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    The first book to exclusively use Chinese medical theories and terminology to guide practitioners of Chinese medicine in the use of Western herbs

    • Written entirely according to the theory, diagnosis, and treatment paradigm of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)
    • Explains how to combine and modify the standard TCM formulas to non-Chinese herbs suitable for Western practitioners
    • Includes 58 monographs of common Western healing herbs, detailing how each plant is used clinically

    The ever-growing number of Chinese medicine practitioners in the West has brought about an amalgamation of many styles of Chinese medicine and various other forms of medicine from around the world. This book addresses the increasing demand for knowledge of how to integrate plants from outside the standard Chinese materia medica into the fold of Chinese medical practices in the West. It is the first in-depth guide to using Western herbs exclusively according to the theories, diagnoses, and treatments of traditional Chinese medicine that harmonizes the unique terminology and theories of TCM with other botanical medicines.

    The book contains 58 monographs, illustrated with full-color photographs, of herbs commonly used by Western herbalists. Each herb is grouped by the basic categorization for medicinals in Chinese medicine, such as Herbs that Resolve the Exterior and Herbs that Regulate Blood. The monographs detail the energetics, function and indication, channels entered, dosage and preparation, and contraindications of each plant. The author also explains how to use the herbs to modify standard formulas used in everyday Chinese herbal medicine, based on his own clinical experience. An appendix of Western Analogs for Chinese Herbs further highlights 40 Chinese medicinals that have related species growing in the West.

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    A compilation of 4 translated books plus a Materia Medica from Professor Don Jianhua Director of the All-China Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Advisor to the Public Health Ministry of the People's Republic of China in the late 20th century. Covered: Comprehensive look at TCM in terms of its holistic-philosophical outlook; Frequent comparisons between Western and TCM. Clinical experience in internal medicine, gynecology and pediatrics; Characteristics and therapeutic methods for treating common diseases; Details on 322 most commonly used medicinal herbs; 137 of the most effective and commonly used formulas with functions, indications, applications, herbs used. Extensive illustrations are included.

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    The Cauldron of Dreams is a mysterious and magickal place that exists within each and every one of us. Each night as we sleep, we stir the bubbling cauldron and partake of its enchanted brew, whether or not we have any recollection of the dream visions it paints upon the canvas of our minds as we sleep.This is a unique and nicely illustrated book that covers the magical application of dreams as well as dream interpretation. The author offers many interesting spells and rituals (such as breaking a dream curse, preventing nightmares, inducing lucid dreams, finding lucky numbers, etc), directions on how to make a dream-catcher, dates of favourable and unfavourable dreams, the various herbs and oils traditionally associated with dream magic (along with easy-to-follow instructions and planetary/elemental information for each one listed), a chapter that explores various methods of dream divination, and much more.



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    The perfect prayer book - that is what the Book of Psalms has been called. Written over a period of about eight hundred years, these one hundred fifty poems and hymns are the most important existing collection of Hebrew national and religious poetry.

    375 ways to use Psalms for love, power, revenge, success, blessings, prosperity, protection etc. All 150 psalms included.


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    This book is written primarily for musculoskeletal therapists of all types and will appeal to those who use acupuncture to augment their current practice. It will also be of value to acupuncturists specialising in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions and may serve as an introduction to physical treatment methods such as joint mobilisation, therapeutic exercise and taping. Written in an accessible style, this book allows the practitioner to bring acupuncture treatment alongside their current practice, balancing Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and Western Medical Acupuncture for long term results. Musculoskeletal pain is often part of a bigger holistic picture of disorder and in many cases this approach can allow the practitioner to identify and treat conditions which could not previously be helped by physical therapy. This book aims to encourage the combined use of acupuncture and physical therapy in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions to increase the standard and efficacy of treatment. Chris Norris, MSc CBA MCSP SRP runs a private clinic in Altringham, Cheshire and is external lecturer to Liverpool University and Alsager College. Chris is well-known for his publications and for the many courses that he runs.

