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The Spirit Of Findhorn

Author : Eileen Caddy
ISBN : 0905249976
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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For over forty years the Findhorn Community has been a centre of demonstration and education for the spiritual realities that underlie the world of form. In particular Eileen Caddy, through her own spiritual path, has been instrumental in turning people within to seek their own divine essence and inner direction. The first part of this book provides glimpses into Eileen’s life and a taste of the dramatic spiritual lessons she underwent. The second part presents some of the guidance she received from the ‘God within’ during the early years of the community. When Eileen’s words are read quietly and receptively and, above all, when they are put to the only real test - that of action and practice - you discover to your surprise and perhaps exasperation that you are being invited to begin a new way of living. It is a way of life that not only challenges the materialism and selfishness of the world, but invigorates you with a new zest, as well as a deeper sense of purpose. Eileen Caddy was recognised as one of the major spiritual leaders of our time on the TV programme “The God List”.

Conversations In The Spirit

Author : Lex Hixon
ISBN : 9781939681546
Genre : Religion
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Armed with a generous heart, subtle mind, and a PhD in comparative religion from Columbia, Lex Hixon, as host for WBAI's In the Spirit, was able to interview and skillfully probe the leading spiritual lights of the seventies and beyond. Twenty-five of those interviews, finely edited, appear here for the first time in print. Includes short bios and photos. Interviewees include Ram Dass, Alan Watts, Daniel Berrigan, Swami Muktananda, Kalu Rinpoche, and Stephen Gaskin. Lex Hixon was an accomplished spiritual practitioner, scholar, and author who explored the great religious traditions extensively. He published nine books and spent seventeen years hosting the radio program In the Spirit.

The Spirit Book

Author : Raymond Buckland
ISBN : 9781578592890
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This reference explores Qabbalah, Sibyls, Fairies, Poltergeists; phenomena such as intuition and karma; objects useful in the attempt to cross the divide, including tarot cards, flower reading, and runes; and related practices such as Shamanism, transfiguration, meditation, and mesmerism. It covers the history of Spiritualism as well as offshoots such as Kardecism, channeling, fraud, psychic research, and possession; and also reports on investigations of contemporary manifestations.

The Findhorn Community

Author : Carol Riddell
ISBN : 9780905249773
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Previous books about the Findhorn Community have concentrated on the dramatic story of its founding and early development. But Findhorn continues to be an important part of a world-wide movement for personal and social transformation.

God Spoke To Me

Author : Eileen Caddy
ISBN : 9781844097685
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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God’s still small voice “There is great joy in doing something on the spur of the moment. When you do this, you find true freedom of the Spirit. You will find a new joy and freedom, which I long for all My children to have. “Life is so simple. Keep it so. Let nothing weigh you down or depress you. All is very well. Live fully in the now. “Take no thought for the morrow. Enjoy to the full what is happening now. Keep your consciousness raised, your mind stayed on Me. See My perfection working in you and through you, all your needs have been met, for all I have is yours. “Let the words and the thoughts you have heard so many times become a part of your whole being, so that they are vibrating words which manifest in form and become reality.” The messages in this book ask us to have total faith in the process of living -- to trust God, the universe, spirit, love, or whatever we choose to call the divine source. They affirm that there is an inherent wisdom and intelligence in everything, which can be contacted by turning within. Each one of us can do this and find God’s still small voice for ourselves. Eileen Caddy (1917-2006) is known worldwide as one of the three founders of the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland. The books that have flowed from her inspiration have drawn multitudes to the Findhorn community. In her own person, Eileen Caddy, divinely ordinary as she described herself, has pushed the limits of the ordinary person’s experience to the very borders of the kingdom of God.

