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    I personally bought this product and benefited from it. I bring it here to share with all of you wonderful freinds here on this marvelous Platform.
    This is my First Upload Here..Hope u all like it.
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                                           A NEW ORDER OF HEALING
                                           
                                           by Patricia Diane Cota-Robles

    Humanity is experiencing an amazing awakening. This shift of consciousness is accelerating the energy and vibration of our physical bodies. At a cellular level our bodies are being transformed, which is wonderful but often very stressful. The Company of Heaven has heard our prayers, and the Beings of Light from the Realms of Healing are intervening to help us in new and profound ways. This MP3 reveals new frequencies of Healing Light and powerful tools and visualizations that are being given to Humanity. These Gifts of Light from the Heavenly Realms are a godsend to help us heal our bodies so that we can harmoniously move through the final stages of our Ascension into the 5th Dimension

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    Fascinating  

    Posted by joan Brooks on 18th Nov 2012

    Turly enjoy this Mp3, and listen to it daily. Thank You Patricia Cota-robles. i find your voice very soothing and so comfortable.


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    So divinely inspirational  

    Posted by Cindy Govender (South Africa) on 21st Jun 2012

    gosh every time I listen to this,I feel so pure,so much love ,I feel my God self.
    Thank you so much,Patricia

    MsSVig

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    2011 | 224 Pages |

    "Awealth of inspiration and practical tips for enjoying the Kingdom of God, the Pure Land of the Buddha, now." —Thich Nhat Hanh, bestselling author of Peace Is Every Step
    "For newcomers to Buddhism (and non-Buddhists interested in universal wisdom!) and old hands’ at practice . . . [Das] promises nothing less than a liberated life, freed from angst over the tyranny of time, though the practice of lovingpresence." —Sylvia Boorstein, author of Happiness Is An Inside Job

    Internationally renowned meditation scholar Lama Surya Das delivers a penetrating and practica lguide to discovering the power of living fully in the now. In the tradition of the Dalai Lama’s The Art of Happiness and Noah Levine’s Heartof the Revolution, Buddha Standard Time is a roadmap to discovering your own inner kingdom of awareness, patience, and love. MsSVig

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    This torrent is the result of a successful GB... sharing elsewhere will result in being banned!


    GB Name: Erle Montaigue- Taji , Bagua , Qigong Qi disruption Dvd collection ( Tajiworld)
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    This series of DVDs is being shot during Erle's Invitation only instructor's classes, the 4th of which was held in Llangadog, Wales UK 20th and 21st of January 2007. The traditional way that one would learn Tai Chi, was to not speak. You would simply watch and join in behind your instructor as he would perform the form movements. This way, you would pick up a little each time physically with the sub-conscious body remembering and taking in the inner movements of the instructor. This is why they say that it took some 6 years just to learn the form. In modern times, we had to have a way to teach it a little quicker, so the form was broken down into components and taught as individual postures and movements.

    So you have two sides of the learning way. So I decided after 40 years of doing this stuff to take the middle road and teach this wonderful art to a handful of dedicated students, in a semi-traditional way. So we took the form and broke it down into a number of parts whereby the student would watch, then join in and allow his or her body to pick up internally what was happening. Then after some time, we would stop and take a look at this module and make any corrections and give advice before going on to the next module. This way has worked out really well with all saying that they found it challenging to leave behind old ways of learning but also very rewarding in that their body would pick it up much quicker.

    So here we have the first 4 modules of this method of learning, which is also a more advanced method encompassing all of "How We Do Tai Chi". The waving form, the spiral or Silk Reeling Form, the Stone Hands Form etc., This is simply How Tai Chi Is Done. It doesn't replace the old breaking it all down method of learning as most will probably wish to stick with that way. But for those who wish to take this art into the sub-conscious realms, this might prove invaluable. And even when you have already learnt the form to a degree in the old way, it is quite challenging to learn it this way and many of our most senior instructors found this very helpful to their understanding.
    MsSVig

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    Origins, Rituals, Festivals, Spirits, Sacred Places


