The Universe-Ity

A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction

Author: Michael Samuels



Category: Self-Help

Page: 174

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In "The Universe-ity," Samuels examines whether or not years of formal education actually teach society how to become successful. The author, who has created his own successful business as well as published his own book, explains how you do not have to have years of education to live a prosperous, fulfilling life.

Merlin's Tour of the Universe

A Skywatcher's Guide to Everything from Mars and Quasars to Comets, Planets,Blue Moons, and Werewolves

Author: Neil de Grasse Tyson

Publisher: Main Street Books


Category: Science

Page: 316

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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Astrophysics for People in a Hurry comes a fascinating guide to the most popular questions about the universe. In Neil de Grasse Tyson's delightful tour of the galaxies, his fictional character Merlin responds to popular astronomy questions asked by adults and children alike. Merlin, a visitor from Planet Omniscia in the Andromeda Galaxy, has been friends with many of the most important scientific figures of the past, including da Vinci, Magellan, Doppler, Einstein, and Hubble—and he often recounts his conversations with these historical figures in his explanations. Merlin's illuminating answers feature a unique combination of wit and poetry along with serious science explained in refreshingly clear, reader-friendly language. Dear Merlin: Can a person cross our galaxy in a spaceship during one human lifespan? Merlin: In 1905, Merlin's good friend Albert Einstein introduced the "Special Theory of Relativity," which predicts that time will tick slower and slower the faster you travel. Were you to embark on such an adventure you could conceivably age as little as you wish, depending of course, on your exact speed. The problem arises when you return to Earth, which will have moved several hundred thousand years into the future and everyone will have forgotten about you. A timeless book for lovers of the universe by one of its greatest lights.

The Path to the Throne of God

Author: Sarah Elizabeth Peck

Publisher: TEACH Services, Inc.


Category: Religion

Page: 272

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This study of the sanctuary aims to give the reader an overall view of the entire sanctuary, including the earthly and the heavenly sanctuaries, and reaching its climax in the temple eternal, the earthly model as constructed by Moses, being a type or illustration of both the others. It also aims to make plain that the sanctuary symbolizes not only the redemptive work of Christ, but also the Christian experience of each of His followers, and of the church as a whole.

The Third Covenant

The Transmission of Consciousness in the Work of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Thomas Berry, and Albert J. LaChance

Author: Albert J. LaChance

Publisher: North Atlantic Books


Category: Religion

Page: 192

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The Third Covenant explores the work of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Thomas Berry, and Albert LaChance, revealing through the lens of spirituality, science, and ecology, their understanding of human origin and evolution. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, an early twentieth century geologist and priest, devoted his life as a scientist, clergyman, and mystic, to reuniting the artificial fracture between science and religion. Thomas Berry, a follower of Teilhard de Chardin and a highly respected cultural historian, furthered this reunification by repositioning the human in the unfolding of an evolving universe, integrated and interdependent with the rest of the life systems of the planet. Albert LaChance, himself a six-year, face-to-face student of Berry, brought this new paradigm into his work as a poet, psychologist, addiction recovery professional, and most importantly, as a mystic and scholar of religion. Along with his daughter, Rebecca LaChance Goodwin, LaChance explores the development of this crucial shift in human understanding and its implications for the future. Parts I and II explore the elements of polarized thinking that makes us believe that we are separate from each other and the life systems of the planet. Thomas Berry's list of twelve principles for understanding the universe and the role of the human in the universe process describes the creative unfolding of our place in the universe. Part III introduces practical steps for achieving personal, familial, and cultural change. LaChance outlines his Twelve Steps of Ecological Spirituality to help us move from powerlessness and isolation to a state of reawakening to self, to humanity, to all species, to the planet, and to the universe.

The Medium in Manolos

A Life-Affirming Guide to Modern Mediumship

Author: Lauren Robertson

Publisher: Hay House, Inc


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 224

View: 508

Lauren Robertson is a medium with a difference.Since training as a psychic medium at the age of 14, Lauren has helped tens of thousands of people to connect with their loved ones in Spirit, and is known for her highly accurate readings and her ability to provide super-specific details from those who have crossed over.But it’s Lauren’s fresh, unique approach to mediumship that makes her stand out from the crowd. The Medium in Manolos tells the story of how this young woman overcame her own fears, self-doubt and self-consciousness to go from grieving granddaughter to con dent and empowered medium and coach.Discover: •How to handle your grief when a loved one dies •The three elements required to become a great Spirit communicator •Effective tools to clear your mind and elevate your consciousness so you can create a deep connection with Spirit •How to tell when a message you receive is genuine •What to do when you doubt yourself and your abilitiesWritten with compassion, humour and warmth, this heart-warming book is both for people who have lost someone and are in the process of grieving and healing, and for those who wish to develop their own connection with Spirit and bring through messages for themselves and others.


Reflections on War, Sex, and Church

Author: Stan Goff

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 472

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What if the sanctification of war and contempt for women are both grounded in a fear that breeds hostility, and a hostility that rationalizes conquest? The anti-Gospel Christian history of war-loving and women-hating are not merely similar but two aspects of the same dynamic, argues Stan Goff, in an "autobiography" that spans millennia. Borderline is the historical and conceptual autobiography of a former career army veteran transformed by Jesus into a passionate advocate for nonviolence, written by a man who narrates his conversion to Christianity through feminism.

The Reporter's Guide

Designed for Students in Any Style of Phonography, in which are Formulated for the First Time, in Any Work of the Kind, Rules for the Contraction of Words, Principles of Phrasing, and Methods of Abbreviation Abundantly Illustrated

Author: Elias Longley



Category: Shorthand

Page: 248

View: 768

The Reporter's Guide

Designed for Students in Any Style of Phonography, in which are Formulated ... Rules for the Contraction of Words, Principles of Phrasing, and Methods of Abbreviation




Category: Shorthand

Page: 248

View: 747

Mathematical Foundations of Programming Language Semantics

3rd Workshop Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, April 8–10, 1987 Proceedings

Author: Michael Main

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Mathematics

Page: 640

View: 423

This volume is the proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on the Mathematical Foundations of Programming Language Semantics held at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 8-10, 1987. The 1st Workshop was at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas in April, 1985 (see LNCS 239), and the 2nd Workshop with a limited number of participants was at Kansas State in April, 1986. It was the intention of the organizers that the 3rd Workshop survey as many areas of the Mathematical Foundations of Programming Language Semantics as reasonably possible. The Workshop attracted 49 submitted papers, from which 28 papers were chosen for presentation. The papers ranged in subject from category theory and Lambda-calculus to the structure theory of domains and power domains, to implementation issues surrounding semantics.