Products to do with the occult and other aspects of Mind, Body and Spirit, including tarot decks.
Enjoy exploring the history, mythology, and symbolism of the crystal in addition to its healing properties and environmental effects. Work at your own pace through both 'high vibration' crystals that experienced crystal workers will want to explore as well those suited to beginners. (hide)
Published:27 Mar 2020 (hide)
Find a style that you enjoy by exploring over 30 step-by-step meditations, from Mindfulness Meditation to Tai Chi. Discover the benefits of meditation on your mind and body, examining how it works and the scientific evidence behind its effects. Use the short "mini-meditations" to sample a range of different styles, then learn how to set up a practice that works for you.
1 April 2013 - ROOTS is a joint initiative by all the mainstream churches in the UK and Ireland. For ten years it has provided lectionary-based resources for worship and learning for the whole church. Over 10,000 local churches use its regular magazine and online programmes. This versatile and adaptable participative prayer resource for all-age worship is taken from the extensive material the ROOTS authors have created. Based on the lectionary readings for each Sunday of Years A, B & C it includes: * gathering prayers * seasonal prayers of thanksgiving * a creative response to the day's readings * responsive prayers of intercession * a children's prayer activity * an all-age prayer activity * responsive prayers for sending out All the texts can be downloaded or projected from the accompanying CD Rom.(hide)
And underpinning their unique way of life is a spiritual practice they have sometimes been wary of talking about. Until now. In What Do Quakers Believe? Geoffrey Durham answers the crucial question clearly, straightforwardly and without jargon.
Published:29 Mar 2019 (hide)
Written by the UK's leading handwriting expert, Reading Between the Lines will show you how to judge someone's handwriting as a whole and how to examine it in detail. Because every aspect of penmanship - the height of an 'h', the curliness of a 'g', the pressure of the pen on the paper - is a collection of signals that we are giving out without meaning to. The way we write can tell the world a huge amount; sometimes more than the things we write about. (hide)
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