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Shortcuts to Inner Peace: 70 Simple Paths to Everyday Serenity

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

Shortcuts to Inner Peace: 70 Simple Paths to Everyday Serenity

Finding serenity every day…in the everyday things we do.

It can be a challenge to reach a calm and relaxed mindset, especially in our modern world. But in Shortcuts to Inner Peace, Ashley Davis Bush helps readers learn how to hit the pause button amidst the chaos with a spirit of mindfulness-linking fast, easy, and restorative respites to ordinary everyday activities.

Once people begin to integrate these shortcuts into their daily lives, they begin to happen automatically. And when that happens, inner peace will no longer be a brief state of mind, but a way of life.

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      Poems of Peace

      Friday, February 12th, 2010

      Including the Lyrical Dramatic Poem Eolaus

      What ever is can only be accepted from a place of peace and tranquillity. Whether we are seeking peace in our lives or peace in the world the journey and the destination are the same, there can be no peace without until there is peace within.
      Ghandi famously said “You must be the change you want to see in the world”, and in that phrase, he know that whatever you seek in the world, first be it. If you seek peace be at peace, if you seek harmony, be in harmony.
      In these poems James Allen raises the desire in the heart for peace in our lives and through inner peace to promote outer peace. Be the peace you seek in the world and the world will return peace to you ten fold.


        Eolaus A lyrical dramatic poem
        Miscellaneous poems
        If men only understood
        Practice and perception
        Long I sought thee
        To-morrow and to-day
        Star of wisdom
        Would you scale the highest heaven
        To them that seek the highest good
        One thing lacking
        The lowly way
        The music of the sea
        Love’s conquest
        To my daughter Nora on her tenth birthday
        The inward purity
        I take refuge in truth
        I, truth, am thy redeemer
        The white robe
        The righteous man
        Truth triumphant
        O thou who would’st teach!
        If thou would’st right the world
        What of the night?
        The end of evil
        Man divine
        On releasing a captive bird
        Art thou in sorrow?
        When I am pure
        Are you searching?
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      St. Therese of Lisieux, The Story of a Soul

      Monday, November 16th, 2009

      So much has been spoken about this amazing young woman and so much is still being written about her. But above all of the things that others say of her, it is the delightful way in which she herself writes with such humility and grace that kept me spellbound throughout this book. Her literary style, the way in which she brings her faith and devotion to life on the page, make this a unique and highly insightful book.

      Before reading this book I knew nothing of St. Therese of Lisieux or the time and society that she grew up in. Now I feel as though I know her personally and have listened to her speak. So much is reported about many saints, but it rare to be able to listen directly to the words of one, and this book was a real pleasure for me to read and now publish.

      There are many people in my lifetime that I have admired, people like Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, Pope John Paul II to name but three, and yet this woman who lived a simple convent life and died aged just 24 springs forth from history and brings with her a message of love and devotion that is so appealing to me.

      Even so there was without doubt a strength to her that went beyond the norms of a quiet Carmelite Sister. That strength comes through in this book for me.

      St. Therese of Lisieux has left us with an insight into her life that is deeply inspiring. Her enlightened view of the direction she desired for her own life and her own soul from such a young age left me with little Provigil online No prescription doubt about the amazingly spiritual intuition that she was gifted from birth.

      When you read this book, I have no doubt that you will be inspired by her selfless generosity and love of God. Although she died at the tender age of just 24, she led a very full and precious life that has touched and continues to touch the lives of millions of other.

      I look forward to your feedback about this cherished book.

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      As A Man Thinketh

      Monday, November 16th, 2009

      Over the years I have come across so many books on personal growth and understanding. Of all the authors I have come across in my time I James Allen stands out quite distinctly in his style and the fact that his books are so incredibly short, yet provide a detailed and concise view of the way things are.

      As a Man Thinketh is one of my favourites, and one that is on the required reading list of many of the top peak performance and success speaker. My first copy of this book was passed to me as a gift, and later I was send a copy by Bob Proctor.

      The video entitled “Serenity” is a reading of the last chapter of the book, a key factor in the search for a life of peace and harmony.

      I thoroughly recommend that you get a copy of the book for your own book shelf as it is a book that you can pick up time and time again. James Allen himself only wrote the book for his own pleasure and never intended it for publication, but upon reading it, James Allen’s wife Lili insisted that he should publish the book.

      Over 100 years later the contents of the book are as relevant today as they were on the day the book was written.

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      Serenity – The Secret to happiness

      Saturday, June 27th, 2009

      Serenity by James Allen is an inspirational piece from the book “As A Man Thinketh” – The Secret to happiness