It S Never The End Past Lives Present Destiny

Author: Alex Raco
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London - late 1880s. Alex - successful MBA, skeptical and materialistic executive, sees himself as a woman in a previous life. And, she's about to have a miscarriage. This out-of-body experience, or regression, totally changes Alex's present life.He recovers from a serious auto immune disease and forsakes the rat race of the business world to bring relief to others. And, through his treatment of clients he has reawakened and guided over 600 people through regressions to their previous lives.This book recounts, with incredible detail, the adventures of his clients' previous lives.Readers learn about hypnosis techniques and other phenomena like déjà vu. Fear not, the book is not overly technical. The author debunks myths about hypnosis, explaining why his controlled techniques produce empirical results, notwithstanding the lack of acceptance by traditional medicine.Have you ever met someone or entered a place for the first time, but, feel like you once knew them or where there before? Mr. Raco's clients expose how childhood memories and previous lives contribute to our present consciousness - our very souls. It goes beyond our brains, before our present beings, and after our deaths. The book describes Mr. Raco's initial heavy skepticism of regression therapy. But it describes the real experiences of many clients. Their regression experiences demonstrate how present problems can be solved or reduced by reworking traumatic memories - in this and in previous lifetimes.A book in which topics such as parenting, soulmates, emotional dependency and the love for animals become alive through the lives of soldiers, monks, thieves, singers, slaves, dwarfs, ancient Romans, medieval peasants and warriors.It is a statistical and empirical investigation from a professional who is able to maintain, in spite of everything, a detached and neutral perspective. A great instrument for the psychological well-being and personal growth of all of us. A book that will change your life.

It Never Ends

Author: Jhada Rogue Addams
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ISBN: 1424342724
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Dani Jillson, a young woman trapped in the daily grind of life, is looking for a way out. She happens upon such an opportunity during a particularly brutal attack one night, when an entity offers to intervene on her behalf if Dani will act as the entity's Avatar.

Never Any End To Paris

Author: Enrique Vila-Matas
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448182921
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Trying to be Ernest Hemingway is never easy. After reading A Moveable Feast, aspiring novelist Enrique Vila-Matas moves to Paris to be closer to his literary idol, Ernest Hemingway. Surrounded by the writers, artists and eccentrics of '70s Parisian café culture, he dresses in black, buys two pairs of reading glasses, and smokes a pipe like Sartre. Now, in later life, he reflects on his youth while giving a three-day lecture on irony. And he’s still convinced he looks like Hemingway. Never Any End to Paris is a hilarious, playful novel about literature and the art of writing, and how life never quite goes to plan.

The Political History Of The United States Of America

Author: Edward McPherson
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The People S Bible

Author: Joseph Parker
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Lectures On Moral Science

Author: Mark Hopkins
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"Philosophy investigates causes, unities, and ends. Of these it is the last two that are chiefly considered in the following lectures. "Happy," it has been said, "is he who knows the causes of things." But in a world where there are so many apparent discrepancies both natural and moral, he must be more happy who knows the arrangement of things into systems, and sees how all these systems go to make up one greater system and to promote a common end. An investigation of causes respects the past; of unities and ends, the present and the future. Of these the latter are more intimate to us, and he who can trace the principle of unity by which nature is harmonized with herself, and man with nature, and man with himself, and the individual with society, and man with God--who can see in all these a complex unity and can apprehend their end--will have an element of satisfaction far greater than he who should know the causes of all things without being able to unravel their perplexities. From the place assigned to Moral Philosophy in the classification adopted in these lectures, an incidental consideration of the above harmonies seemed to be required. Hence it is hoped that the book may contain suggestions that will be valuable to some who may not agree with its doctrines on the particular subject of morals. It is particularly hoped that it may do something towards introducing more of unity into the courses of study, or some of them, in our higher seminaries. If the works of God, regarded as an expression of his thought, are built up after a certain method, it deserves to be considered whether that thought will not be best reached by following in their study the order that has been followed in their construction, and which is involved in that method. Something of this I have long aimed to do in my instructions, and with very perceptible advantage. With suitable text-books and a right arrangement of studies, much more might doubtless be done. In treating of any natural system, as each part implies all the others, wherever we begin, and whatever method we follow, we are compelled to use terms whose full meaning can be reached only in the progress of the investigation. This is particularly true when, as in the present instance, instead of beginning with definitions, we seek for them. For this it is hoped that due allowance may be made. It will be seen that important, and even cardinal points, are often but briefly touched in these discussions. I can only say that the work is, of necessity, suggestive rather than exhaustive, and that if these points are so treated as to show their place in the system, the outline may be readily filled up"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved).

Pseudo Philosophy At The End Of The Nineteenth Century

Author: Ernest Newman
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The End Of The Beginning And The Beginning Of The End A Letter To The Archbishop Of Canterbury

Author: William Palmer (Baptist minister.)
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The Border Magazine

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How We Master Our Fate

Author: Ursula Newell Gestefeld
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The Church

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The Gentleman S Magazine

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Half Hours In The Tiny World

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Friends Intelligencer

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The Rotarian

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.

Caroline Von Linsingen And King William The Fourth

Author: Caroline von Linsingen
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The Eclectic Magazine

Author: John Holmes Agnew
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