Pony Ride to an Awakening

Pony Ride to an Awakening
Author: Hedin E. Daubenspeck
Publsiher: Balboa Press
Total Pages: 140
Release: 2020-02-27
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781982243371

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This book tells of the pony ride to an awakening and other stories of the Spirit. Encounters of an otherworldly kind happen to many people. My efforts are to describe some of the spiritual experiences that we may encounter from early childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, and then maturity, retirement unto renunciation, and then consciousness beyond death. We are closest to the Spirit at the beginning of our life, just entering incarnation from the Spirit, and at the end of our life, as we prepare to return to the Spirit. Sharing some of my psychic experiences and a few stories of my friends and family may serve as a guide for you in finding some similarities in these with your own experiences to reinforce the trust in these experiences as real and not imagined. We come from the Spirit and will return to the Spirit. There is nothing to fear from our teachers and ancestors in communicating with the Spirit to give us guidance, wisdom, and vision in this oftentimes difficult earthly life experience or to answer our questions. As we unfold our development going forward with open eyes and mind, we find that the truth unfolds and becomes more refined, like a lotus flower.

Pony Ride to an Awakening

Pony Ride to an Awakening
Author: Hedin Daubenspeck
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021-12-30
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1649619960

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Pony Ride to An Awakening

Pony Ride to An Awakening
Author: Hedin Daubenspeck
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 112
Release: 2022-01-24
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1957148551

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We are closest to Spirit at the beginning of our life, just entering incarnation from the Spirit, and at the end of our life, as we prepare to return to the Spirit. Along the way, encounters of an otherworldly kind happen to many people: by sharing them, we can find similarities among us and trust that these events are real and not imagined. In Pony Ride to an Awakening, author Hedin E. Daubenspeck describes spiritual episodes from early childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, maturity, retirement, unto renunciation, and then consciousness beyond death. He presents some of his psychic experiences and a few stories of his friends and family in the hope that they may serve as a guide for those seeking spiritual awareness. We come from the Spirit and will return to the Spirit. There is nothing to fear from our teachers and ancestors in communicating with the Spirit to give us guidance, answers, wisdom, and vision in this often difficult earthly life experience. As we unfold our development going forward with open eyes and mind, we find that the truth unfolds and becomes more refined, like a lotus flower. Building on personal narratives, this guide to spiritual awareness considers psychic experiences, intuition in daily life, and the mystical inner journey hat can lead to self-realization.

My Dreams and the Road to Self Awakening a Very True Story

My Dreams and the Road to Self Awakening   a Very True Story
Author: Sally Kairouze
Publsiher: Balboa Press
Total Pages: 178
Release: 2019-01-10
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN: 9781504315760

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Sally Kairouze felt hopeless after migrating to Australia from Lebanon. Marrying and starting a family, she soon realised that she had unwittingly become part of a dysfunctional marriage that left her emotionally stressed and overwhelmed. Caught in an oppressive marriage, and struggling to adjust to life in a new country, Therese goes deep within her psyche in search for answers. As the intense emotional turmoil manifests in the most vivid and sometimes terrifying dreams, her journaling journey begins. She discovers that traversing the paths to the darkest recesses of her own memory, experience, and perception will bring her ultimate healing. Drawing on the meticulously kept diaries of her dreams, a rich resource containing 208 dreams, Sally takes us on a very personal journey through the most turbulent and traumatic years of her life – and her long road to self fulfillment. How far does the road go? “My dreams took on a sudden urgency, and with my new found ability to recall them, I was given the key to self-awakening. I needed to remember my dreams. They mirrored my core problems and served me messages and warnings.” -Sally Kairouze

Spiritual Awakening

Spiritual Awakening
Author: Will Power
Publsiher: Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages: 282
Release: 2019-09-18
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9781796059700

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Spiritual Awakening is mostly autobiographical. It is the story of the author’s life and how reflections and memories of events may have contributed to addictions to alcohol, work, spending, and lust. This awareness is chronicled by how the author recovered from alcohol and now enjoys over thirty-four years of sobriety. It further describes how the author is recovering from being a workaholic, spendthrift, and sex addict. It is a spiritual journey with all the attendant failure, suffering, humorous escapades, and trials that come into an addict’s life. It also describes the solutions that can and will lead to recovery, joy, and serenity. If you share any of the author’s defects of character, you will possibly identify. If you do, you will discover steps to take to achieve your own recovery and be restored to a life beyond your wildest expectations.

