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Do you ever feel that your world is so "civilized" you can't express yourself? That there is a part of you that needs to be remembered? Evelyn Rysdyk can help you understand and use this feeling to transform your life. She asserts that although most of us have been assimilated into our agriculturally-based society full of rules and regulations and community care, many of us still possess the urgent instincts of the hunter -- who lives in the moment -- and the gatherer -- who feels part of the great fabric of life and thrives on the uncertainties of the journey. You'll discover how to get in touch with these facets of your inner self and develop your personal creative energy by using shamanic journeying, meditation, movement, sound, and storytelling. Rysdyk offers a renewed way of living, full of richness, peace, health, and harmony for ourselves and the future of our planet.
Ball, Martin W.
Having been prepared by two years of astral journeys with an extraterrestrial guide, eight-year-old Tanis asks her parents for a family vacation in Peru's Sacred Valley. As a result, Tanis and her family visit sacred Inca sites and find that ancient wisdom traditions are still being practiced in the Andes. In the context of Andean prophecies and practices, the book suggests how readers both young and adult can cope with our unsettling times. During her family's journey, Tanis comes of age spiritually as she encounters talking stones, shamans, spirit apparitions, spirit guides, ETs, and UFOs. Because of her open heart, curiosity, and generous nature, she is initiated into the wisdom traditions of the Andean people and connects with the mystical essence of Self beyond self, the healing power of Mother Nature, and the truly magical power of love.
Rooted in traditional Toltec wisdom beliefs, four agreements in life are essential steps on the path to personal freedom. As beliefs are transformed through maintaining these agreements, shamanic teacher and healer don Miguel Ruiz asserts lives will become filled with grace, peace, and unconditional love. Author workshops.
George Orr has dreams that come true--dreams that change reality. He dreams that the aunt who is sexually harassing him is killed in a car crash, and wakes to find that she died in a wreck six weeks ago, in another part of the country. But a far darker dream drives George into the care of a psychotherapist--a dream researcher who doesn't share George's ambivalence about altering reality. The Lathe of Heaven is set in the sort of worlds that one would associate with Philip K. Dick, but Ms. Le Guin's treatment of the material, her plot and characterization and concerns, are more akin to the humanistic, ethically engaged, psychologically nuanced fiction of Theodore Sturgeon. The Lathe of Heaven is an insightful and chilling examination of total power, of war and injustice and other age-old problems, of changing the world, of playing God. --Cynthia Ward