Download The Power Of Love Book PDF, Read Online The Power Of Love Book Epub. Ebook The Power Of Love Tuebl Download Online. The following is a list of various book titles based on search results using the keyword the power of love. Click "GET BOOK" on the book you want. Register now and create a free account to access unlimited books, fast download, ad-free and books in good quality!
James Van Praagh has received hundreds of thousands of messages from the other side of life. And all too often, in many of these messages, the deceased have shared with him that they want the living to know how to utilize the power of love while they are still living life in the physical body ... In nine concise chapters, he reminds you that love knows no limits and can alter a person's life forever"--Amazon.com
When Little Bear gets lost in the wood, magical fireflies appear. If he thinks of loving memories, the fireflies will glow brighter and light the way. Can Little Bear use the power of love to find his way home?
One of the most important life events is falling in love, yet we never learn about it in school. Societies and religions force us into models and thought-forms that are often in opposition to an organic model of love, which is instead institutionalized by marriage, religious affiliations, and nationalism. This results in love that is, for most people, a painful challenge in one form or another throughout life. In these modern days, where the focus shifts more and more to realizing one's individual potential, Osho helps us to direct our search for love by widening our view - showing us that love has many manifestations and is not limited to the 'other'. One manifestation of love is meditation, a life-changing experience that allows the flowering of real love within oneself and toward others. The Osho Life Essentials series focuses on the most important questions in the life of the individual. Each volume contains timeless yet contemporary investigations and discussions into questions vital to our personal search for meaning and purpose. The Osho Life Essentials series focuses on questions specific to our inner life and quality of existence; for example, is it possible to have an authentic spirituality without a belief in God? What is meditation and how does it work? What can I do as an individual to make the world a better place?
The text of the celebrated 2018 royal wedding sermon, plus four other sermons touching on themes of love, commitment, and social justice, by the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church Two billion people watched Bishop Michael Curry deliver his sermon on the redemptive power of love at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex) at Windsor Castle. Here, he shares the full text of the sermon, plus an introduction and four of his favorite sermons on the themes of love and social justice. The world has met Bishop Curry and has been moved by his riveting, hopeful, and deceptively simple message: love and acceptance are what we need in these strange times.
An inspiring chronicle of life-changing encounters, personal transformation and a vision of love that transcends the everyday definition, to embrace universal kindness and compassion, based on the knowledge that all beings are one family and that our capacity to love is one of the world's most hidden yet powerful resources. The book is groundbreaking in its affirmation of love as a pathway for people of widely differing viewpoints. Unexpectedly changed by love, Fran Grace went on a journey to learn more about its power to transform and heal. She interviewed renowned spiritual teachers, scientists, activists and artists, all chosen with the help of her spiritual teacher. Each encounter helped her overcome obstacles on her path. The book gives readers a direct encounter with teachers of love in the world today. From diverse faiths and fields of work, they reveal the power of love to be the next frontier of global consciousness, suggesting many ways to uncover it and live it. Includes photographs and unique contributions from: Dr. David R. and Susan Hawkins - H. H. the 17th Karmapa - Father Pavlos of Sinai - Llewellyn and Anat Vaughan-Lee - Mona Polacca and The International Council of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers - Betty J. Eadie - Belvie Rooks & Dedan Gills - Dr. William and Jean Tiller - Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo - Huston Smith - Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity - Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev - Dr. Viktor Frankl (with grandson Alexander Vesely and Frankl family representative Mary Cimiluca) - Swami Chidatmananda. Fran Grace's personal narrative is pulsed by her encounters with the pioneering teachers of love listed above, each of whom has a chapter that includes a brief biography, excerpts from their dialogue with the author, and her sense of how the encounter helped her to overcome the many obstacles to love. The book takes readers on a journey into Buddhist and Hindu monasteries in India, an Indigenous Grandmothers' fire circle in the Black Hills, Mother Teresa's Homes for the Poor in Rome, Calcutta, and Tijuana, laboratory of a Stanford physicist, home of a Sufi sheikh, largest meditation hall in N. America, and a college classroom in California. She interviews those familiar with the stark Sinai desert, slave dungeons in Ghana, and near-death experiences. In the end, love is found to animate every moment of ordinary life. Inspiring story of personal transformation. Compelling account of how the world is transformed through everyday acts of kindness. A rich resource of teachings on love, healing and compassion from a wide range of spiritual traditions, with a rare inside view of some of the world's most respected teachers. Includes index, biographical profiles, bibliography, endnotes.
There's an old folk tale about a young mother who lost her child and is inconsolable. The wise man of the village tells her to go from house to house to find what everyone shares?and what everyone shares?is loss. It's the universal experience. Although we all will grieve the loss of our loved ones, we can learn how to reconnect with them. Through prayer and meditation, we can shift our awareness from the physical to the non-physical. We can witness firsthand that death is but an illusion. We can heal. We can find joy again. Author Heather Scavetta discovered that reality when she began developing her clairvoyant abilities after the death of her daughter, Elizabeth, in 2004. In The Power of Love, Scavetta shares her personal journey of receiving visions and afterlife communication from her daughter, loved ones, and spirit guides who encourage her to persevere through her grief. Having no previous ability, Scavetta shows that opening up spiritual gifts is accessible to everyone. Through personal examples, she shares how to open your own psychic and mediumistic abilities, and she discusses the many ways spirit can reach us. A story of celebration about the amazing and wonderful experiences that occurred since Elizabeth's transition, The Power of Love narrates one family's story of how they opened their spiritual gifts to see, hear, and feel?and to know beyond any doubt?their daughter never left their side.
