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The Hidden Lives Of Dreams

Author : Melinda Powell
ISBN : 9781788702393
Genre : Self-Help
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On average, we spend around six years of our lives dreaming. Yet, astonishingly, few of us understand the purpose of dreams and even fewer recognise what our dreaming mind can tell us about ourselves and our world. Melinda Powell, psychotherapist and co-founder of the Dream Research Institute UK, reveals how better understanding our dreams can improve our waking lives. As well as examining the importance of sleep and dreams, The Hidden Lives of Dreams explores the role of light, colour, landscapes, space, healing presence and lucidity in dreams, dispels common misconceptions and addresses our fears of nightmares. Powell shows how to tap into our dreams as a source of guidance and inspiration to enhance our wellbeing and to discover a healthier, more balanced approach to life. 'Exploring the depths of dreaming with an experienced guide like Melinda Powell will bring you closer to your heart, your purpose and your truest self. Highly recommended.' Robert Waggoner
Category: Self-Help

A Hidden Life

Author : George MacDonald
ISBN : UIUC:30112067515517
Genre : Religious poetry, English
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Category: Religious poetry, English

Hidden Treasures Secret Lives

Author : Aris,
ISBN : 9781136149146
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Social Science

The Hidden Lives Of Congregations

Author : Israel Galindo
ISBN : 9781566996563
Genre : Religion
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Faced with crisis, lack of direction, or just plain "stuckness," many congregations and their leaders are content to deal only with surface issues and symptoms—only to discover that the same problems keep recurring, often in different, and more serious, ways. In The Hidden Lives of Congregations, Christian educator and consultant Israel Galindo takes leaders below the surface of congregational life to provide a comprehensive, holistic look at the corporate nature of church relationships and the invisible dynamics at play. Informed by family systems theory and grounded in a wide-ranging ecclesiological understanding, Galindo unpacks clearly the factors of congregational lifespan, size, spirituality, and identity and shows how these work together to form the congregation’s hidden life. He provides useful tools for diagnosing and understanding how one’s congregation fits into the various categories he names and suggests what leadership skills are necessary to get beyond the impasse of surface issues and help the congregation achieve its mission. The Hidden Lives of Congregations provides one of the most far-reaching looks into the invisible nature of faith communities written in recent years. For seminaries and divinity schools, it provides a standard text for getting a solid start in congregational practices; for experienced pastors, it provides support for renewing ministry; for lay leaders and committees, it offers insight to deepening mutual ministry. Israel Galindo has written an indispensable manual that leaders will return to repeatedly for new wisdom and guidance
Category: Religion

Hidden Lives

Author : Lenore Rowntree
ISBN : 9781926972961
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Hidden Lives is a groundbreaking anthology of evocative personal essays written by well-known and cutting-edge authors, all of whom either suffer from or have close family members who have been diagnosed with a serious mental health or developmental disorder. What does it feel like to be psychotic? What sorts of thoughts go through your mind while you are killing yourself? How does a mother go on after her schizophrenic son throws himself into an unfinished construction site? This is an anthology that drills into the core of compassion and disappointmentthat transcends hope and finds beauty in insanity.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Hidden Life

Author : James Russell Miller
Genre :
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Hidden Lives And Human Rights In The United States Understanding The Controversies And Tragedies Of Undocumented Immigration 3 Volumes

Author : Lois Ann Lorentzen
ISBN : 9781440828485
Genre : Political Science
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The most comprehensive collection of essays on undocumented immigration to date, covering issues not generally found anywhere else on the subject. Three fascinating volumes feature the latest research from the country's top immigration scholars. • Discusses topics rarely covered, including sexual migration, religion, values, and mental health • Features essays across disciplines in the fields of psychology, law, politics, social work, public policy, history, education, and health • Includes tables, maps, photos, and a bibliography for each volume to provide visual interest and additional learning opportunities • Probes the latest controversies centered on recent immigration legislation in Arizona, Georgia, and Alabama • Familiarizes readers with history, theories, and legislation related to undocumented migration in the United States
Category: Political Science

