The Seven Secrets of Crystal Talismans

Author: Henry M. Mason

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738711446

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 226

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The mysterious powers of gems, crystals, and minerals are finally explained in this practical guide to creating talismans. Casting a modern light on the age-old practice of talismans, gemologist Henry M. Mason correlates the mystical properties of these wondrous objects with the science of gemology. Connecting with the universal life force, the proper talisman can focus and magnify your own qualities—helping you fulfill dreams and desires. Mason's seven secrets explore how crystal structure, color, and chemistry contribute to a talisman's natural energies for aiding in attraction, protection, self-improvement, creativity, tranquility, spiritual awakening, and more. From selecting and preparing the proper mineral to empowering your talisman, this guide takes you through every step of creating and using talismans and amulets for optimum effect.

Blood Rush

Author: Jan Verplaetse

Publisher: Reaktion Books

ISBN: 1789142431

Category: History

Page: 320

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As a young man, Jan Verplaetse saw a hare suspended from a meat hook, skinned and gutted. What struck him so forcefully at the time was not the animal itself, but the blood gently dripping from its mouth. His reaction prompted the start of a quest he undertakes in this book: to investigate our fascination with blood, the most vital of fluids. Blood Rush shows how, throughout history, blood has had the capacity to intoxicate us, to the point that we lose ourselves, whether in violence, through hunting, fighting, or killing, or in the vicarious thrill of watching sporting events, horror films, or video games. Are these feelings physical, or in our imagination? Where does the magic of blood come from? In his deeply researched and provocative narrative, Verplaetse moves from antiquity to the present, from magic to experimental psychology, from philosophy to religion and scientific discoveries, to demonstrate why blood at once attracts and repels us.

Secrets of DIAGNOSIS

Author: Brij Bhushan Goel

Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd

ISBN: 8120791770

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: N.A

View: 2764


"Have you ever worried about hidden ailments that might catch you completely unaware? If so, then this is the book for you! Health is crucial to our life. It is the base of our energy and resource. Without good health, we cannot do all that we are capable of or wish to do. So, every concerned individual makes sure to keep a check on his health by taking time out to undergo regular check-ups and get his illnesses treated. The field of medicine has experienced much progress and we have been greatly benefited by it. However, sometimes, even the best of equipment cannot detect many illnesses. Moreover, changes in life style, environment, etc. have led to an increase in diseases like high BP, heart diseases, diabetes and cancer. So what can we do, personally, to take care of ourselves? This book helps us learn to listen to what our body is trying to tell us. Our organs are all interconnected and they show signs when the body is in distress. The earlier the detection of problems, the more effec-tive the cure. Discovering the root of any health problem is the most important step towards healing and this book offers to help us learn what to look for. Self-diagnosis is not easy, but anyone can learn it through the simple and clear steps given in this book. Don’t wait for diseases to catch you off-guard. Conquer diseases and lead a healthy, blissful life. "

Life's Journey Into Despair and Failure

Author: Edward Einar Hailio

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1434345173

Category: History

Page: 392

View: 5399


For years, I was a proud employee of General Motors. I loved my work as a Journeyman Electrician. Unfortunately, my work was transformed into a horror story when I was assigned to Pontiac Assembly Center. There, I was routinely bullied, harassed, and threatened by co-workers and supervisors. When I asked GM management for help, they responded by aligning themselves with my persecutors. I was threatened with physical violence, stalked, denied safety rights, forced to do work others were unwilling to do, and refused medical treatment. I was removed from a coveted job by a Superintendent, who cited my MS condition, blatantly ignoring rights afforded under ADA. I was called "Black Nigger Bitch". There were pictures posted about the plant, where I was depicted as "ROADKILL". KKK style nooses were hung in the plant. A General Foreman pressed his face close to mine and said, "I can't promise you you're going to live the next few minutes." I next turned to the justice system for help. When my case went before a Circuit Court Judge, he swiftly and willfully granted summary disposition judgments in GM's favor. Undaunted, I began my own investigation. In doing so, I discovered that 108 pages of my deposition had disappeared. I uncovered a letter from a GM executive threatening a union official who planned on helping me. My lawyer lied to me about having filed an appeal. Where is the justice when a court of law condones this as acceptable behavior in a civilized society? How can America hold itself out as a free and just society that other countries would choose to emulate? Should corporate entities such as GM be allowed to not only bend the law, but to break the law? How and why could such travesty have been allowed to occur?

Systems-Centered Training

Author: Yvonne M. Agazarian,Susan P. Gantt,Frances B. Carter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000291103

Category: Psychology

Page: 246

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This illustrated book shows how "thinking" systems offer new ways of seeing people which can help us see and do things differently. The authors describe how a theory of living human systems was developed and even recently revised. This major revision led to a theory of the person-as-a-system and its role-systems map that helps us see which system in us and in others is running the show. The authors illustrate how life force energy fuels the hierarchy of living human systems and how theory and practice with role-systems can be useful in everyday life. They begin with describing how they have used the new illustrations as a map to locate the contexts of our roles. Using this map has also enabled the authors to identify the role-systems and explore the territory of ourselves and our groups in new ways that deepened our understanding of roles and role locks. This book illustrates systems-centered therapy and training (SCT) theory by offering a practical theory to guide group psychotherapists, leaders and consultants in working with group dynamics.

Inspirations From Life

Author: Reverend Roy Shepherd

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 1525534122

Category: Religion

Page: 419

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Father Roy came to the ordained priesthood in the Diocese of Huron after thirty years in the business world marketing insurance. He holds a Master of Theology degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and a certificate from the Interim Ministry Network. The Rev. Roy Shepherd was brought up and educated in Montreal, Québec, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honours in Sociology from McGill University. He was baptized and confirmed in the Anglican church, and held many volunteer lay positions in the parishes where he worshipped and in the Diocese of Toronto, including election to the Diocesan Synod for a number of years and chairmanship of its Board of Parish Services. As a lay delegate to the national body of the church for several triennial sessions, he served on the National Executive and Program Committees and on the Primate’s World Relief and Development Committee. He represented the Anglican Church on PLURA (the inter-denominational Social Justice Foundation.) Since his retirement as a full-time parish priest, he has used his years of lay and ordained experience to assist parishes in the process of change. This book is the distillation of a rich and varied life in God’s service.

Touch Me ... Please

Author: Dr. Erica Goodstone

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0982430450

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 148

View: 8219


Touch Me ... Please, the second book in A four part series, introduces the healing potential of simple touch, from a gentle touch on the shoulder by an acquaintance, to the warm fuzzy feeling you get when your favorite pet cuddles up to you, or the wondrously tingly and pleasurable sensations of your intimate lover's touch. This beautiful Ebook is sure to delight you with powerful real-life stories about the transformative power of touch, current research, abundant exercises for self-analysis and partner sharing as well as a full explanation of the wide variety of available healing body therapies and healing somatic body psychotherapies.

Beyond The Physical Life

Author: Ravi Shankar Kapoor

Publisher: Beyond the Physical Life

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 184

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Even death is not to be feared by one who lives wisely. Death is inevitable, thing which is born today will perish from the physical world one day without any doubt. But the journey doesn’t end here because there is another dimension or realm unseen by the naked eyes. These dimensions I have thoroughly discussed in this book

Herald of Health

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

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Page: N.A

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