The Sacred Way

Author: Tony Jones
Editor: Zondervan
ISBN: 9780310863830
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Broaden your spiritual horizons.How has spirituality changed in the last 500, 1,000, or even 2,000 years? How can ancient approaches to faith help my relationship with God today?In The Sacred Way, popular author and speaker Tony Jones mines the rich history of 16 spiritual disciplines that have flourished throughout the ages and offers practical tips for implementing them in your daily life. Find encouragement and challenge through time-tested disciplines such as:•Silence and solitude •The Jesus prayer•Meditation•PilgrimageExplore these proven approaches to deepening your faith. As you do, your way of living your spiritual life will never be the same.

The Sacred Way Of Power

Author: Dewi Viyana Etherea
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1524503967
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We are children of the waters of life... In The Sacred Way of Power I reveal certain knowledge brought with birth obscure or hidden from most. During my life walk I retraced remaining physical threads. Mysteries of pyramids, sacred cosmology, buried history, astral knowledge and artefacts distorted, suppressed or subverted by secret societies. This new knowledge revelation has potential to alter current systemic view of consciousness and history education. The Sacred Way of Power glimpses a civilization lost but distantly remembered in dreaming that may have come from substantive genetic recall and customary succession. It traces concepts of Deva cosmic legacy into human society. This Mother theology survived in remnant strings to form today's Patriarchal scriptures in many religions and also customary beliefs. It is described through the reflective life story of one born into this ancient lineage and progresses personal acceptance of this great hidden truth. The Sacred Way of Power gives first insight into the way of ancient Deva Meru, subsequent chronicles describe the way of arcane Mu Triple Goddess coming to enlightened flowering. As rites of passage the Sacred Songs from Silence chronicles detail awakening into highest consciousness incarnation pre-destined before birth, portended in cosmic heavens. This is an incarnation known in highest spiritual order, in the way emissaries locate an incarnation of Buddhist Dalai Lama. T'Ara Devi Goddess ordination is only known beyond constraints of contemporary systemic society. The reason this distant legacy has remained buried or subverted to mythology is fairly obvious. Patriarchal societies worldwide invested a lot of aggressive energy in wiping out Divine Feminine. Several thousand successive oppressive years were described as "the greatest genocide ever". In other chora the Deva light bridge was withdrawn through the veil of S'ati as the Goddess submerged into the great ice melts during past ages of Leo and Cancer. The Patriarchal bull of Taurus that overran the late Post Great Flood matriarchies ensured closing of our advanced civilization. Cultural remains have been left to interpretation in child minds of generations with no real connection to arcane origins. Goddess artefacts were used and altered to suit political rule. You may find other reasons for suppression of Mu knowledge, insights and greater secrets revealed in the chapters of The Sacred Way of Power and forthcoming series of Sacred Songs from Silence.

The Sacred

Author: Peggy V. Beck
Editor: Dine College Press
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An informative introduction to traditional and contemporary religious concepts of North American Indians, and a standard reference for all U.S. and Canadian universities.

Navajo Religion A Sacred Way Of Life

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Baca Enterprises, Inc. discusses the Navajo religion, including the Blessingway Ceremony, healing ceremonies, and the four sacred mountains. The hogan, the Navajo family dwelling, is the site for all religious ceremonies. The poles of the hogan represent the four sacred mountains.

Learning Sacred Way Of Emperor

Author: Hibino
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136195912
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First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Discover The Other Universe

Author: Marie Theodossius
Editor: Gracewing Publishing
ISBN: 9780852444931
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Native American Religions

Author: Paula Hartz
Editor: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438120532
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Presents the history of the Native American religions, starting from their roots as tribal religions, and then details the detrimental effects of European colonization, the annihilation of the Native Americans that threatened the religions, and their restoration in the 20th 20th century.

Shambhala The Sacred Path Of The Warrior

Author: Chogyam Trungpa
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 9780834821200
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There is a basic human wisdom that can help solve the world’s problems. It doesn’t belong to any one culture or region or religious tradition—though it can be found in many of them throughout history. It’s what Chögyam Trungpa called the sacred path of the warrior. The sacred warrior conquers the world not through violence or aggression, but through gentleness, courage, and self-knowledge. The warrior discovers the basic goodness of human life and radiates that goodness out into the world for the peace and sanity of others. That’s what the Shambhala teachings are all about, and this is the book that has been presenting them to a wide and appreciative audience for more than twenty years.

The Monk Within

Author: Beverly Lanzetta
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ISBN: 9780984061655
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The Monk Within is written for the person seeking a deeper, contemplative orientation to daily life. Yearning for inner realization of divine wisdom, this "new monk" draws on four interlocking themes: embodied spirituality; the mystical path of the feminine; the archetype of the monk; and the interdependence of the world's wisdom traditions.

Didyma

Author: Joseph Eddy Fontenrose
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520058453
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The Sacred Path Beyond Trauma

Author: Ellen B. Macfarland
Editor: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781556437250
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Through the use of mythology, stories, and her personal history, Macfarland shows that healing trauma is indeed possible by using the rich resources available in nature. The book explores major symbols of healing that can provide an impetus for personal transformation.

Walking The Sacred Path

Author: Dan Schutte
Editor: Twenty-Third Publications
ISBN: 9781585957354
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Those familiar with the music of Dan Schutte are in for a great treat here. As in his music, he deals with themes of longing and desire for God, the hungers of the human heart, unfulfilled human hopes and dreams, and the profound happiness of finding ones home in God. The exercises here are loosely based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, and the goal is the same for both: to draw readers into a personal, living, growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

The Sacred Path Of Tears

Author: M.B. Tosi
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449721672
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The Sacred Path of Tears is a journal written by a young Cheyenne Indian woman, nicknamed Mokee, during the Indian Wars in Kansas in the late 1860s. After Mokee and her companion observe the Sand Creek Massacre, they warn the other Indian camps along the Smoky Hill River. They take cover in a barn near Salina, Kansas, where they are discovered by a widow and her two sons. Mokee’s companion leaves to join the fight against the white soldiers but hating war, Mokee, with her lighter coloring, gains a safe haven with the widow’s family. She finds a mentor in the well-educated widow and embraces the opportunity to read and write English. As her life unfolds, Mokee is torn between two worlds at war and the two men she loves, one a white settler and the other her companion, who has become a Cheyenne Dog Soldier. Though war is her constant shadow, Mokee tries to find the purpose for her life and a path of peace in her war-torn world. “M.B. Tosi mixes history and fiction with believable characters and the result is a fascinating, enjoyable, and inspiring story.” - Jim Langford, author of The Spirit of Notre Dame

Religions Of Japan

Author: H. Byron Earhart
Editor: Harper San Francisco
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Traces the history of Japanese religious customs, describes modern religious practices, and explains the Japanese world view

Rome And The Campagna

Author: Robert Burn
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Studies Of Travel Greece

Author: Edward Augustus Freeman
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A History Of Discoveries At Halicarnassus Cnidus Branchid

Author: Charles Thomas Newton
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The Tao

Author: Tolbert McCarroll
Editor:
ISBN: 9780982732946
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The Cornhill Magazine

Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
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A Sacred Path

Author: Jean Chaudhuri
Editor: Amer Indian Studies Center
ISBN:
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"The Chaudhuris' new book, A Sacred Path: The Way of the Muscogee Creeks is an important work that explains and documents the Creeks' persistence as a people despite having been defrauded and dispossessed of their ancient homelands."--Back cover.