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The Spiritual Power Of Sound

Author : Samael Aun Weor
ISBN : 9781934206676
Genre : Religion
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The seven tones of the great scale, with the wonderful rhythms of the fire, resound in the entire universe. - Samael Aun Weor Wherever there is motion, there is sound. At every level of the universe, creation is movement, sound, a vibration of energy. That is why all the ancient scriptures exclaim that creation begins with a sound, symbolized by the Word of God that says, "Let there be Light." Spiritual light-insight, understanding, and personal experience of the Divine-is also created by means of sound, by the motion of energy within us. Spiritual elevation depends upon laws of nature that humanity ignores. Learn how the forces of creation flow in all of nature, especially within us. By conscious use of the energy that pulses within us, we can open our spiritual eyes and ears to the creative power of sound. This leads us to personal experience of the truth: genuine spiritual experience. Explains the practical steps towards acquiring personal experience of the truth Rooted in ancient scriptures and long-protected knowledge Useful for students of any religion or mysticism
Category: Religion

The Creative Power Of Sound

Author : Elizabeth Clare Prophet
ISBN : 9780922729425
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Learn how to change our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual worlds with the power of sound. Seven fundamental principles for using affirmations, decrees, prayers and more. For centuries mystics of the East and West have believed that sound creates matter. This book shows that sound is the energy of creation and explains how to experiment with sound patterns in our lives.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Power Of Sound

Author : Edmund Gurney
ISBN : 9781108038638
Genre : History
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One of the most important and original treatises on musical aesthetics, first published in 1880.
Category: History

Spiritual Power

Author : Gian Kumar
ISBN : 9789386832184
Genre : Self-Help
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An insightful, informative and definitive work that projects spirituality in a new light and reveals how it can transform us and bring peace and happiness all around. In this compact volume, Gian Kumar, a thinker by nature, provides a comprehensive overview of the seemingly mysterious, yet accessible, world of spirituality. Those seriously seeking to understand spirituality and its myriad aspects will find answers to questions they have been pondering over for years, such as: Is God only in the mind? Is reality the same for all of us? How do we go beyond the limitations of the body and the mind to attain a higher plane of consciousness and awareness? What is self-realization? What kind of entity is the soul? The author defines spiritual power as ‘that inner awareness and the capability to awaken our mind from the ignorance that we are not solely body and mind, but something more’. He goes to explain in detail that ‘something more’. The author contends that acquiring spiritual bliss may not be within everybody’s reach, but those who are keen and sincere can achieve this objective by delving deep into their inner selves to find out their shortcomings and how to overcome them so that they can lead complete and wholesome lives.
Category: Self-Help

The Yoga Of Sound

Author : Russill Paul
ISBN : 1577318137
Genre : Health & Fitness
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For thousands of years Hindu spirituality has understood the profound effect that sound has on our well-being. From this tradition comes The Yoga of Sound, which draws on yoga's long history of applying sound to reduce stress, maintain health, and invoke spiritual awakenings. In lucid exercises presented both in the book and on accompanying downloadable audio tracks, Russill Paul shows how everyone can learn the art of mantra and how these practices can help to optimize the flow of energy within the body and enhance emotional well-being.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Greater Spiritual Responsiveness Of Body And Awakening The Brain Of Spirit

Author : Brown Landone
ISBN : 0787311057
Genre : Mental healing
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Contents: the Gate to the Path; Tones of Cathedral Bells in Your Body; Four Brains & Improvement vs. Transformation; Two Stupendous Truths - Life & Death Reversed; Spiritualized Matter & Responsiveness; the Seven God Rays of Creation; Spoken Word -.
Category: Mental healing

By Way Of The Personal Path

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ISBN : 9780988968264
Genre : Philosophy
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By Way of the Personal Path chronicles nearly forty years of Eliott James' search for the innermost Self while following his personal path to greater spiritual awareness. He weaves new insight and depth through his exciting life story, first told in his book, Attaining The Mastership. This book reveals several new layers of his remarkable experiences. This book not only serves as a roadmap of spiritual quest, it is also a marvelously woven story of relationships. Relationships with family, friends, lovers, and most importantly, with one's Self. By Way of the Personal Path is a book for every seeker of truth and personal experience, one that everyone can relate to, whether new or well seasoned on the spiritual path.
Category: Philosophy

