Light Emerging

The Journey of Personal Healing

Author: Barbara Ann Brennan

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 352

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Barbara Ann Brennan continues her ground-breaking exploration of the human energy field, or aura—the source of our experience of health or illness. Drawing on many new developments in her teaching and practice, she shows how we can be empowered as both patients and healers to understand and work with our most fundamental healing power: the light that emerges from the very center of our humanity. In a unique approach that encourages a cooperative effort among healer, patient, and other health-care providers, Light Emerging explains what the healer perceives visually, audibly, and kinesthetically and how each of us can participate in every stage of the healing process. Presenting a fascinating range of research, from a paradigm of healing based on the science of holography to insights into the "hara level" and the "core star," Light Emerging is at the leading edge of healing practice in our time.

Darkness Folding Inward, Light Emerging

Author: Deborah Harmes

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 168

View: 857

This long awaited sequel to The Dreamkeeper Messages explains the scope and nature of the psychic and prophetic visions that the author, Dr. Deborah Harmes, has experienced since childhood. Filled with fascinating visions that travel both backwards and forwards in time and background history about Deborah's relationship with the otherworldly being she calls The Dreamkeeper. The discussion of the nature of time helps to explain why many of us occasionally feel that we are living in the wrong lifetime. The section of information on Remote Viewing discusses just how far back in history that type of psychic viewing really goes. You might be quite surprised at what went on during World War II! This book also contains important information about time travel, global climate and atmospheric change and the creation of hybrid and robotic humans. We are living in challenging times and this book helps to both explain that and offer non-religious spiritual guidance.

Transfer of Polarized Light in Planetary Atmospheres

Basic Concepts and Practical Methods

Author: J.W. Hovenier

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 258

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The principal elements of the theory of polarized light transfer in planetary atmospheres are expounded in a systematic but concise way. Basic concepts and practical methods are emphasized, both for single and multiple scattering of electromagnetic radiation by molecules and particles in the atmospheres of planets in the Solar System, including the Earth, and beyond. A large part of the book is also useful for studies of light scattering by particles in comets, the interplanetary and interstellar medium, circumstellar disks, reflection nebulae, water bodies like oceans and suspensions of particles in a gas or liquid in the laboratory. Throughout the book symmetry principles, such as the reciprocity principle and the mirror symmetry principle, are employed. In this way the theory is made more transparent and easier to understand than in most papers on the subject. In addition, significant computational reductions, resulting from symmetry principles, are presented. Hundreds of references to relevant literature are given at the end of the book. Appendices contain supplementary information such as a general exposition on properties of matrices transforming Stokes parameters of light beams. Each chapter concludes with a number of problems with answers or hints for solution. The readers should have some basic knowledge of physics and mathematics. The book is suitable as a textbook for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. It will also be of interest to science professionals in one of the many disciplines in which electromagnetic scattering plays an important role, like astrophysics, atmospheric optics, remote sensing, marine optics, biophysics and biomedicine.

Light Scattering by Small Particles

Author: H. C. van de Hulst

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 496

View: 437

Comprehensive treatment of light-scattering properties of small, independent particles, including a full range of useful approximation methods for researchers in chemistry, meteorology, and astronomy. 46 tables. 59 graphs. 44 illustrations.

The MCAT Physics Book

Author: Garrett Biehle

Publisher: Nova Press

ISBN:

Category: Study Aids

Page: 440

View: 342

Comprehensive, Rigorous Prep for MCAT Physics. REVISED FOR MCAT 2015. The MCAT Physics Book offers the most comprehensive and rigorous analysis of MCAT physics available. Including, * 49 MCAT-style passages * 500 MCAT-style practice problems! and detailed solutions to all problems Illustrations and tables are included wherever necessary to focus and clarify key ideas and concepts. Dr. Biehle's classic MCAT Physics Book presents a clear, insightful analysis of MCAT physics. His lively prose and subtle wit make this challenging topic more palatable. Dr. Biehle received his Ph.D. from Caltech (California Institute of Technology) in physics. He has ten years experience at various levels in science education. The MCAT Physics Book is a result of his experience presenting physics concepts in a classroom setting to students preparing for the MCAT.

Lasers in Dermatology

Author: Sean W. Lanigan

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 112

View: 799

Lasers in Dermatology: An Introductory Guide provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of cutaneous laser treatment. Practical aspects of laser selection and treatment are combined with easily understood sections on basic science, laser safety and current regulations. The author is internationally recognised for his research in the laser treatment of skin disease, and has close links with the development of training programmes for the use of lasers in Dermatology.

Lectures on Polarized Light

Delivered Before the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, and in the Medical School of the London Hospital

Author: Jonathan Pereira

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Light

Page: 142

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Instrumental Traditions and Theories of Light

The Uses of Instruments in the Optical Revolution

Author: Xiang Chen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 213

View: 495

An analysis of the optical revolution in the context of early 19th century Britain. Far from merely involving the replacement of one optical theory by another, the revolution also involved substantial changes in instruments and the practices that surrounded them. People's judgements about classification, explanation and evaluation were affected by the way they used such optical instruments as spectroscopes, telescopes, polarisers, photometers, gratings, prisms and apertures. There were two instrumental traditions in this historical period, each of which nurtured a body of practice that exemplified how optical instruments should be operated, and especially how the eye should be used. These traditions functioned just like paradigms, shaping perspectives and even world views. Readership: Scholars and graduate students in the history of science, history of instrument, philosophy of science and science studies. Can also be used as a textbook in graduate courses on 19th century physics.