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Monastery Without Walls

Author : Bruce L. Davis
ISBN : 1475920202
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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There is a part of each of us that is a monk or a mystic. We yearn for perfect peace yet live our lives far removed from traditional monasteries—yet most of us would not want to give up our personal and spiritual freedom to join monastic life. We seek wholeness but realize that wholeness is not possible without sacredness. Sacred life takes root in solitude, in the time we take to develop a relationship with our inner life—in the kind of setting a monastery would offer. This book speaks to the monk or mystic within us. It affirms our place in the sacred silence of solitude and inner reflection, showing how even everyday life is filled with opportunities to live fully in the world—as if it were a holy monastery. Here we learn to live within the limits as well as the spirit of everyday life, how to appreciate our most human self as the path to explore the divine. Here we encounter a world that is clearly available to us, a world filled with nothing less than the gift of sacred silence within the monastery without walls.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Pain Relief Without Drugs

Author : Jan Sadler
ISBN : 1594771510
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 54.42 MB
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Shares successful strategies from the author's twenty-five years of coping with her own pain, offering an innovative way to lessen pain's grip on the body and mind by changing one's personal reaction to pain. Original.
Category: Health & Fitness


Author : Joyce Ann Zimmerman
ISBN : 9781568549026
Genre : Prayer
File Size : 64.2 MB
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Category: Prayer

Contemplative Ethics

Author : Dennis Joseph Billy
ISBN : 9780809146802
Genre : Religion
File Size : 61.41 MB
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A manifesto for contemplative ethics, which seeks to integrate spirituality and morality, contemplation and action, goodness and holiness in the lives of believers and the people they serve.
Category: Religion

In That Stillness

Author : Daniel Castro
ISBN : UCAL:B4402200
Genre : Psychology
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ISBN : UVA:X006017742
Genre : Myth
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Mindfulness In The Modern World

Author : Osho
ISBN : 9781466847323
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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One of the greatest spiritual teachers of the twentieth century will show you how to develop your sense of being in the now—and avoid the distractions of both your busy environment and your wandering mind. When the mind disappears and thoughts disappear, you become mindful. What is mindfulness? It is awareness. It is perfect awareness. In Mindfulness in the Modern World: How Do I Make Meditation Part of Everyday Life?, Osho helps us explore both the inner and the outer obstacles that prevent us from bringing more awareness to all our daily activities. He emphasizes that while techniques can be useful in pointing the way, in themselves they are not meditation. Rather, meditation—or mindfulness—is ultimately a state of being in which we are capable of both action and stillness, work and play, and able to be fully present to each moment of life as it comes. Osho’s insights into the nature of the modern mind, with its tendency to judge and compare, provides a helpful entry point for longtime meditators as well as beginners. Mindfulness in the Modern World covers a wide range of topics, including five experiential techniques that will help you bring awareness to your everyday life. Osho challenges readers to examine and break free of the conditioned belief systems and prejudices that limit their capacity to enjoy life in all its richness. He has been described by the Sunday Times of London as one of the “1000 Makers of the 20th Century” and by Sunday Mid-Day(India) as one of the ten people—along with Gandhi, Nehru, and Buddha—who have changed the destiny of India. Since his death in 1990, the influence of his teachings continues to expand, reaching seekers of all ages in virtually every country of the world.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Being Zen

Author : Ezra Bayda
ISBN : 0834823403
Genre : Religion
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We can use whatever life presents, Ezra Bayda teaches, to strengthen our spiritual practice—including the turmoil of daily life. What we need is the willingness to just be with our experiences—whether they are painful or pleasing—opening ourselves to the reality of our lives without trying to fix or change anything. But doing this requires that we confront our most deeply rooted fears and assumptions in order to gradually become free of the constrictions and suffering they create. Then we can awaken to the loving-kindness that is at the heart of our being. While many books aspire to bring meditation into everyday experience, Being Zen gives us practical ways to actually do it, introducing techniques that enable the reader to foster qualities essential to continued spiritual awakening. Topics include how to cultivate: • Perseverance: staying with anger, fear, and other distressing emotions. • Stillness: abiding with chaotic experiences without becoming overwhelmed. • Clarity: seeing through the conditioned beliefs and fears that "run" us. • Direct experience: encountering the physical reality of the present moment—even when that moment is exactly where we don't want to be. Like Pema Chödrön, the best-selling author of When Things Fall Apart, Ezra Bayda writes with clear, heartfelt simplicity, using his own life stories to illustrate the teachings in an immediate and accessible way that will appeal to a broad spectrum of readers.
Category: Religion

Natural Pain Relief

Author : Jan Sadler
ISBN : 1852309245
Genre : Self-Help
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Natural Pain Relief introduces dynamic self-help techniques to reduce, control and manage on-going pain in a natural and caring way, maximising the body's own healing potential. It presents details of easy to understand & practical techniques throughout.
Category: Self-Help