the lens of perception a user s guide to higher consciousness

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The Lens Of Perception

Author : Hal Zina Bennett
ISBN : 9780307814883
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The lens of perception--the part of human consciousness that experiences reality--is a core concept in virtually every spiritual and psychological tradition, from ancient Buddhism to Native American shamanism to Jungian psychology. Hal Zina Bennett proposes that if we can comprehend and harness this consciousness, we can shape our experiences and fulfill our greatest potential. By deconstructing the inner workings of the human mind, this skillfully written book unravels the Gordian knot of reality itself. A guided tour of human consciousness that takes the reader from individual self-awareness to becoming the co-creator of reality. An underground cult favorite that was way ahead of its time, reissued as a New Thought classic in a freshly revised third edition. Thanks to the success of the film What the Bleep Do We Know!?, which has grossed over $12 million and inspired hundreds of online discussion groups, "alternative consciousness" is hot again. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Lens Of Perception

Author : Hal Zina Bennett
ISBN : 9781587613166
Genre : Psychology
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The lens of perception--the part of human consciousness that experiences reality--is a core concept in virtually every spiritual and psychological tradition, from ancient Buddhism to Native American shamanism to Jungian psychology. Hal Zina Bennett proposes that if we can comprehend and harness this consciousness, we can shape our experiences and fulfill our greatest potential. By deconstructing the inner workings of the human mind, this skillfully written book unravels the Gordian knot of reality itself. A guided tour of human consciousness that takes the reader from individual self-awareness to becoming the co-creator of reality. An underground cult favorite that was way ahead of its time, reissued as a New Thought classic in a freshly revised third edition. Thanks to the success of the film What the Bleep Do We Know!?, which has grossed over $12 million and inspired hundreds of online discussion groups, "alternative consciousness" is hot again.

A Pilgrim In Your Body

Author : Jim Gilkeson
ISBN : 0595466451
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Praise for A Pilgrim in Your Body: Energy Healing and Spiritual Process By successfully coupling energy healing with spiritual growth, Gilkeson has elevated the potential of all health therapy. I highly recommend this book for all persons interested or engaged in the healthcare world. Fritz Frederick Smith, MD, Founder of Zero Balancing, author of Inner Bridges and Alchemy of Touch Jim Gilkeson has done a masterful job of describing the inner journey of healing and its interface with energy and the physical body. Not an easy task to understand or to undertake, yet he has laid it out with clarity and [practical] ways to access this within yourself with exercises and treatments. He has put words to a process that occurs within all of us, whether we know it or not, and has helped to bring the process into conscious awareness. Bravo and well done! I love the title and honor the Pilgrim in us all. Lisa Upledger, DC, CST-D, FIAMA Jim Gilkeson established himself as an important spokesperson for holistic approaches to wellness in Energy Healing: A Pathway to Inner Growth. His new book, A Pilgrim in Your Body, continues his teachings of wise, pragmatic solutions to balancing among spirit, body, intellect, and emotion. His kind wisdom and humor demystifies energy healing and makes it accessible to new as well as experienced practitioners. Denise Low, PhD, Author of Touching the Sky and Words of a Prairie Alchemist A Pilgrim in Your Body will not only help practitioners make the transition from bodyworker to healer, but will educate anyone interested in the healing potentials of energy work. This is an important book! Hal Zina Bennett, Author of The Lens of Perception: A Users' Guide to Higher Consciousness Jim Gilkeson is a pioneer, an explorer, and an expert in this vast unnamed territory that is ultimately spiritual. This book offers a map, makes connections, and offers methods that directly affect the health and betterment of everyone of us. Lauren Artress, Author of Walking a Sacred Path and The Sacred Path Companion: A Guide to Using the Labyrinth to Heal and Transform The universal principles and practices of energywork can often be difficult to understand. Utilizing his vast experience as a bodywork therapist, a meditation teacher, and an advocate of energy-oriented healing, Jim Gilkeson offers you a wealth of personal exercises, partner treatments, and entertaining vignettes in this essential guide to energywork. With wit and wisdom, Gilkeson navigates you through this exciting world of energywork and shows you how to fully access the energy field that surrounds and penetrates our physical bodies. Gilkeson gives you the tools you need to successfully enter this dimension in order to help those individuals in need of therapies that address the level of deep transformation in their worlds. Serving three different, but interlocking purposes, A Pilgrim in Your Body sets energy healing in the context of a psycho-spiritual undertaking and spiritual process presents fifteen major recurring themes that show up in all energywork, regardless of the modality or style introduces personal energy-oriented practices for the internal work of anyone interested in opening new pathways to inner growth and cultivating their spiritual qualities and potentials Impeccably researched, A Pilgrim in Your Body also includes an extensive bibliography and glossary of terms to help further your education in this exciting field. You'll never look at health therapy the same again!

