The Soul of Place

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The Soul of Place

In The Soul of Place Michael Jones explores how our relationship with place aligns us with the underlying patterns of life. He does so through stories that ask: what is our experience of homecoming and how do we find our way there? What is our pattern of belonging — including our relationship with people and places — that we hold sacred? What are the conditions of regenerativity and craft that enable us to give birth to something new? How can our stewardship of what is alive within and around us awaken the mythic imagination? And how does this open a path for gathering together in a spirit of transformative celebration?

The Soul of Place

If the soul of place had a voice, how would it sound, what stories would it tell? This book is specifically addressed to creative writers of all genres, but may also be of interest to artists in the visual and performing arts.

The Soul of Place

In this engaging creative writing workbook, novelist and poet Linda Lappin presents a series of insightful exercises to help writers of all genres—literary travel writing, memoir, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction—discover imagery and inspiration in the places they love. Lappin departs from the classical concept of the Genius Loci, the indwelling spirit residing in every landscape, house, city, or forest—to argue that by entering into contact with the unique energy and identity of a place, writers can access an inexhaustible source of creative power. The Soul of Place provides instruction on how to evoke that power. The writing exercises are drawn from many fields—architecture, painting, cuisine, literature and literary criticism, geography and deep maps, Jungian psychology, fairy tales, mythology, theater and performance art, metaphysics—all of which offer surprising perspectives on our writing and may help us uncover raw materials for fiction, essays, and poetry hidden in our environment. An essential resource book for the writer’s library, this book is ideal for creative writing courses, with stimulating exercises adaptable to all genres. For writers or travelers about to set out on a trip abroad, The Soul of Place is the perfect road trip companion, attuning our senses to a deeper awareness of place.

Terrapsychology

This work develops a new perspective called "terrapsychology" to show us how to listen to recurring symbolic resonances between ourselves and the presence, voice, or soul of places and things which embody the animation of the world.

Terrapsychology

This work develops a new perspective called "terrapsychology" to show us how to listen to recurring symbolic resonances between ourselves and the presence, voice, or soul of places and things which embody the animation of the world.

My Soul Is From a Different Place

Poems Cherie Burbach. For my husband, thank you for ten beautiful years. “My soul is from a differentplace, it remembers the day Front Cover.

My Soul Is From a Different Place

The poems in My Soul Is From a Different Place reflect the hope and spirit that have been evident in Cherie Burbach’s work for over a decade. Each poem sweetly centering on faith while examining the ups and downs of life.

The Soul of Place

In The Soul of Place Michael Jones explores how our relationship with place aligns us with the underlying patterns of life.

The Soul of Place

In The Soul of Place Michael Jones explores how our relationship with place aligns us with the underlying patterns of life. He does so through stories that ask: what is our experience of homecoming and how do we find our way there? What is our pattern of belonging - including our relationship with people and places - that we hold sacred? What are the conditions of regenerativity and craft that enable us to give birth to something new? How can our stewardship of what is alive within and around us awaken the mythic imagination? And how does this open a path for gathering together in a spirit of transformative celebration?...

Words That Rock Your Soul the Spiritual Journey Continues

His Home The dwelling place of the Lord is in my heart. The place that has sin - and righteousness as a part. The dwelling in my soul is a joy to me. How can I forget it. The righteousness is given to me as I lift my soul to him.

Words That Rock Your Soul   the Spiritual Journey Continues

A combination of book 1 with new poems.A stunning and soul searching book of poetry in the form of parables. You will find answers to what and who YOU are. You will find an awareness that you are loved. Many characters inhabit this book. Some loving some cruel. The word images will make you laugh or cry or ponder your destiny. Symbolism in words about greed,envy,lust passion and pain envelope you.The poems lead you on a spiritual journey from the beginnings of awareness to fulfillment in God Almighty and Jesus Christ This book is not slushy or sentimental.But powerfull and modern. Biblical yet very human. Wonderful for christian or non. Someone of any faith or none. Easy language but with powerfull concepts.Superb for helping in counselling and healing emotions.Superb for self awareness and self development. NOT AN ORDINARY BOOK.Study guide incorporated also original illustrations. ENJOYCONTACT author [email protected] for special prices

The Soul of the Camera

Illustrated with a collection of beautiful black-and-white images, the book’s essays address topics such as craft, mastery, vision, audience, discipline, story, and authenticity.

The Soul of the Camera

As both an art form and a universal language, the photograph has an extraordinary ability to connect and communicate with others. But with over one trillion photos taken each year, why do so few of them truly connect? Why do so few of them grab our emotions or our imaginations? It is not because the images lack focus or proper exposure; with advances in technology, the camera does that so well these days. Photographer David duChemin believes the majority of our images fall short because they lack soul. And without soul, the images have no ability to resonate with others. They simply cannot connect with the viewer, or even—if we’re being truthful—with ourselves.

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In The Soul of the Camera: The Photographer’s Place in Picture-Making, David explores what it means to make better photographs. Illustrated with a collection of beautiful black-and-white images, the book’s essays address topics such as craft, mastery, vision, audience, discipline, story, and authenticity. The Soul of the Camera is a personal and deeply pragmatic book that quietly yet forcefully challenges the idea that our cameras, lenses, and settings are anything more than dumb and mute tools. It is the photographer, not the camera, that can and must learn to make better photographs—photographs that convey our vision, connect with others, and, at their core, contain our humanity. The Soul of the Camera helps us do that.


The Immortality of the Soul

and relates to souls ; death to the body . ” And so DR . BARNES , “ O hades — the place of the dead . ” And mark , that hades no more retains the souls of men after the resurrection , than the grave does their bodies .

