Annabel Beam spent most of her childhood in and out of hospitals with a rare and incurable digestive disorder that prevented her from living a normal, healthy life. One day, she fell three stories headfirst into an old, hollowed-out tree. Implausibly, she survived without a scratch. While unconscious inside the tree, she visited heaven. After being released from the hospital, she defied science and had inexplicably recovered from her chronic ailment. Miracles from Heaven is an uplifting, hope-filled memoir that will change how we look at the world around us.
Home at Last takes the reader on a profound journey on the road toward enlightenment based on author’s direct experience. It is about one woman’s journey from a career track in the pharmaceutical industry to spiritual awakening. Sarada shows how with dedication one can reach the ultimate state of union with all life and how an enlightened consciousness navigates and integrates our given life thereafter. Part spiritual memoir, part meditation handbook, Sarada’s writings are clear and accessible yet contain profound spiritual insights. Home at Last takes the reader, step-by-step, into an extraordinary journey of Homecoming.
Divine Intelligence is the story of an unemployed executive who sets out looking for a job and, along the way, finds the source of all power. You will watch as he undergoes a process to find a spiritual God inside of him instead of a religious God outside of him. Session by session, with his coach by his side, the jobseeker ultimately finds the highest force in the universe, God. As the true story unfolds, readers discover what the human spirit can achieve when we release limiting beliefs about ourselves and God and enter an unlimited mindset.
Depending on the age of the reader, well-written fairytales are read on many levels, and so it is with Carolyn Hayes’ book, A Mother’s Heart. Children will listen with rapt attention to this mysterious adventure and delight in the mother’s change-of-heart encounter with Jesus. Young adults will thoroughly engage in the mother’s quest for her child but will stop short to consciously consider the sharply drawn line in the sand at the story’s end. Adult readers, realizing that this story describes the grieving process, will perceive the mother’s encounter with Jesus as the ultimate game changer.
A triumphant life journey of tremendous trials and tragedies changed through Faith Love and Charity. How one life can make a difference, and question our willingness to heal. What’s your story? Are you ready to follow one child’s American Dream through drugs,politics, abuse, abandonment, and Redemption?
Move from understanding to action. There is so much power in a moment of compassion – in that moment we understand that we are woven into the same tapestry of Life, and we matter to one another. Everyone may not share the same details in our story, but we have the same themes in our journeys relative to suffering, love and our desire to simply matter. When you are ready to begin to heal, this activity/workbook seeks to guide you on the journey to the path of healing.
Love Warrior is a gorgeous and inspiring account of how we are born to be warriors: strong, powerful, and brave; able to confront the pain and claim the love that exists for us all. This chronicle of a beautiful, brutal journey speaks to anyone who yearns for deeper, truer relationships and a more abundant, authentic life.
Beloved spiritual teacher, poet, and philosopher, Mark Nepo, returns to the inspiring short-chapter format of his #1 New York Times bestseller, The Book of Awakening, to map an insightful and resilient path for inhabiting the soul by engaging in the world. Mark Nepo has been called “one of the finest spiritual guides of our time,” “a consummate storyteller,” and “an eloquent spiritual teacher.” Now, in The One Life We’re Given, Nepo’s personal stories, questions, and meditations take us on a deep and uplifting journey to know our own hearts and enliven our souls.
“Learning to trust is one of life’s most difficult lessons,” says #1 New York Times best-selling author, Iyanla Vanzant. “That’s because trust is not a verb; it’s a noun. Trust is a state of mind and being. If you are serious about learning to trust, you need TNT—Tenacity, Nerve, and Time. But what if the real problem is not that we can’t trust other people; it’s that we can’t trust ourselves?” Iyanla demonstrates why the four essential trusts—Trust in Self, Trust in God, Trust in Others, and Trust in Life—are like oxygen: without them, none of us can survive.