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Listening To Spirit Wisdom

Author : Peter Watson Jenkins
ISBN : 0991263804
Genre : Self-Help
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This book has been facilitated by the Ascended Masters, a group of senior spirit guides at Home on the other side. Two thirds of the book feature questions to the Masters from people all over the world, previously published on their website: Mastersofthespiritworld.com. The answers have been channeled by Toni Winninger a Chicago-based clear channel psychic with a world-wide reputation. Three interviews by Peter Watson Jenkins, an author, are of the souls of Genghis Kahn the Mogul emperor, Dorothea Dix a pioneer in mental health administration, and Thomas Jefferson, third President of the USA. Three essays have the theme of listening to the wisdom of the spirit world. This book follows on from a similar publication, Spirit World Wisdom, published by Celestial Voices, Inc.
Category: Self-Help

Listen To Spirit

Author : Kelvin Cruickshank
ISBN : 9780143774457
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Kelvin Cruickshank, bestselling psychic medium, shares incredible stories from his lifelong work listening to spirit. This all-new book draws on his most recent work, including how he has helped to solve high profile missing persons cases and murders, both in his native New Zealand and in the USA. Some of these stories are shocking, some heartbreaking, some uplifting - but all are inspiring and full of Kelvin's wisdom and guidance to help the living.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Way Of Spiritual Direction

Author : Francis Kelly Nemeck
ISBN : 0814654479
Genre : Religion
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"A Michael Glazier book."Originally published: Wilmington, Del. : M. Glazier, ©1985. Includes bibliographical references (pages 216-220). Table of Contents: Spiritual regeneration -- Spiritualization-interiorization -- The spiritual director as abba/amma -- Spiritual direction as listening -- Manifestation of the heart -- Basic principles for listening -- Divine wisdom -- The emergence of the directee's spiritual direction -- Difficulties for the director in listening -- Difficulties for the directee in listening -- Listening to and loving the directee -- The spiritual director-directee relationship -- Listening and poverty of spirit -- Personalized retreats.
Category: Religion

The Spiritual Wisdom And Practices Of Early Christianity

Author : Alphonse and Rachel Goettmann
ISBN : 9780982760987
Genre : Religion
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In this book, we will consider the fundamental practices of the Christian experience. They are backed by two thousand years of history and a sea of witnesses who, down through the ages, have journeyed on this path that has led them to the summits of wisdom and holiness. The difficulty in the presentation of these "methods" is their inevitable and artificial juxtaposition when they only find their internal and organic coherence in the living Tradition. They are all held together as in a living organism; each element comes at a particular stage in a life that gravitates around its axis: the Christ. That is why we will use a method which will make it possible for the reader not to remain on the exterior as a spectator: the repetition of key ideas. This is a teaching in the form of a spiral, an "eating of the word" where, as in liturgical chants and the experiential method of Scripture, we become that which we "eat" continually, we "are" what we have just read rather than merely "knowing" it. Each chapter is a new approach to the unique Reality. Rather than addressing the intellect, it speaks to the heart.
Category: Religion

Listening To Edith Stein Wisdom For A New Century

Author : Kathleen Haney
ISBN : 9781939272454
Genre : Philosophy
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In addition to exploring and dialoging with others in the history of philosophy as well as her contemporaries, Edith Stein—Teresa Benedicta of the Cross— (1891-1942) has added her own voice to some of the fundamental questions that have been taken up by great minds over the centuries, from Aristotle to Aquinas and beyond. Stein did not simply bring together the work of the various great philosophers and theologians; rather, she delved into their work after having first wrestled with the topics themselves. These fifteen essays by leading international Stein scholars demonstrate the breadth and depth Stein’s writings offer: a wide terrain for scholarly exploration as well as for the general reader seeking to glean St. Edith Stein’s wisdom on prayer, renewal and feminism. This newest Carmelite Studies volume offers a unique opportunity to “listen” to the voice and wisdom of this 20th century philosopher, convert, Carmelite and martyr. Includes a comprehensive index, a complete list of all editions of Edith Stein’s works in both German and English, and biographical sketches of the contributors.
Category: Philosophy

Still Listening

Author : Norvene Vest
ISBN : 9780819225177
Genre : Religion
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In this inspiring volume, spiritual directors share the wisdom gained from their personal experience in helping those who face challenges and crises. Everyone struggles from time to time, and spiritual direction is the careful and compassionate listening one person offers to another as both experience the presence of God’s spirit. Practiced by clergy and laypeople throughout the history of the Christian tradition, spiritual direction can open a pathway to guidance and support as well as a greater awareness of grace. In this collection of eloquent and honest essays, a wide variety of spiritual directors from different faith traditions reveal how they employ this practice, as they accompany those dealing with challenges such as drug addiction, abuse, poverty, church drop-outs, gay and lesbian issues, death and dying, and social justice. These pieces also address spiritual direction in settings from congregational to corporate, consider the needs of different generations, and examine using art as a healing tool. Gathered together by a leading practitioner, these candid and loving accounts offer solutions, suggestions, and hope for everyone who feels called to service in this way. Contributors include: Joseph D. Driskill (Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA); Juan Reed (Chicago, IL); Rich Rossiter (Oak Park, IL); Sandra Lommason (Davis, CA); Howard Rice (Santa Rosa, CA); Tom Cashman (Federal Way, WA); Steven Charleston (Episcopal Divinity School); Barry Woodbridge (Rancho Cucamonga, CA); Margaret Guenther (Washington, D.C.); Betsy Caprio Hedburg (Culver City, CA) and Kenneth Leech, (London), Janet Ruffing, and Norvene Vest.
Category: Religion

