Titre: Illusions : Comment se libérer des émotions destructrices Auteur: Ingeborg Bosch-bonomo Editeur: Les Editions de l'Homme ISBN: 978-2-7619-2424-5 Date Parution: 2008 Format: 23 x 15.5 cm Pages: 392 Etat: Occasion Bon Etat Beaucoup de nos troubles émotionnels reposent sur des illusions qui nous empêchent de surmonter les difficultés et de profiter de la vie. Les comportements de survie que nous adoptons presque toujours inconsciemment, qui nous étaient pourtant fort utiles dans notre enfance, détruisent les adultes que nous sommes devenus. Par conséquent, nous refoulons trop de sentiments pénibles et nous souffrons plus que nécessaire. Heureusement, l'auteur nous aide à remédier à cette douleur à l'aide d'exercices pratiques. Ce faisant, elle nous tend la clé qui nous libérera de ce dédale d'émotions, de pensées et de comportements tourmentés. La méthode proposée dans cet ouvrage nous aide à atteindre une plus grande harmonie sur le plan émotionnel et une meilleure appréciation du moment présent. La psychologue Ingeborg Bosch Bonomo a fondé en 2000 la méthode thérapeutique Past Reality Integration (PRI(r)), qui ne cesse de se développer en Europe et au Canada.
What would you do if you were sitting quietly in your living room when two mysterious strangers appeared from out of nowhere-and then told you they were 'ascended masters' who had come to reveal some shocking secrets of existence and teach you the miraculous powers of advanced forgiveness? Would you call the cops? Call a psychiatrist? Call out for pizza? When two such teachers appeared before Gary Renard in 1992, he chose to listen to them (and ask a lot of questions). The result is this startling book: an extraordinary record of 17 mind bending conversations that took place over nearly a decade, reorienting the author's life and giving the world an uncompromising introduction to a spiritual teaching destined to change human history.
In the cloud-washed airspace between the cornfields of Illinois and blue infinity, a man puts his faith in the propeller of his biplane. For disillusioned writer and itinerant barnstormer Richard Bach, belief is as real as a full tank of gas and sparks firing in the cylinders ... until he meets Donald Shimoda - former mechanic and self-described messiah who can make wrenches fly and Richard's imagination soar... In Illusions, the unforgettable follow-up to his phenomenal New York Times bestseller Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Richard Bach takes to the air to discover the ageless truths that give our souls wings: that people don't need airplanes to soar ... that even the darkest clouds have meaning once we lift ourselves above them ... and that messiahs can be found in the unlikeliest places - like hay fields, one-traffic-light midwestern towns, and most of all, deep within ourselves.
Illusions - Adventures Of A Reluctant Messiah
37. When his mortal sought understanding, the Master offered ideas, spoken through coincidence, in the language of events and in the adventures of life. . . . 41. Every test, most of them, the Master designed to be a more advanced challenge for his dear mortal, eac . . . uthor Richard Bach was listed in critical condition Saturday at Harborview Medical Center . . . Bach's plane struck high-tension wires, crashed inverted, leaving the pilot unconscious in the cockpit, near fires from broken wires. The author remains in a coma to date.
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Downton Abbey meets Cassandra Clare in this lush, romantic fantasy from Kiersten White, #1 New York Times bestselling author of And I Darken.“Illusions of Fate is an absolute delight—a magical, sparkling, dangerous world with witty repartee and a romance that will light your heart on fire. Kiersten White’s best yet.”—Stephanie Perkins, New York Times bestselling author of Anna and the French KissJessamin has been an outcast since she moved from her island home of Melei to the dreary country of Albion. Everything changes when she meets the gorgeous, enigmatic Finn, who introduces her to the secret world of Albion's nobility. It’s a world that has everything Jessamin doesn't—power, money, status . . . and magic. But Finn has secrets of his own, and the vicious Lord Downpike will do anything to possess them. Unless Jessamin, armed only with her wits, can stop him.Readers who love Libba Bray, Cassanda Clare, or Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell won’t want to miss this captivating stand-alone novel.
Emily has had experiences of love gone wrong and seeks to find the true Prince Charming to steal her heart away. When she finds herself on the streets with no help from anyone including her family dashing Anthony Baldassare rescues her from a seemingly dangerous situation only to capture Emily's love and whole being. Is he the Prince Charming Emily has been searching for or is he the devil in disguise? Emily finds herself in a whirlwind romance only to discover that not all is as it seems. When she realizes the truth will it be too late for her and love?
