Children of the Living God who are asleep must be awakened and set free from the shackles of lies false prophets are using to ensnare them. Through The Holy Spirit, I hope to free my brothers and sisters who have been held captive, brainwashed, and indoctrinated by false prophets in their institutional churches.
Meet Melinda Deir-Boyette
Find the Courage To Go After Your Dreams With the Assurance That God is Cheering You On.
Have you ever had a little spark, an idea come screaming into your mind that left you feeling excited, encouraged, full of hope, and alove for life? But then, before you ever have a chance to entertain it, you talk yourself out of it, losing your hope before you even get started.
You’re not alone. Hope lives here in these pages. You will soak in these Christian stories of faith and resilience by Katie Evans, a new LDS author. Through Katie’s unique and miraculous experience of moving her family to live literally right next door to Disney World, you will come to know how God wants you to have what you want…even the crazy dreams of going to Disney World every day.
If you want to see a miraculous story unfold that will inspire you to turn your dreams into reality and learn how hope overcomes fear, this is the book you’ve been waiting for.
Read this book and unlock encouragement and hope today.
Harness the Power of Your Subconscious Mind
Challenge Your Limiting Beliefs
Become the Person You Imagine Yourself to Be
For millennia we have been conditioned to believe the world is a certain way. Have you ever wondered why you believe what you believe?
Are you living your truth, or have you been programmed with other people’s illusions?
Your subconscious mind is all-knowing and all-powerful, but it is a follower. It seeks direction. If it doesn’t get it from you, it is open to suggestion from others.
Who would you be, without limiting beliefs?
Join me on a journey to explore the possibilities of raising a child with more empowering beliefs than negative ones.
Beginning with the belief that we are perfection at conception, and our beliefs are formed by our perception of our experiences, how would you optimize the prenatal stage?
The odd chapters of this book demonstrate the extraordinary mind of an ordinary child, Elias, raised with empowering beliefs.
The even chapters begin with an NLP/Hypnosis pilot program for military trainees, designed by Dr. Anders Starkstrom, to prevent PTSD and other emotional issues. The cadets learn how to reorganize their minds to clear up past traumas, produce a healthy body, and achieve any goal they desire.
Starkstrom and one of the cadets are mysteriously attracted to each other. Their night together results in an unexpected pregnancy. Cadet Truly Murphy, a career-oriented person with lofty military aspirations, has no desire to be pregnant or raise a child. Her religious beliefs further complicate the situation.
Starkstrom is a widowed father of two adult children who have decided not to have children of their own. With the prospect of no grandchildren, he welcomes the opportunity to raise the child.
Truly reveals that her mother, Christine Murphy, has breast cancer. Starkstrom agrees to treat her with complementary techniques.
This book is a compendium of Mental Science practices and beliefs.
In it you will find:
- What hypnosis and NLP are, and how you can use them to your benefit.
- How your subconscious mind controls your health.
- How your beliefs are formed.
- A different concept of God, sin, Heaven and Hell.
- How past traumas still affect your health today.
- What role do emotions play in your health?
No matter who you are or what you believe. Every reader of this book will take something different from it and find something unique within its pages.
Athena is born at the wrong time, to the wrong parents, . Her parents are Greek immigrants trying to find their way in America. Athena bounces between two countries, two cultures, eating Greek eyeball stew and lamb’s brain on the one hand, and ice cream cones with sprinkles on the other.
Humorously told, Athena must survive her vicious mother, a shaming nun, bullying classmates, and an abusive babysitter. Her mother blames Athena for the family’s troubles and Athena comforts herself by sneaking Greek delicacies. In Greek culture you’re supposed to be pretty and skinny, basically perfect. She is neither of these things. Things go from bad to worse and Athena is sent away to a school for disturbed kids.
Athena’s only hope is to break free from her mother’s explosive volatility and smothering vice grip. She finds support along the way from an unlikely lot of total strangers, including a Portuguese family, an art teacher, a psychic granny, gang members, and a hooker. Without them Athena doesn’t stand a chance. But will she take the final leap and flee up north before her mother destroys her?
