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Awaken, a documentary movie directed by cinematographer, director and timelapse pioneer Tom Lowe, is under the spotlight after making its global trailer debut.
Her books include Divine Revelation, Exploring Meditation, Miracle Prayer, Ascension, Instant Healing, The Power of Auras, The Power of Chakras, and Awaken Your Third Eye.
They succeed in helping individuals promote longevity and awaken the full potential of the human experience.
In this life-changing workshop, Suzanne Ross will help you awaken to your full potential.
Can religious traditions awaken a renewed sense of awe and reverence for the Earth as a matrix of mystery?
He said he banged on doors to awaken residents as he ran out of the burning building.
The training required participants to limit time in bed to periods of sleep or sex, to awaken at a set time every morning, and to get up within 15 minutes if unable to fall asleep.
Purpose-built, on-demand CRM edition for financial advisors to awaken the financial services industry to a new standard of CRM design, usability, and Web 2.
com)-- Awaken Spiritual Center is providing helpful tips to those who are feeling emotionally drained and needing to re-connect with their spirituality.
Stevens added, "Meanwhile, this case and the congressional evidence backing the legislation have helped awaken the conscience of America to the pain of abortion.
New research shows that people with coronary artery disease who awaken at night -- particularly those who get out of bed -- risk suffering an episode of silent myocardial ischemia, a temporary and often painless reduction in blood flow to the heart muscle.
The mission: win a brutal galactic race to collect powerful artifacts and stop a malevolent plot to awaken an ancient power.