Tools for Transformation

Tools for Transformation

Author: Rita Milios

Publisher: Trans4Mind

ISBN: 9781864762563

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 70

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Tools for Transformation gives you the "rules and tools" you need to change your life for good. * Learn the rules of the subconscious realm. * Explore mind tools, such as affirmations. visualizations, meditation, intuition and dreams. * Learn, step-by-step how to use these tools to help you transform your life. "A comprehensive guide to shaping the mind....creative, down-to-earth guidance... marvelously enjoyable." -- Napra Review"I found this very helpful...will expand your personal power and transform your life." -- Enlightenments "Truly a tool for transformation...excellent...I recommend it highly." -- New Age Retailer

Conversations and Transformations

Conversations and Transformations

Author: Ananta Kumar Giri

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 0739103229

Category: Philosophy

Page: 380

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In this work, the author issues a call for scholars of contemporary social history and practice to grapple with late modernity's most pressing social and political issues. He counterposes Western thought with Indian social theory across an array of Indian texts and ideas.

Lent, Season of Transformation

Lent, Season of Transformation

Author: Amy Ekeh

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780814645345

Category: Religion

Page: 48

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During Lent, we strive to free ourselves from all kinds of clutter—material and spiritual—in order to focus on God and turn back to him with our whole hearts. If this “turning back” is genuine, it will be a reorientation, a transformation. To help us enter into this season, Amy Ekeh guides readers in exploring three key moments in the life and ministry of Jesus. The result will be a better understanding of the authentic transformation that God calls each of us to embrace as individuals and as a community and a renewed desire to live God’s own outward-looking, self-emptying, laying-down-one’s-life kind of love.

The Bhagavad Gita and Inner Transformation

The Bhagavad Gita and Inner Transformation

Author: Naina Lepes

Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe

ISBN: 8120831861

Category: Bhagavadgītā

Page: 500

View: 459

This contemporary companion to the Bhagavad Gita addresses the heart of human yearning. T offers the possibility of transforming the battle of life into a path to Truth, a living process. Each chapter presents a road toward our inner, universal Self, bringing a deeper and wider perspective along the way. A psychological orientation invites the reader to move from abstract idea to individual insight. As the book proceeds, the relationship between the personal and the eternal gradually unfolds in an ever-expanding process of self-discovery. Quotes from the great teachers are included in the text to inspire, uplift and help us cross over the sea of illusion.

The Process of Self-Transformation

The Process of Self-Transformation

Author: Vicente Hao Chin

Publisher: Quest Books

ISBN: 9780835631488

Category: Self-Help

Page: 288

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“From time immemorial,” says the author, “sages from diverse cultures have passed on enduring solutions to the dilemmas of living. Yet their insights are not as known to the world as they ought to be.” This deep, wise, and practical guide intends to make them more so. It is the harvest of the popular seminars developed and led by Vic Hao Chin, former president of the Theosophical Society in the Philippines and a worldwide teacher and presenter. He gives time-proven approaches for eliminating fear, resentment, worry, depression, and the stress of daily living in order to deepen spiritual practice. And he includes sections on overcoming negative conditioning, developing relationships, and optimizing physical health. To help readers in the process of self-actualization, he also provides helpful illustrations, case studies, and step-by-step instructions for meditation and breathing exercises.

Transformation of the World

Transformation of the World

Author: John C. Woodcock, Ph.d.

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781440143861

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 146

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Transformation of the World is an account of the author's journey through a personal psychological crisis to the discovery of a new world forming out of the future within his psyche. This new world is one born from chaos through the power of love . The reader is taken into the experiences of the author through a form of literature that may not have a name at this point in time. It is a form of writing that flowed spontaneously from the author's hand The process involves memories of a kind of dual consciousness, interweaving of past present and future, inner and outer reality, along with philosophical thoughts expressed in direct speech which came to the author quite spontaneously. All these elements are brought to life in the adventures of the purely literary figures, David and Master John while the narrator is John, the author. Each character leads a separate life but are they really separate? The reader will discover the truth at the very end (from the Preface). "I prepare you for a ride with this book. It begins swiftly, and doesn't let up" (from the Foreword by David Tresemer, Ph.D.)

Trauma and Transformation at Ground Zero

Trauma and Transformation at Ground Zero

Author: Storm Swain

Publisher: Fortress Press

ISBN: 9781451418606

Category: Religion

Page: 216

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"From personal interviews with chaplains at the temporary mortuary at Ground Zero and her own experiences as an Episcopal priest, psychotherapist, and chaplain, Storm Swain offers a new model of pastoral care grounded in theology and practice. Reflecting on experiences of suffering faced in ministry, Swain considers what it means to love in these instances and what is involved in ministering in these contexts. Within this model, caregivers can move from a place of trauma to a place of transformation, which enables wholeness and healing for both caregivers and those for whom they care" -- Publisher description.

