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Conscious Community

Author : Kalonymus Kalman Shapira
ISBN : 9781461627944
Genre : Religion
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Within this volume, Reb Kalonymus teaches the art of self-observation with an emphasis on organizing and running a spiritual community. The reader is exhorted to be mindful of God at all times, with specific advice given for enhancing the experience of prayer. By addressing adults who are not withdrawn from worldly pursuits, Reb Kalonymus has provided a timeless guide to Jewish spirituality that will be an invaluable resource for today's seekers.
Category: Religion

Health Care For An Aging Society

Author : David Haber
ISBN : 9781317756897
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Social Science

The Moyaone Reserve

Author : George L. Hanssen
ISBN : 0615167292
Genre : Accokeek (Md.)
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Category: Accokeek (Md.)

Poetry Consciousness And Community

Author : Christopher Kelen
ISBN : 9789042027244
Genre : History
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The process of poetry has importantly intuitive aspects and poetry embodies an ambivalence towards consciousness and towards those activities of thought in which it is constituted. It was ability to favour doubt over the productions of the rational mind that led Keats to associate poetry with his `negative capability¿. Consciousness is ¿ like poetry ¿ a floating signifier, a term of wide reference, and with a range of implications in the various disciplinary contexts in which it finds currency. Poetry, consciousness and community is about poetry, consciousness and community, about their reflexive relationships in process, and about how these relationships matter to the world today and to worlds to come. This book is interested in the nature of poetic, as opposed to other, thought; it is interested in the critical application of these forms of thought to each others¿ productions, and in how poetic thought might or might not be subject to its own regime. Poetry ¿ as practice of testing the limits of language ¿ entails a reflexive goal: that of understanding the journey in words made possible for, and by, the poem. Poetic meaning and truth are revealed between languages (likewise between genres, between texts, between subjects); it is in this inter-subjective and inter-cultural space that the limits of language (and so of conceivable worlds) are found.
Category: History

From The Race Conscious Revolution

Author : John Londen
ISBN : 9781291978285
Genre : Reference
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Essays by John Londen on the future of Racial Nationalism, especially in the context of British politics.
Category: Reference

He Artwork Meditations On Conscious Community

Author : Autumn Manzo
ISBN : 1709345683
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Having a child with autism has dramatically impacted my life. I have come to realize that autism is here to shift the consciousness of humanity beginning with my own. "Teach me about community," I asked the Universe. Over the next several months an original style of colored pencil art called He'artwork and corresponding meditations flowed through me as the answer to my request. Conscious Community is the dance between the finite and Infinite aspects of our being. From a space of individual peace can flow a playful collective Oneness in which all humanity enjoys authentic connection and magnificent feats of cocreation. This meditation book is intended as a tool to help you integrate the truths of Conscious Community and so shift into the realm where the gifts of neurodiversity are truly embraced and can flourish.What Others Have to Say..."Internalizing Autumn's He'artwork is simultaneously uprooting and grounding. As I took in the artwork and read the meditative passages, I genuinely felt the yin and yang of my own personal life experience. Autumn has redefined the word inspirational by sharing her He'artwork."Josha Smith, Hath Yoga Instructor"This little book is magic, as it helps you realize the magic that is always in you. It has changed my life for the better several times already, and it isn't finished with me yet! I loved reading it from beginning to end and I also love opening it to any random page to see what wisdom it has to offer me today. I plan on keeping several copies in hand as a perfect gift for many occasions."Gabrielle Angel Lilly, multi-medium story-teller and author of 47 Truths "I feel so privileged that Autumn shared many of her he'arts with me as she created them. I believe I'll be drawn to certain meditations as they sync with my life circumstances. I resonate with this book's perspective because opening myself to more uncomfortable emotions has helped me expand to feel joy at greater depths." Julie Sando, co-founder of Natural Play Therapy and director of Autistically Inclined

Conscious Marketing

Author : Carolyn Tate
ISBN : 9780730309659
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the modern economy, businesses must have heart The marketing industry is broken. Consumers are tired ofinterruption, push, mass media and the manipulation of marketingand advertising generally. They want to deal with honest, ethicalcompanies that have heart and purpose and that care about servingall their stakeholders instead of their pockets. ConsciousMarketing proves that marketing can really work if the paradigm isshifted—radically. In Conscious Marketing: How to Createan Awesome Business With a New Approach to Marketing, authorCarolyn Tate demonstrates just how beneficial this shift can be. Bypractising the four tenets of conscious marketing, companies canraise their brand's profile and attract customers for life. Thebook shows how building a business with a higher-purpose can leadto sustainability, profitability and industry leadership. Consciousmarketing works for both multinational corporations andcash-strapped small business alike. In the modern market, a business that does well and contributesto the elevation of humanity and the planet attracts the bestcustomers, employees, suppliers and investors. These peopleevangelize, and the brand reach expands exponentially further andto a more loyal audience than traditional marketing will evercapture. This concept and other topics in the book include: What's wrong with marketing and why it doesn't work What "conscious" means to the consumer, business, leader andmarketer The who, what, why and how of conscious marketing Navigating the shift from traditional to consciouspractices The book includes a three-part guide to crafting an actionableplan, including where to find help. Marketing doesn't have to bethe budgetary dead weight it has become. It can be fun, human andinspiring for everyone involved, but change requires a deep shiftin thinking and behaviour that goes way beyond the transaction orthe sale. To stay relevant in the modern economy, businesses mustshow what's at their core, why they do what they do and why itmatters. Conscious Marketing is a comprehensive guide tofixing the problem, with a sustainable solution.
Category: Business & Economics

