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New World Wisdom Book One

Author : Lori Adaile Toye
ISBN : 1880050536
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Can we transform our tumultuous society? Is it even possible to save our ailing planet? Yes, say the teachings in this book - channeled wisdom from a team of Ascended Masters, one of whom made his presence known to the young mother and mystic Lori Toye when she least expected it and could do little about it. It took decades to channel, transcribe, and publish the prophecies and counsel in this book, and even more time - and a second revised printing - for Toye to understand the meaning of the material: Prophecies are not predictions! Such messages are both metaphorical and literal. They are warnings with solutions to avoid what is prophesied. The chapters in this book contain information that explains how human consciousness has the ability to change and transform, and how this microcosmic effect literally extends - guiding social and cultural values, physically reshaping the planet's weather, sensitive ecosystems, and geography. Yes, we can change - by accepting our spiritual virtue and innate goodness; by learning to consciously cultivate the Twelve Jurisdictions, shared by the spiritual teachers; by engaging in our own personal Ascension process. The Spiritual Teachers who contributed their Wisdom call this process the "BE-coming." Be. Come. Add you effort to engender the growth of a new global, cultural consciousness - the Golden Age. Lori Toye is known for the best-selling I AM America Earth Changes Maps, which introduced spiritual teachings of prophecy and the Time of Change. Her initial work was published more than twenty years ago before public awareness of the serious environmental issues of Global Warming and Climate Change. Lori's work has been featured on NBC, FOX, UPN, London's Carlton Television, in the Washington Post and the New York Times.

New World Wisdom Book Three

Author : Lori Adaile Toye
ISBN : 1880050692
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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New World Wisdom offers a hopeful message: Human consciousness plays a pivotal role in creation, both individually and globally. In other words, "Group consciousness creates climate." The Ascended Masters' teachings in this book, channeled by Lori and Lenard Toye, clarify this, emphasizing that our individual consciousness is not a cause of what is going on, but rather will result in stagnation and destruction of the whole if we choose to do nothing to change our individual movements to affect the dance of group consciousness. According to the teachings of Ascended Masters, we are in a "Time of Change"--a period of tumult in world societies, environments, climates, cultures, and politics. The good news is that all this upset comes in tandem with individual and collective spiritual awakenings and transformations. These will occur simultaneously with a literally shifting terrain; there will be new lands and oceans. We can experience these changes with fear and loathing, or we can choose to become part of them--literally changing the way we think and behave toward ourselves, each other, and the planet. To do this, we must choose self-knowledge and acknowledgment of the existence of the true self and the consciousness of the ONE--Unana. By sharing the New World Wisdom, we can begin to consciously change, and by doing so, change the group consciousness. Throughout this complex, convoluted time of tipping past almost every point of no return, we most definitely can choose to make a difference. The Spiritual Teachers in this book offer their best advice: it is time for our spiritual growth and evolution. Lori and Lenard Toye are known for the best-selling I AM America Earth Changes Maps, which introduced spiritual teachings of prophecy and the Time of Change. Their initial work was published more than twenty years ago before public awareness of the serious environmental issues of Global Warming and Climate Change. The Toye's work has been featured on NBC, FOX, UPN, London's Carlton Television, in the Washington Post and the New York Times.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Spiritual Teachings Of The Avatar

Author : Jeffrey Armstrong
ISBN : 1439197024
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Old Wisdom In The New World

Author : Paul David Numrich
ISBN : 1572330635
Genre : Religion
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Focusing on two well-established institutions--one in Chicago, the other in Los Angeles--Old Wisdom in the New World is the first systematic examination of the growing presence of Theravada Buddhist temples in the United States. Paul David Numrich's socio-historical analysis highlights a number of classic Americanization themes of establishment, growth, and adaptation. These have surfaced, the author shows, in debates over the retention of Old World culture and language, the "problem" of the second generation, and the role of the laity in religious institutions. Going beyond such familiar themes, Numrich also uncovers the intriguing phenomenon of ethnically defined "parallel congregations" in these temples, as he reveals the ways in which Asian-immigrant Buddhists and American converts pursue substantively different expressions of the Theravada tradition under the direction of a shared clerical leadership, the resident monks. In the author's view, these Theravada case studies underline the complexity of the present Americanization process. By examining the intersection of two important trends--the steady growth of Asian immigration and an increasing indigenous interest in new religious movements, especially those of Asian origin--this book points to some fascinating new directions for the study of religious and cultural diversity in the United States. The Author: Paul David Numrich is a research associate in the Religion in Urban America Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Category: Religion

