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In The Girl Who Played with Fire, the second story of the Larsson trilogy, Lisbeth Salander, the protagonist, is shot by her father and buried by her half-brother. But at dawn, her hand rises from the grave. Stunning! Here it is: the rise of the wounded feminine despite patriarchy’s destructive violence. Quiet Wisdom in Loud Times considers her attempted murder by a brutal father and her resurrection despite it, to be the resounding metaphor of our times: we are in a global crisis of an old order of the patriarchy that wants to maintain the status quo of wealth and power. Yet the feminine principle, so wounded by the violence against it, continues to rise up. The wounded feminine principle refers to both women and men. Women have come a long way since the 1960’s, but that really isn’t the whole story. In fact, the story is not even about women only. It is about men also. It is about something, in fact, beyond both men and women, and that is the rise of the wounded feminine soul energy that needs to be part and parcel of all of us. Why now? We are at a very important time, where there are huge psychic upheavals happening. Right now life is still in patriarchal dominator mode. But this is not about gender. Women can be daughters of a rigid patriarchal structure as much as men can be its sons. Likewise, men, as well as women, can carry the collaborative, partnership model that attends to the feminine, relational aspects of life. Quiet Wisdom in Loud Times explores the rise of the wounded feminine principle, as well as its burials in relation to the environment, money, politics, and the media, with particular attention to the Larsson trilogy. By addressing the rise of the wounded feminine, Quiet Wisdom in Loud Times can help us face courageously the powers that be, while not collapsing into the indifference and apathy that define letting the patriarchy continue its violent way. This book elucidates how in relationship to one another and to the earth, the wounded feminine shall rise.
In this heartwarming memoir, follow the inspiring journey of a mother and her developmentally-disabled daughter as they find each other. Told from the mother's perspective as she learns to cope with her daughter's diagnosis, it explores how she calls on Japanese art forms to describe her child's perfect imperfections and the unexpected gifts her daughter brings to the world.Readers will delight to see how how this special child marked her place in the world as a wise and present teacher--not only to her mother, but to all those willing to truly see her.
Words of Inspiration to touch your Heart and Soul Within Silence, Wisdom Whispers weaves a creative and powerful insight into life. The book aims to be a blueprint for those who are on a personal development journey to find their inner truth emotionally and spiritually. It is timely because so many people are seeking respite from the pressures of life, especially in this current climate of conscious unrest and instability and for those who are searching for more alternative and harmonious ways of living. It is a soulful book of immense power, touching deeply on matters of the heart and soul yet light and subtle in its delivery of its message. Esther is the mother of two young men. Her hobbies are travelling, exploring nature and the great outdoors, reading, visiting the theatre, music, dancing and drumming. Esther Austin's passion and remit is personal transformation and empowerment. She is an Intuitive Healer, Intuitive Reader, Soul Guide and Hypno-Analysis and Regression Therapist. She is also an Author, Empowerment Speaker and Radio Presenter. She has her own radio station Qarma Broadcast and also hosts live empowerment shows on various other stations. Esther's work empowers clients to deal with and heal emotional, psychological and physical blocks bringing about a sense of wellbeing. She empowers and supports individuals to unlock the gates to whatever is holding them back through her intuitive work.
"Nature's Quiet Wisdom" is a prose poetry collection that invites readers to leave the noisy, distracting world behind and discover the beauty and peace that nature offers us. Lynn H. Wyvill finds inspiration in the hush of a snowy day, comfort in the endless ebb and flow of ocean waves, and strength in a resilient oak tree.
