Earth Laughs In Flowers: Finding Intelligent Life On Earth-Right Under Our Noses by Kirsten Hartley (Author)

For centuries, keen gardeners have talked to their plants and flowers-and often been laughed at. These days, studies into molecular chemistry and quantum physics have opened pathways to greater understanding of the environment they live in, how plants communicate with each other -and even with us. Kirsten Hartley graduated as a naturopathic herbalist and found her studies into the natural world of energetic medicine had only just begun. She started a fascinating journey using the stepping stones of ancient understanding of the natural world, coupled with modern science, searching for the key to unlocking nature’s multiple secrets.

Kirsten Hartley graduated in 1999, having studied under the legendary Australian herbalist Dorothy Hall. Her practice and further studies into energetic medicine started with herbal materia medica and went on to include Bach flowers, Australian bush flowers, and pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils. Her fascination with living plant energies and their ability to effect profound change in the human body, mind, and spirit is a continuing journey.

Kirsten Hartley is also an accomplished corporate executive, with over thirty years’ experience in retail, marketing, and business administration. She has a special interest in assisting and mentoring women in business and is a tireless connector and networker. Kirsten was born near London, England, and spent her childhood there until her parents moved the family to Australia in 1970. Kirsten currently lives in Sydney and has twin sons and one grandson.

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A journey of thoughts with Dr Deepak Chopra

Deepak Chopra is an Indian-born American physician, a holistic health/New Age guru, and the most famous of America’s alternative medicine practitioners. Chopra has taught at the medical schools of Tufts University, Boston University and Harvard University. In 1985, Chopra met Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who invited him to study Ayurveda.

Chopra has written more than 70 books, including 21 New York Times bestsellers. His books have been translated into 35 languages and sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. Chopra has received many awards, including the Oceana Award (2009), the Cinequest Life of a Maverick Award (2010), Humanitarian Starlite Award (2010), and the GOI Peace Award (2010).

The Kingdom of Heaven within The Holy Book of the Great Invisible Spirit ☺ A Spiritual Transformation ~ By Sanetha

The spiritual subject of past lives and reincarnation is highly controversial. Most religions don’t believe it, and science cannot prove it yet.

This book is an “energy healing communication” with a DNA surprise, assisting you to integrate and understand the deep-seated truths about who you are and where you came from. The information explains what is happening to us, the earth, and the universe, and what one needs to do to adapt to the new energies on the planet at this time and for the years to come.

These pages contain a profound message with the new energy–a message that I have delivered many times over my many lifetimes. Who am I? and Where do I come from? are questions that have been on the minds of everyone since the beginning. These thoughts are imprinted in our basic DNA.

When I became aware of who I was in the previous lifetime just before this one (less than five months between lives)–my newfound identity propelled me into the search for the answers to the questions gnawing at my soul. Each answer provided new questions, leading me down the enlightened path to an encounter with the “Grand Divine Plan,” delivering a message of peace and preparation.

We all have gifts and abilities unimaginable, ready for anyone who walks through the door.

My search brought me into an awareness of knowing many of my past lives. It also revealed that my purpose of discovering was not about who I was, but that I would write about past lives and reincarnation at a time on the planet when this information would be so needed.

SANETHA (Annette Renee Moreland nee Elgersma)–a very old soul, spiritual guide, author, interpreter, healer and founder of Sanetha’s Soulgenic Healing. She discovered who she was in her previous life, less than five months before incarnating into her current life while also discovering her ability to write her first book was coming from several of her past life experiences.

“We all have gifts and abilities unimaginable, ready for anyone who is ready to claim them”,said Sanetha who received this name from a higher source while writing this book. Sanetha is a combination of her name in this life, Annetta and some names from her previous lifetimes.

Her search brought her into an awareness of knowing many of her past lives revealing that her purpose was not about who she was in that life, but that she would write about past lives and reincarnation with a DNA surprise helping others at a time on the planet when this information would be so needed.

Her new found identity propelled her into a search for the answers while each answer provided new questions, leading her down the enlightened path to an encounter with the “Grand Divine Plan”. Dedicated to her first born son who suddenly transitioned to his spirit form in the midst of the book’s conception on the tenth anniversary of “911”. A mother’s unconditional love never dies and so she discovers nor did his spirit — as they come together delivering this message of pure truth.

Currently co-writing a second book as a follow up book of questions and answers–also the “soul” writer of a third book about all of her lifetimes – Sanetha’s Soul Journey.

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Allow Your Light to Fill the Darkness: A Primer to Living the Light within Us According to the Tao by Daniel Frank

How do we recognize error in our thinking? How can we enjoy the spiritual benefits of practicing our religion while not condemning the religion of others? These questions, and so much more, are addressed in the eighty-one commentaries included in this book. These commentaries refer to, but are independent of, the illuminating and compelling essay collection about Lao-tzu’s Tao Te Ching, as voiced in Change Your Thoughts—Change Your Life by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.

Living “right,” according to the Tao, anticipates that we have both the understanding needed to make right choices and the knowledge to recognize the types of behavior that are important for us to change. However, of equal or greater significance to these skills are the feelings that drive our internal motivation at our center. Many of us need to learn the life lessons that keep popping up as issues in our lives. They keep resurfacing again and again until we finally recognize the lessons and actually learn them. We know we have really been learning our lessons when we notice that our intentions are genuinely beginning to change. Not learning them holds us hostage and keeps us repeating the same dumb behavior.

Each commentary has at least one labeled graphic that represents one or more aspect of the main idea of each section. The purpose of these graphics is to provide visualization for what otherwise might remain more abstract . We have absolutely no concept of how the connections we feel and know to be real actually come about, between ourselves and others, between us and the happenings of life, or between us and God. We often describe these feelings or experiences as resulting from some type of energy, but what might that really mean? Reflecting this unexplainable, invisible, but vital connection on the written page through symbolism provides our minds with a crutch to assist understanding and recall.

Although the illustrations as drawn may have little or no basis in the facts, as they are accepted today, or even as new discoveries may reveal, the understanding of the concepts that develop through their use helps us apply the “gems” that Lao-tzu speaks of in the Tao, to our lives.

With a modest upbringing and supportive parents, Daniel Frank completed his teacher training at the age of eighteen and started his nonstop forty-two-year teaching career the following year. He acquired his BA and BEd while working full time. In January of 1978, his interests led him to a course offered at the local secondary school based on the book How Should We Then Live? by Francis A. Schaeffer, a “theologian and philosopher . . . [with] forty years of intensive study of humanism and Christian truths” It stirred something within him to search for more answers to the question asked by the title of Schaeffer’s book. Although many of the authors he has read to date have contributed to the view of God he holds today, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer tops the list.

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