The World Wisdom Bible

Author : Rami Shapiro
ISBN : 1594736367
Genre : Religion
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Drawing on timeless texts from Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism and more, this compendium of wisdom is a new scripture for the spiritual but not religious. Where conventional Bibles and scriptures speak to believers of one religion or another, this is a global spiritual conversation for seekers of every faith and none.
Category: Religion

Path Of Empowerment

Author : Barbara Marciniak
ISBN : 1577313569
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Pleiadians, a collective of multidimensional beings from the Pleiades star system, have been speaking through Barbara Marciniak since 1988. This long-awaited book shares new inspiration from over nine years of previously unpublished Pleiadian wisdom, and Marciniak offers innovative ideas for changing beliefs, reclaiming one's power, and creating a world of unlimited possibilities. She also presents critical new material on how to deal with the world's increasing chaos and the accelerated pace of life. Consisting of profound new insights on power, fear, love, desire, health, sexual intimacy, energy, and creativity, this timely text is for those ready and willing to embrace self-empowerment, seek the truth, broaden awareness, and meet the challenges of a world on the brink of major change. Individual chapters include Energy and Frequency — A New Playground of the Mind, Accelerated Energy and Stretching Your Mind in the Nanosecond of Time, and The Intimate Dance of Beliefs and Emotions.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Webster S New World Thesaurus

Author : Webster's New World
ISBN : 9781416533283
Genre : Education
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When you need the right word, right away-turn to Webster's New World™ Thesaurus EASY...Organized alphabetically just like a dictionary, with no confusing number systems. ACCESSIBLE...Only common words are used in the main entry list -- never esoteric words that you would not think of looking for. COMPREHENSIVE...Brims with synonyms, antonyms, and phrases other word finders overlook -- so you're never at a loss for words. UP-TO-THE-MINUTE...Expanded and updated! Packed with additional listings and synonyms to reflect today's latest scientific, medical, and other technical terms. INDISPENSABLE...Featuring carefully selected antonyms -- this is a must-have reference tool that individualizes your writing and makes it come alive.
Category: Education

Wisdom Walk

Author : Sage Bennet, PhD
ISBN : 9781577318224
Genre : Religion
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After experiencing a crisis of faith, Sage Bennet looked to the practices of the world’s religions for help. In Wisdom Walk, she beautifully outlines nine of these teachings, making them accessible without diminishing them, while exploring the essential beliefs of each tradition. From Hinduism: Create a home altar. From Buddhism: Meditate and find peace. From Islam: Surrender to prayer. From Christianity: Forgive yourself and others. From Judaism: Make time for the Sabbath. From Native American spirituality: Let nature be your teacher. From Taoism: Go with the flow. From New Thought: Catch God’s vision of your life. From all traditions: Offer yourself in service to others. Wisdom Walk provides a simple, easy-to-follow guide for bringing the world’s spiritual traditions into your own life through practical, powerful rituals.
Category: Religion

The Ah Wisdom Book

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ISBN : 9788175975767
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Go ahead. Take a look inside. You could use a good laugh. This colorful Ah! Wisdom Book will knock your socks off! It's a collection of short, REAL LIFE incidents, where Swami Tejomayananda has given the highest wisdom during casual interactions with devotees. In a witty and simple way, his playful statements are instantly engaging - when unravelled, they provide the basic building blocks of everyday life. Featuring titles such as Lock, stock and all smoking barrels and The vanishing tiger, these delightful stories - accompanied by vibrant cartoons - wrap great insight and inspiration. It's a one-of-a-kind book. It's vedanta - and a prescription for happy living - in a fun, practical way.

