Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621), a Jesuit as well as a leading theologian of the Counter-Reformation, had an enormous effect on the religious life of his age. Here are two of his most influential ascetical works: The Mind's Ascent to God, written in the tradition of Bonaventure and John Climacus, and The Art of Dying Well.
Memoirs and happenings of life in central New Jersey begins in the 1930’s drawing the reader to look at the good old days. The non-fiction stories show a picture of family living in the small town of Jamesburg. Included in the collection are innovative humorous chapters about the ever-loved situations of the Mr. and the Mrs., holiday pieces that introduce the Christmas Mouse and Mr. Snowman. These stories have delighted her faithful supporters for over 20 years. Many pieces include a Norwegian accent and an assortment of writing styles. Recalling the past proves nostalgia is worth saving, worth the surprise.
I have been guided to work mainly with the earth vibrations, the things that go unseen in our busy daily lives. I find that being in nature, laying on your back watching the clouds, watching the bees on a lavender bush, or really listening to birdsong can raise my vibrations to allow me to enter a meditative state. I have used nature in my guided meditations, to allow you to capture these things. To raise your vibrations and allow your own inner selves to take over; taking you to a higher level of consciousness. I have also included a few of my poems and muses' which are of a spiritual nature. I hope you enjoy my small contribution to the light work that is taking place all around the world. THANKS I would like to give my thanks to my wonderful teacher Carrie, who has been an inspiration to me through my struggle to become more spiritual.
Evelyn Underhill has said that "every religion looks for, and most have possessed, some revealer of the Spirit." In Invincible Spirits Felicity Leng presents wise, inspiring words from brilliant women who have been the revealers of their times. Many silent and forgotten voices throughout history come back to life in this sparkling collection of spiritual writings. From a ninth-century mother in France writing a poignant self-help book for her estranged son, to a modern-day social campaigner in New York, Invincible Spirits is full of reflections on classic themes and questions in the search for a deeper experience of God. Some writers -- Julian of Norwich, Teresa of Avila, Christina Rossetti,...