    Table of Contents
    Introduction; Principles of traditional Chinese medicine; The Zang Fu organs; Meridians; Acpuncture and pain relief; Acupuncture points; Patient questioning and point selection; Acuncture treatment methods; Lower limb treatment protocols; Back and trunk treatment protocols; Upper limb treatment protocols; References.

    About the Author
    Visiting lecturer to Salford University and Manchester Metropolitan University; Director of Norris Associates, Physiotherapists
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    In this groundbreaking book, Dr Seem shares with us the fruits of 20 years of treating patients with all types of chronic fatigue, pain, and stress disorders. These are patients for whom standard medical treatments have offered little help and who often find their way to acupuncturists as a last resort. Included are Dr Seem's classification of the four major patterns of tight tender points that he finds in such patients, his treatment strategies in each pattern, and many charts and diagrams to help busy practitioners use his approach more effectively. This book is a must for acupuncturists treating any type of chronic condition. MsSVig

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    In this new edition of Dr Mann's bestselling book he discusses controversial issues such as * Do acupuncture points exist? * Are there such things as meridians *The interplay between mind and body * The new concept of large areas responding to stimuli rather than having to use specific acupuncture points for treatment

    In this revolutionary and innovative book, the author has shown that acupuncture points, meridians and the laws of acupuncture are largely an illusion. He has developed an entirely new system of acupuncture which is more closely allied to Western medicine,based upon a sophisticated understanding of acupuncture areas, radiation of sensation, and Strong Reactor patients, often using only a single gentle needle prick. Separate chapters deal with techniques of micro-acupuncture and periosteal acupuncture. This second edition contains important new material on the practical application of needling anywhere in the hand or foot to evoke a response in half of the body. This is consonant with the findings of neurophysiology, opening the door to future scientific investigation of acupuncture phenomena. There are also sections on hyper-micro acupuncture, the Inhibited Patient, the correct interval between treatments, and the symbiotic relationship between mind and body in successful treatment. Reinventing Acupuncture is a revolutionary book in its field, offering exciting new material in an accessible format. The theories discussed are simply explained for application in the everyday practice of acupuncture. Other books by the same author and publisher: Atlas of Acupuncture: Points and Meridians in relation to surface anatomy Acupuncture: Cure of many diseases MsSVig

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    This book is probably the best book ever written by a skeptic for a skeptic!
    Detailed discussion on what is Yin/Yang, five elements,
    The first book which provides a rational argument to "why really skin is said to be under the jurisdiction of the Lung meridian?" and the sorts.

    The only con of this book are it's diagrams of meridians and the location of points. The diagrams are generated using some computerized software and well.. not too precise. But then for precise meridians and point locations you would rather use Royston Low's Atlas of Acupuncture.

    Also discussion on how the meridians navigate not only at the superficial level (which is shown in most books) but also internally.

    Complete section on the eight extra-ordinary vessels.
    And a section discussing the TCM and orthodox descriptions of common maladies and their treatment with acupuncture. MsSVig

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    What is effective argumentation? How does it work? Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and other great figures were masters of the craft. So how can you reason through your position and make the best possible case for it with the same skill and ease as the experts? Argumentation: The Study of Effective Reasoning, 2nd Edition is a rigorous introduction to the formal study of argumentation—communication that seeks to persuade others through reasoned judgment.

    In 24 lectures you learn the building blocks of an argument, the different categories of argument and the issues that are at stake in each, the kinds of evidence that serve as proof in an argument, and many other aspects of argumentation and reasoning, illustrated with examples from some of the most famous speeches, debates, and controversies in American history.

    What You Learn

    Award-winning Professor David Zarefsky of Northwestern University has five goals for this course:

       You will learn how to recognize arguments; how to find them in conversations, newspaper editorials, speeches, in controversies of any kind; and how to know them when you encounter them.
       You will become aware of how arguing reflects choice, broadening your understanding of the choices that arguers can make and that you can make when you build and construct an argument.
       You will learn how to evaluate various types of arguments. In the process, you'll learn the standards that should govern your assessment of these qualities.
       In attempting all of these tasks you will examine examples of a variety of historical and contemporary arguments, shedding light on some significant controversies by looking at them from the perspective of argument.
       Having become familiar with argumentation theories, you should be able to improve your ability both as an analyst and as a maker of arguments.

