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The Primal Connection

Author : Mark Sisson
ISBN : 0984755101
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Explores the genetic reasons behind why people feel depressed and unfulfilled in spite of positive outward circumstances, outlining simple lifestyle strategies for promoting personal contentment.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Primal Connection

Author : Alexander Dregon
ISBN : 9781771117210
Genre : Fiction
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Terry Bridger is a unique individual. A former Army Ranger, CIA operative, cop and private detective, he now works as a consultant for the FBI. His specialty? Catching the most vicious, most dangerous serial killers. And he has a hidden advantage. He calls him Charlie. Charlie is an alien. Not a little green man or anything as mundane as that. No, Charlie is a non-corporeal being known as a Chrliti. He is simply energy. And he is not alone. Others of his race are scattered among humanity, living quietly, and silently in most cases. But when Terry goes to Chicago to investigate a series of brutal murders of cabbies, he finds out not only what his friend can do, but that others of Charlie's race have some rather special abilities as well, along with some very human tendencies. The trouble is that not all of them have humanity's best interests at heart.
Category: Fiction

Primal Connections

Author : Elizabeth Noble
ISBN : CORNELL:31924059253850
Genre : Psychology
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Thought provoking and life affirming, this fascinating exploration of prenatal and birth experience's longterm impact describes how primal therapy, hypnosis, visualization, and body work aid in gaining access to our deepest, earliest memories. Those early experiences may explain chronic conditions resistent to traditional treatments.
Category: Psychology

The Decline And Fall Of Practically Everyone

Author : Victor G. Novander Jr.
ISBN : 9781462806669
Genre : History
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The Decline and Fall of Practically Everyone is a concise history of humanity. It is written from the point of view of someone whose outlook on life has been transformed by primal therapy and who has become a lifelong primal person. No other history has been written from this unique perspective. The Decline and Fall of Practically Everyone offers to each one who is ready for it a fresh glimpse into his own history and into a sound understanding of the course all human history has taken toward the devolution of original human consciousness into unconscious self-awareness. In Part I, the author defines consciousness, unconscious self-awareness, primal pain, primaling and what living a primal life involves. He pictures the primal life as putting ones feet on the path toward greater consciousness. The authors stated purpose is to wake us up to our condition of unconscious self-awareness. He feels that, unless we are awakened, humanity will continue to careen toward destroying itself and the life-sustaining nurture of Earth. The authors approach to the necessary awakening is historical. If one can see history through primal eyes, one will not only see the devolution of consciousness into unconscious self-awareness down through the millennia, one will sense it in ones own life and do something about it. Then in Part II, he explores various attributes of unconscious self-awareness that are relevant to a primal understanding of history. These subjects include the basic split, the point at which unconscious self-awareness completely suppresses consciousness; the location and upward movement of unconscious self-awareness in the body; the experience of time and space; the changing nature of the supreme deity and the four motifs of religion. In Part III, the author begins to explore the historical devolution of original consciousness into unconscious self-awareness. Subjects revealing the devolution include beliefs regarding the origin of the cosmos and of humanity; the destiny of the dead; shamanism; the several millennia-long invasions by Warrior God societies of Mother Goddess cultures and the revolutionary religions of Buddhism and Christianity. In the authors view, everything that has happened since the 1st millennium B.C.E. is but a footnote to it, and he therefore skips to the Americas in the 15th century. In Part IV, the author concentrates on greed and lust for power as the chief characteristics of unconscious self-awareness in the modern period. He begins with Columbus and the euphemistically named Age of Exploration to illustrate how greed and the lust for power dominated the Western European Colonial powers. Next, he shows how the Age of Enlightenment and its major philosophers and economists provided the basis for our Founding Fathers to craft a constitution that enshrined themselves as a rich and powerful, elite ruling class. To illustrate the greed and lust for power of unconscious self-awareness in the rest of U.S. history, he discusses economics, individualism, class and class struggle, differences among people and between men and women in the degree of unconscious self-awareness, family parenting models, unilateralism as the national expression of individualism and the U.S. as a nation dominated by greed, by a lust for power, by a quest for world domination and by the willingness to use violence and terror to achieve these ends. In the final chapter, the author reiterates his purpose of awakening his readers from the state of unconscious self-awareness. In contrast to a strictly psychological approach to fulfill his purpose, the author has adopted, in addition, a perspective that encompasses the whole sweep of human history. He ends by offering a cautious optimism for the future.
Category: History

