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Mind, Body and Spirituality ebooks

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The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
Living from the Heart by Nirmala
Nothing Personal by Nirmala
The Butterfly and the Diving Bell by Mark Higham
A Blueprint for Creating Change by Paul Alexander Wood
The Tolerance of Hinduism by J. R. Singh
Stories for Parents, Children and Grandchildren 1 by Paulo Coelho
Stories for Parents, Children and Grandchildren 2 by Paulo Coelho
Only the Albatross Remembers by Ananda Wolf
Beautiful Dreamer by Barry Daniels
A Peaceable Kingdom by Richard Borovsky
The Song the Birds Forgot by Richard Borovsky
Three of Hearts by Richard Borovsky
States of Matter by Richard Borovsky
How to Be Free by Joe Blow
Fragments from Chronos by J.J. Loe
Five Jewels of Wisdom by David Barrett-Murrer
The Sutras of Awakening by David Barrett-Murrer
The Conundrums of Psychology - Sam Vaknin
Free Book: Cyclopedia of Philosophy
Issues in Ethics - Sam Vaknin
Bioethics and Population - Sam Vaknin
The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles
Self, Stuff, & Stomach - Anonymous
The Zen Experience by Thomas Hoover
Butterflies Are Free To Fly by Stephen Davis
Where are the zombies? by Kar Y. Lee
Kundalini Awakens Zeballos by Mallory Neeve Wilkins
The Great Simulator - Part 1 by David McCready
The thieving student is a short spirituality story taken from Paulo Coelho's mind and body Stories for Parents, Children and Grandchildren 'A student of the Zen master Bankei was caught stealing during a class. The other students demanded his expulsion, but Bankei decided to take no further action. Days later, the student stole again, and the master still said nothing. Enraged, the other students demanded that the thief be punished, since such behaviour could not be tolerated. 'How wise you are!' said Bankei. 'You have learned how to tell right from wrong ...