The Dayspring of Youth

Glorian Publishing

"This work is a record of instruction received during different states of Yoga practice; that sealed book opened by the aspiring student during his development into his own inner states of being." - M (the author). This precious book stands next to Blavatsky's The Secret Doctrine (1888) as one of the most important spiritual books of recent centuries. First published in 1931, at a time when charlatans and fortune-seekers were rapidly expanding their efforts to mislead humanity through mischievous spiritual teachings, this mysterious book by an "anonymous" author opened the doors for sincere seekers to real spirituality. He explains how proper management of our psychological and physical energies brings us into harmony with the divine. His message is at once scientific and mystical, intuitive and concrete, and completely in harmony with the scriptures of every religion. Although the author "M" could not state explicitly what was destined to be fully revealed beginning in 1950 by Samael Aun Weor, when illuminated by the light of the ancient Gnostic teachings, the wisdom of this book can truly be understood and valued. It provides a deep yet easy to understand explanation of how our bodies and minds relate to nature and to the superior levels of existence, and what we must do if we long to escape the suffering in our lives.
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banter momentarily makes me forget all about our sex friends deal, as well as
my fear and doubts about love. For a few moments, anything seems possible. I
can feel tears welling up, but I don’t want him to see that.”


and Alistair have decided to spice up their daily lives with challenges, which
only bring them closer. New York, London, Paris… they throw themselves into a
sensual and intoxicating game of promises and taboos... Unpredictable,
charming, and enchanting, the billionaire makes the young woman’s heart go
wild, but she still won’t admit it... Are they really just friends with
benefits? The irresistible Alistair will do anything to convince Chloé that
they are much, much more...

just as Chloé seems to be gradually letting her defenses drop and opening her
heart, unexpected meetings will bring the uncertainty and fear hurtling back.
And why do Alistair's silences worry her so much? Does he have something to

their emerging love overcome the obstacles that lie before them?


Mary Bennett was born in 1989 in New York. Her mother is an English opera
singer, and her American father was once a rocker. After excelling in communication
and literary studies, she became a freelance journalist, and works for numerous
popular magazines. The Friends with Benefits series is her first fictional


volume of the trilogy contains about 35.000-32.000 words, approximately equivalent
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A Trust Betrayed

Jeanne was a hard-working single mother. Nicole, her fourteen-year-old daughter was on the honor-roll and head over heels in love--with an eighteen-year-old man she'd known only through the Internet. Once the lovers met in person, Jeanne's motherly instincts sensed trouble. If only she'd known that the life in danger was her own.

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With a history of psychological trouble and family misfortune, Billy Sullivan's obsessive and controlling power over Nicole contributed to the brutal slaying of her mother. But it was Nicole's stunning confession and guilty plea that led to Billy's sensational trial, where a sordid tale of love, loss, betrayal and murder finally took a cold-blooded killer offline--and on line for justice.

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