moving forward in love. True love conquers all. They find that love is more joyful the second time around.

The Druid Path

Author: Marah Ellis Ryan

Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag

ISBN: 384967410X

Category: Fiction

Page: 160

View: 7590


The Druid Path is romance and more. It is a heart history of Ireland from the shadowy days of druidcraft, told in a series of six magical tales of warm heartbeats, legend worship, strong loves and fierce hates. In its wealth of tragedy and romance and strange adventure are interwoven the legend, the myth, the mystery and the sons of an ancient people. All lovers of the Shamrock will find unusual delight in this absorbing book.