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    In Shintoism and the Religions of Japan, C. Scott Littleton illuminates this unusual spiritual pluralism and shows how it has fertilized a vast and varied religious landscape. Littleton describes the origins and development of Shinto (or Kami no Michi, "Way of the Gods"), the introduction of Buddhism a millennium and a half ago, the rise of various sects of Buddhism (some indigenous to Japan), and the role of the imperial court and the shogunate in the nation's religious life. Here too is a clear and succinct summary of Shintoism's teeming pantheon of spiritual figures, the holy writings of Shintoism, and the islands' landscape of holy sanctuaries. Littleton explains how Buddhism has been reinterpreted in light of Japan's indigenous traditions (some monumental statues of the Buddha are worshipped as manifestations of kami), and describes the "new religions" that flourished during the Meiji period of the late nineteenth century, after Japan once again opened up to the outside world. Writing with grace and clarity, he captures the essential features of Japanese religious life, including the countless local festivals and rituals, the importance of harmony and enlightenment, and concepts of death and salvation.

    Lavishly illustrated with some thirty color photographs, sprinkled with boxed features that focus on fascinating issues, this volume offers a marvelous tour of Japan's distinctive spiritual experience.


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    Adyashanti - The Voice of the Ineffable




    Webcast March 29, 2013, recorded live.
    1 hr 29 min of teachings.

    Because of our innate curiosity and the nature of mind to create stories that explain everything, we often become bound to limiting perspectives, causing suffering in our lives. In this 90-minute talk, which many viewers found powerful and inspiring, Adyashanti describes a greater Truth that expresses itself in all dimensions of experience, but is not limited by them. He points to the ineffable reality where questions never arise -- something quite literally beyond belief.

    Topics Include:

    • The Impulse of Curiosity
    • The Fear of Losing Our Stories
    • Truth Is Not a Static Thing
    • The Dilemma of Fixation
    • Going Beyond the Abstract
    • The Capacity to Not Be Stuck
    • Liberation from Perspectives
    • Before You Search for the Answer
    • Sensitivity to Ineffable Spirit
    • Being Truly and Boundlessly Alive
    • Receiving the Teaching of Silence  

    Quotes from this Satsang:

    • “What in your experience is not measurable or describable? That’s what ineffable means.”
    • “We imagine that without our stories and myths, we would be lost in a desperate void of meaninglessness and purposelessness. But meaninglessness and purposelessness are stories also.”
    • “All existence is sacred. The only thing that makes something not seem sacred is your idea about it.”
    • “Liberation is the freedom from being fixated in any point of view, whether limited or boundless.”
    • “Are your conclusions actually worthy of the immensity of life? Be delighted at how your conclusions can change your perception of life.”
    • “Verbal answers are the baby steps along the way. The real answer is the ineffable itself.”

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    Rabbi David A. Cooper - God Is a Verb: Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaism (Berkley, 1997). 334 pages.

    New scan. Searchable pdf (clearscan) with contents in bookmarks, accurate pagination and metadata, etc.

    Introductory book on Jewish kabbalah emphasizing its accessibility to contemporary spiritual seekers, regardless of religious background.

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    Since medieval times, the mystical tradition of Kabbalah was restricted to qualified men over forty - because it was believed that only the most mature and pious could grasp its complexity and profound, life-changing implications. More recently, Kabbalah nearly disappeared - as most of its practitioners perished in the Holocaust. In the national bestseller God Is a Verb, this powerful spiritual tradition, after centuries of secrecy and near-extinction, is explained clearly by one of its most prominent teachers.

    Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? How do we get there? These questions have fueled Kabbalists for nearly a millennium. Rabbi David A. Cooper is the first to bring this obscure and difficult tradition to a mainstream audience in a way that gently leads us to the heart of the subject, showing us how to transform profound teachings into a meaningful personal experience - and appreciate fully this great mystical process we know as God.

    Review

    "Rabbi Cooper opens wide the centuries-old treasure house of the Jewish tradition. This is a wise book...broad and accessible. It's one of those books that people will read a lot over the years" - Jack Kornfield, bestselling author of A Path with Heart

    "David Cooper's rich wisdom and practical exercises bring Judaism alive in an exciting new way." - Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., author of A Woman's Book of Life

    "Offers insight into the everyday practice of mystical Judaism...lively prose...a rewarding book." - Publishers Weekly

    "A superb, sensitive, and gentle guide." - Ram Dass, author of Be Here Now

    About the Author

    Rabbi David A. Cooper studied mystical Judaism in Jerusalem's Old City for more than eight years, and has authored several books on meditation, spiritual retreats, and Jewish mystical practice. He also recorded the bestselling audiotape series The Mystical Kabbalah, and along with his wife, Shoshana, directs the Heart of Stillness Hermitage near Boulder, Colorado. MsSVig

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    Book Description

    The second volume of a collection of works by the prominent Sufi mystic Hazrat Inayat Khan which expounds the Sufi philosophy of life. It shows the reader how and what this philosophy can contribute to the individual's spiritual and religious development.


