Spiritual and Self Help

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  • The author presents eight  archetypes that Wiccans can model their lives and goals upon and which are suitable for anyone following a spiritual system.  He also shows the five cornerstones to the magick of being a Wiccan Warrior. This author knows whereof he speaks:  he is a former policeman who applied his faith, his beliefs and the Cornerstones to his working life.
  • Eckhart Tolle has emerged as one of the world’s most inspiring spiritual teachers, sharing the enlightenment that he experienced after a startling personal transformation. His views go beyond any particular religion, doctrine or guru. This book extracts the essence from his teachings in The Power of Now, showing us how to free ourselves from “enslavement to the mind.” The aim is to be able to enter into and sustain an awakened state of consciousness throughout everyday life. Through meditations and simple techniques, Eckhart shows us how to quiet our thoughts, see the world in the present moment, and find a path to “a life of grace, ease, and lightness.”
  • Buckland explores and instructs in various methods of conducting paranormal experiments including astral projections, talking boards, hauntings, numerology, palmistry, scrying, ceremonial magic, tarot, I Ching, ESP and hypnosis, the secrets of black magic and ceremonial magic and much more.  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.
  • Come, those in search of initiation, into the ancient mysteries of the Druids...A grimoire that focuses on the magical elements of three mystical lessons told as tales to King Arthur by the wise Merlyn.  As new secrets are revealed from the sixteenth century  Book Of Pheryllt, so the seeker after knowledge may choose to undergo a vision quest beyond the confines of the everyday world, through the wisdom and magic of the Druids.
  • The lines on a palm, the symbols of the tarot, even the suits and numbers on playing cards - these are some of the remarkable ways to tell fortunes. Practice any of 16 methods to glimpse what may be in store for you, your friends, and family: numerology, runes, crystal gazing, the I Ching, astrology, dream interpretation and more. Or step into the past and trace predictions of famous fortunetellers, such as Nostradamus.Illustrated.
  • In the sacred literature of the world there is preserved the teaching of a Way or a Path, known to seekers of all ages, referred to in Holy Scripture as well as in mystical texts and although its description varies, it is always referred to as the one sure means of divine realisation. This book is concerned with outlining a Way, a process of transforming Man’s entire being through its expression in symbols and stages common to all great spiritual traditions. The Wheel, the Wilderness, the Spiral, the Labyrinth, the Rose, the Tree, the Fire and the Light are such images which are all produced and reacted to spontaneously by those who travel the path of Transcendence. This copy is the updated and revised second edition dated 1980.

  • 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.