The powers of magnetism are not as mystical as you might think. You can learn to switch your energy like flipping a switch on an electrical current, changing the very direction of your life. Every single day you can establish a new, consistently positive life forceâ€”one that will propel your intentions with focus, optimism, and personal power.
Alice is dismayed when one day the leaves on the old oak tree start to fall. Although she can't save the tree, Alice remembers something that gives her hope: the acorns she collected when the tree was still healthy. "Himler's sensitive, evocative watercolors make a fine complement to the lyrical, perceptive text." -- Kirkus Reviews
In Princess Diana, Modern Day Moon-Goddess: A Psychoanalytical and Mythological Look at Diana Spencer's Life, Marriage, and Death, esteemed psychoanalyst Jane G. Goldberg, Ph.D. and award-winning historian and author Colonel Lochlainn Seabrook have joined forces to create an altogether unique and intriguing nonfiction work on one of the most beloved figures of all time.
Goldberg, a Louisiana native and now a New York therapist, sees Diana's growth - from self-deprecating ingEnue, to royal mother, to powerful and independent woman - as an inevitable process in the Princess' climb toward self-actualization, one cut short by numerous tragic missteps. Seabrook, a religion and mythology scholar, seventh-generation Kentuckian, and a cousin of Diana, views her life and death as fated, made more understandable by comparing her with her ancient namesake, the Old European Moon-Goddess Diana, with whom the Princess of Wales shared many uncanny similarities.
Combining psychoanalytic and mythological perspectives, the authors weave an engaging interpretation of Lady Spencer's life, one that includes an examination of her marriage to Prince Charles, their breakup, her short bout with freedom, and her eerie death after a crash in a gloomy Parisian tunnel, synchronistically named "Bridge of the Moon-Goddess."
All is cast in the light of ancient myths surrounding the Pagan lunar-deity Diana, known in ancient Greece as Artemis. As Princess Diana's psycho-mythic drama unfolds, we are treated to a veritable introduction to both depth psychology and comparative mythology, languages that Goldberg and Seabrook use to ably describe the shy aristocrat's rise to fame and fortune and her fall into tragedy and darkness.
The Foreword is by noted psychoanalyst Dr. Phyllis W. Meadow. A respectful book in the mold of the venerable Sigmund Freud and Robert Graves, it includes a comprehensive bibliography, detailed index, and numerous quotes by the universally admired "People's Princess." With its fresh and provocative insights, Princess Diana, Modern Day Moon-Goddess is a must-read for anyone interested in Lady Di, psychology, or mythology.
Goldberg is a practicing psychoanalyst and recognized as a leading authority in the fields of psychological oncology and holistic health. She is the author of eight books, including the acclaimed The Dark Side of Love: The Positive Role of Negative Feelings.
Seabrook, a descendant of the Spencers, is the recipient of the prestigious Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal and the author of over 50 popular books that have introduced hundreds of thousands to the hidden truths about Jesus, Christianity, and the Bible. His works include the international blockbuster, Jesus and the Law of Attraction: The Bible-Based Guide to Creating Perfect Health, Wealth, and Happiness Following Christ's Simple Formula; as well as Seabrook's Bible Dictionary of Traditional and Mystical Christian Doctrines; Jesus and the Gospel of Q; Christmas Before Christianity; Christ is All and in All; The Goddess Dictionary of Words and Phrases; The Book of Kelle: An Introduction to Goddess-Worship; The Bible and the Law of Attraction; and Britannia Rules: Goddess-Worship in Ancient Anglo-Celtic Society.
This volume examines concepts of disability and wellness in Native American communities, prominently featuring the life's work of Dr. Carol Locust. Authors Locust and Lovern confront the difficulties of translating not only words but also entire concepts between Western and Indigenous cultures, and by increasing the cultural competency of those unfamiliar with Native American ways of being are able to bring readers from both cultures into a more equal dialogue. The three sections contained herein focus on intercultural translation; dialogues with Native American community members; and finally a discussion of being in the world gently as caregivers.
Dan Croker has two obsessions - Sudoku and frogs. So he just had to combine his loves and make the Famous Frog Sudoku books. This Holiday Series book contains 300 very hard puzzles with 4 puzzles per page and a fun, quirky, colorful cover that is sure to brighten your holiday. Of course, you can do these puzzles at any time of the year! Solutions are given at the end of the book. More Famous Frog Sudoku series - Beach Bum Series 1 and 2, Bathroom Sudoku Series 1 and 2, Easy Series, Hard Series, Medium Series, Extra Hard Series, Brain Yoga, Sharper Pencil Series, Giant Series, Take a Break and The Travel Series.
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