SILENT VOICES HIDDEN WISDOM Is it fearful, the unknown silent voices so long hidden? Or to hold all the emotions of sentient life? Telepathy is thought transference of mental energy from one being to another. Humans use telepathic energy constantly. We are aware the voice in our mind is never silent. We are unaware of our capability to use telepathic energy with intent. We use it every day and often do not recognize our oldest form of communication. Animals vocal cords, due to their physical structure, were not able to attain formed language as humans did. They continue to express themselves telepathically or with behavior when humans deny to acknowledge their inner ability to hear them telepathically. Discover the widening scope of using telepathic communication in our daily life. We would discover there are no secrets in the thread of life! Just imagine using telepathy to converse with all creation on earth, in heaven or other dimensions. The messages received are the wisdom of the ages and encompass the full spectrum of eternity. Telepathically conversing with sentient beings in all dimensions is funny, surprisingly delightful and compassionate. The silent voices impart wisdom and guidance in every moment of our everyday life. Our mind seeks a place for discovery in curiosity. The silent voices and hidden wisdom within us holds the key to answers from all dimensions. Journey the joy and hidden wisdom in the silent voices, in their words and prayers.
Nature's quiet wisdom is shared through photographs and related text that is written in simple verse for children and their adults
Every day, there are treasures to be discovered by anyone who will honestly come to hear the voice of the Savior in his Word. The Lord Jesus indicates that there is an added blessing for those who will write down the insights he gives by his instruction: Every scribe which is instructed unto the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man that is an householder, which bringeth forth out of his treasure things new and old (Matthew 13:52). The poems in this book are the result of going to the Bible each day with an expectation that God has something very valuable to say. That expectation has NEVER been disappointed. Our risen Lord said, I stand at the door and knock. If any man hears My voice and opens the door, I will come into him and will sup with him, and he with Me (Revelation 3:20). This intimate, two-way communion with God is offered to all those who have received the Lord Jesus Christ (John 1:12) and thereby have received, not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit which is of God, that we might know the things that are freely given to us by God (1 Corinthians 2:12). My prayer is that God may use this book for his glory, for the encouragement of his own children, and for the persuasion of those who may yet be awakened to their need of our Savior. Blessed is the man that heareth Me, watching daily at My gates, waiting at the post of My doors (Proverbs 8:34). Heaven is waiting. Dont miss it for the world.
This book is about a writer, Faith Elizabeth Bryan. She meets a family that changes her life. She uses her articles to tell her readers about Peace and Quiet and their teachings on how to love. Other characters in the book remind the reader that they are so loved by God that they cannot do anything bad enough that they are barred from heaven. Faith Elizabeth has overcome a troubled childhood and she writes her articles with an insight that reaches all ages.
This sequel to the popular I Ching Wisdom Volume One contains more of Wu Wei’s profound sayings drawn from the I Ching’s deepest wisdom. Wu Wei has added his enlightened comments to these sayings to help us apply the practical, timeless wisdom of the I Ching to our lives. The wisdom of the I Ching reveals the universal laws that govern us all, and I Ching Wisdom shows us how to live in harmony with those laws to live a life of peace, love, happiness, prosperity, and success. The I Ching’s invaluable insights, says Wu Wei, help us steer a safer, clearer course through the uncharted journey of our lives, teach us to recognize and avoid the pitfalls that beset the path of the unenlightened, and show us how to “soar to the heights of success and good fortune." Each saying is accompanied by a delightful Chinese ink drawing done in the Zen style by the author.
Finding Wisdom in East Asian Classics is an essential, all-access guide to the core texts of East Asian civilization and culture. Essays address frequently read, foundational texts in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese, as well as early modern fictional classics and nonfiction works of the seventeenth century. Building strong links between these writings and the critical traditions of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Daoism, this volume shows the vital role of the classics in the shaping of Asian history and in the development of the humanities at large. Wm. Theodore de Bary focuses on texts that have survived for centuries, if not millennia, through avid questioning and contestation. Recognized as perennial reflections on life and society, these works represent diverse historical periods and cultures and include the Analects of Confucius, Mencius, Laozi, Xunxi, the Lotus Sutra, Tang poetry, the Pillow Book, The Tale of Genji, and the writings of Chikamatsu and Kaibara Ekken. Contributors explain the core and most commonly understood aspects of these works and how they operate within their traditions. They trace their reach and reinvention throughout history and their ongoing relevance in modern life. With fresh interpretations of familiar readings, these essays inspire renewed appreciation and examination. In the case of some classics open to multiple interpretations, de Bary chooses two complementary essays from different contributors. Expanding on debates concerning the challenges of teaching classics in the twenty-first century, several pieces speak to the value of Asia in the core curriculum. Indispensable for early scholarship on Asia and the evolution of global civilization, Finding Wisdom in East Asian Classics helps one master the major texts of human thought.
