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Introducing The Ten Terrains Of Consciousness

Author : Allen David Reed
ISBN : 0996662561
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discover The 10 Paradigms In Our World! The Ten Terrains Of Consciousness are the 10 fundamental operating systems running on our planet. They create all our thoughts, beliefs, values, actions, choices and behaviors. In this fascinating and groundbreaking book, you will learn all about the Ten Terrains Of Consciousness and how you are moving through them on your spiritual journey of evolution. By reading this book, you will come to understand yourself better: you will find out the lessons you are here to learn right now, make choices that are right for you with greater certainty, and evolve and grow on your path. You will come to understand other people better: you will discover people's core drivers and deepen your empathy, communicate more effectively & have easier relationships, and find truly like-minded people to connect with. You will come to understand our world better: you will learn what is creating the conflicts & problems in our world, find out what is truly driving politics, economics & history, and become a more powerful, compassionate change agent. Filled with beautiful graphics, helpful tables and compelling examples from history, movies and politics, this easy-to-read book will help you to apply the Ten Terrains Of Consciousness to all areas of your life. If you are a truth seeker; interested in self-help and personal development; drawn to mysticism and metaphysics; exploring tantra, meditation or yoga; following a new age path; on a spiritual journey; or wish to deeply know yourself, then you will find this book profoundly helpful. Indeed, reading this book may be a crucial step on your life path. People all around the world have been astounded by the accuracy of the Ten Terrains Model. Enjoy this truly groundbreaking book!

Healing Power Ten Steps To Pain Management And Spiritual Evolution Revised

Author : Philip Shapiro M. D.
ISBN : 9781452045191
Genre : Religion
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With the advent of mind-body medicine, it is now possible to combine the healing principles of both the medical and spiritual fields. To this end, Dr. Phil Shapiro has developed a ten-step, self-help model that he uses himself and teaches to his students and patients. After you have received your medication, surgery, or natural remedy and you are still in pain, there are a variety of psychosocial and spiritual methods that can help you manage that pain skillfully. The ten-step model described in this book is a composite of healing principles and methods extracted from the great wisdom traditions and organized into cognitive-behavioral practices. These techniques are designed to help the reader accomplish three goals: 1. Expand healing power: for body, mind, and soul 2. Become more skillful pain managers: for any pain, problem, disease, or disability 3. Evolve spiritually: feel better, become a better person, and experience higher states of consciousness To take advantage of the healing principles embedded in the religions, we need to solve the problem of toxic language and traumatic religious history. There is a way to do this. We can design healing models that serve people of all persuasions: Baptists, Sufis, ethical humanists, scientific atheists, true believers, true non-believers-all of us have the same magnificent healing power in every cell of our bodies, and we know how to make it grow. The ten steps do not declare answers to life's big questions, such as why we are born, why there is so much suffering and evil, whether there is a God, and where we go after death. However, we can apply the wealth of healing wisdom in the great faith traditions to help us manage our pain and heal. This book is written for atheists, agnostics, religious or spiritual persons. Anyone can play in the expanded field of healing power.


Author : Paul C. Taylor
ISBN : 9780745649665
Genre : Philosophy
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In Race: A Philosophical Introduction, Second Edition , Paul C. Taylor provides an accessible guide to a well-travelled but still-mysterious area of the contemporary social landscape. As in the first edition, the book blends metaphysics and social philosophy, analytic philosophy and pragmatic philosophy of experience. In this thoroughly updated and revised volume, Taylor outlines the main features and implications of race-thinking, while engaging the ideas of such important figures as Linda Alcoff, K. Anthony Appiah, W. E. B. Du Bois, Michel Foucault, Sally Haslanger, and Howard Winant. The result is a comprehensive but accessible introduction to philosophical race theory and to a non-biological and situational notion of race. The book unfolds in a sequence of five chapters, each devoted to one of the following questions: What is race-thinking? Don’t we know better than to talk about race now? Are there any races? What is it like to have a racial identity? And how important, ethically, is colorblindness? On the way to answering these questions, Race takes up topics like mixed-race identity, white supremacy, the relationship between the race concept and other social identity categories and the impact of race-thinking on our erotic and romantic lives. The second edition’s new concluding chapter explores the racially fraught issues of policing, immigration, and global justice, and interrogates the thought that Barack Obama has ushered in a post-racial age. This volume is suitable for the educated general reader as well as for students and scholars in ethnic studies, philosophy, sociology, and other related fields.

Introduction To Sociology

Author : Jerry D. Rose
ISBN : 0528680315
Genre : Social Science
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Whole Terrain

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ISBN : UVA:X002539720
Genre : Environmental ethics
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After Mecca

Author : Cheryl Clarke
ISBN : 0813534062
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In "After Mecca," Cheryl Clarke explores the relationship between the Black Arts Movement and black women writers of the period. Poems by Gwendolyn Brooks, Ntozake Shange, Audre Lorde, Nikki Giovanni, Sonia Sanchez, Jayne Cortez, Alice Walker, and others chart the emergence of a new and distinct black poetry and its relationship to the black community's struggle for rights and liberation. Clarke also traces the contributions of these poets to the development of feminism and lesbian-feminism, and the legacy they left for others to build on.

Critical Schooling

Author : Francisco J. Villegas
ISBN : 9783030007164
Genre : Education
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This edited volume brings to the foreground the inequities of contemporary schooling in Canada. The editors and authors perform a critical examination of the Canadian schooling space, highlighting the agency and action of marginalized communities and their efforts to address injustice within contexts of schooling. Grounded in the unique perspective of each author, this book provides a venue for transformative practice to create inclusive and socially just contexts for diverse populations, specifically as experienced by peoples who inhabit the intersections of various modes of oppression.

Ten Week War In Kargil

Author : Sabyasachi Basu Ray Chaudhury
ISBN : UOM:39015053538768
Genre : India
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An Introduction To Women S Studies Gender In A Transnational World

Author : Inderpal Grewal
ISBN : UOM:39076002638448
Genre : Social Science
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Introducing students to the modern period's history of key ideas related to sexual difference, gender, race, class, and sexuality, this book, that is divided into four sections, looks at women in diverse locations around the world and encourages students to think about gender in a transnational rather than a purely US context.


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ISBN : UCSC:32106005415903
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