Feminist Approaches To Social Movements Community And Power Conscious Acts And The Politics Of Social Change

Author : Robin L. Teske
ISBN : 1570033315
Genre : Social Science
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This collection of essays offers a range of reports on feminist theory and activism, with case studies investigating the characteristics and strategies that have effected positive social change with an eye to understanding how persons who want to initiate constructive social change might do so.
Category: Social Science

Conscious Recovery

Author : TJ Woodward
ISBN : 9781504391870
Genre : Self-Help
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Conscious Recovery is a ground breaking and eective approach to viewing and treating addiction that will transform your life. Author and spiritual teacher TJ Woodward is changing the conversation about addiction, because he recognizes that underneath all addictive behavior is an essential self that is whole and perfect. TJ Woodward's Conscious Recovery moves beyond simply treating behaviors and symptoms. It focuses on the underlying root causes that drive destructive patterns, while providing clear steps for letting go of core false beliefs that lead to addictive tendencies. Whether it is unresolved trauma, spiritual disconnection, or toxic shame, these challenges need to addressed in order to achieve true and permanent freedom. Conscious Recovery oers a pathway toward liberation that can assist you in creating a life lled with love and connection. It explores methods for changing the ways of thinking that keep you stuck in a pattern of hopelessness, so you can come into alignment with an existence overowing with compassion and purpose. TJ Woodward calls this the "great remembering" reclaiming the truth of who and what you essentially are.
Category: Self-Help

The Moabitess Stone

Author : Warlock Asylum
ISBN : 1544857519
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Written by Warlock Asylum, The Moabitess Stone, is the highly-anticipated sequel to Elijah Muhammad's Message to the Blackman in America that offers a Moorish Scientific solution to some of the problems facing the "Black Conscious" community and African Americans. The text presents an entirely new perspective on the question of what and who is God. It discusses the origins of the Abrahamic religions and their hidden agenda. It also examines the origin of the original man and his unique legacy as a shaman. Information provided in this text provides an in-depth history of some of the unknown sources which were utilized by Noble Drew Ali, Elijah Muhammad, and C. M. Bey in formulating their own thesis. The Moabitess Stone is directed specifically to Moorish Americans, Black Atheists, Black Panthers, Hebrew Israelites, Kemetians, Nation of Islam, Black Conscious Community, Black Power Cartel, and African Americans.

Community Gardening As Social Action

Author : Claire Nettle
ISBN : 9781409455868
Genre : Philosophy
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Drawing on case studies and social movement theory Claire Nettle provides a new empirical and theoretical understanding of community gardening by applying a contextual framework that considers the activity as a way for people to engage in collective social action. Through this a richer, more complete understanding of community gardening as a form of social activity and of its potential contributions to activism, community, democracy and culture can be reached.
Category: Philosophy

Building Online Learning Communities

Author : Rena M. Palloff
ISBN : 9780787988258
Genre : Education
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Building Online Learning Communities further explores the development of virtual classroom environments that foster a sense of community and empower students to take charge of their learning to successfully achieve learning outcomes. This is the second edition of the groundbreaking book by Rena Palloff and Keith Pratt and has been completely updated and expanded to include the most current information on effective online course development and delivery. A practical, hands-on guide, this resource is filled with illustrative case studies, vignettes, and examples from a wide variety of successful online courses. The authors offer proven strategies for handling challenges that include: Engaging students in the formation of an online learning community. Establishing a sense of presence online. Maximizing participation. Developing effective courses that include collaboration and reflection. Assessing student performance. Written for faculty in any distance learning environment, this revised edition is based on the authors many years of work in faculty development for online teaching as well as their extensive personal experience as faculty in online distance education. Rena M. Palloff and Keith Pratt share insights designed to guide readers through the steps of online course design and delivery.
Category: Education

The Wisdom Of Circles

Author : Christine Moses
ISBN : 1530593670
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We have become a world of people who believe that all of us, including nature, are separate and disconnected from one another. Circles can make a difference in the world, moving us from separation to connection. If we participate and practice the guidelines of the circle, the ripple effect is put into play. We create a momentum... connect to one another in a deeper way, lead a more meaningful life, and then make a difference, first to our family, then to friends, then in the world.Walking us through her own journey of awakening to a conscious life, Chris Moses shares her intimate story and powerful insights of her transformational process. Her experiences and training slowly evolve into revealing her life's purpose and passion - facilitating sacred circles, guiding other women through their self-discovery journeys, and building community one circle at a time with her "call to action" - training other women to lead circles. Chris' gentle wisdom and diverse training provides simple practical tools and experiences of how to create and facilitate circles for personal and spiritual growth. Women long for a place to fully express themselves, have their authentic voices be heard, feel a sense of belonging, and move into an open hearted consciousness. She believes by providing this safe container, our connection to the sacred, to the natural world, and to our community expands. Humanity benefits from the release of fear and separatism, and moves toward hope, oneness, and love. This book is a story of profound healing, a training guide, and an empowering inspiration.

