Into the Rainbow

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AuthorHouse, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 120 pages

Humor is an important element in good health. We take ourselves too seriously sometimes. This book of common sense is multi-dimensional. It is a collection of thoughts for all ages: children, teens, and adults from all walks of life. It is written to help us think before we act or react too quickly. There are sketches to enhance the ideas shared. The thoughts can be taken literally or if thought about, a deeper meaning can be read "between the lines." Some are humorous and some are more serious. Common Sense to Contemplate is a book to sit down and relax with or share with someone else. Some of the thoughts may sound familiar because you or someone has said them. Remember the book is just common sense.

The reader can, also, have the opportunity to share some of his/her common sense in the second book of the series: Common Sense, Too. (See information at the end of the book.) Common sense is just those things that are sometimes apparent, but we are in such a hurry we don't do them. This book helps to remind us of those ideas and actions.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
THE EARLY YEARS
4
EXPERIENCING OUR PSYCHIC GIFTS
15
EUROPE THE SECOND TIME AROUND
23
BEING YOUR OWN GUIDE
34
BRINGING ABOUT MAJOR TRANSFORMATIONS
43
DELPHIS ORACLE
52
SPECIAL EXPERIENCES IN OUR MUNDANE LIVES
67
MY EXPERIENCE WITH SPIRIT GUIDES
85
CONCLUSION
100
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Fumiko Hosokawa is chair of the Department of Sociology at California State University, Dominguez Hills.

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