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Ordinary Women Extraordinary Wisdom

Author : Rita Marie Robinson
ISBN : 1846940680
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A collection of intimate, heartfelt conversations with women spiritual teachers.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Essence Of Reality

Author : Thomas Nehrer
ISBN : 9781846947476
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Essence of Reality is the most perceptive, exacting look at the flow of Reality ever. Rarely has a human glimpsed beyond the confines of the self-aware mind to see the interactive flow of mind-value into Reality. Thomas Nehrer here goes beyond a glimpse to specify that flow, depicting Consciousness explicitly. The Essence of Reality illustrates that all of one's life - health, success, authority, abundance - reflect one's inner nature, leading the reader to see exactly how that works. It gives explicit tools for delving into limiting mindsets to accomplish real change.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Birthing Ourselves Into Being

Author : Baraka Bethany Elihu
ISBN : 9781450006668
Genre : Psychology
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With her groundbreaking debut book, Birthing Ourselves into Being: A Year Long Women's Empowerment Program, author Baraka Bethany Elihu transcends the restrictions of intellectually-based therapy by offering an experiential curriculum of personal healing centered not only in doing but in being. "Many women are naturally heading towards this gentler, organic approach in personal therapeutic work. Women are ready to be simply witnessed in their own mastery. We do not need to be managed, facilitated, taught or guided," explains Baraka. "The experts live within us." Birthing Ourselves into Being is fully situated in the metaphor of childbirth. The book consists of twelve chapters that explore the symbolic rhythms of the childbearing year, including pre-conception and postpartum. Offering clear, innovative, and effective steps, this creative arts-based curriculum provides readers tools to emerge with an entirely new life and stories of adventure and love to inspire the journeys of other women. "We can surrender to our process and trust that a greater peace in the world will emerge naturally, from the very belly of our personal, quiet revolutions," Baraka writes. "The space we hold for ourselves and for one another becomes the standard by which the planet responds. It is time. And we are ready."
Category: Psychology

Women Spirituality And Transformative Leadership

Author : Kathe Schaaf
ISBN : 9781594733130
Genre : Religion
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Presents essays that explore leadership and spirituality in order to inspire women, regardless of their spiritual tradition, to unite and become spiritual leaders.
Category: Religion

Ending The Search

Author : Dorothy S. Hunt
ISBN : 9781683640646
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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What is life when seeking ends? Just what is, nothing more or less— an ordinary person doing ordinary things, not wishing to be more or less, content to simply be herSelf. —Dorothy Hunt, Only This Do you ever feel as if your spiritual search is getting you nowhere? That despite sincere intention and effort, you’re reaping frustration instead of fruit? In Ending the Search, Dorothy Hunt unravels a dilemma that has vexed countless people on a spiritual path. “You may have tried all manner of practices, meditation, guru shopping, chanting, prayer, and still you have not attained your heart’s desire,” she writes. “This book is about the ego’s spiritual ambition, its search for its idea of ‘enlightenment,’ its struggles and its eventual fate as seeker becomes the sought.” Ending the Search explores the deep spiritual impulse to awaken and the ways a future-focused mind “co-opts” or veils what is timelessly free, loving, and ever present. Dorothy invites us to follow our longing for truth, love, or enlightenment back to their source—the Heart that is beckoning us beyond separation. While describing and honoring different practices and paths taken in one’s search for Truth, she emphasizes the practice of self-inquiry as taught by Ramana Maharshi. We are invited to search not for an idea of something “out there,” but for the true identity of the seeker, the unnamable Mystery that is compassionately aware, existing right now in each of us. The book also looks at the processes of embodiment and surrender, the need for “ruthless honesty” without self-judgment, and in its concluding section, shares a vision of life lived authentically. “The spiritual search is a call to remember who or what you essentially are,” explains Dorothy Hunt. “What ends the search is actually present from the very beginning, beckoning you to come Home. In truth, you are what you seek, yet you must make the discovery for yourself.” This is your invitation, with Ending the Search. Highlights: • The nature of spiritual ambition • When practice becomes problematic • How the thinking mind separates us from the moment • Silence and stillness, our greatest teachers • Ego and the trance of separation • The human heart as a doorway to the infinite • The freedom of Presence • The price of Realization • Gurus, spiritual teachers, and charlatans • Undoing core egoic beliefs • Resting the mind in the Heart of Awareness
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Beyond The Good Girl Jail

Author : Sandra Felt
ISBN : 9780757318450
Genre : Self-Help
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Contrary to common theories, it is not only good to focus internally, but it's actually healthy to the point of being crucial to developing a loving, spiritual self. Here, Felt uniquely describes the process of that growth and how each step feels in vivid detail, utilizing right-brain language and poetry that emphasizes experiential maturation in addition to left-brain comprehension. Beyond the Good-Girl Jail is unique in that it is written from a neutral, encouraging, developmental point of view, rather than a mental health point of view, which is sometimes interpreted as judgmental and shaming. It is theoretical in the basics, yet practical. It is psychological, yet not steeped in pathological jargon. Part of the appeal of Felt's approach is her use of case examples and illustrations of the "Self Principles" in various common situations. When you listen from a deeper place, you hear a deeper truth. This stick-to-the-ribs book will have readers thinking long after reading it. They will not only remember the words and stories, but they will experience a shift in their language and a surprising growth in their choices.
Category: Self-Help

Don T Drink The Green Juice

Author : Sheila L Llewellyn
ISBN : 1096860562
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Some days you eat salads and go to the gym; some days you eat cupcakes and refuse to put on pants.It's called balance.This is only some of the extraordinary wisdom that Sheila L. Llewellyn, author of Submission is NOT a Four - Letter Word and from Self - Esteem to God - esteem, is going to share with you. Sheila finds herself aging quite ungracefully and she wants to take you along for the ride! From laughter at exploding green juice to crying over a child's addiction, you will join her on the trip up hills of marriage and down valleys of in-laws to uncover the secrets to living ordinary lives.

Bridge Builders Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things

Author : Elaine Voci
ISBN : 9781456624316
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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As you read the stories in Bridge Builders: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things, you will enjoy the company of 12 humorous, uplifting and energizing women. You will find wonderful portrayals of the heart, mind and soul of faith and come to appreciate these aspects of yourself. Elaine Voci gives us the 12 stories of women who have had life-changing experiences plus her own story during the year that it took to complete the book. Whether facing terminal illnesses, the loss of a hard-won career or the pursuit of a dream that seems unreachable, these women found a source of faith and courage within themselves that they did not always trust or believe they had. Each called upon inner resources, friendships with other women, scriptural passages and other inspiring words to not only endure, but to conquer fear and grow stronger. They have made it through the dark night of the soul, not just intact, but stronger and wiser for the experience.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

They Fought For Something

Author : Paula Odhiambo
ISBN : 1463690800
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Far too many of us walk around feeling like second-class citizens of God's kingdom and third wheels in His glorious design. We sit back and get comfortable in mediocrity, refusing to be more than spectators, assuming that our lives are lackluster "fillers" in God's wonderful plan.The Bible, which is the guide for every Christian's life, tells us that this is far from the case. Every individual is special before God, and we each have an assignment. By human standards, our stories may not qualify as movie material, but by God's standards, we are all superstars.This book invites you to examine the lives of a few Bible women we almost forgot - ordinary women who made a huge difference, not by theatrics and world-class stunts, but by applying simple actions that God always rewards: obedience, patience, persistence, and wisdom.