299. Books on religions not provided for elsewhere in the DDC
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Gregg Braden The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits, 2008.
Merging ancient beliefs in miracles with modern scientific discoveries, author Gregg Braden shows how we can change ourselves and our reality through our emotions and focused beliefs.
Dennis Merrit Jones The Art of Being: 101 Ways to Practice Purpose in Your Life, 2004.
Dennis Jones provides ways to incorporate mindfulness into your life every day.
Kenneth McIntosh Water from an Ancient Well: Celtic Spirituality for Modern Life, 2011.
Educator and spiritual mentor Kenneth McIntosh helps readers understand what religious life would have been like for the ancient Celtic saints. By providing stories, scriptures, and prayers, this book can help you imitate their practices.
Janet Reitman Inside Scientology: The Story of America’s Most Secretive Religion, 2011.
Journalist Janet Reitman narrates the history of the Church of Scientology, a religion created in 1954 by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard. Scientology has been accused of being a cult. They have a history of intimidation and secretiveness. Reitman spent five years researching this book, which looks at this hidden group.
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