THE NEW PERSPECTIVE TEN TOOLS FOR SELF TRANSFORMATION

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The New Perspective

Author : Ron Reynolds
ISBN : 9781412047852
Genre : Self-Help
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Ten Tools for Self-Transformation is based on the concept that consciousness comes first... and from consciousness springs all physical reality.
Category: Self-Help

The New Perspective

Author : by Ron Reynolds and Denny Reynolds
ISBN : 9781412231855
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is a guide for thriving in a world where consciousness comes first. New discoveries in the field of quantum physics are prompting researchers to view the physical world from a new perspective. This perspective, that all physical reality springs from consciousness, inspires a former California broadcast journalist and his wife, a psychotherapist, to reconsider their own nature. This awakening takes them down the path of Self-discovery where science and spirituality... the seen and the unseen... meet. Ron and Denny Reynolds share ten simple spiritual principles that have been meaningful in their lives for more than four decades. they offer Ten Tools for Self-Transformation that support their journey in the laboratory of life, where consciousness is primary.
Category: Self-Help

We Are Here

Author : Denny Reynolds
ISBN : 9781426933363
Genre : Self-Help
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What would you do if you began receiving communications from an Inner Voice? What if the Voice brought you more understanding, love and abundance? What if that Voice enhanced your Spiritual growth? What would you do if you realized that your experience could be a universal experience - available to everyone willing to "ask" and "listen?" Ron Reynolds, a radio newsman, and his wife Denny Reynolds, a California Marriage and Family Therapist, relate their experience after accidentally discovering this Voice Within. The information, which Ron channeled while in a light trance state, was tape- recorded and is shared for the first time in this remarkable chronicle. Every session began with the greeting, "We are here," and proceeded to impart profound pieces of wisdom, guidance, and answers to personal questions pertinent to everyday life situations and challenges. In time, "The We" became known not only as a dear and loving friend, but also a trusted advisor and teacher. The events recorded by Ron and Denny unfolded over a span of two decades and provided a spiritual adventure in the tradition of Edgar Cayce, "the sleeping prophet;" Neal Donald Walsch, author of Conversations with God: Helen Schucman, who took the dictation that became A Course in Miracles; and Jane Roberts, who channeled the Seth material. In Chapter Nine you will learn a simple process for creating your own spiritual awakening by learning to tap in to your Inner Voice to receive the gifts of Spirit. The Voice for God lives within each of us.
Category: Self-Help

Art Of Relationship

Author : Ronald J. Reynolds
ISBN : 9781425198824
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Art of Relationship: The New Perspective transforms traditional marriage. This book reveals how to enhance your relationship by turning it into a Spiritual Partnership. An inner sense of well-being awaits everyone willing to practice conscious awareness in a relationship. This book shares insights from five decades of marriage and reveals the struggles, discoveries, and lessons learned in a life shared in trust and truth. Come walk with us into your own awakening as you recognize that the events of your life unfold perfectly for the growth of your soul. There is a blessing in every aspect of every relationship you'll ever haveespecially the ones that trouble you the most.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Adventure Of Self Discovery

Author : Stanislav Grof
ISBN : 0887065414
Genre : Psychology
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Here Grof presents a useful model of the psyche—a model extended by his thirty years of studying non-ordinary states of consciousness. It is useful for understanding such phenomena as shamanism, mysticism, psychedelic states, spontaneous visionary experiences, and psychotic episodes. The model is also useful in explaining the dynamics of experiential psychotherapies and a variety of sociopolitical manifestations such as war and revolution. This book might have been entitled Beyond Drugs. The second part describes the principles and process of the non-pharmacological technique developed by the author and his wife, Christina, for self-exploration and for psychotherapy. Grof explores in detail the components of this technique. He describes its method, its effective mechanisms, as well as its goals and potential. Its practice is simple, since it utilizes the natural healing capacity of the psyche.
Category: Psychology

Breakthrough

Author : Richard Forer
ISBN : 9780615404585
Genre : Arab-Israeli conflict
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Category: Arab-Israeli conflict

Napoleon And The Transformation Of Europe

Author : Alexander Grab
ISBN : 9781137184306
Genre : History
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Creating a French Empire and establishing French dominance over Europe constituted Napoleon's most important and consistent aims. In this fascinating book, Alexander Grab explores Napoleon's European policies, as well as the response of the European people to his rule, and demonstrates that Napoleon was as much a part of European history as he was a part of French history. Napoleon and the Transformation of Europe: - examines the formation of Napoleon's Empire, the Emporer's impact throughout Europe, and how the Continent responded to his policies - focuses on the principal developments and events in the ten states that comprised Napoleon's Grand Empire: France itself, Belgium, Germany, the Illyrian Provinces, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland - analyses Napoleon's exploitation of occupied Europe - discusses the broad reform policies Napoleon launched in Europe, assesses their success, and argues that the French leader was a major reformer and a catalyst of modernity on a European scale
Category: History

Holotropic Breathwork

Author : Stanislav Grof
ISBN : 143843393X
Genre : Psychology
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The definitive overview of this transformative breathwork.
Category: Psychology

Innovation To The Core

Author : Peter Skarzynski
ISBN : 9781422102510
Genre : Business & Economics
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Building on the work of strategy guru Gary Hamel, this guide shows organizations how to move innovation from a buzz word to a core competency. Skarzynski, a consultant on international growth and strategy, and Gibson, a global business strategist, draw on a wealth of examples from real companies including GE, Procter & Gamble, Nokia, and IBM. They provide frameworks, step-by-step action lists, and other practical tools for improving an organization's capacity for innovation by mobilizing the imagination of employees, customers, and business partners.
Category: Business & Economics

New Perspectives On Arabian Nights

Author : Wen-chin Ouyang
ISBN : 9781317983934
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach, this comparative study of a selection of The Arabian Nights stories in a cross-cultural context, brings together a number of disciplines and subject areas to examine the workings of narrative. It predominantly focuses on the ways in which the Arabian Nights have transformed as its stories have travelled across historical eras, cultures, genres and media. Departing from the familiar approaches of influence and textual studies, this book locates its central inquiry in the theoretical questions surrounding the workings of ideology, genre and genre ideology in shaping and transforming stories. The ten essays included in this volume respond to a general question, ‘what can the transformation of Nights stories in their travels tell us about narrative and storytelling, and their function in a particular culture?’ Following a Nights story in its travels from past to present, from Middle East to Europe and from literature to film, the book engages in close comparative analyses of ideological variations found in a variety of texts. These analyses allow new modes of reading texts and make it possible to breach new horizons for thinking about narrative. This Book was previously published as a special issue of Middle Eastern Literatures entitled Ideological Variations and Narrative Horizons: New Perspectives on Arabian Nights.
Category: Literary Criticism