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Sacred Mirror

Author : John J. Prendergast
ISBN : 1557788243
Genre : Philosophy
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How is modern psychotherapy impacted when it is approached from the presence and understanding of the unconditioned mind? What happens when therapists are able to function as a sacred mirror for their clients' essential nature, reflecting back not only the contents of awarenessùthoughts, feelings and sensationsùbut awareness itself? Informed by their direct experience as well as by nondual teachings from both eastern and western wisdom traditions, the authors take a fresh look at what psychotherapy can be. These seminal essays will challenge and inspire readers to approach psychotherapy in a new wayùas a potential portal for experiencing their deepest nature as free and joyful beings.Seasoned clinicians, Dan Berkow, Stephan Bodian, Dorothy Hunt, Sheila Krystal, Lynn Marie Lumiere, Richard Miller, John Prendergast, John Welwood, Jennifer Welwood and Bryan Wittine, and innovative western spiritual teachers, Adyashanti and Peter Fenner, explore critical issues at the interface of psychology and spirituality from a nondual perspective.
Category: Philosophy

The Sacred Mirror

Author : Robert Elder
ISBN : 9781469627571
Genre : Religion
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Most histories of the American South describe the conflict between evangelical religion and honor culture as one of the defining features of southern life before the Civil War. The story is usually told as a battle of clashing worldviews, but in this book, Robert Elder challenges this interpretation by illuminating just how deeply evangelicalism in Methodist, Baptist, and Presbyterian churches was interwoven with traditional southern culture, arguing that evangelicals owed much of their success to their ability to appeal to people steeped in southern honor culture. Previous accounts of the rise of evangelicalism in the South have told this tale as a tragedy in which evangelicals eventually adopted many of the central tenets of southern society in order to win souls and garner influence. But through an examination of evangelical language and practices, Elder shows that evangelicals always shared honor's most basic assumptions. Making use of original sources such as diaries, correspondence, periodicals, and church records, Elder recasts the relationship between evangelicalism and secular honor in the South, proving the two concepts are connected in much deeper ways than have ever been previously understood.
Category: Religion

The Sacred Mirror

Author : Herbert O'Driscoll
ISBN : 0919891128
Genre : Religion
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The Sacred Mirror

Author : Ben Midland
ISBN : 1680907166
Genre : Fiction
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A priest of a Japanese imperial shrine dies under mysterious circumstances. The dead poem he wrote leads to American professor William Sandwell who claims his innocence and is taken by the police for investigation. Carvings onto the body and the disappearance of Japan's most important myth-surrounded relics, a mythological mirror points into the direction of a brutal robbery. Forced by the Kunaicho, Japan's most powerful organization, he starts a search for the relic. Joining him in his adventure through Japan is a gifted half Japanese, half English archaeologist, Catherine Yamazaki. Together, assisted by a police officer of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police District, they discover a trail of evidence that starts in the Inner Sanctuary of the shrine. Finally, the search leads to the arrest of the thieves and the unveiling of Japan s best kept secret. Let yourself be carried away in this revealing, fact-based story full of suspense that keeps you fascinated from the start to the end. Ben Midland was born on September 8, 1954, in The Hague. After a bachelor study Japanese Studies to 1984 he lived in Japan, where he worked as an assistant teacher. In 1989 he returned to the Netherlands, primary to work on his career and to continue his studies in Japanese culture, mythology and folklore. In 2013 he decided to move permanently to Portugal, together with his family to concentrate himself totally on the writing of conspiracy/fact-fiction books."
Category: Fiction

Sacred Mirrors

Author : Alex Grey
ISBN : 9781620552698
Genre : Design
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This unique series of paintings takes the viewer on a graphic, visionary journey through the physical, metaphysical, and spiritual anatomy of the self. From anatomically correct rendering of the body systems, Grey moves to the spiritual/energetic systems with such images as "Universal Mind Lattice," envisioning the sacred and esoteric symbolism of the body and the forces that define its living field of energy. Includes essays on the significance of Grey's work by Ken Wilber, the eminent transpersonal psychologist, and by the noted New York art critic, Carlo McCormick.
Category: Design

The Sacred Mirror

Author : Thomas Smith
ISBN : OCLC:54242087
Genre : Bible
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The Sacred Mirror Room

Author : Garth Madsen
ISBN : 1684191211
Genre : Fiction
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An evocative collection of insightful, emotionally charged short stories from multi-award winning author Garth Madsen. Based around themes of intimacy, family, loss and longing 'The Sacred Mirror Room' delves deep into the twilight corners of humanity to explore the themes of relationship and connectedness.
Category: Fiction

The Clear Mirror

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ISBN : 0804763887
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Clear Mirror (Masukagami) is an account of Japanese history from 1185 to 1333 by an anonymous author, almost certainly a court noble writing around the third quarter of the fourteenth century. During this time, the military government at Kamakura controlled the country, maintaining the emperor with his court at Kyoto as symbolic head of state. Though the imperial court had little real power, it attempted to maintain as much of its former dignity and prestige as it could. The Clear Mirror is at least semi-fictionalized, promoting a picture of a court healthier and more powerful than it really was. Moreover, the work sees the court as guardian of its own traditional arts and lifestyle, and thus provides not only a history of imperial succession and other events but also copious examples of poetic expressions and descriptions of courtly traditions and ceremonies. Because of its attempt to exemplify the best in the courtly prose tradition (it is noted for its imitation of the style of the masterpiece The Tale of Genji), the work has long been valued in Japan as much for its artistic literary contribution as for its historical significance. The present translation makes available to English readers the last significant work belonging to the genre of "historical tales" (rekishi monogatari), another example of which is A Tale of Flowering Fortunes (translated by William and Helen Craig McCullough, Stanford, 1980). The introduction provides a brief summary of the significant historical and political events of the period, together with a discussion of the significance of The Clear Mirror within the "historical tales" tradition, and comments on the literary strengths and weaknesses of the work. A glossary identifies people and places mentioned in the text, and an appendix discusses details concerning the work's authorship, possible dates of initial publication, and other matters relating to the original manuscript.
Category: Literary Criticism