Book Feminism and the Power of Love Description/Summary:
The power of love has become a renewed matter of feminist and non-feminist attention in the 21st century’s theory debates. What is this power? Is it a form of domination? Or is it a liberating force in our contemporary societies? Within Feminism and the Power of Love lies the central argument that, although love is a crucial site of gendered power asymmetries, it is also a vital source of human empowerment that we cannot live without. Instead of emphasizing "either-or", this enlightening title puts the dualities and contradictions of love center stage. Indeed, by offering various theoretical perspectives on what makes love such a central value and motivator for people, this title will increase one’s understanding as to why love can keep people in its grip - even when practiced in ways that deplete and oppress. In light of such analyses, the contributions within Feminism and the Power of Love present new perspectives on the conditions and characteristics of non-oppressive, mutually enhancing ways of loving. Bridging the gap between Feminist Affect Studies and Feminist Love Studies, this book will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students, including postdoctoral researchers, interested in fields such as women’s and gender studies, sociology, political science, philosophy, cultural studies and sexuality studies.
Romance, love and courtship are as universal as the precious jewels they inspire, objects which express deep affection for a loved one and eternal commitment. Wedding traditions have evolved over thousands of years and are based on blessing the couple with good luck and good wishes for unity, happiness and prosperity. The ring is the most personal of all jewels, its endless circular form symbolising the everlasting union of two people. The tradition of giving a betrothal or wedding ring as a promise of marriage goes back to ancient Rome and the ring was believed to have a direct link to the heart when worn on the ring finger of the left hand. It was not until the 15th century that diamond rings were primarily associated with marriage, but from the earliest times rubies or garnets were emblems of passionate love, diamonds or rock crystals symbolised virtue and constancy, sapphires denoted eternal love and emeralds desire and hope. Decorative motifs such as clasped hands, lovers' knots, crowned hearts, Cupid's arrows, flowers with hidden messages, snakes and butterflies were imaginatively used by jewellers to create magnificent jewels as symbols of romantic love.
In this classic romance from fan favorite author Margaret Daley, there’s a family in the making… Struggling to single-handedly raise a special-needs infant and a son headed for trouble, Rebecca Michaels thinks God had abandoned her. Until police officer Gabriel Stone shows up on her doorstep, offering a firm hand, an understanding heart and an unshakable faith. Witnessing the small miracle this loner is performing in her family, Rebecca wonders if she’s given up on God too soon. And if He doesn’t have some secret plan. One that would enable her to help Gabriel set aside his burning need for revenge. With God’s help, could her healing touch now give them both a second chance at love? Originally published in 2002
Book Beyond the Power of Love Description/Summary:
Some of Janice Romney's earliest memories bring back painful images of sexual abuse, and the guilt and turmoil from that abuse at age five carried throughout her life. In "Beyond the Power of Love," Romney narrates her life story from the perspective of a mother and woman who lived through abuse, divorce, marriage, transformation, and fallen dreams-only to discover the healing power of love. In this new revision of her earlier book, Beneath Wings of Angel, she provides firsthand insight deep into the heart of a disturbing and terrifying world of abuse. She shares a journey filled with heartbreaking challenges as she moves from domestic violence to freedom. Even with its difficulties, however, her story is one of great healing, faith, and love.
Book Purpose and Power of Love and Marriage Description/Summary:
Probably no other dimension of human experience has been pondered, discussed, debated, analyzed, and dreamed about more than the nature of true love. Love is everywhere -- in songs and in books, on televisions and on movie screens. Yet, for all of our thinking and talking, how many of us truly understand love and where can we turn for genuine insight in matters of true love?
Girls are encouraged to journey through the book of Ruth and study one girl's real-life OCinderella story, O and see how God transformed her world. Readers can unlock the secrets to a life filled with God's goodness and love, and learn what it means to be a Secret Power Girl.
Book The Transformative Power of Love Description/Summary:
This novel is a story of the transformative power of love, of how Nick Mitya, who was nourished by a patriarchal, religiously bigoted, sexually chauvinist, materialist, and hypocritical culture, is transformed into a compassionate, caring, tolerant, and honest human being. This story is a vivid depiction of the challenges, struggles, and obstacles that stand in the way of Nick’s endeavor to liberate himself from the oppressive traditions, customs, beliefs, and values of that culture and how the patient, tolerant, confident, healing fire of love illuminated Nick’s mind with the light of truth, enlivened his heart with the warmth of humanity, and armed his will with the courage to be himself. This same love is also a fertile soil for the growth of a tender, yet passionate, romantic love between a German scholar, Johannes Mitya, and a Syrian political science graduate, Tina Sarkisian. The growth of this love adds luster and nobility to love as a transformative power and as an essential condition of human happiness.
Book Power and Love: A Theory and Practice of Social Change (Large Print 16pt) Description/Summary:
Using revealing stories from complex situations he has been involved in all over the world - the Middle East, South Africa, Europe, India, Guatemala, the Philippines, Australia, Canada and the United States - Kahane reveals how to dynamically balance power and love.
It can't be seen, heard, touched, or tasted. You can't measure it, weigh it, buy it, or package it. And yet who would deny that love is the most powerful force on earth? It makes us do crazy, wonderful things. It breaks our hearts, humbles us, lifts us up, and fills us with unspeakable joy. Most mysteriously of all, it exists in an infinite variety of forms. In this collection of essays, you'll read about love in a few of its many guises: romantic love, parental love, family love; the love of a teacher for her students, of a dog for its human, of strangers thrown together for a brief encounter. As you enjoy these accounts of love, celebrate the opportunities you have to give, and receive, love in your own life.