After staying in the woods for a week, Mike and I began our forty-five-mile hike to the bus station in Jackson. We gave ourselves three days to make it, ...
Author: Jake Sansing
Publisher: Jake Sansing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
I became homeless after I got out of the Army, so I began walking between towns to search for a new job. Although I wasn't having much luck at finding any work, I soon realized all that hiking and sleeping under the stars seemed to be helping with my symptoms of PTSD. I then decided to walk across America with hopes that it would bring me some sort of healing. Alone and unsupported, I spent the next three years traveling from Tennessee to Delaware, to California, to Florida, to Alaska, back to Florida, and back to California again. This book is a true story that details my experiences.
As part of Detroit's transit history, Eight Mile Road did not begin to see regular bus service until the city bought the DUR and began managing its own ...
Author: Gerald Van Dusen
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
In 1941, a real estate developer in northwest Detroit faced a dilemma. He needed federal financing for white clients purchasing lots in a new subdivision abutting a community of mostly African Americans. When the banks deemed the development too risky because of potential racial tension, the developer proposed a novel solution. He built a six-foot-tall, one-foot-thick concrete barrier extending from Eight Mile Road south for three city blocks--the infamous Birwood Wall. It changed life in West Eight Mile forever. Gathering personal interviews, family histories, land records and other archival sources, author Gerald Van Dusen tells the story of this isolated black enclave that persevered through all manner of racial barriers and transformed a symbol of discrimination into an expression of hope and perseverance.
They were found, according to Adams in his “Homestead Guide,” about six miles above the mouth of Spillman Creek on the Saline. Mrs. Hennes [daughter of ...
Author: Donald J. Blakeslee
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
"A complicated archeological, cultural, and landscape history of the area around Waconda Spring in north central Kansas... a very engaging narrative of a landscape over time:'ùSterling Evans, Author, Bound in Twine "...conveys an appreciation of the deep background of cultural history and human drama that has surrounded the topic site through the course of over 11,000 years. . . . Blakeslee's work is profound."ùRobert L. Hall, Author, An Archaeology of the Soul: North American Indian Belief and Ritual Most people would not consider north central Kansas' Waconda Lake to be extraordinary. The lake, completed in 1969 by the federal Bureau of Reclamation for flood control, irrigation, and water supply purposes, sits amid a region known for agriculture. Yet, to the native people living in this region in the centuries before Anglo incursion, this was a place of great spiritual power and mystic significance. Waconda Spring, now beneath the waters of the lake, was held as sacred, a place where connection with the spirit world was possible. Nearby, a giant snake symbol carved into the earth by native peoplesùlikely the ancestors of today's Wichitasùsignified a similar place of reverence and totemic power. In Holy Ground, Healing Water: Cultural Landscapes at Waconda Lake, Kansas, anthropologist Donald J. Blakeslee traces the usage and attendant meanings of this area, beginning with prehistoric sites dating between A.D. woo and 1250 and continuing to the present day. Addressing all the sites at Waconda Lake, regardless of age or cultural affiliation, Blakeslee tells a dramatic story that looks back from the humdrum present through the romantic haze of the nineteenth century to an older landscape, one that is more wonderful by far than what the modern imagination can conceive. Students and scholars of cultural anthropology and archaeology, as well as those engaged in Native American studies, environmental history, and regional studies, will derive lasting benefit from Holy Ground, Healing Water.
Distance Healing 120 miles away. In 1998 whenI was still learning how distance healing worked, I started sending healing to a friend who had trouble with a ...
Author: Alexandra Alexander
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
How does distance healing work? If you have a concept of how a smart phone works you can understand how distance healing works. There is no cord connecting you to the other person, but the evidence is there because you are having a conversation on your phone. We are connected through the sea of quantum fields around us to others by our Light, just like the smart phone. My name is a Light signature and the more I connect the name Alexandra to other Light signatures their Light will sync to mine. You can access Light signatures of others by speaking the encodement of their name (signature). We establish many links in the Field with other's Light signatures when we connect verbally as well as by our thoughts. Those we live with have the strongest Light connection. We have trouble getting over a lost love because of all the strands of Light between us. These strands of Light must be released before we can successfully move into the Light field of another partner. When technology and spirituality get married they give birth to Miracles. Miracles happen in the Field as we distance heal another's Light by allowing the other Light connection to correct. We as the healer are there for the healing to take place; we are the observer in the quantum field. God is the healer! Our belief that healing is possible allows the miracle to happen.