Chakras Beyond Beginners

Author : David Pond
ISBN : 9780738750873
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Discover the path to your energetic core and bring each chakra into its full potential with Chakras Beyond Beginners. Building on concepts presented in Chakras for Beginners, David Pond takes you past basic understanding to explore the many ways chakras can enhance the flow of vital energy in all aspects of your life. Learn how to identify and remove the obstacles that inhibit your energy, as well as how to keep that flow open. Raise your awareness of other people's energy fields and use it to improve your relationships. Find fulfillment, security, and happiness by balancing your chakras. With this guide, you'll unlock your true essence and the source of your well-being. Praise: "[Chakras Beyond Beginners] catapults the serious student into a completely transformed self, awakening to a new reality. This broad-ranging powerhouse is the premier treatment of the subject and beyond!" —Diana Stone, author of Playing the Ascension Game "An insightful and uplifting gift—a true gem. David takes us on an enlightening tour of each chakra, explaining the energetic essence of who we are and making clear that when we control our energy, we control our destiny."mdash;Alex Holland, MAc, LAc, author of Voices of Qi "Anchored at the center of converging illumination, inspiration, and compassion, gifted teacher David Pond opens the way for a spiritually mature journey, embracing the depths and riches of the eternal path through the chakras."—Linda Howe, author of How to Read the Akashic Records "[Chakras Beyond Beginners is] a seminar preserved in book form so that we can refer back to it when stress gets our chakras get out of alignment."—Donna Cunningham, author of Counseling Principles for Astrologers "David's knowledge of the chakras is what Rumi is to sacred poetry and Eckhart Tolle is to the present moment."—Cheryl Thomas, owner and operator of Chapter One Bookstore in Ketchum, Idaho "David takes the reader on a journey, teaching new skills to deepen our relationship with our highly creative and magnetizing true selves."—Marie Manuchehri, author of Intuitive Self Healing "Without question, [Chakras Beyond Beginners] will be the 'go to' book for many years to come. David Pond has indeed penned both a valuable resource and a treasure."—Andria Friesen, author of Speak for the Trees

Embracing The Spirit Of Nature

Author : Linda Shaylor Cooper
ISBN : 9781452547848
Genre : Gardening
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Nature, spirits, and fairies have become increasingly common topics. Embracing the Spirit of Nature will invite you into a world of magic few have experienced by sharing actual raw photography of fairies, gnomes, and more. Embracing the Spirit of Nature will alter how people experience nature and how they directly impact the life of all of natures elements. This experience is similar to that of Masaru Emotos work, demonstrating the life force that is present in every drop of water. His book shows how words of love and compassion cause drops of water to form clear crystal shapes. My book will draw attention to nature spirits that have likely never been seen before, yet which surround and support us in our daily life. The primary audience includes the spiritual community, people who currently interact with the fairy realm, people who love fantasy and the realms of magic, those who are interested in gardening, those who love nature, and children of all ages. This book offers a unique opportunity to view actual raw photography of nature spirits including dialogs with the nature spirits; it also offers ways to communicate and receive guidance from the Nature Spirits. I have had the great pleasure of not only experiencing the fairies but have been blessed with the opportunity to view them through my photography.

A Few Thoughts About The Course

Author : Robert Brink
ISBN : 9781598588859
Genre : Religion
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A Few Thoughts About the Course examines several key concepts from A Course in Miracles which show that our perspective on the world around us is mistaken. These key concepts are: the reversal of cause and effect; the belief that ideas can leave their source; and level confusion-which also entails a belief that the mind is dependent on the body. According to A Course in Miracles, our perceptions resulting from the above phenomena show us a false picture. What leads to our acceptance of the misperceptions resulting from these three false concepts is perception of a state of separation (being separated from each other and separated from God). A Few Thoughts About the Course examines the keys to understanding how the false perspective of the perception of separation can be undone so we can return to a remembrance of our oneness with God and with all of God's creation. Robert Brink has avidly practiced and studied the content of A Course in Miracles since December of 1991. His lifelong dedication to Jesus' request in the gospels to "seek first the kingdom of God" is based on an understanding that "seek first" means it must be the highest priority in life. His unique perspective in this regard provides valuable insight into the spiritual nature of A Course in Miracles, which is also enhanced and enriched through the content of several other divinely inspired works: God Calling, God at Eventide, The Spirit of Findhorn, Opening Doors Within, The Living Word, and The Living Silence. The striking parallels shown between similar passages from these books and A Course in Miracles help illustrate the divine/spiritual nature of A Course in Miracles and also bear witness to the author's own close personal relationship with Jesus.

