Free religion and spirituality Kindle books for 11 Aug 17

This Eternal Journey: Reflections on love, pain, mysteries and the whole damn thing.

by Denise A Nisbet PhD

Here’s a book that is fun and easy to read. As you take a trip down the years with Denise you see how she learned the deep meaning of life, how simple it is, and yet how profound. She began, she says, as an ‘ordinary girl’ but learned through love, pain and a few miracles, that no-one is ordinary. The Dalai Lama explains the difference between things we can sense and measure, and ‘extremely hidden phenomena’ which can only be accessed through our first-person experience or the first-person testimony of others. So Denise wrote this book to share her first person testimony with you, to show that we are star dust, creatures of heaven, eternal beings, and we can learn to live now in that place of lightness and joy.

Synchronicity as Signpost (Curving Trail Series Book 1)

by T. Mullen

Synchronous ‘signposts’ can clue us in to important people and events about to enter our lives, remind us of our core interests, improve our decision making, and help us to balance our work with doing what we love. This short book is filled with anecdotes from throughout the world that highlight the importance of paying attention when a coincidence makes us shake our head in surprise. Psychologist Carl Jung first used the term synchronicity to describe meaningful coincidences, events in which people and events fall into our lives with serendipity. By paying closer attention to these events, we can use them to learn more about ourselves, as well as for self improvement.

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The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity

by Rudolf Steiner

Of all of his works, The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity is the one that Steiner himself believed would have the longest life and the greatest spiritual and cultural consequences. It was written as a phenomenological account of the results of observing the human soul according to the methods of natural science. This seminal work asserts that free spiritual activity – understood as the human ability to think and act independently of physical nature – is the suitable path for human beings today to gain true knowledge of themselves and of the universe.

Psychological Thriller A Novel: Dangerous Mind: (A Psychological Thriller Full of Suspense SPECIAL STORY INCLUDED)

by Adam Greyson

Everything seems fine when Joshua moves his family out to the country. Thinking it was what his wife meant when she said she wanted to start a new life. Samantha doesn’t like the fact that her husband has moved her family away from everyone they know. Things go from bad to worse when Joshua hears a voice in his head the first night at the house. The voice making him do things he doesn’t want to do, his marriage is crumpling quickly when the dog goes missing and the only one not concerned about the dog is Joshua himself. Samantha catches on quickly that he’s acting strange but only sees that he is changing from the man he use to be into a man she despises. No one knows the deep, harsh, thoughts that are going through Joshua’s head. At least not

The Secret Remote Prayer

by Ruel Fordyce

A true story dazzling in powerful simplicity and riveting imagery that takes the reader on a journey to reversing life’s unfortunate circumstances. Lush, evocative and deeply humane the story stands as an eternal testament to the life changing power of remote prayer.

Jean is an esteemed lady of spirituality and has been secretly performing remote prayers. Her son Jim was on a missionary trip when he encountered a near death experience but when Jean’s spiritual connection alerts her to the fact that her son is in dire need of an intervention she performs a secret remote prayer that reverses his situation. Sixteen years later during a spiritual enlightenment exercise, Jim discovers the activity along with three scientific studies, which leads him to re-examine his own religious beliefs. His journey into the unknown begins when he re-examines his near death experience that occurred sixteen years prior and other moments when remote prayer reversed unfortunate circumstances in his life. In the height of his journey he experiences a vision of spiritual symbols, which becomes the focal point towards understanding the key principles that can reverse life’s unfortunate circumstances.


by Matt Peplinski

There is material out there for how to perform meditations, qigong exercises, rituals, spells, and pretty much anything else in the esoteric realm that one could imagine. Every expert that comes along will tell you what you need to do and how to do it. But what nobody really talks about is what you should not do. And that’s the focus of Matt’s book. It fills that hole, it is entirely about what not to do. And it’s about time somebody wrote a book with that as their focus.
Some of the spiritual practices being taught out there can be quite dangerous if practiced incorrectly. Meditation, qigong, yoga, martial arts, rituals, spells – they can all have serious effects that are completely unintended by the practitioner. This doesn’t mean that the material itself should be avoided. It means that it should be handled with great care, and only by people trained to handle it. For example, a surgeon removing an appendix is consid-ered a routine and low-risk surgery. However, someone without proper medical training and equipment that at-tempted to remove someone’s appendix would be under-taking an extremely high-risk and dangerous endeavour. Spiritual practices are no different. They can be safe, low-risk, and routine if you are properly trained and supervised. If not, then the results have the potential to be quite devastating and long-lasting.
When a book spends hundreds of pages on how to do something, and one paragraph on a generic warning along the lines of advising you to consult your doctor first (who likely isn’t qualified to give advice on spiritual practices in the first place), it is being extremely irrespon-sible and disingenuine.
Matt’s book flips this whole concept upside-down. The majority of the book is about what not to do and why you shouldn’t do it. Only after, does he begin to explain some safe practices that you can undertake.