    Argumentation starts with four lectures that review the intellectual and historical backgrounds of argumentation. Then in Lectures 5 through 11 you explore the strategies and tactics of argument construction, attack, and defense. Lectures 12 through 18 consider the components of argument in greater detail and examine how they work. Next, Lectures 19 and 20 focus on the appraisal of arguments. Finally, in Lectures 21 through 24, you investigate how argumentation functions in society, covering such topics as argumentation in specialized fields and the different ways that arguments can end.

    Argumentation in Action

    Professor Zarefsky infuses Argumentation with rich historical examples to illustrate the principles of argumentation in action. For example, in 2003, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell gave a dramatic speech before the U.N. Security Council, seeking approval for the use of military force against Iraq. Dr. Zarefsky uses this speech to explore how arguments employ complex structures. Secretary Powell's address used a combination of parallel and convergent structures. Through careful analysis, you'll learn how these structures work logically and why supporters of President Bush's Iraq policy treated the arguments as purely parallel, while opponents treated them as convergent.

    Why should you practice this kind of argument analysis? "It enables you to understand what's going on in the argument," says Professor Zarefsky. "Few of us are ever going to have the opportunity to address the U.N. Security Council, but if you do this with a letter to the editor, or an editorial in the local newspaper, or in a conversation that you have in your family, the same process works just as well, and you can get some real insight into the nature of the arguments."

    Principles behind Historic Speeches

    More examples of important principles at work in historic speeches include

       The Lincoln-Douglas Debates of 1858: The dueling speeches of U.S. Senate candidates Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas illustrate the principle that argumentation takes place with a particular audience in mind—in this case, the swing voters of central Illinois. You also learn that all argument involves risk, and that Lincoln and Douglas each sacrificed strategic advantages in meeting to debate.
       Lyndon Johnson's 1965 Voting Rights Message: President Johnson's historic address to a joint session of Congress was a policy-oriented speech that focused masterfully on the relevant topoi—the traditional categories of issues that arise in dealing with a controversy. You learn why it was named one of the top 10 American speeches of the 20th century by a national survey of communications scholars.
       The Kennedy-Nixon Debates of 1960: John F. Kennedy's reply to a journalist's question during the third presidential debate with Richard Nixon illustrates the application of the "mini-max" principle—the minimum effort and risk yielding the maximum gain. You see why Nixon's rebuttal does not reflect the best strategic choices in meeting Kennedy's arguments.
       Abraham Lincoln's House-Divided Speech: Lincoln's speech accepting nomination to run for the U.S. Senate against Stephen Douglas demonstrates a classic use of figures of speech. Lincoln employs the analogy of workmen building a frame house to connect prominent politicians of the day with a plot to legalize slavery throughout the United States. He can't prove it directly, but by using a clever figurative analogy he makes a convincing case that the plot is inexorably unfolding.
       Franklin D. Roosevelt's December 8, 1941, War Message: Roosevelt's speech to Congress on the day after the Pearl Harbor attack is a vivid model of a type of argument called the warrant from example. A warrant is an authorization to make an inference from evidence to claim, and Roosevelt cites a litany of examples of Japanese aggression to establish their intent for general war.
       Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" Speech: You learn how this celebrated speech illustrates a sign argument, in which Dr. King juxtaposes intolerable conditions for African Americans with a scriptural allusion to the onrushing "mighty stream" of justice. He infers that one phenomenon predicts, or is a sign for, the other.

    A Teacher with Passion, Insight, and Humor

    These are just some of the creative ways that Professor Zarefsky explains a subject that is inherently fascinating, though often technical and demanding. Rarely has it been taught with the passion, insight, and humor that Professor Zarefsky displays.

