Advanced Ho'oponopono will take you to the next step of your spiritual quest. If you have read books such as Zero Limits by Dr. Joe Vitale, you will appreciate this new book and the new levels it will take you to. Ho'oponopono is the best way to activate the law of attraction. That is because the law of attraction requires one to be clear on what he or she is trying to attract, and Ho'oponopono is the best way for one to become clear and clean.
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Llew has a gift. Her body heals itself from any injury - but at a cost to anyone nearby. In a country fearful of magic, freeing yourself from the hangman's noose by wielding forbidden power brings dangers of its own. After dying and coming back, Llew drops from the gallows into the hands of Jonas: the man carrying the knife with the power to kill her - permanently.
Eliza Gallagher is tough, resilient, and rides a horse like she was born in the saddle. All necessary qualities for someone who runs a cattle ranch. She had more to avenge than any of them and she was counting on those skills to finally find the justice they all sought - until she realized it could cost her everything and everyone she loved. Ramsey Hunter finally knew what it was to have a family and what it took to keep that family together.
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1860 - Palo Pinto, Texas: Under the spectacular glow of a Comanche moon, a family is slaughtered, their homestead torched. Nineteen-year-old Barleigh Flanders survives the terrifying raid. Fiercely determined to rebuild, she seizes an opportunity meant for another. It's a foolhardy, reckless scheme. Desperate, near penniless, it's her only hope.
Follow the adventures of a Dueber Hampden wristwatch from its original owner, a physician living in New York City in 1923, across generations to a young college woman in Saudi Arabia in 2004. This is a collection of novellas originally appearing in the novel, Alexios, Before Dying: Velia and the Magician, Kimi and the Shaman, and Leta and the Sufi.
Abigail was a bright, popular high school student with great dreams for her future. One day, mental illness struck and those dreams came crashing down. Or did they? In this fascinating psychological novel, we learn about schizophrenia from the perspective of eighteen year old Abby. She unexpectedly finds herself afflicted with a condition that has severe social stigma and for which there is no cure. We accompany her as she gradually loses mental clarity and the ability to function in society; and we follow her on the journey as she attempts to return to a normal life.
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Do you ever ask yourself about your life after retirement? Did you already make some strategic decisions? Struggling with a plan you should start today? The truth is most of us are coming to these questions one day. And if your answer is yes to any of these questions, Retirement Strategies might be the solution for you.
With poignant and artful storytelling that will touch the heart, A Touch of Splendor is a memoir that wonderfully depicts three young sisters - preacher's daughters each with her own personality - and their neighborhood friend, Leonard Martin - growing up in Las Cruces, New Mexico, in the 1930s and 1940s. Each story will tug at your heartstrings and rekindle warm memories of days gone by.
It is 1693 in Hereford, Connecticut, when Mary Case, the spinster daughter of a Puritan minister, finds herself hopelessly smitten by roguish thief Daniel Eames. Betrothed to a man she does not like or love, she is soon compelled to help Daniel escape from jail. Suddenly she finds herself on the run, not only accused of being Daniel's accomplice but also of murder.
One hundred years after Dr. Irwin C. Jacobs begins his epic quest to develop a truly cognitive neural array, "artificial sentients" live amongst us and are sold in retail stores. With the establishment of a new slavery comes a new abolitionist movement and a new underground railroad - run by people determined to protect these new slaves from the worst abuses of their human owners.
Writing from her own struggles, experiences, and insights, Crump has compiled a beautiful and evocative collection of verse for those struggling with life, love, loss, and self-worth. These pieces are eloquently woven together in an honest and full-color story of the human experience - a story of triumph by way of positive transformation, self-healing, patience, and understanding.
The story begins in 1984. Kimi is lost, deep in the Wirikuta Desert in Mexico. During her adventure, she encounters a shaman, a delirious New York artist, ransom-seeking desperadoes, an unlikely villain, a dolphin, and an Aboriginal spirit named Boonga.
The story begins in 2004. In Saudi Arabia, Leta, an American graduate student with schizophrenia, forgoes medication so that she may use her "gift" - the ability to experience historic events through merely touching an artifact or treading sacred ground. Her psychotic symptoms emerge when the man she loves lures her into the hands of slave traders.