Listen To The Silence

Author : Jan Allegretti
ISBN : 0595423817
Genre : Nature
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Listen to the Silence is an open invitation to wander a forest path or sit beside a mountain creek, letting the beauty of nature wash over you. See the world with new eyes as you learn compassion from a bug, feel the wind sweep away the ache in your heart, or let the gentle eyes of a beautiful black dog erase your fears. Here you will find peace and new hope in the silent wisdom of trees, spiders, and sunlit moss. In this thoughtful and inspiring blend of prose-poetry, meditation, and narrative, you'll share the author's intimate relationship with the Earth and its inhabitants, and experience the transcendence possible as you enter the world of nature and simply listen. Whether you read Listen to the Silence in one sitting or a page at a time, you'll find a new awareness of what lies outside your door-and inside your heart. "Listen to the Silence is a meditation beside a fern-lined mountain stream. It's a slow, gentle walk in the woods where the only voice you hear is your own-and you suddenly recognize it is but a single instrument amidst infinite voices in Nature's symphony. This book is Pan's flute, opening our senses to subtle truths otherwise overlooked in the busyness of our little lives." ~ Hal Zina Bennett, author of The Lens of Perception: A User's Guide to Higher Consciousness "These gentle pieces are to be savored like listening to a new mother singing lullabies. They are reminders that we are missing real life if we neglect to wander in wild nature with soft eyes and open hearts. A famous writing teacher once said to write with 'microscopic truthfulness.' I've wondered what that meant until I read Jan's book. Now I know." ~ Dave Smith, co-founder of Smith & Hawken, author of To Be of Use: Seven Seeds of Meaningful Work

Frequency

Author : Penney Peirce
ISBN : 9781582702155
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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An internationally recognized clairvoyant empath introduces the concept of "vibrational beings" to explain how a person's thoughts, emotions, and natural frequencies affect the self and one's surrounding world, in a guide that reveals how to calm the mind in order to achieve a natural and more peaceful state of existence. 35,000 first printing.

The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
ISBN : STANFORD:36105211722678
Genre : English literature
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Heal Your Mind Rewire Your Brain

Author : Patt Lind-Kyle
ISBN : 9781604150568
Genre : Health & Fitness
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This handbook applies this new science in practical ways, by giving us a training program to re-pattern our behavior and thereby change the ways our brain is wired. It interrupts our suffering, sharpens our mental abilities and corrects our cognitive imbalances. As we learn these mental skills, the neural patterns of our brains begin to change and we literally reprogram the neural networks through which information and energy flows. Original.

A Brief Tour Of Higher Consciousness

Author : Itzhak Bentov
ISBN : 089281814X
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Anyone interested in the inner reaches of the mind, the greater structure of the cosmos, and the spiritual evolution of humanity will find this book an informed and delightful read. Bentov explains the Kabbalistic principles of number and sound, the meaning of cosmic symbols, and ultimately, shows that the universe and thought are inseparable.

Psychology Of Intelligence Analysis

Author : Richards J. Heuer
ISBN : 9780160590351
Genre : Psychology
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Opening The Doors Of Perception

Author : Antony Peake
ISBN : 9781780289083
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In 1954 Aldous Huxley's hugely influential book "The Doors of Perception" was published. Huxley's title is taken from William Blake's 1793 book "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell". In this Blake makes the following observation: "If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro' narrow chinks of his cavern." Opening the Doors of Perception will update Huxley's work and suggest process and procedures whereby man can, indeed, perceive reality in its true glory. The book will be in two sections. The first will discuss in great detail a concept I first introduced in my book The Daemon: A Guide to Your Extraordinary Secret Self. I termed this the "scale of transcendence" and suggested that there is a scale of perceptions whereby the doors of perception are slowly opened and, bit by bit, they reveal the true nature of "reality" as suggested by most esoteric teachings and mystic traditions. Most human beings perceive the doors as being securely closed. However there are occasions when the doors become slightly ajar and allow fleeting glimpses of what the Gnostics called "The Pleroma". For "normal" people these glimpses are experienced during fleeting "noetic" experiences. However for others the doors are prized upon by certain neurological processes starting with migraine and progressing through various "altered-states" such as temporal lobe epilepsy, bi-polar syndrome, autism and finally, when the doors are fully open, schizophrenia.

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