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  1. A Soul Remembers Hiroshima by Dolores Cannon

    A Soul Remembers Hiroshima by Dolores Cannon

    This book is the story of how Dolores carefully traced these experiences back to her life as a Japanese man named Nogorigatu living in Hiroshima during WWII. It tells the story of what the Japanese people experienced during the war and is a side of history that has neither been fully explored nor written about. At the time, it was Dolores most challenging case because she was unsure of how the young lady would react to reliving dying in an atomic explosion. It had to be handled with extreme care. The resulting story cries out to our time, "Do not let this horror happen again!"

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  2. Ghosts and Me by Kevin Killen

    Ghosts and Me by Kevin Killen

    This book is a journey of searching and trying to understand the paranormal. For more than thirty years, I have experienced some form of paranormal activity. This book explores many of those experiences. From the first time I experienced a ghost at the age of five, to high school where I tried my first electronic voice phenomenon. Then, my first EVP capture on tape in my childhood home.

    The book goes further into my experiences in several different schools and states, such as my experiences at a school in West Virginia. While not ghostly per se, the experiences had a paranormal feel to them. From there, my years spent in Waynesburg, Pa, where I graduated from college, met and dated a witch, and had several more paranormal experiences, including living in a haunted house during school.

    The book goes into my experiences in Virginia, which include a haunted battlefield, a haunted theater, and a few haunted homes.  After leaving the state and going back to Pennsylvania, there are more experiences including more evp’s, seeing my first shadow person, and an encounter with “something” that I was protected from by my pet dog and cats.

    I return to Virginia to chronicle my experiences in a haunted work place, which included phantom noises, footsteps on the roof, doors closing by themselves, and a visit from the long dead woman who started the organization. During this time, I have several coworkers have many of the same experiences as I I did, sometimes together. I explain why working with addicted personalities can be a major reason for the paranormal activity, and why I have doubted what I have seen over and over.

    Finally, some experiences I have had with my current girlfriend and her family in Maryland. I also take the time to explain why people shouldn’t think they are crazy when these experiences happen to them, and why they shouldn’t be afraid to relay them to other people, even though they may fear what they think.

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  3. Headless Chicken by Manuela Stoerzer

    Headless Chicken by Manuela Stoerzer

    This is an attempt to share from a soul perspective,  how mind and emotions work and influence and how any situation, problem and trauma can be perceived in different ways and create distortions and false beliefs.  And also how this drama can be healed once we realize who we really are. This book wants to inspire others to question who or what they are, to free themselves from limiting and separating ideas, to surrender to a higher power that we are part of, to find trust, love and joy.

    Many people have asked me about the three months experience in the Peruvian jungle when I came back. They wanted to find out whether Ayahuasca would be the solution to heal from suffering. I don’t think so. My humble opinion after the Amazon experience is, that prayer, deep meditation or experiences in nature can help transcend suffering just as much. It’s about us being conscious, present, com-passionate, and responsible to allow love in (crack the nut) and to share that love.

    Here, I just share my experiences with Ayahuasca, and what that meant in respect of my life experience and personal background. It is important to point out that other people’s experiences are other people's experiences and nothing more. What that means for me, is not what it means for you. Everybody has their own perspective, frames of mind, background and path. And yet, we have very similar mechanisms going and we are made of the same stuff. Sometimes, being understanding and compassionate with others can help to apply the same kindness to ourselves.

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  4. In Light and In Shade by Patricia Irvine

    In Light and In Shade by Patricia Irvine

    In Light and In Shade is the inspirational true story of a love that refused to die, even after death. It is the first-hand account of extraordinary events that happened to an ordinary woman.

    Before her husband died prematurely, Patricia Irvine was sceptical about spiritual matters. However, driven by grief and fear over a feud concerning the family business, she decided to seek the advice of a medium. Shortly afterwards, inexplicable things began to happen to challenge her beliefs. As Patricia awakened spiritually, so her husband was able to reach beyond the grave to help his widow achieve justice for her and their young family in a court battle that made legal history.

    Based on the journals Patricia kept throughout this time, this memoir describes the author’s amazing journey from non-believer to finding her true destiny, healing through words. In a troubled and turbulent world, In Light and In Shade raises important points about religion, God and the true meaning of spirituality. It is a story anyone seeking answers to the big questions about life and death should read.

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  5. Judy's Story by Lee Sumpter

    Judy's Story by Lee Sumpter

    What happens when we pass on to heaven?  Those who remain in the material world grieve and cope with the shock of their loss.  But what do our departed loved ones experience?  What is death like for them?

