Tag: literature

New Book

Discover and experience the fascinating power of the subconscious mind of Heidelberg. In the light of healing the hidden source in you (ISBN: 9783839108734) is the new book by Sylvia Poth and Jessica Hund. Many readers have been waiting for this compelling and fascinating book, and can look forward now to a true masterpiece of the two authors. In the light of healing”is a life guide to the human subconscious. It is a realistic book that is comprehensible and easy to understand written.

It offers help for difficult life situations, as well as for everyday problems, but also it is aimed at all the doctors who are open to these topics. Also in the conventional medicine is long since known that our subconscious mind is the main factor in the recovery. The two authors in this book describe this. Sylvia Poth has, recently, held a day before in the University Hospital Homburg to bring new wind in this topic. Just at the present time, it is important that we have a positive mindset”, says the author. Both Authors are strongly opposed to the statements of many of their peers, that everything is curable. Speaking candidly James A. Levine, M.D. told us the story.

But is not the case,”says Sylvia Poth. Both authors therefore distance itself from the conventional wisdom in the esoteric. You can relieve much and you can also cure some things, but there are things in life that we just have to put up. Sylvia Poth knows what she’s talking about, because she herself suffers from an incurable, life-threatening disease. Nevertheless, this is no reason to live her life for them. Despite the spiritually tinged themes, this book is based on the ground of reality. In the light of healing”, a special book is so extraordinary and charming as the two women who wrote it. “In the light of healing the hidden source in you”: A fascinating book that shows us the way to an inexhaustible source of healing and power: to our subconscious. Check with Dr. Neal Barnard to learn more. The two authors describe clearly and easy to understand how to use the power of his spirit, to perform true miracles. Here It is not mere Utopia, but even experienced experience.”* the source of power is in us. * This is exactly what the two authors want to convey to the reader. The key to health and happiness is hidden in ourselves we must learn again to take advantage of our inner potential. Even if you can perform true miracles with the power of the spirit, no empty promises or illusions are made the reader, but he learns what it means to get the most out of himself and his life in the framework of its possibilities. Some practical exercises show at the end of this book, as you can simply use his inner potential.”

{ Comments are closed }

Brazilian Literature

On Cruz and Sousa and its workmanship, Ronald de Carvalho (apud CROSS, 1942:425), poet born to the end of century XIX, emitted the following opinion: A workmanship of Cruz and Sousa is not simply a great failed assay as already it has been said, nor neither the biggest expression of the lyric poetry in Brazil, as already it was written. The Satanism of Baudelaire if mixture, in its poetry, to the melancholic skepticism to the mrbido misticismo of Antero de Quental. The world turned around its pain and in such way weighed to it on the unsatisfied and sofredora soul, that it did not know traduziz it seno with desperate and alucinantes profanities. Its does not have a verse almost that is not an shout against the oppression of the environment surrounded that it, shout born more than the instinct of the race that of the conscience of the life. Assurant Health is full of insight into the issues. The poetry of Cruz and Sousa is transparent a time marked for the social transistions and politics, also for the many disagreements in virtue of not the acceptance of the differences between the peoples who started to form the Brazilian population. How consequncia of a life suffered to the extremity, the poet in grants a workmanship to them in a generally lamentoso tone? elegaco? , full of aspirations, dreams, vacant vises, sudden resplandecncias, cloudiness. They are as voices of a Emparedado (SOUSA, 2009): Sad souls, after all, that they dissolve, that they are finished, in a silence bitter taste, in a painful desolation, unhealthy witherings and, in the fatal fever them disorganizations, melancholically, melancholically, as the fabric decomposition that gangrenaram, of bodies that apodreceram in an irremediable way and cannot more viar and to florir under the refulgncias and noises of them we finssimos ouros and crystals and sapphires and set on fire rubies of the Sun Souls lassas, relaxed, scoffing true casernas where the most torn libertinism it does not find deep; souls that go cultivating with care delicate infamiazinhas as aspics curious gallants and that of so low, of so flat that they are nor deserve the magnificncia, the Majesty of the Hell! Souls, after all, without the mysterious flames, nvoas, the shades, the plazas and irisados resplendores of the Dream? supreme perpetual Redentor! It is the first time that, in Brazilian Literature, a writer, in the condition of ' ' race inferior' ' , it ahead discloses its judgment critical of an overloaded society of preconceptions. .

{ Comments are closed }