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The Miracle Club

Author : Mitch Horowitz
ISBN : 9781620557679
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A guide to creating miracles in your own life through the power of thought • Offers a concise, clear formula of focused exercises and concrete tools to lay out a specific path to manifest your deepest desires • Presents the first serious reconsideration of New Thought philosophy since the death of William James in 1910 • Draws on the work of New Thought pioneers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Napoleon Hill, Neville Goddard, William James, Andrew Jackson Davis, Wallace D. Wattles, and many others Following in the footsteps of a little-known group of esoteric seekers from the late-nineteenth century who called themselves “the Miracle Club,” Mitch Horowitz shows that the spiritual “wish fulfillment” practices known as the Law of Attraction, Positive Thinking, “the Secret,” and the Science of Getting Rich actually work. Weaving these ideas together into a concise, clear formula, with real-life examples of success, he reveals how your thoughts can impact reality and make things happen. In this “manual for miracles,” Horowitz explains how we each possess a creative agency to determine and reshape our lives. He shows how thinking in a directed, highly focused, and emotively charged manner expands our capacity to perceive and transform events and allows us to surpass ordinary boundaries of time and physical space. Building on Neville Goddard’s view that the human imagination is God the Creator and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s techniques for attaining personal power, he explores the highest uses of mind-power metaphysics and explains what works and what doesn’t, illuminating why and how events bend to our thoughts. He encourages readers to experiment and find themselves “at the helm of infinite possibilities.” Laying out a specific path to manifest your deepest desires, from wealth and love to happiness and security, Horowitz provides focused exercises and concrete tools for change and looks at ways to get more out of prayer, affirmation, and visualization. He also provides the first serious reconsideration of New Thought philosophy since the death of William James in 1910. He includes crucial insights and effective methods from the movement’s leaders such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Napoleon Hill, Neville Goddard, William James, Andrew Jackson Davis, Wallace D. Wattles, and many others. Defining a miracle as “circumstances or events that surpass all conventional or natural expectation,” the author invites you to join him in pursuing miracles and achieve power over your own life.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Miracle Club

Author : Mary M Schmidt
ISBN : 1727812808
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Meet this group of middle school kids who set out to do the unthinkable, create a miracle for the whole world to see. Jamie Preston is known at Maysville Middle School as the coolest girl on the block. She seems to have it going on with a dad who is a retired football player with a few super bowl rings under his belt. Jamie can't ask for a better life, until her neighbor, Chelsey, challenges her to step outside the box and travel down a new path where she has never gone before. Isaac Creston is an All-American child-actor. He is searching for something real and solid, with purpose and meaning. He doesn't realize somebody is holding the key to what he has been looking for all along. Brianna Nix is considered Maysville Middle School's biggest misfit. Her dad has just begun a ten year jail sentence, when she is challenged to make a change that might alter her life forever. Come along this journey as the Miracle Maker Club set out to make something happen that will rock the world.
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Miracle Morning

Author : Hal Elrod
ISBN : 9783641194116
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Das einzigartige Selbsthilfeprogramm für mehr Glück, Zufriedenheit und Erfolg Dieses Buch ist auf den ersten Blick eine Zumutung, vor allem für die Nachteulen unter uns. Trotzdem stehen inzwischen zehntausende Menschen für Miracle Morning gerne morgens früh auf. Denn Hal Elrod hat damit ein genial einfaches Morgenprogramm entwickelt, dass nicht nur sein eigenes Leben um 100 Prozent verbessert hat, sondern auch das seiner vielen Fans und Leser. Wer Miracle Morning praktiziert, wird endlich der Mensch werden, der er immer sein wollte – und zwar in allen Lebensbereichen. Was man dafür tun muss? Jeden Morgen vor 8 Uhr eine Stunde lang nur sich selbst widmen. Diese Zeit verbringt man mit Meditation, Affirmationen, Visualisierungen, Sport, Lesen und Tagebuchschreiben. Wenn sich der neue Ablauf als Gewohnheit etabliert hat, startet man voller positiver Energie in den Tag. Für ein gesünderes, glücklicheres und zufriedeneres Leben!
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Die Nachtigall

Author : Kristin Hannah
ISBN : 9783841211262
Genre : Fiction
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Zwei Schwestern. Die eine kämpft für die Freiheit. Die andere für die Liebe. Der Weltbestseller – die Nr. 1 aus den USA. Zwei Schwestern im von den Deutschen besetzten Frankreich: Während Vianne ums Überleben ihrer Familie kämpft, schließt sich die jüngere Isabelle der Résistance an und sucht die Freiheit auf dem Pfad der Nachtigall, einem geheimen Fluchtweg über die Pyrenäen. Doch wie weit darf man gehen, um zu überleben? Und wie kann man die schützen, die man liebt? In diesem epischen, kraftvollen und zutiefst berührenden Roman erzählt Kristin Hannah die Geschichte zweier Frauen, die ihr Schicksal auf ganz eigene Weise meistern. In den USA begeisterte „Die Nachtigall“ Millionen von Lesern und steht seit über einem Jahr auf der Bestsellerliste. „Ich liebe dieses Buch – große Charaktere, große Geschichten, große Gefühle." Isabel Allende.
Category: Fiction