     Here is one woman’s story narrated by her through a medium.  She tells of her struggle to give up the material world and to adjust to her life in heaven.  She struggles with the fear of being sent to hell that she had from the religious teaching of her childhood.  She finally learns to be a joyful guide and healer for others.

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  6. Reconnecting to the Earth by Aaron Hoopes

    Reconnecting to the Earth by Aaron Hoopes

    In this book I intend to take you on a journey of self-discovery. It is not always an easy path, but we have reached a point where action is required if we as a species are going to continue to live on this planet. I have no intention of talking about what’s going to happen if you don’t follow these practices or rehash the same old “fear porn” about how everyone’s going to die if the whole world doesn’t rally together. There is plenty of that out there already. The direction this book takes is toward something much more positive. This journey will take some discipline and integrity. There may be some difficulty and struggle along the way. However, as you reconnect with the Earth, you will feel the changes taking place within you . . . and that can change the world.

    This book is separated into four sections. The first chapter is basically a wake-up call discussing the difficulties we are facing. It is a realistic assessment of our current situation and a vital first step on the path to reconnecting with the Earth. The second chapter provides a deeper understanding as to how we got into this predicament and the underlying framework of our society that has led us to this point. The third chapter is about changing the narrative we live in so that we can begin to shift our physical, mental, and spiritual beings toward a sustainable relationship with the Earth. The final chapter provides seven sets of seven fundamental guidelines for creating your own personal practice for reconnecting with nature, the Earth, and yourself.

    If you are just beginning to become aware that there is something fundamentally wrong with what is happening to the planet, I recommend starting from the beginning to get the full picture. It may not be what you want to hear, but it is important to understand where we are starting from. If you have picked up this book because you are already aware of the huge problems we face as a society and civilization, I would recommend skimming the first two chapters and heading for the second half of the book. While the discussion of how bad things are cannot be left out, the exercises and practices for dealing with it are much more important to the process of reconnecting ourselves to the Earth.

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  7. The Curators by Guy Needler

    The Curators by Guy Needler

    Ever wondered what made the Universe? - Was it the big bang? - Why is it not expanding or contracting? Why does it appear to have an orderly level of functionality? Are there more universes within a much larger multiversal environment? If so, where are they? Are theoretical physicists correct?

    In The Curators the reader is exposed to the mechanics of the multiversal environment we exist within and those entities that maintain it.

    In The Curators you will learn:-

    • ·         That there is a hierarchy of entities that maintain the evolutionary efficiency of the multiverse
    • ·         The roles and responsibilities of these entities
    • ·         What nature spirits or elementals are
    • ·         That we exist in many “Event Spaces” and the Realities within them
    • ·         That there are different classifications of Event Space and Realities
    • ·         That these entities can change our Event Spaces and/or Realities at will
    • ·         That evolutionary efficiency is the primary reason for change in the multiverse
    • ·         That there are different levels of structure to support the maintenance and functionality of the multiverse.
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  8. Who Catharted by Blair Styra

    Who Catharted by Blair Styra

    Life is speaking to us all the time; it’s full of funny, sad, perplexing and downright astounding stories all day, everyday. We are not only participating in these stories, but creating them every nano second of our Mind, Body, Spirit existence. All to often we let life simply swallow us up and our experiences seem to disappear in a myriad of systems and structures, rules, routines, feelings, actions and thoughts. It’s so important that we all stop and listen to what we are saying to ourselves and through the way we are living our lives and what the world is saying back to us!

     Over the last 27 years as the channel for Tabaash living my life has sharpened me up enabling me to be a greater observer and participant in my life. I know for sure that I have literally created all my life, all its realities. In my first book

    “Don’t Change The Channel” I said “Being a spiritual being doesn’t mean you stop being a human being”.

     I have been on my “soul road” since my mid twenties and now in my late fifties life is still a perplexing expedition offering up more to create, more ways of growing and more ways of growing up! Despite my soul understanding I find that I can still be a complete ass about some things, make mistakes, fall over be afraid and all the other human nature things that we are all involved in. That’s the journey though and its not that those things are good or bad but they are the journey and obviously at some point in the expedition of life we get to the place where we can see how to make better arrangements. And so while we are doing this lets remember that we are all so brilliant and yet we can all still be so silly at times with the way we feel and think and participate in life. Its important that we are serious in our intentions but at times not take ourselves so seriously and to laugh at some of our endeavors and no doubt along the way offering up a good laugh for others.

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