Le Jardin de Perelandra
Voilà un livre que tout jardinier désireux de travailler en partenariat conscient avec les intelligences de la nature va aimer lire. Résultat de l'expérience quotidienne de M.S.Wright, ce livre donne tout ce qui permet de revisiter pratiquement le jardinage biologique traditionnel et développer une autre relation à notre environnement et à la nature. C'est aussi un livre de joie de vivre. Appuyé par de nombreuses communications directes avec la nature, ce texte nous relie à la loi universelle de la nature pour tous les jardins traditionnels développés dans le sol, mais aussi à tout "jardin" relevant de l'expérience de la vie.
Exp riences Extraordinaires de l Invisible
Comment vivre sa médiumnité ? Que dire â nos défunts pour qu'ils soient en paix ? Peut-on retrouver ses vies antérieures ? Comment notre conscience influence-t-elle notre karma ? Bien des questions trouvent des réponses ici, au fil de ces récits authentiques. Dans un dialogue vivant et joyeux, deux thérapeutes confirmées, Claire et Chiara, évoquent ces expériences, et les éclairent. Médiumnité, Karma, Vies antérieures, Niveaux de conscience, Ames errantes, Expériences de Mort Imminente : L'auteure nous présente un paysage exceptionnel de la vie, de l'après vie, des échanges entre les deux, et donne du sens à l'un et à l'autre. Dans ce Me siècle dit "spirituel", ces Expériences Extraordinaires sont une véritable initiation : Et si "réussir sa vie" passait aussi par "comprendre les enjeux invisibles qui nous entourent" ? Ouverture bienveillante, approche claire et émouvante : cet ouvrage attrayant et accessible à tous saura vous captiver !
Livres de France
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Perelandra Garden Workbook
Machaelle Small Wright A été écrit sous une forme ou une autre pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie. Vous pouvez trouver autant d'inspiration de Perelandra Garden Workbook Aussi informatif et amusant. Cliquez sur le bouton TÉLÉCHARGER ou Lire en ligne pour obtenir gratuitement le livre de titre $ gratuitement.
Galaxies A Very Short Introduction
Galaxies are the building blocks of the Universe: standing like islands in space, each is made up of many hundreds of millions of stars in which the chemical elements are made, around which planets form, and where on at least one of those planets intelligent life has emerged. Our own galaxy, the Milky Way, is just one of several hundred million other galaxies that we can now observe through our telescopes. Yet it was only in the 1920s that we realised that there is more to the Universe than the Milky Way, and that there were in fact other 'islands' out there. In many ways, modern astronomy began with this discovery, and the story of galaxies is therefore the story of modern astronomy. Since then, many exciting discoveries have been made about our own galaxy and about those beyond: how a supermassive black hole lurks at the centre of every galaxy, for example, how enormous forces are released when galaxies collide, how distant galaxies provide a window on the early Universe, and what the formation of young galaxies can tell us about the mysteries of Cold Dark Matter. In this Very Short Introduction, renowned science writer John Gribbin describes the extraordinary things that astronomers are learning about galaxies, and explains how this can shed light on the origins and structure of the Universe. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.
Angkor is a fascinating, mysterious site, twice the size of Paris. Protected by UNESCO as part of humanity's common heritage, it is truly unique. This new guide by Jean Laur, former Director of Monuments at the site, explores the history and significance of Angkor in great depth. It is the first scholarly work to review the site of Angkor since the 1940s. The author's great familiarity with the people and culture of Cambodia and his grasp of the Khmer language means he is perfectly situated to place the monuments in their historical, cultural, and artistic context, providing a fascinating, thoroughly documented, yet accessible guide to the individual ruins. He covers over one hundred temples in great depth, giving details of the construction methods and materials used and describing their elaborate ornamentation. The work also includes numerous maps, plans, and details of the bas reliefs and sculptures, drawn by the author himself. The guide also contains more general information on visiting Cambodia, and the history of the Khmer people and their art. As Southeast Asia in general, and Cambodia in particular, open up to visitors after decades of unrest, this guide is perfectly timed to introduce a greater understanding of the significance of this fascinating site.
Double Bass Drum Integration
(Berklee Guide). Integrate double bass drums into your beats. Two bass drums give you more power, speed, and flexibility, allowing you to create new dimensions of drumbeats. These timetables and other road-tested exercises methodically introduce the double pedal patterns into your beats, helping you play them intuitively, and revealing the possibilities of double bass drums. You get access to 38 online audio tracks for download or streaming, using the unique code inside this book. This will ensure you understand how each exercise could sound. These pedaling techniques and patterns will be useful in helping you to keep time, and playing solos and fills in jazz, funk, rock, world and any style of drumming. Online audio is accessed at (a href="http://www.halleonard.com/mylibrary" target="_blank")halleonard.com/mylibrary(/a)
Kinship and Culture
At one time Francis L.K. Hsu put forth a hypothesis on kinship that proposed a functional relationship between particular kinship systems and behavior patterns in particular cultural contexts. The controversy provoked among cultural anthropologists by this hypothesis is reflected in this book, which points the way toward more fruitful investigations of kinship in cultural and psychological anthropology. Hsu's hypothesis offers an alternative to the study of kinship as a mathematical game and to the treatment of fragmentary aspects of child-rearing practices as major causal factors in culture. Considering the kinship system as the psychological factory of culture, Hsu's aim is to discover the crucial forces in each system that shape the interpersonal orientation of the individual, which forms the individual's basis for adequate functioning as a member of his society and which, in turn, provides his culture with a basis for continuity and change. His central hypothesis is that the attributes of the dominant dyads in a given kinship system (such as father-son or mother-daughter) tend to determine the attitudes and action patterns that the individual in such a system develops toward other relationships in that system as well as toward his relationships outside of it. The topics are varied, ranging from the link between dyadic dominance and household maintenance, to role dilemmas and father-son dominance, to sex-role identity and dominant kinship relationships. The editor has contributed an introduction, an original essay on kinship and patterns of social cohesion, and a summary chapter to bring coherence to the diversity of opinion stated. This new presentation of Hsu's hypothesis, together with its discussion by eminent anthropologists and its recommendations for future research in the area, is an important addition to the literature on kinship. Francis L.K. Hsu (1909-1999) was professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of San Francisco and before that chairman of the department of anthropology, Northwestern University. Concentrating mainly in two related areas, psychological anthropology and the comparative study of large civilizations, Hsu did fieldwork in China, Japan, India, and the United States. He was also president of the American Anthropological Association.
San Sombr ro
Often described as "the Venice of Central America" due to the fact that many of its coastal cities are sinking, the sun-baked island of San Sombrero offers something for everyone.