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YOUR PSYCHIC POWERS and How To Develop Them – FULL AudioBook | Greatest Audio Books


YOUR PSYCHIC POWERS and How To Develop Them – FULL AudioBook | Greatest Audio Books

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Chapter listing and length:

00 – Preface — 00:05:51
Read by Chuck Williamson & ToddHW
01 – How to Develop — 00:21:33
Read by Michael Packard
02 – Harmonious Conditions — 00:12:58
Read by A. J. Carroll
03 – Fear and How to Banish It — 00:18:40
Read by Pamela Krantz
04 – The Subconcious — 00:25:15
Read by A. J. Carroll
05 – The Spirit World — 00:34:13
Read by csheeler
06 – The Health of Mediums and Psychics — 00:10:42
Read by Lisa Phelps Gonzalez
07 – Self and Soul Culture — 00:15:45
Read by rookieblue
08 – The Cultivation of Spiritual Gifts — 00:14:28
Read by nbvoices
09 – Psychometry — 00:10:58
Read by Jeanni Hall
10 – The Human Aura — 00:09:16
Read by Kathryn Louise
11 – Colour and Its Interpretation — 00:09:52
Read by Libby Gohn
12 – Symbolism — 00:14:20
Read by Sam Naishtat
13 – Telepathy — 00:11:59
Read by Michael Packard
14 – Clairvoyance — 00:23:11
Read by Jeanni Hall
15 – Dreams — 00:17:52
Read by Pamela Krantz
16 – Automatic Writing — 00:11:11
Read by Amanda Friday
17 – Crystal Gazing and Shell-Hearing — 00:12:29
Read by Amanda Friday
18 – Spiritual Healing — 00:12:36
Read by Amanda Friday
19 – The Cultivation of Sensitiveness — 00:13:13
Read by Alex Karasz
20 – Trance — 00:20:16
Read by A. J. Carroll
21 – Inspirational Speaking and Test-Messages — 00:12:23
Read by bala
22 – More and Less Developed Spirits — 00:15:37
Read by csheeler
23 – Obsession and Insanity — 00:31:13
Read by Pamela Krantz
24 – Prayer, Concentration and Silence — 00:11:49
Read by A. J. Carroll
25 – The Human Fluid — 00:10:59
Read by Libby Gohn
26 – Self-Projection — 00:14:17
Read by rookieblue
27 – Apparitions — 00:13:52
Read by Nyssa E. Schmidt
28 – Haunted Houses — 00:11:29
Read by Amanda Friday
29 – The Difficulties of Communication — 00:12:20
Read by Arnie Horton
30 – Hypnotism and Mesmerism — 00:13:23
Read by Jon Smith
31 – Personal Magnetism — 00:12:32
Read by Olenka
32 – Prophecy vs Fortune Telling — 00:18:56
Read by Lisa Phelps Gonzalez
33 – Reincarnation and Eastern Philosophy — 00:15:22
Read by Pamela Krantz
34 – The Ethics of Spiritualism — 00:16:54
Read by csheeler
35 – What Happens After Death? — 00:12:39
Read by Pamela Krantz
36 – Bad and Perverted Uses of Spiritualism — 00:15:20
Read by Chuck Williamson & ToddHW
37 – Snares and Pitfalls to Avoid — 00:10:42
Read by Alex Karasz
38 – Physical Phenomena — 00:22:03
Read by Alex Karasz
39 – Spirit and Thought-Photography — 00:10:24
Read by Alex Karasz
40 – Materialization — 00:15:30
Read by Alex Karasz
41 – Advanced Studies — 00:15:46
Read by Pamela Krantz

Total running time: 10:40:08
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ROMEO & JULIET – FULL AudioBook by William Shakespeare | Theater & Acting Audiobooks


ROMEO & JULIET – FULL AudioBook by William Shakespeare | Theater & Acting Audiobooks

ROMEO & JULIET – FULL AudioBook by William Shakespeare | GreatestAudioBooks.com – (DRAMATIC READING)
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Chapter listing and length:

0 – Prologue — 00:03:36
1 – Act 1 — 00:41:43
2 – Act 2 — 00:37:42
3 – Act 3 — 00:48:02
4 – Act 4 — 00:24:37
5 – Act 5 — 00:27:58

More about Romeo & Juliet:

Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written early in the career of William Shakespeare about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families. It was among Shakespeare’s most popular plays during his lifetime and, along with Hamlet, is one of his most frequently performed plays. Today, the title characters are regarded as archetypal young lovers.