Fool S Gold?

Author : Lucy Sargisson
ISBN : 9781403992420
Genre : Philosophy
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What's wrong with the world today and how might it become better (or worse)? These are the questions pursued in this book, which explores the hopes and fears, dreams and nightmares of the 21st century. Through architecture, fiction, theory, film and experiments with everyday life, Sargisson explores contemporary hopes and fears about the future.

Utopias Ecotopias And Green Communities

Author : Liam Leonard
ISBN : 9781780526676
Genre : Self-Help
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The Findhorn Garden Story

Author : The Findhorn Community
ISBN : 9781844099542
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Newly updated to showcase color photographs, this spiritual classic presents the history and philosophy of Scotland’s Findhorn Community. Findhorn was founded more than 40 years ago in far northeast Scotland on windswept and barren sand dunes that happened to sprout a miraculous garden. Plants, flowers, trees, and organic vegetables of enormous sizes began to grow in a small plot around the 30-foot caravan trailer inhabited by three adults and three children living on meager unemployment benefits. Guidance by God and absolute faith in the art of manifestation led the occupants to this unlikely locale to create a magnetic center that would draw people from all over the world. Their discovery of how to contact and cooperate with the nature spirits and devas that made the garden possible sparked a phenomenon that continues today, as Findhorn has grown into a thriving village housing hundreds of people from all over the world and an internationally recognized spiritual-learning center.

New Age Encyclopedia

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ISBN : UOM:49015002844646
Genre : New Age movement
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Summary: a guide to the beliefs, concepts, terms, people, and organizations that make up the New Age movement.

Apprenticed To Spirit

Author : David Spangler
ISBN : 9781101548677
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An absorbing memoir of one man’s path to understanding how we can learn to lead lives of greater blessing and to be sources of blessing and service for the world as a whole. For as long as he can remember, David Spangler has been physically aware of a spiritual world existing alongside this one. In 1965, David Spangler left college to follow an inner spiritual calling and encountered an extraordinary presence, which he named “John.” Over the next quarter-century John would assist David in exploring the “inner worlds” of the spirit, and would tutor him in some of the most basic mysteries of life and the nature of the human spirit. In Apprenticed to Spirit, Spangler recounts how John showed him the way to develop a spiritual intelligence—what Spangler calls “a mind of the soul”—and how to integrate it into everyday life. Spangler learned to think with his soul and embarked on the apprenticeship to understanding the sacredness of our world and of the realms beyond ours—a journey that continues to this day.

Children Of The New Age

Author : Steven Sutcliffe
ISBN : 0415242991
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Children of the New Age, a history of the New Age phenomenon, combines ethnographic research with archival material to give an overview of New Age belief and practice from the 1930s to the present day. It chronicles the development of alternative spirituality from embryonic beginnings to a universal trend: from its inception within the underground enclaves of Rosicrucians, occultists and Alice Bailey's neo-theosophists to its modern-day incursion into mainstream political, musical and artistic culture. But this is also a critical history. New Age culture, says author Steven J. Sutcliffe, is notoriously variegated and hotly contested, exposed to competing strands of revelation and apocalypse. Caught between the hippy explosion and the doomsday scenarios of millennial Christianity and UFO groups, it has been the preserve both of extreme religious individualists and of humanistic countercultures lauding the Edenic perfection of this worldly existence. At stake in its history are controversial questions of value, and of its perceived status as a discrete and unified "movement." This book contains firsthand accounts of the author's adventures in counterculture, including firewalking, spiritual healing workshops and life within a Findhorn communitiy, and archival correspondence and publications from the 1950s and 1960s.

