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by Galit BreenIf kindness wins, accountability rules. The need for this mantra is never clearer than when scrolling through posts and comments online. Approximately four out of ten kids (42 percent) have experienced cyberbullying. When we were young, our bullies weren't usually strangers. They were the kids who passed mean notes about us in class, the ones who didn't let us sit at their table during lunch, and the ones who tripped us in the hallway or embarrassed us in gym class. Cyberbullying isn't all th... more
by Gwen Miller
Gwen Miller is a woman who is approaching the independence of middle age as the last of her children completes college. Suddenly, faced with the most difficult decision of her life, she is forced to choose between her own freedom and saving three neglected and abused young children. With their lives at the mercy of the foster adoption system, the choice was made and Gwen’s moment of parental liberty vanished as she and her husband, Charley, took custody of her niece’s children.... more
by Bob MakranskyAstronomical and astrological explanations of Mercury’s synodic cycle – its cycle of phases as it circles the sun, with tables 1900-2050. Complete delineations for Superior and Inferior Conjunction, Greatest Eastern and Western Elongation, Stationary Retrograde and Direct, and their intervening phases in the natal, progressed, and transiting horoscopes. Explanation of the astrological / magical view of mind (the theory of Thought Forms): what consciousness is, how it arose, and whither it... more
by Bob MakranskyWinner of the Sacramento Publishers’ Association awards for Best Nonfiction and Best Spiritual book, Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award, and National Indie Excellence Award Finalist, Magical Living is a collection of essays which give detailed, how-to instructions on channeling spirit guides, communicating with plants and nature spirits, developing your psychic vision; together with inspirational essays on managing love relationships, handling oppressive people, and dealing with hurt.
by Bob MakranskyMagic is a spiritual path which is not very well understood in our society. This is because the theory and practice of magic have never before been explained clearly and convincingly, in a way that makes sense to intelligent and thoughtful people. Written in a sassy, irreverent style, What is Magic? discusses how such otherworldly concepts as demons, casting spells, and bewitching are just the hidden underside of everyday society – the skeletons in everybody’s closet. What is Magic? answers t... more
by Esther SpinaWhile many people may have a negative view of what it means to be ambitious, author, and women's movement leader, Esther Spina is not one of them. The Ambitious Woman shows that Ambitious Women are found in all walks of life- the famous and not-so famous. They embody characteristics such as inspiration, empowerment and motivation to help people accomplish their goals. Using profiles of people such as Diana Nyad and Barbara Walters, The Ambitious Woman offers contemporary illustrations of peo... more
by Sagar BhattaTwo good friend turn into the love after one year ...due to earth quake the person who couldnot care her properly and love end with quake...all story and conversation are realistic which is based on real chat.
by Clay JeffersonMy primary goal and focus in expressing my personal opinions and expressions about life are the way I feel. I hope that anyone who reads my book can relate to some part of my experience. I just want people to realize they are not alone and there is purpose why things happen to us all. Most of all I hope this book gives faith to others, who may be going through hard times.
by Nicholas Andrew StewartA self-help book that aims to provide people with helpful thoughts when dealing with the affects of offensive talk
by Olga Sheean
Fit for Love is a fully illustrated guide to creating healthy, happy, fulfilling relationships in all areas of your life: in your friendships, work, partnerships, family—and with yourself. You will learn how to: heal and enhance your existing relationships; communicate honestly, openly and powerfully; become emotionally healthy, whole and magnetic; resolve conflict and create healthy boundaries; attract your ideal partner; and create the life and the love you want. You will also discove... more
by Olga Sheean
This is a practical guide to self-empowerment, featuring 52 themes (one for every week of the year) and offering simple, transformative steps for resolving conflict, positively reprogramming your mind, making powerful choices, and creating more love, money, ease, success and fulfillment in your life. Each theme is divided into three sections: the definition of a key quality (such as acceptance, respect, trust etc); why it's difficult for us to practise this important quality; and the prac... more
by J. KayeThis book guides you through understanding and utilising the Law of Attraction to benefit yourself. Teachings are organised into five steps with ‘Key Points’ at the end of each, helping summarise and reflect on the information discussed. These steps help you: 1. Understand what the law of attraction is 2. Understand how thought creates realities 3. Identify your true desires 4. Identify how to believe in yourself 5. Identify how to take control and enjoy manifesting your ... more
Practical Positive Psychology - The 6 Step Guide to Setting & Achieving Goals (Positivity Guides Book 1)by J. KayeThis book guides you through the different factors that bring success when setting and achieving goals. These factors have been put into 6 Steps with ‘Key Points’ at the end of each, helping summarise and reflect on the topics discussed. Each step helps you: 1. Identify your true desires 2. Identify what goals you can aim for 3. Understand how to get in the right mindset 4. Understand how to keep motivated in the present 5. Understand simple ways to bring about extraordinary ... more
by Mark Pitstick, MA, DCHave you ever stared at the stars and wished you had sensible answers to life’s biggest questions? After working with many suffering and dying adults and children, Mark searched for 40 years. His answers, and those of his guests, will help you—no matter what is going on in your life—enjoy this earth-experience with more peace, clarity, enthusiasm, and sense of adventure! The guests: Raymond Moody, PhD, MD; Caroline Myss, MA; Anita Moorjani, Bernie Siegel, MD; Stan Grof, MD, PhD; Gary Schwartz... more
by Nancy Naigle
The world we live in is fast paced, cutthroat, and incredibly confusing. We are often forced to make choices we truly aren’t sure about, or weren’t ready to make. We spend our time saying “What if?” or “I shouldn’t have.” We often look out instead of in as we try to find the root of what makes us tick, placing blame on everyone and everything other than ourselves along the way.
Pete Evick, professional musician, award-winning produc... more
by KATHLEEN CREWS-HALL
This book was designed to be interactive and it lists particular quotations from various notable individuals, alone with affirmations, which are designed to give its reader inspiration, invoke positivity, build self-esteem; call to attention the importance of the words we use and give overall food for thought.