1. Living In Grace: The Shift To Spiritual Perception
“A refreshing and powerful new look at the results of shifting perceptions to your true spiritual nature.” Alan Cohen, author of My Father’s View
A profound, thought provoking guide to shifting perceptions to reveal what is hidden in plain sight: heaven on earth.
If you are tired of fooling around with material-based thinking that only puts Band-Aids on problems, and if you are ready to choose spiritual perception and the spiritual solution, than Living In Grace: The Shift to Spiritual Perception is the answer.
In this book, I will guide you through powerful-proven-practical-perception-shifting exercises and personally teach you useful tools for shifting anytime, anywhere, and any situation.
You will find yourself restudying the book over and over again because each time your perception shifts you will experience greater insight into Reality.
Living In Grace, provides practical tools like The 7 Steps To Shift and an eight step-by-step system based on the word GRACIOUS, which makes the necessary process of perception-shifting easy to remember and simple to use.
2. The Rest Areas of Your Life
With peoples’ lives growing more complex with each passing year, more are seeking answers from sources they consider trustworthy, such as the Bible. Based on the premise of a of road trip, The Rest Areas of Your Life includes anecdotes from everyday life experiences which all readers will be able to readily identify. Also included are quotations from the Bible that directly relate to each anecdote along with related philosophies, religious texts, and references to modern songs.
Most Bible classes and educational texts emphasize the philosophy of the Bible, its precepts and mandates, but fall sort in how biblical tenets relate to everyday life. Consequently, the Bible remains an abstract concept as opposed to a practical guide for daily living. But it doesn’t have to be that way anymore!
Through this easy to read “road trip” you will:
• Find spiritual meaning out of typical, everyday experiences to make the Bible come alive in your life.
• Be able take the lessons of ‘Bible application’ you learn from this book and apply that same reasoning to your continuing life experiences.
• Increase your familiarity of Bible passages that formerly may have had little or no meaning to you.
• Enhance your basic knowledge of philosophy and other religions.
• Be provided a path for understanding the Bible and taking your first step toward accepting a new-found faith in a non-threatening manner if you are a non-Christian.
3. In Movement There Is Peace
This book will rock your beliefs about fear, security and taking risks.”In Movement There is Peace” is a powerful tale of travel, adventure and unexpected faith.
Elaine is a doctor who walks away from her practice in order to cure her own paralyzing anxiety. She’d been treating warfighters for over 20 years and the stories were becoming more and more gruesome. Once free, she discovers that leaving is really only fleeing if there’s no new direction.
Joe is an adventurer. He’s been sailing, trekking and diving all over the world, searching for new experiences. Every year, Joe had backpacked portions of the Appalachian Trail with his father but several years ago his dad died on the trail. Joe was supposed to be with him that day but had backed out at the last second.
Could this be why Joe suddenly told Elaine, “I want to walk the Camino de Santiago and I want you to walk with me?”
After deliberating the wisdom of walking 500 miles with no planning or physical conditioning, the two set off to walk the “Way of Saint James.” Their “no-plan” plan sets off a series of extraordinary events that can only be explained as divine intervention. It starts with an enigmatic suggestion from a former pilgrim who sends them off with a caution: “There are no coincidences on the Camino.”
4. The Golden Virtues of Jesus Christ
Why is it that people can say, ‘i love you’ to someone and the relationship still fails and have problems? it is because love cannot act alone? it is dependent on other qualities. We show love with generosity, kindness, patience, understanding, goodness, thoughtfulness, fairness etc, it is something we don’t put off on others and claim they don’t have these strengths. We examine ourselves. When you show fairness, and tenderness, and courteous you are showing love. if you are deficient in other virtues of qualities you are not showing the other elements of love. Virtues are elements of each other. They are a kinship. The Golden Virtues of Jesus Christ covers these and other issues of being more excellent and refined to become better people to represent ourselves in society and to set off a moral fiber that will someday become uncompromising and unrelenting in human existence, ONLY THEN COULD ANY SOCIETY ANYWHERE CALL ITSELF ADVANCED.
5. My Life My Africa
Have you ever had the desire to just leave everything you know behind and set off on an adventure? Philén Naidu did just that. Aged 23 he dropped out of university, strapped on a 25-litre backpack, left family and friends behind and set off into the wild unknown to discover his true potential.
Naidu allows us to join him in his mid-life crisis as he journeys into an Africa that few of us get to truly experience. There’s no new camera and bug spray in his luggage, as he heads north from his comfortable suburban South African upbringing into the wild unknown.
It’s a movingly honest account of his time spent traveling and living amongst the people of rural Zambia, his westernized way of thinking constantly challenged as he becomes accustomed to a new way of life.
Whether he’s bumping into wild rhino at night, sitting in the shade of mango trees with the villagers, sharing in their ‘local brew’, or learning the intricacies of smuggling items across the border for business, what he discovers along the way about life and himself is so clear and simple, yet so difficult to apply.
It’s a journey that will have you thinking about everything – where your food comes from and with whom you share it, to how you’d go about fighting off competitors to get the prized liver from a recently culled elephant.