When the time comes, ripeness opens the heart up to a new way of being. Usually, this happens not by choice but when we least expect it.
Author: Paramananda Ishaya
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Though it is simple and obvious, you may not understand the incredible importance of the way of nothing. When you do see the way, you will wonder, "Can it really be this easy and simple?" And seeing that there was never anything in the way of freedom can almost be embarrassing. "How could I have never seen it?" you’ll ask. The Way of Nothing: Nothing in the Way explores the obstacles that stop you from reaching your highest desires: enlightenment, eternal peace, or simply ordinary contentment. These obstacles are nothing more than concepts you have that seem real, yet they vanish with insight into the way. It is a wonderful surprise to discover that there has always been nothing in the way of what you want. Best of all, there is really nothing to it!
This is the only authorized version, precisely it was first given and including the original question and answer sections.
Author: Jeshua Ben Joseph
'The Way of the Heart' is a collection of Jeshua's teachings, faithfully transcribed from the original channeled audio recordings. It forms the third volume of the five essential 'Way of Mastery' texts. Jeshua shares: "The Way of the Heart... is that pathway that begins with a commitment to healing and awakening, and is founded on the premise that you are perfectly free at all times. And everything that is experienced has been by your choice. And at no time has there been any other cause." His invitation to us is to wake up from every illusion that we have ever been separate from God, and to remember the deepest Truth of who we are: Christ. This is the only authorized version, precisely it was first given and including the original question and answer sections. Nothing has been added in the transition from audio to text: no chapter titles appear, nor themes given to sub-sections - for He gave none.
... but not the proper way to correspond about meaningful topics. I can't tell you how my heart sort of jumps when I see a letter like that addressed to me.
Author: Randy Frazee
The Heart of the Story will help you see God’s Word in a new and inspiring light. In the Bible’s seemingly disconnected stories, you’ll discover one grand, unfolding epic – God’s story from Genesis onward – and your own life-story contained within it. “To understand the Bible,” says author and pastor Randy Frazee, “you need bifocal lenses, because two perspectives are involved. The Lower Story, our story, is actually many stories of men and women interacting with God in the daily course of life. The Upper Story is God’s story, the tale of his great, overarching purpose that fits all the individual stories together like panels in one unified mural.” In this new edition, Randy dives deeper in the Upper and Lower stories and shows how both perspectives will open your eyes to the richness and relevance of the Bible. Illuminating God’s master-plan from Genesis to our daily lives, The Heart of the Story will encourage you to experience the joy that comes from aligning your stories with God’s.
The therapist's job then becomes to make the client realize that this way of ... to bring more “heart” into the therapy room, but I also think a greater ...
Author: Robyn D. Walser
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
In The Heart of ACT, renowned acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) trainer Robyn Walser explores ACT as a process-based therapy incorporating interpersonal, intrapersonal, and overarching and ongoing processes, as well as the integration of six core components of psychological flexibility to connect clinicians to the dynamic and relational implementation of ACT. Engaging clinical scenarios, therapeutic insights, and supervision dialogues are offered to help clinicians move beyond their conceptual understanding of ACT principles to master the nuances of the therapeutic relationship at the heart of ACT. Using the tips and strategies in this professional guide, you’ll develop a flexible, grounded, and client-centered practice. With this comprehensive resource, you’ll learn to cultivate an organic, process-driven practice, grounded in the heart of the therapeutic relationship and responsive to clients in the moment. The Heart of ACT is designed to mimic the supervision experience by presenting material in thought-provoking chapters grounded in real-life clinical situations and challenges. In the book, you’ll also find supervision dialogues inspired by Walser's work with her supervisees, Carlton Coulter and Manuela O’Connell. Carlton and Manuela comment and ask questions related to the material in the book and their own ACT learning process. These are then addressed by Walser in a dialogue designed to assist clinicians in connecting to the material. These sections mimic the helpful mentoring process of one-on-one training and supervision, and offer insights into specific therapeutic challenges that can unfold in structured conversation. As the applications of ACT grow, so does the need for up-to-date professional resources. Unlike many advanced ACT books that focus on procedures and techniques, The Heart of ACT focuses on the heart of the therapeutic relationship, as well as the “soft skills” that are difficult to describe, but which often mark the difference between a merely good clinician and an excellent one. If you’re looking to take your ACT delivery to a new, exciting level, this book is a must-have addition to your professional library.
2 What we believe, how we feel and the values we have influence the way we conduct our lives. In this materialistic world, our culture is overrun with the ...
Author: Albert Gaw
Publisher: Xulon Press
Using St. Paul's metaphor of the "Eyes of the Heart" in his letter to the Ephesians as a psycho-spiritual approach to the study of spirituality, the author unravels the spirituality of St. Paul, St. Peter, St. James, King Saul, King David, and the prophet Jonah.
recognized that baptism symbolizes death to the old way of life and rising to a new way of life. This new way of life includes holy choices to abandon the ...
