Play of Consciousness

Author: Swami Muktananda

Publisher: Siddha Yoga Meditation Publications

ISBN: 9780911307337

Category: Spiritual life

Page: 0

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When Swami Muktananda traveled to the West, he met with seekers in hundreds of small and large gatherings. He answered questions on a vast array of topics, which are arranged here in a sequence that traces the course of the spiritual journey - from questioning the nature of our existence to meeting the Master and experiencing the results of initiation. Baba Muktananda describes in detail the struggles with the ego, the dwindling of ignorance as we open to grace, and the sublime experiences that herald the approach of the final attainment and state of Self-realization. The chapters are punctuated by colorful and moving reminiscences of his own inner journey and of the time he spent with his Guru, Bhagawan Nityananda.

Forgiving the Unforgivable

Author: Master Charles Cannon,Will Wilkinson

Publisher: SelectBooks

ISBN: 1590792181

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 322

View: 7272

"The founder of Synchronicity Foundation presents his innovative spiritual teachings and contemporary holistic lifestyle practices. He and members of his group who were victims of the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack during a pilgrimage explain how Master Charles Cannon's concepts empowered them to have forgiveness and compassion for terrorists who murdered their close associate and the man's 13-year-old daughter"--Provided by publisher.

Whole Systems Design

Author: Diana Claire Douglas

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 103911475X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 382

View: 5334

Whole Systems Design: Inquiries in the Knowing Field is an open invitation and an inspiration for Innovators, System Designers, Leaders, Change Agents, and Constellators—anyone who wishes to live and work from a whole systems perspective. It is for people new to working with complex systems as well as for those who will enjoy engaging with its practitioners, its concepts, and its emerging history. It is a book of stories, conversations, and interviews, about finding ways to serve Life, to serve humanity, to serve the Whole, through a process which has been emerging through the author—Constellating for the Collective—a process that itself has emerged from Systemic Constellation Work and the Knowing Field. Whole Systems Design opens with the author’s journey, letting readers behind the curtain of facilitation. She describes the pragmatic steps and tools she has developed with deep dedication over many years. She includes a succinct description of the impact of this work on participants and for the Collective. Lively conversations with colleagues trace the collaboration and co-creation vital in this evolving field. Nine interviews with long-time facilitators and trainers of Constellation Work—who share their insights about Collective Constellation Work—provide a rich resource.

Scholarly Snapshots

Author: Vivien L. Geneser

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1475843208

Category: Education

Page: 171

View: 9432

Within this book, you will read content from familiar theorists and, hopefully, discover new ways of thinking about play.

The Life Divine

Author: Sri Aurobindo

Publisher: Lotus Press

ISBN: 0941524620

Category: Philosophy

Page: 1113

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The Life Divine explores for the modern mind the great streams of Indian metaphysical thought, reconciling the truths behind each and from this synthesis extends in terms of consciousness the concept of evolution. The unfolding of Earth's and man's spiritual destiny is illuminated pointing the way to a Divine life on Earth. Index.

Reclaim Love

Author: Giordana Silverberg

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1982226188

Category: Self-Help

Page: 260

View: 9282

In the face of a breakup or loss, the idea of finding meaning and moving on seems impossible. While we cannot stop the loss from occurring, we can change our thoughts around it. These difficult events can remind us that relationships are lessons and true gifts. A broken heart is an open heart, and endings are also beginnings. Reclaim Love aims to empower an extraordinary new way of thinking about broken hearts and inspire you to seek out another chance at love. Author Giordana Silverberg writes from her own experiences of losing her partner to cancer and later finding new love. She presents tools that can help transform your grief to love by uncovering and releasing any fears, limiting beliefs, and unhealthy patterns that block you from finding and having the love you truly desire. The guidance offered here can comfort you on your journey to healing, acceptance, and closure from the past, allowing to manifest the future and love you deserve. This self-help guide explores the emotions that result from the loss of a loved one or relationship and helps those suffering to move from grief to love.

Freedom Dreams

Author: Dasarath

Publisher: Book Tree

ISBN: 9781585091300

Category: Religion

Page: 200

View: 5382

In part one of this book Dasarath describes how his spiritual awakening took place in the presence of his teacher, H.W.L. Poonja (Papaji). The lucid teachings in part two are a gold mine for those seeking enlightenment and a clear understanding of how one falls asleep and wakes up.

No Name No Number

Author: Hilary H. Carter

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 1780998937

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 288

View: 9858

Once in a while somebody steps out of line and decides to live their life in a completely different way to the norm. Yoga teacher Hilary Carter is such a person. When numbers and number patterns (especially the time prompt 11:11) began to appear in her everyday life she decided to see what would happen if she used the numbers as signs and followed them. Read what happens as Hilary is led by these number signs to a ruined convent in the heart of Unesco-protected prehistoric France. Why had she been guided to buy it? What was the reason for her being in the Dordogne region of France? She travels to Canada, USA, Mexico, Turkey and the Ashrams of India in search of answers. All the time the numbers talk to her and guide her on her way.

Victorian Fetishism

Author: Peter Melville Logan

Publisher: State University of New York Press

ISBN: 0791477282

Category: History

Page: 220

View: 6457

Examines the importance of fetishism in nineteenth-century cultural theory.