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Sacred Mirrors

Author : Alex Grey
ISBN : 9781620552698
Genre : Design
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This unique series of paintings takes the viewer on a graphic, visionary journey through the physical, metaphysical, and spiritual anatomy of the self. From anatomically correct rendering of the body systems, Grey moves to the spiritual/energetic systems with such images as "Universal Mind Lattice," envisioning the sacred and esoteric symbolism of the body and the forces that define its living field of energy. Includes essays on the significance of Grey's work by Ken Wilber, the eminent transpersonal psychologist, and by the noted New York art critic, Carlo McCormick.

A New Way Of Approaching The Absolute Through Art

Author : Julie Gilbert
ISBN : OCLC:841046717
Genre : Art
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Sacred Mirrors

Author : Marianne Tatom
ISBN : OCLC:41901528
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Sacred Mirrors

Author : Alex Grey
ISBN : 3939570249
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Healing With The Arts

Author : Michael Samuels
ISBN : 9781451696837
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Heal yourself and your community with this proven 12-week program that uses the arts to awaken your innate healing abilities. From musicians in hospitals to quilts on the National Mall—art is already healing people all over the world. It is helping veterans recover, improving the quality of life for cancer patients, and bringing communities together to improve their neighborhoods. Now it’s your turn. Through art projects, including visual arts, dance, writing, and music, along with spiritual practices and guided imagery, Healing with the Arts gives you the tools to address what you need to heal in your life—physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. An acclaimed twelve-week program lauded by hospitals and caretakers from around the world, Healing with the Arts gives you the ability to heal your family and your friends, as well as communities where you’ve always wanted to make a difference. Internationally known leaders in the arts in medicine movement, Michael Samuels, MD, and Mary Rockwood Lane, RN, PhD, show you how to use creativity and self-expression to pave the artist’s path to healing.

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Author : Michael Samuels
ISBN : 9781476754550
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Heal yourself and your community with this proven 12-week program that uses the arts to awaken your innate healing abilities. Acclaimed by hospitals and caretakers from around the world, Healing with the Arts brings a tried and true program out of the medical field and into your home and neighborhood. Improve your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health in just 12 weeks. Whether you are ill, suffering from emotional trauma, or looking to unite your community, the arts become the conduit to restore your wellness and thrive in life. Dr. Michael Samuels and Dr. Mary Rockwood Lane created and developed this unique and powerful process to help anyone heal. Through innovative art projects—from the visual arts, movement and dance, writing, and music—along with spiritual practices and guided imagery, readers learn to get in touch with their inner muse and inner healer. Based on years of research and experience in the medical community, Healing with the Arts sets the stage for a more meaningful and healthier existence.

Visionary Plant Consciousness

Author : J. P. Harpignies
ISBN : 9781594777516
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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23 leading experts reveal the ways that psychoactive plants allow nature’s “voice” to speak to humans and what this communication means for our future • Presents the specific “human-plant interconnection” revealed by visionary plants • Explores the relevance of plant-induced visions and shamanic teachings to humanity’s environmental crisis • With contributions from Terence McKenna, Andrew Weil, Wade Davis, Michael Pollan, Alex Grey, Jeremy Narby, Katsi Cook, John Mohawk, Kat Harrison, and others Visionary plants have long served indigenous peoples and their shamans as enhancers of perception, thinking, and healing. These plants can also be important guides to the reality of the natural world and how we can live harmoniously in it. In Visionary Plant Consciousness, editor J. P. Harpignies has gathered presentations from the Bioneers annual conference of environmental and social visionaries that explore how plant consciousness affects the human condition. Twenty-three leading ethnobotanists, anthropologists, medical researchers, and cultural and religious figures such as Terence McKenna, Andrew Weil, Wade Davis, Michael Pollan, Alex Grey, Jeremy Narby, Katsi Cook, John Mohawk, and Kat Harrison, among others, present their understandings of the nature of psychoactive plants and their significant connection to humans. What they reveal is that these plants may help us access the profound intelligence in nature--the “mind of nature”--that we must learn to understand in order to survive our ecologically destructive way of life.

