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A Blue Fire

A Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 0060921013
Publisher: Harper Collins
Author: James Hillman
Number of Pages: 336 
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A vitally important introduction to the theories of one of the most original thinkers in psychology today, A Blue Fire gathers selected passages from many of Hillman's seminal essays on archetypal psychology.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 1583483497
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Huda Orfali
Number of Pages: 336 
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Blue Fire is comprised of two parts; short stories and poetry. Almost invariably, the pivotal thematic concern of the short stories is the precariousness of the human condition balanced by the resilience of the human spirit trying to outdo life at its own game. The stories constitute a poignant representation of human beings seeking to pick up the shattered rainbows of their lives. The creative impulse for the poems is equally idealistic and humanitarian for the large part. The poems are predominantly concerned with social and political issues that contribute to universal well being and to the common good. Stylistically, the stories have a charming simplicity and economy. They are woven around sparsely plotted situations. That Huda Orfali empowers us with a purer vision of our humanity at a time when violence, apathy, and corruption threaten to devour it leaves behind the gray ashes of a world is an impressive achievement.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 1403353999
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Jennifer M. Small
Number of Pages: 144 
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One world is composed of paradox, duality, and seeming contradictions. Living in it is like partially standing under an umbrella while the other part of us becomes soaked in the rain. Sooner or later we will inevitably "get wet." In order to feel inner balance in an external world that is harsh and complex, we must all dive deep within ourselves and discover the healing feminine aspect of God or Source, known as the "Divine Mother." When the mind is stilled, we can tangibly access and experience her inner love, compassion, and wisdom that is so much needed in life. Her energy percolates through our conscience, as she comforts and guides us through the trials and tribulations of life. We can talk to her directly though our inner calmness and faith. This book goes beyond rigid, dry, dogmatic beliefs and concepts and plunges us right into our own heart's love. In this dialogue we learn that one day, we not only converse with the Mother, but we merge with her and realize that through our spirituality we are the essence of love itself. She then tangibly flows inside us like an unbroken river of grace and we are continuously bathed in this love. We thus discover our own mastery of life through the experience of this hidden sacred potential, "the Divine Mother" within us all. The conversations in this book are questions the author asks of the Divine Mother in meditation and in the day to day. Through sacred dialogue questions addressed include the nature of the Divine Mother and how we can experience her love in our lives. In addition, the author attempts to deeply approach the nature of the "inner river of grace," the dormant meditation energy so much discussed in Eastern and Western mysticism. Much discussion arises on how one can approach the Mother and her qualities and imbibe them within our own being. Issues on compassion, mercy, wisdom, beauty, healing, abundance, and grace are deeply dived into. Much dialogue ensues on how one's heart is blocked from experiencing inner love, and how to overcome such obstacles. An agony arises for the author as issues of loneliness, abandonment, and all seemingly difficult states of mind are brought to the Mother's consciousness for compassionate support. In addition, the dialogue reflects that it is the Mother's force that is most needed in our physical world in these difficult times. Above all, the message of this writing is that the Divine Mother is within all of us and that in our own spiritual unfoldment and awakening we can experience a love inside ourselves that is normally veiled and hidden. It is a matter of grace as well as self-effort that culminates the experience of enlightenment or the communion as all mystics and saints have done over the millennia of time.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 1612520995
Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing In
Author: Michelle Levigne
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Rhianni Day was born on the colony world, Mallachrom. When her father's Rover squadron was sent to the other side of the galaxy, she made a blood vow with Petroc Ash that she would return someday. Then Mallachrom was invaded by the Talroqi, hive creatures who used Humans as hosts and food. Rhianni stayed away, unwilling to face the devastation. Years later, as a Rover captain and medic, she was sent back to investigate the survivors of the invasion. Were they damaged, dangerous, puppets of the Talroqi, or victims of vicious lies? Petroc led the survivors, and while he had dreamed of Rhianni's return, he knew that fulfilling their childhood vow would put her life in danger. Neither of them dreamed that they were mere tools in a war that had been brewing for decades, and was about to come to an explosive conclusion. & ;

