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Partner Earth

By Pam Montgomery
  • ISBN Code: : 1620550423
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Pages : 176
  • Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Reads : 524
  • Book Compatibility : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Pdf : partner-earth.pdf

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A well-respected herbalist describes how opening ourselves to the spirit forces of nature can promote personal well-being and restore a healthy relationship between humanity and Earth. The pace and demands of modern life have caused a great split between the material and the spiritual in our lives. Our bodies reflect this through fatigue, depression, and chronic illness. To become whole beings again, the author asserts that we must reclaim our birthright as partners with all of creation, opening ourselves to the spirits of plants, animals, and the elements, known as devas, through whom we can bridge the gap between the physical body and the energetic patterns that support all life. Partner Earth provides a wide range of practical exercises, based on traditional wisdom, visualizations, and the author's experience as an herbalist, that enable one to create sacred space, find plant and animal allies, and create flower essences that can help heal the rift between individuals and their environment.

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  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
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  • Publisher : ABC-CLIO
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  • Total of Pages : 284
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  • Pdf File: spiritual-ecology.pdf

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A prominent scientist and scholar documents and explains the thoughts, actions, and legacies of spiritual ecology's pioneers from ancient times to the present, demonstrating how the movement may offer the last chance to restore a healthy relationship between humankind and nature. • Clear, concise, and captivating essays on well-known, as well as little-known, pioneers in spiritual ecology • Chapter-long treatment of each individual's contributions, allowing for in-depth coverage • An extensive resource guide, including films and websites • An appendix listing approximately 100 pioneers in spiritual ecology

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  • Book Code : 9788122300628
  • Total of Pages : 230
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  • Members : 462
  • Pdf File: chakra-workout.pdf

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Chakra workouts have come to be acknowledged as time-tested techniques of rejuvenation. The authors have presented a beginner`s guide to initiate you into the process. The book beautifully blends the yoga, Sufism and Taoism traditions to help you to learn the ancient techniques of rejuvenation.

You're Certifiable

By Lee Naftali,Joel Naftali
  • File : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Book Code : 9781439146699
  • Total of Pages : 384
  • Category : Business & Economics
  • Members : 553
  • Pdf File: you-re-certifiable.pdf

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700 PATHS TO A JOB YOU LOVE Are you established in a career but feeling the need for a change? Interested in starting your own business and looking for an alternative to the more traditional enterprises? Graduating from college (or high school) and wondering what to do now? If you are searching for an offbeat, soul-satisfying profession that offers more than just a paycheck, enrolling in a certification program could be the perfect first step to finding the job that is made for you. You're Certifiable is packed with more than 700 ideas for alternative careers as well as all the information that you need to embark on your chosen field, such as: * Holistic health: from acupressure to hypnotherapy * Crafts: From violin making to glassblowing * Art and design: from museum studies to Feng Shui * Working with animals: from horse training to pet grooming * Outdoor pursuits: from diving to hot-air balloon piloting * Food and drink: from beer brewing to cake decorating The first-ever comprehensive directory of certification programs throughout the country, You're Certifiable provides the essentials on how to get certified in the career of your choice, how long it will take, how much it costs, and what to expect once you start working. Lee and Joel Naftali have gathered all the tools you need to find your perfect niche in the professional world.

Indo-European Poetry and Myth

By M. L. West
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  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Book Code : 0191565407
  • Total of Pages : 540
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Members : 711
  • Pdf File: indo-european-poetry-and-myth.pdf

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The Indo-Europeans, speakers of the prehistoric parent language from which most European and some Asiatic languages are descended, most probably lived on the Eurasian steppes some five or six thousand years ago. Martin West investigates their traditional mythologies, religions, and poetries, and points to elements of common heritage. In The East Face of Helicon (1997), West showed the extent to which Homeric and other early Greek poetry was influenced by Near Eastern traditions, mainly non-Indo-European. His new book presents a foil to that work by identifying elements of more ancient, Indo-European heritage in the Greek material. Topics covered include the status of poets and poetry in Indo-European societies; metre, style, and diction; gods and other supernatural beings, from Father Sky and Mother Earth to the Sun-god and his beautiful daughter, the Thunder-god and other elemental deities, and earthly orders such as Nymphs and Elves; the forms of hymns, prayers, and incantations; conceptions about the world, its origin, mankind, death, and fate; the ideology of fame and of immortalization through poetry; the typology of the king and the hero; the hero as warrior, and the conventions of battle narrative.

The Herbal Medicine-Maker's Handbook

By James Green
  • File : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Crossing Press
  • Book Code : 0307779467
  • Total of Pages : 384
  • Category : Health & Fitness
  • Members : 384
  • Pdf File: the-herbal-medicine-maker-s-handbook.pdf

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THE HERBAL MEDICINE-MAKER'¬?S HANDBOOK is an entertaining compilation of natural home remedies written by one of the great herbalists, James Green, author of the best-selling THE MALE HERBAL. Writing in a delightfully personal and down-home style, Green emphasizes the point that herbal medicine-making is fundamental to every culture on the planet and is accessible to everyone. So, first head into the garden and learn to harvest your own herbs, and then head into your kitchen and whip up a batch of raspberry cough syrup, or perhaps a soothing elixir to erase the daily stresses of modern life.

