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The beginner will find this a useful reference text and the expert will enjoy the detailed chart explanations. For the professional astrologer, this book provides the tools necessary for incorporating this method into any current framework.

Author: Mark Jones

Publisher: Raven Dreams Press

ISBN: 0984047409

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 270

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In Healing the Soul, psychosynthesis therapist and counseling astrologer Mark Jones delivers one of the most fascinating astrological studies of this decade. Taking us on a journey into the karmic underpinnings of the birth chart, this book provides tools for understanding the hidden forces driving not only our personality, but our soul. Jones outlines a method that anyone can use to learn more about the unconscious dynamics that drive us. The beginner will find this a useful reference text and the expert will enjoy the detailed chart explanations. For the professional astrologer, this book provides the tools necessary for incorporating this method into any current framework. Based on ten years of in-depth client study, Healing the Soul offers profound insight into the powerful soul dynamics that shape our experience. Its triumph is that it teaches us how to identify and transform powerful internal conflicts and feelings while acknowledging our regenerative capacity for spiritual healing and soul evolution.
2011-10-01 By Mark Jones

"This groundbreaking book provides guidance to counselors working with Native Peoples and other vulnerable populations.

Author: Eduardo Duran

Publisher: Multicultural Foundations of P

ISBN: 9780807761397

Category: Psychology

Page: 208

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"This groundbreaking book provides guidance to counselors working with Native Peoples and other vulnerable populations. Including an important new chapter devoted to working with veterans, the second edition presents case materials that illustrate effective intervention strategies for prevalent problems, including substance abuse, intergenerational trauma, and internalized oppression"--
2019 By Eduardo Duran

Written for armchair and professional scientists alike, this book makes a significant contribution to the ongoing debate about the true nature of reality.

Author: Zhi Gang Sha

Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781940363998

Category: Science

Page: 330

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What is a soul? Are miracles real? When the soul is healed, how does the body respond? Throughout history, there have been countless cases of "miracle" healings, unexplainable by modern science. Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha has personally healed thousands of patients, usually in front of dozens of witnesses. Hundreds of videos of these healings can be seen on YouTube. But how can these healings be explained? Soul Mind Body Science System is the first book to explore the scientific explanations for why soul healing miracles are genuine. Written with Dr. Rulin Xiu, an expert on string theory and quantum physics who trained at The University of California, Berkeley, Dr. Sha shares, for the first time, the scientific theories that explain why all actions on Earth are guided by the reality of the soul. In Soul Mind Body Science System, the complex and fascinating relationships present between matter, density, information, soul, and consciousness are thoroughly examined. Written for armchair and professional scientists alike, this book makes a significant contribution to the ongoing debate about the true nature of reality. As the lines between "science" and "spirit" blur, this investigation becomes ever more important. The groundbreaking Soul Mind Body Science System is for all readers who have contemplated the fundamental scientific laws of the universe and sought answers beyond those offered by popular science and mainstream faith.
2014-11-18 By Zhi Gang Sha

Richard Smallwood with Vision, “Healing,” Healing: Live in Detroit. Verity Records, 2009. 1.3. Bishop James H. Morton, “The Lazarus Conspiracy.” Performed at New Beginning Full Gospel Baptist Church, Decatur, GA. Posted April 22, 2011.

Author: Braxton D. Shelley

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780197566480

Category: Music

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Between the first and last words of a black gospel song, musical sound acquires spiritual power. During this unfolding, a variety of techniques facilitate musical and physical transformation. The most important of these is a repetitive musical cycle known by names including the run, the drive, the special, and the vamp. Through its combination of reiteration and intensification, the vamp turns song lyrics into something more potent. While many musical traditions use vamps to fill space, or occupy time in preparation for another, more important event, in gospel, vamps are the main event. Why is the vamp so central to the black gospel tradition? What work-musical, cultural, and spiritual-does the gospel vamp do? And what does the vamp reveal about the transformative power of black gospel more broadly? This book explores the vamp's essential place in black gospel song, arguing that these climactic musical cycles turn worship services into transcendent events. A defining feature of contemporary gospel, the vamp links individual performances to their generic contexts. An exemplar of African American musical practice, the vamp connects gospel songs to a venerable lineage of black sacred expression. As it generates emotive and physical intensity, the vamp helps believers access an embodied experience of the invisible, moving between this world and another in their musical practice of faith. The vamp, then, is a musical, cultural, and religious interface, which gives vent to a system of belief, performance, and reception that author Braxton D. Shelley calls the Gospel Imagination. In the Gospel Imagination, the vamp offers proof that musical sound can turn spiritual power into a physical reality-a divine presence in human bodies.
2021-04-20 By Braxton D. Shelley

A resource for those who assist others in achieving contact with the eternal part of themselves.

Author: Andy Tomlinson

Publisher: Andy Tomlinson

ISBN: 9780956788740

Category: Reincarnation therapy

Page: 298

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A resource for those who assist others in achieving contact with the eternal part of themselves.
2012-03 By Andy Tomlinson

The author of Grief Dancers describes how writing--journaling, grief work, and creative writing--helped her cope with her daughter's devastating disability, how it helped her transform her pain and grief into joy and gratitude, and how ...

Author: Susan Zimmermann

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 9780609808290

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 191

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The author of Grief Dancers describes how writing--journaling, grief work, and creative writing--helped her cope with her daughter's devastating disability, how it helped her transform her pain and grief into joy and gratitude, and how readers can use the writing process to achieve acceptance and understanding. Original. 12,500 first printing.

Author: Ke. Ke Mātyu

Publisher:

ISBN: 8178212374

Category: Spiritual healing

Page: 40

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2010 By Ke. Ke Mātyu

He listened closely to their tales of hope and defeat, loss and triumph, and discovered a universal pattern, which he calls the healing path, with signposts others can use to guide their way. This is no simplistic guidebook, however.

Author: Marc Barasch

Publisher: J P Tarcher

ISBN: UCSC:32106010853775

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 431

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A guide to transforming illness into a spiritual journey presents material culled from interviews with forty individuals in search of healing to recount the symptoms, the diagnosis, the doctor, the search for medicine, the alternatives, the inner work, and the vision quest.
1993 By Marc Barasch

What must I do to feel loved and valued? Through self-examination, we see patterns that we may have set up to protect ourselves from hurt. Then, authors explore ways to build safe and authentic relationships with God and others.

Author: Curt Grayson

Publisher: Chariot Victor Publishing

ISBN: 1564764494

Category: Religion

Page: 263

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What must I do to feel loved and valued? Through self-examination, we see patterns that we may have set up to protect ourselves from hurt. Then, authors explore ways to build safe and authentic relationships with God and others.
1995 By Curt Grayson

Judy also presents a personal recounting of one man's journey and search that will encourage readers to claim a spiritual center and look beyond the immediate horizon to find the truth.

Author: Dwight H. Judy

Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Company

ISBN: 0824511999

Category: Religion

Page: 188

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A revealing explanation of male myths--from the Bible and many cultures and sources of renewal--for men reared in Western Christian traditions. Judy also presents a personal recounting of one man's journey and search that will encourage readers to claim a spiritual center and look beyond the immediate horizon to find the truth.
1992 By Dwight H. Judy