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Nature Spirituality From The Ground Up

Author : Lupa
ISBN : 9780738747828
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Nature Spirituality from the Ground Up invites you to go beyond simply exploring the symbols of nature and encourages you to bury your hands in the earth and work with the real thing. This is a book on green spirituality that makes a difference, empowering you to connect with totems as a part of your spiritual life. Uniquely approaching totems as beings we can give to, rather than take from, Lupa shows how orienting yourself this way deepens your spiritual connection to the earth and helps you rejoin the community of nature. And while most books on totems focus on animals, Nature Spirituality from the Ground Up helps you work with interconnected ecosystems of totems: plants, fungi, minerals, waterways, landforms, and more.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Yoga Through The Year

Author : Jilly Shipway
ISBN : 9780738757209
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Create a Powerful Connection Between Yoga and the Wheel of the Year Find balance in your yoga practice and your life by connecting with nature and the cycle of the seasons. Yoga Through the Year reimagines yoga as a way to unite complimentary opposites—heaven and earth, sun and moon, male and female. Providing inspiration, guidance, and more than 100 illustrations, this book shows you how to work with the prevalent energy of each season and develop an authentic practice that makes you happier and healthier. Learn how to best work with the challenges and opportunities present throughout the wheel of the year. Explore mindfulness exercises, visualizations, meditations, and yoga poses and sequences that are specially designed for each season. This remarkable book's approach can be personalized to fit your needs all year long. With it, you can develop your own rhythm in response to each seasonal change.
Category: Health & Fitness


Author : Tony Christie
ISBN : 9780738756714
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Step into the Labyrinth Sacred Practices for Health, Wisdom, and True Purpose The labyrinth is an enigma, a seemingly ordinary symbol that has the power to open the gateway to profound self-discovery. Within its coils and turns, secret wisdom is revealed that has the potential to help humanity on its journey toward spiritual advancement. In this book, spiritual teacher Tony Christie shares new information and powerful techniques for exploring the labyrinth as a source of wonder, wisdom, healing, and enlightenment. Discover how to work with labyrinths to quiet your mind and gain insights and answers for the questions that matter most to you. Use the labyrinth as a safe container for letting go of your troubles and finding that peaceful place within yourself. Learn about the fascinating connections between the labyrinth and tarot, alchemy, crop circles, and the cosmos. With the right guidance and intention, every step you take in a labyrinth can bring you greater understanding of your life's purpose on your own sacred journey. Praise: "Tony combines a deep wisdom of labyrinths and his personal experience to offer an opportunity to the reader to explore the labyrinth of their own sacred being. I love the mix of practical and theory. A truly enjoyable read."—Abby Wynne, author of How to Be Well and AZ Spiritual Colouring Affirmations "This book is a confident statement of the limitless possibilities of the labyrinth on all levels of existence, material and immaterial."—Robert Ferré, master labyrinth builder and author of The Labyrinth Revival "This book by Tony Christie covers the entire spectrum of time—back to the Big Bang and into the Future. If you are to read only one book on labyrinths, this is the one to read."—Sig Longren, author of Labyrinths: Ancient Myths and Modern Uses "This is an important book for anyone interested in working with labyrinths or who wishes to try to gain some understanding of the immense power of them."—Yvonne Ryves, author of Shaman Pathways—Web of Life, shamanic healer, Reiki master, and past life therapist "Well researched and written with a steady hand and heart, Labyrinth offers Tony Christie's unique understanding of this amazing tool."—Lauren Artress, author of Walking a Sacred Path "Readers interested in esoteric spiritual traditions will find much to enjoy in Christie's tutorial on the spiritual powers of labyrinths."—Publishers Weekly
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Tibetan Buddhism From The Ground Up

Author : B. Alan Wallace
ISBN : 9780861717903
Genre : Religion
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As long as our minds are dominated by the conditions of the external world, we are bound to remain in a state of dissatisfaction, always vulnerable to grief and fear. How then can we develop an inner sense of well-being and redefine our relationship to a world that seems unavoidably painful and unkind? Many have found a practical answer to that question in the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. Here at last is an organized overview of these teachings, beginning with the basic themes of the sutras--the general discourses of the Buddha--and continuing through the esoteric concepts and advanced practices of Tantra. Unlike other introductions to Tibetan Buddhism, this accessible, enjoyable work doesn't stop with theory and history, but relates timeless spiritual principles to the pressing issues of modern life, both in terms of our daily experience and our uniquely Western world view. This fascinating, highly readable book asks neither unquestioning faith nor blind obedience to abstract concepts or religious beliefs. Rather, it challenges us to question and investigate life's issues for ourselves in the light of an ancient and effective approach to the sufferings and joys of the human condition.
Category: Religion

