DER SHIVA CODE
Author: Sujith Ravindran
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
„Ich LIEBE das Buch total, und es ist ein großer Dienst am Menschen und ein Geschenk für die Menschheit!“ – M VANDENEIJNDE, Transformations-Coach. „Ein tiefes und grundlegendes Buch; es hat die Türen zu meinem Inneren geöffnet“! – M TEN KATE, Lebens-Künstler. - Wie kann ich auf mein vollstes Potenzial zugreifen und es leben? - Was ist die tiefste Sehnsucht meines Herzens als Mann? - Was bedeutet es, Meister der Männlichkeit zu sein? Millionen von Männern stellen sich heute diese Fragen. Der Mann aus der post-feministischen Welt ist entweder ein braver, kraftloser Schatten seines wahren Selbst, der sich selbst mit technischen Spielereien umgibt und keinen Sinn im Leben mehr verfolgt, oder er ist ein körperlich voll erwachsener Jugendlicher, der schnell zornig wird und denkt, er stünde über allem anderen. Gibt es einen dritten, wahrhaftigeren, erhabeneren Typ Mann? In einer Zeit, in der Männlichkeit mit pubertärem Verhalten in Verbindung gebracht wird und in der die meisten Männer ihre inneren männlichen und weiblichen Wesenszüge selten in Ausgewogenheit leben ist es an der Zeit, dass die Menschheit an ihre Wurzeln zurückkehrt und die grundlegenden Wahrheiten der Zivilisationen der Vorzeit zu Rate zieht. Dies ist das Anliegen, dem sich der Autor in diesem Buch widmet. Dieses Buch hat seinen Ursprung in den Jahren des Autors, in denen er auf der Suche war, seine verloren gegangene Meisterschaft der Männlichkeit wieder für sich in Anspruch zu nehmen. Viele Jahre des Arbeiten mit Coaching-Beratern, Erforschens des Erfahrungsschatzes spiritueller Schulen und des Studiums mit einer Vielzahl von Lehrern führten ihn zu seinen Wurzeln in Indien zurück. Dort entdeckte er das Leben und die Mythologie rund um Lord Shiva – dem indischen Gott der Zerstörung und Erneuerung – von neuem. Shiva repräsentiert in seinen uranfänglichen, ursprünglichen und körperlichen Formen die höchstmögliche Verkörperung der Männlichkeit. Für Männer, die sich danach sehnen, ihre tiefste Erfüllung zu leben und ihr vollstes Potenzial zum Ausdruck zu bringen, und für Frauen, die ein tieferes Verständnis der Essenz der Meisterschaft der Männlichkeit, die in den Männern in ihrem Leben verborgen liegt, ersehnen, stellt dieses hochintegrierte Ratgeber-Buch die großartigsten männlichen Attribute Shivas vor.
Author: Sujith Ravindran
Publisher: Melrose Book Company
Millions of men today are asking these questions. In a time when masculinity is associated with adolescence, and many men struggle to embody their natural mix of the inner masculine and feminine essences, humanity must go back to its roots to access the sacred truths of the ancient civilizations.
The Being Leader
Author: Sujith Ravindran
Publisher: You-Nity Project Academy
Following the modus operandi of renowned business leaders of the time, Sujith Ravindran grew into various leadership positions within corporations and start-ups across the globe. After a decade and a half of successes, he sunk into a spiritual crisis in his life. That void led him to leave his corporate life in pursuit of self-realization. On a quest to find the qualities that made leaders legendary, there he came across the inner path of the four legendary leaders portrayed in this book; Dr. Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, M. K. Gandhi and Abraham Lincoln. From the lives of these 'Being Leaders' Sujith discovered that it was not a set of skills or capabilities that made leaders legendary, instead it was a certain 'inner state' that made them so. This book examines that 'inner state' and traces the path that got the Being Leaders to that state. The Being Leaders go beyond the 'Doing' to master the realm of true 'Being'. This realm is one of great personal mastery and self-authorship, a very high level of self-awareness and a life expressing their highest ideals each day. This book is for those who long to embody the highest level of leadership in the organizational or societal realm.
Literatur und Lebenskunst
Author: Eva Oppermann
Publisher: kassel university press GmbH
Network Attacks and Defenses
Author: Zouheir Trabelsi, Kadhim Hayawi, Arwa Al Braiki, Sujith Samuel Mathew
Publisher: CRC Press
The attacks on computers and business networks are growing daily, and the need for security professionals who understand how malfeasants perform attacks and compromise networks is a growing requirement to counter the threat. Network security education generally lacks appropriate textbooks with detailed, hands-on exercises that include both offensive and defensive techniques. Using step-by-step processes to build and generate attacks using offensive techniques, Network Attacks and Defenses: A Hands-on Approach enables students to implement appropriate network security solutions within a laboratory environment. Topics covered in the labs include: Content Addressable Memory (CAM) table poisoning attacks on network switches Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache poisoning attacks The detection and prevention of abnormal ARP traffic Network traffic sniffing and the detection of Network Interface Cards (NICs) running in promiscuous mode Internet Protocol-Based Denial-of-Service (IP-based DoS) attacks Reconnaissance traffic Network traffic filtering and inspection Common mechanisms used for router security and device hardening Internet Protocol Security Virtual Private Network (IPsec VPN) security solution protocols, standards, types, and deployments Remote Access IPsec VPN security solution architecture and its design, components, architecture, and implementations These practical exercises go beyond theory to allow students to better anatomize and elaborate offensive and defensive techniques. Educators can use the model scenarios described in this book to design and implement innovative hands-on security exercises. Students who master the techniques in this book will be well armed to counter a broad range of network security threats.
