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Kabbalah for Beginners

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...nIcles .............................................................. 15 Stage one ................................................................... ........................................................................ 16 Stage Two ................................................................... .........................................................................23 Stage Three ................................................................. ...ntradicted everything his contempo- - Perhaps one of the best known Native American traditions is the Council Circle. Here, the members sit in a cir... ... persons, and even cab drivers. In Kabbalah, a giving degree is considered male and a receiving degree is considered female. Within each degree ther... ...ered female. Within each degree there are states in which it is acting as male or as female; hence, we sometimes refer to a certain degree as male,... ...h. The only two exceptions to this rule are the Crer r ator, who is always male, being the source, and Creation, which is always female, since she re... ...couples, whose numbers have been declining for decades as a proportion of American households, have finally slipped into a minority, according to an... ...o the New England Journal of Medicine, “Annu- - ally, more than 46 million Americans, ages 15-54, suffer from depressive episodes.” And the Archives ...

...ued the ways of many great Kabbalists throughout the generations before them. The goal of this book is to assist individuals in confronting the first stages of the spiritual realm. This unique method of study, which encourages sharing this wisdom with others, not only helps overcome the trials and tribulations of everyday life, but initiates a process in which individuals ...

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The Life of John Sterling

By: Thomas Carlyle

...s eyes, and of all his ways and movements. I have a Picture of him at this stage; a little portrait, which carries its verification with it. In manhoo... ...n his way homeward. CHAPTER IV UNIVERSITIES: GLASGOW; CAMBRIDGE At a later stage, John had some instruction from a Dr. Waite at Blackheath; and lastly... ... those years in those localities! I do not find that Sterling had, at that stage, adopted the then prevalent Utilitarian theory of human things. But n... ...erling never spoke a word of this affair in after-days, nor was any of the actors much tempted to speak. We can understand too well that here were you... ...er-in-law; wed- ded Mrs. Sterling’s younger sister,—a gentle excellent fe- male soul; by whom the relation was, in many ways, strengthened and beautif... ...t kinds; and three or four hundred English ladies, and not so many foreign male spectators; so that the place looked empty. The Cardinals in scarlet, ... ...s compels them to be their own architects, machinists, scene-painters, and actors! In fact, the artifice succeeds,—becomes grounded in the substance o... .... ’—The favorite device on the walls at Naples is a vermilion Picture of a Male and Female Soul respec- tively up to the waist (the waist of a soul) i... ...a disastrous shadow hanging over it, not to be cleared away by effort. Two American gentlemen, acquaintances also of mine, had been recommended to him...

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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

By: Thomas Hutchinson

...k. I shall endeavour to extract, from the midst of insult and contempt and maledictions, those admonitions which may tend to correct whatever imperfec... .... The belief which some superstitious persons whom I have brought upon the stage entertain of the Deity, as injurious to the character of his benevole... ...t through the evening light As mine do now in thy beloved smile. Cancelled Stage Directions. (following 1._221.) The sound beneath as of earthquake an... ...inently fearful and monstrous: anything like a dry exhibition of it on the stage would be insupportable. The person who would treat such a subject mus... ...ces); and in all re- spects it is fitted only for Covent Garden. The chief male character I confess I should be very unwilling that any one but Kean s... ...ome fa la luna:— So thought Boccaccio, whose sweet words might cure a _330 Male prude, like you, from what you now endure, a Low-tide in soul, like a ... ...elf be mortal! Woe is me! Whence are we, and why are we? of what scene The actors or spectators? Great and mean _185 Meet ... ... the revolution eight hundred students, and among them several Germans and Americans. The munificence and energy of many of the Greek princes and merc... ... reported that this Messiah had arrived at a seaport near Lacedaemon in an American brig. The association of names and ideas is irresistibly ludicrous...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

