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New Age & Spiritual

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I opened this latest compilation of stories from Justin St Vincent in the middle of the book, simply because I could. The words that came immediately to view are from  the Artistic Director of the Washington Master Chorale, Thomas Colohan, ‘ When I stand in front of my chorus and…
When you are having one of those days, or weeks, or months life has an habit of presenting you with from time to time, Sa Silvano has the answer, or if not the answer, along with some guidance to help you through the tough stuff.
What Happens when we die is the million dollar question we all would like the answer too, if at all possible. After all it is a given that sooner or later we will find out, via a firsthand experience. But in today’s world, where there has to be an answer…
There are 52 meditations in this book: there are 52 beautiful stories in this book; there are 52 ways of reaching out and learning to relax in this book designed for children but as you read through the meditations, or if you prefer the relaxation techniques, you begin to realise…
Everyone at some time or other has to take stock of their pathway through life: where they have been, where they are heading and lessons learned along the ways. Enjoyable, inspiring and fulfilling this is an story of faith, hope, trust and understanding that life is a journey and should…
When Barry Eaton writes it is very definitely worth the read and in No Goodbyes he elaborates further on the information he shared in his first book ’Afterlife’. He has divided this book up into specific areas that relate directly to what comes next and what does happen once you…
This is a book in three parts and before you judge the content be very sure to read the entire book as parts of the topic tend to be controversial, challenging and reflective. A comfortable read, maybe, and enlightening read, most definitely.  The first two sections are about The Miracles…
When Margie Kugler was diagnosed with an illness that was largely undiscovered, she had absolutely no idea of the journey she was about to undertake; how her life and the life of those about her was also going to change, as she and her family struggled to cope with the…
Guinea pigs are the cutest of little creatures; all soft fur, little cheeping sounds and always good for a quick cuddle. They tend to be tolerant and kids love them, so do big grown-up kids. Cast as characters to portray one of Christmases traditional stories, that of the birth of…
Beautifully written in a relaxed and enjoyable style Samantha Richards shares her story of growth. She talks freely and confidently about a gift given to her virtually from birth, that of knowing things other people did not. She shares her journey,  with the joy of understanding that we are all…
Every vignette which makes up the collection called Heartskin Stories is unique. It is unique in this instance because not only is it the story of a person met and spoken with, it is also the inner story, the real story or the other side of the story being told.…
Meditation in the Wild is complex, contemplative and once commenced very difficult to put down. It is a documentation of an ideal, coupled with years of learning and practice in the discipline of Meditation. It makes you think, wonder and reflect which to my way of looking is what the…
When Alice Grist, author and publisher, fell pregnant she decided to keep a diary for her unborn child, and then was brave enough to allow it to be shared as a book. Thank you for sharing your deeply personal journey into motherhood. You have shared with us all the trials…
If you have ever wondered, really wondered about witches, and I don’t mean the kind that fly about on broomsticks, I mean the real ones that live and work in your community, this essential guide will answer all your questions. Rachael Patterson has started at the beginning with a very…
Death is something that comes to all of us during the course of a lifetime and eventually to ones self as that is the natural order of things. This wonderfully gentle look at death in all its many forms, from the  unexpected to the expected, the death of a child…
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