Spiritual and Self Help

//Spiritual and Self Help
  • Here is the rich heritage of mythology surrounding Pele, the volcano Goddess of ancient Hawaii, still revered and worshipped today.  There are also adventurous tales of Pele's sister Hi'iaka, the love affair with the half-man, half-pig Kamapua'a and the snow Goddess Poliahu.
  • If you really want to heal your life, you will need this interactive workbook. It directly applies Louise's techniques of self-love and positive thinking to a wide range of topics that effect us all on a daily basis, including: health fears and phobias; sex; self-esteem; money and prosperity; friendship;  addictive behaviour; work; and intimacy.
  • 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.
  • A comprehensive explanation of the rich heritage associated with the art of divination. Forty different divination methods are described, making this volume a source for serious study of major divination disciplines. Fortune-telling methods described include: Physiognomy (face reading); Tasseography (tea-leaf reading);  Palmistry; Graphology (handwriting interpretation); Crystal gazing; Candle flame reading;  Color divination; Numerology and many more. Illustrated.
  • Elbert Green Hubbard -  American writer, publisher, artist, and philosopher.He is known as the founder of the Roycroft artisan community in East Aurora, New York, an influential exponent of the Arts and Crafts Movement. He believed in social, economic, domestic, political, mental and spiritual freedom - and believed in sharing it. This is his collection of wisdom that he found in literature of ages past, from Confucius to John D. Rockefeller. And wisdom never goes out of style.
  • The Tarot is a form of fortune-telling, or predicting events that has been used for many centuries to provide guidance and help people understand the emotional issues influencing their lives. Simply Tarot will show you how Tarot can bring insight to personal and professional situations and how it can positively influence your life.  There are excellent illustrations of each of the 78 cards, their meanings, different layouts and a glossary of terms.
  • Painful feelings can sabotage us, often when we least expect it. We can wake up feeling like a million dollars, but it can take only a second for a frown, a slight, a remembered failure to reduce us to zero - and that zero can last all day. Someone pushes a hot button, and in an instant self-castigating feelings are surging along every nerve fibre to knock out our self esteem. This book can teach how to identify and dispel those joy-robbers, those oppressive voices from the past which undermine us in the present. There are specific steps to examine those parental messages 'recorded' when we were children together with the often distorted assumptions we made about them. There's information on how to get the life-giving responses and recognition of others; how to identify the conflicting internal demands that tear us apart; and how to substitute effective types of protection for those unsatisfying habits of withdrawal, passivity, hostility and intellectualisation, all of which push people away and deprive us of love and support. And so much more. The Harrises write with personal experience and caring, careful sensitivity.
  • 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.
  • Comprehensive in coverage and meticulously researched, this book calls on the latest scientific research to challenge our society's largely unquestioning commitment to new technology. While modern technology has many benefits, the authors believe that Western society's reliance on the latest tech as a cure-all for our problems is seriously misplaced - in some cases, dangerously so. Health and environment issues include: The damaging effects on human health of certain microwaves, including those from mobile phones, mobile phone base stations and television transmission towers; the ongoing debate about the effects of human health of aluminium in food and other consumer  products; the growing evidence that the trans-polyunsaturated acids formed in most margarines during manufacture may be worse for your health than butter; and the growing understanding that the amount of natural light entering the eyes can contribute significantly to the body's ability to fight disease.  There is much which is disagreeable and sometimes distressing, but this book is not a downer. At the end of each chapter there's a positive 'What YOU can do' section.