Indigo Awakening

Indigo Awakening
Author: Janine Talty
Publsiher: Elite Books
Total Pages: 329
Release: 2009
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9781600700637

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Dr. Janine Talty, today a successful osteopathic physician, as a child found herself bewildered by a world full of challenges that she could not understand. She felt isolated, unable to cope with the regular life issues that other children managed easily. She could not comprehend maths or spelling-yet she could see energies that others could not see, and had levels of awareness than no-one around her possessed. She exhibited unusual artistic and healing talent. She spontaneously remembered and drew pictures from "old memories" of places her family had never visited. Only as she grew into adulthood, painfully learning to cope with her challenges, did she realize she was an "indigo," one of a generation of people with unusual talents and abilities, yet who rarely fit neatly into societal roles.This book is the inspiring story of how she overcomes these challenges, finds her voice and identity, and discovers a channel for her healing abilities as an osteopathic physician.

Antipodean Childhoods

Antipodean Childhoods
Author: Helga Ramsey-Kurz,Ulla Ratheiser
Publsiher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total Pages: 215
Release: 2020-05-15
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9781527551244

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Though obvious, the productiveness of combining the three concepts of childhood, otherness and the postcolonial has not inspired much academic inquiry so far. The essays assembled in this book make up for this omission and address aspects of growing up in Australia and New Zealand from various angles. They base their argument on the premise that, whether in settler, migrant or indigenous communities, children tend to be ascribed a space of their own, mostly outside but never independent of that of adults. How adults configure this space both practically and imaginatively, for instance in the arts, in adult and children’s literature, in film and photography, or in historical documents, is one of the questions answered in the process. How these configurations have developed with time and under the influence of specific historical circumstances is another. Thus, the individual papers are more than a contribution to the current (re-)discovery of the theme of childhood in European cultures in that Antipodean Childhoods remains centrally concerned with the cultural specificity of childhoods lived in Australia and New Zealand and with the theoretical relevance of this specificity to postcolonial literary, cultural and historical studies.

Battlecry of Freedom

Battlecry of Freedom
Author: Ngakma Nor’dzin
Publsiher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021-05-15
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781898185505

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Battlecry of Freedom explores the Tibetan Buddhist practice of training the mind as presented by Chekhawa Yeshé Dorje in the 12th century. His Seven Points of Mind Training offer a complete approach to daily practice in 59 slogans. Ngakma Nor’dzin presents each of the slogans with a pithy explanation, as in slogan 12: ‘Drive all blames into one.’ When lying on the ground, looking up at the horse, the realised rider takes the blame for being thrown. Then her commentaries vividly expand on the point of the slogan – bringing them to life through stories that use horse riding as an analogy for riding and training the mind. These clearly and delightfully illustrate how to stay in the saddle of Mind Training, in order to ride the joys and challenges of everyday life for the benefit of everyone and everything, everywhere. Slogan cards are available, providing a method that is powerful and inspiring. Please see https://www.makeplayingcards.com/sell/marketplace/battlecry-slogan-cards.html

Magifunmusic

Magifunmusic
Author: Heather MacLean
Publsiher: Balboa Press
Total Pages: 202
Release: 2017-09-26
Genre: Music
ISBN: 9781504351584

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This book is about teaching the joy and understanding of classical music to young children. It is about enhancing intelligence and building self-confidence through music. It is about leading the child into a journey of self-discovery and many joyful experiences, through music, that should last a lifetime. The book is full of practical ideas, methods, techniques, and lesson plans for school teachers, parents, hospital caregivers, and musicians at every level who could obtain wonderful results through teaching, sharing, and living this timeless art. It is aimed at finding a way to retain this beautiful art in our education system. It is aimed at possibly creating loving work for parents, grandparents, caregivers, and young students. It is aimed at spreading love and communication through an art that has been around for centuries and is so readily available to all through modern technology. It is aimed at teaching the world to sing, love, laugh, communicate, and play through classical music! This book addresses the concepts, theories, and performance aspects of music, like many other books written, but with detailed lesson plans and stories so a person, with a short course of music training, could get straight to work and start teaching a music class. The book is written with step-by-step processes that are fun for children. The activities and ideas in this book have been practised with countless children by the author for the past twenty-two years.