..., University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1953. The Spiritual Legacy of The American Indian, by Joseph Epes Brown. © 1982 by Joseph Epes Brown. Reprint... ..., New York, 1972. The paper by Paul Radin “The Religious Experiences of an American Indian” was published in Eranos 18-1950, © Eranos Foundation, Asco... ...ological Mechanism In Mysticism Contrasting Viewpoints A Chorus Of Powers: American Indian Belief 176 Orenda Deity And Pantheon Time, Space, Direction... ...ft me with a sense of coldness, making me feel a total outsider watching a stage play without a beginning, middle or end, in which I could only be par... ...but it could as easily have been a New Guinea shaman telling her about the malevolent spirit of her dead grandfather. Or a Christian priest warning he... ..., and contributed to the remainder of the book as well, throughout all its stages of preparation. The Conclusion is in many ways a summary of what has... ...us cultures developed the early Hebrew reli- gious culture. In its initial stages Hebrew religious culture was organized along clan and village/city l... ...a role for women proved difficult. Buddhism was a child of its times, when male domination was even more prevalent and taken for granted than now. Ver... ...lace in the religious system determine their social status? The origins of male dominance are lost in the mists of time, proposed explanations are mer...

...What Is Religion? 1Buddhism 16Christianity 59Mysticism 118A Chorus Of Powers: American Indian Belief 176The Sacred Land: Australian Aboriginal Religion 238Conclusion 277References 293The Collected Works Of Carl Jung 299...

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The Note Book of an English Opium-Eater

By: Thomas de Quincey

............... 87 THE ANTIGONE OF SOPHOCLES, AS REPRESENTED ON THE EDINBURGH STAGE . 98 THE MARQUESS WELLESLEY 1 .......................................... ...alamity, inevitably, and with- out restraint, we go on to consider it as a stage spectacle. Exclamations of—How grand! How magnificent! arise in a sor... ...nd then would come the rush up-stairs. Against this, as the only dangerous stage in the transaction, the murderer would have specially prepared. Mrs. ... ...ge line of sea-board (stretching through twenty-four hundred miles) of the American United States; may enjoy fifty years for lei- surely repentance; a... ... that, as the chorus sometimes intermingles too much in the action, so the actors sometimes intermingle in the business of the chorus. Now, when you a... ...e maternal ancestors of the present Wellesleys. Garret Wellesley, the last male heir of the direct line, in the year 1745, left his whole estate to on... ... well known upon that coast; and ‘faults’ may be a flash term for what the Americans call ‘notions.’ A part of the cargo it clearly is; and one is not... ... by persons who were not merely contemporary with the great civil war, but actors and even leaders in its principal scenes—there is hardly one which d... ...informer? A French- man, reader, —M. Simond; and though now by adoption an American citizen, yet still French in his heart and in all his prejudices. ...

.......................................................................................... 87 THE ANTIGONE OF SOPHOCLES, AS REPRESENTED ON THE EDINBURGH STAGE . 98 THE MARQUESS WELLESLEY 1 ............................................................................................ 125 MILTON VERSUS SOUTHEY AND LANDOR ..............................................................

