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Your Psychic Potential (2011)
A Guide to Psychic Development by Richard Ireland
What all of this means in terms of the challenge Technique and your future unfoldment is that you are going to have to become acutely aware of how the psychic uses your body to express itself. You may find that a positive response arises as a ...
Many Blessings (2012)
by Swami Chitinanda
Spiritual unfoldment is a conscious cycle of courage and faith. Courage may not remove the fear completely, nor lessen the physical symptoms, but it does focus the will and the ability to act positively. Until we are able to acknowledge our fears ...
The Arena (1895)
Pantheism is blind, cold, and fatalistic, while spiritual unfoldment is a vital inspiration. But although evolution as a process has been widely recognized, its supreme coronation is yet to take place. The materialism of Darwin still subtly lingers ...
The Message of Aquaria ... (1927)
by Harriette Augusta Curtiss, Frank Homer Curtiss
That which makes a Soul young in spiritual unfoldment is that the personality is not sensitized enough for higher events ...
cooked and uncooked foods, what to eat and how to eat it ...
If eat we must, may we select only what is most conducive to growth, development, unfoldment and maturity. Bestowing the Blessings of Peace and Prosperity unto Perfection in all things. We are most humbly, Chicago, 1909. OTOMAN ...
unfoldment (un- föld'ment), n. [( unfold" + -ment.] Unfolding; development. [Rare.] The unfoldment of the power of voluntary motion. Pop. Sci. Mo., XXXIII.4. unfoldress (un-föl'dres), n.
by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
unfoldment (un-fold'ment) , ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
The unfoldment of the power of voluntary motion. Pop. Set Mo., XXXIII. 4. unfoldresst (un-fol'dres), n. [< unfold1 + -er1 + -ess.] A female who unfolds or discloses. The unfoldresse of treacherie.
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unfoldment (un-föld'ment), n. [4 unfold1 + # unfixed or unsettled. Barrow, Sermons, . Vl. unfixity (un-fik'si-ti), n. The state of being unfixed; fluctuation; variableness. [Rare.] #: "£ existence o e variant nutoros in Phocian inscriptions.
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Scrabble value of U1N1F4O1L1D2M3E1N1T1
The value of this 10-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.