Engaging Ethically In A Strange New World

Author : Michael Bräutigam
ISBN : 9781532688058
Genre : Religion
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Christians in Australia are facing serious ethical issues. Contentious topics, such as same-sex marriage, the assisted-dying bill, gender fluidity, and attempts to censor Jesus-talk in the schoolyard, present serious challenges and require us to think more deeply about how we are to live in a strange new world. This volume presents papers from the 2018 Paradosis Conference at Melbourne School of Theology and brings together a number of voices to explore doctrinal foundations and their practical outworkings in the fields of biblical studies, systematic and practical theology, Islamic studies, and medical ethics. Contributors examine questions of contemporary interest as they pertain to both the Christian community itself and to Christian engagement with wider society. Part 1 comprises papers examining ethics in the Old Testament wisdom books, decision-making according to an early church model, the theological history of ethics, and the pastoral implications of Jonathan Edwards's reflections on beauty. Part 2 investigates the ramifications for Christian social ethics of the paradox of Jesus's stringent moral commands and his inclusive lifestyle, Islam's approach to homosexuality, virtue ethics as an alternative narrative within the "assisted-dying" debate, and the role of docility as a virtue in teaching, pastoral theology, and mission.
Category: Religion

Sojourns In The New World

Author : T. Darby
ISBN : 9780773581548
Genre : Political Science
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This collection of essays represents a reflective inquiry into the way in which our world is set apart from its past, its present defined and its destiny shaped by technology. The contributors tackle the subject from different perspectives within the fields of philosophy and politics.
Category: Political Science

The New World

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ISBN : IND:32000000709537
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Leadership For An Age Of Wisdom

Author : Chris Branson
ISBN : 9048129966
Genre : Education
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This book provides a clear, comprehensive, and compelling description of the nature, characteristics, and prerequisites of wisdom-led leadership. It not only includes a detailed description of what is meant by wisdom-led leadership but also it describes how wisdom-led leadership can be developed based on current research data. In other words, practical ways to promote wisdom-led leadership are described. In addition, a metaphysical foundation in support of wisdom-led leadership is provided along with a detailed analysis of how this form of leadership can better prepare the leader to confidently and capably attend to their relational and organisational development demands, which are pivotal to their success. Finally, the fundamentally important and influential external issues of performance management, vision, goals, and accountability are discussed at length with respect to their potentially detrimental impact on the achievement of wisdom-led leadership. Embracing wisdom-led leadership does not mean that we have to forgo what performance management, vision, goals, and accountability procedures seek to achieve. It just means that these desired outcomes need to be achieved differently.
Category: Education

The World S Great Wisdom

Author : Roger Walsh
ISBN : 9781438449579
Genre : Philosophy
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Surveying spiritual and philosophical traditions, this volume revives the search for wisdom for modern times. What is wisdom and how is it cultivated? These are among the most important questions we can ask, but questions that have been routinely ignored in modern times. In the twentieth century, the search for wisdom was replaced by a search for knowledge as science and technology promised answers to life’s ills. However, along with scientific achievements came disasters, particularly the devastation of the planet through the accelerating use of modern technology. In an era drenched in data, a desire for wisdom has been reborn. Where can we go to learn about wisdom? The answer is clear: to the world’s great religions and their accompanying philosophies and psychologies. The World’s Great Wisdom makes these treasuries available. Practitioners from each of the great religions—as well as from Western philosophy and contemporary research—provide summaries of their traditions’ understandings of wisdom, the means for cultivating it, and its implications for the modern world. This book offers distillations of the world’s accumulated wisdom—ancient and modern, religious and scientific, philosophical and psychological. It is a unique resource that for the first time in history brings together our collective understanding of wisdom and the ways to develop it.
Category: Philosophy

Wisdom Revealed

Author : Robert P. Vande Kappelle
ISBN : 9781498217491
Genre : Religion
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Humans, seeking to understand the nature of reality, have learned to discern life's patterns and to respond to life's vicissitudes by acting wisely, doing what brings happiness and success. The Bible is a record of that journey. It represents the inspired attempt to become wise at the deepest level, living harmoniously with one's community, the earth, and the Creator. Through their inspirational teachings, the sages of the biblical wisdom tradition offer time-honored advice about some of life's most difficult concerns, including the problem of pain, the suffering of the innocent, the nature of evil, the justice of God, and the pervasiveness of death. Wisdom Revealed, a survey of biblical wisdom literature, offers perspective on topics that arise as one follows the text, always with an eye on the big picture, namely, daily living. Those who read this literature will be exposed to a set of core values necessary for vital citizenship and effective leadership at all levels of life. They will also obtain time-honored advice about how to deal with life's uncertainties in a holistic and pragmatic manner, focusing on what it means to be human in the presence of God.
Category: Religion

