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Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders
Steve Wall, Harvey Arden

Beyond Words Publishing, 2003

With magnificent photographs and powerful words, WISDOMKEEPERS takes the reader into the inner thoughts and visions, the jokes, the healing remedies, and the humanity of Native American spiritual Elders. WISDOMKEEPERS takes you on an extraordinary spirit journey into lives, minds, and natural-world philosophy of Native American spiritual elders, including Sioux, Iroquois, Seminole, Ojibway, Hopi, Ute, Pawnee, Shinnecock, Hoh, Lumbee, and other ...


The Woman's Book of Dreams: Dreaming as a Spiritual Practice
Connie Cockrell Kaplan

Beyond Words Publishing, 1999

Every culture throughout time has been fascinated by and curious about its dreams. In this book, dream teacher Connie Kaplan gives readers a way to understand their dreams as a spiritual contract with life. She shows how dreaming energy is connected with the womb and with menstrual and hormonal cycles. Even men and postmenopausal women share this unique connection through the metaphoric womb. Once readers learn to use these cycles to understand ...


Manifesting Change: It Couldn't Be Easier [Paperback] Mike Dooley

Beyond Words Publishing, 2011


Nurturing Your Child with Music: How Sound Awareness Creates Happy, Smart, and Confident Children
John M. Ortiz

Beyond Words Publishing, 1999

With its emphasis on music as both healing agent and spur to creativity, this book takes its place on the shelf next to The Mozart Effect. Aimed at family interactions, it offers a number of creative methods for initiating and maintaining relaxed and productive home environments.Beginning with the prenatal period, the book offers mothers-to-be ways to create positive musical vibrations to communicate to their babies. For toddlers, the book ...


What I Believe
Jennifer Murphy-Morrical

Beyond Words Publishing, 2004

What I Believe is a touching account of some of our most cherished beliefs about life, love, hope and friendship. It appeals both to adults and children and provides an opportunity for them to share these important beliefs. How do we share our beliefs with our children? In today's world we are not always given a moment to sit down and talk about the things we believe in most - things like laughter, love, hope and friendship. Author, Jennifer ...


Choose Them Wisely: Thoughts Become Things!
Mike Dooley

Beyond Words Publishing, 2010


Moon Boy (CL)
Carolyn Grace Garcia

Beyond Words Publishing, 1999

The Man in the Moon is so busy pulling the earth's tides that he has no time to play with his son, Moon Boy, who travels to Earth in search of playmates. When he lands in Poppygold, he carefully observes the customs of the people and then imitates them. But most people are suspicious of the round-faced visitor with the strange doors in his chest. Only Ed Bread is intrigued enough to find out what is really inside Moon Boy, and the two bond over ...


Eagles of the New Dawn (The Arcturian Star Chronicles Voume 2)
Patricia Pereira

Atria Books/Beyond Words Publishing, 1997

In 1987 Patricia Pereira started receiving telepathic communications from the star Arcturus and was requested to begin a series of galaxy-inspired manuscripts. The mission of this series of books is to awaken us to our individual and collective spiritual obligation for the health and well-being of our planet and all creatures who live upon her. Philosophical in scope, the essays in these books provide pragmatic, practical suggestions for ...


The Girl Who Hated Books
Manjusha Pawagi

Beyond Words Publishing, 1999

Meena hates books. Her parents have books everywhere --they're always in the way -- stacked on dressers, stashed in drawers, even piled on the sofa. One day Meena upsets a very tall pile of children's books, and out from the pages tumble an incredible assortment of characters: princesses, fairies, frogs, and rabbits. None of them know which books they belong to and in order to help them find their way home, Meena has to -- read! As she reads the ...


Songs Of Malantor: The Arcturian Star Chronicles Volume Three
Patricia Pereira

Atria Books/Beyond Words Publishing, 1998

In 1987, medical transcriptionist Patricia Pereira suddenly started receiving telepathic communications from the star Arcturus and was requested to begin a series of galactically inspired manuscripts.      The mission of this series of books is to awaken us to our individual and collective spiritual obligation for the health and well-being of our planet and all creatures who live upon her. Philosophical in cope, the essays in these books ...


Listening to Wild Dolphins: Learning Their Secrets for Living with Joy
Bobbie Sandoz

Beyond Words Publishing, 1999

Bobbie Sandoz's story unfolds in three phases. First, she befriends the dolphins and observes how they embody the characteristics of the higher self: kindness, joy, harmony, wisdom, clarity, and mystery. Second, she notices that the dolphins are communicating telepathically with her. Finally, she transfers what she has learned from them to humans -- that one can attain a commensurate level of joy by adopting the spirit of the dolphins.


Noble Red Man: Lakota Wisdomkeeper Mathew King

Beyond Words Publishing, 1994

This volume presents a complete compilation of the visions and insights of Matthew King, the grandson of both Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull. National Geographic senior writer Harvey Arden has distilled King's wisdom into a richtreasury, organizing it to read as if it were an intimate conversation with the Lakota chief.


Generation Fix

Beyond Words Publishing, 2013

Generation Fix is the only kid's book that features real life stories of kids doing incredible things to make the world a better place. Capturing kids ideas on how to solve the problems that we face in this world—hunger, homelessness, violence, discrimination, and problems with health care, education, and the environment—the book also inspires them to take action with their own ideas and resources.


Education Transformation

Beyond Words Publishing, 2013

Education Transformation, authored by the leading expert in customized online education, Ron Packard, shows why technology is critical to the future of education and the future of our nation’s children. We can no longer afford to lag, the benefits of technology must be harnessed for the benefit of students nationwide and around the globe. It is an imperative.



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