Your Life in Color Empowering Your Soul with the Energy of Color

Spellcasting for Beginners: A Simple Guide to Magical Practice by Michael Furie
Your Life in Color: Empowering Your Soul with the Energy of Color by Dougall Fraser
The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine
Integrative Preaching: A Comprehensive Model for Transformational Proclamation by Kenton C. Anderson
Unconditional Equality : Gandhi’s Religion of Resistance

Spellcasting for Beginners: A Simple Guide to Magical Practice by Michael Furie

English | December 8, 2012 | ISBN: 0738733091 | EPUB | 264 pages | 4 MB

Learn the Fundamental Skills of Magical Practice
Explore how to bring love, money, healing, blessings, and more into your life with over seventy simple spells and rituals. This easy-to-use, essential guide provides a comprehensive introduction to magical techniques.
Learn the basics of spellcasting: timing, correspondence, discipline, intent, projection, grounding, and more in this practical manual. From candles, crystals, and charms to witch bottles, gems, and cords, you’ll study the many forms and tools of magic. You’ll even attain knowledge on how to design your own spells in this accessible guide for the beginning witch.
Spellcasting for Beginners provides everything you need to know about magical practice with clear, concise instruction. Create a basic altar for solitary practice, experiment with nature-based magic, and discover the many uses of potions, recipes, and natural ingredients for your spells. Your witch’s training will be an enjoyable and enlightening experience as you take part in the magical heritage of the craft.

Your Life in Color: Empowering Your Soul with the Energy of Color by Dougall Fraser

English | April 25th, 2017 | ASIN: B01N4X7IMI, ISBN: 1401951686 | 172 Pages | EPUB | 1.68 MB

Whether you are heading out to an important job interview or a pivotal first date, feeling empowered, confident, and ready are the key elements to success.
Internationally renowned psychic and cosmic life coach Dougall Fraser draws from years of experience and observation to create a guide for utilizing the innate strength of colors in conjunction with your individual self. From white to gold to emerald green, every color has qualities that you can consciously draw strength and purpose from in order to support you in achieving your highest goals and dreams.
Fraser explores each key color’s unique spiritual and practical qualities, providing insight into its history and shadow sides, real-world personal and professional anecdotes, and exercises and inspiration to evoke each color’s maximum power. His step-by-step plan will help you to integrate color energy into your daily life, from the inside out.
Unlock the full magnitude of your soul’s potential by letting its true colors shine bold and bright!

The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine

English | July 5th, 2013 | ASIN: B00A3IR12Y, ISBN: 1602067457, 153366966X | 207 Pages | EPUB | 2.37 MB

“Of all the tyrannies that affect mankind, tyranny in religion is the worst,” declared Thomas Paine, adding, “every other species of tyranny is limited to the world we live in; but this attempts to stride beyond the grave, and seeks to pursue us into eternity.” Paine’s years of study and reflection on the role of religion in society culminated with his final work, The Age of Reason. This coolly reasoned polemic influenced religious thinking throughout the world at the dawn of the nineteenth century, and its resonance remains undiminished by time.
The selfsame humanist and egalitarian views that made Paine a popular figure of the American Revolution brought him into frequent conflict with political authorities. Parts of The Age of Reason were written in a French jail, where Paine was confined for his opposition to the execution of Louis XVI. An atack on revealed religion from the deist point of view — embodied by Paine’s credo, “I believe in one God, and no more” — this work undertakes a hitherto unheard-of approach to Bible study. Its critical and objective examination of Old and New Testatments cites nemerous contradictions as evidence against literal interpretations of the text. Well articulated and eminently readable, The Age of Reason is a classic of free thought.

Integrative Preaching: A Comprehensive Model for Transformational Proclamation by Kenton C. Anderson

English | 2017 | ISBN: 0801098874 | 208 pages | EPUB | 5,4 MB

Integrative Preaching offers a compelling conceptual model of biblical preaching that helps preachers better understand what they are doing when they step into the pulpit. Kenton Anderson, an experienced preacher and professor, explicates the integrative preaching model he has been honing for a lifetime. His fresh, holistic approach aims at whole-person transformation and is well suited for contemporary listeners. The book includes theoretical underpinnings and practical guidance to both instruct students and motivate working preachers. Sample sermons show how the model unfolds in actual sermons.

Unconditional Equality : Gandhi’s Religion of Resistance

English | 2016 | ISBN: 081669866X | 408 Pages | PDF | 3.3 MB

Unconditional Equality examines Mahatma Gandhi’s critique of liberal ideas of freedom and equality and his own practice of a freedom and equality organized around religion. It reconceives satyagraha (passive resistance) as a politics that strives for the absolute equality of all beings. Liberal traditions usually affirm an abstract equality centered on some form of autonomy, the Kantian term for the everyday sovereignty that rational beings exercise by granting themselves universal law. But for Gandhi, such equality is an “equality of sword”—profoundly violent not only because it excludes those presumed to lack reason (such as animals or the colonized) but also because those included lose the power to love (which requires the surrender of autonomy or, more broadly, sovereignty).
Gandhi professes instead a politics organized around dharma, or religion. For him, there can be “no politics without religion.” This religion involves self-surrender, a freely offered surrender of autonomy and everyday sovereignty. For Gandhi, the “religion that stays in all religions” is satyagraha—the agraha (insistence) on or of satya (being or truth).
Ajay Skaria argues that, conceptually, satyagraha insists on equality without exception of all humans, animals, and things. This cannot be understood in terms of sovereignty: it must be an equality of the minor.