Release on 2013-07-03 | by Alice Burmeister,Tom Monte
Energizing the Body, Mind, and Spirit With Jin Shin Jyutsu
Author: Alice Burmeister,Tom Monte
Category: Health & Fitness
The Touch of Healing offers readers the means to greater health, vitality, and self-understanding through the practice of an ancient oriental healing art and practical holistic philosophy called Jin Shin Jystsu. Gentle touching similar to acupressure is used to release tension that accumulates and is at the root of dysfunction, disease, and imbalance. The authors explain the natural life force that runs through the body and demonstrate with case studies, detailed analysis, and more than 30 illustrations, how to integrate this system into one's life. The key healing points and body flows, known as "Safety Energy Locks," are presented with step-by-step instructions on how to utilize them for healing and greater self-awareness. Many self-help practices are also offered that address a wide array of common ailments, including headaches, digestive disorders, fatigue, depression, and arthritis along with prescriptive exercises for relief of emotional ailments such as loss of confidence, anxiety, and depression.
The book is a compilation of poems written to help others deal with the hardships in life. The author has used her personal hardships and good times to help others through their hard times through personal rhymes. The author's faith in God is shown throughout the book as well as an appreciation for all of the beauty this world has to offer. This book also honors those in our military and the freedom that their sacrifices provide for us every day.
The Practice, Theology, and Tradition of Christian Worship
Author: F. Gerrit Immink
Pubpsher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
All over the world Christian communities meet on Sunday morning for worship. But what really happens during a worship service? How do worshipers participate in the service? What does it mean to sing, pray, and celebrate the Lord's Supper together? What do worshipers do when they listen to a sermon? In The Touch of the Sacred Gerrit Immink offers thoughtful theological reflection on the religious practice of worship services in the Protestant tradition. He develops a theology of worship with a clear focus on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ as he explores the meaning of worship, the mystery of Christ, the sacraments, prayer, and preaching. Ultimately, he says, something dynamic happens when a church congregation speaks and acts: it is touched by the sacred, by a very encounter with the living God.
Imagine if, through the practiced art of meditative touch, you discovered a molten stream of psychic energyjust below the surface of your hands. A mystical gateway to everyone around you, that revealed their deepest beliefs, their most intimate secrets. A window into the future that reduced all time to the eternal present moment. A source of immense power to healor to harm. Daniel Michaels develops mystical abilities that are somehow connected to his hands. Drawn into a world where terrorism and love become inextricably linked, he is periodically haunted by a recurring dream of imminent danger. Does it speak of the past, the future, or the frightening figments of a vivid imagination? In this riveting drama, author Costa John weaves the beauty of Africa, the tension of Middle East politics, the meaning of dreams, and the inspiring notion that a spiritual connection binds us all, into a romantic, political thriller that keeps readers guessing until the last page. What People Are Saying THE TOUCH OF A LIGHTER HAND Costa John 2005 Costa Johns intricately woven tale touches on the nuances of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at a deeply human level. So often these clashes are reduced to bloody television coverage and statistics. In this story, the lives and intense passions of the key characters are inextricably connected. Within the grey areas of right and wrong, the righteous and the rebellious, is a world that Costa John describes with acute sensitivity and insight. His style of writing creates well drawn, rounded characters. Women play a powerful role in his novel. Too often in the genre of thriller, their role is victima mounting series of dead and mutilated bodies. If not dead, they are deadly. Whether tough and career minded, or siren and seducer, Johns female characters are also strong, flawed, irrational, passionate, fierce and caring. His principal character, Daniel Michaels, is an extraordinary man. His hands are imbued with energy that he describes as strangely able to project and receive life. His mystical power is latent but heightened by his increasing mastery of Aikido and the philosophy behind this martial art. But it extends beyond physical energy. He has paranormal abilities. His recurring dream grows on the reader and tugs at the edge of the sub-conscious. With mounting unease, as we track the time frame of the book, it leads us inexorably to a revelation, and a sense of dj vu. His soul mate, Liann Zellan, also has the power to heal. Evident from the first moment we meet them, they should and must be together. John keeps them tantalisingly apart, politically and emotionally. They are both attracted and troubled by each others standpoints. His Arabic blood, African heritage and American upbringing become a source of conflict as Liann struggles with a love she believes is at odds with her deep commitment to the Israeli cause. The plot takes the reader from Chicago to San Francisco, from the bush of Southern Africa to the Middle East. Here John masterfully personifies Middle Eastern conflict, where desires and goals seem tantalisingly congruent, but are more often at violent odds. The villains of Costa Johns thriller run the dark side from warring factions, feeding expediently off the conflict, to parasites who benefit from the richness of their hosts whatever side they may be on. For any South African reader, Michaels involvement in the Angolan war as a member of the South African Army in the 70s will resonate strongly. For American readers, this chapter in Africas history may evoke hauntingly similar memories of foreign conflicts in Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq. But he also draws a vivid picture of African wildlife that reinforces the romance, the wonder, the sights, and the sounds of Africa. The plot races to a climax th
A Psychological and Philosophical Exploration of Christian Discernment
Author: Evan B. Howard
Pubpsher: University Press of America
Both Ignatius of Loyola and Jonathan Edwards wrote about the theme of Christian discernment. Evan B. Howard clarifies patterns of Christian discernment common to both Roman Catholics and Protestants. Yet his study extends analysis further; through a synthesis of cognitive psychology and religious philosophy, Howard provides greater specification of the roles of affectivity in discernment. This will allow spiritual advisors to better guide men and women into an effective discernment process. Psychologists, philosophers, and students of religion will find this book highly valuable.
