Living Shamanism

Author: Julie Dollman
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1780997302
Size: 25.12 MB
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De-mystify modern shamanism as we undertake an alchemical healing and transformational journey of sacred self-discovery. Julie Dollman shares her own experiences as she embarks on a difficult, challenging and wondrous journey into the world of shamanism, emerging with some amazing and simple tools, a sense of belonging and most importantly, a wondrous connection to the natural world that we all live in. Living Shamanism will appeal to those who are looking for an alternate way to tackle day-to-day issues they are experiencing and to those that are seriously considering a lifestyle change.

Death Dreams

Author: Kenneth Kramer
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809133499
Size: 21.94 MB
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A study of what happens when people dream of death in many different eras and cultures and what these dreams say to us about life.

Astrotheology And Shamanism

Author: Jan Irvin
ISBN: 9781585091072
Size: 47.22 MB
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Introduction by Jordan Maxwell. This well-researched work returns us to the earliest known forms of religion and nature worship to show how our modern religions formed and where they came from. Also brings us into modern times, reviving and supporting the important work of John Marco Allegro, author of The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross. Reveals how natural entheogens, including the Amanita muscaria mushroom, were used by those seeking higher consciousness and an authentic religious experience. A must read for researchers investigating the origins of religion and the symbology used by modern religions of today. Includes extensive bibliography, 185 illustrations and over 500 footnotes.

Elemental Shaman

Author: Omar W. Rosales
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738715018
Size: 50.39 MB
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Presents the fascinating true story of one man's journey into the mysteries of spiritual consciousness and indigenous healing. In his travels around the globe, Omar W. Rosales witnesses powerful channeled spirits, receives messages and healing from a Toltec shaman, and experiences a dramatic soul retrieval from a Cherokee spirit walker. Rosales travels to Guatemala and Bhutan to visit a holy lama. Along the way, Rosales encounters danger, sacred rites, secret rituals, and guidance from a mysterious dream woman.

The Road To Eleusis

Author: R. Gordon Wasson
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781556437526
Size: 74.48 MB
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"At once profound, spiritual, and witty, Master of the Three Ways is a remarkable work about human nature, the essence of life, and how to live simply and with awareness. In three hundred and fifty-seven verses, the author, Hung Ying-ming a seventeenth-century Chinese sage explores good and evil, honesty and deception, wisdom and foolishness, and heaven and hell. He draws from the wisdom of the Three Creeds Taoism, Confucianism, and Zen Buddhism to impress upon us that by combining simple elegance with the ordinary, we can make our lives artistic and poetic. This sense, along with a particular understanding of Zen that makes art from the simple in everyday life, has permeated Chinese and Japanese culture to this day. The work is divided into two books. The first generally deals with the art of living in society and the second is concerned with man's solitude and contemplations of nature. These themes repeatedly spill over into each other, creating multiple levels of meaning."

Astrotheology Shamanism

Author: J. R. Irvin
Publisher: Booksurge Llc
ISBN: 9781439222430
Size: 65.68 MB
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Second, Color Edition

The World Bank Unveiled

Author: David Ian Shaman
Publisher: Parkhurst Brothers Incorporated Pub
ISBN: 9781935166030
Size: 37.51 MB
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Nobel Prize winning economist and former World Bank Chief Economist, Joseph Stiglitz, has repeatedly discussed the importance of transparency in policymaking at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. He believes a lack of transparency in the two institutions has lead to bad decisions. Bad decisions at IMF and the World Bank mean real pain for the world's poor. There is a perception that "the suits" close the World Bank's doors to deliberate the fate of earth's poorest populations and only when the doors are unlocked do people living in poverty learn what has been decided about their future. Meanwhile donations are down. The bank's critical International Development Association's funding has dropped dramatically. Managers are discouraged by studies examining the World Bank's effectiveness. How, they wonder, could such large beneficences have so little impact on poor populations? Events of the past two years have only increased the stakes. First, rising fuel prices caused a worldwide rise in the price of basic foods. Then the deepest economic downturn since the Great Depression sapped donor nation's coffers. By the end of the Bush administration in 2009, giving by the USA lagged more than any other wealthy nation. In 1999, two Bank researchers understood the situation was already on a precipice. World Bank loans had ceased to make significant impact on poverty in many client nations. Certain governments and multi-national corporations were destroying environments and desecrating indigenous cultures, all to achieve short-term gains for a fortunate few. Demonstrable successes were few, and every World Bank conference became a melee of demonstrators and police. The two researchers asked themselves whether it was possible to open up the institution by increased transparency, improve its accountability, and mute criticism. They decided to launch an internet-based broadcast to disseminate unedited videos of internal discussions and debates. The bank's culture and bureaucracy, hardened over a half-century, presented them with a formidable foe. Some powerful officials feared the transparency initiative; others withheld public support while standing on the sidelines. The World Bank Unveiled documents this epic struggle. It is the story of a revolution to transform the World Bank and a case study of the power of the Bank to transform people's lives.

Loser On Earth Winner In Heaven

Author: Gabriel Magma
Publisher: Findhorn Press (US)
ISBN: 9781844096954
Size: 27.12 MB
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Matthew gets to Heaven believing his life was a complete loser: failed musician career in spite of a very promising start, failed marriage, no relationship with his child, ruined parents - he just made a complete mess of everything and barely survives as a musician in the London tube where he eventually gets murdered at the age of 27. He meets his guardian angel and his soul, and both of them share with him an extremely positive perspective on all of his slip-ups, so much so that he can see the divine perfection that his life has been. Matthew insists keeps asking more and more questions. Just like us all, he is clueless as to the purpose of incarnating on a planet where we do not know who we are and what we came to do. In the end, his courage and persistence are rewarded with the final answers he longed for--indeed, the answers we all long for. This novel is highly entertaining and very accessible, yet it helps us understand the subtle reasons behind our incarnation on this planet. Getting to see our lives through the point of view of our soul and our guardian angel helps us realize the hidden purpose of many of our thoughts and deeds. Our interpretation of our lives changes drastically when we include some key elements such as the subtle energies of orbs and egregores, the pre-birth agreements we made and the perspective of our souls on matter, conscience and evolution. The abstract and difficult spiritual notions are accessible through a captivating plot, built around mystery, surprise and suspense.

The Highest Altar

Author: Patrick Tierney
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Size: 78.54 MB
Format: PDF
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The Highest Altar

Author: Patrick Tierney
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Size: 62.80 MB
Format: PDF
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