During the many years he spent delivering messages of hope and love from the spirit world, Gordon Smith has observed how many people long to learn how to be more intuitive themselves, and would love to be able to connect to the other side in the same way he does. Gordon feels strongly that developing your intuitive gifts should be something that gives you joy, brings you clarity and makes you more contented in your life. Based on his experiences of teaching and guiding complete beginners on their paths to communicating with spirit, this book provides simple and easy-to-follow exercises that will help you sharpen your psychic senses, open yourself to receive communication from your spirit guides and interpret the telepathic language of spirit. Once you have learned the basics and gained confidence in your skills, Gordon then guides you to the next step of your journey, showing you how you can use this very special energy to help others.
Henry Reed provided an innovative, hands-on training program at Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. in Virignia Beach, Virginia. He creatively custom tailored the program to Cayce's specifications for a spiritual approach to psychic development. Several peer-reviewed reports relative to intuition research were publlished as a result. Participants wanted to take the program home to share with a gathering of friends. The information in this book, never before published in this form, provides the details necessary for a group to enjoy themselves exploring these important discoveries. Folks learn to use intuition together and to navigate the new world coming, where boundaries are but convenient tools. Living and working together in intuitive harmony with each other and the creative life forces becomes the principal ideal. Experience these realities for yourself, in the company of like-minded people who are ready to share in the Intuiitive Heart Discovery Program. Consensual intuition is possible and culturally transformative!
Presents exercises for creating stream-of-consciousness drawings which can improve inner awareness of memories and emotions, give insight into past conflicts, and increase self-compassion and empathy for others.
A Guide to Nurturing Your Child's Infinite Potential
Author: Julie Hamilton
Pubpsher: Blue Angel Gallery
Category: Child psychology
The world is changing. Children, more than ever before, are highly sensitive to subtle energies through which they are intuitively and naturally connected to an infinite source of inner wisdom and creativity. Our children are the pioneers of a new way of living. They have a vastly different perception and experience of the world around them. They see a world full of possibility and endless potential. GENERATION INTUITIVE is upon us and it demands a whole new paradigm of parenting. Now, in this straightforward and down-to-earth guide to nurturing and developing your child's natural intuitive gifts. Julie Hamilton explores the significance of intuition in the modern age, highlighting it as one of the most powerful tools for our children to live empowered and successful lives. GENERATION INTUITIVE looks at all the different intuitive 'super-senses' available to our kids, exploring each one individually and providing parents with insights into how they work, and how to nurture and manage them best. Offering practical tools and advice, GENERATION INTUITIVE also features a range of entertaining visualisations, games and exercises to help children tap into their intuition and explore all its wondrous possibilities. GENERATION INTUITIVE equips parents with everything they need to know about caring for an emerging new generation of intuitive kids. As you learn to recognise, understand and nurture your children's unique intuitive gifts, you’ll be helping them build their self-esteem, confidence and creativity, guiding them to make fantastic choices in life and ensuring they reach their full potential and shine!
Intuition and Analysis in the History of Economic Thought
Author: Roger Frantz
Pubpsher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Business & Economics
As everyone knows, intuition is warm and fuzzy, qualitative, not measurable. Economics, on the other hand, is quantitative, and if it is not a hard science, at least it is the "queen of the social sciences." It is, therefore, intuitively obvious, that intuition and economics are as if oil and water. The problem is, what is intuitively obvious is not always correct. And, there are two major reasons why intuition and economics are not like oil and water. First, economics concerns itself with decision making, and decisions are made in the brain. The human brain is the size of a grapefruit, weighing three pounds with approximately 180 billion neurons, each physically independent but interacting with the other neurons. What we call intuition is, like decision making, a natural information processing function of the brain. Second, despite the current emphasis on quantitative analysis and deductive logic there is a rich history of economists speaking about intuition. First, the human brain, specifically the neocortex, has a left and right hemisphere. The specialized analytical style of the left hemisphere and the specialized intuitive style of the right hemispheres complement each other.