Breathing Aesthetics

By Jean-Thomas Tremblay
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  • Publisher : Duke University Press
  • Book Code : 147802349X
  • Total of Pages : 146
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Members : 877
  • Pdf File: breathing-aesthetics.pdf

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In Breathing Aesthetics Jean-Thomas Tremblay argues that difficult breathing indexes the uneven distribution of risk in a contemporary era marked by the increasing contamination, weaponization, and monetization of air. Tremblay shows how biopolitical and necropolitical forces tied to the continuation of extractive capitalism, imperialism, and structural racism are embodied and experienced through respiration. They identify responses to the crisis in breathing in aesthetic practices ranging from the film work of Cuban American artist Ana Mendieta to the disability diaries of Bob Flanagan, to the Black queer speculative fiction of Renee Gladman. In readings of these and other minoritarian works of experimental film, endurance performance, ecopoetics, and cinema-vérité, Tremblay contends that articulations of survival now depend on the management and dispersal of respiratory hazards. In so doing, they reveal how an aesthetic attention to breathing generates historically, culturally, and environmentally situated tactics and strategies for living under precarity.

Plant Spirit Reiki

By Fay Johnstone
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  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Book Code : 1644111209
  • Total of Pages : 224
  • Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Members : 723
  • Pdf File: plant-spirit-reiki.pdf

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Enrich your Reiki practice by connecting with the healing spirit of plants and the natural world • Explores a new way of channeling Reiki energy for both personal healing and professional practice by intuitively connecting with plants and the natural world • Provides simple exercises, meditations, and Reiki practices to help the reader intuitively work in partnership with plants as part of their Reiki practice • Emphasizes healing exchange with plants and the self-practice of Reiki in partnership with the spirit of plants to heal our essential nature • Explains how to raise the vibration of your community and the world by connecting with green spaces, nature beings, and habitats under threat In this practical workbook, Fay Johnstone demonstrates how energy healers and Reiki practitioners can partner with plant spirit allies and the forces of nature for powerful healing for themselves, others, and our planet. She explains how to include plants and nature in your Reiki practice, both the spiritual/etheric components of plants and the physical plants themselves. She offers many practical exercises, techniques, and meditations as well as case studies and personal experiences to show how best to harness the power of plants on all levels, along with other energy flows, to support the healing process in much the same way that crystals are used as energetic healing aids. She explains how plants connect with the Reiki principles and explores plant spirit allies, chakra work, and healing with the elements of nature. She details how to enhance self-healing and Reiki treatments for others through “bringing the outside in,” creating a healing space, use of plant preparations, and other sacred forms of plant medicine. Fay also explores how to support the healing of plants and nature itself through your Reiki/healing practice. She provides guidance on how to raise the vibration of your home and community, how to impact nature positively with regard to climate change, and how to send distance healing to the Earth, nature beings, and endangered habitats across the world. She inspires you to reach out to the vital force that flows through the natural world and open your intuition to discover guidance and support from nature. By deepening our conscious cooperation and partnership with nature and the plant kingdom, in a sacred healing way, we come to recognize that in healing ourselves, we are also healing our Earth.

The Nexus

By Richard J. Sutcliffe
  • File : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Writers Exchange E-Publishing
  • Book Code : 1920972668
  • Total of Pages : 374
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 829
  • Pdf File: the-nexus.pdf

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The sensational trial over which Tad O'Kelly presided as Senchus is now over. Mara Meathe tackles a multitude of foreign assignments, battling pirates, gun runners, kidnappers, and a host of plots against the realm. Elbon, the Builder of Meta, returns from a meeting of the elders to Tirdia and the orphanage at Berea, unaware his daughter Eider has followed him. She encounters Lucas and the two have a narrow brush with gangster Al Marcotti's thugs. In the aftermath, Lucas eavesdrops on Eider's conversation with her father and hears of their relationship and of the other earths. His loyalties now torn, Lucas leaves that afternoon's creation debate to strike out on his own. But Eider follows, and the two are caught up in both a world-dividing nexus and a Marcotti kidnapping. Royal Army officer Maeve Derry sends one of her Centralia cadets out on a training mission only to have to pull his body from the bottom of a river several hours later. What she then learns necessitates the reappointment of Tad as Senchus. Another sensational hearing at Tara ensues and is punctuated by a shocking and cowardly attack. After Maeve's return to Centralia, she finds herself lured to the St. Charles Islands, where she disappears. Clan MacCarthy forces mount an all-out attack only to come under pressure themselves from the Friends at other locations.

