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New Thought Pa

Author : Mary Manin Morrissey
ISBN : 1440650349
Genre : Self-Help
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Rooted in the Judeo-Christian tradition, New Thought, like Science of Mind, is captured by the idea that our thoughts create our lives, not the other way around. New Thought: A Practical Spirituality is the perfect introduction to this exciting, living faith. The book’s editor, Mary Manin Morrissey, is a leading New Thought minister of the Living Enrichment Center, and the author of the popular Building Your Field of Dreams. In this volume, Morrissey collects brief, powerful essays from today’s most popular New Thought clergy. Each piece addresses issues you can use right now to improve your life.

Practical And Theoretical Implications Of Successfully Doing Difference In Organizations

Author : Donnalyn Pompper
ISBN : 9781783506781
Genre : Business & Economics
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Practical and Theoretical Implications of Successfully Doing Difference in Organizations is a book for managers and researchers passionate about follow-through on promises of workplace diversity across social identity dimensions, including age, class, culture, ethnicity, faith, gender, physical/psychological ability, sexual orientation, and more.

The Emergence Of Somatic Psychology And Bodymind Therapy

Author : B. Barratt
ISBN : 9780230277199
Genre : Psychology
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Somatic psychology and bodymind therapy (the simultaneous study of the mind and body) are challenging contemporary understandings of the psyche, of what it means to be human and how to heal human suffering.

Subject Guide To Books In Print

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025888517
Genre : American literature
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Awakening Consciousness

Author : Robin Marvel
ISBN : 9781932690804
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The fun, hands-on exercises in this motivating, easy-to-use workbook are for girls of all ages and will encourage great exploration into universal awareness.

Anatomy Of Spirituality Portrait Of The Soul

Author : Chander Behl
ISBN : 9781460258026
Genre : Philosophy
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The domain of spirituality, separated from its theological overburden, believes in the existence of a spiritual self, presumed to be distinctly separate from the psychological self. The spiritual eternal self, also known as the soul or spirit (sometimes supported by an overarching Spirit), is asserted to be operating behind the ephemeral self. This book takes a contrarian stance; it argues that the premise of the soul concept is obtained through the magic of language, maintained through the marvel of the brain’s biochemistry, and sustained through the mirage of the psychological juggernauts of the brain. The magic, the marvel and the mirage, together, bring about subtle shifts as the linguistic brain suppresses many psychological details, habitually applies mental templates such as inversions and dichotomies, and enhances its language by coining religious and spiritual metaphors. The consequence of these changes is that the usual flickering self begins to be impressed by itself, believing it is buttressed by something transcendental and eternal within: the soul or the spirit. The self, although indoctrinated during its formative years, also begins to assimilate and accept the opinion that the overwhelming weight of religious doctrines and dogmas, the overburden, signifies as the legitimate proof for the eternal soul.

The Four Agreements

Author : Miguel Ruiz
ISBN : 9603641995
Genre : Self-actualization (Psychology)
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A Road To Nowhere

Author : Matthew W. Slaboch
ISBN : 9780812294668
Genre : Political Science
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Since the Enlightenment, the idea of progress has spanned right- and left-wing politics, secular and spiritual philosophy, and most every school of art or culture. The belief that humans are capable of making lasting improvements—intellectual, scientific, material, moral, and cultural—continues to be a commonplace of our age. However, events of the preceding century, including but not limited to two world wars, conflicts in Korea and Vietnam, the spread of communism across Eastern Europe and parts of Asia, violent nationalism in the Balkans, and genocides in Cambodia and Rwanda, have called into question this faith in the continued advancement of humankind. In A Road to Nowhere, Matthew W. Slaboch argues that political theorists should entertain the possibility that long-term, continued progress may be more fiction than reality. He examines the work of German philosophers Arthur Schopenhauer and Oswald Spengler, Russian novelists Leo Tolstoy and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, and American historians Henry Adams and Christopher Lasch—rare skeptics of the idea of progress who have much to engage political theory, a field dominated by historical optimists. Looking at the figures of Schopenhauer, Tolstoy, and Adams, Slaboch considers the ways in which they defined progress and their reasons for doubting that their cultures, or the world, were progressing. He compares Germany, Russia, and the United States to illustrate how these nineteenth-century critics of the idea of progress contributed to or helped forestall the emergence of forms of government that came to be associated with each country: fascism, communism, and democratic capitalism, respectively. Turning to Spengler, Solzhenitsyn, and Lasch, Slaboch explores the contemporary relevance of the critique of progress and the arguments for and against political engagement in the face of uncertain improvement, one-way inevitable decline, or unending cycles of advancement and decay. A Road to Nowhere concludes that these notable naysayers were not mere defeatists and presents their varied prescriptions for individual and social action.

The Visionary Window

Author : Amit Goswami
ISBN : PSU:000053901439
Genre : Philosophy
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Does God exist? Can spirituality be integrated with science? Is happiness possible? Do miracles really happen? Not only does The Visionary Window answer " yes" to all of these questions, but it skillfully combines the fields of philosophy, cosmology, religion, and psychology to form a new way of thinking about science and spirituality. Stepping beyond the classic work of prominent seventies physicist Fritjof Capra, Goswami details his own pioneering exploration of science and spirit, revealing the complete integration between modern science and spiritual traditions. Using stories and colorful examples from pop culture, Goswami addresses complex issues in language and terminology easily accessible to the lay reader. He provides quantum physics-based theory and new experimental data verifying the metaphysical truth that exists when employed in the context of a new science, science within the primacy of consciousness. With a new holistic worldview, Goswami also discusses the creativity of the body to self heal; the power of spiritual practice and how to choose a meditative path; and the five stages of spiritual growth, culminating in the ability to transcend the physical laws of nature. Readers, scientists and spiritual leaders alike will find answers to many of life’s deepest mysteries.

The Advanced Course In Personal Magnetism

Author : Theron Q. Dumont
ISBN : 9781596052901
Genre : Self-Help
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An attractive manner is assured if we will avoid the following: Sarcasm, impertinence, ridicule, hot temper, profanity, roughness, brutality, vulgarity, a loud voice, and grouchiness.-from Chapter III, "The Development of Your Magnetic Power"The New Thought movement of the turn of the twentieth century combined Christian spirituality with the paranormal in order to give practical expression to the forces of the universe. Or so its proponents believed. One of the most influential thinkers of this early "New Age" philosophy promises here, in this 1914 book, to share "in a condensed, non-mystical style all I have been able to learn of this wonderful power" of personal magnetism. Mysteries revealed include: .the secrets of being naturally magnetic.the development of your magnetic power.how to use your personality to win the affection of the opposite sex.how to cultivate success.how to protect yourself against injurious thought attraction.how to make yourself a great power in the world.a formula for creating happinessToday's hunger for self-help, personal empowerment, and pop spirituality has its origins in a craving for self-improvement that's a century old, as this captivating little book demonstrates.Also available from Cosimo Classics: The Art and Science of Personal Magnetism: The Secrets of Mental Fascination, by Theron Q. Dumont.American writer WILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON (1862-1932)-aka Theron Q. Dumont-was born in Baltimore and had built up a successful law practice in Pennsylvania before professional burnout led him to the religious New Thought movement. He served as editor of the popular magazine New Thought from 1901 to 1905, and as editor of the journal Advanced Thought from 1916 to 1919.

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