Shapeshifters are people with animal medicine, people who can connect with and use their animal powers. Those with access to this magical power can shift mentally, astrally, or even physically into their power animal or totem. Rosalyn Greene's ability to shift, both mentally and astrally, combined with her extensive study of the secret shapeshifting folklore, has resulted in this fascinating examination of all aspects and forms of shifting.
In The Magic of Shapeshifting, Rosalyn Greene guides us through the levels of reality that lie outside our physical world and into the infinite universe that exists both within and beyond the limited boundaries of our senses. We read about opening to our inner animal self normally dwelling within the subconscious and letting it pervade more of our conscious waking mind. Detailed explanations and exercises teach shifters about their animal side, the animal spirit guide, and how we can become shifters. She shows us how to distinguish powerful visions, anxiety attacks, and imagination from real shifting, as well as how to recognize the warning signs of an imminent shift. Since there can be dangers and risks on both the mundane and psychic levels when we pursue the path of a shifter, many of the potential dangers associated with specific practices are carefully outlined.
Shapeshifting links us with both the fundamental power of animals and with the higher self, our true being, the soul. We learn to release self-limiting ideas of our true nature and expand into a clear, conscious connection with the divine, eternal soul, whose reality is beyond whatever mind (or even body) we happen to possess at the moment.
Shapeshifting is a spiritual journey, a very tough one, but very rewarding. It has a purpose and reality far beyond simply using shifter abilities for earthly benefits. It can lead us through the unseen veil that seems to separate us from our Selves.
MAGIC STORY Updated and Revised Frederic Van Rensselaer Dey
THE MAGIC STORY has been reprinted countless times since its original release in 1900 but never has it been updated until now. The motivational story of a luckless artist whose life was changed overnight because of a simple story he found by chance has now been a perennial favorite for ages. Now the classic tale of perseverance and prosperity is ready for new a new generation of readers who can benefit from its timeless wisdom.
MAGICAL BRAIN: DOORWAY TO A MASTERS REALITY V1.12 PAL £26.99 inc VAT J Z Knight
A small and select group of scholars and religious leaders met on 8 & 9 February 1997 to participate in a conference on contemporary spirituality and modern science in Yelm, Washington, entitled In Search of The Self: The Role of Consciousness In the Construction of Reality. In the first portion of this video, JZ Knight explains her reactions to the conference, and its relevance to Ramtha's School of Enlightenment and its 3000 students. In the first video since 1986, Ramtha shares his insights of the brain and how to harness its enormous power for manifestation. You will see how Ramtha teaches and engages the students with his unique teaching method. Ramtha explains how a master thinks and describes the portion of the brain responsible for creating that unique reality. Running time approx 106 minutes.
MAKE UP YOUR MIND TO BE HAPPY 103 Simple Tips Josie Varga
MAKE UP YOUR MIND TO BE HAPPY is the perfect remedy to these tough economic times with 103 tips to turning our thoughts toward social responsibility, helping one another, and the importance of the little things in life at a time when most everyone is facing financial and daily living challenges.
Varga, a journalist and motivational speaker, has found the secret to staying positive and happy. In her latest title, you'll learn:
· What you need to do to be happy right NOW
· How to be optimistic about the future
· The importance of humour
· How to focus on your positive traits
· And take a happiness test and see where you score
With 103 tips in total - along with philosophy from some of the greatest thinkers of all time - Varga's advice will leave you with a smile on your face.
MAKE YOUR WALLS TUMBLE HOW TO CHANGE YOUR IMPOSSIBLE TO MERELY DIFFICULT THEN ACHIEVE SUCCESS Reverend Dr John Clements
Very many people - including some of the world's most successful life-coaches and writers - are now describing the Rev. Dr. John Clements as 'England's answer to the late Rev. Dr. Norman Peale' (the inventor of the concept of positive thinking). Rev. Clements has been a success coach and mentor for 'more years than I care to remember' and in MAKE YOUR WALLS TUMBLE he presents the reader with a whole universe of new possibilities for relationships careers and matters of the spirit - all underpinned by his own experience. Fulfillment says the Doctor does not derive from manipulating but from empowering success is not defined by getting on but by getting honest contentment will be achieved not by a human doing but by a human being. The wellspring of inspiration for this book was the Reverend's home city of Norwich - a place with a history stretching back well before the Roman invasion of Britain. Many famous people have lived and left their mark around and within its famous walls Horatio Nelson victor of Trafalgar Nurse Edith Cavell heroine of World War I Elizabeth Fry prison reformer and Lord Earpingham the military leader who fired the first arrow at the Battle of Agincourt and subsequently gave his name to one of Norwich Cathedral's ancient gates. Naturally the Reverend Doctor gets inspired to pen new reminiscences stories anecdotes and allegories every single time he walks through the historic streets of Norwich. The book's structure reflects this as each chapter is prefaced by a one-page introduction inspired by an inhabitant or feature of the city past or present.