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...de and supersede one's moral obligations towards non- affiliated humans. Thus, an American's moral obligation to safeguard the lives of American f... ...igation to save the lives of innocent civilians, however numerous, if they are not Americans. The larger the number of positive self-definitions I ... ...ical Islamists are now advocating the mass slaughter of Westerners, particularly of Americans and Israelis, regardless of age, gender, and alleged c... ...nd the ability to feel pain? Historically, philosophers like Kant (and Descartes, Malebranche, and Aquinas) rejected the idea of animal rights. Th... ...sitizes us to human suffering and makes us more prone to using violence on humans. Malebranche augmented this line of thinking by "proving" that an... ...and suffering, as we all know, are the exclusive outcomes of Adam's sins. Kant and Malebranche may have been wrong. Animals may be able to suffer a... ...these problems are averted. Therapeutic cloning has vast untapped - though at this stage still remote - potential to improve the lives of hundreds ... ...y deleterious. We can render a system dysfunctional by inhibiting or reversing any stage in the complex processes involved - or by preventing the e... ...s "how are the laws applied". If a bias exists, if a party is favoured it is at the stage of administering justice and the impartiality of the arbit...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...the crop to ripen. In cultivating flooded fields, the heaviest and hardest stage is the ploughing, but in swidden cultivation, the vegetation must be ... ...inese extraction. From the perspective of this book, the city takes centre stage during celebrations of great annual festivals, and it includes pictur... ...widdens have become gardens where forest that has barely reached the scrub stage is burned, and soil fertility is maintained by fertilizers. Efforts h... ...s to use genetic modification to produce and patent a variety suitable for American conditions. Potential cultivation of Jasmine rice by American supe... ...vely to men. Women have done sewing and handicrafts, but tailors are often male, as was the case in Finnish villages; today, young men are already see... ... produced, and they have rather tended to be TV serials; cinemas show many American movies as is the case elsewhere in Asia. From citizen to gl... ...ar, the groom on the bride's right. Each has their assistants, the groom a male best man, the bride one or two bridesmaids, who take charge of the mon... ...on, to deliver him a Songkran greeting. This ceremony was deemed to be too male-oriented, and a new celebratory tradition was created to better reflec... ... US army during the Korean war; sex trade has always flourished around all American military bases. In 1983, it was said that there was only one broth...

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The Soul Bearer

By: Jonathan Cross

... Uni­ versity. He was also required to maintain a rigorous teaching schedule in American Indian Culture and Artifacts. In addition, he had contracte... ...est. He of­ ten felt dumb in her presence when she started talking about Native American history. But right now all he could feel was how much he mi... ...m of a necklace draped smoothly just above her breast. A row of square, silver American Indian amulets diagonally circled her waist from the top of... ...arhan Cross Matloch was standing with Arthur Hill and Franklin Pierce just off stage and just out of sight of the spectators. Matloch pat­ ted Hill ... ...ou expect to raise those billions of dollars?" Richard motioned to someone off stage. Two hotel employ­ ees emerged unfurling a long banner. They un... ...oyant style was perfectly suited for Nicky's. It was a place for celebri­ ties, actors and Hollywood producers, deal makers, and men on the hunt for... ... impressed with you, Dr. Hawk. He's assigned us to do a story, you know ... the male, female angle." Emily Thompson wanted to slap him upside his he... ...right now, the stakes were high; very high. Pierce had spent years setting the stage, scripting every scene, and directing it with a deft hand. The... ... had a .357 Magnum pointed to his head. Pierce glanced at his watch, his prized actors would be arriving soon. The meeting would be taped and expert...

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Narcissistic and Psychopathic Leaders

By: Sam Vaknin

...passive-aggressive, and psychoneurotic personality disorders and types. The American Psychiatric Association, based in Washington D.C., USA, publish... ...mendments do not constitute a part of the text of the DSM-IV-TR, nor is the American Psychiatric Association (APA) associated with them in any way.]... ...tely 2-16 percent. Almost 75 percent of individuals diagnosed with NPD are male (AP A, DSM-IV-TR 2000)." [From the Abstract of Psychotherapeutic As... ...rder By Robert C. Schwartz, Ph.D., DAPA and Shannon D. Smith, Ph.D., DAPA (American Psychotherapy Association, Article #3004 Annals July/August 200... ...ecent research by Roy Baumeister. Is pathological narcissism a blessing or a malediction? The answer is: it depends. Healthy narcissism is a mature, ... ...of dark and stupendous forces. In every deviation from his tenets he espies malevolent and ominous subversion. He, therefore, is bent on disempower... ... self- worth (possibly an inferiority complex). Question: Do you believe the actors and reporters want themselves to be as famous as the celebrities ... ...to develop narcissism. It would seem reasonable to assume – though, at this stage, there is not a shred of proof – that the narcissist is born with ...

