Religion & Spirituality
Review:I would give this a 4.5, but since I can’t I have decided to round down because the card descriptions are way too long for my liking. Some of them are 3 pages long. And I don’t think the “message” comes off entirely clear for each card. While the artwork, both front and back are beautiful, I was really looking for oracle cards that had clear messages. I don’t think these do. It’s Too wishy washy for my liking, the “meanings” and descriptions. And I find that a lot of the meanings of the cards ar... Read more
Review:Read this Book! It truly can change your life!
I just loved the message in this book and I hope many others will get a copy. It's a wonderful thing to realize that our thoughts hold so much power for positive change and that we DO have a choice in what we draw to us and the people in our lives. I think we humans have built-in 'forgetters' that we can alter our attitudes/thoughts/action; I know it was a good reminder for me. Another great thing about this book is that I believe it could be... Read more
Review:Best. Book. Ever. I'm not a reader but once I started it I couldn't put it down. I read the whole thing in one sitting. Short chapters and very easy to understand. This book brought a lot of things into perspective. Read more
Review:it was a gift to a friend that i felt would be inspirational.
i love all of Dan Millmas books and have met him and he is a humble servant of the earth school and this book is a beautiful
example of this ...joy Read more
Review:I had to stop reading this text 70 pages in due to how dissatisfied I was with the experience of reading it. The presentation of the author's thoughts was so poorly organized and the writing suffered from a serious lack of flow & cohesion. I do in fact possess an awareness of the conceptualizations the author was writing about - but again the execution and presentation of the material made it an uncomfortable and unsatisfying reading experience. I found myself reading 5-10 page at a time ... Read more
Review:By far this is the best translation of the The Great Liberation by Hearing in the Intermediate States (bar do thos grol chen mo). To have the full text is a huge added value. What people usually call "The Tibetan Book of the Dead" in other translations is the translation of just one chapter called "The Great Liberation by Hearing" of a bigger text. Were it becomes important to have the whole translation is that there is a lot of relevant information in terms of understanding the process of death... Read more
Review:About the Book:
In this uplifting book, Holley Gerth invites readers to sit down with her to be filled with the strength, peace, and joy that come from God's promises to us. Each of the 52 devotions based on the Psalms will help weary women remember that God is good and we're all in this together. Whether it's a bad hair day or a broken heart, Holley offers hope and encouragement to get us through whatever life brings.
Women need that kind of encouragement because we all have hard ... Read more
Review:I felt a bit stupid reading these, I'll admit; there were a lot of initial similarities to Twilight. But in my opinion the characters were much deeper and there were some interesting prose and writing that just absolutely stands out; it's beautiful and the imagery is rich and satisfying. Grace and Sam, Cole and Isabel, their relationship dynamics are interesting and evoke a range of emotions. Seeing the characters suffer and grow is a big part of what's good about this series. Were there flaws, ... Read more
Review:Because we love "The Four Agreements" we knew we could trust this little book would live up to our expectation. I purchased it as a "I love you" surprise, no occasion gift for my husband. He first introduced me to Miguel Ruiz Jr. 15 years ago and The Four Agreements have become by book to live by, so when opportunity happens I will read The Mastery of Self. Read more