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By Way Of The Heart by Wilkie Au
'By Way of the Heart comes from the pen of an experienced master. Anyone who reads it will find a sure guide along a path that leads to wholeness, enlightenment and to God.' - William Johnston, S.J.
The Way Of The Heart by Henri J. M. Nouwen
A gift-sized edition of the best-selling inspirational guide outlines a spiritual path that considers the virtues of solitude, silence, and prayer, sharing the author's reflections on how to reconnect with the things that really matter in a life. Reprint.
The Way Of The Heart by Jayem
'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. Read the first chapter in the book preview and experience the energy of these exquisite teachings for yourself!
The Way Of The Heart by Judith Thompson
The Way Of The Heart by Henri J. M. Nouwen
The modern classic that interweaves the solitude, silence, and prayer of the fourth- and fifth-century Egyptian Desert Fathers and Mothers with our contemporary search for an authentic spirituality
Reiki Way Of The Heart by Walter Lübeck
Reiki is among the most popular esoteric paths of perception today. This book is for everyone who would like to become informed about the possibilities offered by Reiki on the basis of exercises that are easy to learn.
The Way Of The Heart by Catherine Wood
Minding The Heart by Saucy, Robert
The heart is the most important biblical term for the person's nature and actions. Indeed, the heart is the control center of life. It is the very place where God works to change us. But how does this growth take place? How are Christians to discover the steadfast spirit of David's psalm? In Minding the Heart, Robert L. Saucy offers insightful instruction on what spiritual transformation is and how to achieve it. He shows how renewing one's mind through meditation, action, and community can begin the process of change, but ultimately the final change—the change that brings abundant life—can only come through a vital relationship with God. "The renewing of the heart is an inescapable human need," writes Saucy, "but the solution lies only within the realm of the divine." Drawing from inspiring Bible passages as well as selected scientific studies, Saucy demonstrates how to make lasting change so Christians can finally achieve the joys of becoming more like Christ.
The Way Of The Wild Heart by John Eldredge
Encourages men to allow God to help them complete their spiritual growth through the six stages of manhood, which will better equip them as fathers to initiate their sons into manhood.
The Way Of The Physician by Jacob Needleman
In a time when the greatest controversy of medical care seems to be about how best to pay for it, The Way of the Physician brings back fundamental questions of what makes a true healer, what's involved in the uniquely intimate relationship of doctor and patient, and how we all face the inevitable challenges of maintaining health, dealing with illness, and dying. "A good doctor is a good person." But for several decades, philosopher Jacob Needleman argues, the physician has been the dispirited pawn of a "medical arms race" in which financial considerations are taking precedence over the welfare of patients. Cut off from great ideas and awakening experiences, doctors are either complacent or riddled with tension. Addressing them directly, the author mourns: "You are dying in your tracks, and you know it." Medicine for the practitioner and the patient alike, this book says that we need to train doctors to be wise healers working on the heart, not mechanics who fix bodies. Carrying resonances of Robert M. Persig's classic standard Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, it points to the physician's quest, now, as our own: to rediscover the moral wonder that will enable us "to do the right thing and do it well." NEW IN THIS EDITION: An Appendix of "Healing Questions" for medical professionals and health care consumers, designed to engender thoughtful discussions on the true "way of the physician." These questions will also appear on the title's Facebook page.