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Book: Meditation Journal for Daily Reflection by Jack Baiesi
With this journal you can daily record all your thoughts and reflections before and after the meditation. By your daily recording you may create more awareness and learn more from each meditation.The journal covers 21 days. If after this period you are satisfied with the effects of your meditation, you can repeat the process for other 21 days and so on. Every day begins with a Marcus Aurelius [...]
 
Book: Mindful Meditation For Beginners From Zero to Zen in Ten - A No-Nonsense Starter Guide For Seekers And Skeptics (One Hew Habit) by Grace Stevens
If you have ever been curious about mindfulness meditation, then this book is for you! Moving past the hype and getting straight into the best and easy strategies to practice mindfulness meditation, this is the perfect quick start guide for beginners. Even people who are experienced with mindfulness meditation will find something fun and new in this beginner's guide. Learn the easiest strategies [...]
 
Book: Splinterbone - Making Peace With the Pain of Arthritis by Laura Folk
Splinterbone is a book I wrote for two reasons. One was to deal with the passing of my mother, and the other was to help process the physical pain I was undergoing due to arthritis. The cover photo is a picture of an actual bone fragment from my mothers cremation ashes. I did not have a good camera at the time so the picture is blurry. When I touched the bone it disintegrated, almost like my [...]
 
Book: The Caravan of Love - Annie's Journal by Annie Lancaster
It's the winter of 2003. Annie and Tom have itchy feet. Living and dying in the same small area of Newcastle, England, and never seeing any other part of the world doesn't appeal to them one bit. But where, on this great big planet, would they be happy? New Zealand or Australia: too far away. Scotland or Yorkshire: not far enough. Spain or France: Too dumb to learn a language! So when Tom is [...]
 
Book: The Caravan Revisited - Annie's Journal by Annie Lancaster
Two years have passed since Annie closed the last page of her journal, The Caravan of Love. In The Caravan Revisited her journal continues. But what became of that family living on the edge of madness? Did they turn their back on The Emerald Isle and go back to Newcastle after all? There's only one way to find out. Put the kettle on, stoke the fire and take some time out to peep inside the pages [...]
 
Book: Tamberlin's Account by Jaime Munt
She may be the last living person in a world full of undead. All she wants is to be remembered... and to stay alive. Read a firsthand account of the zombie apocalypse through the pages of Tamberlin's journal and get lost in an intimate and unflinching portrait of an ordinary woman determined to live in a world where there's little left to live for. Living with a haunting past and a bleak future - [...]
 
Book: Civil War Journal of a Union Soldier by P.C. Zick
Do you love history? Are you interested in the Civil War? Then this book is one you're sure to enjoy. Here is the personal account of a Union soldier during the Civil War when young men were forced to kill their own countrymen. Harmon Camburn signed up for duty as a Union soldier two weeks after the first shots were fired in the Civil War. He served for the next three years. He was present at [...]
 
Book: My Florida Journal (Pambling Roads) by Pamela Ackerson
My Florida Journal helps readers spark their interest with historical trivia and tidbits about Florida. It's an interactive journal designed to nurture creativity and self-motivation. With a small section by the Pambling Roads author sharing her travels, she has included short quips about the places she's been. The second portion features one side for drawings, sketches, or pasting personal [...]
 
Book: Meditation on Space-Time by Leonard Seet
In Meditation on Space-Time, Leonard Seet portrays Father Lawrence's struggle between solitude and engagement to show that no man is an island--a struggle similar to Thomas Merton's. The monk's love for his friends Ichiro and Camellia compels him to confront the evil Jim Whitfield while his desire to contemplate space-time draws him into the cabin in the woods. Even as Father Lawrence was hearing [...]
 
Book: Spiritual Photosynthesis - The dynamics of biblical meditation as the master key to total prosperity by Rev Jerry Kofi Tutu
We live in a universe of laws, which comprises spiritual and natural laws governed by a system of order. Spiritual law represents the fundamental patterns of nature that God has set in motion to govern the universe. To every spiritual law, there is a natural expression; and to every natural law, there is a spiritual counterpart. They are parallel to each other, and as human beings, we live in the [...]
 
Book: Selah - Daily Quotes for Daily Meditation by Tina Webb and Sena Woodall
This beautifully written and illustrated devotional features thought-provoking quotes and inspirational passages about God, life and culture. The word "selah" means: to pause and think about. Many quotes are short enough to share in social media. Longer passages facilitate times of prayer and personal reflection. This is a refreshing read for the person who likes to contemplate life through the [...]
 
Book: A Simple Nuts and Bolts Guide to Yogic Meditation and Relaxation by Arwen Jayne
A short and simple do-it-yourself straightforward experiential guide to yogic meditation and relaxation for straightforward people. It's for those who want to practise meditation for its benefits without having to join a religion or attending expensive retreats and without having to learn a heap of Sanskrit words or obscure terms. Terms that are given are fully explained and are provided for [...]
 
