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The Spiritual Slob

Author : Gregg Cihangir Masuak
ISBN : 1944068155
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The "As Above So Below" principle of the Universe and our active participation in the creation of the world around us is finally seared into our noggins in this funny, anecdotal-and much needed addition to the Spiritual Self-Help sector. Deliciously grounded and telling it exactly as it is, this is a truly helpful guide that packs a highly refreshing punch: giving you the nitty-gritty on how, by looking at the Divine Dis-order you've created around you, you can (finally) shift and change that energy in your life. Advocates of old-age practices such as "Feng Shui" and New-Age must-haves like "Affirmations" take note: Masuak's take-mp prisoners irreverance will leave you tossing out your Bagua's and Smiley-faces in favor of a vacuum and a hefty bag- or ever, shockingly, filling up your space with stuff you never even (until now) knew you wanted. Definitely not for the faint-hearted or the easilyoffended, "The SpiritualSlob" is perhaps the most entertaining and straight-forward book of its kind-the perfect antidote to those of us who are tired of flapping our wings so hard to get to heaven.

Bla Ma Lnga Bcu Pa?i Rnam Bshad Slob Ma?i Re Ba Kun Skong

Author : Tsoṅ-kha-pa Blo-bzaṅ-grags-pa
ISBN : 9780861711536
Genre : Religion
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Devoting oneself to a spiritual teacher is a practice much misunderstood in the West, yet fundamental to the tanctric Buddhism of Tibet.

Slob

Author : Ellen Potter
ISBN : 1101050810
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Outrageously funny and smart, this story of an obese boy who takes on his bullies is as heartwarming as it is clever. Twelve-year-old Owen Birnbaum is the fattest kid in school. But he's also a genius who invents cool contraptions, like a TV that shows the past. Something happened two years ago that he needs to see. But genius or not, there is much Owen can't outthink. Like his gym coach, who's on a mission to humiliate him. Or the way his Oreos keep disappearing from his lunch. He's sure that if he can only get the TV to work, things will start to make sense. But it will take a revelation for Owen, not science, to see the answers are not in the past, but the present. That no matter how large he is on the outside, he doesn't have to feel small on the inside. With her trademark humor, Ellen Potter has created a larger-than-life character and story whose weight is immense when measured in heart.

The Mystery Of Spiritual Sensitivity

Author : Carol Brown
ISBN : 9780768494150
Genre : Religion
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You are designed to touch God and supernatural The high sensitivity required to sense and feel what other people experience is what makes life painful-it also makes it possible to sense, feel, and hear from God. Christians are not immune to mood swings, emotional upheavals, feeling burned out and burned up. But you are mysteriously and uniquely designed with a high degree of spiritual sensitivity. Because of this, you are one who can join Jesus in the work He began and continues to do in the earth today. Author Carol Brown explains The Mystery of Spiritual Sensitivity-what this sensitivity looks like and what it feels like, how this sensitivity affects you, and the common, human reflex reactions to this sensitivity. You will be excited and relieved to discover that God gave you this spiritual awareness to develop spiritual maturity-yours and others. So release yourself to the Spirit of God, and learn how to respond to this most precious gift we have received from our heavenly Father!

Tibetan Democracy

Author : Trine Brox
ISBN : 9781786730466
Genre : Political Science
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How do you govern 130,000 people from exile? Tibet - and the struggles of diaspora Tibetans - are elements of an ongoing and highly debated issue. The Dalai Lama's democratisation process during his time in India from 1959-2011, and the subsequent election of Lobsang Sangay as prime minister-in-exile, marked to the Tibetan people the move away from a seemingly feudal societal structure and traditional theocratic governance. Central to these Tibetan democracy aspirations is the 'freedom struggle' in which Tibetans dream of an ideal politics which includes both Tibetans residing in Tibet and those in exile, with the ultimate goal of returning to a self-ruled Tibet. However, some have questioned whether the fight for democracy has helped or hindered a united and free Tibet. To elucidate this complex debate Trine Brox has undertaken extensive fieldwork investigating how democracy is viewed and practised amongst Tibetans in exile. In so doing, she explores how the Tibetans living in India imagine, organise and negotiate governance that is modern and democratic, but uniquely Tibetan. This is an important book for those with an interest in Tibet, diaspora communities and democracy.

