Housekeeping For The Soul was inspired by a lady seeking guidance on behalf of a friend, a friend who was unwell, emotionally drained and physically sick. Lorna felt that this was almost certainly a result of working with 'bad energy'. Our wellbeing extends beyond the body itself and can go off-balance through repeated misuse of energy, by not protecting and 'housekeeping' our subtle body, the energy field surrounding our physical body. Lorna realised that if people wanted to be able to achieve a healthy mind/body balance, and hence lead a happier and healthier life, there was a need for more widespread understanding of how to protect oneself from negative energy and achieve energetic balance. Having already learned how to clear her own subtle energy field, or 'Aura', and her energy centres, or 'Chakras', it was clear that sharing this knowledge in book form would reach the audience who needed it most. Although never intending to write another book after sharing her personal story in From Housewife to Psychic, with several nudges from spirit Lorna began to realise that people were in need of guidance. Specifically how to live life comfortably and in harmony with their inner selves, without the 'negatives' gate-crashing into their lives uninvited and taking centre-stage. In Housekeeping For The Soul, Lorna steps beyond her personal story and instead shares all that she has learned, from her one-to-one psychic readings and Reiki healing, to her numerous workshops. This is a book that will facilitate spiritual empowerment and Self-development, and will bring greater understanding of others. The reader will come away better understanding how to protect themselves and their loved ones, and retake the reins of their own life. "Energy is vibration, it is light, it is sound, and we are all responsible for our own energy and the influence of that which surrounds us. To live harmoniously, the negatives must be removed if there is to be any chance of allowing love and light to come flooding into your life and, in turn, enriching your life in the process." Housekeeping For The Soul has all the charm of From Housewife to Psychic, Lorna has created a balance between using straightforward language to make this knowledge accessible to all but with enough depth to maintain the interest of readers already well advanced down a spiritual path.
Release on 2010-03-18 | by Sandra Carrington-Smith
A Practical Guide to Restoring Your Inner Sanctuary
Author: Sandra Carrington-Smith
Pubpsher: Circle Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This title combines how-to, self-help and spiritual genres, to address the needs of millions of readers, as they strive to detach from the culture of chaos and embrace a life of balance. The reader is guided through the process of emotional healing and renewal of spirit through the familiar analogy of housekeeping.
Release on 2010-06-30 | by Jack Canfield,Mark Victor Hansen
101 Stories to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit
Author: Jack Canfield,Mark Victor Hansen
Pubpsher: Random House
Chicken Soup for the Soul is a heartwarming collection of tales that will inspire you to live your dreams. The stories demonstrate the best qualities we share as human beings: compassion, grace, forgiveness, generosity and faith and they share a collected wisdom on love, parenting, teaching, death and the overcoming of obstacles. The Chicken Soup series has touched the lives of millions of people worldwide. Discover how your life could be turned around too.
Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing
Author: Larry Chang
Pubpsher: Gnosophia Publishers
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
There's a fresh take on an old standby, the book of quotations. The difference with Wisdom for the Soul is in the selection and organization of the quotations. Each has been chosen for its universal application and poetic quality, grouped into one of 220 themes. While the usual subjects, are represented, the collection encompasses newer psychological territory such as Actualization, Avoidance/Denial, Chaos/Uncertainty, Polarity, Synergy, Unconscious, and more. Although the primary aim of the collection is self-help for the individual, with extensive cross-references to factors that foster or deter growth and well-being, the material will appeal to the quotation collector, speech-writer, and the general reader.