The Saturday Evening Post

The Saturday Evening Post
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1904
Genre: Periodicals
ISBN: UIUC:30112109516655

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Blood and Money

Blood and Money
Author: Thomas Thompson
Publsiher: Open Road Media
Total Pages: 450
Release: 2016-12-13
Genre: True Crime
ISBN: 9781504043267

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New York Times Bestseller: The “gripping” true story of a beautiful Texas socialite, her ambitious husband, and a string of mysterious deaths (Los Angeles Times). Joan Robinson Hill was a world-class equestrian, a glamorous member of Houston high society, and the wife of Dr. John Hill, a handsome and successful plastic surgeon. Her father, Ash Robinson, was a charismatic oil tycoon obsessed with making his daughter’s every dream come true. Rich, attractive, and reckless, Joan was one of the most celebrated women in a town infatuated with money, power, and fame. Then one morning in 1969, she fell mysteriously ill. The sordid events that followed comprise “what may be the most compelling and complex case in crime annals” (Ann Rule, bestselling author of The Stranger Beside Me). From the elegant mansions of River Oaks, one of America’s most exclusive neighborhoods, to a seedy underworld of prostitution and murder-for-hire, New York Times–bestselling author Thomas Thompson tracks down every bizarre motive and enigmatic clue to weave a fascinating tale of lust and vengeance. Full of colorful characters, shocking twists, and deadly secrets, Blood and Money is “an absolute spellbinder” and true crime masterpiece (Newsweek).

The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls

The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls
Author: Anton DiSclafani
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 432
Release: 2013-06-04
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781101616284

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“This summer’s first romantic page turner.”—Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times Named a most anticipated book for Summer 2013 by The Wall Street Journaland Publishers Weekly and USA Today, NPR, and People summer reads pick From the author of The After Party, a lush, sexy, evocative debut novel of family secrets and girls’-school rituals, set in the 1930s South. It is 1930, the midst of the Great Depression. After her mysterious role in a family tragedy, passionate, strong-willed Thea Atwell, age fifteen, has been cast out of her Florida home, exiled to an equestrienne boarding school for Southern debutantes. High in the Blue Ridge Mountains, with its complex social strata ordered by money, beauty, and girls’ friendships, the Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls is a far remove from the free-roaming, dreamlike childhood Thea shared with her twin brother on their family’s citrus farm—a world now partially shattered. As Thea grapples with her responsibility for the events of the past year that led her here, she finds herself enmeshed in a new order, one that will change her sense of what is possible for herself, her family, her country. Weaving provocatively between home and school, the narrative powerfully unfurls the true story behind Thea’s expulsion from her family, but it isn’t long before the mystery of her past is rivaled by the question of how it will shape her future. Part scandalous love story, part heartbreaking family drama, The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls is an immersive, transporting page-turner—a vivid, propulsive novel about sex, love, family, money, class, home, and horses, all set against the ominous threat of the Depression—and the major debut of an important new writer.

Pony Stories 3 Book Bind Up

Pony Stories  3 Book Bind Up
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Random House
Total Pages: 480
Release: 2013-01-31
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9781446498958

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A Summer of Horses by Carol Fenner - Faith battle with her fear of horses as she learns to ride on a farm holiday. Fly-By-Night by K. M. Peyton - Ruth learns that keeping a pony is harder than she'd thought. Three to Ride by Christine Pullein-Thompson - David discovers that making it to the top as a show-jumper is going to be a bumpy ride.

The Grand National

The Grand National
Author: Anne Holland
Publsiher: Orion
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2019-10-24
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 9781474612005

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Every year the Grand National produces very different stories from jockeys and horses alike; uplifting scenes from a victor and heartbreak when a mere inch divides the loser from the winner at the end of nearly four-and-a-half miles and thirty challenging fences. In 1839 the first winner was aptly named Lottery. Back then, huge crowds rode to Aintree by horseback, in carriages, carts or on foot. Today the Grand National is probably the world's most famous horse race, with a global television audience of some 600 million in 140 countries. This richly informed book focuses on the race's various record-breakers, rather than being a purely chronological history of this greatest of all steeplechases. Many records have stood the test of time: in 2019, Tiger Roll's second consecutive victory was the first time that the feat had been achieved since Red Rum in 1973-74. Anne Holland's authoritative history celebrates one of the world's greatest sporting spectacles. 'A well-organised and cheerily anecdotal volume' Spectator

A Dream Come True

A Dream Come True
Author: Olivia Tuffin
Publsiher: Nosy Crow
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2018-10-11
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9781788000543

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Alice and Secret have qualified for the Olympia Horse Show - and Alice is so excited about having an adventure in London with her beloved pony! She knows the competition will be tough but one girl, Leah, seems to REALLY have it in for Alice... What IS her problem? Could it be connected to the girl's sinister sponsors? Then, one icy night just before the competition, disaster strikes the stables. It's going to be a race through the streets of London - and against time - to put things right. Will Alice and Secret win through, or has Alice's Olympia dream turned into a nightmare? A perfect pony story from the author of the much-loved The Palomino Pony series. Have you read Alice and Secret's other adventures, 'A New Beginning', 'A Friend In Need' and 'A Ride To Freedom'?