Blue Fire Burning

Blue Fire Burning ebook ISBN: 1456773623
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Hobb Whittons
Number of Pages: 496 
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In the dead of night, a covered wagon driven by a hooded, faceless being is careering through the forest at breakneck speed. Inside the wagon, sit two jittery Goblin men: Grot and Mouldy. Suddenly, the contents of the sack they are staring at begin to glow... Consumed by the desire for revenge, the Goblins’ wicked Dark Mistress sets diminutive winged telepaths, the Pahleen, a riddle they must work out if they are to get back what they have lost and save the world known as Wadjamaat. Desperately, King Kilron searches high and low but finds no clue. Then, something unexpected happens in Haggles Cove and the race is on again...but there is a sting in the tail. To have a chance of succeeding, Kilron must now face the prospect of doing something always forbidden to his ancient race. Meanwhile, unaware of the planet’s ‘ticking clock’, the cosmopolitan human population of the walled naval port of Bellana are busy getting their wondrous Mermaid Stadium ready for the grand Argia Final. With canine companion Wolf in tow, country girl Hahmi Merkin gets a hostile reception when she enters the city. She heads for the sanctuary of blacksmith friend, Aristide Brindle’s house where she leaves her horse and cart. Entrusted with his son’s ‘paddywhack’, she sets off for the stadium. What happens after that is beyond even her wildest imagining... Throughout this magical and marauding tale, love, trust and a craving to belong do battle against prejudice, religious fanaticism and the lust for power – and the stakes could not be higher.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 9780517008065
Publisher: Random House Incorporated
Author: Emma Harrington
Number of Pages: 402 
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On a wagon train bound for San Francisco in 1849, Meredith Ann Lindsay is drawn to the group's scout, Steve Colter, but she becomes troubled by the discovery that he is the sole survivor of a massacre that killed her family

San Diego & The Legendary Blue Fire.

San Diego & The Legendary Blue Fire. ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Dereak Columbus Publishing
Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 443 
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Diego is a young man just starting out in life in a post medieval time period. He incidentally discovers a transcendental weapon which causes great problems and ultimately gives great benefit to his lifeline. The supporting cast of persons participating in Diego's life do not understand his commission and find his devotions foolish. Just the same, in the end, the adventures and mysteries uncovered in his journey are great teaching moments to any and all who venture a read.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 9780915611553
Publisher: Sagamore Pub Llc
Author: Dave Simons
Number of Pages: 424 
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Blue Fire takes an up-close-and-personal look inside one of the most interesting seasons in Blues history. From the Scott Stevens controversy and the first full-blown strike in NHL history to the team's early departure from the playoffs, Dave Simons gives the reader a front-row seat during the St. Louis Blues' 1991-92 Silver Anniversary season.

Blue Fire and Ice

Blue Fire and Ice ebook ISBN: 9780955726811
Publisher: Sibling
Author: Alan Skinner
Number of Pages: 320 
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The land is in peril. Fires are ravaging Beadledom. In the face of terifying, unquenchable blue flames the Beadles turn to their unpredictable neighbours, the Muddles, for help. But aid from the Muddles brings its own risks.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 0007326823
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Author: Janice Hardy
Number of Pages: 288 
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Nya has survived battles with the Luminary & freed the Takers who were enslaved at the Healer's League. But the war rages on. Nya, Tali & friends are in hiding, plotting their escape as the Duke posts a ransom for their capture. But plans are thwarted by treachery & kidnap as trackers, rascals & soldiers overwhelm them.

The Essential James Hillman

The Essential James Hillman ebook ISBN: 1317799615
Publisher: Routledge
Author: James Hillman
Number of Pages: 323 
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First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 9781936403622
Publisher:
Author: Angela Castle
Number of Pages: N.A 
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A war has left his people on the brink of extinction; Drystan Commander of the King's Warriors will turn to any means necessary to save his people. Jane, an ordinary woman of Earth, falls into the strange land of muscle bound, sword wielding men, unlike she has ever seen and what's worse they seem to want her! Could this woman be the savior of their people? Savior or not Drystan knows what he wants, and he wants Jane. As the passion starts to sizzle evil forces threaten to tear them apart, can Drystan hold onto the woman not only he needs but his people?

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 1504043928
Publisher: Open Road Media
Author: Phyllis A. Whitney
Number of Pages: 312 
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A bride is swept up in family secrets and the blood diamond trade when she returns to South Africa in this novel by a New York Times–bestselling author. When Chicagoan Susan Hohenfield brings her new husband, Dirk, to her childhood home in Cape Town, it’s with the innocence of a young girl. She remembers only the beauty of South Africa—and the pain of being abandoned by her father. Now, with a new perspective, she sees a country destroyed by apartheid. And her father, once accused of diamond smuggling, seems not the ogre she imagined, but a broken man powerless against the prison term that wrenched him from his daughter’s arms. At least that’s the story Susan has been told. But she’ll discover the truth as this intimate family reunion raises grave and troubling new questions. Why is the man responsible for her father’s fate still lingering in the shadows? Why has Dirk’s former lover arrived with threats and incriminations? And why does Susan feel like a stranger in her own home? Now, in a place that is at once strange and familiar, charged with fear and intrigue, Susan must confront a dangerous past that isn’t quite through with her. More than a classic gothic tale, Blue Fire is one of the first novels to deal with the turmoil in South Africa. It was written nearly three decades before the dismantling of apartheid and a half-century before the film Blood Diamond would bring attention to the devastating effects of the smuggling trade. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Phyllis A. Whitney including rare images from the author’s estate.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 1460877586
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
Author: Sarah Holland
Number of Pages: 146 
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Bond of hatred ? Christie was young and naive when she first met Jared Buchanan. She'd fallen in love with him, but she couldn't cope with the passion he awoke within her. So she'd fled . Three years on, and Christie's dreams of fame and fortune were about to come true. Trouble was, Jared was essential to helping her fulfil those dreams. But he made it clear that he had never forgiven her for her desertion. Jared was determined to have his revenge on Christie even if it meant using the blue fire of passion that still blazed between them.