MAKING ART A PRACTICE 30 Ways to Paint a Pipe (....And Be the Artist You Are) Cat Bennett
MAKING ART A PRACTICE demonstrates how to create an art practice that catapults the artist at any level into self-awareness, artistic clarity and action. When we see art as a practice, we let can let go of limiting concerns regarding skill, recognition or money and allow our unique creativity to emerge and shine in ways that are vital to our lives. MAKING ART PRACTICE walks us through exercises designed to develop the personal qualities necessary to create authentic art and to live as artists in the world.
Most books on art practice focus on art techniques that build skills or overcome creative blocks through playful exercises or writing. MAKING ART A PRACTICE offers exercises that build the personal qualities critical to being an artist in the world - such as courage, the ability to look and see and connection to the true creative self. Growing these qualities and insights offers a slower but surer way of overcoming self-limiting beliefs and connecting with our true creative selves where creative energy flows and we do work that feels vital. This is a hands-on, experiential, action book designed to get the reader working on art-making and exploring possibilities for being an artist. MAKING ART A PRACTICE sees engagement with art as being less about end results or product and more about the self-awareness and competence that frees the artist to explore and create work that matters. The book provides techniques with which to grow and develop creative connection so that artists can create a vital, engaged creative life.
MAKING ART A PRACTICE is more rigorous than some recent popular books on getting started with art such as Keri Smith's 'Wreck This Journal' and Austin Kleon's 'Steal Like An Artist.' But it has some of the same sense of fun and not taking ourselves too seriously.
MAKING DIVORCE WORK 8 Essential Keys to Resolving Conflict and Rebuilding Your Life Diana Mercer and Katie Jane Wennechuk
This unique and empowering guide gives divorcing couples the skills to coordinate their divorce successfully, handle the legal and emotional issues harmoniously and redefine and preserve the positive elements of their relationship. Informed by eight mediation concepts developed and used by the authors in their practice, the process outlined in this book will allow divorcing couples to deal rationally with the process rather than allowing fear, anger and grief to dictate their actions.
MAKING DIVORCE WORK leads couples to experience divorce as a celebration of the end of a relationship that served them well and provides the tools to deal with virtually every aspect of divorce - from money and custody to grieving and pain - to be proud of the way they handled their divorce and to start their new lives from a better place.
The sexual revolution of the late 20th century did not produce more love. Barry Long explains why and shows us how to restore the missing link - the quality of love that all women long for and most men ignore. He overturns the idol of sex and introduces a way of lovemaking that allows the finer energies of passion to arise. He explains where men go wrong and why sexual problems occur. He identifies the errors women sometimes make and encourages both partners to rediscover the lost romance of love.
Barry Long is not concerned with sexual techniques or controlling the orgasm - in contrast to other contemporary tantric teachings. His purpose is to awaken a profound awareness of the mystery of love and produce a genuinely divine union. This is not done with quick-fix tips or sexual gymnastics. For the man and woman to be truly united a couple must bringing honesty and truth into their whole life and partnership.
The appetite for sex is too strong. Somewhere in the sex the love gets lost. Everything is done to cover up the loss and provide substitutes for the love. But Barry Long's teaching is changing all that in the lives of significant numbers of people. They are turning back time to rediscover the secret of making love as if there's no tomorrow and no yesterday. And when the woman knows she is truly loved by the man they are both fulfilled.
