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Five Lives Remembered

Author : Dolores Cannon
ISBN : 9781886940642
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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THE BEGINNING What do you do when you discover information that is before its time? What do you do when your curiosity takes you on an adventure that is so bizarre that there is nothing "normal" to relate to? This is what happened to Dolores Cannon in 1968, long before she began her career as a past-life hypnotherapist and regressionist. Travel back with us to that time when the words "reincarnation, past-lives, regression, walk-ins, New Age" were unknown to the general population. This is the story of two normal people, who accidentally stumbled across past-lives while working with a doctor to help a patient relax. It began so innocently, yet it crossed the boundaries of the imagination to open up an entirely new way of thinking at a time when such a thing was unheard of. It went totally against the belief systems of the time. It was so startling that they should have stopped, but their curiosity demanded that they continue to explore the unorthodox. The experiment changed the participants and everyone involved, and their beliefs would never be the same. Dolores Cannon is now a world-renowned hypnotherapist who has explored thousands of cases in the forty years since 1968, and has written fifteen books about her discoveries. Her books are translated into more than 20 languages. She is teaching her unique form of hypnosis all over the world. When she lectures people ask, "How did you get started on all of this?" This is the story of her beginnings. The book was written in 1980, her very first book. It has laid dormant, gathering dust, until now, waiting. Now is the time for it to come forth. Enjoy the adventure!
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Tribute Three Lives Remembered

Author : Judythe Pearson Patberg
ISBN : 9781475994063
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1932, a 15-year-old boy was transplanted from a small farm in northern Minnesota to a large hospital in Minneapolis. He had been diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma and was undergoing radiation treatments that produced pain and mind-wrenching homesickness. At the same time, another 15-year-old boy was fighting for his life in a hospital room not far from Ernie’s. Tom had been forced to leave his home and was riding the rails, looking for work when he became sick. Thirteen years later, a second transplant occurred. This time it was Ernie’s brother, Raymond (Fat), who left the Minnesota farm to serve in World War Two. Fat’s letters home are replete with references to a brother with whom he shared a special bond while growing up together. Tribute: Th ree Lives Remembered is a story honoring the memories of three people whose worlds were both removed from and inextricably tied to each other. It’s a story told through poignant letters that spoke consistently and longingly of hope for a return to the small farm in northern Minnesota and the people who lived there.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Soul Remembers Hiroshima

Author : Dolores Cannon
ISBN : 9780963277664
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The persistent memory of a horrible death, that reached across time and space, and caused a 22 year old American girl to seek past-life therapy, revealed the dramatic story of a Japanese man who was killed in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. There have been many stories of pain, death and destruction told by survivors of the Hiroshima bombing. This is the eyewitness account of one who did not survive!This case revealed startling information about the Japanese side of the war. Research into the bombing also revealed terrible truths that the public was not aware of at the time of this dramatic ending of World War II.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Bottoming Out The Universe

Author : Richard Grossinger
ISBN : 9781620559901
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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An exploration into consciousness, the universe, and the nature of reality • Draws on transdimensional physics and biology, reincarnation and past-life memories, animal consciousness, multiple identities, thoughtforms, soul pictures, and paranormal phenomena like crop circles and poltergeists • Explores the riddle of personal identity and how it differs from consciousness • Reveals that consciousness is more than encompassing all that exists--it also speaks to what has yet to manifest Scientific orthodoxy views the universe as conceived of matter--protons, neutrons, electrons, down to the smallest particle, quarks. But, when you keep digging, what is “beneath” quarks? The scientific worldview does not take into account consciousness or life itself. How did consciousness become part of the material universe? Is it a by-product of brain chemistry or a constituent of reality? Or, to dig deeper, which is more fundamental: the existence of an objective physical universe or our subjective experience of it? In this investigation into consciousness, the universe, and the nature of reality, Richard Grossinger offers a wide-ranging foundation for reimagining the universe as based in consciousness rather than matter. He presents in-depth analysis of the standard scientific description of the universe, revealing the holes in its theories. Exploring the interpenetration of matter and all reality by consciousness, the author looks at reincarnation and past-life memories, examining famous and lesser-known but verifiable accounts. He then explores the nature and origin of consciousness, with accompanying explorations of animal consciousness, the brain as a computer, multiple identities, thoughtforms, soul pictures, and paranormal phenomena like UFOs, faeries, and poltergeists. He also examines concepts from physics that combine elements of both consciousness and matter, such as collapsing waveforms and the uncertainty principle of quantum mechanics. Examining nonlocal and transpersonal modes of consciousness, Grossinger looks at the difference between consciousness and personal identity. He expands this discussion with reflections on Sethian cosmology, using Seth’s own words and Jane Roberts’s and John Friedlander’s interpretations. He reveals that consciousness also encompasses what has yet to manifest and explains why the universe exists at all: why there is “something” rather than “nothing.” Skewering the materialist paradigm and placing consciousness alongside mass, gravity, and heat as an essential component of the universe, Grossinger proposes that reality is a thoughtform where sentient beings collaborate to bring about a concrete realm vibrating at their own frequency.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

What Is Remembered Lives

Author : Phoenix Lefae
ISBN : 0738761117
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This book is an invitation to find the spirits that you sense around you, to connect with them, honor them, and share their stories. Within these pages, you will find that you can interact with deities, the fae, and the beloved dead, both the known and unknown. All of these spirits can provide you with myriad gifts, but the channels of communication must be open first. Join author Phoenix LaFae as she shows you how to reach out beyond the mundane world to other realms of existence. What is Remembered, Lives shares hands on techniques you can use to honor and commune with spirits through realm travel or invitation. Learn how to work with intention, research, and your own place of power. Discover ways to open up to the experiences that await you and negotiate with the spirits that you contact. This book includes dozens of exercises and provides instructions for beginners and experienced spiritual practitioners. How many deities and ancestors have been lost to time, invasion, and changes in culture? How much distance has grown between us and the natural world of the fae? How many of these beings are hanging on by a thread right now; only remembered by a precious few? The experience of entering into relationship with spirit is unlike any other experience. Now is a good time to start. This book shows you how.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Life Lessons From My Five Year Old