What Every Manager Needs to Know about Workplace Law
Author: Mary B. Holihan
Pubpsher: Atlantic Publishing Company
Category: Business & Economics
Finally there is a complete and up to date resource for the small business owner. Tired of high legal and consulting fees? This new book is your answer. Detailed are over 300 common questions employers have about employees and the law; itâe(tm)s like having an employment attorney on your staff. Topics include: equal employment opportunity, age discrimination, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), workers or applicants with AIDS, unacceptable job performance, termination, substance abuse, drug and alcohol testing, safety, harassment, compensation policies, job classifications, recordkeeping, overtime, employee performance evaluations, wage and salary reviews, payroll deductions, reduction in wages, pay periods, payroll advances, wage garnishment, severance pay, unemployment compensation, operating policies, ethical standards, open-door policy, suggestions and customer feedback, smoke-free workplace, dress code, work schedule, flexible scheduling, telecommuting, absenteeism, tardiness, confidentiality, employee privacy, electronic communication, responsible use of equipment, e-mail and Internet, prohibited content, copyrighted materials, responsible use of cell phones, security procedures, telephone usage, use of company vehicles, solicitation for outside causes, outside employment, personnel files, release of information, access to files, possession of weapons, improper personal conduct, company benefits, time off, holidays, vacations, sick leave policies, bereavement, jury duty, education and training, leaves of absence, Family and Medical Leave Act, personal or medical leaves not required by law, military leave, insurance, on-the-job accidents or injuries, medical/life insurance, flexible benefit plans, pension, and profit sharing. Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company presidentâe(tm)s garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed.
Release on 2012-04-11 | by Eileen Boris,Jennifer Klein
Home Health Workers in the Shadow of the Welfare State
Author: Eileen Boris,Jennifer Klein
Pubpsher: Oxford University Press
Category: Social Science
In this sweeping narrative history from the Great Depression of the 1930s to the Great Recession of today, Caring for America rethinks both the history of the American welfare state from the perspective of care work and chronicles how home care workers eventually became one of the most vibrant forces in the American labor movement. Eileen Boris and Jennifer Klein demonstrate the ways in which law and social policy made home care a low-waged job that was stigmatized as welfare and relegated to the bottom of the medical hierarchy. For decades, these front-line caregivers labored in the shadows of a welfare state that shaped the conditions of the occupation. Disparate, often chaotic programs for home care, which allowed needy, elderly, and disabled people to avoid institutionalization, historically paid poverty wages to the African American and immigrant women who constituted the majority of the labor force. Yet policymakers and welfare administrators linked discourses of dependence and independence-claiming that such jobs would end clients' and workers' "dependence" on the state and provide a ticket to economic independence. The history of home care illuminates the fractured evolution of the modern American welfare state since the New Deal and its race, gender, and class fissures. It reveals why there is no adequate long-term care in America. Caring for America is much more than a history of social policy, however; it is also about a powerful contemporary social movement. At the front and center of the narrative are the workers-poor women of color-who have challenged the racial, social, and economic stigmas embedded in the system. Caring for America traces the intertwined, sometimes conflicting search of care providers and receivers for dignity, self-determination, and security. It highlights the senior citizen and independent living movements; the civil rights organizing of women on welfare and domestic workers; the battles of public sector unions; and the unionization of health and service workers. It rethinks the strategies of the U.S. labor movement in terms of a growing care work economy. Finally, it makes a powerful argument that care is a basic right for all and that care work merits a living wage.
"Joyful Soul Cleaning" is the much-anticipated second book of the Soul at Home Trilogy. In "Living the Soul Dolce Vita" the author showed readers how to clear out the clutter in their homes to make more room for their soul. Now the author takes readers on a soul cleaning journey to gain a cleaner home and more soul awareness. A clutter-free and clean home issues an invitation for huge soul participation. Let your soul R.S.V.P. NOW!
10 Ways to Reconnect and Find Peace in Everyday Life
Author: Renée Peterson Trudeau
Pubpsher: New World Library
Category: Family & Relationships
What would it feel like to experience more ease, harmony, and flow in the midst of navigating homework squabbles, mealtimes, commutes, and the other challenges of everyday life? Nurturing the Soul of Your Family is a guidebook for personal and spiritual renewal from the award-winning author of The Mother’s Guide to Self-Renewal. It offers nurturing support and practical ideas to guide you toward a new way of being. Enjoyable, down-to-earth, and empowering, Renée Peterson Trudeau’s ten paths to peace will help you learn how to: * find your center and move through chaos and uncertainty with renewed strength and ease * live every day aligned with your values and what matters most * slow down, tap the wisdom of your wise self, and know what’s best for you and your family * release old habits, fears, and anxieties as you explore a new way of being * access more joy by living in the present moment (the best antidote to stress!) * experience more freedom and unscheduled time