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    http://www.amazon.com/Alchemy-Quest-Perfection-Izvor-Collect...

    Book Description

    Publication Date: February 1988 | Series: Izvor Collection

    Don't battle against your weaknesses and vices for it is they who will win: instead, learn to make them work for you. Jealousy, anger, covetousness and vanity can all be harnessed and put to work for whatever purpose you choose. Take the example of the forces of nature: electricity, the wind, waterfalls, thunderbolts... Now that man has learned to domesticate them and work with them, they have helped him to become rich. And yet, to begin with, they were hostile forces. You find it perfectly normal to use natural, physical forces so why be astonished at the idea of using your own primitive forces? Once you know the rules of spiritual alchemy you will be able to transform and use the negative forces that exist in such abundance within you.




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    http://www.amazon.com/The-Intimate-Ultimate-Vinoba-Bhave/dp/...



    Book Description

    Publication Date: April 22, 2004

    Widely regarded as Gandhi's spiritual successor, Vinoba Bhave continued Gandhi's work of spiritual and social enlightenment after his assassination, and became a beacon of hope to millions of impoverished Indian people. Saint, scholar, sage, social reformer and spiritual master, his radical activism was driven by his beliefs, and compassion was the inspiration for his social and economic reforms. He is best known for founding the Bhoodan or land-gift movement:?motivated by the plight of the landless poor, he walked all over India persuading wealthy landowners to part with a portion of their land. In all he collected over five million acres of land in gifts, which he redistributed to the poor. During this great journey, he talked about the relationship between the intimate self and the ultimate God. The Intimate and the Ultimate is a selected anthology of Vinoba's speeches and writings. it is an valuable guide for all seekers of truth, non-violence and wisdom, and for those who value quality above quantity, and wholeness above fragmentation. We are delighted to be able to reprint this book, and bring Vinoba's powerful message to a new generation.

    Editorial Reviews

    About the Author

    Satish Kumar is an internationally renowned speaker on ecological and spiritual issues. He lives in England, and is Editor of Resurgence magazine, Director of Programmes at Schumacher College and founder of the UK?Schumacher Society.


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    "Conquer the mind and you conquer the world." Guru Nanak

    A fascination look into human nature through the eyes of Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga, The Mind details the different parts of the mind and how they work together to create the individual personality, with all its survival mechanisms, reactions, insights and intellect. Yogi Bhajan’s teachings encourage you to befriend your mind, explore its inner workings, and make it your servant rather than your master.

    Select from 42 different meditations, including several meditations for the Artist within you. Increase your sensitivity with the meditation: Judging Environments through the Senses. Clear your psyche with the meditation: Deep Memory of a Past Projection. Clear the blocks to success with the meditation: Pursuing the Cycle of Success. These meditations work with the different aspects of your mind and your personality to clear the way for greater insight and intuition, deeper connection to your creative identity, and ultimately success through excellence. MsSVig

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    This Acupuncture Points Trainer CD-ROM provides an interactive training programme for all acupuncturists. Included are different training options for studying the names and locations of the acupuncture points on the twelve primary channels, the extraordinary vessels, as well as the extra points - a total of 419 acupuncture points. The CD-ROM stands on its own but is also a valuable additional learning resource for those who have purchased the Atlas of Acupuncture or the Flashcards by Claudia Focks.

       Superb surface anatomy colour photographs, on which the student can test themselves on the location and names of the acupuncture points through drag and drop exercises. Feedback is then given.
       Audio clips demonstrate how to pronounce the pin yin names of the points, and further self assessment questions test the student on which points should be used for which treatments.
       Choose what you want to learn - points can be organised in random succession, or by meridian or according to body region.
       Complete photo archive of 419 points is accessible at any time. MsSVig

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    TheOccult.Bz Exclusive - No Waiting Times

    Marcus Katz - Tarosophy - Tarot to Engage Life, Not Escape It

    I have Removed the DRM from the original AZW file and converted it to PDF, HTMLZ, EPUB & MOBI Using Calibre's Software, I was unsatisfied by the PDF's output so i included the other formats which i feel are more enjoyable to Read. I myself cannot say if the book is worth reading as of yet for i just purchased and converted it.

