Techniques for healing, utilising the seven energy centres of ancient medicine.
the sevenfold journey
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As portals between the physical and spiritual planes, the chakras offer unparalleled opportunities for growth, healing, and transformation. Anodea Judith’s classic introduction to the chakra system, which has sold over 200,000 copies, has been completely updated and expanded. It includes revised chapters on relationships, evolution, and healing, and a new section on raising children with healthy chakras. Wheels of Life takes you on a powerful journey through progressively transcendent levels of consciousness. View this ancient metaphysical system through the light of new metaphors, ranging from quantum physics to child development. Learn how to explore and balance your own chakras using poetic meditations and simple yoga movements—along with gaining spiritual wisdom, you’ll experience better health, more energy, enhanced creativity, and the ability to manifest your dreams. Praise: “Wheels of Life is the most significant and influential book on the chakras ever written.” — John Friend, founder of Anusara Yoga
This book is an anthology of the extraordinary diversity of Sufi ideas and activities in many countries and cultures today. Nothing approaching this kind of survey has ever been assembled. In addition to first-hand accounts of Sufi learning methods, subjects covered include the Sufi meeting place, avoiding imitators, Sufi work enterprises, the idea of organic enterprises, entry into a Sufi group, the Sufi Adept and the projection of mind, extra-sensory perception, what the Sufis do not want us to know, and more.
Finally making these long-awaited, transformational classes available to all, Awakening Spirit combines a deeply empowering, personalized experience with a formal curriculum that is balanced, comprehensive and challenging.
One of the hallmarks of modern society has been a heightened awareness of human bodiliness in all aspects of life?sexual, economic, legal, religious, and so on. Academia has also experienced a heightened awareness of the body. Along with the academy and wider society, Christian theology and pastoral practice have sought to take human bodiliness more prominently into account. However, the ambiguous ?career? the body has had in Christian history and tradition, as well as the serious criticisms leveled by secular society at the Church's teachings and practices concerning the body, has made this a challenging task. Bodies of Worship takes on that challenge. First, it systematically explores the various bodies engaged in the Church?s worship?ecclesial, ritual, personal, and cultural. It examines each in light of how such humanly sanctifying work continues Christ?s mission in the power of the Holy Spirit. The five chapters of Part One are purposefully arranged so they unfold the multivalancy of bodies at worship, thus displaying a certain theological coherence. Then the four chapters in Part Two describe and analyze specific liturgical, physical, and spiritual practices. These chapters offer further insights into the irreducibly bodily nature of the celebration of the Christian life as worship of God. The entire work is introduced by means of a narrative that describes an actual liturgy which took place just a few years ago. A brief conclusion reflects back across the landscape of the chapters to the narrative and symbolic basis for liturgical theology insofar as it is, at origin and end, practical and pastoral. Chapters and authors in Part One are the introduction ?Initial Considerations: Theory and Practice of the Body in Liturgy Today,? by Bruce T. Morrill, S.J.; ?The Many Bodies of Worship: Locating the Spirit?s Work,? by Bruce T. Morrill, S.J.; ?Body and Mystical Body: The Church as Communio,? by Bernard J. Cooke; ?The Liturgical Body: Symbol and Ritual,? by Margaret Mary Kelleher, O.S.U.; ?Spirituality and the Body,? by Colleen M. Griffith; and ?The Cultural Bodies of Worship,? by James L. Empereur, S.J. Chapters and authors in Part Two are ?Christian Marriage: Sacramentality and Ritual Forms,? by Paul Covino; ?Walking the Labyrinth: Recovering a Sacred Tradition,? by Bruce T. Morrill, S.J., with Leo Keegan; ?The Physicality of Worship,? by James L. Empereur, S.J.; ?Liturgical Music: Bodies Proclaiming and Responding to the Word of God,? by Bruce T. Morrill, S.J., with Andrea Goodrich; and the conclusion ?Nonsystematic Reflections on the Practical Character of Liturgy and Theology,? by Bruce T. Morrill, S.J.". . . the book stimulates the discerning liturgist to re-think liturgical practice in the light of emerging theological, sociological and anthropological issues. . . . It should be on readings lists for graduate/postgraduate students of liturgy as well as on the bookshelves of serious liturgists and pastoral ministers." Pacifica"This book will appeal to a wide range of persons within both the Church and academy. It has implications within the Church not only for liturgy and worship, but also for Christian education and spiritual formation. The academy will also benefit from this insightful scholarship that refuses to separate theory from practice."Doxology?. . . an excellent contribution to a much neglected field of liturgical study and to the understanding of an essential aspect of Christian worship. This book is an admirable combination of theological and pastoral reflection.? John F. Baldovin, S.J. Professor of Historical and Liturgical Theology Weston Jesuit School of Theology Cambridge, Massachusetts"One book could hardly make up for the long tradition of the Church that has tended to regard the human body negatively or even not to regard it all. Bodies of Worship is a giant millennium leap in the right direction! Each chapter in its two parts?theoretical and pastoral?opens up a new avenue for rethinking how we use our bodies in worship, how our bodies are truly 'sacramental' or visible sign through which we are led to the mystery and majesty of God. With all my body: THANK YOU." Joyce Ann Zimmerman, C.PP.S. Editor, Liturgical Ministry
This is one of the best resources for understanding the Tarot's mystical symbolism. It includes an updated history based on Place's The Tarot: History Symbolism and Divination, which "Booklist" said " may be the best book ever written on ...the tarot." This edition adds color illustrations of key works and comparative illustrations from the Renaissance, from alchemical texts, from ancient Egypt, and from occult sources. It views the Tarot as a 500-year visual conversation between artists, mystics, and occultists. The work is based on the 2010 Tarot exhibition at the LA Craft and Folk Art Museum, curated by Place, and includes the Visconti-Sforza Tarot, the 1st Italian printed deck, the oldest Tarot of Marseille, The 1st occult reference, the 1st occult Tarot, the 1st modern Tarot, the 1st New Age Tarot, and examples from popular modern decks including the Twilight Tarot, the Legacy Tarot, the Deviant Moon Tarot, the Annotated Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery, and Place's Alchemical Tarot.
This distinctive comparison of Islamic and Christian mysticism focuses on the mystic journey in the two faith traditions.