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Low-Carbon Building Method v4 Supplement 2 By Guillaume FABRE
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Additional guidance for using the Low-Carbon Building Method on interior decoration projects.
Low-Carbon Building Method v4 Supplement 1 By Guillaume FABRE
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Additional guidance to the Low-Carbon Building Method for assessing the carbon reduction performance of building projects.
The Night Journey: Witchcraft As Transformation By Yvonne Aburrow
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This book is aimed at witches who want to deepen their engagement with their Craft. It explores modes and types of ritual; how rituals work; the uses of sound and silence in ritual; the witch’s... More > journey through life; the stages and pitfalls of the inner work. It shows how Queer Witchcraft is an inherent aspect of the archetype of the witch; how witchcraft relates to the land; witchcraft as resistance to oppression; working with ancestors; the witch’s pact with spiritual powers; the relationship between madness, shamanism, and witchcraft; and the concept of the night journey, another very old image from the history of witchcraft; how to use insights gained from the practice of witchcraft in everyday life; group dynamics; being a coven leader; teaching and learning in a coven; egregore, lineage, upline, and downline; power and authority; the process of challenging oppression; how to evaluate your Craft; the meaning and purpose of ‘spirituality’, religion, and magic; the archetype of the witch and what it means.< Less
Folds and Furrows By Kim Vose Jones
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We live in a world in which the body is both protected and exposed. The concept of embodied life experience is addressed in this thesis, with reflections on themes of abjection, the sublime, and... More > external technological interventions (or corruptions) of biotic processes. The practice of immersive installation art is discussed and illustrated via works entitled A Farewell to Flesh and I felt it shelter to speak to you. It is intended as a poetic and theoretical meditation on the concept of transition and transformation as expressed through the utilization, upsetting, and questioning of binary oppositions. It evokes the complexities of embodied experience through critical engagement with the concept of “in-between.” Transformative experiences can include physical transitions, yet they can also have political, social and spiritual implications. Emotional states, corporeal functions, sexuality, and life processes are here expressed through biomorphic, fiber- based sculptural installation.< Less
Folds and Furrows By Kim Vose Jones
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We live in a world in which the body is both protected and exposed. The concept of embodied life experience is addressed in this thesis, with reflections on themes of abjection, the sublime, and... More > external technological interventions (or corruptions) of biotic processes. The practice of immersive installation art is discussed and illustrated via works entitled A Farewell to Flesh and I felt it shelter to speak to you. It is intended as a poetic and theoretical meditation on the concept of transition and transformation as expressed through the utilization, upsetting, and questioning of binary oppositions. It evokes the complexities of embodied experience through critical engagement with the concept of “in-between.” Transformative experiences can include physical transitions, yet they can also have political, social and spiritual implications. Emotional states, corporeal functions, sexuality, and life processes are here expressed through biomorphic, fiber- based sculptural installation.< Less
Middle Way Philosophy 3: The Integration of Meaning By Robert M. Ellis
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This third volume of the Middle Way Philosophy series applies the revolutionary view, taken from cognitive science, that meaning is found in our bodies rather than in a relationship between language... More > and reality. The cognitive meaning found in dictionaries and the emotive 'meaning of life' cannot be separated. This approach reveals the basic error of the metaphysical views that depend on absolute cognitive meaning. It also provides the basis for an account of how we can integrate meaning. Each new time we connect an experience to a symbol we extend meaning in a way that gives us more resources to develop more adequate beliefs. The practice of integrating meaning can be promoted by the arts, meditation and focusing, and can also involve working to resolve archetypes. Middle Way Philosophy was first developed by Robert M Ellis in a Ph.D. thesis, and he has now founded the Middle Way Society for the development and practice of the Middle Way beyond religious tradition.< Less
A Question of Image By Bob Horrocks
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A journey through concepts of image and theology to examine some hugely contentious issues which are all bound up with our view of the body. The Bible states that humankind were created in the image... More > of God. How do we reflect and distort that image? If Christians view Jesus as God in the flesh how does that impact on our view of the body? In an age where body image seems to be at the forefront of so many problems and body shaming is on the increase how do we work through these issues? Can theology help us to come to a balanced understanding of our intrinsic value as human beings and help us to accept our bodies as precious creations reflecting the image of God within us?< Less
Dark Mirror: the inner work of witchcraft By Yvonne Aburrow
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Inner work is a name commonly given to the inner processes that happen in ritual. It can also mean the transformation of the psyche that comes about through engaging in religious ritual. However, the... More > best kind of inner work also has an effect outside the individual and outside the circle. When rituals are focused only on self-development, they tend to be a bit too introspective. Ritual is about creating and maintaining relationships and connections – between body, mind, and spirit; with the Earth, Nature, the land, the spirit world, the community, and friends. It is about making meaning, weaving a web of symbolism, story, mythology, meaning, community, and love. Creating a community that welcomes and celebrates diversity. Creating strong and authentic identity to resist the pressures of consumerism and commercialism and capitalism. Weaving relationship with other beings: humans, animals, birds, spirits, deities.< Less
Dark Mirror - The Inner Work of Witchcraft By Yvonne Aburrow
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Inner work is a name commonly given to the inner processes that happen in ritual. It can also mean the transformation of the psyche that comes about through engaging in religious ritual. However, the... More > best kind of inner work also has an effect outside the individual and outside the circle. When rituals are focused only on self-development, they tend to be a bit too introspective. Ritual is about creating and maintaining relationships and connections – between body, mind, and spirit; with the Earth, Nature, the land, the spirit world, the community, and friends. It is about making meaning, weaving a web of symbolism, story, mythology, meaning, community, and love. Creating a community that welcomes and celebrates diversity. Creating strong and authentic identity to resist the pressures of consumerism and commercialism and capitalism. Weaving relationship with other beings: humans, animals, birds, spirits, deities.< Less
Tri Mantra By Dada Bhagwan
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The religions of the world preserve the knowledge and protect the secrets of ancient powerful mantras. At the heart of world religion, and among the most powerful mantras in the history of religion,... More > is the Navkar mantra, or Trimantra. In the book “Trimantra”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan explains the Trimantra, its mantra meaning, and the extraordinary benefits of its recitation. Whether wishing to live with no worry while facing problems in everyday life, wondering how to get inner peace, or on a spiritual quest seeking spiritual enlightenment (self realization), utilizing Trimantra provides that – and more. Among the many spiritual books available today, Dadashri’s spiritual guidance about the value of Trimantra, and how to best access its spiritual power, is invaluable.< Less

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