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The Chaplet of Pearls

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...light of steps leading into a square walled garden, with a couple of stone male and female ma- rine divinities accommodating their fishy extremities a... ...ng in indignant distress, and the bantering, indo- lent determination of a male annoyer. ‘Hark!’ exclaimed Berenger; ‘this must be seen to.’ ‘Have a c... ... a great and terrible tragedy, whose first act was being played out on the stage where they schemed and sported, like their own little drama, which wa... ...t in that weak, unwilling heart. It was not till the memoirs of the secret actors in this tragedy were brought to light that the key to these doings w... ...ble gallery accommodated the audience, and left full space beneath for the actors. Down the centre of the stage flowed a stream, broad enough to conta... ...dience, and left full space beneath for the actors. Down the centre of the stage flowed a stream, broad enough to contain a boat, which was plied by t... ...of Pearls galimatias of mythology, a pasteboard cloud was propelled on the stage, and disclosed the deities Mercury and Cupid, who made a complimentar... ... and he was no more than a French duke distantly related to royalty in the male line, and more nearly through his grandmother and bride. The eight hun... ...in general the scum of the nation—were apt to comport themselves more like American buccaneers than like champions of any form of religion. La Sableri...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...tisfied their pleasures differently. The infant's greatest pleasures were found in the mouth, in sucking and eating. This was called the oral stage ... ...ld's greatest joys and feelings of accomplishment were found in defecating, urinating, or in withholding these excrements. ―The next stage ... ...mother and of Electra‘s mother and her lover killing Electra‘s father, leaving her to be occupied by her father‘s memory. The latent stage ... ...ily member abuse and in prisoner abuse and torture? When I was at Stanford, Dr. Zimbardo, who was a psychologist, recruited a couple of dozen male s... ...‘t be surprised when young Germans tortured and killed for Hitler, when young Chinese and Cambodians killed for Mao or Pol Pot, or even young Americ... ...s certainly not a universal. Eleanor Roosevelt got hers from her brains, as did Marie Curie. But back to Ardrey. He gives many examples of how male a... ...on. Was it really just searching for orgasm? ―Some species are prepared to die for sex. The preying mantis bites off the head of its male m... ... in the vitamin D producing sun, could add the A and D to their skim milk. They don‘t, but are finally thinking about it—sixty years after the Americ... ...ental side, wartime British Prime Minister, historian and author Winston Churchill had a father who wrote of him ‗I have an idiot for a son.‘ Americ...

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The Varieties of Religious Experience

By: William James

... I take my place behind this desk, and face this learned au- dience. To us Americans, the experience of receiving instruction from the living voice, a... ...uous an act. Particularly must this be the case on a soil as sacred to the American imagination as that of Edinburgh. The glories of the philosophic c... ...n works of piety and autobiog- raphy. Interesting as the origins and early stages of a subject always are, yet when one seeks earnestly for its full s... ...rd a sweet savor;” we “taste and see that he is good.” “Spiritual milk for American babes, drawn from the breasts of both testaments,” is a sub-title ... ... piety do not reach back so far. And if fetishism and magic be regarded as stages of reli- gion, one may say that personal religion in the in- ward se... ...tion thus becomes a verbal one again; and our knowledge of all these early stages of thought and feeling is in any case so conjectural and imperfect t... ...on the sly, and this fact, together with my jealousy of another one of her male admirers and my own conscience despising me for my uncontrollable weak... ...h between the two Ideals. The carnivo- rous-minded “strong man,” the adult male and can- nibal, can see nothing but mouldiness and morbid- ness in the... ...Bad, between Friends and Foes, between Father and Child, Husband and Wife, Male or Female; but all would have been turned topsy-turvy, by being expose...

