The book is based on the idea that the soul is eternal and travels through many lives in order to learn and teach lessons and ultimately evolve.
Author: Brigitte Calloway
YOU HAVE LIVED MANY TIMES represents a journey of discovery in the field of Past Life Regression under hypnosis. The book is based on the idea that the soul is eternal and travels through many lives in order to learn and teach lessons and ultimately evolve. YOU HAVE LIVED MANY TIMES focuses on several real past life regressions cases, recorded in the author's Hypnotherapy practice. The clients' regressions, some face-to-face, others group regressions or even distance regressions, are conducted under deep hypnosis.
How many times have you been told about what you cannot do and how many times have you been told about what you can do? We live at a very crucial time in our history. We live at the crossroads when globalization is showing us how others ...
Author: Ezekiel Umo Ette, Ph.D.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Prof. Ette is a graduate of Methodist Secondary School, Nto Ndang, Ikot Ekpene and the College of Education Uyo in Nigeria. He obtained the Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga before enrolling in theological studies at Emory University in Atlanta, GA where he obtained the M.Div. degree. He did further graduate work in Gerontology at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia and at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon where he obtained both the MSW and the Ph.D degrees. He has worked in the area of mental health and in various community projects. Dr. Ette is an ordained pastor and has served several Methodist and Baptist churches in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. His research and writing interests are in the areas of immigration, community development, spirituality and culture. He is currently a professor of Social Work at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho, USA.
There are different ways, signs and hints that you have lived different lives and explored different life experiences. ... How many times have you visited the same country, made friends with some of the residents there and even visited ...
Author: Petra Eisel
Publisher: Petra Eisel
Have you ever questioned life after death? Do you wonder what it could be like? How different is it to the life you presently live? Is there only one place in heaven or can you ‘move’ around like on Planet Earth? Is there anything you do during your sleep time? Do Angels exist? Once again, my trio of Guides will answer many questions, some of which you did not know you needed to ask. Open your mind to new journeys and explorations. We like to take away your fear of death and help you enjoy your life in the physical reality even more. Once again Dear Reader, relax and let us show you different life experiences. Reviews I was literally blown away with this book, I could not put it down! What an excellent resource to every question you could possibly ask about this life and beyond. Well written and completely engaging I can't recommend Petra's book enough. Melissa Barry, Australia I very liked the straight forward approach. It seems that Max and his group have gone far b eyond other spirit guides in transposing their knolwedge into understandable human terms. In reading “Seth” stuff I continually felt that I was not grasping much of what was being presented, not so with this material. I am looking forward to Petra and Max’s next books. John Kramar, Bel Air, Maryland United States The insights in the book “Life Journeys” are reassuring and comforting in an insiane world. Diana Excerpt In the second edition of Life Journeys, the focus this time is more on the nonphysical universe to give you some idea of what life is about when you actually die. The choices are many, the places are unique and the possibilities are endless. This does not mean that your life on Earth is less exciting, even though, at times life on Earth seems to be hard and difficult. Nevertheless, everyone had lifetimes when living in luxury and plenty had become a very boring adventure. Yes, remember you have chosen your life for a purpose and we like to emphasise that every single human being has a purpose.
"I understand. What color is your hair?" "It's light, but I'm old, and there's some gray to it." "How do you feel about this ... I see my wife." Catherine had been both male and female many times. Childless in her present life, she had ...
Author: Brian L. Weiss
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Describes the case of a young woman suffering from anxiety attacks, explains how hypnosis revealed her memories of past lives, and discusses the usefulness of regression therapy
I had no idea that there were people from all over the world that had seen the movie—some of them hundreds of times. While they were watching it weekend after weekend, I was walking into the video store with our young family, ...
Author: Ron Riekki
One of the top-grossing independent films of all time, The Evil Dead (1981) sparked a worldwide cult following, resulting in sequels, remakes, musicals, comic books, conventions, video games and a television series. Examining the legacy of one of the all-time great horror films, this collection of new essays covers the franchise from a range of perspectives. Topics include The Evil Dead as punk rock cinema, the Deadites' (demon-possessed undead) place in the American zombie tradition, the powers and limitations of Deadites, evil as affect, and the films' satire of neoliberal individualism.
We continued chatting through the wee hours of the night until morning and had the best laugh of our lives. We live many lifetimes, and we meet the same people, repeatedly, in different forms, in various lives. They say that when a ...
