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You think you're safe when you sleep? Think again... Beauty and the Beast meets Hades and Persephone in this now complete fantasy romance series. I used to think I was safe when I dream…now, I know better. You see, when you go to sleep, there’s a whole other magical world. It exists in your head, but it’s no less real than the one you occupy when you’re conscious. Supernatural creatures lurk in the shadows, desperate to steal part of your soul so they can thrive. You might think your depression or aches and pains are caused by stress. I know better, and I’m trying to do something about it. But the darkness is slippery and being a dream warrior is harder than it sounds. My name is Amelia Blake, and I’m a dreamwalker. I’m also one of the only things standing between you and a horde of nightmarish soul-suckers. Although I recently escaped the Erobos and wasn’t infected by Eros, I am not the same. Unfortunately, others on my team are noticing. All I know is I need to find a way to break Seth’s curse. It’s the only option if we’re going to win…and we have to win. I don’t know who to trust or what will happen next but trusting the wrong person will tie me and everyone I’m trying to protect to permanent darkness. Wish me luck…I’m going to need it. Captive of Dreams is an upper Young Adult urban fantasy romance with a kick-butt heroine readers of the Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare, Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead, and the Shadow Demons Saga by Sarra Cannon will adore. There are mild sexual situations and mild language.
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This two-volume exploration of what might be termed "interpersonal war and peace" reveals why individuals and groups coalesce or collide, and how more positive relationships can be achieved. In this two-volume set, the most comprehensive treatment of its subject to date, eminent social scientists explore the processes involved in becoming friends—or enemies. Volume 1, Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Insights, focuses on friendship and enmity between individuals, examining situations that arise in romances, at school, at work, and between races, genders, and sexual identities. The text is enriched by a discussion of individual interactions in classic books and movies, what those stories reflect, and what they teach about human nature. Volume 2, Group and Intergroup Understanding, focuses on group dynamics across time and around the globe. Topics range from group interactions before and after the American Civil War to friendship and enmity between Afghans and Americans today. The work's ultimate concern, however, is to present ways in which individuals, groups, and nations can learn to be friends. Covers friendship and enmity between individuals and groups as it applies to adults, as well as to children Takes the unique approach of studying friendship in relation to enmity, showing them as fluid relationships that can be altered Addresses potentially contentious issues such as ethnicity/racism, sexism, and heterosexism, as well as current and historical conflicts involving Afghanis and Americans, Pakistanis and Indians, and the Irish and English Uses case studies of how groups become enemies to instruct readers on ways to better manage conflict and achieve peace
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Creativity must be turned into innovation that adds value and leads to strategic action. Innovation is often associated with Silicon Valley, expensive research and development departments, and expensive commercialization that primarily benefits a small portion of the worlds population. A small portion of the worlds population working together to solve wicked green problems is not enough either. Green creativity and eco-innovation are necessary to help solve green problems by making products and services available and affordable to the masses. Multidisciplinary Approaches in AI, Creativity, Innovation, and Green Collaboration focuses on the importance of green creativity, eco-innovation, and collaboration to create a more sustainable world. It builds on the available literature and joint expertise in the field of management while providing further research opportunities in this dynamic field. Covering topics such as eco-leadership, green marketing, and social responsibility communication, this premier reference source is a comprehensive and timely resource for government officials, decision makers, business leaders and executives, students and educators of higher education, librarians, researchers, and academicians.
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Ever since I was young, I was an orphan. There was always a mysterious person who sent me money by letter to live with me, until I graduated from university and lived by myself. The mysterious person told me to go to a place called Green Rock Village and enter the Bei family mansion to search for something.Female ghost search for husband, metal coffin spirit sealed, return of undead, demon of ghost doctor and play ... That was how my life began.Furthermore, I did not expect that all of this was my fate. Furthermore, it was a curse that I could not escape from ...