Two Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Ethics for Women. A Comparative Analysis of the Chinese Dharmagupta and the Tibetan Mulasarvastivada Bhiksuni Pratimoksa Sutras
Author: Karma Lekshe Tsomo
Pubpsher: SUNY Press
Provides the first English translation of the Tibetan and Chinese texts on monastic discipline for Buddhist nuns and presents a comparative study of the two texts. An important contribution for studies of women's history, feminist philosophy, women's studies, women in religion, and feminist ethics.
Fiction, Intuition, and Creativity is a search for the origins of fiction and for an understanding of how these origins influence the finished work of art. It examines the connection between the creative process and fictional form by discussing how intuitive consciousness provides the environment in which creativity flourishes and how writers make use of intuitive creativity in their novels. Looking first at how the link between intuition and creativity has been explored in philosophy, psychology, and aesthetics by thinkers such as Henri Bergson, William James, Carl Jung, and Benedetto Croce, the book proceeds to an extended discussion of what novelists reveal about the workings of their creative processes, focusing on the intuitive dimension of aesthetic activity. This includes the role of the unconscious and of emotion, the need for an incubation period before the novel emerges into consciousness, and the sense that characters inhabit an autonomous realm and frequently operate beyond the control of their authors. The works of four novelists are discussed in depth. In the fiction of Charlotte Brontë, intuition functions as content; the intuitive consciousness of Jane Eyre and Lucy Snowe empowers them to know and to act in a world that would impede their ability to do both. Henry James's life-long fascination with his creative process and his understanding of its intuitive underpinnings lead to the development of his later style and his focus on consciousness. Virginia Woolf's career is analyzed as a steady progression toward her reshaping of the novel into an intuitive vehicle. In the fiction of Doris Lessing, intuition again appears as content as Lessing makes intuitive consciousness the basis of her psychic politics. This unique work offers much for those interested in the structure and development of fiction, the subject of creativity and intuitive consciousness, or in the four authors analyzed at length in the text. Angela Hague is Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University. She is the author or editor of numerous works, including Teleparody: Predicting/Preventing the Television Discourse of the Future. Praise for the book: "This book will change the view of how these four authors-- Brontë, James, Woolf, and Lessing--are read. . . . Hague's style is accessible and the readings of the novels provocative."-- Annis Pratt, Professor Emerita, University of Wisconsin-Madison "An outstanding work . . . Hague's exploration of the connection between intuition and creativity addresses a neglected topic. Her command of philosophical contexts is assured and her readings of the novels are wonderfully illuminating."--Prof. Alistair M. Duckworth, University of Florida "[A] groundbreaking study. Hague's approach leads to many fresh readings of the novels discussed. Highly recommended."--J.E. Steiner, Choice
Release on 2015-02-13 | by Srinivasan Chandrasekaran
Author: Srinivasan Chandrasekaran
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book attempts to provide readers with an overall idea of various types of offshore platform geometries. It covers the various environmental loads encountered by these structures, a detailed description of the fundamentals of structural dynamics in a class-room style, estimate of damping in offshore structures and their applications in the preliminary analysis and design. Basic concepts of structural dynamics are emphasized through simple illustrative examples and exercises. Design methodologies and guidelines, which are FORM based concepts are explained through a few applied example structures. Each chapter also has tutorials and exercises for self-learning. A dedicated chapter on stochastic dynamics will help the students to extend the basic concepts of structural dynamics to this advanced domain of research. Hydrodynamic response of offshore structures with perforated members is one of the recent research applications, which is found to be one of the effective manner of retrofitting offshore structures. Results of recent research, validated by the experimental and numerical studies are presented to update of the readers. Integration of the concepts of structural dynamics with the FORM-evolved design of offshore structures is a unique approach used in this book. The book will prove useful to the practicing and consulting offshore structural engineers, as also to students and researchers working in the field.