Secret Loves Hidden Lives

Author : David Abbott
ISBN : 9781861346902
Genre : Psychology
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Policy makers and practitioners have frequently overlooked the importance of relationships for people with learning difficulties, and same-sex relationships have been given even less consideration. Secret loves, hidden lives? draws on first-hand accounts to explore the lives of gay, lesbian and bisexual people with learning difficulties. The views and experiences of staff in a range of learning disability services are also featured in the study. Based on a three-year, qualitative research project carried out across the UK, the report describes people's experiences of 'coming out', relationships, discrimination and abuse. It also looks at responses from staff and services, meeting other lesbian, gay and bisexual people, and dreams for the future. Staff also reflect on these issues and discuss the importance of policy, training and creating services that promote cultures of equality. Secret loves, hidden lives? is aimed primarily at people who plan and deliver services for people with learning difficulties and the staff who work directly with them. Growing awareness of the relevance of Human Rights legislation for people with learning difficulties makes this study particularly important and timely. The findings will also be of interest to researchers and academics with a background in disability, sexuality and equality/diversity issues.
Category: Psychology

The Hidden Meaning Of Dreams

Author : Craig Hamilton-Parker
ISBN : 0806977736
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Discusses the psychological and mystical meanings of specific symbols in dreams and provides experiments to help remember and analyze dreams
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Prisoners Hidden Life

Author : Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard
ISBN : MINN:31951P01119614E
Genre : Psychiatric hospitals
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Category: Psychiatric hospitals

The Hidden Dreams

Author : Eddy A. Sumar
ISBN : 9781450008877
Genre : Self-Help
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The Hidden Dreams is about the power of the dream. It introduces the dreams of 545 students who were courageous enough to articulate their dreams so all of us can be aware of their goals and aspirations. These students tell us that it is all right to dream and that we can do so safely and securely. This book helps one to recognize that there are obstacles, but when a dream is ignited no obstacle is too great to be overcome and conquered! To succeed in our quest to fulfill our dreams, this book supplies the reader with a special map—the DreamMap. The map will help the reader to ascend the Pyramid of Success. The Author hopes that this book will help every person, young and old, to ignite the passion for his or her dream and to embark on a wonderful journey to live the dream and fulfill it.
Category: Self-Help

Mad Puppetstown

Author : Molly Keane
ISBN : 9781405526937
Genre : Fiction
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In the early 1900s Easter lives with her Aunt Brenda, her cousins Evelyn and Basil, and their Great-Aunt Dicksie in an imposing country house, Puppetstown, which casts a spell over their childhood. Here they spend carefree days taunting the peacocks in Aunt Dicksie's garden, shooting snipe and woodcock, hunting, and playing with Patsy, the boot boy. But the house and its inhabitants are not immune to the 'little, bitter, forgotten war in Ireland' and when it finally touches their lives all flee to England. All except Aunt Dicksie who refuses to surrender Puppetstown's magic. She stays on with Patsy, living in a corner of the deserted house while in England the cousins are groomed for Society. But for two of them those wild, lost Puppetstown years cannot be forgotten.
Category: Fiction

Life Is A Dream

Author : Paul Durcan
ISBN : 9781409016205
Genre : Poetry
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Famous for his electrifying poetry readings, Paul Durcan marks four decades of composing silently and reciting aloud with this magnificent collection, which brings together for the first time the critically acclaimed poet's own choice of his work from his first book, Endsville (1967), to The Laughter of Mothers (2007). Life is a Dream represents the whole range of Durcan's writing - funny and subversive verse narratives and self-mocking poems of underachievement; poems celebrating love and sex or the lives of famous writers and artists; as well as tender, poignant verses commemorating the dead. Throughout his long career, Durcan has continued to make passionate and moving poetry out of his own and his country's misfortunes. He is by turns a surrealist, a mystic, an Irish comedian with perfect comic timing and an angry champion of the oppressed. Life is a Dream reaffirms the constant vision and artistic integrity of one of the most powerful, humane and original voices in modern poetry.
Category: Poetry

The Social Life Of Dreams

Author : Adriënne Heijnen
ISBN : 9783643902382
Genre : Social Science
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This book explores how dreams, remembered upon awakening, are turned into social action in a European society. Supported by ethnographic research of modern Iceland and examples from the historical literature, the book argues that the social meaning ascribed to the Icelandic dream has been a continuous part of Icelandic everyday life for a thousand years and is still being adapted today. (Series: European Studies in Culture and Policy - Vol. 12)
Category: Social Science


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Genre : Theosophy
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Category: Theosophy

The Hidden Life Of Hanna Why

Author : Marita Van der Vyver
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132310173
Genre : Young adult fiction, Afrikaans
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Category: Young adult fiction, Afrikaans