Spiritual Leadership

Author : J. Oswald Sanders
ISBN : 0802479529
Genre : Religion
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Over 1 million copies sold What every church will always need The need for talented, vigorous leaders in the church cannot be overemphasized. Such times demand active service of men and women who are guided by and devoted to Jesus Christ. With more than 1 million copies sold, Spiritual Leadership stands as a proven classic for developing such leadership. J. Oswald Sanders, a Christian leader for nearly seventy years and author of more than forty books, presents the key principles of leadership in both the temporal and spiritual realms. He illustrates his points with examples from Scripture and biographies of eminent men of God, such as Moses, Nehemiah, the apostle Paul, David Livingstone, Charles Spurgeon, and others. Featured topics include: The cost of leadership The responsibility of leadership Tests of leadership The qualities and criteria of leadership The art of reproducing leaders The one indispensable requirement of leadership Sanders holds that even natural leadership qualities are God-given, and their true effectiveness can only be reached when they are used to the glory of God. Let this classic be your guide for leadership, and watch how God works through you to do great things for His glory.
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Listening As Spiritual Practice In Early Modern Italy

Author : Andrew Dell'Antonio
ISBN : 9780520269293
Genre : Music
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In this volume the author looks at the rise of a cultivated audience whose skill involved listening rather than playing or singing, in the early 17th century.
Category: Music

Narratives Of Obeah In West Indian Literature

Author : Janelle Rodriques
ISBN : 9780429998652
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book explores representations of Obeah – a name used in the English/Creole-speaking Caribbean to describe various African-derived, syncretic Caribbean religious practices – across a range of prose fictions published in the twentieth century by West Indian authors. In the Caribbean and its diasporas, Obeah often manifests in the casting of spells, the administration of baths and potions of various oils, herbs, roots and powders, and sometimes spirit possession, for the purposes of protection, revenge, health and well-being. In most Caribbean territories, the practice – and practices that may resemble it – remains illegal. Narratives of Obeah in West Indian Literature analyses fiction that employs Obeah as a marker of the Black ‘folk’ aesthetics that are now constitutive of West Indian literary and cultural production, either in resistance to colonial ideology or in service of the same. These texts foreground Obeah as a social and cultural logic both integral to and troublesome within the creation of such a thing as ‘West Indian’ literature and culture, at once a product of and a foil to Caribbean plantation societies. This book explores the presentation of Obeah as an ‘unruly’ narrative subject, one that not only subverts but signifies a lasting ‘Afro-folk’ sensibility within colonial and ‘postcolonial’ writing of the West Indies. Narratives of Obeah in West Indian Literature will be of interest to scholars and students of Caribbean Literature, Diaspora Studies, and African and Caribbean religious studies; it will also contribute to dialogues of spirituality in the wider Black Atlantic.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Sacred Act Of Reading

Author : Anne Margaret Castro
ISBN : 9780813943466
Genre : Literary Criticism
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From Zora Neale Hurston to Derek Walcott to Toni Morrison, New World black authors have written about African-derived religious traditions and spiritual practices. The Sacred Act of Reading examines religion and sociopolitical power in modern and contemporary texts of a variety of genres from the black Americas. By engaging with spiritual traditions such as Vodou, Kumina, and Protestant Christianity while drawing on canonical Eurocentric literary theory, Anne Margaret Castro presents a novel, nuanced reading of power through the physical and metaphysical relationships portrayed in these great works of New World black literature. Castro examines prophecy in the dramas of Derek Walcott, preaching in the ethnography of Zora Neale Hurston, and liturgy in the novels of Toni Morrison, offering comparative readings alongside the works of Afro-Colombian anthropologist Manuel Zapata Olivella, Jamaican sociologist Erna Brodber, and Canadian fiction writer Nalo Hopkinson. The Sacred Act of Reading is the first book to bring together literary texts, historical and contemporary anthropological studies, theology, and critical theory to show how black authors in the Americas employ spiritual phenomena as theoretical frameworks for thinking within, against, and beyond structures of political dominance, dependence, and power.
Category: Literary Criticism

Starfleet Messages A Galactic Gt Spirit

Author : Catherine Richardson
ISBN : 9781846946523
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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What are the choices that free us? What would it mean to live adventurously, beyond depression and fear? How can we rise beyond ourselves to embrace the God within us? Channeled in plain and inspiring words from a group of beings known as the Galactic Frequency Council, The Starfleet Messages: A Galactic Guide to Spiritual Expansion is more than a toolkit for spiritual expansion – it is an invitation to join in the great work of creating the world we live in.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Healing Sounds

