Tapping the Source [Audiobook]
23 June 2012, 13:58
Gildan Media | 2011 | English | ISBN: 159659764X | MP3 VBR V0 | 6 hrs 02 mins | 363.51 MB
Easy to use, enjoyable to listen to, and effective, Tapping the Source presents a revolutionary new system for manifesting the harmony, abundance, love, and fulfillment you fully deserve. This modern, enhanced-power version of Charles Haanel's legendary Master Key System combines short-form meditation techniques with new psychological insights. It will teach you how to tap into your personal potential through Daily Manifestation Sessions, each totaling no more than three to five minutes.
Published in 1912, The Master Key System went on to influence Ernest Holmes, Napoleon Hill, and many other authors and individuals through to the present day. In Tapping the Source, William Gladstone, Richard Greninger, and John Selby have gone back to Haanel's original words and principles, and developed specific, easy-to-follow exercises that heighten your ability to implement Haanel's core principles. By regularly aligning your personal attitudes with the natural laws of the universe and by opening yourself to receive insights that further advance your attitudes in successful directions, you can create the life you desire.
Whether you desire a new love mate or a new job, better health or a better backhand, higher test scores or higher spiritual harmony, regardless of the type of manifestation you seek in life, here's a full daily routine that can help generate the results you're looking for.
Empires of the Sea [Audiobook]
23 June 2012, 05:05
Tantor Media | 2008 | ISBN: 1400157226 | MP3@64 kbps | 11 hrs 12 mins | 314.01 MB
Empires of the Sea tells the story of the 50-year world war between Islam and Christianity for the Mediterranean: one of the fiercest and most influential contests in European history. It traces events from the appearance on the world stage of Suleiman the Magnificent - the legendary ruler of the Ottoman Empire - through "the years of devastation" when it seemed possible that Islam might master the whole sea, to the final brief flourishing of a united Christendom in 1571.
The core of the story is the six years of bitter and bloody conflict between 1565 and 1571 that witnessed a fight to the finish. It was a tipping point in world civilization, a fast-paced struggle of spiraling intensity that led from the siege of Malta and the battle for Cyprus to the pope's last-gasp attempt to rekindle the spirit of the Crusades and the apocalypse at Lepanto.
It features a rich cast of characters: Suleiman the Magnificent, greatest of Ottoman sultans; Hayrettin Barbarossa, the pirate who terrified Europe; the Knights of St. John, last survivors of the medieval crusading spirit; the aged visionary Pope Pius V; and the meteoric, brilliant Christian general, Don John of Austria.
It is also a narrative about places: the shores of the Bosphorus, the palaces and shipyards of the Venetian lagoon, the barren rocks of Malta, the islands of Greece, the slave markets of Algiers - and the character of the sea itself, with its complex pattern of winds and weather, which provided the conditions and the field of battle. It involves all the peoples who border the Great Sea: Italians, Turks, Greeks, Spaniards, the French and the people of North Africa.
This story is one of extraordinary color and incident, rich in detail, full of surprises, and backed by a wealth of eyewitness accounts. Its denouement, the battle of Lepanto, is a single action of quite shocking impact - considered at the time in Christian Europe to be "a day to end all days".
A masterly narrative that captures the religious fervor, brutality and mayhem of this intensive contest for the center of the world.