Magnificent and Beggar Land
Author: Ricardo Soares de Oliveira
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Magnificent and Beggar Land is a powerful account of fast-changing dynamics in Angola, an important African state that is a key exporter of oil and diamonds and a growing power on the continent. Based on three years of research and extensive first-hand knowledge of Angola, it documents the rise of a major economy and its insertion in the international system since it emerged in 2002 from one of Africa's longest and deadliest civil wars. The government, backed by a strategic alliance with China and working hand in glove with hundreds of thousands of expatriates, many from the former colonial power, Portugal, has pursued an ambitious agenda of state-led national reconstruction. This has resulted in double-digit growth in Sub-Saharan Africa's third largest economy and a state budget in excess of total western aid to the entire continent. Scarred by a history of slave trading, colonial plunder and war, Angolans now aspire to the building of a decent society. How has the regime, led by President Jos? Eduardo dos Santos since 1979, dealt with these challenges, and can it deliver on popular expectations? Soares de Oliveira's book charts the remarkable course the country has taken in recent years.
Investigates how notions of masculinity and femininity inform ideology, political action, and institutional prejudice
To Dance is Human
Author: Judith Lynne Hanna
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Exploring dance from the rural villages of Africa to the stages of Lincoln Center, Judith Lynne Hanna shows that it is as human to dance as it is to learn, to build, or to fight. Dance is human thought and feeling expressed through the body: it is at once organized physical movement, language, and a system of rules appropriate in different social situations. Hanna offers a theory of dance, drawing on work in anthropology, semiotics, sociology, communications, folklore, political science, religion, and psychology as well as the visual and performing arts. A new preface provides commentary on recent developments in dance research and an updated bibliography.
"Here, Drunvalo Melchizedek presents in text and graphics the first half of the Flower of Life Workshop, illuminating the mysteries of how we came to be, why the world is the way it is and the subtle energies that allow our awareness to blossom into its true beauty." --COVER.
This third edition of Understanding Human Rights has been elaborated by the European Training and Research Center for Human Rights and Democracy (ETC) in Graz, originally for the Human Security Network (HSN) at the initiative of the Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The objective is to assist human rights education efforts worldwide. The book's thematic modules on selected human rights issues cover topics such as: the prohibition of torture, freedom from poverty, human rights of women and children, human rights in armed conflict, freedom of expression, and democracy. New to this updated edition are chapters reflecting current trends in human rights, including new modules on privacy (such as challenges posed by Internet use), minority rights, and the right to asylum. Translations of the earlier editions already exist in 15 languages, among them all the official United Nations languages. Understanding Human Rights has become a basic text for human rights education and training in different countries, on different levels, and for different audiences, from university lectures in China to NGO training in Mali to police training in Kosovo.
Physician, anthropologist, travel writer, novelist, politician, Paolo Mantegazza (1831-1910) was probably the most eclectic figure in late-nineteenth century Italian culture. A prolific writer, Mantegazza can be seen as a forerunner of what has come to be known as cultural studies on account of his interdisciplinary approach, his passionate blend of scientific and literary elements in his writings, and his ability to transcend the boundaries between 'high' and 'low' culture. Though extremely popular during his lifetime both in Italy and abroad, Mantegazza's works have not been made available in a significant English language compilation. This volume is a representative overview of Mantegazza's key works, many of them translated into English for the first time. In addition to the unabridged Physiology of Love (1873), a veritable best-seller at the time of its initial publication, this compilation features selections from Mantegazza's writings on medicine, his travelogues, his epistolary novel One Day in Madeira (1868), and his treatise on materialistic aesthetics. Replete with an extensive and informative introduction by the editor, The Physiology of Love and Other Writings also excerpts Mantegazza's works of science fiction, memoir, and social and cultural criticism. As an anthology of the works of Paolo Mantegazza, a writer of diverse topical orientations, this volume is also an account of the circulation of ideas and cross-fertilization of disciplines that defined a crucial period of Italian and European cultural life.
Der falsche Inder
Author: Abbas Khider
Secondary School Algebra
Author: Sujith Vijay
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
A concise and friendly introduction to topics in arithmetic, algebra and basic probability that are usually covered at high school level. The aim is to take the mystery out of the various rules and formulas that students encounter in their textbooks, and help them to reason independently and correctly about the properties of mathematical objects. It is the author's conviction that most young people who dislike mathematics do so out of a misunderstanding of what the subject is really about. Written for the benefit and understanding of school students in the 12-16 age group worldwide.
Learning in the Museum
Author: George E. Hein
Learning in the Museum examines major issues and shows how research in visitor studies and the philosophy of education can be applied to facilitate a meaningful educational experience in museums. Hein combines a brief history of education in public museums, with a rigorous examination of how the educational theories of Dewey, Piaget, Vygotsky and subsequent theorists relate to learning in the museum. Surveying a wide range of research methods employed in visitor studies is illustrated with examples taken from museums around the world, Hein explores how visitors can best learn from exhibitions which are physically, socially, and intellectually accessible to every single visitor. He shows how museums can adapt to create this kind of environment, to provide what he calls the 'constructivist museum'. Providing essential theoretical analysis for students, this volume also serves as a practical guide for all museum professionals on how to adapt their museums to maximize the educational experience of every visitor.