The Wisdom Of The World

Author : Rémi Brague
ISBN : 0226070778
Genre : Philosophy
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When the ancient Greeks looked up into the heavens, they saw not just sun and moon, stars and planets, but a complete, coherent universe, a model of the Good that could serve as a guide to a better life. How this view of the world came to be, and how we lost it (or turned away from it) on the way to becoming modern, make for a fascinating story, told in a highly accessible manner by Rémi Brague in this wide-ranging cultural history. Before the Greeks, people thought human action was required to maintain the order of the universe and so conducted rituals and sacrifices to renew and restore it. But beginning with the Hellenic Age, the universe came to be seen as existing quite apart from human action and possessing, therefore, a kind of wisdom that humanity did not. Wearing his remarkable erudition lightly, Brague traces the many ways this universal wisdom has been interpreted over the centuries, from the time of ancient Egypt to the modern era. Socratic and Muslim philosophers, Christian theologians and Jewish Kabbalists all believed that questions about the workings of the world and the meaning of life were closely intertwined and that an understanding of cosmology was crucial to making sense of human ethics. Exploring the fate of this concept in the modern day, Brague shows how modernity stripped the universe of its sacred and philosophical wisdom, transforming it into an ethically indifferent entity that no longer serves as a model for human morality. Encyclopedic and yet intimate, The Wisdom of the World offers the best sort of history: broad, learned, and completely compelling. Brague opens a window onto systems of thought radically different from our own.
Category: Philosophy

The Wisdom Of The Native Americans

Author : Kent Nerburn
ISBN : 157731297X
Genre : Social Science
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The teachings of the Native Americans provide a connection with the land, the environment, and the simple beauties of life. This collection of writings from revered Native Americans offers timeless, meaningful lessons on living and learning. Taken from writings, orations, and recorded observations of life, this book selects the best of Native American wisdom and distills it to its essence in short, digestible quotes — perhaps even more timely now than when they were first written. In addition to the short passages, this edition includes the complete Soul of an Indian, as well as other writings by Ohiyesa (Charles Alexander Eastman), one of the great interpreters of American Indian thought, and three great speeches by Chiefs Joseph, Seattle, and Red Jacket.
Category: Social Science

Ten Teachings For One World

Author : Gina Lake
ISBN : 9781492173458
Genre : Self-Help
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On a glorious fall day in 2012, while sitting in a garden graced by a statue of Mother Mary, Gina Lake heard Mother Mary address her: “You are my beloved child.” This began an ongoing relationship and communication with Mother Mary. This free ebook, Ten Teachings for One World, is a message from Mother Mary to all her beloved children on earth. The teachings are intended to bring us into closer contact with the peace and love that is our divine nature, which has the ability to transform our hearts and our world. Mother Mary's gentle wisdom will inspire and assist you in awakening to the magnificent being that you are. (Fifty percent of the profits from this book go to feeding the hungry.)
Category: Self-Help

Wisdom Of The Plant Devas

Author : Thea Summer Deer
ISBN : 9781591439417
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Consulting plant spirits for spiritual and psychological guidance and healing • Reveals how, by communing with the deva or spirit of a plant, we can call forth its medicine without even needing to ingest it • Includes wisdom from the devas of 13 herbs, such as rosemary, datura, and uva ursi • Empowers readers with the tools to develop their own inner resources for healing in relationship with the plant devas around them Each plant has a story to share with us, a healing story to guide us in trying times, a spirit medicine for the New Earth that is presently unfolding. Herbs are some of the most powerful allies we have for these transitional times--we just need to learn how to listen as they share their knowledge with us. In Wisdom of the Plant Devas, Thea Summer Deer reveals a new dimension of herbal medicine, one where the plant’s spirit is consulted for guidance and healing beyond the physical. Examining the botany, modern and traditional uses, history, and folklore of 13 special herbs, such as rosemary, uva ursi, and datura, she shares divinations and messages from their devas, or plant spirits, explaining how these stories carry the herbs into our lives, letting them work their magic on us. Exploring herbal medicine from an energetic perspective, she reveals that by communing with the deva of a plant, we can call on the plant’s physical, psychological, and spiritual medicine and guidance--without ingesting it or even being in its presence. Detailing the sacred space of a Medicine Wheel Garden, whether in a backyard or our imaginations, she connects us with the devas and empowers us to seek our own answers with their much-needed spiritual guidance and divinatory advice. Creating a bridge between botanical medicine and plant spirit medicine, she shows how by coming into community with the devas and co-creating with the world of nature, we can gain tremendous insights to help heal our hearts, our minds, and our spirits and consciously evolve as together we birth the New Earth.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit