In this book you'll discover how to use the powerful self-healing technique known as EFT, or "tapping," to create greater wealth and abundance in your life.With this simple "tap and release" method, you'll remove the energy blocks that are preventing the Law of Attraction from helping you manifest the money you desire in your life. You'll be able to open the energetic channels that will allow more wealth and abundance to flow to you.
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Chinese medicine is considered to be extremely effective, and there are various ways that it can be used. That also means that there are various herbs. Of course, there are also the top ten most effective and common Chinese herbs as well, and this book will teach you exactly what those are.
Originally published in 1890 by Madame Blavatsky, this paper serves as part defense of and part biography of Franz Anton Mesmer. She discusses how science disavows magic while at the same time adopting and renaming identical concepts. She writes of the relationship between hypnotism and mesmerism, as well as how both were looked at within the scientific and occult communities across Europe at the time.
The Law of Attraction is already working within you and through you. If you are checking out this book, it is not by accident. You may think that you have just happened upon it. However, because of the Law of Attraction, you really have attracted it to yourself.
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Unlike the First Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ, the events here deal primarily with the birth of the Virgin Mary herself and her own life during pregnancy and up to the birth of Jesus.
Discover how to quiet your mind in one minute or less with a variety of proven meditation techniques. From mindfulness in everyday life to breath awareness and visualization, the practices in this book are designed to give anyone with one minute to spare a taste of inner peace.
Annie Besant was a writer, lecturer, prominent Theosophist, and women's rights activist of her time. She was a frequent contributor to various Theosophical publications of her day. This particular piece dates to 1913, and she's writing about the Ancient Mysteries as compared to the modern religions of the world. She also discusses the Great White Brotherhood, Initiation, the Rosicrucians, Madame Blavatsky, and other related topics.
Madame Blavatsky was the face of the Theosophical movement, and probably its most prolific writer. In this particular piece, published in 1889, she writes somewhat philosophically about the dawning of a new age of writers and religious thinkers. She feels that she is witnessing an equalization of sorts, within society, which she refers to as the Awakening Spirit of Humanity. She urges the listener to participate, rather than just sit idly by and observe.
If you're ready to drop pounds, boost your mental health and get a stronger body overall, this book is definitely for you. Running is one of the best exercises for those who want to get fit and develop a positive and proactive attitude about health and life. This book provides a wealth of information on how to develop and maintain running habits for weight loss, increased physical fitness and stress relief.
Blavatsky engages in a spirited debate on spiritualism, defending an article entitled "Fragments of Occult Truth" by another writer, though one she had published in her own periodical, The Theosophist. The article had come under attack by a rival magazine of the time, and Blavatsky comes to the rescue.
The intention for this book is to lay out a clear path for creating a framework that will help you losing weight with the emotional freedom technique. Best-selling author Lisa Townsend provides a firm foundation that will allow anyone to begin using EFT and tapping to achieve their weight loss goals immediately.
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The philosophy behind the Law of Attraction is all about taking personal responsibility. When you take responsibility for the state of your life and for your decisions, you see that you have essentially created your past and your present life with your thoughts and actions. Part of you already knows your own power to manifest anything you could ever imagine, and 30 Days of Thanks is your guide for bringing that power into the forefront of your conscious mind.
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The Apocrypha are a loosely knit series of books, written by early vanguards of Christianity, a large majority of which were removed from the Bible by Emperor Constantine, following the meeting of the Council of Nicaea, in AD 325. The Gospel of the Nativity of Mary, however, dates to the seventh century, and is part of a genre of biblical writings known as the Infancy Gospels.
One of the great tragedies of our time is that we have the tools and technologies available to us to free up our time and open up our lives to learning, creating, relaxing, and building. And yet...we are so attached to being busy that we spend most of our time looking forward, looking backward, and missing those things that are right in front of us.
More than 40 years prior to Bill Wilson creating the organization known as Alcoholics Anonymous, in 1892 noted spiritual author Annie Besant gave a lecture on the subject of alcoholism (published later that same year) and referred to drinking alcohol as "the alcoholic disease"! She, of course, approached the subject from a theosophical and thus spiritual standpoint. She briefly described her own history with alcohol as well as the physical and spiritual effects it has on the individual.
Annie Besant was a writer, lecturer, prominent Theosophist and women's rights activist of her time. She was a frequent contributor to various Theosophical publications of her day. This is a lecture of hers from 1913, where she speaks about universal consciousness, spiritual unfolding and personal psychic progress.
Originally published in 1887, writer Charles Johnston, a Theosophist and Sanskrit translator, decides to wax philosophically on the nature of man and religion in a poetically non-specific, meandering, transcendental, and existential sort of way.
C. Jinarajadasa was a writer, philosopher, prominent Theosophist of his day, as well as a Freemason. In this particular piece (originally published in 1915), the author takes a scholarly examination and ritual dissection of the Catholic Mass. Among the many topics that he discusses are: the creed, the altar, the vestments, the collect and epistle, commemoration of the dead, Prajapati, and more.
Annie Besant was a writer, lecturer, prominent theosophist, and women's rights activist of her time. She was a frequent contributor to various theosophical publications of her day. This piece by her, from 1912, is a short, basic introduction to mysticism through the eyes of theosophy. She writes about mysticism within Christianity and the Western Mystery Tradition in general. It's also interesting to note that she mentions the Illuminati in this piece, but in a philosophical rather than historical context, which is unusual for the time period.
Annie Besant was a writer, lecturer, prominent Theosophist, and women's rights activist of her time. She was a frequent contributor to various Theosophical publications of her day. This particular piece was a lecture delivered to the League of Liberal Christianity at Manchester in May of 1911, regarding a global awakening of consciousness that she felt she was witnessing at the time.
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