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Blest By The Dark Angel

Author: Ann Keiffer
Publisher: Educator's International Press
ISBN: 9780989380102
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What happens when depressions slams into you and your charmed life like a death-star meteor, blasting a smoking hole in the earth beneath your feet, dropping you into darkness and isolation, covering you over? How is it possible that this, the worst thing that ever happened to you becomes the very thing that saves you. What is spiritual healing? In Blest By the Dark Angel Ann Keiffer writes powerfully about what it is like to live through a clinical depression. The author was enjoying a successful career and adoring family, when she found herself in an abyss of melancholy. She turns her depression inside out, so we can see how it was made. But Ann's most extraordinary gift is her ability to integrate her experience and write of it so evocatively that her insights breakthroughs and transformative healing are accessible to her readers, too. Keiffer captures the mood and climate not only of her depression, but also of her healing process in this spirit-filled, tough, gripping, inspiring, beautiful, altogether loving memoir.

An Angel Healed Me

Author: Theresa Cheung
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1849830207
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Theresa Cheung in an expert in the field of angels and divine healing. This, her latest collection of amazing true stories, focuses on the physical and emotional help people have experienced from unexplained or ethereal sources at times when they have been at their most vulnerable. With chapters such as 'Manifest a Miracle' and 'An Angel at My Bedside', the book tells of remarkable incidents where angels have appeared in hospital wards, at difficult births, during near-death experiences, and when someone actually dies, easing their journey from the corporeal to the spirit world. The common thread running through all these miraculous stories of healing from the inside out is that every angelic encounter provided the recipient with a strength, courage and a power they never knew they had.

How To See Your Angels

Author: Theresa Cheung
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0857200216
Size: 41.76 MB
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The lives of an increasing number of people are being touched by angels and/or belief in angels, but what exactly are angels, these 'beings of light' that are comforting, healing and inspiring people all over the world? Why are they making themselves known now as never before? How exactly are they revealing themselves? How do you see or hear your angel or even know which angel to call on? In short, how can you recognise the presence of angels in your life, today? In this ultimate guide, angel expert Theresa Cheung provides answers to all these questions and more. Along with a collection of hundreds of specific angels from traditions and belief systems all over the world, the book brings everything bang up to date with advice on how to recognise the presence of angels in everyday life and how to understand angelic messages to guide your life choices. Alongside information on guardian angels, archangels, spirits and departed loved ones, readers will also learn about the nature and purpose of angels, what they can and can't do and how to call upon them in times of need. From those new to the angel phenomenon to those with a sound belief in and experience of angels, anyone seeking spiritual nourishment will treasure this one-stop reference guide to invoking the power, wonder and magic of angels into their life, today and everyday.

Fallen Angel Rising

Author: Bridgette C. Kent
Publisher: BalboaPress
ISBN: 1452577358
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This book was written to inspire hope and to begin healing for those experiencing adversity or who have wounds to heal. I hope that my words help you gain perspective on the past and avoid the mistakes I’ve made as you go forward on your journey. I now view every single experience as positive because adversity brought me here—to this place where I can help you heal your life. This book is dedicated to: • Rape victims—When they tell you it wasn’t your fault, it is true! No matter what choices you made, the instant the word “no” crossed your lips, all should have stopped. Whatever happened after that was not your fault. • Those suffering from depression and/or PTSD—As a society, we need to do more to remove the stigma of psychological illness so that more people will seek the help they need, before the situation becomes desperate. • All fibromyalgia patients—We must continue to advocate for a cure and not settle for lifelong symptom management. When we put our voices together, there is nothing we cannot accomplish. • Those who want a change in their life—Whether it’s a divorce, an illness, or any other issue that has you feeling “less than,” you can change your circumstances. • Anyone who has had, or is having, thoughts of suicide—Know that suicide not the answer. I am an example of that. If I’d not seen that “dark place” and lived to talk about it, I wouldn’t be writing this for you today. I would never have known life could be this incredible.

If Only We Could See

Author: Gary Commins
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498279813
Size: 55.14 MB
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This analytical, polemical, and personal book creates a lively interaction between mysticism and activism. Looking beyond superficial links between spirituality and justice, it creates an in-depth engagement of mysticism as an inner revolution and activism as a mirroring socioeconomic transfiguration. Based on the twin premises of the mystical tradition and Social Gospel-liberation theology that those who experience God in prayer or engage in social action ought to be our primary theologians, it examines what these two traditions say about theology, to each other, and to us. The broad synthesis that results from this fascinating dialogue brings new insights into mysticism, activism, theology, and ethics, and casts a unique light on how we pray and live. If Only We Could See brings together a wealth of spiritual material from the early Desert, medieval mystics, and modern spiritual writers alongside an equally rich resource of abolitionists, anti-apartheid activists, civil rights leaders, nonviolent change agents, and peacemakers. The results yield valuable insights for a theology that challenges every personal and political status quo.

Sowing Dreams

Author: Maricela R. Loaeza
Publisher: Abbott Press
ISBN: 1458208990
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Self-taught poet Maricela Loaeza has experienced the many facets of love and already knows through her own experiences that love has the ability to transform daily life into a paradise. In Sowing Dreams, Loaeza reveals her soul through lyrical verse, sharing the joys and heartache instigated by the most powerful emotion in the universe. Loaeza relies on an abundance of divine inspiration and discoveries from her own senses as she traces a poetic path through lifes most cherished moments. From the mother who yearns for the son she lost to destiny thirty years ago to the love she feels for the man who fulfills her in every way to the love from a God who forgives her imperfections, Loaezas verses inspire us to turn inward and love ourselves as much as we love those around us. Sowing Dreams shares a glimpse into one womans heart as her pain, dreams, and love unite to renew her spirit and ignite hope for her future.