Description : In Lisa Williams’ A Circle of Friends Celebrating Life, she examines the pain from her past and helps us uncover the scars in our own lives. She undresses and addresses the secrets that kept her in bondage for over two decades. She illustrates how damaging child abuse, incest, domestic violence and abandonment can be on the human mind and spirit. This book is a loud call for those of us who are still guarding our secrets to seek healing, forgiveness and eternal life that is only offered in Christ. Healing the hurt and learning to celebrate life is really the heart of this book—the only reality that can break the uninterrupted cycle of victimization and abuse. With poignant insight, she guides us on the pathway to heal the wounded spirit that possibly lies dormant within us all. Lisa's truth provided me a mirror that reflected my own life. As I examined my plight, her book encouraged me and strengthened me with the courage to walk away from 30 years of mental and physical abuse. Jo Ann. Davis, Survivor of Domestic Violence
Description : Your career is nearing its end. Your grandchildren are leaving home. Health challenges are affecting some of your closest relationships. It's the aging thing-the dreaded "A" word. If you find yourself dreading any more candles on your birthday cake, take some tips from Shirley Mitchell. Teaching people how to live sensational lives after 60 is her passion. She's succeeded at it, and so can you! Shirley addresses a host of important issues, from medical concerns to coping with the loss of a spouse. Learn how to embrace challenges like... Grandparenting; Nutrition and health choices; -Unexpected opportunities and challenges; The end of a marriage; Finances. Most of all, you will learn that your future is immeasurably bright. Your best years may still be ahead of you!
Description : Enjoy life to its fullest, by celebrating the changes that occur on your path, as shown in Women Celebrating Life by Elizabeth Owens. In Women Celebrating Life, you will learn that change is not something which should be avoided or feared. Changes in your life will happen. You can turn your life by choosing to celebrate the times of transition in your life with beautiful, empowering rituals, pampering baths, candles, scents, and music. You'll learn how to do all this and more, in Women Celebrating Life. Have you ever noticed that certain birthdays are milestones and other birthdays are just markers of years gone by? Birthdays are special. Even if you don't feel as if you've accomplished enough to make this a remarkable day, consider this: you've completed another cycle in your life. Why not celebrate each birthday richly and fully? You'll learn how, in Women Celebrating Life. Every change should be celebrated. There are many rituals and traditions that mark the passage from being single to being married, but what about a celebration for a divorce? This is the start of a new period in your life. Why not hold a Severing Ties Ritual? You'll find out how in Women Celebrating Life. ·Welcome each birthday as your special day ·Greet the changes in your body: puberty, womanhood, menopause, and aging ·Discover how rituals can help you through difficult times of transition such as divorce, illness, and even the death of a loved one The rituals, affirmations, and nurturing suggestions in Women Celebrating Life do not have to be completed in order. Each chapter stands on its own?start with the one that best fits where you are right now. If there was something you went through in the past but didn't celebrate, why not celebrate it now? No matter what your present age is, you can still honor your first menstrual cycle or enjoy a glorious twenty-first birthday party. The changes you go through are unavoidable. Women Celebrating Life urges you to celebrate them and live life to the fullest. Get your copy today.
Description : Do you need hope for the daily grind? Are your responsibilities and commitments robbing your life of joy? Are you sleepwalking through your days? Are you on the sidelines of your life as a spectator instead of fully participating? This is your wake-up call to a Fresh-Brewed Life. Nicole Johnson invites us to wake up to a richer, fuller, more flavorful life than we ever imagined. In a robust blend of relationship, ritual, and hope, we are summoned on a journey of discovery that awakens us to God to ourselves, and to others. And- like lingering over a cup of coffee- this is a process to be savored. Since first published ten years ago, Fresh-Brewed Life has helped more than 100,000 women wake up their souls. Now revised and expanded with additional chapters, more journaling ideas and fresh-brewed adventures, and a brand new discussion guide, Fresh-Brewed Life will help start brewing your own, richer, more meaningful life.
Description : To give her family and friends a deep experience of earth-based spirituality, Jane Meredith holds eight rituals per year, celebrating the solstices, equinoxes, and cross-quarter festivals. 'Rituals of Celebration' provides accounts of the most memorable rituals she's organised, as well as how-to instructions for creating the rituals.
Description : Located in the picturesque Texas Hill Country, Bandera County was named for nearby Bandera Pass, a naturally occurring passageway through the neighboring hills. Near the pass, the Medina River weaves its way through the county. In 1853, a group of settlers arrived and set up camp to make shingles from the huge cypress trees that grew along the river. Soon immigrant workers from Poland were recruited to work at a newly built sawmill. The beauty and abundance of resources also attracted an early group of Mormons, who established a nearby colony. The town of Bandera was designated the county seat at the formation of Bandera County in 1856. Bandera became a staging area for cattle drives up the Western Trail, and today the county still maintains its frontier character. The Western way of life prevails as visitors from around the world come to sample cowboy living on local dude ranches and enjoy honky-tonk music and dancehalls.