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"In their jointly written book, Larry Warren and Peter Robbins have given us a truly disturbing account of the freedom with which UFOs and their crews can operate--and what may be even worse, the apparent helplessness and deceit of those to whom we look to protect us." ---from the Foreword by Budd Hopkins, author of Missing Time
'Spiritual Places In and Around New York City'- Len Belzer, Emily Squires--- 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.
'The Power of Yin'- Hazel Henderson--- The Power of Yin is more than a brilliant conversation. It is an invitation to women and men everywhere to express their own genius and empower their highest values and goals, to seek out others who attract them in this quest for personal development, to form ever deeper friendships, and to join together in spirit and in action to help evolve the human community on planet Earth.
Originally published in 1974, this landmark anthology of nearly thirty chapters on every area of psychic research is finally available again. Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 astronaut and moonwalker, as well as a distinguished researcher of the study of human consciousness, brought together eminent scientists to write about issues once considered too controversial to discuss.
"This is a life story everyone will enjoy... You should read this book and at the end ask yourself this question: 'In my career have I been as privileged as Bill Morrill to be involved in so many important issues and decisions that helped shape the direction of our society?' You may alter your opinion of public servants." ---Paul H. O'Neill, former Secretary of the Treasury and former Chairman and CEO of Alcoa
"A timely and highly original approach to climate change... moving from a rigorous analysis of the latest scientific findings to the political, social, cultural, and spiritual lessons we humans need to learn... In the depth and breadth of understanding of humanity's real options for the future, Earth Fever breaks important new ground for us all." ---from the Forward, by Hazel Henderson, author of Ethical Markets
'Understanding Dreams'- Markku Siivola--- Understanding Dreams is an enlightening, accessible text that helps the lay person examine and understand his or her dreams without any formal training or psychological experience. Inspired by dream research pioneer Montague Ullman's dream group approach, this book breaks down the steps of this process for readers to fully understand dreams and apply their meanings to daily life.
IN THESE REMARKABLE AND DIVERSE ESSAYS, you will share an umbrella with a monk, root for a prisoner serving a life sentence for murder, cheer on the efforts of an elderly woman struggling to learn to read and write, scrub down a bathroom for "colored" in the 1950s segregated South, and play a memory/listening game with the elderly. And much more. These vignettes represent the best of The Power of Purpose, a worldwide essay competition sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation.
'The Joy of Ritual'- Barbara Biziou--- Rituals can enhance daily routines, enrich milestones, and guide us through difficult transitions. Whether you're releasing fear, bringing deeper meaning to a family or community gathering, or celebrating an important event, THE JOY OF RITUAL is like a wise best friend that reconnects us to our hearts and souls.
'The Self-Inquiry Process'- Linda Brierty--- This is not a theoretical, information-oriented book; instead, it is experiential in nature. The reader will embark on a process of introspection to increase self-awareness, and bring unconscious material into consciousness. It introduces a unique framework with which to understand yourself, and goes on to ask direct questions: some quite challenging, some provocative, others simple and to the point.
"A wonderful and concise handbook of how modern economic theory has dealt a body blow to the prospect of a humane world. Juriaan Kamp shows the vectors of change that can lead us away from being economic ciphers to a system that enlivens and redefines what it means to be a human being." ---Paul Hawken, Environmentalist, Entrepreneur and author of The Ecology Commerce