The True Story Of Sister Rosalind Gefre And Her Pioneering Healing Touch
Author: Joan Holman
Pubpsher: Sister Rosalind Christian Ministry
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Not too long ago, massage was associated with seedy massage palors. Today, massage is exploding with the number of American adults getting massage doubling from 1997-2002. In 2003, this number grew to over 40 million, along with 260,000+ massage therapist and massage students. Sister Rosalind Gefre has been widely recognized for her work in making massage an accepted healthcare practice.
Designed to touch your heart and draw you closer to a relationship with the Creator, the poems in this collection are filled with praise and thoughts about faith. For more than twenty years, author Gerald Bergeron has been writing these poems to demonstrate God's love for you. A Touch of Heaven includes inspiration from many areas such as salvation, judgment, and faith; it draws a picture of what it is like to be close to our Savior and yet so far from a loving relationship with Him. Take a journey through the stories in the Bible. Hear the heart of a Father for His Son who will give His all to save what He holds so dear. Feel the joy as one is brought from betrayal to forgiveness. See the vision of a leper being touched and healed, and feel the power and awe as He speaks to the storm. Stand on the shores of heaven in a place the Bible speaks about. Inspirational and joyful, A Touch of Heaven encourages you to come to know the Savior and to be filled with His love in this poetic adventure.
Thirteen New Stories of Fantasy and Science Fiction
Author: Howard Fast
Pubpsher: Open Road Media
A collection of thirteen stunning stories by one of the most celebrated American writers of the twentieth century A follow-up to his 1970 science fiction collection, The General Zapped an Angel, Fast’s book of thirteen new science fiction stories is brisk and engrossing. In “The Hoop,” a scientist builds a portal to an unknown destination, which the mayor of New York City hijacks to use as a garbage dump until the location’s surprising, and hilarious, revelation. And in “The Egg,” set three thousand years in the future, a research team discovers an egg, something they have never seen before, cryogenically frozen in a nuclear bunker. These thirteen stories are bizarre, hilarious, poignant, and sure to entertain. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Howard Fast including rare photos from the author’s estate.
A Personal Journey of Faith, Sexuality, and Healing
Author: Kyle Hamilton Barr
This isn't your typical gay-to-straight conversion story; this is messy, yet glorious. In a time where the Church is confused and unsure of how to help those struggling with their sexual identity, Kyle Barr shares his very personal, lifelong journey. His undeniable experiences powerfully break the silence and shame that for so long have surrounded the topic of sexuality. Through his story, we see both struggle and victory, the stuff all our lives are made of. We all have a story to tell. Though our stories may have different characters and plot twists, at the core, it's all the same. All have been torn and all are searching. Everyone is in need of finding real love that's beyond anything of this world. Deep inside, all men and women want to unlock the fullness of who they are. This cannot be done alone. We all have longing which searches for an answer, for healing and wholeness. From the author: As I share my story with you, I ask one thing of you: will you truly listen? Yes, this is my story, but this is also my version of your story. Listen close enough and you might see that our stories aren't that different after all. It is messy and it is real, yet Christ still walked it with me. What many are afraid of, He embraced. What many misunderstand, He understood. Though many may give up and give in, Christ's love continues on. I was not alone and neither are you. Christ closed the gap and came so close to my struggles and brokenness . . . so close to touch me. I am a man and I am His. I am loved and I have been transformed.