Radical Wholeness

Author: Philip Shepherd
Editor: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1623171784
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There are qualities we all yearn to experience in our lives—peace, simplicity, grace, connection, clarity. Yet these qualities evade us because each of them arises from an experience of wholeness, and we live in a culture that enforces divisions within each of us. In Radical Wholeness, Philip Shepherd shows the countless ways in which we are persuaded to separate from the body and live in the head. Disconnected from the body’s intelligence, we also disconnect from the wholeness of the present. This schism within us is the primary source of stress not just in our personal lives, but for the systems of the planet. Drawing from neuroscience, anthropology, physics, the arts, myth, personal stories and his experiences helping people around the world to experience wholeness, Philip Shepherd illuminates what true wholeness means and offers practices designed to help readers soften into the intelligence of the body. Radical Wholeness is a call to action: to recover wholeness and experience a new way of being.

Radical Wholeness

Author: Sharon M. Latour
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781466461796
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A Northern California newspaper column written specifically for those least likely to be in church, synagogue, or mosque. Encouraging and approachable, the author's broad background, before pastoring a rural Presbyterian church, lends a gentle and thought-provoking perspective. Readers will find hope and community in these weekly stories and reflections.

Breathed Into Wholeness

Author: Frohlich, Mary
Editor: Orbis Books
ISBN: 1608338126
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Science Paradox And The Moebius Principle

Author: Steven M. Rosen
Editor: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791417690
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Science, Paradox, and the Moebius Principle confronts basic anomalies in the foundations of contemporary knowledge. Steven M. Rosen deals with paradoxes that call into question our conventional way of thinking about space, time, and the nature of human experience. Rosen's contribution is unique in at least five respects: 1) He provides an unparalleled integration of modern theoretical science and contemporary phenomenological thought. 2) He features a section of dialogue with David Bohm, who contributed greatly in fields of major concern to the book. 3) He sets forth a process theory and philosophy, presenting a concept in which space, time, and consciousness undergo a continuous internal transformation and organic growth. 4) He furnishes a highly specific account of dialectical change, employing geometric forms that bring the dynamics of paradox into focus with unprecedented clarity. 5) He is transdisciplinary and provides transcultural bridges between the "two cultures" of science and the humanities.

The Wholeness Principle

Author: Anna Freifeld Lemkow
Editor: Quest Books
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New technology, industry and commerce have spawned the global interdependency of all people, making us our brothers' keepers by necessity, asserts author Anna Lemkow in this exciting demonstration of the reality of Wholeness as a universal principle. She offers integrative approaches to religion, philosophy, science and world affairs that can help shape a bright future.

The Quest For Wholeness

Author: Carl G. Vaught
Editor: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780873955935
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"This book has been written for the artist, for the theologian, and for the philosopher, each of whom must be concerned with the question, "What does it mean to be human?" But at a deeper level, it is written for any reader who knows what it means to be fragmented, and who is willing to undertake a quest for wholeness in experiential and reflective terms." -- from the Preface The Quest for Wholeness is a philosophic odyssey into humankind's feelings of fragmentation, and the search for unity born of those feelings. It blends the concreteness of art and religion with the discipline of philosophy to illuminate those places in experience and reflection where fragmentation is encountered and the meaning of wholeness is first discovered. Carl Vaught discusses the problems of fragmentation and unity, beginning with the aesthetic concreteness represented by the quest in Herman Melville's Moby Dick; moving through the religious dimension represented by the biblical stories of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, and Moses; passing on to the reflective discourse in Plato's Euthyphro; and ending in a confrontation with Hegel that unites the concrete particularity of religious and communal life with the dialectic of Socrates' normative reasoning. This book is written with the conviction that the professional philosopher should not address a merely professional audience, but the larger world as well, and that in the end he must come to terms with himself and with the most pressing questions that confront the human spirit.

The Interrelationship Between Mind And Matter

Author: Beverly Anne Rubik
Editor: Center for Frontier Sciences Temple University
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The Road To Castle Mount

Author: Edgar L. Chapman
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313261459
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One of the most prolific, honored, and widely read science fiction writers, Robert Silverberg has forged a professional career that began in the 1950s and has flourished in succeeding decades. After first gaining fame for his magazine fiction, Silverberg embraced the ideals and methods of literary science fiction in the late 1960s and crafted a number of novels marked by symbolism and irony. After a period of silence in the 1970s, he resumed his career. Despite the appeal of his novels, Silverberg's achievement still eludes easy assessment. This book offers a broad study of Silverberg's growth as a writer, following his career from his early apprenticeship period to his later, fully mature books. Examining not only his work but also the literary contexts that shaped him, Chapman captures well Silverberg's development as a writer.

Irish Renaissance Annual

Author: Zack Bowen
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Eleven essays are included in this final volume of the Irish Renaissance Annual. The lead essay, "George Shiels: Enigmatic Playwright," by Daniel J. Casey, was originally the Shiels Centenary address given at Belfast's Lyric Theatre in May 1981. Most of the offerings here are devoted to James Joyce. Also in this volume, Gerald Doherty investigates Eastern influences on the work of W. J. Yeats, and Peter Drewniany gives an account of W. J. Lawrence's theater criticism in the Stage.