Public Opinion And The Communication Of Consent

Author : Theodore Lewis Glasser
ISBN : 0898624991
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Public Opinion and the Communication of Consent offers an unprecedented range of scholarly perspectives on the relationship between public opinion and communication. With contributions written from social-scientific, historical, critical and cultural traditions, the book illuminates the importance and richness of treating "public opinion" as a multifaceted concept.Written by leading thinkers in the field, some of the work's chapters offer state-of-the-art reviews of research findings, while others are scholarly treatises on some aspect of communication, public opinion, and society. Topics covered include: The nature and institutions of public opinion; the influence of media on public opinion; social and psychological contexts of public opinion; the role public opinion assessment plays in a democratic society.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Problems Of Communitarian Politics

Author : Elizabeth Frazer
ISBN : 0198295642
Genre : Philosophy
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This study offers a detailed critical analysis of the ideal of community in politics. The book traces elements of the idea of community in several social and philosophical contexts over the last century.
Category: Philosophy

The Theology Of The Gospel Of Mark

Author : W. R. Telford
ISBN : 0521439779
Genre : Religion
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The product of a number of years of reflection on the Gospel of Mark, this book explains in a clear and understandable way the contribution that the evangelist has made to the theology of the developing Jesus tradition. Joining forces with those who see Mark as a theologian of some considerable creativity, Dr. Telford emphasizes the importance of context (the historical and the contemporary) and method (the historical-critical approach with insights drawn from the newer literary approaches) for the proper understanding of Mark.
Category: Religion

Social Class Social Action And Education

Author : A. Schutz
ISBN : 9780230113572
Genre : Education
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Schutz demonstrates that progressive ideas of democracy emerged out of the practices of a new middle class, reacting, in part, against the more conflictive social struggles of the working-class. The volume traces two distinct branches of democratic progressivism: collaborative and personalist.
Category: Education

The Conscious Planet

Author : Neil M. Pine
ISBN : 9781479793594
Genre : Self-Help
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The writing of this book was both a spiritual and intellectual journey.It took more than ten years to complete while having to be revised andupdated constantly. Th is is no-holds-barred literature where the authorsays what he means and means what he says! He does not mintz his words.Th e Conscious Planet thinks outside the box and breaks all the rules oftraditional thinking. Sometimes this information can be brutally honest orpainfully real. Th is author is not trying to win any popularity contest. Hetells it like it really is and doesn't care what anyone thinks!Th e Conscious Planet is what the government and big corporations whocontrol it don't want you to know! It is the truth about the truth andnothing but the truth, so help me !In the modern world, people only know what multinational corporationswant them to know, not what they should know! And it is this taintedknowledge which is creating a society of pathetic drones, who like poordoomed sheep, are too busy just trying to survive to see that the wool is beingpulled over their eyes while being led to slaughter! Because these corporateimperatives are being paid for at the expense of the future of mankind!Before you patronize any product, be conscious about what it's doing toyour health, to the earth, and how it will aff ect future generations.Skeptics have warned the author that this book will receive nominalsuccess, that it represents a small niche market, and not everyone wouldbe interested in such literature. And in retort to this assertion, it shouldbe acknowledged that yes, it is sadly true that not everyone would beinterested in this book because the information herein may not pertaindirectly to their life or general well being. So in understanding, who wouldbe interested in this book, let's narrow it down by eliminating the types ofindividual who would not directly benefi t:x1. People who are immortal:Yes, these people might not care about this book: heck, if youwere immortal, you might eat Twinkies and cheese-burgers allday long.2. People who have another planet to live on:Th is is true: why would they care if the world goes to hell in a handbasket? See Ya!Well, lucky them: however, for the other seven billion people who inhabitthe planet earth who are not immortal, and who don't have anotherplanet to live on --then this book is absolutely the most important bookthey may ever read!Become a part ofThe Conscious Planet
Category: Self-Help

Social Studies Of Science And Technology Looking Back Ahead

Author : B. Joerges
ISBN : 1402014821
Genre : Reference
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This volume brings together contributions that resemble spotlights thrown on the past twenty-five years of science and technology studies. It covers a broad range: history of science; science and politics; science and contemporary democracy; science and the public; science and the constitution; science and metaphors; and science and modernity and provides a critical overview of how the field of science and technology studies has emerged and developed.
Category: Reference