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Ordinary Magic

Ordinary Magic Author Ann S. Masten
ISBN-10 9781462523719
Release 2015-10-12
Pages 370
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From a pioneering researcher, this book synthesizes the best current knowledge on resilience in children and adolescents. Ann S. Masten explores what allows certain individuals to thrive and adapt despite adverse circumstances, such as poverty, chronic family problems, or exposure to trauma. Coverage encompasses the neurobiology of resilience as well as the role of major contexts of development: families, schools, and culture. Identifying key protective factors in early childhood and beyond, Masten provides a cogent framework for designing programs to promote resilience. Complex concepts are carefully defined and illustrated with real-world examples.



Ordinary Magic

Ordinary Magic Author Cameron Powell
ISBN-10 1684017572
Release 2018-06-05
Pages 240
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A terrifying diagnosis. An unbreakable bond. And one unforgettable journey. Cameron Powell has always struggled with goodbyes. On the day his marriage ends, he finds out his mother's cancer has returnedand this time there may be no escape. Faced with the prospect of more chemo and surgery, his Germanborn mother, Inge, vows to conquer a 500mile trek across Spain, and Cameron pushes aside his fears to walk by her side. Joined by a misfit band of adventurersa politically incorrect Spaniard, a theatrical Frenchwoman, a teenager who's never been far from homeCameron and Inge write a fierce and funny travelogue about the rocky heights and hidden valleys of the Camino de Santiago.



Ordinary Magic

Ordinary Magic Author Caitlen Rubino-Bradway
ISBN-10 9781599908342
Release 2012-05-08
Pages 288
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In Abby's world, magic isn't anything special: it's a part of everyday life. So when Abby is discovered to have zero magical abilities, she's branded an Ord-ordinary, bad luck, and quite possibly a danger to society. The outlook for an ord isn't bright. Many are cast out by their families, while others are sold to treasure hunters (ords are impervious to spells and enchantments) Luckily for Abby, her family enrolls her in a special school for kids who must learn how to get around in the world without magic. But with kidnappers and carnivorous goblins lurking around every corner, Abby's biggest problem may not be what she's going to do with her life - it's whether she's going to survive the school year.



Ordinary Magic

Ordinary Magic Author Malcolm Joseph Bosse
ISBN-10 0374425175
Release 1993
Pages 185
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Uprooted from his home in India by a tragedy, Ganesh begins a new life in the Midwest where his experiences with Hinduism, Yoga, and mantras are considered alien.



Ordinary Magic

Ordinary Magic Author John Welwood
ISBN-10 0877735972
Release 1992
Pages 338
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A collection of essays shows how to apply the art of meditation to everyday life



Perceiving Ordinary Magic

Perceiving Ordinary Magic Author Jeremy W. Hayward
ISBN-10 0394727045
Release 1984
Pages 336
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Examines the basis of human perception, describes the state of unconditioned goodness, and shows how meditation can help provide a fresh view of the world



The Magic of Ordinary Days

The Magic of Ordinary Days Author Ann Howard Creel
ISBN-10 1101126965
Release 2002-06-25
Pages 304
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Olivia Dunne, a studious minister's daughter who dreams of being an archaeologist, never thought that the drama of World War II would affect her quiet life in Denver. An exhilarating flirtation reshapes her life, though, and she finds herself banished to a rural Colorado outpost, married to a man she hardly knows. Overwhelmed by loneliness, Olivia tentatively tries to establish a new life, finding much-needed friendship and solace in two Japanese American sisters who are living at a nearby internment camp. When Olivia unwittingly becomes an accomplice to a crime and is faced with betrayal, she finally confronts her own desires. Beautifully written and filled with memorable characters, Creel's novel is a powerful exploration of the nature of trust and love.



Anything But Ordinary Addie

Anything But Ordinary Addie Author Mara Rockliff
ISBN-10 9780763668419
Release 2016
Pages 48
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Traces the story of dancer-turned-magician's assistant Adelaide Herrmann, placing her achievements against a backdrop of period conventions about women in the arts and her determination to continue her work after the death of her husband.



Magic of the Ordinary

Magic of the Ordinary Author Gershon Winkler
ISBN-10 1556434448
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 238
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A spiritual crisis sent Orthodox rabbi Gershon Winkler to remote regions of the Southwest, where he studied with Native American healers. From them he began to recover the long-lost wisdom of what he calls “Aboriginal Judaism”: the religion’s tribal roots. This book tracks his personal journey and draws from a dazzling mix of sources to detail the surprising connections between two seemingly unrelated religions.



Ordinary Magic Flashes of Intra sensory Perception

Ordinary Magic   Flashes of Intra sensory Perception Author Woollam, Ray H. (Ray Herbert)
ISBN-10 0920649041
Release 1987
Pages 133
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Ordinary Magic Flashes of Intra sensory Perception has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Ordinary Magic Flashes of Intra sensory Perception also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Ordinary Magic Flashes of Intra sensory Perception book for free.