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How is it that pets are able to travel thousands of miles through unknown territory to reunite with their beloved humans? How can dogs detect cancer with up to a 98 percent accuracy rate, and foresee epileptic or diabetic seizures in their owners? How do animals seem to know an earthquake is coming long before the world's best seismologists? In Animal Wisdom, veterinarian and animal advocate Linda Bender offers a wealth of amazing stories and research-based evidence indicating animals have deeply perceptive—even extrasensory—abilities. She shows us that animals are extremely perceptive, intuitive, and psychic and provides step-by-step practices for honing your natural ability to communicate with them, so that you too can learn to understand their urgent messages about peace, happiness, and the future of the planet. Animal Wisdom is for animal lovers and anyone who seeks a deeper, more spiritual connection to these beautiful creatures. From the table of contents: Foreword by Linda Tucker PART I: The Fabric of Creation Chapter 1: The Ecology of Paradise Chapter 2: How Can We Know What Animals Are Thinking and Feeling? PART II: What Animals Want Us to Know Chapter 3: You Are Loved Chapter 4: You Are Already Living in Paradise Chapter 5: You Don't Have to Figure Everything Out Chapter 6: Dying Isn't Bad PART III: The Connection of All Creatures Chapter 7: How to Connect Telepathically with Animals: A Practical Guide Chapter 8: The Animals Speak for Themselves Chapter 9: Heeding the Cries of the Nonhuman World Afterword by Andrew Harvey
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Paperback revised version. This humble book is Fr. Seamus' learning journey as a seminarian when he received God's call to serve, where he related his humble views on denominations, contemplation, early Christian thought, systematic theology, charismas, sacraments, discipleship, syncretism, and how to minister in the East, drawing inspiration from Jesuit priest Matteo Ricci and Trappist monk Thomas Merton, as well as the early Church Fathers.
This is the tale of Bilqis, the Queen of Sheba, who rules the spice lands and bows before the will of the Goddess. This is the tale of Solomon, the King of Israel and Judea, who built the golden temple to Yahweh in Jerusalem. Once he prayed that he might rule wisely. This is the tale of Solomon's wives, of his concubines ... and of his daughter Baalit, more beloved than any son. Here are their voices, their mysteries, and their deepest secrets. Here they sing their songs and weave their tapestries. As the queen's search for a true heir to her throne takes her to the court of the wisest man in the world, both she and the king learn how to value truth, love, and duty...and the king's daughter learns that not all the world is ruled by men. Wisdom's Daughter is a vivid and richly textured rendition of the biblical tale of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. Told in a tapestry of voices that ring with authenticity, Wisdom's Daughter profoundly reveals the deep ties among women in a patriarchal world.
In this delightful memoir of short stories and essays, the author uses the rural wisdom he gained in his youth to explain time, forgiveness, and the crush of change; and applies it the challenge of life in the big city. Here, there is history on a clothesline, wisdom in a thunderstorm, and appreciation in a car ride. His humor includes a wild turkey that lived in a doghouse with an old German Shepherd, escaped wild pigs, and the etiquette of trapping city mice. Follow the author as he explores the reverence of the beekeeper, the absolute quiet of the farm between dark and dawn, and compares today’s body-piercings to the nose jewelry used on the farm. The theme of the book reveals that each one of us wants to be loved, appreciated, and to contribute to life. But along the way we ignore our opportunities, and yet, life continually gives us second chances despite our inattentiveness. Read and enjoy the author’s appreciation of the richness of ourselves.

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