Older, Touching is Healing, 58. 35. Margaret R. Miles, Practicing Christianity: Critical Perspectives for an Embodied Spirituality (New York: Crossroad ...
Author: Zach Thomas
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
When Jesus ministered, he often used touch. Yet this human act makes many people uneasy. In this helpful book, Zach Thomas provides fresh perspectives on the practical meanings of touch for the faith community. He criticizes the church for its mind/body split and suggests a more wholesome path to using healing touch.
Stage ( 16 miles ) .. ..to Healing Søgs . Returning by same route . ... The glen is
three miles south of Watkins . ... The Healing Springs are situated in Warm
Springs valley , sixteen miles from Covington , twenty - four hundred feet above
the sea ...
The Healing Continues O.F. Willisomhouse. he had the double doors open, Miles began to sweat and he could now hear his own heart pounding against his chest ...
Author: O.F. Willisomhouse
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
About the Book The Diaspora Returns II, the Healing Continues is the fourth part of a fictional series that continues to trace the movement of this group of outcasts. After two and a half years of hiding out while performing their own investigation, the bureau have located their exiled location and the outlaw agent-group has been summoned by the bureau to return home to answer some questions about their private ten-year bounty hunting business. The focused questioning is on the death of one of the groups via internet security guards that the sub-agency hired for their families. The bureau believes that the outlaws have confiscated tapes and downloads that will help them solve other open and troubling cases. An unfair trade is about to take place between the group and the bureau in the form of information for leniency, on Slapps behalf. The ole Catholic Priest hasnt lost faith in the renegades as he continues to intercede for them with prayer and counseling. Personal relationships have been affected and now getting their lives back in order has finally reached to top of the priority board. There is another generation watching them, inside the bureau and at home. Continue to witness their enlightenment and healing process as they get their lives back on solid ground in The Diaspora Returns II, the Healing Continues Amen.
Although Keuka ( or Crooked ) lake is only a few miles from Seneca lake , the
waters of the former are nearly three ... upon which dentists live , has received the
characteristic sobriquet of “ Toothache Spring . ” PRINCIPAL Hotel . Healing ...
It took us most of the day to get to Topeka , just sixty miles away . We started walking the six miles to the next highway and were picked up by a cab ...
Author: Cheryl Canfield
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
Category: Biography & Autobiography
At the age of 41 Cheryl Canfield was diagnosed with advanced cervical cancer. She rejected proposed surgeries that would involve removing her uterus, cervix, lymph nodes, and surrounding nerves. Instead, she decided to accept death and focused her energy on attempting to die well. In the process, she cured herself.
It begins as a mere trickle 70 miles inland, at the point where the Rio Grande broke away centuries ago and followed a more southerly course.
Publisher: We Publish Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
A powerful true story of one man's spiritual and emotional healing on the home waters of his childhood. Lured by the dream of catching a great fish in the middle years of his life, the author is drawn into an initiation in which he must decide to live fully or to die.
I personally take hope in the fact that seven men did escape from the above camp during a blizzard, and then started on a 4000 mile journey to freedom.
Author: Basil B. Clark
Publisher: Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
A compendium of interviews and poetry examining paths of recovery for those affected by traumatic experiences, be they scars of war, loss, addiction, illness, or other tragic events. Features over 100 examples of subjective inner-wounding battles with which people have dealt.
Author: Boutheina Boughnim LaarifPublish On: 2018-04-18
(64) Miles refers to A.D. Hope, for whom it is only after the death of Eurydice that Orpheus' music gains “its deathless harmony” (Hope, quoted in Miles, ...
