Released on Categories Body, Mind & Spirit

Soul Works

Soul Works

Author: Linda Greyman

Publisher: Minds Journal Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9788195537204

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 266

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Soul Works is your wake up call, and your personal guide meant to illuminate your soul, tap into your intuition and improve your mental and emotional well-being. Developed by The Minds Journal, Soul Works is a collection of hand-picked articles written by mental health experts, life coaches and authors from around the world. It also features some of the best thoughts from The Minds Journal Community of awake and inspired individuals from all walks of life. In these pages you’ll discover: How to listen to what your soul is telling you How to find your purpose while navigating through life’s labyrinth How to overcome toxic relationships and build healthier ones How to heal yourself from abuse, trauma & emotional pain and find inner peace Soul Works is an inspiring and carefully created guide that emboldens you to develop a positive mindset, boost your self-esteem and find your true self. These highly valuable, informative, yet emotionally-rooted articles are meant to help you find your way towards a healthier relationship with yourself and others.
Released on 2018-04-27Categories Body, Mind & Spirit

SoulWorks

SoulWorks

Author: Jane Bailey Bain

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 9781785357145

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 168

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Your life has a thread. It tells where you’ve been and what you’ve done. It shows when one incident led to another. It explains how things turned out this way. But your life has a deeper pattern. This one links the people, places and events that matter to you. It shows how early experiences connect with later ones. It shows why incidents have significance and meaning. This deeper narrative is your soul story. It lets you see themes and patterns in your life. It helps you work out who you are... and where you want to be. Soul Works draws on profound insights from psychology and anthropology. It combines these with a wide range of applied tools and techniques. Blending spiritual insight with practical work, this is a handbook for creating, and living, your own life.
Released on 2009-06-04Categories Self-Help

Soul Work 101

Soul Work 101

Author: Glenn Stewart Coles

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781425189921

Category: Self-Help

Page: 303

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Are you ready to change your world? Transformation begins with awareness. Soulwork 101 provides enlightening articles and exercises that encourage self-growth. Contains new concepts, old ideas and intriguing questions.
Released on 2011-03-23Categories Self-Help

Stages of Higher Knowledge

Stages of Higher Knowledge

Author: Rudolph Steiner

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781446546475

Category: Self-Help

Page: 100

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Rudolf Joseph Lorenz Steiner (1861 – 1925) was an Austrian social reformer, philosopher, economist, architect, esotericist, and economist. He rose to celebrity during the latter part of the twentieth century as a literary critic and author of philosophical works, later founding a spiritual movement called “anthroposophy” which was heavily influenced by German theosophy and idealist philosophy. Originally published in 1930, this volume explains how different stages of material cognition and higher states of knowledge can be achieved through meditation, concentration exercises, and a connection to the spirit world. This fascinating book will appeal to those with an interest in spiritualism, and it is not to be missed by collectors of vintage spiritualist literature. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with the original text and artwork.
Released on 2012-12-06Categories Philosophy

Socratic ignorance

Socratic ignorance

Author: Edward G. Ballard

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789401194327

Category: Philosophy

Page: 189

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This book is intended to offer an interpretation of an important aspect of Plato's philosophy. The matter to be interpreted will be the Platonic myths and doctrines which bear upon self-knowledge and self-ignorance. It is difficult to say in a word just what sort of thing an interpretation is. Rather than attempting to provide a set of rules or meta-rules supposed to define the ideally perfect interpretation, several distinctions will be suggested. I should like to distinguish the philological scholar from the inter preter by saying that the latter uses what the former produces. The function of the scholarly examination of a text is to make an ancient (or foreign) writing available to the contemporary reader. The scholar solves grammatical, lexical, and historical problems and renders his author readable by the person who lacks this scholarly learning and technique. The function of the interpreter is to make use of such available writings in order to render their content more intelligible and useful to a given audience. Thus, he thinks through this content, explains, and re-expresses it in a form which can be easily related to problems, persons, doctrines, or events of another epoch or of another class of readers. At the minimum, the interpretation of a philosophic writing may be thought to prepare its teaching for application to matters which belong in another time or context. Detailed application of a doctrine is, of course, still another thing.