Author: Brenda Salter McNeil
The racial divide is one of the most pervasive problems the church faces. Why won't this problem just go away? BECAUSE IT IS A SPIRITUAL BATTLE. The problem of racism must be solved through both internal change and community transformation. In this book the authors make the crucial connection between the role of healing prayer and spiritual warfare in bringing about justice. Each of us must be challenged to identify the power of evil in the world and to give up our idols for the sake of Christ. Are you ready to find out how soul change leads to social change?
neutralist”—the former approach qualifies for family membership by way of its “thin theory of the good,” the latter by way of its notion of liberalism as ...
Author: J. Budziszewski
Publisher: Open Road Media
The suicidal proclivity of our time, writes the acclaimed philosopher J. Budziszewski, is to deny the obvious. Our hearts are riddled with desires that oppose their deepest longings, because we demand to have happiness on terms that make happiness impossible. Why? And what can we do about it? Budziszewski addresses these vital questions in his brilliantly persuasive new book, The Line Through the Heart. The answers can be discovered in an exploration of natural law—a venture that, with Budziszewski as our expert guide, takes us through politics, religion, ethics, law, philosophy, and more. Natural law, the author states plainly but provocatively, is a fact about human beings; as surely as we have hands and feet, we have the foundational principles of good and evil woven into the fabric of our minds. From this elemental fact emerges a natural law theory that unfolds as part of a careful study of the human person. Thus, Budziszewski shows, natural law forms a common ground for humanity. But this common ground is slippery. While natural law is truly an observable part of human nature, human beings are hell-bent—quite literally—on ignoring it. The mere mention of the obligations imposed on man by his nature will send him into a rage. In this sense, The Line Through the Heart explores natural law as not simply a fact and a theory but also a sign of contradiction. While investigating the natural law and its implications, Budziszewski boldly confronts—and offers a newly integrated view of—a wide range of contemporary issues, including abortion, evolution, euthanasia, capital punishment, the courts, and the ersatz state religion being built in the name of religious toleration. Written in Budziszewski’s usual crystalline style, The Line Through the Heart makes clear that natural law is a matter of concern not merely to scholars; it touches how each of us lives, and how all of us live together. His profoundly important examination of this subject helps us make sense of why habits that run against our nature have become second nature, and why our world seems to be going mad.
"There must be no touches, no eyes, no beatings of the heart." "Can you stop the beating of the heart? The adoring of the eyes? Can any one?" "Yes.
Author: John Luther Long
Publisher: Good Press
"The Way of the Gods" by John Luther Long. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
He is only Elinor's age—twenty-nine—but he may as well be twice that, the way he behaves. It has nothing to do with being a lawyer, either.
Author: Cecilia Gray
Publisher: Cecilia Gray
For Miriam Dashwood, the scariest thing about Halloween is trying to keep her event-planning business afloat after her parents abscond with her clients' money. Now she has to throw a costume party for strait-laced Brandon Firestone without spending a dime. When the lead singer of indie-rock sensation Willow Bee offers to perform for free, she figures the sexy, exciting rocker could be the answer to all her problems. But Brandon has his own ideas. * * * Meet the Small Town Janes...six amazing women ready to follow their dreams and fall in love. Each seasonal novella is a modern retelling of a beloved Jane Austen novel. Book 1: All I Want For Christmas (Emma—Christmas) Book 2: The Promise of Spring (Northanger Abbey—Easter) Book 3: The Heart of Autumn (Sense and Sensibility—Halloween) Book 4: I Got That Summer Feeling (Mansfield Park—Summer) Book 5: Beneath A Harvest Moon (Persuasion—Thanksgiving) Book 6: Be Mine, Valentine (Pride and Prejudice—Valentine's Day) Can't get enough of Jane Austen retellings? The Jane Austen Academy series are modern retellings of Jane Austen classics set at a beachside California boarding school, complete with a reader's discussion guide for your book club, student group, or Jane Austen fan club. Book 1: Fall For You (Lizzie—Pride and Prejudice) Book 2: So Into You (Ellie—Sense and Sensibility) Book 3: When I'm With You (Kat—Northanger Abbey) Book 4: Suddenly You (Fanny—Mansfield Park) Book 5: Only With You (Emma—Emma) Book 6: Always You (Anne—Persuasion) * * * PRAISE FOR SMALL TOWN JANE Swoon-worthy! —Angela, Goodreads Very romantic and sweet. —Maria, Goodreads * * * ABOUT THE AUTHOR Cecilia Gray writes stories about first love, second chances, and forever friendships. If you enjoy inconsistent updates, unpredictable sneak peeks and the occasional giveaway, please consider subscribing to her newsletter.