Stepping Into The Magic

Author: Gill Edwards
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1405515996
Size: 25.74 MB
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Developing the ideas contained in her first book, LIVING MAGICALLY, Gill Edwards presents a new approach to everyday life which questions our old assumptions and introduces a new vision of reality. STEPPING INTO THE MAGIC is about having a foot in both worlds - walking with the right foot in the practical reality of everyday life, while using the left to tread the world of the shaman, mystic, visionary, map-maker and co-creator. Learn how to: * Creat success in your life * Grow through joy rather than struglle * Harmonise your three inner selves * Develop you psychic skills * Fulfil your true potential By blending the two worlds into one, we begin to heal the age old divisions between spirit and matter, earth and heaven, masculine and feminine, individuality and oneness.

Integrating Primary Health Care

Author: Paul Randal Thomas
Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing
ISBN: 9781857756623
Size: 14.78 MB
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Paul Thomas, Professor of Primary Care Research, Education and Development, Centre for the Study of Policy and Practice in Health and Social Care, Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, Thames Valley University, Ealing, London Foreword by Kurt Stange and David Colin-Thom, Editor, Annals of Family Medicine, and Director, Family Medicine Research Division, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA; National Clinical Director for Primary Care, Part-time GP, and Honorary Visiting Professor, Manchester Centre for Healthcare Management, Manchester University IN PRODUCTION - due to be published in March 2006 Contents Mapping the territory New ways of thinking about leadership The extraordinary potential of primary care organisations Developing your leadership skills Moving the story forward Helping people to inquire and learn together Infrastructure that facilitates ongoing learning and change Having the right information at the right time Looking after yourself Theories of integration What can we learn from comprehensive primary health care'? Where is general practice heading? Towards an integrated theory of knowledge Towards an integrated theory of health Reconciling linear and systems thinking Techniques that integrate linear and systems thinking Mapping the system of concern Whole system events Facilitating learning in groups Seeing things through different eyes Interviewing for team players

Children Of The New Age

Author: Steven Sutcliffe
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415242998
Size: 71.99 MB
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Children of the New Age, a history of the New Age phenomenon, combines ethnographic research with archival material to give an overview of New Age belief and practice from the 1930s to the present day. It chronicles the development of alternative spirituality from embryonic beginnings to a universal trend: from its inception within the underground enclaves of Rosicrucians, occultists and Alice Bailey's neo-theosophists to its modern-day incursion into mainstream political, musical and artistic culture. But this is also a critical history. New Age culture, says author Steven J. Sutcliffe, is notoriously variegated and hotly contested, exposed to competing strands of revelation and apocalypse. Caught between the hippy explosion and the doomsday scenarios of millennial Christianity and UFO groups, it has been the preserve both of extreme religious individualists and of humanistic countercultures lauding the Edenic perfection of this worldly existence. At stake in its history are controversial questions of value, and of its perceived status as a discrete and unified "movement." This book contains firsthand accounts of the author's adventures in counterculture, including firewalking, spiritual healing workshops and life within a Findhorn communitiy, and archival correspondence and publications from the 1950s and 1960s.

Spiritualities Of Life

Author: Paul Heelas
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 144430111X
Size: 15.14 MB
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This insightful and provocative journey through spiritual landscapes explores the ways in which spiritualities of life have been experienced and understood in Western society, and argues that today’s myriad forms of holistic spirituality are helping us to find balance in face of the stifling demands of twenty-first century living. An enlightening book which explores the ways in which spirituality has been experienced and valued in Western society Traces the development of modern spirituality, from the origins of Romanticism in the eighteenth century, through to the counter-cultural sixties and on to the wellbeing culture of today Explores the belief that modern spirituality is merely an extension of capitalism in which people consume spirituality without giving anything back Contends that much of the wide range of popular mind-body-spirit practices are really an ethically charged force for the ‘good life’, helping us to find balance in the demands of twenty-first century living Written by an acknowledged world-leader working in the field Completes a trilogy of books including The Spiritual Revolution (2005, with Linda Woodhead) and The New Age Movement (1996), charting the rise and influence of spirituality today.

