Seven Life Lessons Of Chaos

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Seven Life Lessons Of Chaos

Author : John Briggs
ISBN : 9780061930737
Genre : Self-Help
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If you have ever felt your life was out of control and headed toward chaos,science has an important message: Life is chaos, and that's a very exciting thing! In this eye-opening book, John Briggs and F. David Peat reveal sevenenlightening lessons for embracing the chaos of daily life. Be Creative: engage with chaos to find imaginative new solutions and live more dynamically Use Butterfly Power: let chaos grow local efforts into global results Go With the Flow: use chaos to work collectively with others Explore What's Between: discover life's rich subtleties and avoid the traps of stereotypes See the Art of the World: appreciate the beauty of life's chaos Live Within Time: utilize time's hidden depths Rejoin the Whole: realize our fractal connectedness to each other and the world Life is impossible to control--instead of fighting this truth, Seven Life Lessons of Chaos shows you how to accept, celebrate, and use it to live life to its fullest.
Category: Self-Help

Encyclopedia Of Religion And Nature

Author : Bron Taylor
ISBN : 9781441122780
Genre : Religion
File Size : 37.76 MB
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The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, originally published in 2005, is a landmark work in the burgeoning field of religion and nature. It covers a vast and interdisciplinary range of material, from thinkers to religious traditions and beyond, with clarity and style. Widely praised by reviewers and the recipient of two reference work awards since its publication (see, this new, more affordable version is a must-have book for anyone interested in the manifold and fascinating links between religion and nature, in all their many senses.
Category: Religion

Thoughts On Fire

Author : Dr. Frank McCluskey
ISBN : 9780595750498
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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They can walk through fire. They would sacrifice their own lives to save yours. In the tradition of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, Thoughts on Fire is a meditation on how to live a life that matters. Drawing on his dual life as a philosophy professor and firefighter, "Dr. Frank" begins a journey not just into the fire, but inside himself. The lessons of this voyage are not just about axes and hoses but hope, forgiveness and love. "As a professor and a firefighter, Dr. McCluskey shifts gears easily between the metaphysical and the macho, pontificating in a pin striped suit by day and plunging into a smoky, flaming house by night." -The New York Times "It is a book that you will want to read again and again. It is a remarkable story that you will want to share with those you love." -Dr. Robert Schachat, author of The Seven Conditions of Trust "Thoughts on Fire is a book that is at once entertaining and enlightening" -Dr. John Briggs, author of The Seven Life Lessons of Chaos
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Capitalizing On Career Chaos

Author : Helen Harkness
ISBN : 0891062092
Genre : Business & Economics
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Delivers tools and strategies to become authentic, trail-blazing pioneers who will thrive in this age of unprecedented uncertainty.
Category: Business & Economics

Recycling Culture S

Author : Sara Martin
ISBN : 9781443808200
Genre : Social Science
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Culture survives today by means of a constant recycling, optimistically trying to overcome its own decadence in the 21st century. Recycling Culture(s) addresses from a variety of perspectives this strategy, analyzing not only a wide range of texts but also of cultural practices. As the volume shows, culture thrives on a permanent state of flux, borrowing materials for its own survival wherever they are found and always favouring hybridity. This refers not only to how texts cross genre and medium boundaries but also to how identities and the very idea of culture grow out of recycling what is at hand both synchronically and diachronically. Divided in two sections, ‘Part I: Recycling the Book and the Screen’ and ‘Part II: Recycling Identity, Consumption and History,’ the twenty essays offered here are the work of an international group of scholars dealing with different linguistic and geographical environments. A primary aim of the volume is breaking away with the compartmentalisation of Cultural Studies into non-communicating linguistic domains to offer an eclectic, engaging mixture of approaches. This is the twelfth monographic volume of the series Culture & Power edited by members of the permanent seminar on Cultural Studies ‘Culture & Power,’ which has organised an international yearly conference since 1995. "Recycling Culture(s)/ is the latest in the series of Culture and Power books to come out of Spain. It features essays not only from many of the most distinguished cultural studies scholars on the Iberian Peninsular but many from beyond its borders. What makes this volume so stimulating, relevant and exiting is that the contributors range across an impressive assortment of contexts of (and for) recycling. The book’s thematic base is impressive taking in, as it does, the relevance of recycling history, identity and a multitude of popular texts (written and audio-visual). All contributions are theoretically informed and the authors consider subjects from comic-book heroes, James Bond and /Clockwork Orange/ to African-Carribbean women, Australian national myth and mobile phones. The contributors and editor should be congratulated on producing a theoretically coherent, challenging and important intervention into contemporary cultural studies. " Dr David Walton, Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies at the Univerisity of Murcia, Spain, author Introducing Cultural Studies: Learning Through Practice /(Sage, 2008)
Category: Social Science