Author : Kimber Lynne
ISBN : 9781475969405
Genre : Self-Help
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Life Lessons from My Five-Year-Old shares the journey Kimber Lynne took to remember what matters most in life. Her “aha” moment came when she realized that her young daughter could save her from herself and show her what really matters in life. Once she realized this, she began to enjoy the extraordinary moments that happen every day instead of trying to anticipate what the future might bring. It is through teaching her daughter—and being taught by her in return—that she has been able to change her view of life’s important moments, value, and fears and learn to live more in the present. Her journey also included recognizing and overcoming some of the negative and destructive behaviors that have formed her own beliefs and making the necessary changes in her life so she would not pass negative traits on to her daughter. The first lesson she learned from her five-year-old was that all of the risks and emotional hurdles can help move you from the off-ramp back onto the main road moving forward. Her journey of becoming a parent to her little girl definitely moved her in the right direction. Life Lessons from My Five-Year-Old is about recognizing the fact that we need to trust ourselves and our instincts because we probably already know the answers. Doing the work to get to know our inner self a little better can certainly help kick-start uncovering our truth and passion.
Category: Self-Help

Twenty Five Years Of Detective Life

Author : Jerome Caminada
ISBN : 9781108054775
Genre : History
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Published in 1895, real tales of crime and criminals in Victorian Manchester by a detective whose reputation inspired Conan Doyle.
Category: History

Five Lives

Author : Frank Pakenham Earl of Longford
ISBN : UOM:39015031904587
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

Life Is Hopeful For The Living

Author : Dr M.A. Monareng
ISBN : 9781499088205
Genre : Religion
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Dr Monareng believes that there are rays of hope even during the darkest hours of our lives. Hope gives us zeal and courage to believe that things will be better one day. We are in the world that is full of lies and lacks forgiveness. The world that has become an employer to the human race. In this fascinating journey of life, elders need to pass on a baton to the younger generation with the hope that norms and values of the past remain immortal. The twenty-first-century parents should apply the relevant parenting style. Our lives have an impact on the lives of our followers in this world. Be brave and be a conqueror who is not a fake but is him/herself. We must be remembered even long after our deaths. Swim through the storms of life and make peace with the past in order to enjoy the present.
Category: Religion

Walton S Lives

Author : Jessica Martin
ISBN : 0198270151
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Arguing that Walton's practice in his 'Lives' was crucial in shaping modern expectations of biography, this text investigates topics such as how biography should be organised; how it should treat evidence; and how it should regard narrative coherence.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Five Lives Of Ben Hecht

Author : Doug Fetherling
ISBN : UCAL:B4382624
Genre : Authors, American
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As a writer, Ben Hecht (1894-1964) operated on many fronts and just as many levels. As a Chicago reporter in the wide-open 1920s, he created a frenetic and extravagant style of journalism. Later, he made his mark as a novelist of the bizarre, and was also one of the most popular playwrights of his day. Still later, as a screenwriter and sometime director in the golden age of Hollywood, he left a permanent stamp on films and on movie legend. Hecht was a prolific writer (35 books and twice as many films) and has come to seem just as prodigious in the combined folklore of Broadway, the movie industry and the newspaper business. But the fact that he worked in so many fields simultaneously has tended to blur his reputation. In this introduction to Hecht's personality and works, Doug Fetherling breaks Hecht's career into five overlapping "lives" or phases. First, there are the darlings of the avant garde, Hecht the Iconoclast and Hecht the Bohemian, at war with the ordinary, who brought about a new appreciation of the modern urban sensibility. Next was Hecht the Sophisticate, who mixed a unique concoction of sentiment and cynicism, a blend that remains a feature of his work and of popular culture between the wars. Then there was Hecht the Propagandist, who, in his work on behalf of the Jewish people, managed to alienate all sides of a bitterly fought series of political confrontations. Finally, there was Hecht the Memoirist who, drawing on previous selves, brought new vigor to what is often a stodgy literary form. While the Hollywood Hecht is best remembered today, Fetherling argues that the whole of his work must be viewed before we can gain insight into any of its parts. In so doing, he has written the first serious examination of a writer who, while at odds with his times, is one without whom they would not have been quite the same.--From publisher description.
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Adl Bulletin

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ISBN : WISC:89058257957
Genre : Antisemitism
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Category: Antisemitism

Retirement Counseling

Author : Jane E. Myers
ISBN : 9781317770572
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Psychology

Five Years To Freedom

Author : James N. Rowe
ISBN : 9780307781697
Genre : History
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When Green Beret Lieutenant James N. Rowe was captured in 1963 in Vietnam, his life became more than a matter of staying alive. In a Vietcong POW camp, Rowe endured beri-beri, dysentery, and tropical fungus diseases. He suffered grueling psychological and physical torment. He experienced the loneliness and frustration of watching his friends die. And he struggled every day to maintain faith in himself as a soldier and in his country as it appeared to be turning against him. His survival is testimony to the disciplined human spirit. His story is gripping. From the Paperback edition.
Category: History

The Parliamentary Debates

Author : Great Britain. Parliament
ISBN : MINN:31951D01084552C
Genre : Great Britain
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Parliamentary Debates

Author : Thomas C. Hansard
ISBN : BSB:BSB10279527
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