A devotion patterned on the ancient Stations of the Cross but from a reformed protestant perspective. Fourteeen devotions based on scenes in the last 18 hours of Christ's life from the Garden of Gethsemane to the entombment of He who would rise on the third day.
The book you hold holds power. It is a potent story of a woman's healing journey. It is a roadmap for healers in training. It is a guiding, loving light for those lost and solid grounding for those found. I speak from my own whole person experience reading this book, having walked with the author, guided to explore, heal, and thus awaken my past and present mind, body, and soul. This book is a process which serves to dissolve barriers, support integration, enhance awareness of personal purpose, and inspire aligned action.
These statements exalt, and ground a power inherent in our words - our natural ability to heal self and other, within and without, through faithful proclamation of our intention. The package, form, or wrapped blessing carrying the intention is simply stylistic choice of delivery. Some speak, many lay hands, and others silently sing a subtle, yet universally powerful intention. Each is a gift equally qualified and definitely potent. In these pages you will be encouraged to expand your relationship with the healing power of your intention. This gift is yours to learn, master, and share.
"Mahavatar" means "great avatar," which is another word for Master, Great Teacher, or Enlightened One. "Babaji" me
About the Author
Anya grew up in the Midwest in a country home her great grandfather built. She had 20 acres on which to roam, dream and play and a river to paddle upon. In her formative years, she attended a one room schoolhouse and played on an inter-school softball team. Her playmates were spread around the county; their playground the woods, creeks and always the river. This wondrous freedom became the template of everything that followed; the ability to see with a fresh eye; the propensity to look behind and beneath and above; all the intuitive tools of a would-be healer, a trade that would one day become her own.
Midlife was spent in wifing and mothering. But the call to explore was ever present. Once single she began to move west and exploring territories consumed her, the hunger for place ever present. Each destination filled her with its requisite energy and then another would call. Then came the call to stretch and grow at a four year training program in the art and science of healing Everything after that was filtered through the lens of multidimensionality; the keen knowing that comes from direct Guidance that became her stock and trade.
Now older and more settled, the twenty plus years of healing provide the journeys that fascinate; each client offering a new territory to be explored, a learning to be grasped; an unveiling to amaze. Even now the journeys continue.
Currently, Anya has found her place of rest in the mountains of Eastern Washington where she lives with her partner, Norman, her standard poodle, Jasper, and her Siamese kitty, Bently.
keywords: Healing, Inquiry, Chakras, Spiritual, Energy, Guidance, Avatar, Growth, Meditation, Breath
Death is a destination of finality. We are all headed towards this destination, which, depending on beliefs, leads us to an afterlife, or to a never-ending sleep. Throughout the pages in the book, I will explore questions that we all have regarding the processes of death and beliefs of an afterlife. The stories shrouded in the mystery of death will hold a true testament to the beliefs of groups throughout history and today.
"This book tells the life story of a butterfly, using simple, concise text and stunning photographs. Read it to discover the unique life cycle and metamorphosis undergone by this fascinating insect as it changes from an egg to a caterpillar to a beautiful butterfly"--
Things were looking up for Graham Peterson in both his career and his love life at the end of the last book, 'The Diary Of A Hapless Father: months 0-3', but things were never going to stay sweet in Graham's garden for long. Having had his proposal to Alison refused and at risk of losing his new job before he even starts, 2013 isn't off to a good start at all. One of the only things keeping poor old Graham going is knowing that the first three terrifying months of his son Charlie's life are behind him. Over the course of six months, in 'The Diary Of An Inexperienced Father' Graham realises just how inexperienced he is not only at being a father, but also in his other relationships and outlook on life. The only question is, can Graham get his life on track before Charlie is old enough to form an opinion of his dad?
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