Pete Kennedy knew as a child that he was not being served. Growing up in Kingston, Jamaica, he was looking for a leader but couldn’t find one. A distant father, being low-income, surrounded by crime, all of these factors pushed Pete down a path he might not have traveled if he had better direction. Pete Kennedy chronicles his life choices based on what he never had: real leadership. When a Man Loves is a captivating story about a young Jamaican man navigating the world without much-needed guidance. This story is one man’s journey navigating masculinity and all the traps it sets. Pete Kennedy witnessed how men have failed in their culture, their families, and themselves without it. He saw it with his own eyes. Selling drugs, joining gangs, and endless affairs, Pete walks on the wild side. Until one day, he knew he had to stop. Part memoir, part self-development, When a Man Loves illustrates how men can learn how to be leaders and untangle themselves from society’s toxic expectations. Through travel and therapy, Pete discovers how to live an honest, connected life. Within these pages, Pete shows us how to become the leaders we all have inside of us and how to set ourselves up for success. We learn what the MUST, SHOULD, COULDs are of our lives, and how to live a life of love through leadership. Pete teaches us to apply leadership in every facet of our lives: our families, friendships, and careers.
Learn from a trauma psychologist the wisdom of real people challenged with the task of overcoming severe adversity. Integrating their insights into a complete picture of the human experience Ernie L. Vecchio reveals a developmental understanding of how adversity becomes an opportunity for self-correction, growth, and healing. By acknowledging that the human ego is only one-third of a larger system, people learn not only what is observing their life, but why and where it is intending for them to go. The problem is we’re stuck in between life as it is and life as intended with whatever the ego considers interference. But there is good news, a unifying intelligence within everyone that wants nothing more than to liberate our fullest expression. Bringing continuity to how this unfolds, we learn there are ten absolute truths of being human.
The process begins with a logical and sensible path to emotional maturity – we are what happens first. All humans are spiritual beings born into a psychological world (first premise). You are human (second premise). Therefore, you are psychospiritual. In this context, giving station to what we are in the beginning means we no longer have to be at the mercy of a misguided ego. What follows is a reciprocal relationship with the self and all of life. More than reducing people to their strengths and weaknesses, Vecchio proposes that every human being is a hopeful expectation for the future. He reminds that the path forward has always been inward. Often called the road less traveled, he provides people with a pragmatic and reliable Map to Becoming.
He states, “Some have said that when the ego’s interference is removed, it is analogous to being able to see in the dark.” Offering people a clear understanding of ‘human angst’ he clarifies that we can learn to convert obstacles into motivational fuel. By giving station to our full navigational abilities, we become invigorated to live in the present moment. We become an inspiration for each other simply by the way we carry ourselves in the world. The meaningfulness of life returns when feelings and reason (a faculty of consciousness) are aligned. Often ignored, he proposes there is an evolving wisdom in our subjective experiences but we must have some form of an inner life to interpret them. Becoming a study of one, we develop a growing and dynamic perspective for the love of wisdom (i.e. philosophy), which brings this intelligence to the surface. What follows is a natural inclination to pay it forward. Having a clear understanding of the past and a deep appreciation for the present, we develop an optimistic view of the future. True authenticity is the simultaneous realization of hindsight, insight, and foresight, a form of vision that is proof-positive of a life lived awake.
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Introverted, intuitive healer, Jada “Jey” Grey has nothing left to lose. After all, her skills and knowledge couldn’t save her mother from a manmade virus. Set in 2071, with the heat index reaching crippling levels on Earth, Jey is barely coping. But when she stumbles upon an opportunity to launch from Earth, she feels compelled to go.
The mission—to create a new colony on an unexplored exoplanet—fits right in with Jey’s dreams. Her friendship with a clairvoyant child onboard the ship, her growing empathic abilities, and her attempts at love spark an unfamiliar hope.
But when a rival corporation sabotages their ship, and their target planet is a wasteland, Jey must set aside her old self-destructive patterns and take a leap into a new way of being—and seeing. Her connection to the seeds and plants changes everything. Can she convince the other colonists that her clairvoyant vision is exactly what they need?
“Engaging, positive, uplifting with a good story. The kind of book I like to read but is so difficult to find.” —Andrew, Goodreads
“I loved this story of Jey and her journey out to the stars and in to her self at the same time… I particularly like the writing style, the language, and how the dialogue felt true to the characters who were speaking. As a first novel it was outstanding.” — Elissa Matthews, author of Where the River Bends
“I loved this book from the instant I began reading it… Seeds of Change features a solid narrative arc, tiptoes between genres of fantasy, dystopian fiction, and sci-fi, clean smooth-flowing language that drew me in from start to finish, and, ultimately, some really nice feel-good vibes. A very enjoyable read!” — Angela Panayotopulos, author of The Wake Up