Spiritual and Self Help

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  • Jung died in 1961 without ever having presented a systematic summary of his psychology. For the past 30-plus years, his ideas have been explored, explained and amplified by thousands of others with varying results. This book takes the reader to the source. It was designed for those seeking an understanding of relevant terms and concepts as they were used by Jung himself. There are choice extracts from his Collected Works but no reference to other writers. It is not a critique or a defence of Jung's though but a guide to its richness and an illustration of the broad scope and inter-relationship of his interests. Overall, the Lexicon contains a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of analytical psychology.
  • In 1935, a young mother wrote a letter to a magazine, asking for help.  At a time when a woman's place was in the home, she bravely admitted that she was lonely and frustrated.  The letter struck a chord with women country-wide and so a secret magazine was born: The Co-operative Correspondence Club, or CCC.  With amazing and stunning honesty, the members wrote about every aspect of their lives:  the pain and elation of childbirth, the challenges of marriage, broken hearts and faded dreams.  In a day and age without Internet chat room or forums, they connected, supported each other and experienced life time friendships. This is their story....and during the days of COVID, this may be the life preserver need, because the problems of home-making, raising children and making a happy family don't change.
  • From time immemorial, priests, saints, occultists and soothsayers have used the ancient art of candle burning in prayer, supplication or to create a reality. It's a cornerstone of practice in Christian faiths and witchcraft and paganism. This book simplifies and demystifies the ancient practice with advice on the best colours to use, the phase of the moon, the appropriate day of the week, incantations and even alternative Bible verses for those uncomfortable with paganism. More importantly, it tells  the practitioner what NOT to do and underlines the rule of, 'Do what thou wilt - with harm to none.'
  • The Celtic approach to mysticism is holistic, with little distinction made between the sacred and the secular, or between the physical world and the spiritual. The spiritual awareness grew from Celtic myths and legends: god-like warriors; druids who could walk between the worlds; and magical lands that lay on the boundaries of earthly kingdoms. Celtic mysticism is an approach to life and this book brings the Celtic world - its histories and stories - into a modern context. The important myths and the Celts' feeling for their world is explored and explained and there are exercises to increase your awareness of the power of nature and its holistic character as well as using meditation  and mind-journeying to meet Celtic archetypes.
  • What you think and what you believe has a profound effect on what you do and how you do it. You can achieve - when you believe. If you think you can't - then you never will. But your thoughts are not set in stone, nor concrete. If you can learn how to ride a bike, read, or play chess - then you can learn to control your thinking and in doing so, control your life. Here is the how-to: how to change the way you think, setting goals, expanding your thinking and twelve principles to get you on the road to the life you deserve.
  • Count Louis Hamon - or 'Cheiro' - was a renowned palmist whose world travels gained attention in the press and whose palm readings for the rich and famous of his day, including Mark Twain, elicited words of praise. In this unique book, first published in 1894. are methods for reading personalities, recognizing astrological links, and prognostication together with drawings of hands showing structural types and lines. A series of photographic hand prints taken directly from the famous people Cheiro read for, such as Sarah Bernhardt, is also included.
  • The message of this book is very simple: Right now, you can be happier. More things won't do it. Even a great relationship may not save you. The focus here is on the only place where real change can happen: in how you see yourself and relate to other people. The book uses practical guidance and warm, realistic inspiration to show clearly that while you can't always choose what happens in your life, you can choose your responses, values and behaviors - and the results are life changing. Here are skills and insights across all areas, from your most intimate relationships to your friendships, extended family, work and community. Psychologically positive and astute, it also looks at the big spiritual questions that let you value your life rather than just spending it. Small changes bring BIG results. 
  • In 1983, Dr. Anderson was three weeks from death with severe memory loss, devastating fatigue and pain. After various healing attempts, he went into the wilderness to fast and pray - and then he was given a revelation and an inspired discovery of a unique combination of herbs which allowed thorough cleansing and revitalisation of his internal organs. Through a series of unusual events, he has developed his exceptional healing skills and helped tens of thousands achieve better health and ongoing, remarkable states of love and happiness.  A method which embraces and incorporates metaphysics as well as other spiritual disciplines.

  • Discover how you can: build inner strength, handle rejection, develop your uniqueness, keep your flaws in perspective, make friends with your body, find a place to excel, expand your network of love, and help others become more confident. These and other practical guidelines, along with fascinating stories and anecdotes, show how you can increase your self-confidence without falling into the trap of self-worship. A book to help you succeed at being the best possible you - yourself!