    Enjoy!

    Amazon Description

    Book Description
    Publication Date: May 28, 2013
    Based upon 30 years of studying, reading and teaching tarot, more than 10,000 face-to-face readings and extensive research in the field, Marcus Katz successfully combines academic rigour with invaluable practical experience and breathtaking originality in Tarosophy: Tarot to Engage Life, Not Escape It.
    Suitable for all tarot readers – from absolute beginners to experienced professionals – Tarosophy is written in three sections:

    * basic tarot in a new light for the beginning Tarosophist;
    * intermediate tarot in a magical light for the enquiring Tarosophist; and
    * advanced tarot in a spiritual light for the progressive Tarosophist.

    From terminology and technique, to reading and spreads, inner work and trees, Tarosophy encapsulates the wisdom of tarot as a living, divine art and science; a dynamic interface between awareness and appearance, and a system to observe, tie and untie the ‘secret knots’ that bind the world.

    With 50 unique exercises, in excess of 50 illustrations, extensive footnotes, and detailed reading lists, there are more new tarot ideas on any given page of Tarosophy than in some entire texts on the subject.

    Accessible, sensible and practical, leading tarot teachers, scholars and authors around the world agree that Tarosophy is a major contribution to the tarot tradition.


    Amazon Review:

    By Theresa Reed
    Formataperback
    This is not your average tarot book. And it certainly is no "Tarot for Dummies".

    In fact, I am going to start off by saying that this book took me a lot longer to get through than most tarot books that I own. I'm a fast reader but this one demanded that I slow down and take my time. (The only other tarot books that have affected me that way were Jodorowsky's "The Way of the Tarot" and "Forest of Souls" by Rachel Pollack.)

    Tarosophy by Marcus Katz strives to be a complete tarot book that covers exercises from beginner to advanced student with a section in the back for professionals. Packing that much into one book does run the risk of being a "jack of all trades, master of none" but the author manages to put together a pretty good book.

    The beginner's section starts out with basic information such as how to choose your deck, preparing to read, an intro to Kabbalah (a simple but effective technique brings this home beautifully), archetypes, spreads and more. Just this section alone would have merited one book in itself but the author manages to get all this information in and make it digestible.

    The intermediate and advanced section is where the average tarot reader may feel a bit lost. Here, the author delves into some pretty heavy stuff - from a 7 day ritual, to triads, 3D spreads, meditations, the natal chart, NLP techniques, deeper Kabbalah and more. This is not for lightweights. And some of the techniques presented may not be of interest for every tarot reader either. (For example, I would not be interested in doing a Thoth based ritual - but fans of that deck may be enthusiastic for something of that nature.)

    I was impressed with some of the exercises presented in the book. In fact, a few worked very well (Living the Archetypes, generating your own keywords, Inner Guide meditation, merging the cards, and the fun Haiku method!). Tarot readers who are hungry for innovative exercises will love that part.

    Many chapters finish with suggested reading lists that may encourage the reader to go even deeper in their tarot studies. The book is rigorously researched with scrupulous footnotes throughout - it's obvious that the author put a lot of effort (and love) into making sure that no stone was left unturned in this book.

    I was especially fond of the appendix in the back geared towards tarot professionals - here the author shines brightly with a chapter titled "Half Your Market Think That You Are Evil". The information presented is solid and generously full of practical advice that will be of good use for any tarot pro. There is also a section on Tarot Law but this is written for a United Kingdom audience (the author is British). (If you are looking for legal advice for your country, you will need to consult your own lawyer to be sure you are following the proper legal guidelines.)

    A fun but pragmatic "Top Tarot Tweet Tips" finishes off the book with sensible tidbits of wisdom that all readers will appreciate (my favorite: small glass picture pebbles to hold down your cards when reading outdoors!).

    Some people may be put off by the overall tone of the book, which leans towards dry and scholarly. Also, if you are looking for a basic book that will give you the meanings of the cards with simple spreads, this is not the book for you. If you are a practical reader with an interest in common sense advice applications of tarot, this book won't be for you either. "Tarosophy" is best suited for the serious tarot student with an esoteric mindset.

