Follow the fascinating journey of a group of ordinary people who have been regressed though a past life and into the life between lives. And discover amazing insights that answer a host of universal questions of spiritual, historical and philosophical importance.
The Bhagavad Gita is a unique literary creation but deciphering its meaning and philosophy is not easy or simple. This careful study of the Bhagavad Gita approaches the ancient text with a modern mind and offers a unifying structure which is of a universal relevance. Combining the philosophical-theoretical with the ethical-practical, Ithamar Theodor locates his study within comparative theology and identifies the various layers of meaning. The full text of the Bhagavad Gita is presented in new translation, divided into sections, and accompanied by in-depth commentary. This book makes the Bhagavad Gita accessible to a wide variety of readers, helping to make sense of this great spiritual classic which is one of the most important texts of religious Hinduism.
Providing evidence to the validity of past lives, this self-help guide delves deeply into past life regression and offers a thorough understanding of each step of the process. Through detailed transcripts of actual sessions, ordinary people speak candidly about their experiences with this form of self-discovery. Confirming that she has gone through the same journey to healing, Lorraine Flaherty incorporates stories of her own past lives to illustrate the ways these insights can aid in clearing away mental clutter, help to form better decisions, cause one to become more empowered, and put one's life on the right path. With a compelling and down-to-earth approach, this remarkable discussion illustrates the ways that any reader—from the idly curious to the serious spiritual seeker—can develop a greater understanding of who they are, where they come from, and where they are going.
This warm anecdotal guide gives legends and traditions of both the popular sites of Rome as well as little-known places of historical significance. Written by an internationally known expert and veteran of fifty visits to the Eternal City. Color illustrations, photos and maps are included.
Release on 2015-11-11 | by Jimmy D. Davis, BS, MEd, ThD
Author: Jimmy D. Davis, BS, MEd, ThD
Pubpsher: WestBow Press
When was the last time you stopped to consider the fact that you are going to die—or thought about what might take place after your death? When you stop to consider these critical issues in your life, you must set your mind to discovering the absolute truth. In Exploring Eternal Principles, author Jimmy Davis helps us understand that denying these principles—denying the truth—will not change the fact that, regardless of what you believe now, nothing changes the absolute truth. It remains the truth no matter what anyone says or does to the contrary. God Almighty has established some very profound and sacred principles for life—a set of fundamental rules and laws that have an eternal impact on your life, whether you believe them or not. Sadly enough, the real truth of God has been distorted and perverted in our world today. Perhaps you believe the world and its lies; the time has come for each of us to learn and understand the real truth and what it means. Now you are able to explore the Eternal Principles and discover for yourself what you must do to follow them with absolute faith and understanding.
This compelling and contemporary book takes the reader on a fascinating journey into the realms that await us after physical death, a place those who have glimpsed it call our true home. Author Robert J. Grant delves into the questions that everyone asks about souls, death, heaven, and hell. This is a hopeful and inspiring look at the dimensions of life beyond the illusion of death and a celebration of the eternal nature of the human soul.
This is a daily inspirational study book, based on a pattern to read your Bible through in one year. Rev. Rodney Whittle, along with his congregation, used this plan for many years to read their Bible through; it was such a blessing to him personally. He decided to follow that same format, as he wrote this book. There are two passages to read a day, a morning Old Testament passage and an evening New Testament passage. He would take an inspirational thought he received from that passage and write a study. As he wrote the monthly booklets, he didn't necessarily do them in sequential order and he only lacked eight days of his last month (January), before he passed away. His wife, Grace, worked and completed the eight days that remained, with other materials he had written in times past. Rodney E. Whittle was born in Cereal, Alberta, Canada, on October 29, 1928, and died on September 8, 2007. At his home, two missionaries from the Canadian Sunday School Mission arrived on bicycles to do missionary work. Through the ministry of these men, Rodney was wonderfully converted and called to preach the gospel. He spent the years 1944-1950 at Prairie Bible Institute, where the missionary boys were attending. He met his wife, Grace at Prairie and they married on August 28, 1950 and celebrated 57 happy years together. He had four daughters, ten grandchildren, and six great grandchildren at the time of his passing. He pastored and helped many churches; Houston Texas, Dallas Texas, St. Louis Missouri, Minneapolis Minnesota, Nassau Bahamas, and Kingston Jamaica. He was pastoring in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, at the time of his death.