Author: Viji Narayanan
Publisher: Notion Press
“If I had a choice to change something about my past, would I do it differently?” asks thirty-nine-year-old Maya to herself. That’s where it all begins. An Indian settled in Detroit for the past fifteen years, Maya spends her days balancing a rewarding career and household chores. Her husband Raj and her thirteen-year-old daughter Ruhani mean the world to her but as she nears her fortieth birthday, Maya starts reevaluating the choices she’s made—or hasn’t made—and wonders if she has fulfilled her purpose in life. The dust on her dreams may have settled long ago, suppressing them, but the quest to find them again stirs her future. When her university reunion comes up, she has a chance to revisit her hometown, family, and old friends. In Mumbai, she meets her college friend, Amit and gets a feeling of déjà vu. Little does she know then that the feeling has something to do with a young, beautiful woman named Madhumita, who had disappeared mysteriously. Drawn to finding out the truth behind this riddle, she uncovers secrets about herself, her close friends and even her family. She revives all her past passions and touches upon repressed memories, only to discover that she has more unfulfilled dreams. In this emotionally charged account of Maya’s journey, let’s see if she can figure out the answer to the question that haunts us all, “If you get to live your life again, will you do it differently?”
“Come sit down and let me tell you a story.” Over the next hour, my mother told me all ... Apparently, she had lived many lives during that time and had fought to save her friends over and over. She eventually succeeded and never did ...
Author: Michelle Files
Publisher: Booklovers Publishing
Jack Wells is executed for a crime he did not commit. Then things get worse. After his execution, 42 year old Jack wakes up as a 19 year old, and he remembers everything from his past life. The only thing he doesn't know is who killed those boys. The murders have yet to be committed. Can Jack save the boys in time, and his own life in the process? Over several lifetimes, Jack races through time to find the answers. This is one fight to the finish you won’t want to miss. Teens and adults alike will love this time travel thriller. Get your copy of this gripping time travel series. The Ivy Mystery series: The Many Lives of Ivy Wells The Many Lives of Sam Wells The Many Lives of Jack Wells
It's been a long, long time since we've seen each other. But I am most happy to see you and be with you again. It's the right time now for us to meet again. You don't remember this, but you've lived many times before in many different ...
Author: Fred Lipsius
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This is Fred’s first children’s book (for ages 9 to 100). It came about because an artist friend, who used to work with young children, told Fred she loved one of his digital art pictures of a colorful tree. She felt this picture and some others he had done could be used to create a wonderful storybook for children. Fred came up with the book title and started writing the story with hardly anything in mind at first... it just began with the ‘tree’ and one other picture, which he used for one of the main characters. The story quickly flowed out from him and was completed in little more than a week. Fred just kept thinking to himself, “This is crazy.” Being a musician his whole life and having just retired, he wondered why he was writing a book for children. But this is not just for children. There’s a universal message here for everyone. It’s about ‘giving and receiving love’ - the purpose of life! Nine year-old Hugh has an amazing adventure meeting an ancient friend from the past who teaches him some lessons about love, tells an incredible tale about their ancestors, and shares memories of when they were together in a time long forgotten. It all begins with the ‘tree’... This book contains both fiction and simple truths. It has something the world can use right now. It can open your heart and bring out the ‘child’ in you, regardless of your age! Regarding his art for this book, Fred says: “Whatever you can imagine already exists somewhere!” Here’s some comments about Fred’s book: “Out of this world pictures.” “It breaks boundaries...” “Beyond your bridled imagination.” “It lets you see things from another part of the world, dimension, or existence.” “Helps show you how important love is, in so many ways.”
strategy: they will not allow you to be in the marketplace because then you are occupied and you will not feel your ... If you have lived in a forest, alone for many days, and you have not seen a woman, even the ugliest woman in the ...
Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers
In this unique series of discourses Osho unravels the ancient text, The Secret of the Golden Flowers, which he describes as a synthesis of all the great religions - the essence of Taoism. More than 2,500 years old, this remarkable text continues to be as relevant today as it was to its contemporaries. Osho interprets it as the core of all religions and spiritual paths - a stripped-back ideal where spiritual seekers around the world are placing themselves now. The Secret of the Golden Flower belongs to no one in particular - it belongs to us all. The Secrets of Secrets is a timeless collection of Osho's talks on The Secret of the Golden Flower. Osho demystifies all the important terms used by the Chinese mystic Lu Tsu, and shares his meditation exercises. He also outlines the qualities of animus and anima - our male and female energies - as delineated by Lu Tsu, and explains the importance of their relationships inside each of us. The book includes many valuable techniques and gives specific instructions on the Taoist Golden light meditation - to harmonize the male and female elements and transmute sexual energy.
