Spiritual and Self Help

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  • A compelling vision of the new spiritual understanding that is emerging in human culture... as contained in an an ancient manuscript that contains the Nine Insights. The First Insight is recognisable: in each of our lives occur mysterious coincidences - sudden, synchronistic events that once interpreted,  serve to guide and direct our actions. A modern parable that will lead the reader on a Journey to lighten the soul and connect with visions and experiences that are changing the world.https://cosmiccauldronbooks.com.au/p/experiential-guide-james-redfield-carol-adrienne/
  • A companion to The Celestine Prophecy that helps readers expand knowledge from the Nine Insights; offers explanations and exercises for further revelations; and fosters personal growth by putting readers in touch with evidence from their own experience.
  • A discussion of the thought differences between the view stated in A Course in Miracles and biblical Christianity.
  • Buckland explores and instructs in various methods of conducting paranormal experiments including astral projections, talking oards, hauntings, numerology, palmistry, scrying, ceremonial magic, tarot and many others.  A good basic guide from a responsible writer.
  • Edited by Hugh Lynn Cayce. Cayce demonstrates techniques for dream interpretation - predicting the future; discovering hidden personal talents; relieving nervous tension; making money; rearing children; discovering past lives; developing ESP; and gaining insight into this life and beyond.

  • Is it possible to contact universes parallel to our own? Is humanity evolving toward some kind of superman? Will the secret society be the future form of government?  Has someone lost the plot? Not necessarily. The authors spent six years prospecting in that strange country that lies beyond the frontiers of so-called rational knowledge. They feel these questions are vital - and others even more disturbing. Among many items documented: that medieval magicians were far in advance of their modern contemporaries; the way Hiteler relied on the predictions of star-gazers; and the strange undercurrents of fantasy in the behaviour of world leaders in the 1960s. This book is best described as a compendium of dark and peculiar stories, well outside the mainstream of modern thought together with an introduction into the occult. Previously published under the title The Dawn Of Magic. Illustrated with black and white photos.
  • Bentov - 'Ben' to his friends - says this book is the result of some living room discussions with friends over a period of time, which become more elaborate as topics were added. His dilemma was - at what point does one stop acquiring knowledge and start writing? He chose to write. Goal: to build a model of the Universe that will satisfy the need for a comprehensive picture of what our existence is all about.  In other words, a holistic model that encompasses not only the physical, observable universe that is our immediate environment and the distant universe as observed by astronomers, but the  'realities'  of our emotional, mental and intuitive components.

  • With plenty of photographs - some of which are very eerie - and covering a wide range of ghost-related topics: definition of a ghost; homage to the spirits of the dead; poltergeists and magicians; phantom drummers and ghostly warnings; ghost shows, phantom ships and the birth of spiritualism; ghost photos and ghostly phenomena in the modern day as well as explorations of the famous Cock Lane Ghost and the Moving Coffins of Barbados. Illustrated with black and white photographs.

  • It's the age old question: What is the meaning of Life?  Bradley Trevor Grieve, the author of the highly successful Blue Day Book may well have found the answer: figure out what you love and then - do it. Illustrated with quirky black and white photographs that will not only make you smile, but will help see life in its true perspective.
  • A  lovely little pocket-sized book to open at random any day of the week and enjoy the inspirational wisdom therein. "Look at the big picture -love is always there." "Rather than criticise someone, praise them - you'll be astonished at the rewards." "Give yourself a break from making judgements. Occasionally, try accepting things just as they are."
  • Throughout history people have found themselves on the edge of eternity and have returned to tell their experiences.  After 400 interviews, Dr Sutherland wasn't surprised to find many similarities.  This book is an exploration of how near death experiences have changed a person's life and beliefs such as; losing their fear of death; a new belief in reincarnation; a move toward spirituality and away from organised religion; and the loss of some personal relationships.
  • From the author of You Can Heal Your Life, Louise Hay expands her philosophies of loving the self through:  learning to listen and trust the inner voice;  loving the child within;  letting our true feelings out;  the responsibility of parenting;  releasing our fear about growing older;  allowing ourselves to receive prosperity; expressing our creativity; accepting change as a natural part of life;  creating a world that is ecologically sound where it's safe to love each other; and much more. There is also a chapter devoted to meditations for personal and planetary healing. This book is for anyone who wants to change their life - and have the life they were meant to lead.
  • Instant Calm - the busy person's guide to finding peace and contentment in a restless world. These ingenious shortcuts to calm are written in entertaining, easy-to-follow language and are gleaned from sources as divergent as the wisdom of ancient civilizations and the discoveries of modern science. Wilson's solutions are based on meditation, acupressure, self-hypnosis, psychotherapy, aromatherapy, exercise, diet, and much more.
  • Do you live in fear that one day someone you respect will open your cupboards and find the awful truth? Have you ever replaced a broken item then carefully kept the broken bits - 'just in case'? Have you ever threatened bodily harm to anyone who opens a drawer in front of company? Has most of the junk stored away in your ceiling/garage/back shed/spare room/under your house lain there for years - unused?  If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then this book is for you. Here are all the practicalities - and emotions - of dealing with clutter, how to get rid of it and how to store what you do keep, as well as the most hilarious (and feeble) excuses for hanging onto it. There's sections on dealing with kid-clutter, too.  Very easy to read.
  • Each passing year brings the certain awareness that when white man invaded America, he made off with all the wrong things. They seized the land and the water but ignored the wealth of Native American spiritual and psychological wisdom. Here is a story collection about an imaginary mid western tribe, the Turtle Creek Nehawkas, they way they were and they way they are.  Full of traditional Native American wisdom.
  • Anger is a signal and one worth listening to. Anger deserves our attention and respect, yet women are still taught to silence their anger, to deny it entirely or to vent it in a way that leaves them feeling helpless and powerless. Here, women can learn to identify the real source of their anger and to use it as a powerful vehicle for creating meaningful and lasting change.

  • The author just doesn't talk about freedom - the deep, natural joy and peace in the core of all beings - she gives a direct, living experience of it.  The reader is guided to the stillness and joy within to liberate emotional blocks, lift away negative self concepts, release old limitations and open to the magnificence of the Self.
  • Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity and ageless knowing. Her name is Wild Woman, but she is an endangered species. The author, a Jungian analyst and storyteller, shows how women's vitality can be restored through what she calls "psychic archeological digs" into the ruins of the female unconcious. Using multicultural myths, fairy tales, folk tales, and stories, Dr. Estes helps women reconnect with the healthy, instinctual, visionary attributes of the Wild Woman archetype. Dr. Estes has created a new lexicon for describing the female psyche. Fertile and life-giving, it is a psychology of women in the truest sense, a knowing of the soul.