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A Model of Creation By Hans J Zeunert
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"A Model of Creation" builds up on the "Unified Mind Theory". Here, we take a closer look at the universe and we find It is reborn any given moment in time. With the help of a... More > five dimensional coordinate system we discover recessional velocity v is not absolute meaning everywhere the same, but relative which means being a function of location within the structure of our Galaxy stretching from v = c the speed of light in 4-D and where matter is condensed of Light, to v = -c also known as a "Black Hole". Matter is condensation of Radiation through a process of "Onestonian Energy Transformation" (E = mc squared). This is an ongoing process. It makes no sense measuring a fast expanding "cloud" and then claiming its expansionary rate to be true for us on earth where we enjoy maximum universal expansion at zero velocity, upsetting everyone. "Space-time modulation" is discussed as a means of instant communication between inner-galactic solar and/or planetary systems.< Less
Neurophilosophy of Consciousness, a Biopsychosocial Model By Dr. Angell O. de la Sierra, Esq.
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A provocative multidisciplinary approach to an understanding of introspective, self-consciousness as a survival strategy for the human species encompassing biologic, psychic, social aspects and their... More > attending scientific and philosophical abstractions.< Less
Neurophilosophy of Consciousness, a Biopsychosocial Model By Dr. Angell O. de la Sierra, Esq.
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A provocative multidisciplinary approach to an understanding of introspective, self-consciousness as a survival strategy for the human species encompassing biologic, psychic, social aspects and their... More > attending scientific and philosophical abstractions.< Less
A Model of Creation By Hans J Zeunert
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This paperback, just as we have with both issues of the "Unified Mind Theory" is identical to the hardcover issue, only its binding is different. Two books provide for a greater platform to... More > describe the same thing. One looks great on the shelf, while the less fancy copy may attract the prudent student. Enlightenment for 20 bucks! "A Model of Creation" shows us a new way to look at Creation, the universe and the formation of life. We are liberated from a narrow, 4-dimensional view of the world with its assumption of bigbang and antimatter as the foundation to its "evolution". We are lifted to a clearer vision where mass is recycled on a continuous basis and therefore by definition not real. "What is not now does not exist since reality does not change!" Creation is real. It is recessional velocity which drives and shapes the universe.< Less
Positive Habit Attraction Models By JUI MING CHANG
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Positive Habit Attraction Models Methods That Will Help You Construct Good Habits Easily. Habits are learned resolutions. When your brain works out how to get something accomplished, it saves... More > the resolution, which is rewarded whenever you employ it. Driving an auto, consuming a meal, and studying written text are all learned resolutions. It took you much effort to learn these skills, but now you are able to play back these known patterns rather than beginning from scratch each time. Habits are your minds approach to time management. It may be exceedingly inefficient for you to consciously choose how to spend each minute daily. Your conscious brain has better matters to attend to than solve the same issues again and again, so it assigns known issues to your subconscious in order to remember and apply the memorized resolutions.< Less
The Mind of a Sorcerer By Wulf Grimsson
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The Mind of a Sorcerer t considers the nature of Sorcery in the modern world and the various impediments which stop us working it successfully including the pernicious nature of consensus reality as... More > well as such problems as modernism, reductionism and syncretism. Wulf then examines the worldview of our ancestors which he calls the Mind of a Sorcerer can be awakened in the modern world. This model includes a deep understanding of the nature of the gods, the Imaginal, the permeability of the worlds, the fluidity of our essential nature and heathen concepts of time, aesthetics and polytheism. Wulf explores further the nature of the Mind of the Sorcerer examining the practises of Shamanism, the Way of the Warrior and the path to becoming more than human. Wulf considers the Sorcerer’s Body with an outline of further aspects of Androphile Tantra including Nyasa, Lingam Sorcery, Pain and Death Sorcery among other practises.< Less
The Mind of a Sorcerer By Wulf Grimsson
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The Mind of a Sorcerer considers the nature of Sorcery in the modern world and the various impediments which stop us working it successfully. Wulf considers the pernicious nature of consensus... More > reality as well as such problems as modernism, reductionism and syncretism. Wulf then examines the worldview of our ancestors and how this worldview, which he calls the Mind of a Sorcerer, can be awakened in the modern world. This model includes a deep understanding of the nature of the gods, the Imaginal, the permeability of the worlds, the fluidity of our essential nature and heathen concepts of time, aesthetics and polytheism. Wulf then examines the practises of Shamanism, the Way of the Warrior and the path to becoming more than human. Wulf also considers the Sorcerer’s Body with an outline of further aspects of Androphile Tantra including Nyasa, Lingam Sorcery, Pain and Death Sorcery among other practises.< Less
The Mind of a Sorcerer By Wulf Grimsson
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The Mind of a Sorcerer considers the nature of Sorcery in the modern world and the various impediments which stop us working it successfully. Wulf considers the pernicious nature of consensus... More > reality as well as such problems as modernism, reductionism and syncretism. Wulf then examines the worldview of our ancestors and how this worldview, which he calls the Mind of a Sorcerer, can be awakened in the modern world. This model includes a deep understanding of the nature of the gods, the Imaginal, the permeability of the worlds, the fluidity of our essential nature and heathen concepts of time, aesthetics and polytheism. Wulf then examines the practises of Shamanism, the Way of the Warrior and the path to becoming more than human. Wulf also considers the Sorcerer’s Body with an outline of further aspects of Androphile Tantra including Nyasa, Lingam Sorcery, Pain and Death Sorcery among other practises.< Less
Mindful Spirit By Dennis T. Maglinte
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On the journey of self, it is easy to want to look to others and emulate the behaviors, thoughts and words of those we deem as having achieved enlightenment or some divine virtue or understanding.... More > It's easy to model ourselves against those we deem important, but in doing so perhaps we lose a part of ourselves. It becomes easier to blame ourselves or others when things don't quite work out, or we do not achieve our expectations or goals. Silence and patience suddenly becomes our enemy, and rather than battling against the outside world, the struggle turns inward. We want so much to achieve, without quite knowing what exactly it is that we want to achieve, that rather than enjoying life as it comes, we try to change it. Like pressing against a brick wall, our energy is wasted, and once again we are faced with ourselves. Not everyone is our enemy. What prevents us from seeing our true selves is being our true self. We must become mindful of not only the things we do, but the things we do not do...< Less
Mindful Spirit By Dennis T. Maglinte
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On the journey of self, it is easy to want to look to others and emulate the behaviors, thoughts and words of those we deem as having achieved enlightenment or some divine virtue or understanding.... More > It's easy to model ourselves against those we deem important, but in doing so perhaps we lose a part of ourselves. It becomes easier to blame ourselves or others when things don't quite work out, or we do not achieve our expectations or goals. Silence and patience suddenly becomes our enemy, and rather than battling against the outside world, the struggle turns inward. We want so much to achieve, without quite knowing what exactly it is that we want to achieve, that rather than enjoying life as it comes, we try to change it. Like pressing against a brick wall, our energy is wasted, and once again we are faced with ourselves. Not everyone is our enemy. What prevents us from seeing our true selves is being our true self. We must become mindful of not only the things we do, but the things we do not do...< Less