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As David White explains in the Introduction to Tantra in Practice, Tantra is an Asian body of beliefs and practices that seeks to channel the divine energy that grounds the universe, in creative and liberating ways. The subsequent chapters reflect the wide geographical and temporal scope of Tantra by examining thirty-six texts from China, India, Japan, Nepal, and Tibet, ranging from the seventh century to the present day, and representing the full range of Tantric experience--Buddhist, Hindu, Jain, and even Islamic. Each text has been chosen and translated, often for the first time, by an international expert in the field who also provides detailed background material. Students of Asian religions and general readers alike will find the book rich and informative. The book includes plays, transcribed interviews, poetry, parodies, inscriptions, instructional texts, scriptures, philosophical conjectures, dreams, and astronomical speculations, each text illustrating one of the diverse traditions and practices of Tantra. Thus, the nineteenth-century Indian Buddhist Garland of Gems, a series of songs, warns against the illusion of appearance by referring to bees, yogurt, and the fire of Malaya Mountain; while fourteenth-century Chinese Buddhist manuscripts detail how to prosper through the Seven Stars of the Northern Dipper by burning incense, making offerings to scriptures, and chanting incantations. In a transcribed conversation, a modern Hindu priest in Bengal candidly explains how he serves the black Goddess Kali and feeds temple skulls lentils, wine, or rice; a seventeenth-century Nepalese Hindu praise-poem hammered into the golden doors to the temple of the Goddess Taleju lists a king's faults and begs her forgiveness and grace. An introduction accompanies each text, identifying its period and genre, discussing the history and influence of the work, and identifying points of particular interest or difficulty. The first book to bring together texts from the entire range of Tantric phenomena, Tantra in Practice continues the Princeton Readings in Religions series. The breadth of work included, geographic areas spanned, and expert scholarship highlighting each piece serve to expand our understanding of what it means to practice Tantra.
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Modern scientists are just now beginning to understand what yogis have known for centuries--that the life force animating our physical bodies is regulated by breath, and that the breath energy is controlled by the mind. The esoteric and practical science of Swar Yoga--presented in this book for the first time in English--teaches conscious observation and control of breathing patterns to maximize energy and vitality. Tantric Scholar and author of Tools for Tantra, Chakras, and The Healing Power of Gemstones, Harish Johari brings an in-depth knowledge of ancient Hindu sciences to this discussion of breath and the yoga of balanced living. His is the first guidebook for Westerners to offer a comprehensive treatment of the subject, providing information from Sanskrit texts otherwise unavailable in the English Language. He explains the sensory network of the nose and its effect on the subtle channels of energy throughout the body, showing the direct link between the practice of conscious breathing and the electrochemical balance of the brain and nervous system. He also shows how the breath, alternating between left and right nostrils, is influenced by solar and lunar forces and how one can attune to these natural rhythms and universal laws for greater health and well-being. Johari's mastery of Swar Yoga techniques is apparent in the broad scope of Breath, Mind and Consciousness: included are a discussion of the phases of the five elements in the breathing cycle, exercises for physical and psychic healing, the means for determining which nostril is active, and instructions for conceiving a son or a daughter.
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Meru is referred to, talked about, heard of, compared to, and discussed about without exception in all books and discourses of religions in Bharat. Meru is regarded as the tallest and most pious mountain, having abodes of all Gods and Semi-Gods of all faiths. Unfortunately, nobody can confidently pinpoint the place of Meru in spite of indicative addresses available in scriptures. Generally, Hindus believe it to be beyond Himalayas; Buddhists say it is in Tibet; Jains say it exists, but it cannot be seen. This is because of unsatisfactory solutions to its conflicting descriptions. For example, the Sun never sets on Meru but does set at the base of it. In this book, satisfactory solutions have been explained with convincing reasons. Establishing Meru on the equator at "Bhugol Madhye," the author ventures to replace Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) with Meru Mean Time (MMT) for the reasons based on his findings. Also, the myth of fourteen Ratnas (Gems) coming out during ‘Samudra Manthan’– churning of the ocean has been explained in a lucid manner. Meru no longer remains a matter of miracle, myth or mystery but a history.