Book: The Secret of the Golden Flower - A Kundalini Meditation Method (GFM Book 2) by JJ Semple
The first book to examine and extract the workable teachings from The Secret of the Golden Flower. Forget dogma and belief systems... This is a DIY meditation method, especially suited for those individuals tempted to brave the solitary path. Its only limits are your ability to envision and strive for a new YOU. Since the publication of Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time (ASIN: [...]
 
Book: How To Live The Christian Life Successfully...Victoriously - A Practical Guide On Christ Centered Victorious Living by Sheldon D. Newton
What does it mean to be a christian? How do I advance and grow in my walk with Christ? What is real Bible Meditation, and how do I renew my mind to God's Will and His Ways? My flesh is giving me problems. How can I learn to bring it under subjection? How do I present it to God as a living sacrifice? How can I grow in my understanding of the Bible? How can I grow in the fruit of the Spirit? These [...]
 
Book: Women, Rice and Beans - Nine Wisdoms I Learned From My Mother When I Really Paid Attention by Ana Barreto
Women too often are overwhelmed with long to-do lists while raising a family, working long hours, and helping everyone. Putting everyone and everything before ourselves is a behavior we've learned from our mothers and the women around us. We also teach it to our daughters. The book "Women, Rice and Beans" shows women the path to pay attention to our lives and learn the wisdom waiting to be [...]
 
Book: Mindfulness For Social Anxiety Relief - Regain Control of Your Life and Overcome Social Anxiety, Fear, Worry and Self-Criticism Forever by Sarah Jones
Discover How to Regain Confidence in Yourself, Break Through Your Limitations and Experience True Freedom of Being in Charge of your Life! This book provides simple and effective strategies to: Recognize the distractions keeping you stuck and make internal decisions to take control of them Put an end to self-doubt holding you back and create a thriving and fearless lifestyle on your terms [...]
 
Book: A Practical Guide on Creating a Peaceful Earth Peacefully on or before 2020 By Monish Dhawan by Monish Dhawan
When you Read this Book, You will be amazed to realize, how a simple and proven path exists (40 years old) to creating World Peace or make earth peaceful but no one has heard about it Yet. This Book Breaks down the Utopian Idea of World Peace, gives 3 simple practical steps, when applied will get us to our end goal: World Peace. Let me explain what I mean when I use the word 'World Peace'? It [...]
 
Book: A Little Birdie Told Me by Barbara Monier
A LITTLE BIRDIE TOLD ME, a novel by Barbara L. Monier, takes place over the summer and fall of 1972, in the six months leading up to narrator CATHERINE's sixteenth birthday. Thrust headlong into an identity crisis when her mother reveals that she had actually planned to marry someone else, Catherine decides to begin a journal in an effort to find solidity and permanence in her own life. [...]
 
Book: Pains From The Heart - Journal Of A Journey by Emarie
A divorce changes you forever, empowers you and strengthens you in ways you may have thought not possible at the time. I originally only wrote this collection for my own catharsis because the pain, insecurities and rage were consuming me, and I knew I had to release those feelings to be able to move on. As friends read them though, they felt that many other women could and would relate and 'feel' [...]
 
Book: A Principality of Bullets by Timothy Alexander Mason
The story is about a fictional mysterious historian known as Ravengaddafi. After hearing about the infamous gunrunner Choppa, Ravengaddafi travels to the African Sahara to meet with this gun king, and chronicle the truth of his story in his own words. My sisters inspired me to write this book. The style I used was not your standard manuscript format but a book within a book, in the sense I write [...]
 
Book: Henrietta's Journal - A Life of Compromise by Carolyn P. Schriber
Henrietta Ainesworth grew up in the shadows of the dreamy spires of Oxford, her world filled with black-robed scholars, ageless buildings, and her father's steadfast conviction that the world was as stable and unchanging as the manuscripts over which he presided at the Bodleian Library. Like her father, Henrietta harbored no unchoate longings, no burning ambitions, no restless desire to see the [...]
 
Book: Shh! God Is Trying to Tell You Something - Speak Lord, I'm Listening by Shearon Hurst
God still speaks to us. Often it is a quiet whisper, a gentle nudge, a hunch we seem to have. As we look back at our journeys, we notice the places where the Lord has spoken to us, guiding us and encouraging us to press on. Maybe we haven't always listened to that "Still Small Voice," but He has been there the whole time, speaking words of encouragement to our spirits. Inspired by the Lord to [...]
 
Book: Pearls by Lisa Mills
When graduate student Isabel Palmer moves to her mother's native country of Venezuela to finish her Masters degree, her grandmother presents her with a priceless piece of family history the journal of her ancestor, a sixteenth century Spanish sailor, one of the first Europeans to walk Venezuela's Pearl Coast. Fascinated by the eloquent entries and romantic story within its pages, she begins [...]
 