The Immortality of the Soul


Mystic Treatises by Isaac of Niveveh

... the deviation and the departure from them towards those which are their opposite, I mean distraction of the body and a lawless belly, constitute in the soul a place for the beginning of all things contrary to those mentioned above.

Mystic Treatises by Isaac of Niveveh

Mystic Treatises by Isaac of Niveveh.

A Church Dictionary

364 HELL . of tomb , but his soul went to the general re- soul and body ; or the living soul distinpository of human ... 14 , ) Hades , the place of separated explanation involves an entirely novel souls , not Gehenna , the place of ...

A Church Dictionary


The Soul of the City

As you work your way through this book, you will see a wide range of approaches and definitions to the question of the soul of the city.

The Soul of the City

How do we get to know our cities? How do we identify the spirit of a place? What theological and social frameworks will contribute to our understanding? As a church we have lagged far behind in our understanding of the city. Very few congregations see themselves as communities wrestling with what it means to be salt and light in the urban landscape. We have not been intentional around thinking about the places where we are located and how we might engage them. As you work your way through this book, you will see a wide range of approaches and definitions to the question of the soul of the city. We have gathered thirteen theological practitioners to reflect on the spiritual topography of their city. These writers each contribute one chapter of five thousand words on the place they live.

Issues of the Soul

Issues of the Soul can and do hinder spiritual progress, and while a damaged soul is no easy fix, healing is possible. Freedom from your pain and suffering is within your grasp, says author Derik Overly in his day-to-day guide to healing.

Issues of the Soul

Hurtful things happen in life, leaving us broken and uncertain. Issues of the Soul can and do hinder spiritual progress, and while a damaged soul is no easy fix, healing is possible. Freedom from your pain and suffering is within your grasp, says author Derik Overly in his day-to-day guide to healing. Based upon the principles of the Bible, Issues of the Soul goes beyond surface hurt and despair and addresses dealing with past hurts, forgiving those that may have caused you pain, And The keys to moving to a place of true freedom. Are you ready to break the bonds that are holding you back from a happy and fulfilling life? Prepare to walk in newness of life after dealing with your Issues of the Soul. New author Derik Overly offers a helpful day-to-day guide for applying inner healing principles of the Bible. Look to this beacon of light in a time of darkness. Discover the keys to dealing with past hurts, forgiving those that may have caused you pain, and moving to a place of true freedom. Prepare to walk in your newness of life after you deal with Issues of the Soul!

The Soul of the Place

Joint management of Uluru National Park; tourism.

The Soul of the Place

Joint management of Uluru National Park; tourism.

Becoming a Giant

To bolster this argument further, one could simply say that no genetic requirements are in place for the soul that makes you self-aware and sentient, i.e. that your soul could have come about in any setting, in any place, in any time, ...

Becoming a Giant


The Soul S Alliance

Do you think they will see the world as a safe and wonderful place? Or will they see it as a place where nothing ever goes right, full of nothing but disappointments and heartache? Everything you do and say affects those around you.

The Soul   S Alliance

In a world that promotes denial of individuality, we seem to have lost ourselves among the chaos, forgetting about what lies deep within our core. Some call it the soul; others call it the spirit or the higher self. Regardless of the label, it is something we all possess and have had access to since the beginning of time. The Souls Alliance takes you on a journey of discovery, providing insights into understanding the illusion of control and decision-making. The book offers practical exercises to guide you on the path of assessing the self, slowing down, making changes, and finding a balance between the mind, body, and spirit. Whether the change you want to make is big or small or you just feel like something is missing, The Souls Alliance will provide you with the guidance to find that missing piece and to make the change successful.

The Decades of Henry Bullinger

In what place souls live are separated from their bodies . tus , a famous philosopher , who lived in the time of Seneca , hath done no less ?. If as yet there be If as yet there be any light - headed men to whom the immortality of the ...

The Decades of Henry Bullinger


Twelve sermons

He is in heaven and has prepared a place for it . All redeemed souls are now with Him , waiting for the resurrection of their bodies . ( Rev. vi . 9-11 ; vii . 9 , 10. ) When the Lord comes again He will bring His saints with Him ...

Twelve sermons


A Coptic Gnostic Treatise

And in the Laws (x, 904. a—c) he says: “All things that have soul change. . .and in changing move according to law and the order of destiny. . . .And when the soul becomes greatly diflerent and divine, she also greatly changes her place ...

A Coptic Gnostic Treatise

The Codex Bruce was bought during the 18th century by the famous traveller James Bruce in Upper Egypt. After his return to England, the text was copied with many errors and the original papyri badly bound, in some cases upside down and backwards. In this book, first published in 1933, Baynes corrects many of the earlier errors associated with this unusual Gnostic text, and includes over 120 plates with images of the original papyri and their transcription. Her translation is written in accurate yet readable English, and each page of translation is accompanied by expert commentary on this enigmatic meditation on nebulous Gnostic beliefs. This book will be of value to anyone interested in Gnosticism, Coptic epigraphy or the beliefs of early Christian heretics.

I Will Give You Rest

2 Enoch also assumes that the souls of the righteous enter into eternal blessedness upon death.” It describes Paradise, the place where God himself rests (8,3), as the place prepared for the righteous as an eternal inheritance (9,1).

I Will Give You Rest

This is a valuable source book for the idea of rest as it occurs in a wide spectrum of ancient Jewish and Christian literature. The author provides a new way of understanding Matt 11:28-30 that challenges most recent scholarship and acts as a guide for application in the church.