Romeo and Juliet belongs to a tradition of tragic romances stretching back to antiquity. Its plot is based on an Italian tale, translated into verse as The Tragical History of Romeus and Juliet by Arthur Brooke in 1562 and retold in prose in Palace of Pleasure by William Painter in 1567. Shakespeare borrowed heavily from both but, to expand the plot, developed supporting characters, particularly Mercutio and Paris. Believed to have been written between 1591 and 1595, the play was first published in a quarto version in 1597. This text was of poor quality, and later editions corrected it, bringing it more in line with Shakespeare’s original.

Shakespeare’s use of dramatic structure, especially effects such as switching between comedy and tragedy to heighten tension, his expansion of minor characters, and his use of sub-plots to embellish the story, has been praised as an early sign of his dramatic skill. The play ascribes different poetic forms to different characters, sometimes changing the form as the character develops. Romeo, for example, grows more adept at the sonnet over the course of the play.

Romeo and Juliet has been adapted numerous times for stage, film, musical and opera. During the English Restoration, it was revived and heavily revised by William Davenant. David Garrick’s 18th-century version also modified several scenes, removing material then considered indecent, and Georg Benda’s operatic adaptation omitted much of the action and added a happy ending. Performances in the 19th century, including Charlotte Cushman’s, restored the original text, and focused on greater realism. John Gielgud’s 1935 version kept very close to Shakespeare’s text, and used Elizabethan costumes and staging to enhance the drama. In the 20th century the play has been adapted in versions as diverse as George Cukor’s comparatively faithful 1936 production, Franco Zeffirelli’s 1968 version, and Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 MTV-inspired Romeo + Juliet. (Summary adapted from wikipedia. org)

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THE AGE OF REASON by Thomas Paine – FULL Audio Book | Greatest Audio Books


THE AGE OF REASON by Thomas Paine – FULL Audio Book | Greatest Audio Books

THE AGE OF REASON by Thomas Paine – FULL Audio Book | Greatest Audio Books – The Age of Reason; Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology is a pamphlet, written by a British and American revolutionary Thomas Paine, that challenges institutionalized religion and the legitimacy of the Bible, the central sacred text of Christianity. Published in three parts in 1794, 1795, and 1807, it was a bestseller in the United States, where it caused a short-lived deistic revival. British audiences, however, fearing increased political radicalism as a result of the French Revolution, received it with more hostility. The Age of Reason presents common deistic arguments; for example, it highlights what Paine saw as corruption of the Christian Church and criticizes its efforts to acquire political power. Paine advocates reason in the place of revelation, leading him to reject miracles and to view the Bible as an ordinary piece of literature rather than as a divinely inspired text. It promotes natural religion and argues for the existence of a creator-God.

Most of Paine’s arguments had long been available to the educated elite, but by presenting them in an engaging and irreverent style, he made deism appealing and accessible to a mass audience. The book was also inexpensive, putting it within the reach of a large number of buyers. Fearing the spread of what they viewed as potentially revolutionary ideas, the British government prosecuted printers and booksellers who tried to publish and distribute it. Paine nevertheless inspired and guided many British freethinkers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. (Summary from Wikipedia.org)

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Chapter listing and length:

01 – Part First, Section 1 — 00:09:15

02 – Part First, Section 2 — 00:10:01

03 – Part First, Section 3 — 00:09:26

04 – Part First, Section 4 — 00:10:58

05 – Part First, Section 5 — 00:11:59

06 – Part First, Section 6 — 00:09:57

07 – Part First, Section 7 — 00:11:33

08 – Part First, Section 8 — 00:13:04

09 – Part First, Section 9 — 00:08:31

10 – Part First, Section 10 — 00:12:15

11 – Part First, Section 11 — 00:12:51

12 – Part First, Section 12 — 00:13:20

13 – Part First, Section 13 — 00:12:52

14 – Part First, Section 14 — 00:13:36

15 – Part First, Section 15 — 00:09:17

16 – Part Second, Preface — 00:09:55

17 – Part Second, Section 1 — 00:11:57

18 – Part Second, Section 2 — 00:15:08

19 – Part Second, Section 3 — 00:14:24

20 – Part Second, Section 4 — 00:15:42

21 – Part Second, Section 5 — 00:22:03

22 – Part Second, Section 6 — 00:12:46

23 – Part Second, Section 7 — 00:21:17

24 – Part Second, Section 8 — 00:13:54

25 – Part Second, Section 9 — 00:15:23

26 – Part Second, Section 10 — 00:17:44

27 – Part Second, Section 11 — 00:13:43

28 – Part Second, Section 12 — 00:17:08

29 – Part Second, Section 13 — 00:17:11

30 – Part Second, Section 14 — 00:17:20

31 – Part Second, Section 15 — 00:16:25

32 – Part Second, Section 16 — 00:15:58

33 – Part Second, Section 17 — 00:16:18

34 – Part Second, Section 18 — 00:09:06

35 – Part Second, Section 19 — 00:17:49

36 – Part Second, Section 20 — 00:19:43

37 – Part Third, Preface and Introduction — 00:08:42

38 – Part Third, An Essay on Dreams — 00:22:30

39 – Part Third, Section 1 — 00:24:20

40 – Part Third, Section 2 — 00:19:40

41 – Part Third, Section 3 — 00:19:27

42 – Part Third, Section 4 — 00:19:00

43 – Part Third, Section 5 — 00:14:28

44 – Part Third, Section 6 — 00:15:00

45 – Part Third, Section 7 — 00:23:05

46 – Part Third, Section — 00:20:22

47 – Part Third, Appendix – Contradictory Doctrines in the New Testament, Between Matthew And Mark — 00:05:09

48 – Part Third, Appendix – My Private Thoughts on a Future State — 00:05:08

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Total running time: 11:36:40
Read by JoeD
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French Self-Taught (FULL Audiobook)


French Self-Taught (FULL Audiobook)

French Self-Taught audiobook
Franz J. L. THIMM (1820 – 1899)

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Part of a Librivox initiative to develop a free language-learning resource. This book is old, but the basics haven’t changed too much. All the French content is spoken by native French speakers.

The book includes sections on vocabulary, nouns, adjectives, verbs and phrases, and will still prove useful. Some of the phrases are dated but hilarious. If you need a flannel petticoat, or to chastise your washerwoman, this book is definitely for you! (Summary by Ruth Golding)

French read by Michaël Cadilhac, Nadine Eckert-Boulet and ani poirier.
English read by Ruth Golding.

Genre(s): Language learning
Language: Multilingual (FULL Audiobook)

The Science of Being Great – FULL Audiobook by Wallace D. Wattles – Leadership & Motivation


The Science of Being Great – FULL Audiobook by Wallace D. Wattles – Leadership & Motivation

The Science of Being Great – FULL AudioBook by Wallace D.
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Long before Zig Ziglar, “The Secret,” or Tony Robbins, “The Law of Attraction,” or Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends…” there was “The Science of Being Great” written by Wallace D. Wattles – a man who could arguably be called one of the fathers of modern motivational thought. Wallace wrote “The Science of Getting Rich,” “The Science of Being Great,” and “The Science of Being Well.” These books are treasured gems of motivational philosophy among many CEOs, investors, entrepreneurs and great men & women everywhere!

