About the BloggerJeff Maziarek is an inspirational speaker and author. His first book, Spirituality Simplified, is an easy-to-understand and entertaining work that provides an ideal starting point for anyone with a sincere desire to pursue a path of personal and/or spiritual growth.
Jeff's second book, Codi's Journey (2011), is a memoir about his beloved Border Collie who passed away in 2005. Both books are available in both print and eBook formats through Amazon.com. For more information about these books visit Spiritsimple.com.com and Codipup.com.
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Category Archives: Excerpts from Inspirational Books
The following passage is from a book called “Awaken to the Healer Within” by the late Rich Work, a very spiritual man who touched a lot of lives in a very positive way. Since there is a lot of information … Continue reading
A while back I read a book by John Selby called “Expand This Moment,” which I found to be a wonderful spiritual growth resource. Here’s a passage from it that I felt was really insightful: “My experience is that, with … Continue reading
Healing Related Quotes These two passages are from a book called Potentiate Your DNA by Sol Luckman. I have found this to be a fascinating work, one that presents a solid case for the position that it’s time for the … Continue reading
If you’ve ever read or heard of or read You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay, the book “The Secret Language of Your Body” by Inna Segal, which I mentioned in an earlier post, is similar in concept (i.e., … Continue reading
“The model suggested by Braud’s work is of a universe, to some degree, under our control. Our wishes and intentions create our reality. We might be able to use them to have a happier life, to block unfavorable influences, to … Continue reading
The following passage from Swami Muktananda is one of my all time favorites, and as such I wanted to post it on this blog. Bye for now. “There is only one God for everyone in this world. It is not … Continue reading
“Whereas placebos have no side effects, the same cannot be said for prescription drugs. According to the JAMA, some 250,000 people die each year from the negative effects of drugs, unnecessary surgeries, infections they pick up in hospitals, and other … Continue reading
“Prevention is the best medicine, and it’s also the best form of health insurance: by investing in fresh, organically grown foods, we can prevent illness. Food is medicine as well. Chemical treatments for illnesses can harm us, which may make … Continue reading
“Prayers are personal and yet there are aspects of praying which need to be noted. There are elements within the prayer framework which help the individual send out the most appropriate requests for guidance and action. An opening or salutation … Continue reading