Please enjoy Barjon’s 2017 July Newsletter. The PDF file is a little large…so allow approx. 60 seconds for it to download. Thanks!
Employing the tenets of Zen Buddhist awareness practice, the book provides numerous exercises and self-help tools for working
throughproblems with resistance, revealing how resistance operates in everyday life and guiding readers to consider h
ow they can be free of it. The teachings in this book show how to recognize resistance in its many forms, not take it personally, and be free of its control. The platform is that the voice of resistance thoughts such as I’ll do it later is not personal; everyone has it. Instead, it is the voice of a survival system that can take people from commitment to inaction in a matter of seconds. Then, self-hating voices level internal accusations for not having followed through, including thoughts of failure, shame, and lack of self-discipline.”
Everyone receives sacred signs, messages, and synchronicities, but we don’t always notice or know how to interpret them. With Sacred Signs & Symbols, you’ll develop the ability to recognize, understand, and be guided by the signs all around you.
Featuring a glossary of hundreds of signs and their meanings, this comprehensive guide helps you build a personal oracle system for invoking messages in your daily life. No matter where you are or that you’re doing, a loving, wise, spiritual presence is offering you advice and comfort through divine 01messages.
At times, we humans translate our knowledge of animals into compassion. But, on the whole, our growing understanding of what animals feel is not resulting in more
respectful treatment of them.
Renowned animal-behavior expert Marc Bekoff and leading bioethicist Jessica Pierce explore the realworld experiences of animals— spanning from those who suffer the greatest deprivations of freedoms and choice to many unexpected ways in which the freedoms of animals in the wild are constrained by human activities. The Animal’s
Agenda argues for a more compassionate approach to conservation.