Ofrika S Song The Unedited Thoughts Of A Revolutionary

Author : Ize Ofrika
ISBN : 9780557014804
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Ofrika's Song is a number of short stories and poems written by Ize Ofrika. This actor, artist, and revolutionary has revealed himself once again in manuscript form. You will be captivated by his unique form of verb usage and questioning of reality.The revolution starts here.

Spiritual Places In And Around New York City

Author : Len Belzer
ISBN : 9781605201542
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Even in the most hectic, most busy, most never-sleeping city in the world, comfort for the heart, mind, and soul is only a step away. And here's your quick-and-easy guide to finding it. Spiritual Places In and Around New York City is your roadmap to the myriad spaces and places around the boroughs that soothe the psyche and gladden the spirit. as well as a few extraordinarily peaceful destinations worth venturing over the city line for.From restful gardens to quiet galleries to restaurants that feed both our corporeal and incorporeal bodies, and more, Emily Squires and Len Belzer share those locations-some almost secret, others surprisingly public-that help them maintain their sanity amid the frenetic pace of the city. In brief sketches of these spiritual respites, they reveal the insights they've come to while visiting each, and convey a palpable sense of the wise and serene essence each imparts upon us.Newly updated, with even more calming locales for you to explore and enjoy, this is a must-have for harried New Yorkers and curious visitors alike.EMILY SQUIRES is a television director and writer, with a Writer's Guild Award, a Cine Golden Eagle, and six Emmys for directing Sesame Street. In recent years she has gravitated toward spiritual subjects with an interfaith series for cable television, and documentaries on Hiroshima, the Dalai Lama, and artist/ philosopher Frederick Franck.LEN BELZER is a Columbia University graduate, veteran of the U.S. Air Force Intelligence Service, former journalist, and writer, producer, and host of his own nationally syndicated radioshow, The Comedy Hour. He has been a student of spirituality and consciousness for more than 25 years.

Schamanische Sinnentw Rfe

Author : Mirko Uhlig
ISBN : 9783830985020
Genre : Philosophy
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Immer mehr Menschen wenden sich in prekären Lebenslagen Konzepten jenseits klassischer Therapieangebote zu. Auf welche Weise und mit welchen Zielen werden diese alternativen Sinnentwürfe genutzt? Inwiefern helfen sie, den Alltag neu zu strukturieren? Der Gegenwartsschamanismus, als Kulturtechnik in diesem Sinne verstanden, wird häufig unter Oberbegriffen wie 'New Age' oder auch 'Esoterik' verhandelt - aller-dings selten ohne abwertende Absicht. Dass sich die 'Feldrealität' ambivalenter, gesellschaftskritischer und bisweilen selbstironischer erweist als gemeinhin ange-nommen wird, zeigen die Biographien der in diesem Buch interviewten, begleiteten und portraitierten Menschen. In 21 Fallbeschreibungen werden ganz eigene Welt-sichten und Gewohnheiten formuliert sowie Hoffnungen, aber auch Zweifel zur Sprache gebracht. Letztere richten sich dabei nicht allein gegen gesellschaftliche Schieflagen oder den eigenen Lebensweg, sondern bisweilen auch gegen das Projekt einer empirischen Annäherung selbst. Somit möchte dieser Band auch einen Beitrag zur Diskussion um die Möglichkeiten ethnographischer Praxis leisten. Mirko Uhlig (*1981), Prof. Dr. phil., studierte Volkskunde, Ethnologie sowie Verfassungs-, Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte an der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn und wurde 2015 an der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz im Fach Kulturanthropologie/Volkskunde promoviert. Nach einer dreijährigen Mitarbeitertätigkeit lehrt und forscht er seit April 2016 als Juniorprofessor am Mainzer Institut für Film-, Theater- und empirische Kulturwissenschaft.

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