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Consensus Trance

Author : Paul Bondarovski
ISBN : 9781365624117
Genre : Self-Help
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Most of us live in consensus trance - a state of consciousness produced by ideological blunting of our intellect through intensive manipulation (brainwashing), which forces us to accept false conception of reality. And the worst is that we very rarely know if the thoughts in our head are ours or have been skillfully suggested by someone or something else (e.g., subliminals hidden behind music, or flashed on a screen so fast that you don't consciously see them, or cleverly incorporated into a picture). In the entire history of man, no one has ever been brainwashed and realized, or believed, that he had been brainwashed. This book is composed of the articles which present the Big Picture of mass and individual mind control and its various techniques.
Category: Self-Help

A New Republic Of The Heart

Author : Terry Patten
ISBN : 9781623170486
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A vision to address our environment, economy, politics, culture, and to catalyze the radical whole-system change we need now Recasting current problems as emergent opportunities, Terry Patten offers creative responses, practices, and conscious conversations for tackling the profound inner and outer work we must do to build an integral future. In practical and personal terms, he discusses how we can all become active agents of a transformation of human civilization and why that is necessary to our continued survival. Patten's narrative focuses on two aspects of existence--our dynamic but fractured and threatened world, and our underlying wholeness and unity. Only by honoring both of these realities simultaneously can we make sustainable changes in ourselves, our communities, our body politic, and our planetary life-support system. A New Republic of the Heart provides a comprehensive understanding and inspiring vision for "being the change" in a way that can address the most intractable problems of our time. Patten shows how we can come together in our communities for conversations that matter and describes new communities, enterprises, and forms of dialogue that integrate both inner personal growth work with outer awareness, activism, and service.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Trauma Evil

Author : J. Jeffrey Means
ISBN : 1451414390
Genre : Religion
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This book enables caregivers working with victims of abuse and violence to add to their knowledge base an understanding of evil and how it works to destroy. Arguing that Rthe worst forms of trauma are the human intentional type", or trauma perpetrated consciously and intentionally by one human being on another, the authors define radical evil, symbolized by Satan, as trauma-inducing acts that are engaged in consciously, for its own sake, in an unapologetic way.
Category: Religion

Daring To Be Yourself

Author : Peter Shepherd
ISBN : 9780980623772
Genre : Self-actualization (Psychology)
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Based on principles which have helped thousands of people Find Out Who You Really Are! You can create a new life. A life revised in small but crucial ways-or perhaps you will totally change the way things have been up to now. You choose, of course. But first you need to know just who you really are and to shed the conditioning imposed on you by decades of conforming to other people's expectations and other people's interpretations. This book-a blueprint to the life you really desire-has been developed by Peter Shepherd, author of Transforming the Mind. A step by step approach is followed throughout to help you uncover and remove the barriers to self-knowledge and freedom of expression and action. Effective techniques enable you to draw up a map for yourself through which: 1. You get to know yourself-and your various ways of being-much better. 2. You realize what decisions and choices you have made and acted upon, which have created the effects-positive or negative-that you are currently experiencing. 3. You learn how to go about redirecting your life along a path which is more in accordance with what you are hoping to achieve. Daring to be Yourself gives you the tools to really turn your life around. You will learn important new skills, enabling you to look at the world with a more aware and open mind-left brain and right brain working in harmony-no longer suppressing your needs, wants and feelings. And so begin a new life of enhanced achievement and happiness.
Category: Self-actualization (Psychology)

The Primal Wound

Author : John Firman
ISBN : 0791432939
Genre : Psychology
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Argues that a primal wounding of the human spirit occurs in earliest human life that disrupts fundamental relationships and leads to anxiety, loneliness, and alienation; and shows how this wounding can be redeemed through therapy and through living one's life differently.
Category: Psychology