With Honest Illusions, national bestselling author Nora Roberts unveils a world where passion and mystery entwine, where nothing is as it seems. The daughter of a world-renowned magician, Roxy Nouvelle has inherited her father’s talents—and his penchant for jewel thievery. Into this colorful world comes Luke Callahan, an escape artist who captures her heart—and keeps secrets that could shatter all her illusions…
From grief and mourning to aging and relationships, poet and Redbook contributor Judith Viorst presents a thoughtful and researched study in this examination of love, loss, and letting go.Drawing on psychoanalysis, literature, and personal experience, Necessary Losses is a philosophy for understanding and accepting life’s inevitabilities. In Necessary Losses, Judith Viorst turns her considerable talents to a serious and far-reaching subject: how we grow and change through the losses that are a certain and necessary part of life. She argues persuasively that through the loss of our mothers’ protection, the loss of the impossible expectations we bring to relationships, the loss of our younger selves, and the loss of our loved ones through separation and death, we gain deeper perspective, true maturity, and fuller wisdom about life. She has written a book that is both life affirming and life changing.
Twenty-five years after their parting and Martin's arranged marriage to Sylvia, Jenny walks back into Martin's life and their undiminished passion threatens his marriage, his family, and his heritage
Explains how a lack of positive role models, along with messages from society as a whole, lead many people to enter relationships based on illusions and offers helpful advice
Behold the Amazing Magical Wonder Deck! Includes: • Illustrated Instruction Book • 52-Card Marked Tapered Deck • Plus 16 Trick Cards • Four Kings that transform into Queens • A “vanishing” Eight of Diamonds • A “punctured” Ace of Clubs • Plus two-sided cards, blank cards, and more!
Synopsis:Can you imagine that in the United States or in Europe a young, scientifically, highly educated high school graduate had never heard anything about church or religion? Probably, you can’t. But nevertheless, it has happened.In recent decades, we have seen the dramatic growth of scientific knowledge that confronts traditional faith with facts. These facts seem to threaten the underlying truth of these age-old dogmas. Many young people acknowledge the problem: modern knowledge is contrary to the ancient dogmas of faith.Doubts about the credibility of traditional beliefs and religious ceremonies arise. The consequence is the absence from the Sunday worship services and, ultimately, withdrawal from the churches. Many church municipalities suffer already from financial difficulties. The Christian churches react to this negative development slowly, and do not meet the core of the problem. Young ministers realize the contradictions between faith and knowledge. How are they to preach the gospel to their municipalities convincingly in these times?This book presents discussions between a young, open minded and highly educated young man, and an elderly minister. In the beginning, progress and tradition cannot find each other. That the responsible bishop stands on the reformer’s side is a happy coincidence. Under guidance of this modern thinking bishop, the two create an up-to-date Christian theology. The female housekeeper of the minister is impressed by the talented young man. A love affair arises. Along the way, there are many serious challenges to overcome. In the end, hope triumphs.About the Author:Claus-Peter Ganssauge lives near Aachen, Germany. He is inspired to write to further his commitment to the revitalization of Christian communities. Publisher’s Web site: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/Illusions-Visions.html
(Guitar Recorded Versions). According to The All Music Guide , Steve Vai describes this album as a rock fable: " Real Illusions: Reflections is the first part of a multilayered menagerie of vignettes based on the amplified mental exaggerations of a truth-seeking madman who sees the world... Oh, never mind." Our folio features note-for-note transcriptions of this axemaster's amazing playing on all 11 tracks, including: Building the Church * Firewall * Freak Show Excess * K'm-Pee-Du-Wee * Yai Yai * and more.
A mysterious man appears in town ... a man only children can see. A young boy's heart does not beat ... just like everyone else's in the world. A group of teenagers find an old woman in a cavern ... and a tunnel that leads to another dimension. Two boys on the run from an abusive father stumble across an empty farmhouse ... a farmhouse haunted by more than just memories. As Robert Swartwood proves in his first full-length collection, illusions are all around us. Some are real. Some are terrifying.Real Illusions is 80,000 words and contains ten stories (including the novellas The Man on the Bench, Through the Guts of a Beggar, and The Silver Ring), as well as a special author introduction and story notes. Praise for Robert Swartwood: "Robert Swartwood is the next F. Paul Wilson -- if F. Paul Wilson's DNA was spliced with Michael Marshall Smith. If you haven't yet read Swartwood, you're missing out." -- Brian Keene