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The Five Pillars of Relationships : Being the Creator of Your Own World: Being the Creator of Your Own World

By: Peter Sammarco;

We need to see the good in ourselves in order to see the good in others. We need to allow others to be more of themselves. Love who you really are by going within. We need to love who we are and in doing so, we grow....

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Asamvedopanishad : Being Begins Where Bhaava Ends

By: Anamika Anonymous

This is the only authentic and complete edition of the Asamvedopanishad, which proclaims, "Being begins where bhaava ends" to reinforce the ancient upanishadic Nirguna/ Non-identity as both the Means and End of Self-Realization/ Enlightenment. The mind is all bhaava, fabricating endless identities, the network of Maayaa. The root identity, Ahambhaava, seals off Being/ Truth, which defies all identity. The Upanishad resurrects the sovereign Socratic Enlightenment, freeing it of the cobwebs of Plato's mediation and its tortuous system-building agenda. Nothing short of utter Honest Intelligence, unbound by tradition, culture, custom and their contending dogmas and doctrines, can lead to True Being. The Upanishad is severely critical of J. Krishnamurti and his faked-up freedom of hopping from perception to perception, moment to moment....

BEING BEGINS WHERE BHAAVA ENDS

Part I: ASAMVEDOPANISHAD Part II: SHUDDHA SATTVOPANISHAD

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A Shorter Comedy : The Divine Comedy of Dante Aligheiri (abridged)

By: Derek Philcox, Dr.; Andy Thesen, Ms., Editor

Description The author has completed his own translation of the Divine Comedy and finds that it is still hard for readers to manage the whole text. He has extracted what he feels is the main spiritual thread and worked with key passages. He has then given the original Italian alongside his translation into English and provided a narrative thread and annotations for clarity. Included in this edition is a talk he gave to the Summer School at the University of Cape Town Summer School on Misunderstanding Dante. ...

Excerpt INFERNO V They enter the second circle, the first of Hell proper, which encloses less space, (che men loco cinghia), than the previous one, but has so much greater pain, (tanto più dolor). Minos, the judge, guards the entrance, examines all the souls who are to enter and indicates to them to which circle they will descend. Cosi discesi del cerchio primaio And so I left the first, and to the second giù nel secondo, che men loco cinghia circle went below, where girth is less, e tanto più dolor, che pugne a guaio. but greater are the howls and moans of woe. ...

Table of Contents Misunderstanding Dante Inferno Purgatorio Paradiso

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Looking Back At Earth

By: Kline, Tony

A collection of the author's original poetry centered around the themes of spiritual search and individual identity in the modern world.

Loose, Shifting Ghost Incantation Soul’s Mirror Trying To Make It Behind the Words Reflection No One Mind and Its Light Babel’s Tower Core Remains Word The Book Grave Goods Stranger You Build the Tower Birthing Your Image The Singing Here The Name River We Can Listen Writing Me I Entered Lances The Kingdom of Nothing Folded Rock In-form Me What We Have Wing of an Eyelid Breaking Down Weighing Benedico Poetry Not Till I Touch You Blue Eyes of The Sea Daedalian The Poem City The Net The Voice If I Had Known Where Are The Leaves? Orpheus Looking Back At Earth Index of First Lines...

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