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Earth Water Fire And Air

Author : Walter Kraul
ISBN : 086315090X
Genre : Science
File Size : 48.2 MB
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This craft book for children shows how to make a waterwheel, paddle-steamer, propeller plane, parachute, windmill, simple pendulum clock, spinning tops, a little hot-air carousel or roundabout, a hot-air balloon, and lots more. Some suggestions are simple enough for six-year-olds, others challenging enough for a skilful twelve-year-old.
Category: Science

Earth Water Fire And Air

Author : Cait Johnson
ISBN : 9781893361652
Genre : Nature
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Identifies the four basic elements as humanity's first ways of knowing Spirit, reminds us of their value as keys to self-healing and re-connection, and offers a fascinating look at element-based symbols, traditions, and ceremonies.
Category: Nature

Elemental Philosophy

Author : David Macauley
ISBN : 9781438432465
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 78.29 MB
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Explores the ancient and perennial notion of the four elements as environmental ideas.
Category: Philosophy

Earth Water Air Fire

Author : José Luis Mateo
ISBN : 1940291461
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 82.95 MB
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This research addresses the archaic or permanent conditions of architcture. ACcording to Pre-Socratic tradition, since earliest times, when human kind began to analyze the universe, there was this important proposition lasting until today that nature and life are connected to the four principles of earth, water, air and fire. THis thesis not only relates to basic conditions of man on earth, but also targets the fundamentals of architecture. It addresses how nature and life are connected to the four principles of earth, water, air and fire, and how natural elements should inspire our architectural actions today. THe book targets the fundamentals of architecture through many contemporary projects developed at ETH Zurich Chair of Architecture and by Design Prof. DR. JOsep Lluis Mateo.
Category: Architecture

The Handbook Of Tibetan Buddhist Symbols

Author :
ISBN : 1932476032
Genre : Art, Tibetan
File Size : 78.17 MB
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Based on the author's previous publication The Encyclopedia of Tibetan Symbols and Motifs', this handbook contains an array of symbols and motifs, accompanied by succinct explanations. It provides treatment of the essential Tibetan religious figures, themes and motifs, both secular and religious. Robert Beer offers a compact, concise reference work based on his previous publication 'The Encyclopedia of Tibetan Symbols and Motifs'. This handbook contains an extensive array of symbols and motifs, accompanied by succinct explanations. It provides treatment of the most'
Category: Art, Tibetan

Earth Air Fire Water

Author : Scott Cunningham
ISBN : 0875421318
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 38.17 MB
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"A treasure trove of practical magic for both novices and more experienced practitioners...beautifully crafted spells that invoke the alchemy of possibility."--PanGaia A leaf from an oak tree...a wildflower...water from a sparkling stream...dirt from a cool dark cave--these are the age-old tools of natural magic. Born of the earth, possessing inherent power, they await only our touch and intention to bring their magical qualities to life. The four elements are powerful magical tools. Using their energies, we can transform ourselves, our lives, and our world. This much-loved, classic guide offers more than seventy-five spells, rites, and simple rituals you can perform using the marvelous powers of the natural world. cott Cunningham was a greatly respected teacher and one of the most influential members of the modern Craft movement. A practitioner of elemental magic for twenty years, he wrote more than fifty books, including the seminal Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Earth Water Fire And Air

Author : Peter R. Savage
ISBN : 0972703721
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A thorough appraisal of how renewable energy-based electricity generation will fit with the strategy of utilities over the next ten years. Includes discussions of wind power, solar & photovoltaic, tidal, wave, geothermal, biomass and hydro options. Current and future electricity demand patterns through 2015 and later are used to place renewables in context.

The Elements Of Soul

Author : Sam Adettiwar
ISBN : 0982411308
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 75.42 MB
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Are you searching for real answers to fundamental questions like: * Who am I? * What is consciousness? * What is intelligence? * What is love? * What is the ultimate truth about matter and mind? * What is real and what is not? * What is life, its origin, its ultimate purpose? If you are, then The Elements of Soul is for you. The purpose of this ambitious book is to take you on a phenomenal journey to the ultimate depths of soul-a journey that will bring you immense joy and peace due to newfound wisdom. On this journey, you will explore groundbreaking concepts like: * Soul mechanics: The science of what lies beyond quantum mechanics * Soul-atoms * I-atoms * Mental elements, and * Dynamics of consciousness. The Elements of Soul is spiritual science at its best. At the same time, it is a revolutionary guide on how to perfect human love and intelligence. You are sure to conclude the same after you experience first-hand the profound benefits of practicing various meditation techniques prescribed in the book.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Buddhahood Without Meditation

Author : Dudjom Lingpa
ISBN : 9781614292753
Genre : Religion
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The revelations of Düdjom Lingpa, a highly influential mystic of 19th century Tibet, translated by B. Alan Wallace. The practice of Dzogchen, the Great Perfection, is the pinnacle of the nine vehicles of practice taught in the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. The highly influential mystic Düdjom Lingpa (1835–1904) and his disciple Sera Khandro (1892–1940), the most prolific female writer in Tibetan history, here illuminate the methods to discover our own primordial purity and abide in uncontrived awareness. Buddhahood Without Meditation: This is Düdjom Lingpa’s most widely taught visionary text. In it wisdom beings and historical figures in the Great Perfection lineage emphasize the view of cutting through (trekchö) to the original purity of pristine awareness via the four special samayas, or pledges, of the Great Perfection: nonexistence, oneness, uniform pervasiveness, and spontaneous actualization. At each stage of his spiritual progress, Düdjom Lingpa’s doubts are dispelled and his realizations enhanced by pithy advice. The Fine Path to Liberation: Sera Khandro establishes the necessary motivation and conduct for receiving teachings such as Buddhahood Without Meditation. This sublime Dharma is to be seen in the context of the five perfections of the sambhogakaya: the teacher, place, time, disciples, and Dharma are fully perfected and must not be reified as ordinary. Garland for the Delight of the Fortunate: Sera Khandro fills in the gaps of Buddhahood Without Meditation, explaining the metaphors, and spelling out the implications of the root text’s highly condensed verses. This is an essential key for unlocking Düdjom Lingpa’s profound wisdom.
Category: Religion

Earth Air Fire And Water

ISBN : 9781462009381
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 37.77 MB
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Author Jean Rikhoffs life often reads as if it were fiction instead of an actual catalog of facts. Shes had no interest in settling down into what would be described as a normal life. In this memoir, she recaps her lifes out-of-the ordinary adventures against the backdrop of water, earth, fire, and air. Earth, Air, Fire, and Water is Rickhoffs account of growing up in the 1950s. She tells about trying many roles, such as writer, wife, mother, professor, friend, with her real role in life always seeming to evade her. Her adventures include several years spent in Europe and numerous visits to Africa and India as well as remote locations such as Cambodia and the Easter Islands. Among her many experiences are a doomed love affair with a Spanish count, an extraordinary encounter with a Masai chieftain in Kenya, and an intense and humorous friendship with the famous American sculptor David Smith. With anecdotes and photographs, this memoir shows that through all of Rikhoffs many exploits, she is searching for who she isnot an appendage to someone else, but as a woman who wants to carve out a life that is uniquely her own. Best Memoir of 2011 from the Adirondack Center for Writing
Category: Biography & Autobiography