Jesus Land

Jesus Land Author Julia Scheeres
ISBN-10 9781619021341
Release 2012-10-30
Pages 384
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Julia and her adopted brother, David, are sixteen-years-old. Julia is white. David is black. It is the mid-1980s and their family has just moved to rural Indiana, a landscape of cottonwood trees, trailer parks, and an all-encompassing racism. At home are a distant mother—more involved with her church’s missionaries than her own children—and a violent father. In this riveting and heartrending memoir Julia Scheeres takes us from the Midwest to a place beyond imagining: surrounded by natural beauty, the Escuela Caribe—a religious reform school in the Dominican Republic—is characterized by a disciplinary regime that extracts repentance from its students by any means necessary. Julia and David strive to make it through these ordeals and their tale is relayed here with startling immediacy, extreme candor, and wry humor.



Ordinary Magic

Ordinary Magic Author Alison Stone
ISBN-10 1630450316
Release 2016-08-29
Pages 112
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Poetry. Award-winning poet Alison Stone draws from the tarot in her latest collection. These 78 poems range from the archetypal (The Fool, The Magician, etc.) to the everyday situations of love, work, ideas, and conflicts that make up our lives. Mythical figures from past and present appear—Prometheus and Persephone represent court cards, as do Lou Reed and Steve Jobs. By turns witty and heartbreaking, this book goes down easily enough to be devoured in one sitting yet reveals greater depths with each subsequent reading. Stone's accessible lyrics move and entertain us with the struggles and joys of what it means to be human.



Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life

Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life Author Amy Krouse Rosenthal
ISBN-10 9780307420657
Release 2007-12-18
Pages 240
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How do you conjure a life? Give the truest account of what you saw, felt, learned, loved, strived for? For Amy Krouse Rosenthal, the surprising answer came in the form of an encyclopedia. In Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life she has ingeniously adapted this centuries-old format for conveying knowledge into a poignant, wise, often funny, fully realized memoir. Using mostly short entries organized from A to Z, many of which are cross-referenced, Rosenthal captures in wonderful and episodic detail the moments, observations, and emotions that comprise a contemporary life. Start anywhere—preferably at the beginning—and see how one young woman’s alphabetized existence can open up and define the world in new and unexpected ways. An ordinary life, perhaps, but an extraordinary book. From the Hardcover edition.



Helping Children with Complex Needs Bounce Back

Helping Children with Complex Needs Bounce Back Author Kim Aumann
ISBN-10 1846428939
Release 2009-01-15
Pages 224
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Bringing up a special child can leave parents feeling deskilled, disarmed, and worn down. A resilient child has the ability to cope with challenging situations, and the capacity to bounce back from trauma and gain long-term strength from these life experiences. Resilient Therapy TM is an innovative way of strengthening children with complex needs. This is a tried-and-tested handbook for parents to read from cover to cover, or dip in and out of as needed. Accessible and fun, Helping Children with Complex Needs Bounce Back includes exercises and worksheets, as well as breaking down the principles of the latest research, making them easy to apply to everyday situations. This 'magic box' of ideas and remedies is perfect for parents and carers, friends and families of children with disabilities, special educational needs, and mental or physical health needs, as well as professionals working with these children.



Magic to the Bone

Magic to the Bone Author Devon Monk
ISBN-10 110107891X
Release 2008-11-04
Pages 368
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Devon Monk is casting a spell on the fantasy world... Using magic means it uses you back, and every spell exacts a price from its user. But some people get out of it by Offloading the cost of magic onto an innocent. Then it’s Allison Beckstrom’s job to identify the spell-caster. Allie would rather live a hand-to-mouth existence than accept the family fortune—and the strings that come with it. But when she finds a boy dying from a magical Offload that has her father’s signature all over it, Allie is thrown back into his world of black magic. And the forces she calls on in her quest for the truth will make her capable of things that some will do anything to control...



An Ordinary Girl a Magical Child

An Ordinary Girl  a Magical Child Author W. Lyon Martin
ISBN-10 9780979683435
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 48
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Introduces Wicca, presenting what Wiccans believe, how they practice magic, and their rituals and holidays, through a story about a young girl named Rabbit and her Pagan family.



Toward a Psychology of Awakening

Toward a Psychology of Awakening Author John Welwood
ISBN-10 9780834825543
Release 2002-02-12
Pages 352
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How can we connect the spiritual realizations of Buddhism with the psychological insights of the West? In Toward a Psychology of Awakening John Welwood addresses this question with comprehensiveness and depth. Along the way he shows how meditative awareness can help us develop more dynamic and vital relationships and how psychotherapy can help us embody spiritual realization more fully in everyday life. Welwood's psychology of awakening brings together the three major dimensions of human experience: personal, interpersonal, and suprapersonal, in one overall framework of understanding and practice.