Choose

Author : Kevin Johnson
ISBN : 9780310871729
Genre : Religion
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Designed for middle schoolers, Deeper Bible studies provide you with a unique and effective tool for your students. Use in large or small groups to help communicate God’s truth in a way that connects with young teens and shows them what faith can look like in their everyday lives.• Choose will help students learn about temptation, the Holy Spirit’s power to help, and what God desires from them.• Pray helps students understand and participate in meaningful prayer with the creator of the universe. They’ll find that not only does God listen; he cares.• Stick shows students what God says about friendships and helps them find and be great friends.• Trust will help you teach your students who Jesus is and what it looks like to trust him on a deeper level. With questions that meet the developmental and spiritual needs of early adolescents, you’ll find that your students engage in the Deeper studies and really grasp the lessons.

The Yogin And The Madman

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ISBN : 9780231535533
Genre : Religion
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Tibetan biographers began writing Jetsun Milarepa's (1052–1135) life story shortly after his death, initiating a literary tradition that turned the poet and saint into a model of virtuosic Buddhist practice throughout the Himalayan world. Andrew Quintman traces this history and its innovations in narrative and aesthetic representation across four centuries, culminating in a detailed analysis of the genre's most famous example, composed in 1488 by Tsangnyön Heruka, or the "Madman of Western Tibet." Quintman imagines these works as a kind of physical body supplanting the yogin's corporeal relics.

Peaceful Living

Author : Mary Mackenzie
ISBN : 9781892005953
Genre : Psychology
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Each of the 366 meditations in this gathering of wisdom is designed to move readers away from turmoil, strife, and divisiveness and lead them toward peace, resolution, and cooperation. This shift in consciousness is challenging, but with the words and ideas of this book, readers can assemble a collection of practical tools for peaceful living. The learned behaviors of hate and resentment and the cycles of revenge are broken down and replaced with the skills of nonviolent communication, including recognizing one's needs and values and making behavior choices in alignment with them. This collection presents new ways of viewing familiar situations and daily reminders of the value of living compassionately. Each meditation includes an inspirational quote and tips for integrating the message into the reader's life.

When A Woman Becomes A Religious Dynasty

Author : Hildegard Diemberger
ISBN : 9780231512466
Genre : Religion
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In the fifteenth century, the princess Chokyi Dronma was told by the leading spiritual masters of her time that she was the embodiment of the ancient Indian tantric deity Vajravarahi, known in Tibetan as Dorje Phagmo, the Thunderbolt Female Pig. After suffering a great personal tragedy, Chokyi Dronma renounced her royal status to become a nun, and, in turn, the tantric consort of three outstanding religious masters of her era. After her death, Chokyi Dronma's masters and disciples recognized a young girl as her reincarnation, the first in a long, powerful, and influential female lineage. Today, the twelfth Samding Dorje Phagmo leads the Samding monastery and is a high government cadre in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Hildegard Diemberger builds her book around the translation of the first biography of Chokyi Dronma recorded by her disciples in the wake of her death. The account reveals an extraordinary phenomenon: although it had been believed that women in Tibet were not allowed to obtain full ordination equivalent to monks, Chokyi Dronma not only persuaded one of the highest spiritual teachers of her era to give her full ordination but also established orders for other women practitioners and became so revered that she was officially recognized as one of two principal spiritual heirs to her main master. Diemberger offers a number of theoretical arguments about the importance of reincarnation in Tibetan society and religion, the role of biographies in establishing a lineage, the necessity for religious teachers to navigate complex networks of political and financial patronage, the cultural and social innovation linked to the revival of ancient Buddhist civilizations, and the role of women in Buddhism. Four introductory, stage-setting chapters precede the biography, and four concluding chapters discuss the establishment of the reincarnation lineage and the role of the current incarnation under the peculiarly contradictory communist system.

Bitten By A Camel

Author : Kent Dobson
ISBN : 9781506417752
Genre : Religion
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Kent Dobson climbed Mount Sinai in search of the God who had eluded him. Instead he got bitten by a camel. Dobson was climbing the ladder of Christianity, too: a worship leader, teacher, and ultimately senior pastor of one of the largest and most prominent churches in America. But he was growing disillusioned with the faith, at least inside the shell of organized religion. One Sunday morning, he preached to his congregation, “I don’t know what the word God even means anymore.” He soon left the church, but his quest for God became more intense than ever. In Bitten by a Camel, Dobson deconstructs much of what passes as Christianity, but on the foundation of Jesus and the Bible, he reconstructs a faith that is fulfilling, life-giving, and true—true to himself and true to God. Dobson’s message is funny, poignant, and winsome. And it is ultimately, like the message of Jesus himself, hopeful.

