Shift Your Life by David L. Cunningham with Linda Lee Ratto

Shift Your Life is a compelling memoir of one man’s personal journey of healing — part biography and part instruction manual, this book will open your eyes to the amazing power of energy healing. David Cunningham has a gift for healing and a gift for relaying his remarkable personal odyssey in a warm and humble manner. Shift Your Life is full of heart warming stories of how Mr. Cunningham has healed others and it becomes clear after just a few pages that by reading these stories we gather the steps we need to take toward our own healing.

True stories of healing are interspersed with the insights, milestones and synchronicities that guided the author along his path. Journal entries capture the dreams, premonitions and spiritual guidance that Mr. Cunningham received for years before he fully accepted his calling to heal. This culminated in a life shifting event in 1990 in which he was captured by Saddam Hussein’s army, and held hostage for over three months. It was during that period of captivity that Cunningham pledged to dedicate his life to helping others.

Alongside the memoir, the author explains what an average healing session is like, along with careful information about the chakra systems and the types of emotional blockages that can occur. His ideas about the types of attitudes and beliefs that cause these blockages are most insightful, as are the shift in belief that’s required — that’s the “shifting your life” part — changing to an emphasis of love and forgiveness for yourself and others.

Some basic ideas are covered here — reincarnation, the continuity of the spirit after death, the impact of negative thoughts upon the physical body — but these are ideas that bear repeating when you realize what an impact they have upon our bodies. Grasping these ideas leads to healing — it’s as simple as that. But not everybody gets it the first time they are presented with these ideas, nor the second time, nor the third time — and therein lies the beauty of Shift Your Life — it is one more wake up call and one more chance to hear the message and to heal.

 

Merlian News Podcast with Spiritual Healer David Cunningam

Shift Your Life by David Cunningham with Linda Lee Ratto

David Cunningham worked with a medical doctor who was an HIV specialist and during the day, David drew blood and counseled HIV and Aids patients. At night, he began his spiritual healing ministry by working with patients who had no hope for a medical cure. David’s reputation for healing reached Hayley Mills, the international actress and daughter of Sir John Mills. It was Ms. Mills’ incredible life-altering experience and the publicity of her story that launched David Cunningham’s career on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
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Robert Waggoner on Lucid Dreaming

| review by Cheryl Shainmark

For the past seven years, Robert Waggoner has co-edited the quarterly journal, Lucid Dreaming Experience , and most recently has written a wonderful book titled Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self . He explains: “Through experimentation, I realized lucid dreaming could be used to get ‘unknown’ information; apparently from the deeper part of yourself or some kind of collective unconscious. Moreover, lucid dreaming could be used to explore deep spiritual concepts, focus healing intent on your body, seek out telepathic and precognitive information and learn about the nature of reality (from the unique perspective of being aware in the dream state). In my book, I take lucid dreamers to these deeper aspects of lucid dreaming…”

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Qigong Meets Quantum Physics by Imke Bock-Mobius

| review by Cheryl Shainmark

Qigong Meets Quantum Physics – Experiencing Cosmic Oneness by Imke Bock-Mobius Review by Cheryl Shainmark Qigong meets Quantum Physics is a wonderful integration of the various principles of qigong, mysticism, and the natural sciences. In the best Daoist tradition, Bock-Mobius has surmounted the duality of any discussion of religion (or philosophy) and science, and outlined her compelling vision of how it all comes together.

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A Talk with Peter Russell, author of Letting Go of Nothing: Relax Your Mind and Discover the Wonder of Your True Nature

Most of the world’s spiritual traditions encourage letting go in one form or another. Non-attachment to outcomes, surrendering desires, accepting the present, opening to a higher power, relinquishing the ego, forgiveness—they all entail a letting go. Letting go, it is claimed leads to greater happiness, open-heartedness, and inner freedom.

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Stalking the Wild Pendulum, by Itzhak Bentov

Bentov says: “I am attempting in this book to build a model of the universe that will satisfy the need for a comprehensive picture of ‘what our existence is all about.’ In other words, a holistic model that encompasses not only the physical, observable universe that is our immediate environment and the distant universe observed by our astronomers but also other ‘realities’ as well.”

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A Revolution of Angels By Dawna Markova

| by Dawna Markova

When I was five, my grandmother who was a Russian midwife and healer told me a creation myth about a huge crystal bowl in the dark sky. One night it shattered into millions of tiny seeds of light that lodged inside of every being on the planet. Each was called a spot of grace. She told me that our task as humans is to find, grow, and shine that seed into the darkness of the world. She said that when everyone does this, the bowl will be made whole again...These days, in a fragmented world of more than 6 billion people, it’s more important than ever that each one of us understands we’re unique and make a difference. So I decided to ask people to send me stories about the people and moments that helped them recognize that uniqueness and grow it.”

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The Full Spirit Workout by Kate Eckman

We all understand the basics of physical fitness, and many resources teach mindfulness, business skills, and entrepreneurial chutzpah. But often undermining these goals are less-tangible roadblocks — mental and emotional baggage, deep-seated insecurity, self-judgment, and overwhelming stress and anxiety. In her new book The Full Spirit Workout , author Kate Eckman draws from her multifaceted training, as an athlete, executive leadership coach, and meditation teacher, to present a program that empower us to break through these blocks and accomplish our goals.

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Leaning Into Sharp Points: Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for Caregivers by Stan Goldberg, PhD

| by NewWorldLibrary.com

“Whether you’re coping with a loved one who has received a terminal diagnosis, has a long-term illness or disability, or suffers with dementia, caregiving is challenging and crucial. Those who face this responsibility, whether occasionally or 24/7, are brushing up against life’s sharpest point. In this book, Stan Goldberg offers an honest, caring, and comprehensive guide to those on this journey. Everyone wants to “do the right thing,” and this book provides the often-elusive how-to – from bedside etiquette to advice on initiating difficult conversations, caring for oneself while caring for another, navigating rapid changes in your loved one’s condition, and even offering “permission” for them to die…”

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The Full Spirit Workout by Kate Eckman

We all understand the basics of physical fitness, and many resources teach mindfulness, business skills, and entrepreneurial chutzpah. But often undermining these goals are less-tangible roadblocks — mental and emotional baggage, deep-seated insecurity, self-judgment, and overwhelming stress and anxiety.

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Being Better: Stoicism for a World Worth Living In

The Stoics themselves were immigrants from all over the Hellenistic and Roman world, from the upper echelons of Roman imperial society to the lower classes of slaves and low-skilled laborers.  They understood that despite our ethnic and social differences, all humans share bonds of care, kinship, and reason.  That applies today as much as it did for the several hundreds of years that Stoic philosophy was popular in the ancient world.

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