An Awakening Within: Stories and Reflections to Rekindle Your Spirit and Awaken Your Soul!

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iUniverse, Feb 11, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 168 pages

If there is to be an awakening, it must be with in uswithin each of our soulsfor that is the only place that true and lasting change can occur. We must awaken to the wonderful possibilities of what we can become as one world, and not focus on what we have been as separate nations. We must awaken to the things we are forthe things that unite us as a planetand not dwell on what we are against by drawing lines in the sand. We must awaken to the power of the God force and allow it to lead our collective consciousness to a new and higher way of being. We must awaken to the power of love. Jeffrey Alan Hall
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Contents

Introduction
1
Gifts Of The Angels
5
Old Hippies New Causes and The Return of the Lava Lamp
11
An Awakening Within
17
Love The One Youre With
21
Too Much Stuff
25
Children Of The Light
33
Better Lives Begin with Better Choices
43
For This I Am Grateful
99
A Dancer To The Drum
103
No Regrets
123
River Of Souls
129
Love
133
Pastor Denny Halloween and The War Against Evil
139
The Power Of Words
143
Become Your Highest Gift
147

Bicycles Beer And AWhole Lot Of Wisdom
47
The Infinite Power Within
53
Relationships
59
Your Last Five Minutes
65
Perfect Balance
71
To Share A Common Table
81
Nothing But The Truth So Help Me God
87
Natures Silent Tear
91
From Frequent Flyer To Frequent Father
95
One Clear Voice
151
Choose To Be Happy
155
Let Your Compass Be Your Guide
161
I Dare You
165
Where There Is Hatred Let Me Sow Love
171
RamblingsSome Further Thoughts About God Surrender and Heaven on Earth
177
About the Author
189
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Jeffrey Alan Hall is an author, speaker and spiritual Life Coach. He is the founder of Soulworks® Life Coaching and Souls@Work® workshops and seminars.

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