The Primal Wound

Author : John Firman
ISBN : 0791432939
Genre : Psychology
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Argues that a primal wounding of the human spirit occurs in earliest human life that disrupts fundamental relationships and leads to anxiety, loneliness, and alienation; and shows how this wounding can be redeemed through therapy and through living one's life differently.
Category: Psychology

The Source Of Speech

Author : Hermann Beckh
ISBN : 9781912230372
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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‘An abundance of books [by Beckh] came into existence whose significance perhaps will only be properly appreciated in the future.’ – Emil Bock (1959) Hermann Beckh’s lectures on language – published here in English for the first time – offer a unique and penetrating discussion of the origins and evolution of speech. Based on his professional knowledge of Tibetan, Sanskrit and Pali – and complete fluency in at least six other ancient languages, not to count nine modern languages – and accompanied by a heartfelt understanding of anthroposophy, the lectures comprise an unparalleled marriage of academic and meditative insights. Further, they give a valuable introduction to the author’s later works on music, the stars and the Gospels of Mark and John. The Source of Speech features Beckh’s complete series of articles on the subject that were developed during the early, ‘seeding’ period of his life and work. These include: ‘Rudolf Steiner and the East’, an unprecedented study of Steiner’s relationship to Sanskrit and Buddhist spirituality; ‘Let There be Light’, Beckh’s exploration of the six Hebrew words forming Genesis 1:3; articles devoted to the origins of language, Indian philosophies and the names of the Divine in sacred texts; and essays published in Das Goetheanum which examine speech sounds, especially those of Sanskrit and Classical Hebrew. Also included are contemporaneous reviews of Beckh’s articles by Albert Steffen and Eugen Kolisko and a lecture on academia, materialism and the undisciplined enthusiasm for Indian spirituality, held at the University of Berlin. Nearly one hundred years on, Beckh’s perspectives and themes remain as exciting, relevant and fresh as ever.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Beyond The Primal Addiction

Author : Nina Savelle-Rocklin
ISBN : 9780429619953
Genre : Psychology
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Written by experienced practitioners in the fields of addiction and psychoanalysis, and illustrated by a range of moving vignettes, this groundbreaking book examines the psychological foundations of addiction in the areas of food, sex, gambling, internet usage, shopping, and work. This book not only explores the roots of addictive behavior, explaining why popular treatment options such as the 12-Step Program often fail, it also provides insights for emotional resolution and strategies for behavioral change. Beyond the Primal Addiction seeks to understand rather than pathologize addictive behaviours, now so pervasive in contemporary societies. It will be essential reading for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and other mental health professionals, as well as their clients.
Category: Psychology

The Broken Connection

Author : Robert Jay Lifton
ISBN : 0880488743
Genre : Medical
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The unique human awareness of our own mortality enables us to ensure our perpetuation beyond death through our impact on others. This continuity of life has been profoundly shaken by the advent of wars of mass destruction, genocide, and the ever-present threat of nuclear annihilation. In The Broken Connection, Robert Jay Lifton, one of America's foremost thinkers and preeminent psychiatrists, explores the inescapable connections between death and life, the psychiatric disorders that arise from these connections, and the advent of the nuclear age which has jeopardized any attempts to ensure the perpetuation of the self beyond death.
Category: Medical


Author : Marva Easterly
ISBN : 9781452519067
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Who'd a thunk it? Becoming a spiritual channel, a medium, an intuitive, and a past life regression facilitator were never on my list of goals to achieve. And yet I did. My story of evolving from normal to multidimensional is one of learning about expanding consciousness, unconditional love, and otherworldly possibilities. It is also a tale of having to confront death, near death, loss, and betrayal while keeping a sense of humor. Discovering that there is a presence, a spirit, a soul, a higher consciousness within each of us that is eternal and all knowing changed me. I went looking for the meaning of death and found immortality. Life is constantly full of surprises.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Inspirational Presence

Author : Jeff Evans
ISBN : 9781600375712
Genre : Business & Economics
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Inspirational Presence is an invitation to create a new generation of leaders who are willing to challenge their ways of seeing the world and the people within it. These leaders will be appreciative of the global implications of their thoughts and actions, and know how to create profound change in themselves and in others. The methods and models presented in Inspirational Presence tap into models of collaborative change and learning, as well as presenting current learnings in emotional intelligence and its deep impact on teams and organizations. Leaders will learn how to use Five Competencies for Transformation in ways that inspire and empower others.Also, they can explore the difference between transformational and transactional leadership styles, and see a model that simplifies the difference. By understanding how people engage change, leaders can know which of their actions create the most compelling draws into the future and how to present their ideas.
Category: Business & Economics