Book: Journal of an Eyewitness by Ken Klopper
A WEALTHY MAN. A TROUBLED TIME. AN ANGEL'S HELP. A SPIRITUAL SOLUTION A story set in Biblical times about a boy born into a wealthy and successful family of merchants, and a world where money can buy almost anything. A family with influence, beauty, and acceptance in the community, but unable to overcome the hurdles that the boy has to face. Guided by the entries in his daily journal and his [...]
 
Book: Cornucopia of My...: The booklet not for reading but for completing by Lina Tyuliep
The Kindle edition of the booklet "Cornucopia of my..." has the same purpose as the published paperback with the identical title, i.e., it is created not for reading but for completing. If you like to keep a diary or a journal, plan something ahead, make lists, etc., and if you want to do it in a digital form, then all these things can be done on the pages of the Kindle edition of the booklet [...]
 
Book: An Eclectic Journal... Thailand by Morgan McFinn
This meandering journal consists of random musings and observations that the author conjured up while living in a wooden bungalow along the Gulf of Siam in Thailand. It is primarily meant to be amusing but, also deals with the death of a friend and the author's platonic relationship with a young woman in Phnom Penh (Cambodia) for whom he is trying to provide a better life. As always with McFinn, [...]
 
Book: Dream Journal by Nichole Haines
I wanted to shout out but no sound would emerge, I couldn't move, speak and worse I couldn't scream. I couldn't release the huge energy build up of terror from my body, I was sure I was going to explode. I was suspended in in-animation between sleep and wakefulness, hanging in neither world and aware of both, silent, trapped and tormented. The light from the icosahedron hanging just above my head [...]
 
Book: Crooked by Chris Foster
This book is about life. To describe it with a single metaphor would be like putting the universe into a single equation. It is not all that feasible. With how complex it is, everyones always trying to figure everything out, their minds kicking up dust as they run and run. But when they sit and breathe, the dust settles, and they see what was right in front of them all along. The chapters explain [...]
 
Book: Divine Purpose - Find the Passion Within by Cynthia Yoder
Are you looking for a greater sense of purpose or meaning in your life? What creates meaning for one person is different than what creates meaning for another. Your purpose can even change throughout your life. This book was written to guide you through the process of discovering what gives you purpose right now. What activities, when you do them, make time stand still? Who do you envy? What have [...]
 
Book: End Times I: Rise of the Undead by Shane Carrow
New Year's Day: midsummer in Australia. In Perth, twin brothers Aaron and Matt have graduated high school and are enjoying their last few months of summer holidays before adulthood - while on the other side of the country, something has fallen from the sky, heralding the dawn of a new age. As a terrifying plague spreads across Australia and the world, Aaron and Matt find themselves scrambling to [...]
 
Book: Sundown Chomp Chomp by Adam Moon
Werewolves! They're everywhere! In the fifty years since the outbreak, what's left of humanity has learned to cope, but it's not always easy. Jack's a cop who protects werewolves from hunters. Since half the planet's infected he has his work cut out for him. Ironically, as he's tracking down these hunters, their would-be victims are in turn tracking him down. As he discovers what caused the [...]
 
Book: Journaling with Jesus - How to Draw Closer to God by Carol Round
"Journaling with Jesus is a creative call to an authentic, intimate relationship with Christ through the art of prayer-journaling. Author Carol Round openly shares her own intimate journaling journey, initially borne of pain, and now bathed in promise the hope of healing in Jesus. Let her sensitively guide you along your own prayer path through balanced scriptural support, stories from the lives [...]
 
Book: Inner Journeys - Explorations of the Soul by Dr. G. Michael Vasey
Inner Journeys: Explorations of the Soul is an autobiographical account of studying with a western mystery school. It explains; How to meditate, visualize, and explore inner worlds, What occult schools actually offer their students, Why the occult and magic have more in common with self improvement and psychoanalysis techniques than with the idea of wand waving, broom riding magicians
 
Book: An Eclectic Journal... Cambodia by Morgan McFinn
This journal consists of more meandering musing from the inimical Morgan McFinn...over 90 entries averaging 600 words each. A buffet of scrumptious literary hors d'oeuvre, so to speak. It was written during the period of a year when McFinn and his wife lived in a wooden, Khmer style bungalow beside the Kampot River in Southwest Cambodia. There are tributes to greatness...John Keats, Fred Astaire [...]
 
Book: The Journal of Paul O'Leary - from the city to the outback. by Michael Mardel
Book award winner. This is a charming story tracing Paul O'Leary's journey to the other side of Australia to live. Paul is an only child with a great imagination who never stops doing things or wanting to explore. This allows him to find friends and adventures everywhere and then he is encouraged by his father to write about these adventures in a journal. This story has a conversational narrative [...]
 


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