    For instance, in discussing the concept of "stasis," he shows how a simple accusation of theft offers a variety of responses that will determine exactly what is at issue and therefore what needs to be settled. That point of dispute is called the stasis. The claim, "You stole my car," could be countered with, "No, I never had your car," asserting that the act never took place. This is called "stasis of conjecture". By contrast, the reply, "I only borrowed your car," signals an argument over how to characterize the act and is called "stasis of definition." "I needed your car for an emergency" cites urgent circumstances and is called "stasis of quality." And a refusal to discuss the matter at this particular time and place with the response, "If you've got a case, then take me to court," indicates that another forum is more appropriate and is called "stasis of place." Determining stasis is crucial to understanding the issues at play in any argument.

    Additional technical aspects of argumentation that you study include the basic structure of arguments (claim, evidence, inference, and warrant); the patterns of complex arguments (multiple, coordinative, and subordinative); the six types of inductive inference (example, analogy, sign, cause, commonplaces, and form); and such strategic issues as patterns of attack and defense, choices of language and style, and fallacies to avoid, including the surprising insight that the exact same pattern of inference can sometimes be fallacious and sometimes valid, depending on circumstances.

    Sound Argumentation: Antidote to Destructive Behaviors

    Throughout Argumentation, Professor Zarefsky never loses sight of the purpose of sound argumentation. "Argumentation legitimizes freedom of speech and makes it work to a constructive purpose," thereby preventing a debasing trend in which bad arguments drive out good.

    Professor Zarefsky notes that a June 2005 op-ed piece in The New York Times suggested that argumentation may be a lost art. The article pointed out that people increasingly interact only with those who already agree with them; that differences of opinion are treated as unbridgeable; and that attempts to persuade are cloaked in deception. The result is fewer opportunities for compromise, deliberation, and mutual understanding. "Understanding and practicing argumentation is the antidote to these destructive behaviors," says Professor Zarefsky. The crucial difference that makes arguments productive, instead of futile, is an appreciation for the principles that underlie this common, vital human activity. MsSVig

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    Speaker Bio

    Dr. John Latourette is  author of the self-published martial art instructional book "Speed Hitting: How to Hit a Man in 10 seconds or less" He later went onto create the "Remote Influence"
    course for Nightingale-Conant. When not teaching martial arts, he specializes in teaching a hybrid of Kahuna, Energy Medicine, Field Therapy, EFT, Silva Mind Control and NLP.

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    Topics include:

    * Learn to control over your natural genius state discovered in 1912
    * Six powers of the mind and how to use them
    * Identify which of the 6 powers that your personality gravitates toward
    * Use your mind to multiply your intention $1,000 times
    * Copy mind processes of known geniuses who know how to block sabotage mastery
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    This is the first English language book on the ancient therapeutic technique 'Gua Sha'. It is a technique commonly used in Asia and Southeast Asia by TCM practitioners, Chinese families and individuals who know and use it as part of their 'health culture'. In Gua Sha, the skin is pressured in strokes i.e. scraped (but not broken) by a blunt edge (Chinese families used a spoon). This, in Western terms, raises extravasated blood and metabolic waste which collects in muscle tissue, and encourages its departure. Gua Sha is often used to counteract muscle strain through athletic injury, back pain, and conditions beyond muscle injury alone. The result, visually, is livid discolouration of the skin which subsides in a few days, considerably faster than a bruise. For this reason practitioners in the West have been afraid of using it. However it can be a very useful technique to know how to use, and will enhance the skills of any practitioner using it while giving them another treatment method to help increase their clinical skills.This book brings the technique alive for Western practitioners, with clear discussion of how to do it - including correct technique, appropriate application, and difficulties to bear in mind - and when to use it, and superb colour illustrations and specially commissioned line drawings to demonstrate the technique. The author is an expert practitioner of 'Gua Sha'.

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    Cui Yueli, President, National Traditional Chinese Medical Association wrote:

    Practical Therapeutics is equally valuable for students, practitioners, and scholars. Students will appreciate the clear instructions and the useful clinical details. Practitioners will be pleased to find China's specific clinical protocols, not merely general didactic models. Scholars will be pleased to discover the first English language treatment text produced to university standards.