Chemical Evolution: Origin Of Life

By Julian Chela-Flores, PhD,Cyril Ponnamperuma
  • File : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : A. Deepak Publishing
  • Book Code : 093719431X
  • Total of Pages : 332
  • Category : Science
  • Members : 620
  • Pdf File: chemical-evolution.pdf

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This book addresses some important open questions in this interdisciplinary field of research. In spite of its broad scope, ranging from the earliest evidence of life on earth to the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, the main focus is on chemical evolution. Once the macromolecules of life were formed, the evolution of the earliest life forms enhanced the importance of chirality. This led to the highly asymmetric environment of the macromolecules of the living cell the hallmark of life itself. The subject of chirality, in particular, is discussed in depth: the status of the weak force as the only true chiral influence is presented. A substantial number of papers review both the theoretical as well as the experimental basis of the origin of biochirality. A second broad area discussed in detail is the RNA world. Some successes of this hypothesis are highlighted; the hierarchy of previous evolutionary stages leading to the origin of life, such as the pyrophosphate world, are considered. The question is raised whether useful hints may still be inferred from molecular fossils existing in contemporary cells. Contents The Origin, Evolution, and Distribution of Life in the Universe C. Ponnamperuma Chemical Origin and Early Evolution of Biological Energy Conversion H. Baltscheffsky Phosphate in Models for Chemical Evolution G. Arrhenius, B. Gedulin and Mojzsis Evolution in an RNA World P. Schuster Small Pathogenic RNAs of Plants: Living Fossils of the RNA World? T.O. Diener The Weak Force and the Origin of Life A.J. MacDermott The Origin of Chirality, the Role of Phase Transitions and Their Induction in Amino Acids A. Salam Spontaneous Regulating Mechanisms That May Have Led to the Origin of Life J. Chela-Flores Chirality and the Origin of Life R. Navarro Gonzalez, R.K. Khanna and C. Ponnamperuma >Search for Phase Transitions Changing Molecular Chirality A. Figureau, E. Duval and A. Boukenter Theoretical and Experimental Studies on the Possibility of Chirality Dependent Time Direction in Molecules A.S. Garay Extraterrestrial Intelligences J. Heidmann Discussion Sessions Biochemical Markers in Precambian Sediments--Indian Subcontinent S.S. Rane, A.V. Patankar, M.S. Chadha, B. Udayraj and S.M. Naqvi Practicabilities and Limits of Stereospecific Autocatalysis: An Experimental Approach T. Buhse, W. Thiemann, D. Lavabre and J.-C. Micheau Ionizing Radiation and Chemical Processing of Waters on Early Earth I.G. Draganic and S.I. Vujosevic Chemical Effects of Ionizing Radiation and Sonic Energy in the Context of Chemical Evolution A. Negron-Mendoza and G. Albarran Differences in Radiolysis Behavior of D,L-Amino Acid in Primary Stage and Thermodynamic Equilibrium State W.Q. Wang, J.L. Wu and J. Jiang Experimental Searches for the Origin of Biomolecular Asymmetry L. Keszthelyi True and False Chirality L.D. Barron Chiral Interaction and Biomolecular Evolution G. Gilat Chiral Forces and Molecular Dissymmetry R. Mohan Viroids and Viruses at the Origin of Organized Life L.J. Boya and P. Boya The Role of Neoteny and Sociogenesis in the Evolution of Cell Structure V.J.A. Novak

Secret Medicines from Your Garden

By Ellen Evert Hopman
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  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Book Code : 1620555581
  • Total of Pages : 384
  • Category : Health & Fitness
  • Members : 578
  • Pdf File: secret-medicines-from-your-garden.pdf

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A guided exploration of herbal lore and healing plants found in yards, forests, meadows, and hedgerows • Draws on traditional knowledge and remedies from around the world, including Native American, Celtic, and Egyptian traditions • Provides simple recipes to safely make herbal remedies from local plants and honey for first aid, immune support, and treatment of common ailments • Details the “triangle” formula-making system of William LeSassier • Explains how to work with plant spirits, herbal astrology, and Animal Spirit Medicine Weaving together ancient wisdom, mystical folklore, and modern plant research, master herbalist Ellen Evert Hopman explores the many uses of flowers, trees, common weeds, and ornamental plants for food, medicine, spiritual growth, and magical rituals. She reveals the herbal lore surrounding each plant, drawing on traditional knowledge and remedies from around the world, including Native American, Celtic, and Egyptian traditions. She includes recipes throughout so you can make medicines from wild and domesticated plants easily found in yards, forests, meadows, and hedgerows, and she discusses what to plant to ensure you have leaves, berries, and flowers all year. The author reveals how to quickly intuit an unknown plant’s properties using the signatures of plants--universal indications and contraindications based on the form, color, and location of a plant. She includes an in-depth section on honey and Bee Medicine, allowing you to appreciate the labors of these plant-dependent insects. Exploring the magical role of herbs in ancient ritual, Hopman provides recipes for Egyptian temple incense and their sacred medicine known as “Kyphi” or “Kaphet,” used to purify the body, banish insomnia, and promote vivid dreaming. She explores shamanic Plant Spirit and Animal Spirit Medicine as well as herbal astrology. She also explains the “triangle” formula-making system of her herbal mentor William LeSassier to help you develop custom herbal remedies tailored to a person’s unique strengths and weaknesses. Showing how to easily incorporate wild plants into your life to receive their healing benefits throughout the seasons, Hopman reveals the power of the bounty that Mother Nature has provided right at our doorstep.