The Book of Angels
Author: Kaya, Christiane Muller
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
A guide for working with angels offers exercises that will help with self-understanding, overcoming obstacles, and developing wisdom, and shows how to invite angels into human life.
Author: Kaya Muller, Christiane Muller
Publisher: Universe/City Mikael Pub
For all those seeking the perfect marriage between spirit and matter, ANGELICA YOGA, Introduction is an exceptional work. It offers a new vision of yoga that corresponds to Western lifestyle. Based on developing receptivity in action, its daily practice allows us to develop and integrate qualities, virtues and powers in their purest state. This book presents 21 exercises that allow us to deepen the work with The Traditional Study of Angels. Angelica Yoga favors the opening of the world of dreams, parallel worlds and symbolic language. Its preface by Doctor François Bouchard is a testimony to the art of healing.
An excellent source book...Clearly illustrated too! Wiccan Rede Our ancestors developed symbolic languages and alphabets that reflected in an inner way the outer phenomena of existence. Traditionally, the symbolic and the mythical are integrated with the activities of everyday life: there is no division between the physical necessities of existence and the deeper levels of the symbolic world. This work is a Druidic exploration of the ramifications of our human symbolic understanding of the world, from the perspective of Celtic civilisation, describing the symbolic structures upon which the more familiar signs, symbols and sigils of western spirituality are based. According to ancient Druidic ethics, the three principle endeavours are to learn and collect knowledge; to teach them; to make peace and to put an end to all injury. To carry out the third endeavour is the objective of the previous two. This book is offered to the reader in this spirit, For to do contrary to these things is not usual or becoming to a bard .
DISCOVER THE SECRET CODE OF DREAMS & SIGNS “He lived like a hermit for years sometimes sleeping more than 20 hours a day… to dream more and more… he didn’t speak to anyone and remained silent and while having as many as 50 dreams per night. Everyone thought he had gone crazy. Then one day, he started to share and write about his dream experience...” That was in 1995, when Kaya, who was poised for super-stardom having been a childhood prodigy whose career began at 7, and by 27, was a major recording artist with multiple awards and accolades, fame, fortune, his records selling in excess of a million, and about to sign a new and major multi-million dollar recording deal with SONY, dramatically abandoned his career. Inspired by a series of visions to turn his attention entirely onto his spiritual path, he retreated to the Laurentian Mountains of Canada and devoted himself to intensively meditating and refining his understanding of the language of dreams. It was then that Kaya began his journey to becoming a renowned expert in dream interpretation, chronicling them each night. Kaya explains, “My questioning was so intense that I could have gone crazy. For years, in life of solitude, I studied the symbols from every angle, like a mathematician trying to decode an enigma. But the real enigma was me… I had to understand my fears, my joys, my weaknesses that were appearing in form of symbols, both in my dreams and in my daily life. I found one of the first keys the day I told myself, ‘If everything I see and know can appear in my dreams, then physical and metaphysical worlds involve the same symbols.’ There was a code. Now, I know the code…” In 1998 he returned to the public forum and began sharing “the code”, and his research and experience in the form of books and lectures, which quickly grew to an international not for profit organization, co-founded with his wife Christiane Muller, which has offices & staff in 6 countries and over 400 volunteers.
Volume one of five The unabridged form of this story runs to over 1,900 pages in either French or English, necessitating multiple volumes of this bilingual edition, which is designed to assist those learning French. The original French text appears on the right-hand pages of the book, with the corresponding English translation on the left-hand pages. Other bilingual books available from Sleeping Cat Books: "The Picture of Dorian Gray Selected Works of Edgar Allan Poe Fables of Jean de La Fontaine Candide Shakespeare's Sonnets New Fairy Tales for Small Children The Tales of Mother Goose The Count of Monte Cristo The Last of the Mohicans Madame Bovary"
Why We Play
Author: Roberte Hamayon
Whether it's childhood make-believe, the theater, sports, or even market speculation, play is one of humanity's seemingly purest activities: a form of entertainment and leisure and a chance to explore the world and its possibilities in an imagined environment or construct. But as Roberte Hamayon shows in this book, play has implications that go even further than that. Exploring play's many dimensions, she offers an insightful look at why play has become so ubiquitous across human cultures. Hamayon begins by zeroing in on Mongolia and Siberia, where communities host national holiday games similar to the Olympics. Within these events Hamayon explores the performance of ethical values and local identity, and then she draws her analysis into larger ideas examinations of the spectrum of play activities as they can exist in any culture. She explores facets of play such as learning, interaction, emotion, strategy, luck, and belief, and she emphasizes the crucial ambiguity between fiction and reality that is at the heart of play as a phenomenon. Revealing how consistent and coherent play is, she ultimately shows it as a unique modality of action that serves an invaluable role in the human experience.
Author: Michel Foucault, Jacques Lagrange, Graham Burchell
A historical investigation into the practice of psychiatric medicine in the western world chronicles its evolution, offering insight into how diagnoses and treatments changed throughout time and how modern social and political attitudes toward mental illness have developed, in a collection of philosophical lectures. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
Author: Barbara Tedlock
Publisher: CUP Archive
The authors, Jungian analysts, write for psychoanalysts and therapists who wish to integrate dream interpretation into their clinical practice. In this book, first published (hardcover) in 1987, ten contributing anthropologists and psychologists explore the ways in which dreams are remembered, recounted, shared (or not shared), interpreted, and used by peoples around the world. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
A Usable Collection
Author: Aad Blok, Jan Lucassen, Huub Sanders
Established in Amsterdam in 1935, the International Institute of Social History is one of the world's leading research centres. Its exceptional research collections owe much to its former director Jaap Kloosterman. The contributors offer a rare insight into the history of the institute and the motivation behind devoting a lifetime to collecting social history sources.
Author: K. V. Frolov, Igorʹ Fomich Goncharevich
Publisher: CRC Pr I Llc
One of the key figures of the French Enlightenment, Denis Diderot was a passionate critic of conventional morality, society and religion. Among his greatest and most well-known works, these two dialogues are dazzling examples of his radical scientific and philosophical beliefs. In Rameau's Nephew, the eccentric and foolish nephew of the great composer Jean-Philippe Rameau meets Diderot by chance, and the two embark on a hilarious consideration of society, music, literature, politics, morality and philosophy. Its companion-piece, D'Alembert's Dream, outlines a material, atheistic view of the universe, expressed through the fevered dreams of Diderot's friend D'Alembert. Unpublished during his lifetime, both of these powerfully controversial works show Diderot to be one of the most advanced thinkers of his age, and serve as fascinating testament to the philosopher's wayward genius.
The Memory of Tiresias
Author: Mikhail Iampolski
Publisher: Univ of California Press
"Iampolski deals with concepts and ideas that are highly complex and frequently very abstract, yet his discussion—and the progression of his analyses—is always precise and easy to follow. . . . Each of his points is grounded in a careful examination of a specific text, and most of the texts are well-known to American audiences."—Vladimir Padunov, University of Pittsburgh
Author: Nikolai Vasil'evich Gogol'