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Ayurvedic Massage is the first book on the subject, and the first new massage therapy introduced to the West since shiatsu. One of the oldest systems of medicine in the world, Ayurveda views the human being as intimately connected with the environment and all other life forms. Ayurvedic massage works on both the physical and mental levels, transmitting a life-giving energy that assists all systems of the body to repair and renew themselves. Practitioners concentrate on the marmas, subtle energy points that respond to gentle physical manipulation, and work with the needs of the different body types. The author guides both the novice and experienced practitioner through each step in the full body massage and explains which oils work best for particular body types. • Includes massage techniques for expectant mothers and their babies. • Outlines techniques and natural remedies for treating specific disorders, including arthritis, rheumatism, sciatica, and insomnia. • Offers a complete guide to the traditional forty-day beauty treatment as practiced in India, and includes recipes for massage oils, facial creams, and beautifying clay baths.
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This was a mysterious continent. It was a completely different continent from Hua Xia. The Buddha of the West, the demons and demons from the Oasis of Hanhai, and the cultivators of Hanzhou ...The several factions were originally living in harmony with each other, but all of this was broken by a person called Beacon Zhang Yan. Han Feng, who crossed over from China, possessed Beacon Zhang Yan and also received the inheritance of the ancient cultivation technique. Would he be able to make a name for himself on this continent? Let everyone know that the sigil of the beacon was Han Feng, and that the Han Feng was the sigil of the beacon!
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The Dasam Granth is a 1,428-page anthology of diverse compositions attributed to the tenth Guru of Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh, and a topic of great controversy among Sikhs. The controversy stems from two major issues: a substantial portion of the Dasam Granth relates tales from Hindu mythology, suggesting a disconnect from normative Sikh theology; and a long composition entitled Charitropakhian tells several hundred rather graphic stories about illicit liaisons between men and women. Sikhs have debated whether the text deserves status as a "scripture" or should be read instead as "literature." Sikh scholars have also long debated whether Guru Gobind Singh in fact authored the entire Dasam Granth. Much of the secondary literature on the Dasam Granth focuses on this authorship issue, and despite an ever-growing body of articles, essays, and books (mainly in Punjabi), the debate has not moved forward. The available manuscript and other historical evidence do not provide conclusive answers regarding authorship. The debate has been so acrimonious at times that in 2000, Sikh leader Joginder Singh Vedanti issued a directive that Sikh scholars not comment on the Dasam Granth publicly at all pending a committee inquiry into the matter. Debating the Dasam Granth is the first English language, book-length critical study of this controversial Sikh text in many years. Based on research on the original text in the Brajbhasha and Punjabi languages, a critical reading of the secondary literature in Punjabi, Hindi, and English, and interviews with scholars and Sikh leaders in India, it offers a thorough introduction to the Dasam Granth, its history, debates about its authenticity, and an in-depth analysis of its most important compositions.
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This volume traces the influences of third century, Corinthian, secular leadership on local church leadership as reflected in 1 Corinthians 1-6. It then shows how Paul modifies the Corinthian understanding of church leadership. By comparing secular leadership in first century Corinthian society with leadership in the Corinthian church, it has been argued that one of Paul's major concerns with the church in Corinth is the extent to which significant members in the church were employing secular categories and perceptions of leadership in the Christian community. The volume has adopted the method of assessing the New Testament evidence in the light of its social and historical background. Both literary and non-literary sources, rather than modern sociological models, were employed in making the comparison.
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In this comprehensive guide to the pursuit of spirituality the reader will embark upon a fascinating study of the divine journey from the human body, the temple of soul and spirit, to cosmic consciousness, from meditational journey to spiritual enlightenment culminating in Self-abidance. It will inspire the reader as one is guided in a clear understanding of the subject and prevented from straying on ambiguous side paths. The anatomical and metaphysical workings of the various systems of the human body have been critically and scientifically discussed with graphic representations. The author is an electrical engineer currently residing in Australia and working in his profession. He attained Self-abidance on 21st September 2016, under the direct guidance since July 1993 of Sage Sri Ramana Maharshi and Sage Master Beinsa Douno. This book is an outcome of the spiritual experiences and the guidance received from these two sages in altered states of consciousness and deep states of meditation.
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This volume of essays is a new step by the Abraham Kuyper Center for Public Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary to stimulate new work in the broad area of Reformed theology and public life. The contributions here deal largely with political themes ― some contemporary, some historical.
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