John Varan, Qigong teacher(,
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This book provides a very in-depth look at kundalini, yoga, meditation and spiritual energies from both a western scientific perspective and an esoteric perspective. You’ll learn how to not only awaken your kundalini but how to do it in a safe way. You’ll also learn several techniques that will allow you to avoid what’s called “Kundalini Psychosis” a very serious set of symptoms that might come from overzealous meditation. It’s also a very indepth scientific explorations of tantra and tantric techniques.
This book also provides numerous case studies of kundalini awakening and various evidence-based theories on the kundalini experience.
In this book you’ll learn the answers to these questions:
What is a chakra?
What is spiritual energy? What is kundalini energy?
What is spiritual enlightenment from a mystical perspective?
What is spiritual enlightenment from a western scientific perspective?
What have peer-reviewed studies said about kundalini and spiritual enlightenment?
How can meditation cause psychosis? And how can I prevent that?
How to awaken my chakras?
You’ll learn the answers to all these questions in this book.

THE MONASTERY & THE ABBOT (Illustrated Edition): The Tales from the Benedictine Sources

by Walter Scott

“The Monastery: A Romance” is one of Scott’s Tales from Benedictine Sources and is set in the time of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the Elizabethan period. The action is centered on the Monastery of Kennaquhair, probably based on Melrose Abbey in south east Scotland, on the River Tweed. At this time, circa 1550, the Scottish Reformation is just beginning, and the monastery is in peril. A love story is interwoven as the Glendinning boys fall in love with Mary Avenel. Edward ends up becoming a monk, and Halbert finally marries Mary, after service with the Earl of Murray.
“The Abbot” is the second of Scott’s Tales from Benedictine Sources and a sequel to “The Monastery”. The story follows the fortunes of certain characters Scott introduced in The Monastery, but it also introduces new characters such as Roland Graeme. It is concerned mainly with Queen Mary’s imprisonment at Loch Leven Castle in 1567, her escape, and her defeat. Parallel to this is the romance of Roland Graeme, a dim-witted but spirited youth. He is brought up at the castle of Avenel by Mary Avenel and her husband, Halbert Glendinning. Roland is sent by the Regent Murray to be page to Mary Stuart with directions to guard her. He falls in love with Catherine Seyton, who is one of the ladies-in-waiting to the queen. He is found later to be the heir to Avenel. Edward Glendinning, the brother of Halbert, is the abbot of the title, the last abbot of the monastery described in the preceding novel.
Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) was a Scottish historical novelist, playwright and poet.

Reveal The SuperHuman Inside You (The inside power Book 1)

by Abhinav Bhardwaj

Have you seen peoples around you doing miracles, became successful very fast, get whatever
they want to. Do you wanna know how they do so?, Read this book, In this book there is so any live examples and the reason how they able to do.
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Bizarre Horror Stories: Weird Accounts Of Swamp Monsters, Yowies, Trolls & Other Strange Creatures (Unexplained Encounters Book 2)

by Max Mason Hunter

Wierd Accounts of Swamp Monsters, Yowies, Trolls, and Other Strange Creaturesâ?¦

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There are horror stories, and then there are bizarre horror stories. The kind that really makes you scratch your head after reading them, and inspire you to utter the poignantly plaintive refrain, “What the hell was that all about?” These stories of Trolls, Leprechauns, and Robot Aliens serve to remind us that the realm of the unknown is not just scary, it is often downright bizarre…

Just consider the tale of the family beset upon by a strange gnome-like entity in Southern California. There is no apparent rhyme or reason as to why these strange creatures may enter into our lives, but when they do, the ball is in their court, and they deliver their bizarre narrative strictly on their own terms.

We didn’t know that hidden realms of microbes, bacteria and viruses existed in direct concert with our daily life until we invented the microscope, perhaps something similar could be said about these bizarre intrusions as well. Perhaps there is some as of yet, hidden dimension from which the unimaginable occasionally emerges.

Just as man broke down the barrier that separated us from viewing the microscopic world, maybe someday we will invent a means of breaking through to this reality as well.

Until then, we will just have to enjoy the hair raising accounts of those who have been lucky (or unlucky) enough to bump into these other worldly denizens, resulting in some of the most bizarre horror stories you have ever heard…

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  • Bizarre Horror Stories: The Real Meaning of “Trolling”
  • Bizarre Horror Stories: Mass Migration of the Chupacabra
  • Bizarre Horror Stories: Discourse on Skunk Apes and Swamp Slobs
  • Bizarre Horror Stories: Killer Yard Gnome Terrorizes Family
  • Bizarre Horror Stories: Attacked by a Pack of Werewolves
  • Bizarre Horror Stories: Encounters with Extraterrestrial Robots
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