Young Aisha and the wise Warrior of Silence set off on an exciting and dangerous voyage to discover the secrets of our true inner powers. During their long journey, they meet mysterious, divine beings, discover ancient wisdom and learn the sacred practice of meditation which helps them to discover the truth about a hidden power that lies like a treasure within everyone.
There are some stars that are hard to see. They twinkle and wink dimly from far away. With other stars, you will need a telescope to make their light sharp and bright. They are suns, distant and powerful, sources of life. And there are other stars still, which will never be seen. They can only ever be felt. They are inside.
Alicia and White Angel is the story of Alicia and her adventure to find her true destiny. During her search, Alicia has an amazing companion: White Angel. He is there all the time to provide assistance. He is there for her. He is there to help her find herself. Join her to find the meaning of her life.
Children need to be aware and experience how beautiful they are on the inside, so they want to stay like this and show more of it. This awareness training helps children to get to know themselves. It gives them the desire to choose for the beautiful sides of their character.
Hand-painted illustrations and colorful memories help us relive fragrant experiences and teach the young ones, in another addition to the Sahaja universe of enlightened media. The qualities of a brother are in all our chakras and nadis lets discover them together.
The Sahaja sister book explores the role and importance of sahaja sisters. Embracing chakra by chakra the purest qualities of sisters that make us love them so much. Providing the shakti power to their siblings, sisters are blessed with a special right to protect through correcting.
At the end of a long dry spell, young Dan Waterman sees something extraordinary - the faint traces of an ancient giant figure cut into the side of one of the chalk hills near London. More extraordinary still, the figure is of the Indian god, Shiva. But the following day it rains, the grass grows and the traces are lost.