This book provides the skills to use power with heart. 10th Anniversary Edition, updated with 100 additional pages, August 2015
Author: Cedar Barstow
Publisher: Many Realms
Right Use of Power: The Heart of Ethics is a dynamic, inspiring, and relational approach to ethical awareness. In a time of great misuse of power, it offers sound guidance for an emerging ethic that brings compassion to power. Original and engaging, the approach highlights four dimensions of personal and professional power: Be Informed, Be Compassionate, Be Connected, Be Skillful. This book provides the skills to use power with heart. 10th Anniversary Edition, updated with 100 additional pages, August 2015
Are we right to assume that money is more like a substance (a tool or an object)
than a field of force, an activity or a network of relationships? Are we right and is it
safe to assume that money exerts no power? Are we right to assume that we use
Author: David Darton
Publisher: Policy Press
Category: Business & Economics
This book is about money. Not about how to make money, but how to use it and use it well. A range of stimulating articles from leading international thinkers and writers forms a thought-provoking collection on how we can all use money to achieve positive social change.
This ally teaches the right use of power and can assist one in perceiving and
integratinglessons about the right use of power from this or other lifetimes. If you
are afraid of misusing power, this ally can help you take responsibility for the
Author: Robert Simmons
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Often dubbed the "crystals bible," this comprehensive reference guide to the spiritual and healing qualities of 455 sacred stones has become the go-to book for looking up the properties of gems and minerals. Each entry includes vivid color photographs for each stone to aid identification and to showcase its beauty, as well as listing its scientific information, its element and chakra correspondences, and the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits of each stone. Illustrated by gorgeously lit, clear color photos to aid quick identification, the book offers an illuminating alphabetical journey through the mineral kingdom, stone by stone. This new edition of The Book of Stones, the best-selling guide to some of Earth's most beautiful natural objects, is revised to include 76 new entries. The book begins with two introductory chapters detailing advice by authors Naisha Ahsian and Robert Simmons on how to work with crystals and stones--including the concept of crystal resonance and the scientific observation that living organisms (such as ourselves) are liquid crystalline structures. Each entry begins with the stone name and photo, plus its elemental and chakra correspondences, as well as keywords that indicate its properties. Next comes a description of the crystal structure, hardness, history, and known locations of each mineral, plus any relevant legend or lore from the past. Each author then offers their own take and personal insights on the subtle energy properties and spiritual applications of the stone. The entries conclude with summaries of the spiritual, emotional, and physical healing qualities of the stone, and an affirmation for evoking its potential benefits. The book's presentation is straightforward enough to make it an excellent introduction for beginners, yet the level of detail and the depth of research make it an invaluable resource for the most experienced stone practitioners.
Ethics is simply the right use of power. – Amina Knowlan, Founder of Matrix
Leadership My wife, Cedar Barstow, is a psychotherapist. Some years ago, when
she was directing the institute associated with her brand of therapy, she was
Author: Reynold Ruslan Feldman
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
We live in uncertain, even dangerous times. If we were ships, we’d be traveling in rough waters and dense fog. Without a navigation system, we’d soon be sunk - literally. We need to know where and how to navigate to keep ourselves safe as we pursue our individual life journeys. Wisdom for Living is an invaluable resource and guide for strengthening, developing, and accessing your own inherent wisdom nature. Each of us comes hard-wired with the equipment needed to navigate the rough waters of life. This equipment is our intuition or gut feelings, available to all. Yet like the GPS in a car or phone, we need to learn to access, use, and trust it. These short essays suggest how you can find wisdom in a variety of people, places, and things. You are encouraged to keep a wisdom journal (WJ) in which you respond to a motivating question at the end of each essay. In this way, you will create a personal handbook for guiding your life while using your inner guidance to deal with challenges.
But these communal metaphors can too easily presume an equality of power that
is really not there. ... more to gain than to lose by attending to the wisdom of
boundaries and structures of accountability that may guide the right use of power.
Author: Richard M. Gula
Publisher: Paulist Press
At a time when concerns for misconduct, abuse scandals, and liability have brought pastoral ministers under greater scrutiny than ever before and have threatened to undermine their morale, Just Ministry offers a positive perspective on the vocation of pastoral ministry and wise ethical guidance to foster integrity in ministry.
... before and behind with no less a Weight than that of 20 , 000 Pounds ; and that
nothing could have saved him from being crushed to pieces by so terrible a Force
, than that exad Balance of Power against it ; whereby the one operates just as ...
... loaded upon every part of his Body before and behind with no less a Weight
than that of 20,000 Pounds; and that nothing could have saved him from being
crushed to pieces by so terrible a Force, than that exact Balance of Power against
working hours of the mills then located on the stream, and will not be extended so
as to cover a use for a mill erected for the purpose of using the power both day
and night.3 If the owner of the pond has granted a right to use the power from the
Author: Henry Philip Farnham
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
Originally published: Rochester: The Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Company, 1904. clxxx, 896; xvi, 897-1893; xiv, 1894-2956 pp. Reprint of the sole edition. Important treatise on water rights that examines rights based on relationships from the international to the community level as they affect water rights. This book has three parts: Part One: The Rights of States and Nations examines international rights and constitutional and statutory rights. Part Two: Rights Between Public and Individual, includes the public use of waterways, municipal water supply, drainage and rights of navigation. Part Three: Rights Between Individuals discusses the rights of riparian owners in watercourses, such as the right to dam a stream.
Sir, the Constitution not only gives him the power to look into the mode and
manner, but farther, it imposes it upon him, ... If a Secretary in such a case
refused to dollars: his duty, so far from being an abuse of power, I' hold it to be a right use of ...