    Practical Therapeutics of Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the actual practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the medical centers of the People's Republic of China. Over 100 general conditions are differentiated according to patterns, referenced to similar biomedical conditions, and discussed in terms of etiology and pathogenesis. Treatment by acupuncture and moxibustion, individualized decoctions or prepared formulas, as well as ancillary methods such as ear acupuncture, are described where they are considered important in modern Chinese practice. Formula emendations and auxiliary points are noted for specific clinical signs. The author's remarks lucidly clarify areas of integration with biomedicine and the subtle diagnostic clues that can make the difference between clinical success and failure.

    The text is succinct and particularly easy to use and read, with a clean and compact design. The clarity of the clinical definitions will be very useful to the student. Practitioners trained with different texts in different programs will have no difficulty finding or understanding the information.

    Scholars and advanced practitioners will appreciate the care with which the information has been prepared. Each and every concept in the Chinese language is preserved in English, giving the text an intimate relation to supporting theoretical and clinical literature.

    This is a no-nonsense clinical guide that gives anyone who needs to know modern Chinese practice the precise, cross-referenced clinical information they require. To insure greater accuracy, Practical Therapeutics of Traditional Chinese Medicine is an original text specifically written in Chinese for translation to English. Dr. Yan Wu is a linguist and physician and Dr. Fischer is a practitioner in British Columbia who graduated from a T.C.M. program usually reserved for native Chinese medical students. Dr. Yan Wu currently serves as a visiting professor at the Pacific Institute of Chinese Medicine in New York, and is a tenured faculty member at Peili College in China.

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    Japan's Spiritual Heart


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    In The Essence of Shinto, revered Shinto master Motohisa Yamakage explains the core values of Shinto and explores both basic tenets and its more esoteric points in terms readily accessible to the modern Western reader. He shows how the long history of Shintoism is deeply woven into the fabric of Japanese spirituality and mythology--indeed, it is regarded as Japan's very spiritual roots--and discusses its role in modern Japan and the world. He also carefully analyzes the relationship of the spirit and the soul, which will provide informed and invaluable insight into how spirituality affects our daily existence. Through the author's emphasis on the universality of Shinto and its prevalence in the natural world, the book will appeal to all readers with an appreciation of humanity's place in nature and the individual's role in the larger society.


    *just as a note the Shinto in this book is mostly based on Yamakage Shinto, a Shintokei shinshuukyou (Shinto-style new religion); a particular sect of Shinto. There is however a lot of good general information within the book as well so it is definitely still worth a read. :-)

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    Jason Miller - Advanced Planetary Magic



    Chances are that you already know a lot about the magic of the planets. You know how they act as gates that you rise through the spheres through. You know that they are mapped onto the Tree Of Life and you know which Sephira they relate to. You know that Venus is for love, Jupiter is for wealth, and Mars is for kicking butt. You know that everyone goes bananas when Mercury goes retrograde. There are tons of books explaining all this. It doesn’t need to be said again. I will not waste your time.

    This book is different.

    This 62 page book is designed to take your planetary work to the next level. Covered within is:

     
  • How the Greek Vowels act as seed syllables of the planets, and four possible arrangements for working with them.
       
  • A full explanation of the seven Strategic Planetary Seals that have been introduced in my books and courses.
       
  • Methods for empowering and healing the body with planetary force.
     
  • Methods of optimizing planetary influences at any given time.
       
  • The 49 Interplanetary Calls – short invocations and spells that fully explore the planetary combinations to achieve more nuanced and powerful results.
     
  • Audio files of me reading the 49 calls.