Globalization Of Communes

Author : Yaacov Oved
ISBN : 9781351517263
Genre : History
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After World War II, communes and cooperative communities became internationally oriented in their membership and networking began to develop. Unlike earlier such enterprises, these groups shared an openness to international relationships. This was evident both in the groups' social composition, and in the extension of networks beyond their own country. Such globalization opened up the possibility of comparative analysis, which has become a trend in research since the 1950s. The dynamism and speed with which voluntary communities have spread throughout the world is impressive. In the 1950s there were only a few hundred such societies, but by the end of the last century there were thousands. These have taken a variety of forms. There are religious and secular communes, intentional communities, ecological communities, co-housing projects, various types of Christian communities, communities of Eastern religions, and spiritual communities inspired by New Age thought. Yaacov Oved shows that such societies maintain a community based on cooperation and expand their influence through newspapers, television, and the Internet. Their chief characteristic is their openness to the outside world, and their search for a way to move beyond a world of individualism and competitiveness. To accomplish this, they embrace all the tools of the modern world. Oved observes that those who predicted the failure of communes and intentional communities failed to appreciate the extent to which people in today's society aspire to communal life. This book answers the doubters and does so with a sense of deep historical understanding.

Reading And Writing Scripture In New Religious Movements

Author : E. Gallagher
ISBN : 9781137434838
Genre : Religion
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New religious movements both read the Bible in creative ways and produce their own texts that aspire to scriptural status. From the creation stories in Genesis and the Ten Commandments to the life of Jesus and the apocalypse, they develop their self-understandings through reading and writing scripture.

Utopias And Utopians

Author : R. C. S. Trahair
ISBN : 0313294658
Genre : Political Science
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This reference provides more than 600 alphabetically arranged entries about utopian communities and their founders. The entries draw on a wide range of institutions: from abodes of love to conservation groups; from hippie communes and fantastic entertainments to caravans and residential settlements; from garden cities to children's schools; from business schemes to spiritual encampments; from religious communities to unrealizable schemes. Entries were chosen for their illustrative value and origin and represent utopian thought around the world. Also included are several classical and modern literary utopias, which serve as a guide or justification of utopian ventures. Entries provide bibliographic information, and the volume closes with a selected, general bibliography.

The Essential Guide To Aromatherapy And Vibrational Healing

Author : Margaret Ann Lembo
ISBN : 9780738747781
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Improve your life and enhance your healing practice with The Essential Guide to Aromatherapy and Vibrational Healing, an A-to-Z guide to sixty essential oils and their corresponding vibrational elements. Renowned author Margaret Ann Lembo shows you how to achieve physical, spiritual, and emotional balance using a variety of vibrational tools, including: Flower Essences Gemstone Essences Chakras Divine Messengers Zodiac Signs Planets Colors Numbers Animals Holy Water Discover how different oils can be combined with the power of intention to create and maintain positive change in your life. Learn how aroma-energetic practices support your journey to self-awareness and well-being. Outlining detailed information on all sixty essential oils—from therapeutic properties and fragrances to complementary essences and interesting tidbits—this comprehensive book provides everything you need to heal, transform, and evolve on every level. Praise: "[This] is absolutely the best book I've read on the topic. It's all here—and more."—Cyndi Dale, author of The Complete Book of Chakra Healing "An off-the-charts, must-have resource to have in your home. With such clean style and grace, she reviews the history, the mystical, and all practical applications of essential oils...AMAZING!"—Joan Ranquet, author of Energy Healing for Animals

The Encyclopedia Of Angels

Author : Rosemary Guiley
ISBN : 9781438130026
Genre : Angels
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An encyclopedia describing and giving the history of angels from the time when the earth was created forward, using texts from Hebrew, Arabic, ancient and contemporary works.

The New Age Labyrinth

Author : James Findlay
ISBN : 9781419610394
Genre : Philosophy
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Do you know which path you are on? Do you feel divinely connected and linked to all things? Do you feel at home with your spiritual knowledge? Have you changed your chakras and become karma less

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