Spiritual and Self Help

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  • Angels, usually seen as winged messengers between Heaven and Earth, are purely spiritual beings who will show themselves in any form. Many cultures have lore which tells of angels from a Divine Source, sent to relay messages to people on Earth and to assist in all areas of life. But which angel helps you with what?  Here is a guide to the history and powers of the angels, their special attributes, their roles and manifestation as mediators, guardians and companions, as well as rituals you can perform.  Beautifully illustrated.
  • 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 comprehensive study of the mystical significance of the gemstones mentioned in the Bible, as well as all 62 minerals - from adamant to zircon - not forgetting the 'pearl of great price' and the 'salt of the earth'. Their use and origin is given as well as their significance in the Biblical narrative, Reviewed as a 'a deep mine of information, folklore, history and archeological discovery.'
  • Written by one of the world's leading experts on dreams and their meaning, this book focuses on what happens to our brains while we are asleep and explains clearly and precisely what it all means. The author discusses the work of famous analysts such as Freud and Jung and writes reassuringly about learning to cope with nightmares and how to solve problems while asleep. Explore the magical realm of sleep and inner consciousness with this fascinating, illustrated guide to the world of dreams. Illustrated.
  • Cry Havoc introduced Beverley Nichols as an advocate of peace. The Fool Hath Said - as well as being his personal spiritual journey - gives his advocacy of Christianity in a modern world.He presents his belief convincingly, taking the hurdles one at a time to end with a newly defined attitude toward his own religious concepts. He successfully conveys why there is a need for faith, that faith is possible and can be applied to modern problems and has done it with reverence and sincerity. He  was an Oxford Group member and in the chapter Crusaders Of 1936, he states 'Though this book is not a record of the Oxford Group, it would be incomplete unless I paid tribute to this amazing movement. For though I...had found that Christ was indeed God, it was not until I went to a meeting of the Oxford Group that I found, once again, the friend whom I earlier rejected.'
  • From the zeros of the mathematician to the void of the philosophers, from Shakespeare to the empty set, from the ether to the quantum, from being and nothingness to creatio ex nihilo, there is much ado about nothing at the heart of things.  Recent discoveries in astronomy are shedding new light on the nature of the vacuum and its dramatic effect upon the explanation of the Universe.  This book ranges over every nook and cranny of nothingness to reveal how the human mind has to make something of nothing in every field of human enquiry.

  • They work alongside you in many of Australia's businesses and corporations. They intimidate fellow workers. They exhibit manipulative behaviour. They demonstrate lack of remorse. They are glib and superficially charming. They are the white collar psychopaths who exist in a variety of institutions. They are individuals who manipulate their way through life and leave an indelible mark on both their victims and society. They are destructive men and women - cunning, self-centered, ruthless and terrifying. What motivates these individuals? How can coworkers protect themselves from these "monsters" who hide behind a veneer of respectability? This guide provides a fascinating insight into the mind of the workplace psychopath. Drawing on studies and research in forensic psychology, it shows how to recognise and manage a workplace psychopath.
  • The third book by this author demonstrates how Paul summarised the Gospel in Romans 1 - 8. Paul also made a devastating analysis of the sinfulness of his culture as did Jeremiah in a former age. Written against the backdrop of the Sixties countercultural upheaval and with prophetic force, Dr. Schaeffer presents the case that Jeremiah's denunciations could also apply to modern times. In light of 9/11, Schaeffer seems disturbingly prophetic and he concerns himself with the moral and spiritual death that suffocates truth, meaning and beauty out of the urban culture. He advocates belief and action as well as commitment and compassion. 
  • Was there once a race of beings which were only partly human? If so, what became of them and where are they now? Here is a compelling scenario - if we are willing to consider the possibility of their existence. Here is an unusual dramatisation of the fierce battle between God's intention for Man and Satan's scheme to destroy it.