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Twice Told Tales

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...for a new St. Bartholomew!” cried others. “We are to be massacred, man and male child!” Neither was this rumor wholly discredited, although the wiser ... ...s of the congregation, many of the middle aged, and nearly all the younger males. Pearson found it difficult to sustain their united and disapproving ... ..., while she undid the door, and stood up in the sacred desk from which his maledictions had just been thundered. She then divested herself of the cloa... ...dition of the narrative, with a voice like a field preacher, when the mail stage drove into the village street. It had trav- elled all night, and must... ...alled me to his bedside, and gave me two dollars and fifty cents to pay my stage fare, and another dollar for my extra expenses. He then laid his pock... ...woke in the next street to his home, he is as effectually abroad as if the stage-coach had been whirl- ing him away all night. Yet, should he reappear... ...ge than General George Washington; and the other principal officers of the American army, such as Gates, Lee, Putnam, Schuyler, Ward and Heath, were r... ...ernard, and of the well-remembered Hutchinson; thereby confessing that the actors, whoever they might be, in this spectral march of governors, had suc... ...night. However this might be, such knowledge has never become general. The actors in the scene have vanished into deeper obscurity than even that wild...

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The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. : A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne : Written by Himself

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...SMOND, UP TO THE TIME OF HIS LEAVING TRIN- ITY COLLEGE, IN CAMBRIDGE. T HE ACTORS IN THE OLD TRAGEDIES, as we read, piped their iambics to a tune, spe... ...Castlewood (the second Viscount), of King Charles the First’s time, had no male issue save his one son, Eustace Esmond, who was killed, with half of t... ...ferring the title of Marquis of Esmond on my Lord Castlewood and the heirs-male of his body; his appointment as Lord-Lieutenant of the County, and Maj... ...and tearful eyes conveyed them. Then, perhaps, the pair reached that other stage which is not uncommon in married life, when the woman perceives that ... ...not to be imagined that Harry Esmond had all this experience at this early stage of his life, whereof he is now writing the history—many things here n... ...ordingly, he took leave of Castlewood, proposing to ride to London by easy stages, and lie two nights upon the road. His host treated him with a stud-... ...fiddlers, laced clothes, fine furniture, and parasites, Jew and Christian, male and female, who clung to him. As, according to the famous maxim of Mon... ...he lobby: and as he sat on the stage more people looked at him than at the actors, and watched him; and I remember at Ramillies, when he was hit and f... ... is independent in all but the name, (for that 350 Henry Esmond the North American colonies shall remain dependants on yon- der little island for twe...

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Memories and Portraits

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...an, is still to be heard, in its home country, in half a hundred vary- ing stages of transition. You may go all over the States, and – setting aside t... ...ll we eager him to eat of it himself. The same spirit inspired Miss Bird’s American missionaries, who had come thousands of miles to change the faith ... ... their ignorance of the religions they were trying to supplant. I quote an American in this connection without scruple. Uncle Sam is better than John ... ...the largest, to a clique of states; and the whole scope and atmosphere not American, but merely Yankee. I will go far beyond him in reprobating the as... ...h English children begin to grow up and come to themselves in life. As the stage of the Uni- versity approaches, the contrast becomes more express. Th... ...ci- plined and drilled by proctors. Nor is this to be regarded merely as a stage of education; it is a piece of privilege be- sides, and a step that s... ...- tered by another hand, came on the stage itself and was played by bodily actors; the other, originally known as Semiramis: A Tragedy, I have observe... ...tely stem. In boyhood, as he told me once, speaking in that tone that only actors and the old-fashioned common folk can use nowadays, his 38 Robert L... ...ir, an abstraction, an excuse for talk, a logical Aunt Sally, then may the male debater instantly abandon hope; he may employ reason, adduce facts, be...

...n India, along much of the coast of Africa, and in the ports of China and Japan, is still to be heard, in its home country, in half a hundred varying stages of transition. You may go all over the States, and -- setting aside the actual intrusion and influence of foreigners, negro, French, or Chinese -- you shall scarce meet with so marked a difference of accent as in the f...

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