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The Karma Of Words

Author : William R. LaFleur
ISBN : 0520046005
Genre : Buddhism in literature
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Category: Buddhism in literature

Karma And Reincarnation

Author : Barbara Y. Martin
ISBN : 9781101444405
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A comprehensive, visionary guide to the karmic cycle and its role within our life-both the life we're living and the lives to come. There is life after death, and Barbara Martin has seen it. Now for the first time comes her inspired, firsthand account of the intricate world of spiritual rebirth. The award-winning authors of Change Your Aura, Change Your Life reveal the afterlife in a work based directly on Martin's personal explorations of the world to come and awe-inspiring clairvoyant experience with the spiritual world. Both a fully practical handbook to the ins and outs of the karmic cycle and a field guide to the spiritual plane and how reincarnation works, Karma and Reincarnation: -Brings together the design of the world beyond and the mechanics of karma; -Gives practical guidelines and tools to deal effectively with karmic situations and avoid generating adverse karma; -Helps align readers with their spiritual purpose; -Shows readers how to face and resolve their karmic troubles; and -Provides essential keys to spiritual development. A true spiritual wonder in a single, fully accessible volume, Karma and Reincarnation is perfect for both those taking their first steps down a spiritual path and longtime spiritual students.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Karma Of Untruthfulness

Author : Rudolf Steiner
ISBN : 185584186X
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Here, Steiner illuminates much of what lies behind today's turbulent events and the scenes played out on the nightly news. Amid the turmoil of WW I, Steiner spoke out courageously against the hate, lies, and propaganda of the time. His detailed research into the spiritual impulses of human evolution allowed him to reveal the dominant role that secret brotherhoods played in events that culminated in that cataclysmic war. He warned that the retarding forces of nationalism must be overcome before Europe can find its true destiny. He also emphasized the urgent need for new social structures in order to avoid such future catastrophes.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Book Of Karma

Author : Linda Aspinall
ISBN : 0992568900
Genre :
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Little Bits Of Karma

Author : Laura Simmons
ISBN : 9781478757160
Genre : Fiction
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Even though Holly O’Rourke is having problems with her longtime significant other, James, she has never entertained thoughts of infidelity…that is, until the day she has a chance encounter with Charlie, a handsome coworker. James promises he will change and work on their relationship, but Holly’s feelings for Charlie just won’t go away. Distressed by her mixed emotions, Holly schedules an appointment for a reading with a psychic medium, where she discovers her adulterous past lives and their tragic consequences. Holly learns to do her own past life regression through self-hypnosis and uncovers not only lives that she shared with James and Charlie, but how the other people in her present life have been with her in the past—the threads of their lives interwoven for centuries. Holly is stunned by recurring themes and the issues of karmic justice that need to be addressed. Where will her karmic path ultimately lead? Find out in Little Bits of Karma, an entertaining new book about spiritual cause and effect.
Category: Fiction

The Karma Of A Woman

Author : Barbara Pierson
ISBN : 0990779033
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Barbara Pierson's short memoir in verse is a powerful personal account of the actualization of her natural right to create and destroy life, and the imprints it left on her soul. Beautifully illustrated with mandalas by Kimberly Febo. Barbara Pierson wrote the poem in this book when she was 26 years old, after her second experience with pregnancy. Her purpose, she explains, is neither to promote, condemn, nor argue what is right or wrong. It is, instead, a channel for others to tune into for support. Her hope is that it will serve to create empathy and understanding for the pain and deeply personal circumstances that might drive a woman to what is perhaps the most difficult decision of her life. ABOUT MANDALAS: Mandalas are considered to be one of the oldest forms of art and have been used throughout the world for self-expression, spiritual transformation, and personal growth. The symbols and visual images inscribed in a mandala vary from culture to culture. Many are intricately designed, using extreme geometrical detail with colors and shapes to create a symmetrical picture within the circle. Some traditions portray pictures of gods, goddesses and other natural objects. The Tibetans view the mandala as symbolic diagram of the greater cosmos, and Native Americans use them in healing rituals. Even in Christian cathedrals, the labyrinth is a mandalic pattern used as a tool for meditation. Regardless of what part of the world they are used, mandalas transcend all religions. They speak the language of spirit.

8 789 Words Of Wisdom

Author : Barbara Ann Kipfer
ISBN : 9780761154846
Genre : Self-Help
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8,789 Words Of Wisdom is brimming with great advice, maxims, sayings and saws, proverbs, precepts and truths-8,789 of them, to be exact. Turn to any spot in the book and there is the secret to living a happier, healthier, saner, more productive life. Learn to unlearn. Appreciate the questions as much as the answers. Stretch beyond what is comfortable. There are folksy expressions polished smooth over time: If you think you can, you can. Experience is the best teacher. Quotes: Those who know don't speak, those who speak don't know (Lao-tzu). Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there (Will Rogers). Unexpected turns: Listen with your eyes. Good judgment comes from experience and experience comes from bad judgment. Taken together it's the ultimate source of self-improvement.
Category: Self-Help

Understanding Karma And Rebirth

Author : Diana St Ruth
ISBN : 094667230X
Genre : Religion
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Understanding Karma and Rebirth A Buddhist Perspective Rebirth and reincarnation are generally accepted realities in the East and have been since ancient times. What the next life will be is usually the question rather than whether it will be. In the West, on the other hand, we have our own religious and secular beliefs which usually do not include living another life, or at least not in this world or in this way. A common idea amongst Westerners is that annihilation is an unavoidable fact: 'When you're dead you're dead ' But unless one wakes up to the truth of it - East or West - one is caught in cultural conditioning and personal beliefs. Buddhism is about becoming aware of what life actually is rather than being blinded by beliefs and conditioning. The Buddha saw life as a changing procession of conditions, events, and circumstances, one thing leading to another without beginning or end, timeless and limitless. And he recognised that the part of ourselves which is aware, which sees and knows, is never born and never dies. He spoke of a direct 'seeing' into the nature of existence beyond words, beyond the intellect. Understanding the cause and effect process - the nature of karma and rebirth - and what lies behind it is the underlying message of this book. Diana St Ruth points out that Buddhism is a personal journey of discovery which involves seeing through one's own delusions. She leads us by degrees to a place of awareness, clarity of mind, and understanding.
Category: Religion

The Karma Code

Author : Daniel Davidsohn
ISBN : 8592278406
Genre : Fiction
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An experiment capable of accessing a surviving consciousness arouses the interest of investors and rogue agents. With a price on her head, the leading researcher needs to find someone she can trust. Investigator Harry Walker is her only hope. But is he the right person?
Category: Fiction