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The Seven Guardians by Jacqueline Ferguson

Title The Seven Guardians
Author Jacqueline Ferguson
Publisher Balboa Press
Release 2021-08-25
Category Religion
Total Pages 188
ISBN 198227252X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Guided by Spirit to write The Seven Guardians, this book describes the incredible path Miryam the Migdalah (Mary Magdalene) envisioned within her heart, guided by her beloved risen Yeshua (Jesus). Following the resurrection, Yeshua appeared to Miryam in her inner vision, confirming she was an advanced disciple with the ability to “see” the multidimensionality of the Universe beyond the Earth realm. This vision also validates their unique relationship; he loved her the most, and she loved him with a devotion that transcends death. The Seven Guardians is a path to rediscovering the importance of Miryam in the ministry of Yeshua as a fully realized human and divine, as well as a leader of the Nazarenes. This is the way of the heart, a path for all humans to follow to become ihidaya, enlightened ones, while embodied in this lifetime. The Seven Guardians relies on scholars, theologians, and authors who translated The Gospel of Mary, found in the desert of Egypt and The Gospel of the Beloved Companion, The Complete Gospel of Mary. It also relies on other apocryphal gospels recently translated, The Gospel of Phillip, Thomas, The Pistis Sophia and others, to validate the information. In discovering how patriarchy has affected our world today, this book includes personal stories, mystical experiences, and direct communication with Infinite Love to help us recognize how balancing our masculine and feminine energies are of paramount importance for humanity and Earth to evolve and survive. It is now time for us to reunite the light of our Divine Mother and Divine Father into our hearts to awaken our own Christ consciousness.

Mary Magdalene by Linda Hansell

Title Mary Magdalene
Author Linda Hansell
Publisher Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Release 2021-03-16
Category Religion
Total Pages 300
ISBN 1098058356
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Bible does not say Mary Magdalene was a prostitute, but some people today still believe that. What the Bible does tell about Mary Magdalene, however, is heavily slanted toward the culture with women considered inferior and men totally dominating their lives. Attempting to write the part of Mary's story not told in the Bible, I still found clues in the Bible as to what is missing. I believe the major clue is Jesus himself. Jesus had not discriminated against women. Even though the discrimination would continue in the next two thousand years, gender equality emerged in the twentieth century and my lifetime. Through personal experience and women's history, I found reasons for it lasting so long, and you cannot address discrimination without touching on all forms of prejudice because they are basically the same thing. You will realize women's rights may not be permanent and women's diligence is still required today, as well as the protection of women's rights in future generations.

Lessons from a Reluctant Healer by Mary H. A. Kearns

Title Lessons from a Reluctant Healer
Author Mary H. A. Kearns
Publisher Your Stellar Self LLC
Release 2021-08-08
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 186
ISBN 1737184001
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lessons from a Reluctant Healer is an inspiring personal memoir of Mary Kearns' journey towards trusting in her innate gifts and the wisdom of that still, small voice within. She shares the challenges she has faced in following her life path, along with methods she has learned to make the journey smoother. Blending her lived experiences with research in a variety of scientific disciplines, Mary offers a message of hope during this unique time in history. Throughout this book, she encourages us to cultivate our inner wisdom and acknowledge our innate gifts so that we can do our part to help create a better world for all.

Title Wilderness Mysticism A Contemplative Christian Tradition
Author Stephen K. Hatch
Publisher Lulu Press, Inc
Release 2018-06-14
Category Religion
Total Pages
ISBN 1483484483
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

As the percentage of unaffiliated seekers or Spiritual But Not Religious people or “Nones” increases in America and in the world at large, a sizable number are drawn toward a spirituality of Nature. And while many of these seekers emphasize simply the physical challenge and ignore the theological or philosophical aspect of their relationship to Nature, Wilderness Mysticism seeks to offer a spiritual / theological interpretation for those who want it. In the process, it employs insights and meditation practices gleaned from an ancient tradition – that of Christian Mysticism – and updated in a modern context.

A Quest for Wisdom by David Lorimer

Title A Quest for Wisdom
Author David Lorimer
Publisher Aeon Books
Release 2021-03-24
Category Religion
Total Pages 346
ISBN 1913504778
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Quest for Wisdom is a wide-ranging volume which brings together 25 of David Lorimer's highly acclaimed essays. Among the significant thinkers featured here are many who have shone their light on his path, and which can provide enriching nourishment for readers on their own life journeys. The essays explore philosophy, meaning and spirituality; consciousness, death and transformation; and responsibility, ethics and society. Perceptive and illuminating, they examine the nature of life and death, questions of meaning and purpose, and the challenge of how we can live more harmoniously together. David hopes that readers will be inspired, as Dr Albert Schweitzer put it, in our common task 'to become more finely and deeply human.'

Title Expanding Scriptures Lost and Found
Author Don MacGregor
Publisher John Hunt Publishing
Release 2022-02-25
Category Religion
Total Pages 120
ISBN 1789048672
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Expanding Scriptures: Lost and Found is the second book in the Wisdom Series. Don MacGregor considers what could be added to the Bible from rediscoveries of recent years, supports a new role for Mary Magdalene and looks at how it can all be reframed within the Perennial Wisdom teachings.

Title The Monthly Religious Magazine
Author
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Release 1869
Category Unitarianism
Total Pages 568
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Studies in the Evidences of Christianity by Stephen Greenleaf Bulfinch

Title Studies in the Evidences of Christianity
Author Stephen Greenleaf Bulfinch
Publisher
Release 1869
Category Apologetics
Total Pages 274
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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