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Heart Centered Metaphysics

Author : Paul Hasselbeck
ISBN : 9780871597465
Genre : Religion
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Anyone who is curious about the nonphysical, intangible aspects of life is, on some level, a student of metaphysics. Metaphysicians examine the key spiritual and philosophical issues surrounding our existence, asking questions such as, "What is the nature of Being?" and "What is the nature of the Spiritual Universe and the physical universe?" Heart-centered metaphysicians explore Ultimate Reality through the "lens of the heart," ensuring that beliefs are more than just cold, hard facts. Heart-centered metaphysicians ask: "What is the nature of God?" "What is the nature of humankind?" and "What is the relationship between God and humankind?" Their exploration is aimed at discerning the fundamental Truths, or Divine Ideas, that ring true for every human being, regardless of time, place and circumstance. As you expand your understanding of these principles, you will begin to experience the world differently, ultimately creating change in your outer life and circumstances. Through the understanding and compassionate application of heart-centered metaphysics, you can raise your own consciousness and at the same time contribute to an elevated consciousness in the world. This new level of awareness is our best tool for creating loving, fulfilling lives in a peaceful world.
Category: Religion

Applying Heart Centered Metaphysics

Author : Paul Hasselbeck
ISBN : 9780871597755
Genre : Religion
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A complement to the popular textbook Heart-Centered Metaphysics: A Deeper Look at Unity Teachings (Paul Hasselbeck, Unity Books, 2010), this Workbook is designed to increase your understanding and application of the teachings and tools in your everyday life. With rich exercises and ample space for notes, this Workbook can be used again and again to lead you to avenues of new awareness. Through these paths, you will move beyond intellectualizing the teachings as you move toward an intimate connection to the Truth Principles of Heart-Centered Metaphysics.
Category: Religion

Kingdom Come

Author : Ed Townley
ISBN : 9780871597519
Genre : Religion
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Author and minister Ed Townley has long engaged readers with insightful Scripture interpretations. A Bible enthusiast, he focuses on the metaphysical meanings, rather than the literal text with its varied translations. In Kingdom Come, Townley tackles his toughest task--the Book of Revelation. In 22 easy-to-follow steps, he approaches the Revelation not as an apocalyptic end-of-the-world prophecy, but as a personal, practical guide to spiritual growth. By looking beyond the Revelation's gloomy shadows, he reveals a positive message of creative possibility. The Kingdom, Townley explains, doesn't await us in the afterlife. It's ours to experience today, as we learn to find the good within even the darkest challenges.
Category: Religion

Finding Yourself In Transition

Author : Robert Brumet
ISBN : 9780871597557
Genre : Self-Help
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Our culture offers little help in coping with and overcoming the enormous personal, social and economic changes that are occurring around us and within our lives. Finding Yourself in Transition explores the spiritual opportunities inherent in life's changes and helps us discover how to use them as a gateway to greater personal and spiritual growth. Stands of psychology, Eastern and Western mysticism, Bible interpretation and personal history are masterfully interwoven in this important book about the dynamics of change. Finding Yourself in Transition offers you an opportunity for a breakthrough into a whole new dimension of living.
Category: Self-Help

Friends In High Places

Author : Thomas Shepherd
ISBN : 9780595325344
Genre : Religion
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In Friends in High Places, historical theologian Tom Shepherd takes you journeying through time to meet your long-lost relatives of the Western religious heritage. Mystics like Pseudo-Dionysius, John Scotus Erigena, Meister Eckhart and the first Quaker, George Fox. Deep thinkers like Philo Judaeus, Origen of Alexandria and pagan martyr Hypatia. Sunny optimists like Pelagius, who lost his argument with St. Augustine over the goodness of humanity only after the fall of Rome rattled the ancient world and made positive thinking seem positively naïve. Shepherd introduces an impressive entourage of mystics and metaphysical thinkers-to include Ralph Waldo Emerson, Mary Baker Eddy, Emma Curtis Hopkins, Paul Tillich, and Teilhard de Chardin-and gives the reader a taste of their writings. Just a sampler, not a full course meal. You'll find such delight in these brief profiles, you'll come away refreshed and ready to tackle life in the modern world.
Category: Religion

Unity

Author : Eric Butterworth
ISBN : 9780871597854
Genre : Religion
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Eric Butterworth introduces the Unity movement--a present-day faith that corresponds with present-day needs. He challenges traditional religion to recognize and teach that: "God is not only the God of history ... God is also the God of today." "The Supreme Power of the universe is not locked in ancient Scriptures but is alive in the world now." "Revelation is not a special dispensation of God but a quality of Divine Mind and a faculty of our minds." "What God is revealing to us today may be more important than what God said to us yesterday." If you are on a spiritual quest for a greater understanding of God and desire a happy, joyous life through practicing practical Christian principles, then this book is for you.
Category: Religion

Power Up Your Life

Author : Bil Holton
ISBN : 1893095843
Genre : Positive psychology
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Category: Positive psychology

Twelve Powers In You

Author : David Williamson D. Min.
ISBN : 155874746X
Genre : Self-Help
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Twelve Powers in You re-introduces the idea popularized by Unity Church leader Charles Filmore that the body has twelve powers: faith, wisdom, enthusiasm, power, imagination, understanding, love, order, life, strength, release and will. These twelve powers are not separate from the physical body, but are expressed through it. This fascinating book teaches readers how to access these dynamic powers to bring them healing, love and success. Authors David Williamson, a minister, Gay Lynn Williamson, a psychotherapist, and Robert Knapp, a medical doctor, have spent most of their lives exploring the terrain of our whole being. Now, they've incorporated their comprehensive and unique blend of skills to help readers-as they have helped thousands of others in their practices and ministry-explore and develop the Twelve Powers inherent within everyone. Using a whole-brain learning approach that incorporates visualizations, affirmations, exercises and case studies, the book is comprehensive yet easily accessible. Readers will learn how others have healed themselves by harnessing their twelve powers, learn how to express each power in themselves in a healthy way and gain medical expertise on how each power externalizes within a particular organ or body system. This must-have book makes a marvelous self-study course on self-improvement for the whole year.
Category: Self-Help

Effectual Prayer

Author : Fances W Foulks
ISBN : 1298516269
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Brief Peeks Beyond

Author : Bernardo Kastrup
ISBN : 9781785350191
Genre : Philosophy
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This book is a multi-faceted exploration and critique of the human condition as it is presently manifested. It addresses science and philosophy, explores the underlying nature of reality, the state of our society and culture, the influence of the mainstream media, the nature of free will and a number of other topics. Each of these examinations contributes an angle to an emerging idea gestalt that challenges present mainstream views and behaviors and offers a sane alternative. The book is organized as a series of short and self-contained essays, most of which can be read in under one hour.
Category: Philosophy