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A Devotee By Mary Cholmondeley
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A Devotee was published in 1897 by Mary Cholmondeley. AUTHOR OF 'DIANA TEMPEST,' 'SIR CHARLES DANVERS,' AND 'THE DANVERS JEWELS'. She was an English novelist. This book has 14 chapters
Guru Rasa and Her DEVOTEES By Rasa Von Werder
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What happens when a person seeks spiritual Enlightenment from another human being who might have it? Read this and you will see mysteries unfold, as disciples explain how they found Guru Rasa, and... More > what happened when they did. It all unfolds through dreams, visions and feelings, as the Shakti Kundalini or Holy Spirit touches them by grace and changes them, pulls them higher through the Chakras. Amazing stories of spiritual awakening and quickening abound here; disciples become ecstatic with bliss, joy and love. Guru Rasa first appeared as a spiritual power via the internet in 2004, and by 2006, thousands of people believed in her – why? Because when they prayed to her (often building altars) things happened – and here are their accounts, with many more to come in future. Illustrated with beautiful photos of the Guru as well as her followers.< Less
Guru Rasa and Her DEVOTEES By Rasa Von Werder
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What happens when a person seeks spiritual Enlightenment from another human being who might have it? Read this and you will see mysteries unfold, as disciples explain how they found Guru Rasa, and... More > what happened when they did. It all unfolds through dreams, visions and feelings, as the Shakti Kundalini or Holy Spirit touches them by grace and changes them, pulls them higher through the Chakras. Amazing stories of spiritual awakening and quickening abound here; disciples become ecstatic with bliss, joy and love. Guru Rasa first appeared as a spiritual power via the internet in 2004, and by 2006, thousands of people believed in her – why? Because when they prayed to her (often building altars) things happened – and here are their accounts, with many more to come in future. Illustrated with beautiful photos of the Guru as well as her followers.< Less
A Devotee: An Episode in the Life of a Butterfly By Mary Cholmondeley
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Mary Cholmondeley (8 June 1859 – 15 July 1925) was an... More > English novelist.Mary Cholmondeley (usually pronounced /ˈtʃʌmli/) was born at Hodnet near Market Drayton in Shropshire, the third of eight children of Rev Richard Hugh Cholmondeley (1827–1910) and his wife Emily Beaumont (1831–1893). Her great-uncle was the hymn-writing bishop Reginald Heber and her niece the writer Stella Benson. An uncle, Reginald Cholmondeley of Condover Hall was host to the American novelist Mark Twain on his visits to England. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Cholmondeley< Less
A Devotee: An Episode in the Life of a Butterfly By Mary Cholmondeley
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Published in 1897, A Devotee is a novel by Mary Cholmondeley, which features the character of Rev. Gresley, who would also appear in her most famous novel, Red Pottage.
Obì Àbàtà: Everyday divination for the òrìsà devotee By Sue Kucklick
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Obì Àbàtà: Black and white version. Everyday divination for the òrìṣà devotee brings a concise and useful explanation to the hands of... More > English-speaking readers. The author, an olosha with over 15 years of initiation, includes years of experience and research into an accessible, easy-to-understand book devoid of the inaccuracies and misrepresentations found in too many works about the tradition. This book was first published in Cuba by the academic press Ediciones Oriente of Santiago de Cuba, where the author has family ties. This edition has been extensively revised and expanded, and can include color photos upon request.< Less
Volume 1992, Disability devotee --- DISCLOSE Act By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 1992, Disability devotee---DISCLOSE Act Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman scale of... More > big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Krishna Deities and Their Miracles: How the Images of Lord Krishna Interact with Their Devotees By Stephen Knapp
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This book helps reveal how the Deities of Krishna in the temple are but another channel through which the Divine can be better understood and perceived. In fact, the Deities Themselves can exhibit... More > what some would call miracles in the way They reveal how the Divine accepts the Deity form. These miracles between the Deities of Krishna and His devotees happen in many different ways, and all the time. This is one process through which Krishna, or the Supreme Being, reveals Himself and the reality of His existence. Stories of such miracles or occurrences extend through the ages up to modern times, and all around the world. This book relates an assortment of these events to show how the images in the temples have manifested Their personality and character in various ways in Their pastimes with Their devotees, whether it be for developing their devotion, instructing them, or simply giving them His kindness, mercy or inspiration.< Less
The Women in Nichiren’s Sangha: Female Devotees of the Lotus Sūtra in Medieval Japan By The Nichiren Mandala Study Workshop
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Although the women in Nichiren’s sangha did not have a leading role, it is obvious that without their active support, his movement could not develop through the centuries. The Lotus Sūtra,... More > which predicts enlightenment to women in their present form, was already particularly popular with women since the Heian period. In the twelfth chapter, the eight-year-old daughter of the dragon king becomes a Buddha by hearing the Lotus, thus making it the most popular among female believers. Their importance in the group transpares from the frequent and numerous letters as well as the mandala bestowed to them. A small Gohonzon was only bestowed to the most faithful, but a large scroll inscribed in formal style with a personal name on it, indicated a leading role. Since quite a few of these Gohonzon are actually extant, it denotes that among the early daimoku-kō there were in fact women in leadership positions.< Less
The Women in Nichiren’s Sangha: Female Devotees of the Lotus Sutra in Medieval Japan By The Nichiren Mandala Study Workshop
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Although the women in Nichiren’s sangha did not have a leading role, it is obvious that without their active support, his movement could not develop through the centuries. The Lotus Sūtra,... More > which predicts enlightenment to women in their present form, was already particularly popular with women since the Heian period. In the twelfth chapter, the eight-year-old daughter of the dragon king becomes a Buddha by hearing the Lotus, thus making it the most popular among female believers. Their importance in the group transpares from the frequent and numerous letters as well as the mandala bestowed to them. A small Gohonzon was only bestowed to the most faithful, but a large scroll inscribed in formal style with a personal name on it, indicated a leading role. Since quite a few of these Gohonzon are actually extant, it denotes that among the early daimoku-kō there were in fact women in leadership positions.< Less

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