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Chapter 01 – Any Person May Become Great — 00:00:00
Chapter 02 – Heredity and Opportunity — 00:07:20
Chapter 03 – The Source of Power — 00:13:26
Chapter 04 – The Mind of God — 00:18:48
Chapter 05 – Preparation — 00:24:51
Chapter 06 – The Social Point of View — 00:29:29
Chapter 07 – The Individual Point of View — 00:38:17
Chapter 08 – Consecration — 00:42:40
Chapter 09 – Identification — 00:48:10
Chapter 10 – Idealization — 00:53:08
Chapter 11 – Realization — 00:58:05
Chapter 12 – Hurry and Habit — 1:04:10
Chapter 13 – Thought — 1:10:19
Chapter 14 – Action at Home — 1:16:47
Chapter 15 – Action Abroad — 1:23:00
Chapter 16 – Some Further Explanations — 1:30:11
Chapter 17 – More About Thought — 1:34:57
Chapter 18 – Jesus’ Idea of Greatness — 1:42:00
Chapter 19 – A View of Evolution — 1:48:33
Chapter 20 – Serving God — 1:53:37
Chapter 21 – A Mental Exercise — 2:00:40
Chapter 22 – A Summary of The Science of Being Great — 2:07:06

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Reader: Diana Majlinger

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THE SAYINGS OF CONFUCIUS – FULL AudioBook | Greatest Audio Books | Eastern Philosophy


THE SAYINGS OF CONFUCIUS – FULL AudioBook | Greatest Audio Books | Eastern Philosophy

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Confucianism is an ethical and philosophical system developed from the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Confucius (孔夫子 Kǒng Fūzǐ, or K’ung-fu-tzu, lit. “Master Kong”, 551–479 BC). Confucianism originated as an “ethical-sociopolitical teaching” during the Spring and Autumn Period, but later developed metaphysical and cosmological elements in the Han Dynasty. Following the abandonment of Legalism in China after the Qin Dynasty, Confucianism became the official state ideology of the Han. The disintegration of the Han in the second century C.E. opened the way for the spiritual and otherworldly doctrines of Buddhism and Daoism to dominate intellectual life and to become the ruling doctrines during the Tang dynasty. In the late Tang, Confucianism absorbed many of these challenging aspects and was reformulated Neo-Confucianism. This reinvigorated form was adopted as the basis of the imperial exams and the core philosophy of the scholar official class in the Song dynasty. Neo-Confucianism turned into sometimes rigid orthodoxy over the following centuries. In popular practice, however, the three doctrines of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Daoism were often melded together.

The core of Confucianism is humanism, or what the philosopher Herbert Fingarette calls “the secular as sacred.” The focus of spiritual concern is this world and the family, not the gods and not the afterlife. Confucianism broadly speaking does not exalt faithfulness to divine will or higher law. This stance rests on the belief that human beings are teachable, improvable and perfectible through personal and communal endeavor especially self-cultivation and self-creation. Confucian thought focuses on the cultivation of virtue and maintenance of ethics, the most basic of which are ren, yi, and li. Ren is an obligation of altruism and humaneness for other individuals within a community, yi is the upholding of righteousness and the moral disposition to do good, and li is a system of norms and propriety that determines how a person should properly act within a community. Confucianism holds that one should give up one’s life, if necessary, either passively or actively, for the sake of upholding the cardinal moral values of ren and yi.

Cultures and countries strongly influenced by Confucianism include mainland China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan and Vietnam, as well as various territories settled predominantly by Chinese people, such as Singapore. Although Confucian ideas prevail in these areas, few people identify themselves as Confucian, and instead see Confucian ethics as a complementary guideline for other ideologies and beliefs, including democracy, Marxism, capitalism, Christianity, Islam and Buddhism. (Summary adapted from wikipedia .org)

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Chapter listing and length:

Introductory Note — 00:03:43
Book 01 — 00:05:26
Book 02 — 00:07:06
Book 03 — 00:09:58
Book 04 — 00:05:25
Book 05 — 00:07:58
Book 06 — 00:09:39
Book 07 — 00:12:19
Book 08 — 00:08:34
Book 09 — 00:11:04
Book 10 — 00:08:07
Book 11 — 00:10:27
Book 12 — 00:10:12
Book 13 — 00:08:33
Book 14 — 00:15:27
Book 15 — 00:11:11
Book 16 — 00:11:23
Book 17 — 00:12:39
Book 18 — 00:08:43
Book 19 — 00:09:16
Book 20 — 00:04:45

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Total running time: 3:11:55
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