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My new play with the theme of reincarnation is called Promise to Return. A young man who remembers dying in the Vietnam War reincarnates compelled to find his previous family and fulfill the destiny denied him by death. His current family feels abandoned. Diego risks exposing his illegal status as a Mexican migrant and drives to Phoenix in He recognizes his home and some people but fails to convince them. Luke's Covenant won a Halloween Book Award previously. For a spooky read, try: An Exciting Read for Independence Day. His path crosses those of other patriots, Tom Jefferson and George Washington.
As a doctor Lainn defies the law and runs a secret clinic where he in. The Ecstasy of Surrender: Surrender as a coping technique for life's issues is a thought-provoking premise. Orloff develops it into an insightful approach. She assumes her readers have high intelligence and talks directly to them with respect and forthrightness. This quality makes her an excellent teacher.
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Her chapters speak to paths we all follow from time to time in our lives. I took her suggestion to jump around to read the chapters that have greatest relevance. The chapter on igniting your super senses an. How to edit yourself into print by Renni Browne and Dave King. Toby Fesler Heathcotte answers questions about her psi experiences and her metaphysical books.
She authored Out of the Psychic Closet: The Quest to Trust my True Nature and the Alma Chronicles, a multi-generational fiction series based on reincarnation. Toby also talks about her years as president of Arizona Authors Association and offers advice to writers in. Who is this man?
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Despite the terror a nightmare causes, it is a positive event in your life.
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The mind cleanses itself of bad dreams and disgusting thoughts through nightmares. It's a sign that your dreaming self considers you strong enough to learn something about yourself or fix some problem. However, you may have to work hard to turn the negative into a positive.
It could be emotionally taxing but will be worth the effort in relief. As various as our own personalities, nightmares often include. Mutual dreams are called different names—collective dreams, group dreams, shared dreams. Sometimes discriminations are made among them.
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For example, in a mutual dream two or more dreamers agree to meet in a particular place they all know in waking life, like the White House. A shared dream might happen spontaneously where two or more dreamers have a dream with the same plot and characters. Whether we remember these dreams or not we may experience them, particularly with those rel. Reincarnation dreams are easy to distinguish from other dreams because of setting details. You and others in the dream will likely wear unfamiliar clothing and the dreamscape will appear old or futuristic or foreign in some other way. You'll have a sense of yourself as someone else rather than as the dreaming self you're accustomed to identifying in your nightly excursions.
Often unsettling, the dream story may include the manner of your death as the previous personality. You will likely reco. For several years I kept an aquarium in my living room. One night as I lay in my bedroom sleeping, I dreamed the fish named Goldie fell with a thud against the aquarium floor.
Startled, I awakened and went to the living room to see if she was all right. Goldie was swimming around looking just fine. The next day Goldie got hung up in the plastic leaf decorations. I set her free and she plunked to the bottom just like in my dream although without making a thudding sound. The awards just released by Smart Book Lovers are sponsored in part by Mensa International, book-awards. Out of the Psychic Closet.
People have asked for healing dreams as far back as written records. Results came in dreams to the ancient Egyptians. Aristotle spoke of them in early Greece. From those days until now, sick people have wanted to experience a healing dream and believed it could happen.
Our minds affect our bodies, as demonstrated in modern times by hypnosis and biofeedback where patients modify their blood pressure, dissolve warts, stop the growth of cancerous cells, among other changes. Halloween Book Festival Winner. For a scary read, go to Amazon and buy Luke's Covenant as an ebook or a paperback. Here is the blurb: Willing to sacrifice his life on Nine Eleven, Luke instead finds himself required to live. He must protect himself and his family from an ancient vendetta at the hands of a man compelled to murder them all.
Although failing before, Kegan has been reborn with paranormal skills t. Problem Solving and Creativity in Dreams. A cool thing about dreams is they support you in your waking life. That is, they can help you solve problems or give a different perspective on them whether you remember the dreams or not. You may even consciously intend to dream about a problem and ask for help from your dreaming self. I think of my dreaming self as a somewhat different persona from my waking self.
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In , my husband and I were taking graduate class work at Indiana University. Our sons attended preschool. We lived in married housing where we had a clunky inch black and white TV. On it, I watched Bobby give citizens of Indianapolis the terrible news of King's death. They didn't riot as many outraged citizens did in other major cities. Somehow he forged hope in them to temper their grief, the sign of a great leader. Two weeks later, Bobby gave a speech in the I U auditorium.
I waited outside with four thousand fellow students. When they opened the doors, I almost got crushed against the glass. Fortunately a classmate whisked me inside, and we all found seats near the front. Bobby gave details of a foreign policy designed to end the war in Viet Nam and our role as the world's policeman, the main reason I intended to vote for him.
I felt afraid for my country, that the war could go on long enough to snuff out my sons. He gave us hope for peace. Bobby won the Indiana primary and went on to California to follow King in death. These two men offered a message of hope for justice and peace. Fifty years later I still grieve because no one has taken up their mantle of impassioned service. Emotional triggers can be bad as in causing me to cry or good as in leading me to write something to share with my friends.
Posted by Toby Fesler Heathcotte at 7: Heathcotte did extensive background research, ancestral searches and interviews with living family members to gain the information on her family history. I thought this read would be one that would only benefit the Fesler family; however, I was quite intrigued by how ingenious the families were in the quest to survive, and how life was from to The author provided vivid descriptions of events, and I felt like I transported through history with the incredible narrative.
I thoroughly enjoyed "Backlight: It was informative, meaningful, and beautifully written. Posted by Toby Fesler Heathcotte at In the theatre, a backlight illuminates the shapes of the actors and the set but masks the details to create illusory truth. One family journeyed from Switzerland in the s through Germany to Pennsylvania Colony in the s, into Indiana in the s, and then to Arizona in the s, always searching for a better life. The Fesler saga mirrors the experiences of millions of Americans, no matter their heritage or land of origin.
This work is part history, part fiction but a whole attempt to understand the people and forces that help shape us. The more we understand, the better we can consciously choose directions for our future as a family, a nation, and a world. Available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. Tuesday, February 7, Promise to Return. My new play with the theme of reincarnation is called Promise to Return.
A young man who remembers dying in the Vietnam War reincarnates compelled to find his previous family and fulfill the destiny denied him by death. His current family feels abandoned. Diego risks exposing his illegal status as a Mexican migrant and drives to Phoenix in He recognizes his home and some people but fails to convince them.