“I have lived this life several times. ... He had just pulled a handful of chips from the bag and stopped midway to his mouth, which hung there, wide open. ... You won't remember anything that happened in any of my previous lives, ...
Author: Michelle Files
Publisher: Booklovers Publishing
Dying is simple. Coming back is when things get interesting. Ivy Wells never wanted to die. When she does, she thinks it's all over. It isn't. When the 30 year old mother of two wakes up as a 12 year old, she has to navigate her life all over again. And she remembers everything, including the serial killer who is terrorizing her small town. Over several lifetimes, Ivy battles to save herself, her friends, and even her own children from the vicious killer. Follow Ivy Wells in a desperate race through time as she tries to outwit the person that is killing her over and over. What would you do if a serial killer was tracking you through time? Teens and adults alike will love this time travel, mystery, thriller. Ivy Mystery Series: The Many Lives of Ivy Wells The Many Lives of Sam Wells The Many Lives of Jack Wells
“Sage, you are 950 years old and from a society that dates back 2,700 years ago. ... Now, in between all those lives, you have uploaded your consciousness to stasis deep sleep many times to have lived the majority of your existence in ...
Author: M.L. Lloyd
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Science fiction writer Jack Van Horne has been struggling with an increasing case of Agoraphobia for about the past ten years. This mental affliction makes him powerless to leave his current surroundings of the street his apartment is situated. His doctor has tried many types of medication with zero effect to break him from his self-imposed prison. The impact of his mental illness prevents Jack from finishing the final book of his space fantasy series, which has increased the psychological strain on his well being. Jack’s editor believes he is just suffering from writer’s block. However, Jack knows that he isn’t well and that people are dismissing his mental illness as a genuine illness. When Jack is tasked with watching his niece for two days out of the sanctity of his safe zone surroundings, his journey begins to the West Valley Wall. In Jack’s mind, this adventure will either aid in his sanity or cement his demise.
Over in the Timber Lake and Lemmon areas we have quite a few young men who are Second World War veterans that are ... had the time they could go up and down the river and see the poor conditions of the homes in which the people live .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Indian Affairs
Committee Serial No. 20. Hearings were held on Sept. 9 at Fort Yates, N.Dak., Cheyenne River Agency, S.Dak., and Pierre, S.Dak., on Sept. 10 at Lower Brule Reservation, S.Dak., and Fort Thompson, S.Dak., and on Sept. 12 at Pine Ridge, S.Dak., and Rosebud Indian Reservation, S.Dak.
Many times, the farmer would come in, sit down with my dad in his office, and go over his requirements to determine his ... My dad would say, “Mr. Smith, do you consider you have as much knowledge and mechanical ability as a sixteen or ...
Author: Robert W. Day FSO Retired
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Born in 1919, Robert W. (Bob) Day looks back on the ten decades of his lifetime with wonder and gratitude. While recognition and accolades for jobs well done followed him throughout his life, it was the adventures and the family, friends, and co-workers with whom he shared those adventures, that he remembers most. As a youngster, Bob never expected his life beyond Leavenworth, Kansas to be full of life threatening moments nor moments of serene beauty stretching over four continents, but it was. He never imagined warding off machine-gun-weilding revolutionaries, poisonous mambo snakes, nor a Prince intent on buying his daughter, but he did. He would have been surprised to know that more than once he would face death in a failing airplane, and live to tell the tale. Bob recalls all this and more as he celebrates his 100 years of an adventurous life. Here, in his own words, is Bob's story as he remembers it in 2019.
You must have a role that gives you a stake in the place that matters. ... By the time I graduated from high school we had lived in several states and even other countries. I did not get to see my cousins, aunts, and uncles very often.