    Although this book may not be a general tarot guide, it WILL make you a better tarot reader if you are willing to plug away. It's not an easy read but for those who need a tarot challenge, this is the one you've been waiting for.

    (And although I enjoyed the book, I am giving it 4 stars because I feel that this book is not for everyone - absolute beginners will be overwhelmed and those who want a simple guide may be disappointed.)
    MsSVig

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    Dharma Publishing - Crystal Mirror Volume 1 (1971)

    Nyingma Transmission to the West


    From the Introduction:

    This is the first issue of a new periodical of the Tibetan Nyingmapa Meditation Center of Berkeley, California. We have therefore tried to include the background of the center, its present activities, and future plans. We hope that this publication will serve as a means of communication between the Center and the community and as a source of information for those interested in Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan culture.

    In future issues we plan to include a series of articles on the most famous gurus, siddhas, and pandits of Tibet and India. 108 pages.

    Uploader Note:

    This was the first Volume of the periodicals produced by Dharma Publishing on behalf of the Tibetan Nyingmapa Meditation Center of Berkeley, California. Each volume included articles from Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche and often included articles by H.V. Guenther and translations from such Nyingma luminaries as Mipham and Longchenpa.

    When I first became interested in the Dharma in 1973, these were some of my earliest introductions to Tibetan Buddhism. I always appreciated the clear language used in these publications.

    In this issue, some details about lineage are included, and an overview of the Nyingma view and activities of the newly established centre in the West.
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    Dharma Publishing - Crystal Mirror Volume 2 (1972)

    Introduction to the Nyingma Lineage


    This was the second Volume of the periodicals produced by Dharma Publishing on behalf of the Tibetan Nyingmapa Meditation Center of Berkeley, California. 92 pages.

    In this issue:

    Translations:
      The Vajra Guru Mantra
      The Teaching of the Essential Point in Three Words

    Philosophy
      Fact and Fiction in the Experience of Being
      Judgement
      Skillful Means
      Entering the Mandala

    There are also many wonderful images from this tradition, many by Glen Eddy.
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    Crystal Mirror Volume 1 may be found here:
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    Crystal Mirror Volume 9 may be found here:
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    Dharma Publishing - Crystal Mirror Volume 3 (1974)

    Buddhist Thought and Practice


    This was the third Volume of the periodicals produced by Dharma Publishing on behalf of the Tibetan Nyingmapa Meditation Center of Berkeley, California. 137 pages.

    In this issue:

    Mind is the Root - Mipham
    On Thoughts - Tarthang Tulku
    The Life Story of Shakyamuni Buddha
    The Self-Image - Tathang Tulku
    A Look into the Sky-like Mirror - Mipham
    Transmuting Energies through Breath
    Western Psychology Meets Tibetan Buddhism
    sKum Nye Relaxation
    Mind and Feelings
    Early Forms of Tibetan Buddhism - H V Guenther
    Situational Patterning: Pratityasamutpada - Steven D Goodman
    Kun-gzhi: The Positiveness of Being - Lawrence Gruber
    Mantra
    Studying the Dharma
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    Crystal Mirror Volume 2 may be found here:
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    Crystal Mirror Volume 9 may be found here:
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    Dharma Publishing - Crystal Mirror Volume 4 (1976)

    Guru Padmasambhava and Buddhism in Tibet


    This was the fourth Volume of the periodicals produced by Dharma Publishing on behalf of the Tibetan Nyingmapa Meditation Center of Berkeley, California. 289 pages.

    In this issue:

    The Life and Liberation of Padmashambhava
    The Twenty-five Disciples of Padmasambhava
    Buddhism in Tibet: The Early Chronicles
    The Natural Freedom of Mind - Longchenpa, tr H V Guenther
    Bringing the Teachings Alive - Tarthang Tulku
      Meditation
      Watching the Watcher
      The Enlightenment Mind
      Shunyata
      Dream Practice
    Tibet: The Land, People and Culture - Tarthang Tulku
    A Tibetan Buddhist Looks at Christianity - Lama Anagarika Govinda
    Pilgrims and Monasteries in the Himalayas - Lama Anagarika Govinda

    There are also many wonderful images from this tradition, many by Glen Eddy.
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    Crystal Mirror Volume 2 may be found here:
    http://theoccult.bz/details.php?id=44536

    Crystal Mirror Volume 3 may be found here:
    http://theoccult.bz/details.php?id=44537

    Crystal Mirror Volume 9 may be found here:
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    Dharma Publishing - Crystal Mirror Volume 5 (1991)

    Lineage of Diamond Light


    This was the fifth Volume of the periodicals produced by Dharma Publishing on behalf of the Tibetan Nyingmapa Meditation Center of Berkeley, California. 426 pages.