Tokharian Tales

Author : Jason Murk
ISBN : 9780978628307
Genre : Dystopias
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Tokharian Tales is a collection of post-futuristic seemingly science-fictional short stories set on an Earth that is being abandoned, including a love story about a scientist who falls in love with a ghost ... a romance that goes horribly wrong on the floating bridge between Hawaii and Viva-Mexico ... a story set in the Outzone, the dark underbelly of the internet ... a retro-futuristic novella about a quixotic social anarchist who dreams of spaceships during her datura trances ... storybook-tales for 67th century children about robots and replicants, osterlings and Oospheroids ... and the adventure of Shridmar Joe, Hovercipher Pro, in the most dangerous dance of a strangeous game you've ever played! Thousand years ago, the Tokharians lived in a lush oasis with orchards and vineyards where they grew gourds and peaches, melons and grapes. They had iron-smelting furnaces and Buddhist stupas. Merchants rested under mulberry trees, and in the marketplace they sold Chinese brides, Kashmir wool, Bactrian rubies and lapis-lazuli. Gone now, desert now: the oasis has dried up, and a desert wind blows sand over the shattered stupas, the stumps of mulberry trees. The Tokharians either departed or they died in the desert which overtook them. But distance yourself: the same thing is happening again as we dismantle the Earth to fly to the stars. The same desert wind blows over America, over the ruins of Santa Fe and New York City. The wats and shrines of Thailand have been unbricked, removed, and re-assembled in orbit around distant stars. Likewise, the massive Mesoamerican suntemples of Viva-Mexico have been transplanted to the jungle greens and desert sandstonewhites of other planets aroundindigo-orange stars.... About the author: Jason Murk is an existential anarchist from New Mexico who flies through the summer skies in sadhoo-tripsterly tradition in his own hovercipher. What's a hovercipher? You might as well ask what's existential anarchism - open this book and find out!
Category: Dystopias

The Many Faces Of Time

Author : John Barnett Brough
ISBN : 9789401594110
Genre : Philosophy
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Temporality has been a central issue in phenomenology since its inception. Husserl's groundbreaking investigations of the consciousness of internal time early in the century inaugurated a phenomenological tradition enriched by such figures as Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and Eugen Fink. The authors of the essays collected in this volume continue that tradition, challenging, expanding, and deepening it. Many of the essays explore topics involving the deepest levels of temporal constitution, including the relationship of temporality to the self and to the world; the ways in which temporalizing consciousness and what it temporalizes present themselves; and the roles and nature of present, past, and future. Other essays develop original positions concerning history, tradition, narrative, the time of generations, the coherence of one's life, and the place of time in the visual arts. In every instance, the authors show how invaluable phenomenology is for the investigation of time's many faces.
Category: Philosophy

God Is One And Christ Is All

Author : Tom Raddatz
ISBN : 0985431806
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In "God is One & Christ is All" the original apostle's view of Jesus Christ and his relationship to God is set forth and declared over and against the Trinity dogma. This book thoroughly exposes, in understandable language, the un-biblical nature of the Trinity. The development of the Trinity is called to account for adopting pagan, philosophical and even anti-Christian (Gnostic) views of God and Christ. The concepts underpinning the Trinity are openly listed and dealt with and compared with Biblical concepts. Ultimately, the evidence presented proves conclusively that the Trinity dogma is not a Biblical dogma. Rather, it is a man-made falsehood that is contrary to the Jesus that the apostles admonished all men to believe in for salvation. In particular the Bible clearly describes 1) God's immaterial characteristics, 2) God's descriptive names, 3) God's passion for His people, and 4) God's absolute foreknowledge. The anti-Christians rejected each one of these biblical concepts and replaced them with pagan and philosophical views. Those non-biblical views see God, instead, as 1) having a corporeal nature, 2) being unnamable (or ineffable), 3) incapable of any passion, and 4) that the divine realm is occupied with multiple, pre-existent, divine persons. In developing the Trinity dogma, men such as Justin Martyr, Tertullian, Origen, Athanasius and many others absolutely rejected the simple, biblically described, apostolic view of Christ. The ultimate goal for this book, of course, is to restore believers in Christ to the simple, pure, undiluted faith once delivered by Jesus Christ through his apostles.
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Ecology And Revolution

Author : C. Boggs
ISBN : 9781137282262
Genre : Political Science
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Ecology and Revolution: Global Crisis and the Political Challenge is an in-depth exploration and analysis of the global ecological crisis (going far beyond the issue of global warming) in the larger context of historical conditions and political options shaped by the failure (and incapacity) of the existing political system to adequately confront the crisis.
Category: Political Science

Mirrors Of Our Playing

Author : Thomas R. Whitaker
ISBN : 047211025X
Genre : Drama
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Examines the major paradigms that have influenced modern English-speaking theater
Category: Drama