The Book Of Calm

Author : Nancy G. Shapiro
ISBN : 9781631522499
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Using real-life stories, scientific concepts, and awareness tools, The Book of Calm challenges the constraints of inevitable change and turbulent events with a dynamic stance of clarity, compassion, and choice. Transitions expert Nancy G. Shapiro moves gracefully and deliberately through subjects as diverse as welcoming paradox, fierce self-care, power and conversation, and the difficult task of connecting with others when faced with our thousand-fold differences―providing convincing evidence that people stuck in fear or indecision can experience profound insights, break harmful habits, and move into their own wisdom by letting go of old beliefs. Inspiring and compelling, The Book of Calm supports readers to reimagine and renew their lives and their place in the world by transforming patterns within thoughts, language, and behaviors―one person, one family, one community at a time.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


Author : John Briggs
ISBN : 0500276935
Genre : Chaotic behavior in systems
File Size : 79.82 MB
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John Briggs uses over 170 illustrations to clearly explain the significance -- more importantly, the beauty -- of fractals. He describes how fractals were discovered, how they are formed, and the unique properties different fractals share. 'Fractals' is a breathtaking guided tour of a brand new aesthetic of art, science, and nature. It will revolutionize the way yousee the world and your place within it.
Category: Chaotic behavior in systems

Leonardo S Vision

Author : Valerie A. Brown
ISBN : PSU:000060500960
Genre : Education
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Brings together a portfolio of ideas, strategies and tools that support collective decision-making among individuals, communities, professions and organisations. The long-term goal in the book is for a just, secure and sustainable future.
Category: Education

Navigating The Tides Of Change

Author : David La Chapelle
ISBN : IND:30000079199380
Genre : Nature
File Size : 78.12 MB
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This evocative work addresses the challenge of navigating the accelerating pace of change effectively so that we can live more sustainably, through the medium of stories told from modern science, esoteric and spiritual traditions, and Earth wisdom. By integrating these often-strange bedfellows, as well as by emulating great thinkers and doers from history, Navigating the Tides of Change presents a compelling case that humankind can create a future in harmony with the Earth.
Category: Nature

The Mystic Heart Of Justice

Author : Denise Breton
ISBN : IND:30000067562276
Genre : Law
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Almost daily we encounter a world that seems unjust, while the authorities we depend upon appear powerless or to be working on the wrong side. To make matters worse, we often feel judged by those same authorities - parents, teachers, employers, religious leaders. This book attempts to put things right.
Category: Law

You Have Time For This

Author : Mark Budman
ISBN : IND:30000124202874
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 79.52 MB
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Love, death, fantasy, and foreign lands, told with brevity and style by the best writers in the short-short fiction genre. You Have Time for This satiates your craving for fine literature without making a dent in your schedule. This collection takes the modern reader on fifty-three literary rides, each one only five hundred words or less. Mark Budman and Tom Hazuka, two of the top names in the genre, have compiled an anthology of mini-worlds as diverse as the authors who created them.
Category: Fiction

Turbulent Mirror

Author : John Briggs
ISBN : UOM:49015000573759
Genre : Chaotic behavior in systems
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Explores the many faces of chaos and reveals how its laws direct most of the familiar processes of everyday life.
Category: Chaotic behavior in systems

Native Science

Author : Gregory Cajete
ISBN : UOM:39015049723839
Genre : Social Science
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Cajete examines the multiple levels of meaning that inform Native astronomy, cosmology, psychology, agriculture, and the healing arts. Unlike the western scientific method, native thinking does not isolate an object or phenomenon in order to understand it, but perceives it in terms of relationship. An understanding of the relationships that bind together natural forces and all forms of life has been fundamental to the ability of indigenous peoples to live for millennia in spiritual and physical harmony with the land. It is clear that the first peoples offer perspectives that can help us work toward solutions at this time of global environmental crisis.
Category: Social Science

Beyond Civilization

Author : Daniel Quinn
ISBN : UOM:39015048769585
Genre : Social Science
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Argues that if humankind is to survive, it must move beyond an exploitation of the planet and its resources, other species, and other human beings to an enlightened future that emphasizes sustaining rather than consuming the world
Category: Social Science

Toxic Archipelago

Author : Brett L. Walker
ISBN : PSU:000067839919
Genre : History
File Size : 54.33 MB
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This fascinating environmental history of Japan examines how traditions and practices in several industries -- from raising silkworms to mining lead and coal to refining petroleum -- have affected the health of workers and those who have lived in these toxic landscapes.
Category: History

The Spirit And Science Of Holistic Health

Author : Jon Robison
ISBN : UOM:39015076198210
Genre : Alternative medicine
File Size : 60.83 MB
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We propose that the major health crises in the United States are not about heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, or obesity. Instead they are about violence, prejudice, social isolation, and runaway materialism. Unfortunately, traditional health promotion continues to "attack" our problems by declaring war on disease, obsessing about epidemiologically based risk factors and frightening people about what they eat, how much they weigh, and what they like to do or not do. These approaches rarely help and often create an atmosphere of anxiety and confusion. This book is an invitation to health professionals to rethink our current understanding of health, illness, and the process of healing. It covers topics that are rarely addressed in health promotion including the history of the human species, the Scientific Revolution, quantum physics, and the latest mind/body/spirit research. While it may seem as if this information is only marginally related to health, we believe it provides a critical foundation for the truly holistic approach to health promotion we describe in detail in this book. It is time to re-create our profession and set a daring new course to improve the quality of the human experience.
Category: Alternative medicine