Author: Edgar Allan Poe
n 1987, LISE BOURBEAU began to share her ideas in book form as an adjunct to her workshops and seminars. The reception to her writing was overwhelming! Her simple, direct approach to subjects that, for generations, had been cloaked in confusion and misinterpretation, was welcomed and refreshing. There is a widespread, pervasive need for balance in the world - on an individual level and on a global one. People are searching for happiness and inner peace. In a world of chaos and uncertainty, where do you find it? The answer lies within each of us. LISE BOURBEAU takes you by the hand and, step by step, leads you beyond "packing your own parachute", to taking that step back into the clear, refreshing stream of life that flows from the Universal Source. She gives you the tools, not only to fix what is wrong in your life, but to build a solid foundation for your inner house - a foundation that extends as far as the global village. In her most recent book, "LISTEN TO YOUR BODY - YOUR BEST FRIEND ON EARTH" she helps you build an intimate, rewarding and powerful relationship with the most important person in your life - yourself. "LISTEN TO YOUR BODY - YOUR BEST FRIEND ON EARTH" is a simple, comprehensive guide that will bring its readers closer to peace, love and harmony. It is a lifeline to the Divine.
The Temptation to Exist
Author: E. M. Cioran, Richard Howard
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
This collection of eleven essays originally appeared in France thirty years ago and created a literary whirlwind on the Left Bank. Cioran writes incisively about Western civilizations, the writer, the novel, mystics, apostles, and philosophers. "A sort of final philosopher of the Western world. His statements have the compression of poetry and the audacity of cosmic clowning."—Washington Post "An intellectual bombshell that blasts away at all kinds of cant, sham and conventionality. . . . [Cioran's] language is so erotic, his handling of words so seductive, that the act of reading becomes an encounter in the erogenous zone."—Jonah Raskin, L.A. Weekly
Author: Banana Yoshimoto, Russell F. Wasden
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
After losing her delicate younger sister to suicide, a Japanese-American woman incurs a case of amnesia and embarks on an emotional journey of recovery, aided by her clairvoyant kid brother. By the author of Kitchen. Reprint.
Publisher: Courier Corporation
DIVVoltaire's brilliant satire on the follies of man, in the original French, with a new and exacting English translation on the opposing page. Weller's critical introduction illuminates the satire's enduring appeal. /div
Collects lectures of the noted author on death, dying, life after death, spirituality, and love
Author: Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi, Luigi Monti
Publisher: Sagwan Press
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Author: Michel Tardieu
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Good and evil, light and darkness; for the first time in English, a potent survey of Manichaeism
Julius Evola was a renowned Dadaist artist, Idealist philosopher, critic of politics and Fascism, 'mystic, ' anti-modernist, and scholar of world religions. Evola was all of these things, but he saw each of them as no more than stops along the path to life's true goal: the realisation of oneself as a truly absolute and free individual living one's life in accordance with the eternal doctrines of the Primordial Tradition. Much more than an autobiography, The Cinnabar Path in describing the course of Evola's life illuminates how the traditionally-oriented individual might avoid the many pitfalls awaiting him in the modern world. More a record of Evola's thought process than a recitation of biographical facts, one will here find the distilled essence of a lifetime spent in pursuit of wisdom, in what is surely one of his most important works.
Water for Unity
Author: Masaru Emoto, Sandra Ingerman, Sobonfu Some, Lynne McTaggart, Sergio Magana, "Ocelocoyotl
A collection of short essays from 17 very well-known authors who have a solid scientific background or renown within their ancestral traditions. What they have in common is that each one, within their discipline, is aiming to use water s molecular structure and memory to improve our world. This book is connected to a worldwide movement which is going to organize at least four significant worldwide events during 2015 and 2016. The essayists themselves are part of this movement and readers can join too. They will experiment, for instance, with using intention to lower the radioactivity level of Fukushima s water. It is a very young movement but one that has already generated much interest."
Author: Thich Nhat Hanh
Publisher: Parallax Press
Offers ways that mindfulness, focused breathing and meditation can help bring healing and release for people suffering from childhood trauma. By the best-selling author of The World We Have. Original.
Glossae divinae historiae
Author: Johannes Scotus Erigena, John J. Contreni, Pádraig P. Ó Néill