Myth Of Meditation

Author: Paramananda
Editor: Windhorse Publications
ISBN: 1911407228
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Paramananda guides us in grounding meditative experience in the body, turning towards experience in a kindly and intelligent way, and seeing through to another way of understanding and being in the world.

The Myth Of Freedom And The Way Of Meditation

Author: Chogyam Trungpa
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 9780834821415
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Chögyam Trungpa's unique ability to express the essence of Buddhist teachings in the language and imagery of modern American culture makes his books among the most accessible works of Buddhist philosophy. Here Trungpa explores the true meaning of freedom, showing us how our preconceptions, attitudes, and even our spiritual practices can become chains that bind us to repetitive patterns of frustration and despair. This edition features a new foreword by Pema Chödrön, a close student of Trungpa and the best-selling author of When Things Fall Apart.

The Goddess Speaks

Author: Dee Poth
Editor: Sum Press
ISBN: 9780963832726
File Size: 45,71 MB
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Capture the power of ancient goddesses. The Goddess Speaks is an inspiring and beautiful set of meditation cards and book that enables women to bring the power, wisdom, and serenity of ancient goddesses into their daily lives. The Goddess Speaks: Myth & Meditations contains a 112-page illustrated book of goddess stories and a set of 25 meditation cards. Of all the known goddesses, author Dee Poth chose 25 that represent geographic diversity of goddess images, each one offering an aspect of feminine culture that is as valid today as it was in ancient times. Research was conducted at archeological sites, museums, and from books. The goddess representations are as close as possible to their ancient depictions. Created for women who wish to directly experience the feminine spiritual presence, energy, and unity.

The Myth Of Freedom And The Way Of Meditation Edited By John Baker And Marvin Casper

Author: Trungpa Tulku Chogyam Trungpa
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Yoga Journal

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For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.

Destressifying

Author: Davidji
Editor: Hay House Incorporated
ISBN: 1401948006
File Size: 15,16 MB
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It's pernicious . . . it's diabolical . . . it creeps into every moment of our lives. It influences our relationships, impacts our physical body, works its way into our conversations, sparks non-nourishing behaviours, and forces us to do things we'd never want to do. It's infectious; it's relentless . . .It's stress! We all know it. We all experience it. It's the human condition - but through this book, you will learn to transcend it. Drawing on decades of experience working with individuals in extreme, high-pressure situations - including business leaders, world-class athletes, members of the military, Special Forces, and those in crisis - davidji will show you how to handle any type of stress that life throws at you. Just as he demystified the practice of meditation in his award-winning book Secrets of Meditation, here he will teach you proactive tools to breathe more easily, master your emotions, communicate more effectively, cultivate more nourishing relationships, and perform at a higher level. With his trademark easy-to-understand and entertaining writing style, davidji will transform your understanding of stress using time-tested techniques; cutting-edge science; real-world, practical applications; and in-the-moment stress busters. How you respond to the world around you determines the fabric of your life - and one read of destressifyingwill enhance your performance at work, at home, and in the face of daily surprises. This book will allow you to determine the speed at which life comes at you and guide you to deeper fulfillment, greater empowerment, and true peace of mind. This is a very high-powered book. Stressful thinking is wreaking havoc on the lives of so many in out fast-paced world. Davidji offers a comprehensive course written in a language that you can grasp and apply immediately, all within the covers of one book. I loved it and am recommitted to in-the-moment destressifying.' Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, #1 New York Times best-selling author of I Can See Clearly Now

Meditation Without Myth

Author: Daniel A. Helminiak
Editor: Crossroad 8 Avenue
ISBN: 9780824523084
File Size: 65,40 MB
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If you want to learn to meditate, but can't get past the prayers and confusing theology you were raised with, this is the book for you. Helminiak, a theologian and psychologist, gives us easy guidelines for meditation practice.

The Mythology Of The Aryan Nations

Author: George William Cox
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The Mythology Of The Arian Nations By George W Cox

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The Mythology Of The Aryan Nations In Two Volumes By George W Cox

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The Vedas

Author: Jeanine Miller
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The Mythology Of Brahm

Author: Larry Bailey
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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The Healing Mind

Author: Eileen F. Oster
Editor: Prima Lifestyles
ISBN: 9780761504887
File Size: 80,72 MB
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Body. Mind. Spirit. These three components of our being work in many ways beyond our comprehension. We do know that they must work in harmony in order to lead a healthy life. The Healing Mind demonstrates how meditation, prayer, and reflection can unite these elements to unlock our inner power. In her insightful new book, Eileen Oster takes readers on an extraordinary journey to body/mind self-healing, recovery, and spiritual exploration. She explains how to reach out to a greater power for inspiration, guidance, wisdom, and the vital healing energy of life. Oster teaches the importance of spiritual development, as well as how to pray, meditate, and examine oneself in order to reach our brilliant, joyous souls. Her gentle and supportive approach guides readers through their spiritual work to aid in their physical healing and spiritual discovery. Inspirational stories about people who have benefitted by summoning a higher power demonstrate the amazing things that can happen when the body and mind are in balance.About the Author Eileen F. Oster is a licensed occupational therapist. In addition, she has a private practice in energy healing. She lives in New York.

A Meditation On Conscience

Author: Gananath Obeyesekere
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The Never Ending Meditation

Author: Joseph N. Riddel
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Celestial Goddesses

Author: Lisa Hunt
Editor: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 9780738701189
File Size: 52,76 MB
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Provides stories and images of goddesses and includes meditations for each one.

Tribute

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Meditation Without Gurus

Author: Clark Strand
Editor: SkyLight Paths Publishing
ISBN: 1893361934
File Size: 22,78 MB
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Begin to meditate--or renew your practice--with this straightforward guide that is free from pretension and complication. Is there a way you can learn to slow down and experience yourself more fully, your life more deeply, and other people in the present moment without adopting a new religious or philosophical ideology? Clark Strand answers with a clear and simple "yes!" Short, compelling reflections show you how to make meditation a part of your daily life, without the complication of gurus, mantras, retreats, or treks to distant monasteries. What is the proper way to breathe? Where should I meditate? What should I sit on? How often should I practice? You'll find the answers surprising as Strand breaks down modern-day stereotypes about meditation and leaves the one thing a successful meditation practice truly needs: you.

The Myth Of Osteoporosis

Author: Gill Sanson
Editor: McD Century Publications
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File Size: 29,12 MB
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A well-researched, evidenced-based work that provides insight into the myths that motivate both patient and physician into a lifetime of unnecessary testing and drug therapy. Invaluable knowledge for creating and maintaining bone health.