    Here are a couple blurbs from other authors that have read advanced copies:

    “This is big. Jason has filled a gap that even I contributed to creating, and that is practical instructions on exactly how to pronounce these words and vowel strings. The audio portion by itself is going to be a treasure to anyone wants to use his system, my system, or the PGM itself. For that reason alone I would recommend anyone that bought my book to definitely pick this set up. I love that it is practical magic tied together the celestial. The planetary and the practical opening up an avenue through which anyone with sufficient will can tap into the power of the planets for very specific goals. This kicks ass, for lack of a more eloquent term.”
    - Michael Cecchetelli, author of The Book of Abrasax and The Crossed Keys

    “What you’ve put together is a set of tools to sculpt your reality, and it puts into words and methods ways to work with the forces of the planets that is highly advanced”
    - Frater Rufus Opus, author of the Modern Angelic Grimoire




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    Herbal Rituals: Recipes for Everyday Living

    By Judith Berger
    Published by St. Martin's Griffin, 1999
    ISBN 0312243014, 978-0312243012

    Herbals, Cottage/Kitchen/Hedge Witchery, Wisewoman Craft, Practical Cures

    Description Yoinked from GoodReads: This book records a year-long journey into the earth's natural cycles as they unfold in New York City. Each monthly section discusses one herb in detail -- how and where it grows and what it does -- and presents recipes for simple teas, lotions, and foods, along with rituals appropriate to the season that can bring your life back into harmony with the moods of nature. Even in the city, the constant presence of the natural world and the use of herbs can be a touchstone to lead both body and soul back to a natural cadence.


    A Note for the menfolk from Vix -  the author talks a lot about women's issues like menopause, mid-wiving, and whatnot. The phrase "sacred menstruation" is used in a non-ironic fashion. Be ready for that. Still, I think it's a worthwhile read for anybody.

    There is an AMAZING amount of herblore and practical herb usage packed into this book. Seriously. I'm still digesting all of the information and plan to put everything I've learned into practice as an aspirant Wisewoman.

    Even if you just want to know a good plant for putting on a burn or insect bite or bee sting...this book has you covered.

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    Speaker Bio

    Dr. John Latourette is  author of the self-published martial art instructional book "Speed Hitting: How to Hit a Man in 10 seconds or less" He later went onto create the "Remote Influence"
    course for Nightingale-Conant. When not teaching martial arts, he specializes in teaching a hybrid of Kahuna, Energy Medicine, Field Therapy, EFT, Silva Mind Control and NLP.

    Course Promotional Material

    "(SEMINAR) The LIVE Advanced Mind Power + Psychic Power Mind Autogenics  2 Day Event"

    http://www.johnlatourrette.com/seminar/are-you-a-lazy-bastar...

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    This is website rip of video with the PDF handouts. It is an edited video streaming of a live seminar, even though the advertisement implies live streaming.  Latourrette's lecture style may be offputting and offensive. This torrent strictly has the FLV files only.  For MP4 videos, the link is here  http://theoccult.bz/details.php?id=44908

    Topics include:

    * Learn to control over your natural genius state discovered in 1912
    * Six powers of the mind and how to use them
    * Identify which of the 6 powers that your personality gravitates toward
    * Use your mind to multiply your intention $1,000 times
    * Copy mind processes of known geniuses who know how to block sabotage mastery
    of their energy fields MsSVig

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    The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha: A Complete Translation of the Anguttara Nikaya

    Note: Finally in retail quality for all to enjoy!

    This much-anticipated volume contains a full translation from the Pali of the Anguttara Nikaya, the fourth collection of the canonical discourses of the Buddha. The primary focus of the Anguttara Nikaya is practice, which it treats from a wide-angle perspective, advancing from basic ethical observances, through the pillars of mind training, to the highest meditative attainments. The Anguttara is also distinguished among the Nikayas by its interest in types of persons, which it describes in detail and with memorable similes. The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha continues Wisdom's Teachings of the Buddha series, which has been praised by scholars and practitioners alike for its beautifully presented, highest quality, annotated translations of the words of the Buddha.