For many thousands of people the Making Love tapes and the book of the same name have been life-changing. They have rescued relationships, and broken them. They have caused both outrage and uncontained enthusiasm. They have drawn people across continents and oceans to hear Barry Long speak at seminars. As a consequence, he is better known for this aspect of his work than any other. But this is not surprising. The yearning to love and be loved is so often frustrated and so much unhappiness flows from sexual hurts and disappointments. What Barry Long has done is contribute to the rescue of love from the greed and selfishness that has buried it.
From the Author of How to Make Love All Night, this book is for loving couples looking for sexual adventure within their monogamous relationship. In it author Dr. Barbara Keesling offers practical knowledge and rare insight about lovemaking. Drawing from years of professional experience, Keesling explains that sexual exchange between loving partners provides all the elements for a happy, healthy life: touch, intimacy, communication, physical activity, and playfulness. With the goal of improving and deepening the bond between lovers, Keesling provides a series of relaxation, body-image, and touch exercises that progress from simple to advanced. Some are designed to be done with a partner, some by oneself. Separate chapters discuss: how to have fun during sex, how sex can boost the immune system, and how to improve the physical toning necessary for a good sex life. Keesling's approach is backed by anecdotes of real people's experiences. Includes artistic photographs throughout.
MAKING LOVE CD Sexual Love the Divine Way Barry Long
Contains the most profound insights on love and sexuality that you're ever likely to encounter.' New Age Guardian 'The greatest tragedy on earth is that man and woman have forgotten how to make love.' Barry Long Few teachings offer the possibility of such a sublime transformation: sex made conscious as divine love. Herein is the key to the mystical union of man and woman. Barry Long's practical and down-to-earth work takes you unfalteringly beyond the Pandora's box of sex to the hidden pearl within. This work reveals the teaching that has transformed the love-lives of thousands around the world.
MAKING THE PEACE A 15-Session Violence Prevention Curriculum for Young People Paul Kivel and Allan Creighton Mens Project Oaklands
This comprehensive teaching handbook provides teachers youth workers and adults with all the information needed to implement a 15-session core curriculum. It offers step-by-step instructions for the sessions anticipates difficult issues that may arise and suggests ideas for follow-up both within the classroom and with the school or youth programme. The goal of the curriculum is to help young people understand and heal from violence and come together as a community to make the peace. The guide's exercises role-plays in-class handouts On Your Own homework sheets posters and discussion guidelines - all ready-to-use and designed for easy reproduction has been developed to show students how to: ¨ Explore the social and economic roots of violence in the community and there own lives. ¨ Deal with dating violence male fights male-female fights suicide guns and sexual harassment. ¨ Develop practical techniques for stopping violence both before and when it happens.
MANIFESTATION WHEEL A Practical Process for Creating Miracles Alan Seale
Drawing on his deep and profound knowledge of metaphysical laws including the Law of Attraction and the Law of Gestation, quantum physics, and our increasing understanding of energy fields, not to mention his work with thousands of people who want to bring change into their lives and the world, Alan Seale has written a book that can change the world.
From the book: The Manifestation Wheel is a powerful system that can be used by individuals or organizations for turning ideas into results, dreams into reality. It is a practical, step-by-step model for shifting global consciousness one person and one organization at a time.
There are eight houses on the Manifestation Wheel: intention, peace, energy, guidance, empowerment, action, surrender, legacy. Seale teaches a process that allows readers to tap into their own intuition and the collective consciousness. For example, intention - where we start - takes us beyond "I want" to "what wants to happen." When those two are in alignment amazing things can happen. The more our thoughts, beliefs, decisions and actions are in alignment the clearer our physical manifestation will be.
We can use the process to find a new job or a new love. As we surrender to the process and manifest our legacy - even in those very personal projects - we are becoming more conscious of and contributing to the positive evolution of mass consciousness.
MANIFESTING CHANGE It Couldn't Be Easier Mike Dooley
Author and speaker, Mike Dooley, A prominent teacher from the wildly successful book and DVD, The Secret, illuminates exactly how to take the law of attraction to the next level. In his most powerful and comprehensive work to date Mike reveals his best material, which he uses as the basis for his world speaking tour and has shared with over ten thousand people on six continents. It is the complete master's guide for following your heart and taking action on your dreams. Manifesting Change explains the actual mechanics behind every manifestation and how you fit into the equation of reality creation, it tells you how to take action on your dreams without 'messing with the cursed hows' and how to choose your end results without attaching to the details. It explains why you are "here," who you really are, and all that you deserve. It includes exercises, stories, and analogies making it easy to understand and apply, and it reveals the extraordinarily unique and wildly received 'Matrix', which clearly shows the flow of events that will, or will not, automatically trigger changes in your life based upon your thoughts, words, and actions.