Author: Dr. Joan Ferrante
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Places that Matter asks the reader to identify a place that matters in their life—their home, a place of worship, a park, or some other site that acts as an emotional and physical anchor and connects them to a neighborhood. Then readers are asked: In what ways do I currently support—or fail to support—that neighborhood? Should support be increased? If so, in what ways? Joan Ferrante guides students through a learning experience that engages qualitative and quantitative research and culminates in writing a meaningful plan of action or research brief. Students are introduced to basic concepts of research and are exposed to the experiences of gathering and drawing on data related to something immediate and personal. The class-tested exercises are perfect for courses that emphasize action-based research and social responsibility. The book’s overarching goal is to help students assess their neighborhood’s needs and strengths and then create a concrete plan that supports that neighborhood and promotes its prosperity. Accompanying the book is a facilitator’s companion website to guide action-based research experiences, which includes rubrics that are aligned to common learning objectives and are also designed to make tracking and reporting easier.
They told me they cannot think of a single reason why their father killed himself. There had been no hinting. ... I suppose it comes to all of us, sometimes many times in our lives, sometimes only once. Perhaps it came to Harry just ...
Author: Taylor Caldwell
Publisher: Open Road Media
New York Times Bestseller: Sweeping from the 1850s through the early 1920s, this towering family saga examines the price of ambition and power. Joseph Francis Xavier Armagh is twelve years old when he gets his first glimpse of the promised land of America through a dirty porthole in steerage on an Irish immigrant ship. His long voyage, dogged by tragedy, ends not in the great city of New York but in the bigoted, small town of Winfield, Pennsylvania, where his younger brother, Sean, and his infant sister, Regina, are sent to an orphanage. Joseph toils at whatever work will pay a living wage and plans for the day he can take his siblings away from St. Agnes’s Orphanage and make a home for them all. Joseph’s journey will catapult him to the highest echelons of power and grant him entry into the most elite political circles. Even as misfortune continues to follow the Armagh family like an ancient curse, Joseph takes his revenge against the uncaring world that once took everything from him. He orchestrates his eldest son Rory’s political ascent from the offspring of an Irish immigrant to US senator. And Joseph will settle for nothing less than the pinnacle of glory: seeing his boy crowned the first Catholic president of the United States. Spanning seventy years, Captains and the Kings, which was adapted into an eight-part television miniseries, is Taylor Caldwell’s masterpiece about nineteenth- and early twentieth-century America, and the grit, ambition, fortitude, and sheer hubris it takes for an immigrant to survive and thrive in a dynamic new land.
I tell you all this so that you may understand why he would trust me more than he could ever bring himself to trust any ... it was his fate to be living in a time when so many things were unbelievable, even after they had happened.
Author: Upton Sinclair
Publisher: Open Road Media
Books four through six in the Pulitzer Prize–winning series of historical novels about an international spy in the first half of the twentieth century. An ambitious and entertaining mix of history, adventure, and romance, Upton Sinclair’s Pulitzer Prize–winning Lanny Budd novels are a testament to the breathtaking scope of the author’s vision and his singular talents as a storyteller. “Few works of fiction are more fun to read; fewer still make history half as clear, or as human” (Time). In these three novels, as the threat of Nazism grows in the 1930s, Lanny progresses from international art dealer to international spy. Wide Is the Gate: When his arms dealer father strikes a business agreement with Hermann Göring, Lanny uses the opportunity and his art world reputation to move easily among the Nazi high command and gather valuable information he can transmit back to those who are dedicated to the destruction of Nazism and Fascism. He’s playing a dangerous—albeit necessary—game, which will carry him from Germany to Spain on a life-and-death mission on the eve of the Spanish Civil War. The Presidential Agent: In 1937, Lanny’s boss from the Paris Peace Conference—now one of Roosevelt’s top advisors—connects him to the president. Appointed Presidential Agent 103, he embarks on a secret assignment that takes him back into the Third Reich as the Allied powers prepare to cede Czechoslovakia to Adolf Hitler in a futile attempt to avoid war. But Lanny’s motivations are not just political: The woman he loves has fallen into the brutal hands of the Gestapo, and Lanny will risk everything to save her. Dragon Harvest: Lanny has earned the trust of Adolf Hitler and his inner circle, who are convinced the American art dealer is a “true believer” committed to their Fascist cause. But when Roosevelt’s secret agent learns of the Führer’s plans for conquest, his dire warnings to Neville Chamberlain and other reluctant European leaders fall on deaf ears. The bitter seeds sown decades earlier with the Treaty of Versailles are now bearing fruit, and there will be no stopping the Nazi war machine as it rolls relentlessly on toward Paris.