Grounding Religion

Author : Whitney A. Bauman
ISBN : 9781136931451
Genre : Religion
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How do religion and the natural world interact with one another? Grounding Religion introduces students to the growing field of religion and ecology, exploring a series of questions about how the religious world influences and is influenced by ecological systems. Grounding Religion examines the central concepts of ‘religion’ and ‘ecology’ using analysis, dialogical exchanges by established scholars in the field, and case studies. The first textbook to encourage critical thinking about the relationships between the environment and religious beliefs and practices, it also provides an expansive overview of the academic field of religion and ecology as it has emerged in the past forty years. The contributors introduce students to new ways of thinking about environmental degradation and the responses of religious people. Each chapter brings a new perspective on key concepts such as sustainability, animals, gender, economics, environmental justice, globalization and place. Discussion questions and contemporary case studies focusing on topics such as Muslim farmers in the US and Appalachian environmental struggles help students apply the perspective to current events, other media, and their own interests.
Category: Religion

Natural Religion

Author : James Vila Blake
ISBN : UIUC:30112075412483
Genre : Natural theology
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Category: Natural theology

Nature Spirituality

Author : Mark G. Boyer
ISBN : 9781621898894
Genre : Religion
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The presence of the Divine is everywhere. That is both a comfort and a challenge. We are consoled to know that God is with us, but being human we need a sign, something to touch, see, hear, taste, smell. We need something of the ordinary to name the non-touchable, invisible, unable-to-be-heard, tasteless, odorless God's presence with us. So, we employ metaphors, figures of speech which literally denote one kind of object in place of another, to suggest a likeness or analogy. In this book, the metaphors used for God come out of the Bible; they are the four elements of nature for the Greeks: wind, water, earth, and fire. Wind is a metaphor for God's Spirit. Water refers to God as the source of life. Earth, from which we are created, bears God's fingerprints and footprints. And fire reminds us of the God who purifies and draws all creation to himself. This nature spirituality book consists of four chapters--wind, water, earth, fire--each of which contains twenty, four-part exercises of prayer: a few verses from Scripture, a reflection, a journal exercise, and a concluding prayer.
Category: Religion

Wholefood From The Ground Up

Author : Jude Blereau
ISBN : 9781952534164
Genre : Cooking
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Jude Blereau was living a wholefood life long before 'wholefood' was a buzzword for healthy living, and she knows better than most that one of the greatest obstacles to healthy eating is time, or lack of it. But with just a little preparation you can build a solid food foundation, so being busy doesn't have to mean going hungry ... Wholefood from the ground up distills Jude's wealth of knowledge into one incredible guide. In addition to more than 120 nourishing recipes there is clear information about what constitutes 'good' food, where to source it and how to use it to its best effect. There is also a guide to building a wholefood pantry from scratch as well as practical tips for planning and preparing food ahead. Eat well, even on the busiest days.
Category: Cooking

The Religion Of Spiritualism

Author : Samuel Watson
ISBN : UOM:39015022385531
Genre : Bible and spiritualism
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Category: Bible and spiritualism

From The Ground Up

Author : Cynthia Sampson
ISBN : 9780195136425
Genre : Political Science
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"From the Ground Up offers original contributions from Mennonite peacebuilders as well as from non-Mennonite scholars of anthropology, religion, and conflict resolution. It is essential reading for practitioners and scholars working in all sectors of conflict resolution and peacebuilding."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Political Science

From The Ground Up

Author : Jorian E. F. Jenks
ISBN : UIUC:30112064137307
Genre : Economic policy
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Category: Economic policy

The Great Harmonia

Author : Andrew Jackson Davis
ISBN : NYPL:33433068178304
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New Church Repository

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ISBN : MINN:31951000750383S
Genre : New Jerusalem Church
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Category: New Jerusalem Church