MAN'S WAY THROUGH RELATIONSHIPS Learning to Love and Be Loved Dan Griffin
The first trauma-informed book focused solely on helping men in addiction recovery create and sustain healthy relationships. The author previous book, A Man's Way through the Twelve Steps, was published by Hazelden in 2009. A gender-responsive, trauma-informed guide to help men create and maintain healthy relationships with their spouse/primary partner, friends, children, and parents, in the face of shifting expectations in male roles. Provides practical advice and inspiration for men to define their own sense of masculinity and thus heighten their potential for a lifetime of recovery-oriented relationships. Offers specific tools for men to address those key areas in which they commonly struggle in their relationships. The author has worked in the mental health and addiction field for two decades and is recognized as a leading expert on gender-responsive treatment services for men. He is in long-term recovery.
MANY MANSIONS Part II Healing the Karma Within You Gina Cerminara
Taking up where Many Mansions left off the book pursues the philosophical aspects of reincarnation evidenced in the life readings of world-renowned psychic Edgar Cayce as well as from data derived from experiments to determine whether human memory can be taken back to a period before birth. She touches on some of the people who believed in reincarnation - among them Plato Virgil Emerson Whitman and Edison. The implications of reincarnation for art psychology and religion are considered. She notes in conclusion the hope and promise that reincarnation holds for our troubled world. This is an important heartening book as interesting and credible as it is inspiring. Lucid concrete consistent it will help individuals understand themselves and their destiny. To sceptics or believers it offers a brave fresh concept of the meaning of life. Gina Cerminara died in 1984 but not before she had studied the files of Edgar Cayce and wrote Many Mansions which now has over 1 million copies in print.
MARIJUANA MEDICINE A World Tour of the Healing and Visionary Powers of Cannabis Christian Ratsch
MARIJUANA MEDICINE explores the role of hemp in medicinal systems spanning the globe. Cannabis has accompanied the development of human culture from its very beginnings and can be found in the healing traditions of cultures throughout Africa Asia Europe and the Americas. Even today it is an important part of many Asian healing traditions: in Ayurveda cannabis is praised for its tonic and aphrodisiac qualities and in traditional Chinese medicine it is cited as a superb antidepressant. It also remains a significant part of the healing and visionary traditions of Latin American curanderos and Brazilian Nepalese and Indian folk medicine. Modern research has confirmed the effectiveness of marijuana's application in treating such diseases as asthma and glaucoma. Christian Ratsch profiles the medicinal historical and cultural uses of cannabis in each of these societies and medical systems providing remedies and recipes for those interested in how cannabis can be used to treat specific conditions.
MARIJUANA: MEDICAL PAPERS 1839 - 1972 Cannabis: Collected Clinical Papers Volume One Tod H. Mikuriya
As a full-time research consultant at the N.I.M.H. Center of Narcotics and Drug Abuse Studies, Dr. Tod Mikuriya discovered just how much the English and American medical profession has known about cannabis for the past 130 years. Having access to priceless original documents, he has compiled this authoritative and fascinating collection of medical papers on marijuana.
From 1839, when the herb was first introduced into the Western pharmacopoeia, to present research with THC, the anthology offers rich insights into the whole social history of medicine. The studies published herein convey a wide variety of critical information, ranging from laboratory tests performed on animals and human subjects, to anthropological descriptions of marijuana use by African women during labour. A number of unusual and seldom-seen illustrations - from pharmaceutical catalogues in the days when Parke Davis and others marketed legal marijuana as a cure for coughs and corns - are both instructive and entertaining. In the section of clinical and pharmacological studies, a deep look is taken at the range of therapeutic effects attributed to a plant which has had prescribed medical uses for more than 2700 years, and is currently used by an estimated 250 million people.
If not always conclusive, these studies nonetheless dramatically show that marijuana has potentially great medical value. The impressive accumulation of information regarding it has been unfortunately relegated to the dustbin for decades by puritanical legislators and medical practitioners ignorant or unheeding of existing scholarship in the field.