Living Magically

Author: Gill Edwards
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1405516011
Size: 24.62 MB
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Living Magically is a book that has changed countless lives. In this lively and inspiring guide to the tools and techniques of metaphysics, Gill Edwards outlines a spiritually-based psychology for the times that we live in. Taking a practical self-help approach, Living Magically will help you to: Rediscover your inner wisdom; Break through your fears, blockages and limitations; Let go of the past and reach for the future; Grow through love and joy, rather than pain and struggle; Heal your inner child; 'Listen to the whispers' from your Higher Self; Make your dreams come true

Riana S Gift

Author: Dirk van der Merwe
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1504307860
Size: 35.58 MB
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In November 2005, author Dirk van der Merwe received the call every parent dreads above all others. His daughter, Riana, was dead at thirty-seven. In the shocked silence that followed, both Dirk and his late wife, Elsie, underwent an unusual experience. Some would call it paranormal—a phenomena that is physical but can’t be proven scientifically. It was a sensation so overwhelming that—notwithstanding the intense shock, pain, and confusion—it filled them with an indescribable peace and acceptance. This reaction was the exact opposite to their experience thirty-five years prior when their second baby was stillborn. The fact that Elsie experienced the same unaccountable “at peace and complete acceptance” sensation propelled Dirk into an exhaustive study of bereavement and natural law. Riana’s Gift is the result of that investigation. It dissects and rejects all standard recommendations for dealing with death and traumatic loss. It dismisses the idea that the grief and pain of bereavement in all its forms is a life sentence that must be endured and suppressed one day at a time. It is unique in providing guidelines that allow you to live on, joyfully celebrating the spirit of the person you love without anguish or guilt, as though the pain and trauma of the loss never happened while the fond memories of the individual blissfully remain. This is guaranteed by that same natural law that leaves a new mother joyously exuberant, forgetting the recent agony of childbirth. Riana’s Gift offers a hands-on manual to healing from loss and trauma with special focus on parental bereavement based on natural law.

Pure Bliss

Author: Gill Edwards
ISBN: 9780749940058
Size: 65.16 MB
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Pure Bliss is an indispensable handbook for the 21st century. Written by leading spiritual writer and teacher Gill Edwards, Pure Bliss helps us to abandon the stress, busyness and limitations of our everyday lives and discover a more carefree, joyful and creative state of being and living.

Running With Nature

Author: Mariel Hemingway
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0988247666
Size: 29.24 MB
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In Running with Nature Mariel Hemingway and Bobby Williams share their dynamic and authentic approach to living mindfully and healthfully, offering concrete action steps that readers can take and even track through a multifaceted point-earning system. Running with Nature is a book of inspiration. It provides the way to make a difference in the reader's approach to life. Having the willingness to do so is the only requirement. When there is a will to experience each moment of life more fully with vibrancy and vitality, there is a way. It's about reconnecting to nature one broad-minded step at a time to discover a more fulfilling life of simplicity, adventure, stillness and laughter. In Running with Nature, Mariel Hemingway and Bobby Williams share their dynamic and authentic approach to living mindfully and healthfully, offering concrete action steps that readers can take and even track through a multifaceted point-earning system.

The Joy Of Doing Nothing

Author: Rachel Jonat
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1507204957
Size: 76.79 MB
Format: PDF
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"In a world where there's always something, take a minute and enjoy doing nothing. Imagine waking up and ... peace. No rush to make it out the door. No scramble to get everyone fed and dressed. No panic over things that weren't done the night before. Just ten minutes for you to enjoy doing nothing. Doesn't that sound amazing? The Joy of Doing Nothing shows you how to find time in your overscheduled life for these wonderful moments -- and how to let go of any guilt you may have over "wasting" time. Whether it's the ten minutes before starting your day or a Saturday afternoon of unscheduled bliss, allowing yourself this time is the ultimate luxury, and you deserve it. Minimalism expert and author Rachel Jonat shows you the simple ways you can make room in your life for recharging your batteries, leaving you more open to receiving joy -- every day. Go ahead. Take a step back, hit pause, and enjoy doing nothing!"--page 4 of cover.

Magic Spells And Potions

Author: Silvia Hartmann
Publisher: DragonRising Publishing
ISBN: 1873483791
Size: 80.76 MB
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Contains numerous magic spells. This book also teaches you how to make your very own custom power spells, potions and much more. It tells how to: create charms and potions that work; and create spells and curses, or work with the numerous samples provided for beginners.