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Author by : Starhawk Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012-05-01 Publisher by : Beacon Press ISBN : 9780807010433 File Size : 40,6 Mb Total Download : 768
Featuring narrative, chants, songs, and rituals, Dreaming the Dark has helped many thousands of women use magic, spirituality, and community to bring about political and social change. This anniversary edition of the best-selling classic includes a new preface reflecting on the fifteen years since the book's original publication.
Author by : Charlie Morley Languange Used : en Release Date : 2017-05-30 Publisher by : Hay House, Inc ISBN : 9781781808931 File Size : 52,9 Mb Total Download : 402
The Shadow is the part of us made up of all that we hide from others: our shame, our fears and our wounds, but also our divine spirit, our blinding beauty and our hidden talents. The Shadow is not bad – in fact it is the source of our creativity and power – but until we bring it into the light this power will remain untapped and our full potential unreached. Using practical exercises sourced from lucid dreaming and dream-work, Tibetan Buddhism and mindfulness meditation, this book explores how to: • Transform the dark and light shadow side • Meet the shadow through your dreams • Unlo
Author by : Sharon Sliwinski Languange Used : en Release Date : 2017-03-28 Publisher by : U of Minnesota Press ISBN : 9781452953892 File Size : 50,9 Mb Total Download : 998
What do dreams manage to say—or indeed, show—about human experience that is not legible otherwise? Can the disclosure of our dream-life be understood as a form of political avowal? To what does a dream attest? And to whom? Blending psychoanalytic theory with the work of such political thinkers as Hannah Arendt and Michel Foucault, Sharon Sliwinski explores how the disclosure of dream-life represents a special kind of communicative gesture—a form of unconscious thinking that can serve as a potent brand of political intervention and a means for resisting sovereign power. Each chapter cente