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Copy of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Parenthood - 3 Win - Ends 5/30/13
This informative and updated edition is divided into three sections. The first being the overall Nutritional facts on what your body needs to be healthy and just as important, the right balance of nutrients. The second section is a complete A-Z listing of foods and how they help to remedy. It also focuses on serving sizes and storing tips. The third section gives you a better understanding of a variety of common ailments as well as the more serious diseases such as cancers and explains how certain foods can help or hinder.
Foods That Harm, Foods That Heal ~ Taking the Natural Approach #Giv...
In forty devotional tales, Where God Finds You breathes new life into ancient Bible characters. Live with and learn about more than forty Bible men and women, including the wife of Pontius Pilate, Esther, John the Baptist, Delilah, Lazarus, and Mary Magdalene.
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ENTER TO WIN A COPY OF ANGELFALL by SUSAN EE.
ENDS NOVEMBER 14th, 2012
Free download: Reinventing Truth: A New Map of the Spiritual Path and Reality As It Is by Edward Mannix. http://www.amazon.com/Reinventing-Truth-Spiritual-Reality-ebook/dp/...
Sorry, I forgot to mention that it was Dec. 9th-18th.
I am looking for some bloggers that would be interested in reviewing a spiritual new age self-help book called Reinventing Truth: A New Map of the Spiritual Path and Reality As It Is by Edward Mannix. Tour will be the 9th-18th and you can sign up using this form:
Reinventing Truth, by Edward Mannix, challenges many of the popularly held beliefs that have become conventional wisdom among spiritual seekers over the past 40+ years. The book highlights when these beliefs fall down or lead to distorted, undesirable consequences - often times because they are only partial truths, not the whole thing. In Part I of the book, the author sheds new light on diverse foundational topics including ego, karma, power, enlightenment, and others. He opens each chapter with a pithy observation that points to the chapter's primary theme. For example, "Things went wrong. Don't be fooled by the silver lining.""Ego is not the enemy. When you think it is, that is your ego talking anyway.""Karma is not just created by what we do. It is also created by what happens to us.""Power does not corrupt. Power reveals.""Half enlightenment is not full enlightenment."Building on the thematic expositions of Part I, Part II delves into deeper philosophical waters - challenging limiting beliefs such as the Buddhist assertion that we can't be fully enlightened in physical form, and overturning more nuanced misunderstandings held by many spiritual seekers and spiritual teachers alike. For example, the idea that there is no such thing as a mistake.From the text:"The organizing intelligence of the universe is so awesome, that no matter what we choose in each moment, in the very next moment, everything is already set up to give us a path from where we are to experiencing the bliss of full enlightenment. Reality reconfigures around us in each moment, opening a new door for us to step through towards the Light, orchestrating a new set of synchronicities to lead us there. At any point in time we can look back on our life path and see how everything was set up to lead us to exactly where we are, and this is true no matter how many mistakes we have made and how many times we have strayed from the path of surrender to our Highest Self. Because this is true, it is easy for us to think that we were always on the path and never strayed from it. It is easy for us to get confused and think that we never made any mistakes and that everything including our wrong action was part of the perfect, Divine Plan."In its totality, Reinventing Truth leads readers to a fuller, more refined and ultimately more useful understanding of reality - a more accurate conception of Reality As It Is that can serve as the basis for a happier and more aligned life.
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Hey guys!! I am giving away a copy of SPARK by Brigid Kemmerer on the blog!! Contest ends on 9/12 - Open to US/Canada ONLY SPARK GIVEAWAY!!!
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