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Changing the Quality of Your Life Requires Awareness

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Insight from Michael Brown’s Alchemy of the Heart

Much about our human experience is “hidden from us in plain sight,” as Michael puts it.

Until we are shown the obvious, we just don’t see it.

From birth, we traverse what Michael calls the pathway of awareness:

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An Interview with Dr. Shefali Tsabary on the "Vivid Life" radio show with host Sharon Quirt

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This innovative parenting style recognizes the child’s potential to spark a deep soul-searching leading to transformation in parents. Instead of being merely the receiver of the parents’ psychological and spiritual legacy, children function as ushers of the parent’s development.

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Sugar Kills

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Today's guest blog is by Catherine Ebeling, RN, BSN, a back-to-basics diet and nutrition specialist. In addition to her advanced degree in nursing from a major medical school, she has spent the last thirty years intensely studying diet, health, and nutrition. She also has a book entitled The Fat Burning Kitchen, Your 24 Hour Diet Transformation that has sold over 60,000 copies worldwide and has helped thousands of people transform their lives, lose weight, and improve their health.

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The Conscious Parent (e-book) by Shefali Tsabary

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The Conscious Parent

NAUTILUS AWARD WINNER, 2011

MOM'S CHOICE AWARD WINER, 2011

 

THERE ARE TWO E-BOOK FILE FORMATS INCLUDED IN THIS DOWNLOAD:

1) MOBIPOCKET (.mobi)

Use this file if you use a Kindle device or application.  Download to your computer and then transfer the file to your book librabry on your device.

2) E-PUB (.epub)

The following is a shortlist of devices and programs that are compatible with ePub:

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Discover Who You Really Are, and You'll Realize You've Never Been "Wounded"

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Insight from Michael Brown’s Alchemy of the Heart

To perform alchemy with the heart is to integrate emotion that was left unintegrated from our earlier days.

Why integrate this emotion? Because whenever we don’t, it continues to hold a charge—and this charge infiltrates our everyday experience, in many cases torpedoing our dreams, best intentions, and decisions.

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How Your Life Can Be Heavenly Right Now

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Spiritual Insight from the Namaste Book Your Forgotten Self

If you aren’t feeling heavenly right now, it’s because you’re out of touch with your essential being. It’s that simple.

Who you are in your essential being is heavenly.

My guess is that most who claim to be believers in Jesus don’t experience Heaven on Earth. That’s why they have to keep going to their churches and groups to get a shot in the arm.

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How Real Are You Really?

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Insight from Michael Brown’s Alchemy of the Heart

How satisfied are you with your life, exact as it is, right now in this moment?

A lot of people would have to answer that they are somewhat dissatisfied, and in many cases intensely dissatisfied.

But even of those who answer in polls that they are “satisfied,” it’s often that they have a mental concept of satisfaction.

They have the things in life that are supposed to satisfy, so they think of themselves as “satisfied.”

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An Interview with Dr. Shefali Tsabary on "Talk Radio Europe" with host Hannah Murray

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This innovative parenting style recognizes the child’s potential to spark a deep soul-searching leading to transformation in parents. Instead of being merely the receiver of the parents’ psychological and spiritual legacy, children function as ushers of the parent’s development.

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This Father's Day, Help Your Children Discover Their "Father Within"

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Spiritual Insight from the Namaste Book Your Forgotten Self

Why did Jesus refer to God as his “Father”? Actually, he used the familiar term abba in Greek, meaning “Daddy.”

The gospel writer Luke says of Jesus that, beginning when the family journeyed to Nazareth after his birth, “the child grew and became strong, filled with wisdom.”

Jesus’ growth was an organic process of progressively becoming who he really was.

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What Makes a Truly Effective Dad?

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Insight from Michael Brown’s Alchemy of the Heart

Writing in the London Sunday Telegraph, British Prime Minister David Cameron said today that runaway dads should be stigmatized in the same way as drunk drivers and should feel the “full force of shame.”

It’s true that there are dads who don’t involve themselves with their children. Single mothers and those mothers who are separated or divorced often find that the dad doesn’t participate in the raising of children, at least not effectively.

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