The One Year Coffee With God

Author : Sarah Arthur
ISBN : 1414370040
Genre : Religion
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There's nothing quite like the aroma of freshly brewed coffee to start your day. And what better way to spend those first few morning moments than in quiet reflection with God? In a warm, casual, conversational style, Sarah Arthur takes you on a transformational journey as she explores both the subtle and the startling ways God transforms us through daily spiritual routines such as prayer and living simply. Part personal story and part spiritual search, The One Year Coffee with God will fill your cup with plenty of brew for thought.

The Complete Works Of At??a ?r? D?pa?kara J??na Jo Bo Rje

Author : Atīśa
ISBN : UOM:39015053150168
Genre : Buddhism
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These translations of the 11th century Tibetan texts of Atisa open important charismatic documents for the general reader of Buddhism.Although these texts have been acknowledged for centuries as the source and inspiration of the Dge- lugs-pa and Bka?-gdams-pa monastic orders? in Tibet and Central Asia,the writings of Atisa have only recently found more interest among Western scholars. The Lamp for the Path and its Commentary were translated and published in 1983 by Richard Sherburne,and are included in this book,but newly added are his translations of the Twenty-five Key Texts authored by Atisa himself.The Key Texts are found in the Tibetan Tengyur in a collection called the The Hundred Root Texts (rtsa brgya )which were preserved by Atisa s followers as fundamental for a proper study of Buddhist theory and practice.

Memoirs Of The Research Department

Author : Tōyō Bunko (Japan)
ISBN : PSU:000021408564
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Memoirs Of The Research Department Of The Toyo Bunko The Oriental Library

Author : Tōyō Bunko (Japan). Kenkyūbu
ISBN : UOM:39015012252881
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Memoirs Of The Research Department Of The Toyo Bunko The Oriental Library

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105027065478
Genre : East Asia
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Wise Up

Author : Kevin Johnson
ISBN : 1556616376
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Johnson guides teens through the Bible's basic teaching on sin and promotes the present and eternal values of avoiding sin by sticking close to Jesus.

Not For Dedalus

Author : J. J. Barrett
ISBN : UOM:39015040694757
Genre : English poetry
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A Slob In The Kitchen

Author : Karen Duffy
ISBN : 1400051150
Genre : Cooking
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A humorous guide to cooking, entertaining, and housekeeping shares a wealth of recipes selected to bolster one's culinary confidence with a minimum of stress, in a volume complemented with such suggestions as using food-scented candles and recruiting kids for kitchen duty. 50,000 first printing.

The Teacher Student Relationship

Author : Koṅ-sprul Blo-gros-mtha ́-yas
ISBN : UVA:X004397121
Genre : Reference
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It is crucial for students of Vajrayana Buddhism to find an authentic wisdom teacher, and know how to properly rely upon that teacher in order to awaken to their buddha nature and thereby attain full enlightenment. As Buddhism is still relatively new in the West, we don't always know how to go about this essential task. Translated by Dr. Ron Garry, this essential text clearly lays out what credentials and qualities every student should look for in a wisdom teacher, why a wisdom teacher is necessary, and how the relationship between this teacher and disciple best develops once it is established.

As Consciousness Is Harnessed To Flesh

Author : Susan Sontag
ISBN : 9781466802179
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This, the second of three volumes of Susan Sontag's journals and notebooks, begins where the first volume left off, in the middle of the 1960s. It traces and documents Sontag's evolution from fledgling participant in the artistic and intellectual world of New York City to world-renowned critic and dominant force in the world of ideas with the publication of the groundbreaking Against Interpretation in 1966. As Consciousness is Harnessed to Flesh follows Sontag through the turbulent years of the 1960s—from her trip to Hanoi at the peak of the Vietnam War to her time making films in Sweden—up to 1981 and the beginning of the Reagan era. This is an invaluable record of the inner workings of one of the most inquisitive and analytical thinkers of the twentieth century at the height of her power. It is also a remarkable document of one individual's political and moral awakening.

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