Wisdom From Your Spirit Guides

Author : James Van Praagh
ISBN : 9781401951375
Genre : Guides (Spiritualism)
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Explore the many different guides you can encounter over the course of your life and lifetimes, including earth guides who have physical bodies and those who reside in the spirit realm (From book jacket).
Category: Guides (Spiritualism)

Spirit Speaks Are You Listening

Author : Vera Haldy-Regier, Valerie Stiehl
ISBN : 1462049958
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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“Spirit Speaks. Are You Listening?” follows the remarkable spiritual journey of a woman who knew from early childhood that she had a wise and true voice within that spoke to her from realms beyond. Valerie Croce Stiehl outlines a life path every one of us can take if we long for inner peace and fulfillment. Hers are words to live by, road signs that can be followed readily no matter where you are on your path. She tells of her early years as the suddenly single mother of five children; years of deprivation as she worked and went to school and struggled to put food on the table for her family; a later executive career in Manhattan; a transforming Near Death Experience as a result of a devastating car crash; and a decade living on an Indian reservation in South Dakota. Those experiences forged a woman of towering strength, love and purpose—guided surely by Spirit. It has been said of her by a spiritual teacher that she lives in a state of grace. This book confirms the fact. “Enlightened, deeply spiritual, and most welcome, ‘Spirit Speaks’ fulfills the seeker’s quest for truths both mundane and ethereal.” Swami Bhimasen - Sivanda Ashram, India “Valerie shares with us connectedness to the universe, not unlike Nicholas Black Elk, who, like her, left behind a comfortable world to seek truth and beauty in the natural spiritualism of Native American culture.” Don Wigal, Ph.D. - Experiences in Faith (1970)
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Listening

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ISBN : UOM:39015081692611
Genre : Religion and culture
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Category: Religion and culture

Listening To God In Times Of Choice

Author : Gordon T. Smith
ISBN : 0830876197
Genre : Religion
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All Christians yearn to live at the center of God's will. But how to discern his will is an art that eludes many of us. And the advice we get often conflicts. Some tell us to look for a divine "blueprint"-the one perfect plan for our lives that we need to find. We are encouraged to search the Scriptures and hunt for signs, trying to uncover the map of our lives that God has drawn. Others have rejected the blueprint school of guidance for the "wisdom school." With minds renewed by the teaching of Scripture, we are to develop the wisdom necessary to make wise choices. We are told not to expect that there is just one answer to God's will for every decision we face. Several may be possible. The difficulty with both approaches, writes Gordon Smith, is that they minimize the presence and voice of God in times of choice. Instead, he argues for a third way. He suggests that we develop discernment as a spiritual discipline. By stressing the personal aspects of growing in our relationship with God, we can understand his will, not just in times of crisis but throughout our daily lives. This book provides no magic formulas, no recipes for guaranteed success-just a lot of insight, gleaned from centuries of lived Christian experience, that will guide and encourage you in the art of discerning God's will.
Category: Religion

Are We Listening To The Angels

Author : Robert J. Grant
ISBN : 0876043279
Genre : Religion
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Author Grant takes readers beyond the fact of angelic appearances to show how angels influence the world. He includes new research on angels' role in personal and planetary karma, the angelic hierarchy, the origin and destiny of Christ, archangels, fallen angels, and what the Revelation really means.
Category: Religion

Spirit Calling

Author : Michael Wuehler
ISBN : 9781489733535
Genre : Religion
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“Spirit Calling” is a daily devotional centered on select Bible passages. The devotional brings inspiration and spiritual direction to the reader in a modern context from ageless Biblical wisdom. This book will touch your heart and soul as you read and feel the words of daily inspiration. Readers are invited to come to this book each day with a soul eager to encounter God. The Spirit of God does truly live in each and every one of us today. Hopefully you will feel and hear the movement and voice of the Spirit within you in this daily devotional.
Category: Religion

A Listening Heart

Author : Joyce Marie Smith
ISBN : 0842323759
Genre : Bible
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Category: Bible

Listening To The Spirit Within

Author : Roland S. Martin
ISBN : NWU:35556039133913
Genre : Christian ethics
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When God speaks, are you really listening? In this compilation of faith-based essays, nationally award-winning journalist and CNN Contributor Roland S. Martin addresses a number of contemporary issues from a spiritual perspective. Honest, forthright and focused, Martin speaks candidly - based on what God has placed in his spirit - about the relevance of faith in everyday life, and how living a life for the Lord can have a positive effect on all aspects of our lives. The topics include: - The real meaning of the prayer of Jabez - Don't just thank God, represent Him - A spiritual lesson from Sex in the City - A spiritual graduation - Showing gratitude for God's blessings - Spiritual mentorship - Rediscovering the "C" in YWCA - Your trial is your testimony - Ordinary people, extraordinary God - Spiritual warfare: Stay prepared for life's battles If you want to be blessed, this is a book that you must get today!
Category: Christian ethics

Mornings With The Holy Spirit

Author : Jennifer LeClaire
ISBN : 9781629981895
Genre : Religion
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In the form of daily devotions, shares the words of the Holy Spirit as heard by the author, and includes relevant Scripture references and prayer starters.
Category: Religion

The People S Bible

Author : Joseph Parker
ISBN : HARVARD:AH552N
Genre : Bible
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The Power Of Naming

Author : Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza
ISBN : UOM:39015040700869
Genre : Feminist theology
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Category: Feminist theology