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Numerology is said to be a science of your inner numbers. Is it just a pseudo-science, or not though? The author of this book has been practising numerology for over forty years, and he believes in the truth that it reveals through an in-depth study of its methods. Truth is always t...
In 1970, Jane Roberts allowed a disincarnate being to dictate his book through her. This being was known as Seth. What Seth said in his book is as relevant today as it was in their day.
Mind Power is a book for everyone who want to maximise their potential and take charge of their own destiny.The Author Christian Godefroy is a specialist in positive thinking and auto suggestions. The book claims to increase one's creativity, boost one's self esteem, overcome addictio...
Both the good times and the bad times in our lives are connected and are inseparable..
This is a futuristic tale about living in a perfect society. There will also be a lesson or two to use in a social studies or English class.
This article is a book review about a book written by the writer Deepak Chopra. This writer has written many books about a range of different subjects. This one is about ageing, and why we age. The writer (of this article) once met Deepak at a talk on transcendental meditation. He ...
I was introduced to Samantha Carr (via Facebook) by my daughter Amy. Samantha's book was published in 2009. A lot of her experiences echoed my own. I feel connected to her.
This article is a review of Eckhart Tolle's best-selling book, "The Power of Now". Millions of copies of this book have been sold to people all over the world. The book has a certain power within its writing which can create a new type of experience in its readers. The reader, whil...
In 1995, Barbara Marciniak published a book that purported to be channelled from inhabitants of the Pleiades. I am going to focus on a couple of paragraphs from the chapter called "The Heavens Speak". The words seem to explain Astrology spiritually.
This book has an interesting title. We are often stirred by others at work. We are often bullied, or shamed, or persuaded to be someone that we really are not. This book informs us that by allowing ourselves to live from this false self, we are actually in fact doing a disservice to ...
Anger is an emotion that makes the body feel as if it is going to explode. The chest feels tight and the head seems to swell. The Anger Diet by Dr. Brenda Shoshanna teaches the reader how to deal with this negative emotion.
This article is a review of this timeless and classic book. The book itself is reviewed of course, but this writer also touches on a few rather unusual practices of the writer, Napoleon Hill, which he himself revealed in some other books of his.
I read this book in the late 1970's. The premise that humans would turn to extraterrestrials for help and guidance wasn't so far-fetched back then. Now I wonder: what were we thinking?
I've known about David Icke's campaign to wake up the world since his infamous Terry Wogan interview in the early 1990's. The things he says would be the subject of defamation lawsuits if anyone else had said them, but because the public's perception of him is that he's a 'nutter', no...
This book, written by a communications expert, mainly addressed at women, allows the reader to reach a level of self-confidence that brings a natural assertive stance to their lives. This new found assertiveness can then be used in nearly every circumstance where before-hand perhaps ...
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