HAIKU THE SACRED ART

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Haiku The Sacred Art

Author : Margaret D. McGee
ISBN : 9781594732690
Genre : Poetry
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In this encouraging guide for both beginning and experienced haiku writers, Margaret D. McGee shows how writing haiku can be a consciously spiritual practice for seekers of any faith tradition or no tradition.
Category: Poetry

Dance The Sacred Art

Author : Cynthia Winton-Henry
ISBN : 9781594732683
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Seize the joy and healing power of dance! Drawing from her years of experience as a dance and movement teacher, and as cofounder of the international dance organization InterPlay, Cynthia Winton-Henry helps you overcome your embarrassment or anxiety and discover in dance a place of solace and restoration, as well as an energizing spiritual force. She taps into the spirit of dancing throughout history and in many world cultures to provide detailed exercises that will help you learn to trust your body and interpret its physical and spiritual intentions. For both newcomers and seasoned movers alike, she encourages you to embrace dance as a spiritual tool to:
Category: Health & Fitness

Writing The Sacred Art

Author : Rami Shapiro
ISBN : 9781594733727
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Push your writing through the trite and the boring to something fresh, something transformative. "Writing as spiritual practice has nothing to do with readers per se. You aren't writing to be read; you are writing to be freed. Writing as spiritual practice is conspiratorial rather than inspirational. It conspires to strip away everything you use to maintain the illusion of certainty, security and self-identity. Where spiritual writing seeks to bind you all the more tightly to the self you imagine yourself to be, writing as spiritual practice intends to free you from it." --from Rami's Preface This isn't about how to write spiritual books. It isn't about the romance of writing. It doesn't cover the ins and outs of publishing and building a brand. Instead, this fresh and unapologetic guide to writing as a spiritual practice approaches writing as a way to turn the spiral of body, heart, mind, soul and spirit that leads to spiritual awakening. Lead by renowned spirituality teacher Rami Shapiro and award-winning writer and writing coach Aaron Shapiro--and featuring over fifty unique, practical exercises--it takes you beyond assigning inspirational words to the page. It shows you how to use your writing to unlock the joy of life and the infinite perspectives and possibilities that living provides.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Teaching The Sacred Art

Author : Rev. Jane E. Vennard
ISBN : 9781594735851
Genre : Self-Help
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An exploration of the hopes, fears, joys, frustrations, gifts and limitations that influence teachers of all kinds every day. Includes stories of many teachers in conventional and unconventional settings, reflection questions, practices and activities to help you reinvigorate your passion for your vocation, your students and your subject.
Category: Self-Help

Dreaming The Sacred Art

Author : Lori Joan Swick, PhD
ISBN : 9781594735448
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Awaken to the wonders of your dreamself, and energize your spiritual potential for self-understanding and self-healing. “Without a doubt, people of all times and places have had the capacity to dream the sacred. I write this book in a sincere effort to create space for us to share these dreams and to provide a practical guide to nurturing sacred dreaming as an art.” —from the Introduction Sacred dreams—those in which the dreamer experiences the immediate presence of or communication with the Divine——have shaped the spiritual history of humankind. Jacob’s ladder dream, Joseph’s dream verifying Mary’s virgin pregnancy and Herod’s plans to destroy the child, Siddhartha Gautama Buddha’s auspicious dreams on his journey to enlightenment, Muhammad’s night journey dream—the pervasive power of the sacred dream is part of the scripture and lore of virtually all the world’s religions. This fascinating introduction to sacred dreaming celebrates the dream experience as a way to deepen spiritual awareness and as a source of self-healing for people of all faith traditions—or none. Includes practical, step-by-step exercises in every chapter.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Men Pray

Author : Skylight Paths
ISBN : 9781594733956
Genre : Religion
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Prayers from a broad spectrum of spiritual traditions celebrate the profound variety of ways men around the world have called out to the Divine with words of joy, praise, gratitude, wonder, petition and even anger from the ancient world up to our own day."
Category: Religion

The Publishers Weekly

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ISBN : UCSD:31822036342608
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

The Sacred Cinema Of Andrei Tarkovsky

Author : Jeremy Mark Robinson
ISBN : 1861710283
Genre : Performing Arts
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A critical study of Russian film director Andrei Tarkovsky (1932-86), including a scene by scene analysis of all of his films. This's one of the most detailed explorations of Tarkovsky, using contemporary theory and research.
Category: Performing Arts

Focus On Buddhism

Author : Robert A. McDermott
ISBN : UCAL:B3943877
Genre : Buddhism
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Category: Buddhism