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Intuition Applied and Angels Allied: Ascension Implied By Wayne Myers PhD, RMT
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Ascension gives reflection of universal connection, along with increase of inner peace. It is also shown by what is outgrown. One is no longer prone to feeling alone. They can travel their road in a... More > benevolent mode and won’t emotionally implode. In a sense, they create a transcendent state. Bringing intuition into fruition is a connective condition superseding suspicion. Angels give only support of a positive sort, so this book helps guide to the ascending side. Many thoughts bring about all kinds of doubt, and ego has ways of darkening days. Have a structured thrust that can lead to trust. What one may not see can still be key as signals abound in every surround. Become a receiver and then a believer.< Less
Intuition Applied and Angels Allied: Ascension Implied By Wayne Myers PhD, RMT
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Ascension gives reflection of universal connection, along with increase of inner peace. It is also shown by what is outgrown. One is no longer prone to feeling alone. They can travel their road in a... More > benevolent mode and won’t emotionally implode. In a sense, they create a transcendent state. Bringing intuition into fruition is a connective condition superseding suspicion. Angels give only support of a positive sort, so this book helps guide to the ascending side. Many thoughts bring about all kinds of doubt, and ego has ways of darkening days. Have a structured thrust that can lead to trust. What one may not see can still be key as signals abound in every surround. Become a receiver and then a believer.< Less
Wired Love: A Romance of Dots and Dashes By Ella Cheever Thayer
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Just a noise, that is all. But a very significant noise to Miss Nathalie Rogers, or Nattie, as she was usually abbreviated; a noise that caused her to lay aside her book, and jump up hastily,... More > exclaiming, with a gesture of impatience:— "Somebody always 'calls' me in the middle of every entertaining chapter!" For that noise, that little clatter, like, and yet too irregular to be the ticking of a clock, expressed to Nattie these four mystic letters:— "B m—X n;" which same four mystic letters, interpreted, meant that the name, or, to use the technical word, "call," of the telegraph office over which she was present sole presiding genius, was "B m," and that "B m" was wanted by another office on the wire, designated as "X n." A little, out-of-the-way, country office, some fifty miles down the line, was "X n," and, as Nattie signaled in reply to the "call" her readiness to receive any communications therefrom, ...< Less