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📒Spirit Rises ✍ Terence Hamilton-Morris
✏Spirit Rises Book Summary : Life’s most profound mysteries have inspired great thinkers throughout the ages, but few answers have emerged to address these major questions: Why are we born? What is the meaning of life? What happens to us after we die? Is there life after so-called human death? Can we ever hope to have the answers to these important questions? Even the pursuit of answers stirs up controversy; some say that the questions themselves are more important than any answers that might be shared. Author Terence Hamilton-Morris, a clairvoyant and open medium, offers his insights into these unanswerable mysteries. His approach is controversial, enlightening, and confrontational. He invites us to look at these questions from a broader spectrum of possibility and encourages us to look more intently at subjects that we are often instructed to ignore. He challenges followers of all religions to be truthful to their original teachings. He stresses the importance of discipline, motivation, and respect for others, and he hopes to inspire us to take better care of our environment. Hamilton-Morris has called upon a veritable panel of experts from the spirit world, each of whom has chosen to share their experiences, insight, and teaching from beyond, based on their own experiences from their time on Earth. Compelled to share this story by his personal guides because of his extraordinary relationship to the world of Spirit, he wants the world to be able to reach what Spirit demanded of him.
📒Three Songs ✍ Vincent D. Dempsey
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📒A Spirit Rises ✍ Sylvia Townsend Warner
✏A Spirit Rises Book Summary : The original U.S. blurb says it well, '. . .But some readers consider her short stories the best vehicle for her impeccable craftsmanship, her peerless ability to sketch in a few deft lines a man or woman in a brief moment of destiny - tragic, comic, absurd or moving. These fourteen new stories are once again evidence of her wit and irony, her grace and poise.' A Spirit Rises comprises fourteen stories: Youth and the Lady; The Locum Tenens; The Fifth of November; A Question of Disposal; Barnby Robinson; In a Shaken House; The Old Nun; Randolph; On Living for Others; A Dressmaker; A Spirit Rises; The Snow Guest; During a Winter Night; A Work of Art. Many of the stories first appeared in The New Yorker which makes the dedication to William Maxwell all the more appropriate. A Spirit Rises is one of four collections of Sylvia Townsend Warner's short stories that Faber Finds are reissuing: Winter in the Air; A Spirit Rises; A Stranger with a Bag; Scenes of Childhood. 'Miss Townsend Warner, as always, comes up to scratch with the sheer caress of her style. The stories in A Spirit Rises, private, utterly leisured, are like charades played by angels - albeit rather sardonic ones, and in a slightly unreal hothouse. The choice and rhythm of her words are not to be wolfed; be patient, keep the mind free to wander on a quickening phrase or a squint of humour.' David Hughes, Sunday Times
📒Three Songs ✍ Vincent D. Dempsey
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📒Tarot Of The Spirit ✍ Pamela Eakins
✏Tarot of the Spirit Book Summary : Centered on the Qabbalistic Tree of Life, this symbolism clearly explores the Minor Arcana as a representation of the four components of life: spirit, emotion, intellect, andbody; while it reveals the Major Arcana to be the keys to our emotional response patterns to the symbolic universe in which we live. Includes seven monthly meditations, individual readings, and layouts.
📒African Christianity Rises ✍ David Asonye Ihenacho
✏African Christianity Rises Book Summary : The streak of achievements of Igbo Catholicism in just one century, her flourishing and imposing presence, her charismatic and enthusiastic laity, her highly educated and enlightened clergy and religious, her ever-crowded and carnival-like Eucharistic celebrations as well as her overall contributions to the universal Church, are great signs of hope in a world that is being terribly demoralized and confused by excessive reliance on materialism. Igbo Catholicism is indeed a breath of fresh air in a world in which religious ideals and trust are daily being made to appear like values of the bygone years. This first in a two-volume series takes a critical look into the Catholicism of the Igbo people of Nigeria. The goal is to emphasize the fact that though Catholicism has made a tremendous progress in this part of Africa, there is still a lot to be done. This book intends to suggest some important ways forward for the African exemplar Christianity that is indeed today's Catholicism among the Igbo people of Nigeria.
📒The Fruits Of The Spirit ✍ Evelyn Underhill
✏The Fruits of the Spirit Book Summary : Brief extracts from the Underhill book, Fruits of the Spirit, first published in 1942, the year after Underhill's death. Each of these brief pieces is actually a meditation on some aspect of the spiritual life, and makes excellent devotional reading. "...affords a brilliant example of Evelyn Underhill's gift for combining an insight into the heights and depths of Christian spiritual experience with a down-to-earth appreciation of the actual circumstances in which modern Christians are called to walk the Christian way." --Roger L. Roberts, series editor
📒The Spirit Of Things ✍ Carole Mann
✏The Spirit of Things Book Summary : Spirit can guide us in many ways, whether through our dreams or a one-on-one encounter. These true stories and pictures will show that spirits are all around us, either in human or animal form. They help guide us and strengthen our beliefs, even for us “ordinary people.”
📒Spiritual Power ✍ Gian Kumar
✏Spiritual Power Book Summary : An insightful, informative and definitive work that projects spirituality in a new light and reveals how it can transform us and bring peace and happiness all around. In this compact volume, Gian Kumar, a thinker by nature, provides a comprehensive overview of the seemingly mysterious, yet accessible, world of spirituality. Those seriously seeking to understand spirituality and its myriad aspects will find answers to questions they have been pondering over for years, such as: Is God only in the mind? Is reality the same for all of us? How do we go beyond the limitations of the body and the mind to attain a higher plane of consciousness and awareness? What is self-realization? What kind of entity is the soul? The author defines spiritual power as ‘that inner awareness and the capability to awaken our mind from the ignorance that we are not solely body and mind, but something more’. He goes to explain in detail that ‘something more’. The author contends that acquiring spiritual bliss may not be within everybody’s reach, but those who are keen and sincere can achieve this objective by delving deep into their inner selves to find out their shortcomings and how to overcome them so that they can lead complete and wholesome lives.
✏Author : Hannah WHARTON (Visionary.)
✏Release Date : 1730
✏Pages : 359
✏ISBN : BL:A0019464843
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Some Manifestations and communications of the Spirit in a forty days ministration in that place London by the mouth of Hannah Wharton Taken in short hand by M T Book Summary :