River of Blue Fire

River of Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 9780886778446
Publisher: D A W Books, Incorporated
Author: Tad Williams
Number of Pages: 704 
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A group of unlikely heroes goes up against the ruthless Grail Brotherhood, who are exploiting Earth's children

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 9780997570700
Publisher: Joined at the Hip Incorporated
Author: Joel Canfield
Number of Pages: 400 
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A missing comic book genius. An all-powerful hallucinogenic designer drug. Max Bowman is haunted by both of them ? and he just might lose his mind as a result.When Max takes on the mission to find the long-lost creator of cult superhero Blue Fire, he ends up getting dosed with a chemical that upends his sanity just when he needs it the most. Now he's got to contend with zombies on the Upper East Side, a cult run by a clueless pawn, a hipster rapist who knows her way around a sword, a secret CIA spook program left over from the Cold War and powerful old enemies who are out to destroy him ? all while trying to keep his mind from crashing and burning for good.

Blue Fire

Blue Fire ebook ISBN: 9780994937759
Publisher:
Author: Katherine Prairie
Number of Pages: 368 
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Tanzanite, a rare blue gem born in fire and revealed by lightning, is found only in the Merelani Hills of Tanzania. But now the death of a gem smuggler points to another possibility. A South American mine owned by Tabitha Metals may hold the find of a century. But why is it kept hidden from the world? Geologist Brian Graham can draw only one conclusion: the mine's untraceable wealth is used to fund terrorism. And he must reveal the truth. Brian heads to Colombia to check out mines there while his geologist daughter Alex and Tanzanian miner Mosi Ongeti start in Brazil. But their daring plan ends with a gunshot, and they are now pursued by the henchmen of a sinister, powerful arms dealer. In a high-stakes race across two continents, Alex fights to expose the mine before the man behind Tabitha Metals can stop her.

Blue Fire - Book 2 - The Healing Wars

Blue Fire - Book 2 - The Healing Wars ebook ISBN: 9780007326822
Publisher:
Author: Janice Hardy
Number of Pages: 288 
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Re-enter the fascinating world of Healers and Takers in the gripping sequel to astonishing fantasy debut novel 'The Pain Merchants'. Nya has survived her battles with the Luminary and freed the Takers who were enslaved at the Healer's League. But all is not well in Geveg and war rages on. Nya, Tali and friends are in hiding, plotting their escape as the Duke posts a ransom for their capture. But plans are thwarted by treachery and kidnap as trackers, rascals and soldiers overwhelm them. Soon Nya finds herself alone in alien city Baseer. She must break her comrades out of jail, find her sister and unravel the Duke's fiendish new plot surrounding the mysterious goings-on at the pynvium Foundry. And to accomplish any of this she must face the almighty new menace! the Undying.

A Long Stretch of Blue

A Long Stretch of Blue ebook ISBN: 1491757299
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Denis Gray
Number of Pages: 292 
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Arfel Booker is a great young blues musician in the 1940s South. One night, after playing a blues gig in a new town, a beautiful woman takes him back to her log cabin to make love. In the morning (after blacking out from too much liquor), he awakens to an unwelcome surprise. Instead of the woman, an unfamiliar white man is in the bed, and the man’s throat has been slashed with Arfel’s knife. Arfel knows he’s been framed, so he makes a run for it and heads north by hopping trains. Once a safe distance from the southern town, Arfel makes the acquaintance of Lemontree Johnson, a fellow blues man who helps to reestablish Arfel’s music and him. Despite this spot of good luck, Arfel’s troubles are far from over. Lemontree is the only person who knows the truth about Arfel’s run from the south and his current state as suspected murderer. All seems lost when a bounty hunter arrives looking for Arfel. Who was that strange murdered white man, and how will Arfel Booker escape the long arm of the law this time?

Blue Flame

Blue Flame ebook ISBN: 9781557530738
Publisher: Purdue University Press
Author: Robert C. Kriebel
Number of Pages: 288 
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In Blue Flame, noted regional biographer Robert C. Kriebel devotes his admiring attention to documenting Herman's life and music. No aspect of Herman's career escapes his gaze: the musicians-both famous and obscure who played in his bands, the music they played, the writers and arrangers of that music, the famous recordings, and the ups and downs of band life from the big-band heyday of the 1930s through half a century of changing tastes and changing times. The result of Kriebel's painstaking research is an accurate and detailed picture of the strenuous and frustrating life of' a big-band leader-a life that Herman himself characterized as "a big pain ... you're victimized before you even start, and it never lets up. There is no life, there is no home." Passion for the music, music-making, musicians, and fans kept Herman going. Kriebel captures these trials and passions for the reader in lively prose.