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The Book Of Knowing

Author : Gwendoline Smith
ISBN : 9781760870546
Genre : Self-Help
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'This book has given our daughter life's most essential skill: the ability to notice and manage her thoughts. This skill has fundamentally changed her present and her future. We will be forever grateful.' Scarlett's mum Written in an accessible and humorous style, this book teaches you to know what's going on in your mind and how to get your feelings under control. It'll help you adapt and feel better about your place in the world. Psychologist Gwendoline Smith uses her broad scientific knowledge and experience to explain in clear and simple language what's happening when you are feeling overwhelmed, anxious and confused.

The Book Of Knowing And Worth

Author : Paul Selig
ISBN : 9781101633731
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The third in Paul Selig’s popular “I Am the Word” channeled literature series, this extraordinary psychological-spiritual guide addresses how to overcome low self-worth and claim our true purpose as individuals. Winner of the 2014 Nautilus Award represents “Better Books for a Better World”—the Silver Award in the category of Religion /Spirituality: Other Traditions. In his third channeled text, Paul Selig—acclaimed author of I Am the Word and The Book of Love and Creation—brings us his most practical message yet. Informing us that “you decide what you are worth,” Selig’s spiritual guides take readers through a program to understand our own inherent worth, and beat the fears that drain our inborn spiritual knowing.. Selig reveals that true understanding of our life’s purpose can be found through “service”—the practice of the thing that you most love. Readers can discover their own form of service through this powerful mantra: “I know who I am, I know what I am, I know how I serve.”

The Book Of Knowing The Manifestations Of Ra Again

Author : Kamau Sesh Ra Ur Atem
ISBN : 1430318368
Genre : Self-Help
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"The Book of Knowing the Manifestations of Ra Again is an introduction to one of the world's greatest spiritual processes, AmenRa enlightenment and its accompanying spiritual energy management system, A Ra (pronounced Aw Ra). From out of ancient Kamit, A Ra, meaning to become one with life! health! strength!, became the basis for so many of the body and spirit management systems the world has known."--Back cover.

The Book Of Not Knowing

Author : Peter Ralston
ISBN : 9781556438578
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A martial artist and author of Zen Body-Being explains how to master self-awareness through the practice of becoming comfortable with not knowing and breaking free from old habits, cherished presumptions, and a stubbornly solid sense of self. Original.

Knowing How

Author : John Bengson
ISBN : 9780195389364
Genre : Philosophy
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This volume contains fifteen state of the art essays by leading figures in philosophy and linguistics that amplify and sharpen the debate between 'intellectualists' and 'anti-intellectualists' about mind and action, highlighting the conceptual, empirical, and linguistic issues that motivate and sustain the conflict.

Knowing Not Knowing And Jouissance

Author : Raul Moncayo
ISBN : 9783319940038
Genre : Psychology
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This book explores the practice and transmission of Lacanian and Freudian theory. It discusses the pure versus applied analysis of Lacanian and Freudian theory in practice; and the hierarchical versus circular transmissions within psychoanalytic organizations. Underpinned by extensive practical knowledge of the clinic, this work examines the differences between Freud and Lacan in their understanding of the subject and the unconscious and pushes them in new directions. The book also offers an analysis and commentary of several key Lacanian texts including an accessible study of the notoriously challenging text L'etourdit. Offering both divergent and reinforcing takes on Lacan, the author explores the traits that separate out the psychoanalyst from other twentieth-century thinkers and theorists. This book offers a clear clinical picture of where Lacanian psychoanalysis is today, both in the US and internationally.

Knowing Knowledge

Author : George Siemens
ISBN : 9781430302308
Genre : Education
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Why does so much of our society look as it did in the past? Our schools,our government, our religious organizations, our media - while more complex, have maintained their general structure and shape. Classroomstructure today, with the exception of a computer or an LCD projector, looks remarkably unchanged: teacher at the front, students i n rows. Our business processes are still built on theories and viewpoints that existed over a century ago (with periodic amendments from thinkers like Drucker 2). In essence, we have transferred (not transformed) our physical identity to online spaces and structures.

Steps To Knowledge The Book Of Inner Knowing

Author : Marshall Vian Summers
ISBN : 9781884238673
Genre : Religion
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Steps to Knowledge: The Book of Inner Knowing Steps to Knowledge is the Book of Inner Knowing. Its one-year study plan, which is divided into 365 “steps,” or lessons, is designed to enable students to learn to experience and to apply their Self-Knowledge, or Spiritual Power, in the world. Steps to Knowledge sets out to accomplish this task in a step-by-step manner as students are introduced to the essential ideas and practices which make such an undertaking possible. Practicing every day provides a solid foundation of experience and develops the thinking, perception and self-motivation necessary for both worldly success and spiritual advancement. Steps to Knowledge describes Knowledge in the following way: “Knowledge represents your True Self, your True Mind and your True Relationships in the universe. It also possesses your greater calling in the world and a perfect utilization of your nature, all of your inherent abilities and skills, even your limitations, all to be given for good in the world.” (Step 2) Knowledge is the deeper spiritual mind that the Creator has given to each person. It is the source of all meaningful action, contribution and relationships. It is our natural Inner Guidance system. Its reality is mysterious, but its Presence can be directly experienced. Knowledge is remarkably wise and effective in guiding each person in finding his or her right relationships, work and contribution. It is equally effective in preparing one to recognize the many pitfalls and deceptions that exist along the way. It is the basis for seeing, knowing, and acting with certainty and strength. It is the foundation of life. Steps to Knowledge has been provided as a Way for individuals who feel that a spiritual calling and purpose are emerging in their lives, but who need a new approach to fully comprehend what this means. Often these individuals have felt this pull for a long time. Steps provides a foundation upon which they can begin to respond to this calling. The only entrance requirement is the determination to know one’s purpose, meaning and direction.

On Knowing The Social Sciences

Author : Richard P. McKeon
ISBN : 9780226340210
Genre : Philosophy
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With the philosophic school of American Pragmatism once more on the ascendance, in Europe as well as North America and elsewhere, Richard McKeon s time has arrived. A student of John Dewey, and a master of textual exegesis without parallel in any field, McKeon brought to focus the pluralism of methods that, whether formally engaged in rarefied academic debate or deployed in political controversy and everyday life, serve to connect ideas with action. In binging philosophy down from the skies (following Socrates and Cicero), McKeon was an anti-dogmatist who showed the many routes that lead to truths that find multiple expressions. He did this systematically, and the best place to begin is here, with his three-course introduction to philosophy, offered to undergraduates in the 1960s. One volume is published (On KnowingThe Natural Sciences). This, the second volume (on social science), leaves behind natural science themes from physics of motion, space, time, and causality to embrace freedom, power, and history, which lay out the whole field of human action. The texts McKeon and the class considerHobbes, Machiavelli, Spinoza, Kant, and J.S. Millshow brilliantly how philosophic methods work in action, via analysis of texts that do not merely reduce or deconstruct meaning, but enhance those texts by reconnecting them to the active history of philosophy and to the problems we face in ethics, politics, and history. The waves of modernism and post-modernism (and the tyranny of French theory) are receding. Philosophic pluralism is now available, fully formulated, in McKeon s work, spreading from the humanities to the social sciences and science studies."

Knowing Books And Men Knowing Computers Too

Author : Jesse Hauk Shera
ISBN : UCAL:B4234973
Genre : Library science
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