The Miracle Of Wine History Making Selling Preserving Enjoying

Author : Dueep J. Singh
ISBN : 9781311232472
Genre : Cooking
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The Miracle of Wine History, Making, Selling, Preserving, Enjoying Table of Contents Introduction The Amazing History of Wine Introduction to the Wine Regions of France Know More about White Wines. When Is The Best Time To Drink White Wine? Wine in your life! Wine and Song in Austria The Wines of Canada – Ice Wine Know More about Delicious German Wines Know More about Delicious Greek Wine How to Recognize a Good Greek Wine – Labels Know More about Hungarian Wine Know more about Irish wine Know More about Israeli Wine The Wine of Japan. Types of Rice Wine Know More about New Zealand Wine Know More about Portuguese Wine Types of Spanish Wines Learn More about South African Wines. Types of Wines in the UK Know More about Rose Wine. Know More about Starting up a Wine Business. Know More About Wine Producing Countries -- A Guide Wine As a Gift The World’s Best Online Wine Shops Which Are the Best Wine Clubs Which You Can Join? Know more about winetasting Why Do You Need a Wine Refrigerator Wine Racks Conclusion Author Bio Introduction The Amazing History of Wine When Neil Diamond sang, "Red Red Wine" and Paul Anka sang "Bring the Wine, oh Lady, Bring The Wine," they knew what they were talking about. Because since 8000 B.C., everybody knows about the strength and power of fine wine made from fresh, and sun ripened juicy grapes. The historical story about the origin of wine might be apocryphal, but the story goes that the favorite Queen of a Georgian sultan had a raging toothache, which made her want to create mayhem as well as commit homicide or suicide. After raging at her slaves and her physician for not doing anything to take away the pain, she decided to commit suicide, in the most noisy manner possible, because the sultan had not come to cajole her out of her megrims. She saw a jar full of some liquid, which smelt nearly as bad as anything, rotting in the sun, so she drank it up to the last dreg. If one goes by the size of ancient amphorae, it must have been a really large jar full of fermented juice of the grapes, and our Sultana was soon as merry as a cricket and as high as a kite. She grew so cheerful under the influence of the fermented grape juice that people began to wonder about the magic power of that red liquid and decided to ferment the juice and drink it in large quantities. I am sure, she woke up with a hangover, but according to her, her toothache was gone and she had slept and dreamt pleasantly of no pain. Well, that was how people began to think about the juice of the grape in its fermented form. And so the story of wine goes on into the annals of history. Nevertheless, the Greeks had a god consecrated to wine, and they had regular wine festivals, a tradition which was happily accepted by the Romans, who called this wine Festival Saturnalia when the god of wine, Bacchus was left free to do as most mischief as he could, because after all it was the festival, which was celebrating the power of wine and its benefits in ridding a body of care and pain. Anybody wants to know about how the Romans got a sure fire cure for their hangover can read one of the adventures of Asterix and Obelix, where Asterix concocted a hangover cure by putting in soap, red pepper and an un -- plucked fowl, among other ingredients into a cooking pot and let it stew. Of course, this hangover cure also happens to be quite apocryphal, and that is why we need to come back to red wine as more hair of the dog which bit me...
Category: Cooking

On The Nickel

Author : Conrad Watson
ISBN : 9781612047461
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A man living on Skid Row in LA gets help from the Salvation Army and becomes a successful counselor to those with drug addictions.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Trennung

Author : Katie Kitamura
ISBN : 9783446256026
Genre : Fiction
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Eine junge Frau reist im Auftrag ihrer Schwiegermutter nach Griechenland. Sie soll deren Sohn suchen. Die Schwiegermutter weiß nicht, dass das Paar längst getrennt lebt. In den steinigen, verbrannten Landschaften auf der Peloponnes geht die junge Frau den Spuren ihres Ex-Mannes nach. Sie beginnt Mutmaßungen anzustellen, die Vergangenheit zu hinterfragen. Gerade, als sie sich eingesteht, wie wenig sie ihren Mann eigentlich kannte, wird er tot aufgefunden. Warum hält sie nun, da die Trennung unwiderruflich ist und sie etwas wie Trauer empfindet, die Fiktion ihrer Ehe weiterhin aufrecht? Eine neue großartige Stimme aus Amerika – selten wurden die Abgründe der Gefühle so durchdrungen wie von Katie Kitamura.
Category: Fiction