Author : Jonathan Goldman
ISBN : 9781594777301
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The first book to explain from both scientific and spiritual perspectives the healing and transformative powers of harmonics. • Includes practical exercises demonstrating how to use sound in healing and meditation, including "Vowels as Mantras" and "Overtoning". • Describes how harmonics can be used as "sonic yoga" for meditation and deep relaxation to enhance energy. • Over 25,000 copies of first editions sold in 6 languages. • Author won 1999 Visionary Awards for Best Healing-Meditation Album. The Mystery Schools of Egypt, Greece, and Rome understood that vibration is the fundamental active force in the universe and developed specific chants and tones for healing the mind, body, and spirit and achieving altered states of consciousness. Overtone chanting--also called vocal harmonics--is the ability of the human voice to create two or more notes at the same time. Healing Sounds explains how to perform vocal harmonics and experience their transformative and curative powers. An internationally recognized master teacher, the author provides diverse examples of sound healing systems incorporating both mystical and medical traditions--from Tibetan monks' use of tantric harmonics to Dr. Alfred Tomatis' use of Gregorian chanting--and their capacity to affect us on all levels. With many easy-to-follow exercises, Healing Sounds is the first book to show from both the scientific and spiritual viewpoints how to use the transformative power of sound for healing on physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels.
Category: Health & Fitness

Minding The Spirit

Author : Elizabeth A. Dreyer
ISBN : 0801880777
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The birth of an academic discipline is a rare event. Even more extraordinary is academia's acknowledgment that spirituality has scholarly as well as personal dimensions. Inquiry and dialogue are the essence of this new discipline, as it paves the way toward a deeper understanding of what it means to be human within the Christian faith. The twenty-five essays in this volume, originally published in either the Christian Spirituality Bulletin or Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality, offer groundbreaking explorations of Christian spirituality. Arranged under five broad headings, these essays create an insightful dialogue on the questions, methods, and critical approaches implemented by the discipline's top scholars. Topics addressed include the particular intellectual and methodological challenges presented by spirituality as an academic discipline, the self-implicating nature of the study of spirituality, historical perspectives, theological implications, healing as a function of spirituality, and the relationship between aesthetics and spirituality—art and spirit. Scholars working on either broad or focused themes in spirituality will benefit from this clear and accessible presentation of the salient aspects of the discipline. In their insight and historical and methodological content, these essays provide valuable tools for students and teachers of spirituality and related fields, in their insight and historical and methodological content. This volume speaks to all who practice and study spirituality from any religious or secular perspective, encouraging reflective and open dialogue with one of humanity's major religious traditions. Contributors: J. Matthew Ashley, Thomas Berry, Mark S. Burrows, Douglas Burton-Christie, Lawrence S. Cunningham, Lisa E. Dahill, Elizabeth A. Dreyer, Mary Frohlich, Belden C. Lane, Elizabeth Liebert, E. Ann Matter, Bernard McGinn, Meredith B. McGuire, Mark McIntosh, Barbara Newman, Walter H. Principe, Don E. Saliers, Sandra M. Schneiders, Philip F. Sheldrake, Jon Sobrino, Wendy M. Wright
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Spiritual Power

Author : Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
ISBN : 9781890350116
Genre : Religion
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Asking the question, How can we use spiritual power to help heal and transform the planet? this visionary book contrasts spiritual and worldly power, and introduces an esoteric tradition that needs to be reclaimed. This vital knowledge, held in trust by spiritual masters, shows how spiritual power can work in the world, and how each person can make a dynamic contribution to help the world evolve. Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee takes a radical approach to the problems of our present time, bringing spiritual activism to a whole new level of global involvement. He suggests that only through the activation and use of real spiritual power can we make the transition out of our present era into the future that is awaiting us: that we need spiritual power to purify and awaken the world.
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Coming Full Circle One Woman S Journey Through Spiritual Crisis

Author : Carol L. Noyes
ISBN : 9781493189274
Genre : Self-Help
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Her journey of recovery from bipolar disorder and her insights are described in this book, an autobiography of Carol Noyes. When Carol went through mid-life crisis in the spring of 2006 her world was turned upside-down. Carol was able to wean herself off drugs, after over four years on psychiatric medications. She found natural alternatives that effectively helped her to recover and to lead a productive life. Carol believes that the current medical paradigm is inadequate and often unable to help individuals to heal and to bounce back. Carol nearly died from a combination of the swine flu and lithium poisoning. Her descent to the bottom of the metaphorical well provided the impetus for her to research non-drug therapies. These therapies, along with faith, hope, and courage, brought Carol back to a peaceful life. Carol recounts her life and investigates the factors that precipitated imbalance. She writes about her extraordinary experiences during expanded states of consciousness. She also delves into the world of symbols and mythologies, describing how they became poignant for her. Carol calls her experience a time of spiritual awakening; a time of developing self-esteem, learning to love herself, and finding her true purpose. She hopes that her insights will help others going through spiritual crisis. Those interested in humanistic psychology, personal growth, and spirituality may find this book fascinating.
Category: Self-Help