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Religions from around the world--Buddhism, Hinduism, Catholicism, Islam, and many more, including the Pagan earth religions--use prayer beads as useful guides to remembering prayers and principles. Pagan Prayer Beads by John Michael Greer and Clare Vaughn is a unique and practical introduction to the design, creation, and use of Pagan rosaries, teaching the reader to design and make personal prayer beads for use in myriad spiritual practices. Co-written by a beading expert (Clare Vaughn) and one of the leading lights in modern Paganism (John Michael Greer), this book will garner an eager audience--from beginners to elders--looking for new inspiration in their personal spiritual practice. Beautifully written, instructive, and straightforward, Pagan Prayer Beads is user-friendly and easy to understand. Lovely black-and-white photographs accompany the text to further illustrate the art and craft of Pagan prayer beads. The how-to sections were "tested" by novices to both crafting and "the craft," who found the directions clear and easy to follow. Throughout the book, Greer and Vaughn have included fascinating history and lore as well as crystal properties, Pagan symbology, and deeply meaningful prayers and rituals to use with the rosaries. * 30 lovely black-and-white photos accompany the beading instructions.
The practice of the rosary in various faiths is thoroughly covered in this stunning book and its accompanying DVD. For background, the commentary explains that the word "bead" has an interfaith origin: it comes from both the Sanskrit "Buddh," which refers to self-realization (the Buddha is the "Enlightened One"); and it also derives from the Saxon verb "bidden," meaning to pray. The rosaries pictured are made from such materials as rose petals, chunks of Tibetan amber, exquisitely carved Italian coral, and silken Turkish tassels. One simple mantra or prayer for each faith is also presented, as is a prize-winning DVD that takes the viewer into various world cultures where the recitation and method can be heard and seen.
A detailed and readable study of the rosary in its various forms has long been needed. Miller's book fills a real need for the many who wish to take their devotion and prayer lives to new depths, to understand the perennial importance of Christian meditation, and to understand more fully the tradition to which they belong.
Vajra Wisdom presents the commentaries of two great nineteenth-century Nyingma masters that guide practitioners engaged in development stage practice through a series of straightforward instructions. The rarity of this kind of material in English makes it indispensable for practitioners and scholars alike. The goal of development stage meditation in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition is to directly realize the inseparability of phenomena and emptiness. Preceded by initiation and oral instructions, the practitioner arrives at this view through the profound methods of deity visualization, mantra recitation, and meditative absorption.
When she is offered the opportunity to exhibit her artwork in a prestigious gallery in London, Natalie Sanders can't believe her luck. As she prepares for her trip, she is unaware that her movements are being followed by a mysterious man, intent on finding Natalie's connection to an ancient rosary with a mystical past. When events around her start to spin out of control, with lives in mortal danger, Natalie is thrown on an emotional roller coaster. It is only when she finally arrives in London, and she encounters Melody Bennet, a woman whose life seemingly parallels her own, that Natalie begins to understand a greater plan is unfolding. As danger escalates, Natalie and Melody must come together to fight unknown forces unraveling against them, and fulfill their tasks as keepers of the sacred prophecy. "The Rosaries is even more riveting than The Book of Obeah - A masterful work of art." Tracy White, Forensic Technician "A Thrilling ride into the realm of Voodoo." Stephanie Rose Bird, Hoodoo practitioner and author of "Sticks, Stones, Roots and Bones"