The Miracle Braves Of 1914

Author : Bob Brady
ISBN : 9781933599700
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Long before the Red Sox "Impossible Dream" season, Boston’s now nearly forgotten “other” team, the 1914 Boston Braves, performed a baseball “miracle” that resounds to this very day. The "Miracle Braves" were Boston's first "worst-to-first" winners of the World Series. Shortly after the turn of the previous century, the once mighty Braves had become a perennial member of the National League’s second division. Preseason pundits didn't believe the 1914 team posed a meaningful threat to John McGraw’s powerful New York Giants. During the first half of that campaign, Boston lived down to such expectations, taking up residence in the league’s basement. Refusing to throw in the towel at the midseason mark, their leader, the pugnacious George Stallings, deftly manipulated his daily lineup and pitching staff to engineer a remarkable second-half climb in the standings all the way to first place. The team’s winning momentum carried into the postseason, where the Braves swept Connie Mack's heralded Athletics and claimed the only World Championship ever won by Boston’s National League entry. And for 100 years, the management, players, and fans of underperforming ball clubs have turned to the Miracle Braves to catch a glimmer of hope that such a midseason turnaround could be repeated. Through the collaborative efforts of a band of dedicated members of the Society for American Baseball Research, this benchmark accomplishment is richly revealed to the reader in The Miracle Braves of 1914: Boston's Original Worst-to-First World Series Champions. The essence of the “miracle” is captured through a comprehensive compendium of incisive biographies of the players and other figures associated with the team, with additional relevant research pieces on the season. After a journey through the pages of this book, the die-hard baseball fan will better understand why the call to “Wait Until Next Year” should never be voiced prematurely. Includes: FOREWORD by Bob Brady THE BRAVES Ted Cather by Jack V. Morris Gene Cocreham by Thomas Ayers Wilson Collins by Charlie Weatherby Joe Connolly by Dennis Auger Ensign Cottrell by Peter Cottrell Dick Crutcher by Jerrod Cotosman George Davis by Rory Costello Charlie Deal by Charles F. Faber Josh Devore by Peter Gordon Oscar Dugey by Charlie Weatherby Johnny Evers by David Shiner The 1914 Evers-Zimmerman Incident and How the Tale Grew Taller Over the Years by Bob Brady The Evers Ejection Record by Mark Sternman Larry Gilbert by Jack V. Morris Hank Gowdy by Carol McMains and Frank Ceresi Tommy Griffith by Chip Greene Otto Hess by Gary Hess Tom Hughes by Greg Erion Bill James by David Jones Clarence Kraft by Jon Dunkle Dolf Luque by Peter Bjarkman Les Mann by Maurice Bouchard Rabbit Maranville by Dick Leyden Billy Martin by Bob Joel Jack Martin by Charles F. Faber Herbie Moran by Charles F. Faber Jim Murray by Jim Elfers Hub Perdue by John Simpson Dick Rudolph by Dick Leyden Butch Schmidt by Chip Greene Red Smith by Charles F. Faber Paul Strand by Jack V. Morris Fred Tyler by John Shannahan Lefty Tyler by Wayne McElreavy Bert Whaling by Charles F. Faber George “Possum” Whitted by Craig Hardee MANAGER George Stallings by Martin Kohout COACH Fred Mitchell by Bill Nowlin OWNER Jim Gaffney by Rory Costello The Braves’ A.B.C. by Ring Lardner 1914 Boston Braves Timeline by Mike Lynch A Stallings Anecdote 1914 World Series by Mark Sternman “I Told You So” by O.R.C. The Rest of 1914 by Mike Lynch How An Exhibition Game Contributed To A Miracle by Bob Brady The National League Pennant Race of 1914 by Frank Vaccaro The Press, The Fans, and the 1914 Boston Braves by Donna L. Halper Return of the Miracle Braves by Bob Brady Miracle Teams by A Comparison of the 1914 Miracle Braves and 1969 Miracle Mets by Tom Nahigian An Unexpected Farewell by The South End Grounds, August 1914 by Bob Ruzzo The Time(s) the Braves Played Home Games at Fenway Park by Bill Nowlin The Kisselkar Sign The Trail Blazers in Indian File by R. E. M. - poems for 1914 Braves, collected by Joanne Hulbert The Story of the 1914 Braves by George Stallings “Mr. Warmth” and “Very Superstitious” – two George Stallings anecdotes by Bob Brady By the Numbers by Dan Fields Creature Feature by Dan Fields
Category: Sports & Recreation

Making Jesus Attractive

Author : Gretchen Schoon Tanis
ISBN : 9781498273749
Genre : Religion
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Making Jesus Attractive is an in-depth look at the history and theology of this parachurch organization dedicated to ministry with young people. Beginning with the theological background of founder Jim Rayburn and moving through the decades of the ministry, this book examines not only the articulated theological statements of the organization but the lived theology as well. This book provides a thorough overview of the theological underpinnings of the Young Life organization and challenges their model of an attractive Christianity, providing insights that could be utilized by all youth ministry workers.
Category: Religion