    Author: Bhikkhu Bodhi (Translator)

    Publisher: Wisdom Publications (October 16, 2012)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1614290407
    ISBN-13: 978-1614290407 MsSVig

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    Natalna astrologija: transkript seminara održanog u Beogradu oktobra 2002. godine

    Džon Froli je svetski poznat praktikant tradicionalne astrologije, koji živi i radi u Londonu, a ima klijente i
    studente na šest kontinenata. Autor je knjiga "Prava astrologija" (nagrada "Spika" za najbolju astrološku knjigu objavljenu u svetu u 2001. godini), "Primenjena prava astrologija" i "Sportska astrologija", urednik je časopisa "Astrološki šegrt", i tutor seminara o horarnoj, elekcionoj i tradicionalnoj natalnoj astrologiji.
    Pred vama je knjiga koja predstavlja transkript seminara o tradicionalnoj natalnoj astrologiji, koji je Džon Froli održao prilikom njegove druge posete Beogradu.

    John Frawley and Branka Stamenkovic on Natal Astrology: transcription of the seminar held in Belgrade in October 2002.
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    Book Description
    In this long-awaited sequel to The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruiz collaborates with his son, don Jose Ruiz, to offer another powerful agreement for transforming our lives. The fifth agreement encourages us to see the truth, to recover our authenticity, and to change the message we deliver not only to ourselves, but to everyone around us.
    The Four Agreements provides the foundation for breaking thousands of agreements that create needless suffering and with The Fifth Agreement you recover all the power of your authenticity, which is who you really are when you are born.

    Amazon Review
    Creating Your Personal Heaven
    "The Fifth Agreement" is the sequel to "The Four Agreements," which outlines a simple foundation for a happy life that anyone can implement regardless of one's religion or lack of one. They convey the core of the Toltec shamanic tradition in a nutshell: Be impeccable with your word; don't take things personally; don't make assumptions; and do your best.

    Don Miguel Ruiz wrote that bestseller 12 years ago, and now has written "The Fifth Agreement" with his son, don Jose. The fifth agreement is deceptively simple, yet incredibly profound. It states, "Be skeptical but learn to listen." While the first four agreements deal with our relationship to ourselves and how to create a happy life, the fifth agreement deals with our relationship to others, and how to create a better world.

    "The Fifth Agreement" asks us to be skeptical and use discernment when listening others, and to understand that everyone has his or her own perspective and agenda reflected in their words. It is up to us to discern the truth behind the words, but always to be respectful of another's right to his or her views, even if we don't share them. Each of us is the artist of our own life, the director of our own play, and we can make it an adventure or a drama - heaven or hell, it's up to us.

    The first part of the book reviews the first four agreements, discussing how the meanings we attribute to symbols define us culturally. The second part of the book delves into the more advanced concepts of the Toltec mystery school, including the Fifth Agreement, Victims, Warriors, Masters and Seers. All the concepts are explained in ways that anyone can understand and, hopefully, implement in one's life.

    I had the opportunity to ask don Miguel in an interview for New Consciousness Review why he didn't include the fifth agreement in his first book. He said, "It wasn't the time." The fact that he decided that it is now the time, implies that we are finally ready as a society to learn to listen to each other and to respect our differences. Combined with the prescription for living joyfully offered by the Four Agreements, we really could have heaven on earth. This powerful little book shows the way, and makes it all sound possible.
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    The Stages of Meditation
    by
    Acarya Vimalamitra


    Introduction and Translation
    by Lozang Jamspal, PhD



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    Vimalamitra wrote eight treatises, which are
    preserved in the Tangyur (bsTan 'gyur) collection. This
    present text is one of them and is found in the bsTan
    'gyur, dbu rna section volume "A" folio 397a to 419a.
    It has only the Tibetan title, Rim gyis 'jug pa'i sgpm don.
    The Sanskrit title Kramapravesikabhavanartha seems to
    have been reconstructed by the cataloguer according
    the meaning of the Tibetan title. It can be rendered in
    English ·as the Stages of Meditation, written as a short
    form of the three Stages of Meditations of Kamalasila.
    Instead of three different texts, Vimalamitra condensed
    the meanings into one single text.

    In order to demonstrate their humbleness both
    authors said, "I am like a blind person who doesn't
    know a lot about the meditations of quiescence and
    insight, but relying upon perfect words of the Buddha
    I explain it."

    cited from Introduction
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