It's a Faith Thing: Inspiration for Transformation

It's a Faith Thing: Inspiration for Transformation

Author: Yolanda Thompson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465365750

Category: Self-Help

Page: 83

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Could you inspire excellence when your assignment is to rescue teen prostitutes from pimps. . . when no one else but you will speak up for a young suicide victim whose family refuses to bury the teen. . . when gang members leave “juvy cells” and move into your house in the suburbs for faith-based life coaching? Inspiring “hurting” children and those in need of an extra boost—comes with the territory for authors James Vaughn and Yolanda Thompson, who bring nearly 40 years of combined experience in bi-vocational roles in public administration, leadership training and clinical pastoral ministry in the criminal justice system. Whatever your calling may be – It’s a faith thing. Your efforts, your journey, your work – it’s all designed to inspire Kingdom Excellence among God’s children. Some may be young and some may be older. What they seem to have in common is a desire for faith that inspires them. Teach them. Train them. But you cannot transform them until you inspire them. Inspiration for Transformation. It’s A Faith Thing.

Revelation to Transformation

Revelation to Transformation

Author: Paul White

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1449719007

Category: Religion

Page: 188

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Most of us have become accustomed to the constant preaching and teaching of guilt and condemnation. This slowly but surely pulls our eyes off of the loveliness of the finished work and onto the unfinished areas of our lives. We know that we are flawed; we don't need someone screaming at us to figure that out. Our problem is not the absence of knowledge that we need help. Rather, it is the utter inability to help ourselves. Calvary was God's intervention in all of our issues. By relieving us of the punishment of sin, He is freeing us from the weight of guilt and the fear of death. The author of Hebrews said that when Jesus died, He did so to "deliver them who through fear of death were all their lifetime subject to bondage" (Hebrews 2:15). Jesus has delivered us from fear of eternal punishment by being punished in our place!

Messages From Metatron: A Course in Self-Transformation

Messages From Metatron: A Course in Self-Transformation

Author: Nina Bingham

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781710071320

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 300

View: 634

If you liked, "A Course In Miracles" you will love, "Messages From Metatron: A Course In Self-Transformation." Readers are calling it "captivating" and "astounding." This channeled masterpiece offers 30 messages from the highest Archangel, Metatron. It includes a Study Guide with questions and exercises for individuals or groups. Devi Nina Bingham has compiled an extraordinary program for self-transformation, assisting men and women in discovering their purpose, or "Life Chart." In a series of irresistible dialogues, "Messages From Metatron" stretches the limits of what is known about the cosmos to the breaking point. An absorbing read that will convince you of the reality of angels! AN INTRODUCTION TO MESSAGES FROM METATRON: Messages From Metatron is a curriculum for those seeking to achieve spiritual transformation. The underlying themes are that humanity is one, and you are an indispensable part of the Cosmic design. It consists of a text and a workbook for students and is created for individual or group use. It is a three-book curriculum teaching a non-denominational and universal spirituality. The language of the course is Christian in nature, yet includes channeled information on such fascinating and thought-provoking metaphysical subjects as: Mother God, Spirit Guides and Angels, Enlightenment, Transgender and Same-Sex, Soulmates, Karma, Intuition & ESP, The Multiverse, Parallel Universes and Holographic you, The Oversoul, The Akashic Record and The Future. The Workbook for Students includes 30 lessons that allow you to apply the messages to your life. Study a lesson per day to work through the Course in 1 month's time! Or, absorb a lesson anytime you need to be reminded of these uplifting messages of love and peace.

Moral Transformation

Moral Transformation

Author: A. J. Wallace

Publisher: Bridgehead Publishing

ISBN: 9781456389802

Category: Religion

Page: 331

View: 676

Recent scholarship has challenged post-Reformation ideas about the early Christian doctrines of salvation. This ground-breaking book draws together the conclusions of recent scholarship into a compelling and clear view of the early Christian paradigm of salvation. It presents the case that the early Christians focussed not on Christ's death on the cross or 'saving faith', but on moral transformation. They saw Jesus as God's appointed teacher, prophet, and leader, who died as a martyr in order to teach them a new way of life. Their paradigm of salvation centred upon this way of life taught by Jesus, and on following faithfully his example and teachings. Part 1: 'How the Gospels present Jesus' explores the way in which the early Christians understood the teaching of Jesus. It highlights five themes of Jesus' message: economics and wealth, moral purity, social equality, the temple system, and physical and spiritual affliction. It shows why people viewed Jesus as a divinely appointed teacher, prophet, and leader, and saw his death as a martyrdom for his cause and movement. Part 2: 'Doctrines of the early Christians' presents the key early Christian doctrines of salvation and shows why several post-Reformation doctrines conflict with their views. It shows that the early Christians believed God's final judgment is made on the basis of character and conduct. They believed that by following Jesus and transforming their lives morally, they would obtain positive judgment and resurrection. This part shows how the early Christians' ideas of faith, justification, forgiveness and grace all fit into this paradigm. Part 3: 'The importance of Jesus' looks at why the early Christians considered Jesus so significant; they focussed on the moral transformation he brought to their lives. This part highlights what they believed Jesus achieved for them, and how they used sacrificial language to explain these beliefs. It explores the evidence for viewing Jesus' death as a martyrdom, and for seeing his resurrection as equally important. Part 4: 'Ideas throughout history' shows that Christians held this paradigm of salvation for several centuries. It outlines the key changes that occurred from the 4th century through to the Reformation, which moved tradition away from the early Christian ideas. Finally, it offers a critique of modern post-Reformation doctrines of salvation.