    In this issue:

    The Early Development of Buddhism in India
    The Later Development of Buddhism in India
    The Development of Buddhism in Tibet
    The Vajrayana Lineages in Tibet
    Transmission Lineages
    rNying-ma Monasteries in Tibet
    A Time Line of Western and Buddhist Civilizations
    Now That I come to Die - Longchenpa
    How Samsara is Fabricated from the Ground of Being - Longchenpa

    There are also many wonderful images in this volume.
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    Crystal Mirror Volume 2 may be found here:
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    Crystal Mirror Volume 3 may be found here:
    http://theoccult.bz/details.php?id=44537

    Crystal Mirror Volume 4 may be found here:
    http://theoccult.bz/details.php?id=44538

    Crystal Mirror Volume 9 may be found here:
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    Swimming With The Whale

    by Daniel Joseph
    Publisherd by Xlibris Corporation, 2012
    ISBN 978-1-4771-3971-4



    Swimming With The Whale is a spiritually uplifting journey into the mystical teachings and practices of Daskalos and the Researchers of Truth; which are important both in terms of what is being revealed; as well as the exact timing of world conditions in which it was chosen to be revealed. You won’t find this kind of all-inclusive information in spiritual books commonly available today. For over 2000 years, these teachings have mostly been kept hidden from the public, but at this time it is permitted to reveal more. MsSVig

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    Panayiota Theotoki-Atteshli - Archangelic Attunement [1 CD - 2 MP3]

    01 - Introduction & Prayer

    02 - Meditation



    Duration: 50 Minutes

    This is a very powerful archangelic attunement meditation by Panayiota Theotoki-Atteshli, the daughter of the Christian mystic, Stylianos Atteshlis - better known as "Daskalos".

    In her introduction, Panayiota discusses how to recognise the different archangelic energies and use them for healing purposes.

    This is the first CD in Panayiota's, The Gates To the Light series.

    The meditation is also in her book, Gates to the Light.

    It's so powerful that I was listening to the introduction as I prepared this torrent and had to turn it off as I went into an altered state just from the vibrations of Panayiota's voice and couldn't type for 5 minutes afterwards.

    It sounds silly, I know, but that's what just happened.

    I hope it affects you as powerfully.

    Enjoy! :-)

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    Performer: Panayiota Atteshli
    Accompaniment: Panayiota Atteshli
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    Case Studies on Pattern Identification
    by Jiao Shu-De



    Case study literature is widely regarded as one of the most useful tools for education and clinical development in the field of Chinese medicine. However, few English case study resources truly illustrate the successes and failures of highly-skilled practitioners, and thus many such books fail to be truly useful in the clinic. By contrast, Paradigm's new case study text by Jiao Shu-De represents a breakthrough in high-quality case study literature. Dr. Jiao is one of the most well-respected and well-known Chinese medical practitioners of the modern era. His extensive knowledge and profound clinical experience has been an inspiration to generations of modern Chinese students, and his collected works provide tremendous insight into medicinal therapy, formulas, and case-based treatment approaches. As the third and final publication in the series, this case study volume provides a fascinating insight into the clinical thought processes of one of the few true modern masters of our time. Dr. Jiao is a senior practitioner and educator in China with unparalleled clinical experience. In this text, he documents a variety of cases that cover nearly every specialty field in Chinese medicine. Each case provides an in-depth patient history, and each patient is diagnosed and treated using the principle of pattern identification to determine treatment. Readers will see Dr. Jiao's thought process as he correlates symptoms, identifies patterns, determines the treatment method, selects and modifies formulas, integrates biomedicine, and tracks the patient's progress. While students will benefit from this case-based approach to education, experienced practitioners will gain new insights from the sophisticated approach that Dr. Jiao utilizes. Already a classic in China, this long-awaited text fills a clinical niche that makes it an essential addition to the library of all serious practitioners MsSVig

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