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Beyond Help

Author : Camaron J. Thomas, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781463432812
Genre : Self-Help
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We live in a time when attention spans are shrinking while demands on our emotions are accelerating at ever increasing rates. The media that once brought us news now seems determined to interpret it, forcing us to take sides rather than come to understanding. This growing white noise of conflict threatens to overwhelm our ability to find peace of mind. How can we clear away the unnecessary clutter and help ourselves, and others lead lives of true contentment and continuing growth? The answer to this question is found in a remarkable new book, Beyond Help, by Dr. Camaron J Thomas. It is a breakthrough guide that shows us, step by step, how we can help ourselves and others become better human beings in a dehumanizing world. Thomas’ text is profound yet easy to grasp and richly illustrated by examples taken from her long experience as a professional mediator. It leads the reader through the challenges and pitfalls of self-perception to the heights of the abiding presence; showing us how to cast debilitating baggage aside along the way so we can rise to our fullest potential. Beyond Help breaks the mold of self-help publications by empowering rather than manipulating the reader. It is a lifeline to anyone struggling to evolve in the turbulent waters racing beneath the surface of today’s social network.
Category: Self-Help


Author : Simon Unwin
ISBN : 9780415458801
Genre : Architecture
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Though we may take them for granted, doorways impinge on our lives in many ways. Their powers are even richer and more varied than those of the wall. They can change the ways we behave, and alter how we see our surroundings. They challenge us and protect our territories. They punctuate our experiences as we move from place to place. They set the geometry and measure of our relationship with space. They frame the 'in-between' and stand as crystalisations of the moment. With its many dimensions, the doorway is an essential component of what might be called 'the common language of architecture'. Illustrated with numerous drawings and photographs, Doorway is a stimulus to thinking about what can be done with architecture. The notebook style offers an example to student architects of how they might keep their own architecture notebooks, collecting ideas, sorting strategies, generally expanding their understanding of the potential of architecture to modify the world in practical, philosophical and poetic ways.
Category: Architecture

His Story

Author : Stuart Hacking
ISBN : 9781630875596
Genre : Religion
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We all love stories--whether printed, passed down orally from generation to generation, or made into films. We love stories whether they are fictional, true, mythical, or legendary. Stories are part of our human history, and they help us understand being human. But there is one story that underpins all other stories--the story of why we exist. All great human stories must interact with this story. His Story explores this fundamental story by retelling the story of the Bible. His Story tells the Biblical story of how God has opened up a doorway into our universe and how this impacts the metanarrative of all of our lives. If you want to read the overarching story of the Bible in one short book, then His Story is for you. If you want to know the backstory of your life, His Story is for you. His Story is simply written, but doesn't oversimplify. It is a book for people who might call themselves Christians, but also for all those who are curious about the ultimate story. His Story--the story of why we are here.
Category: Religion


Author : Les Zigomanis
ISBN : 9781611872613
Genre : Fiction
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Amy has never really known family. Not like her husband, Brad, with his tribe of brothers, sisters, and cousins. Amy's only ever had her Aunt Zara - ever since Amy was twelve and her parents died. It was Aunt Zara who took her in, raised her, and provided for all her needs and desires. Aunt Zara has been her world. When Aunt Zara passes unexpectedly during Amy and Brad's fifth wedding anniversary, Amy is at a loss. How will she be able to go on? Will she be able to go on without Aunt Zara's nurturing and guidance, even if Aunt Zara has provided for them with an inheritance? That night, Amy awakes to find a doorway glowing with a faint nimbus standing at the foot of her bed and the possibility that perhaps Aunt Zara hasn't left her after all.
Category: Fiction

A Play On Words

Author : Barry Gray
ISBN : 9781469119434
Genre : Fiction
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The Shaman S Doorway

Author : Stephen Larsen
ISBN : 0892816724
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A renowned psychotherapist's and scholar's significant and inspiring work on the relation of shamanism to both the psyche and society. Shows the relevance of shamanism to the modern world and how it can lead to a creative and affirmative relationship with life. The Shaman's Doorway is one of the most significant and inspiring works on the relation of shamanism to both the psyche and society. Drawing on his own experience as a psychotherapist and his understanding of primordial shamanic traditions, Stephen Larsen shows the relevance of this path to the modern world and how it can lead to a creative and affirmative relationship with life. Defining the task of the shaman as one of bringing meaning and healing into life, and creating a sense of growing accord with the root of all being, Larsen clearly shows how the shaman, all too often perceived as belonging to the world's past, actually holds the key to our future.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Two Small Windows In A Pair Of Mirrored Doors

Author : Richard W. Spisak Jr.
ISBN : 9781450056762
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Richard W, Spisak Jr., Storyteller, Dramatist, Essayist, and Artist Writing, drawing, and making music since his youth, Richard began his professional career as a light artist with Mel Tanner of Lumonics. Later working at the Miami Space Transit Planetarium, he was hired as a light artist by Kenvin Lyman, of Dazzleland Studios. Mr. Lyman had earned a Doctorate in Lumia from the Sorbonne. Later he worked with Laser Images of Van Nuys, CA and was for a longtime part of the creative team as Light Artist for Tom Harman’s Laser Productions. He wrote and produced the Radio Comedy series “Martian Ambassador and the Captured Chorus” on public radio in Miami. Bookshelves heavy with book on neurology and consciousness he became an engineering tech, prototyping Neural Stimulators for North American Biologicals. Neurostimulators are used to treat certain nervous system disorders. Dissatisfied with the literature he found on consciousness, he began his own research, interviewing Yogis, Astrologers, Mystics and Healers. This has brought him in contact with a universe of belief and theory. Which he studies, still. I hope these stories bring a smile and a little wisdom. AUMGN HA!
Category: Biography & Autobiography