From Grammy-winning musical icon and legendary bassist Victor L. Wooten comes The Music Lesson, the story of a struggling young musician who wanted music to be his life, and who wanted his life to be great. Then, from nowhere it seemed, a teacher arrived. Part musical genius, part philosopher, part eccentric wise man, the teacher would guide the young musician on a spiritual journey, and teach him that the gifts we get from music mirror those from life, and every movement, phrase, and chord has its own meaning...All you have to do is find the song inside.
"Open your heart to God's love and you will get all the respite you need. It is not that difficult. Whenever I was down in the dumps I prayed. You don't pray because it is not in you to beg God for help; but you can open your heart to God and let God's love pour into you. That is the way of the open heart. Here's what you do: think of all the times you loved, and let your heart fill with those memories. Think of one time, one moment of love, and just let the love fill your heart again; that's the exercise. It is your prayer. Don't ask for anything more, because God's love is all there is. I am always with you, my dear friend." Chapter 35: Padre Pio's Promise
Mind & Music: Tips and Lessons from the Guy in the Back Row is a book filled with relevant and enlightening anecdotes to help people find their own “voice.” Watching life from the back row - close enough to see, hear and feel the vibe - but not too close to mess up the flow... makes all the difference! Insights, tips, life lessons and stories collected by Farrell through decades of working with singers, songwriters, performing artists, live presenters and television personalities are shared to inspire you.
The Teacher’s Guide to Conquering Chronic Stress and Sickness
Author: Lesley Moffat
Pubpsher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
I Love My Job But It’s Killing Me is the step-by-step guide teachers need to get back to the career they love without compromising their health any longer. I Love My Job But It’s Killing Me is a no-nonsense and practical guide to help get teachers started today on the path to improved health and more energy, so they can get back their career – and their life. Within I Love My Job But It’s Killing Me, teachers learn techniques that will: Improve their ability to fall and stay asleep Reduce brain fog and exhaustion brought on by stress Eliminate or greatly minimize aches and pains that interfere with daily work Help them reclaim the energy needed to support their work and family life Gives concrete steps to take when it feels like it’s all falling apart
The Great Cosmic Lesson Plan is a unique way of looking at life. It presents a perspective that combines spirituality, psychology, humor and music as pieces of the puzzle leading to a happy, peaceful, meaningful life. We are all connected to each other in the great energy source that is God. We become unhappy when things don’t go our way in the material world. This book suggests that happiness will come from a gradual shift to spiritual values. The book presents practical techniques for letting go of anger, fear, guilt, and negative beliefs. Additionally, humor and music are very helpful in aiding the process of letting go. Part One explores changes which need to be made to find happiness and the means to accomplish those changes. Ultimately to reach this goal, there needs be a connection to the source of all being, often called God. Part Two presents this message in the form of a comic novel. Dr. Hans Off, a chiropractor meets tragedy when he is bitten by an aardvark and can no longer practice his profession. Instead of sinking into depression, he goes on a spiritual search to find new meaning in his life. He visits a variety of therapists including an analyst, an existentialist and a spiritual therapist. Dr. Off discovers that enlightenment requires lightening up.
People have honest doubts and questions about God that deserve solid answers. How do we explain the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a way we can all understand? Ray Pritchard has updated this best-selling presentation of the gospel in a clear, straightforward way using simple language and clear Scripture references. An Anchor for the Soul is written with doubters, seekers, and skeptics in mind. In a clear, straightforward presentation, he answers questions such as: What is God like? How can I know Him? Who is Jesus and what did He do? What does it mean to be a Christian? Through stories and illustrations, Pastor Pritchard very personally, yet gently, challenges his readers with the Good News of Jesus Christ.