Author: Boutheina Boughnim Laarif
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Although Auden has often been hailed as the twentieth century’s master of metre and most outstanding practitioner of traditional poetic forms, his metrical art still remains a mystery, as far as its real significance is concerned. This book sheds new light on the enticing appeal of formal poetry which induced Auden into composing in almost every possible stanza form. In order to work out a ‘new’ appreciative assessment of Auden’s formal art, the book uses Amittai Aviram’s theory of poetic rhythm, which transcends the common literary critical process, based on the rhetorical assessment of rhythm in poetry. Aviram’s theory clearly revolutionises our common methods of interpretation regarding rhythm rather than meaning as the starting point in reading poetry; it is the poem’s ideas and theme which express and strengthen rhythm, not the other way round. Such conception of rhythm, as allegorized by meaning (images and metaphors), breathes new life into the outworn Russian formalist tradition. Turning to Auden’s poetry today may be said to be urged by both literary and political contexts; in an age marked by uncertainties and an upsurge of violence, poetry’s voice, regrettably, reverberates less forcefully, sinking into a state of formal loosening. As such, this book may be said to be prompted by a ‘necessity’ to revive the interest in Auden’s poetry, especially given its recent neglect. A reconsideration of Auden’s conception of the nature of poetry and its status enables us to encrypt his verbal art, assess its multiple effects, and appreciate the metrical range that has helped the poet handle so subtly his twofold inquiry: What is poetry? What is its use?
In fact , the program allowed me to reduce my weekly mileage from ninety - five to
eighty miles , therefore decreasing the chance of reinjury . I can honestly say it
was the result of this combined program of massage and exercise that enabled ...
Author: Marc Chasnov
Publisher: Fawcett Books
Offers a step-by-step program of massage and exercise to heal common sports injuries and guard against future ones
McMillen, M. (2005, July 26) “Light touch in the operating room.” Washington, D.C.: Washington Post. Miles, P. (2003) “Reiki vibrational healing.
Author: Carol A. Wilson
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
In an approach to healing that includes the removal of 8 common barriers to healing and Complementary and Alternative Medicine, this book inspires, motivates, and provides tools that produce efficacious and positive outcomes.
With rain, ice, and gravity, it widened the canyon to a ten-mile average width. The canyon walls, geologically, are made of granite, limestone, shales, ...
Author: Madelina Agawin
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Health & Fitness
The Healing Fields is about a woman who came out of a coma caused by aneurysm stroke. When she came back, she could not move, write, read, talk, walk, or understand meaning of words. She works hard and fights hard to be able to live the way able people do, although she is a wheelchair-bound physically-challenged individual. . The book starts, More than a decade-and-a-half ago, my regular living became obtainable. Only because the ginormous concurrence of facts and events allowed me to live with half-body. With every fiber of my instinct and beliefs, I actualize real living with the aid of a wheelchair. It taught me to live in a disabled way which nobody realized possible. The book discusses her medical experience and her natural treatments that keep her health in good stead without medication. Ms. Agawin says - I am disabled but I do not need to be handicapped. My disabilities are real, but so are my abilities.
They asked me to get the stationary bicycle up to twenty-five miles per hour and to keep it there for ten minutes while one of the nurses periodically added ...
Author: Glenn Mosley
Publisher: Sentient Publications
Category: Health & Fitness
Tens of thousands of people who have attended Dr Mosleys healing workshops have testified to the success of his alternative therapies in treating disease. This book gives us the same information he gives them -- clear and simple steps for maintaining better health. Anyone can develop the gift of healing touch to balance energy, combat disease, and promote well-being, to benefit themselves, their family, and their friends. The reader will learn healing techniques that include light physical touch as well as moving the hands a slight distance above the body, known as Healing Hover Touch. Written for the lay practitioner, this is a guide to new possibilities in healthy living.
... Healer, with Observations on the Nature and Source of the Healing Power, and
the Conditions of Its Exercise, Notes of ... after an operation of six minutes by Dr.
Newton I walked two miles , without my crutch or cane ; the second operation I ...
Figure 13.18: Miles' second drawing In Figure 13.19 Miles drew his father crying because he is not allowed in and has to go back to his own parents' home.
Author: Joanne Morris-Smith
Publisher: Academic Conferences and publishing limited
This book is about developing an integrative model of doing EMDR psychotherapy in a multi-faceted way in order to get close to children's reality and to help them and their families heal. It explains how emphasis has to be placed on several fundamental elements including attachment issues, family dynamics, developmental psychology, neurobiology and psycho-traumatology meet and are enlightening. The authors point out the necessity of trusting the process; believing in resources outside of them; developing attuned relationships with the children and their families; looking at life through the glass half full. Bob Tinker has endorsed the book and said that ..".I am ... impressed with the way these two clinicians interweave knowledge of research, developmental psychology, family therapy, neuroscience, and clinical cases into a tapestry of understanding that illuminates the field of EMDR therapy..."