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Phases

Phases Author Bernard Lievegoed
ISBN-10 9781855843042
Release 2013-05-07
Pages 224
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A bestseller since it was first published, Phases describes each period of life-adolescence, the twenties, thirties, forties etc-and looks at the inner qualities and challenges that arise at each stage. The author argues that the various biological and psychological explanations of the human being are incomplete. If the inner self, the ego, of each individual is recognized and acknowledged, then the peculiarities of one's particular life-path and its challenges take on new meaning.



Finding Work Life Balance

Finding Work Life Balance Author Jos Brug
ISBN-10 9781782501855
Release 2015-03-19
Pages 64
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At different stages of life, we approach work with varying levels of energy, drive and perspective. Many people feel unfulfilled in their work, or feel their work-life balance is hopelessly wrong. Jos van der Brug's readable and informal book helps the reader to understand why and how our working lives evolve at different ages and provides helpful tips for cooperation and leadership within a team of diverse members. In-depth case studies also offer insight into the impact our professional lives can have upon our personal lives, and vice versa. If both employees and employers could better understand the fluidity of our relationship to work throughout life, it would lead to improved work-life balance and personal fulfilment.



A Western Approach to Reincarnation and Karma

A Western Approach to Reincarnation and Karma Author Rudolf Steiner
ISBN-10 088010399X
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 152
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This book collects many of Steiner's most important statements on reincarnation and karma. The main purpose of this volume is to help readers meet the challenge of spiritual research in the area of individual evolution of the soul and spirit in the context of cultural and universal evolution. Such a study can be tremendously revealing and provide spiritual understanding in a time of increasing intellectual confusion and spiritual poverty.



Medicine

Medicine Author Rudolf Steiner
ISBN-10 1855841339
Release 2003
Pages 222
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Rudolf Steiner, the often undervalued, multifaceted genius of modern times, contributed much to the regeneration of culture. In addition to his philosophical teachings, he provided ideas for the development of many practical activities including education -- both general and special -- agriculture, medicine, economics, architecture, science, religion, and the arts. Today there are thousands of schools, clinics, farms, and many other organizations based on his ideas.Steiner's original contribution to human knowledge was based on his ability to conduct spiritual research, the investigation of metaphysical dimensions of existence. With his scientific and philosophical training, he brought a new systematic discipline to the field, allowing for conscious methods and comprehensive results. A natural seer from childhood, he cultivated his spiritual vision to a high degree, enabling him to speak with authority on previously veiled mysteries of life.Topics include: true human nature as a basis for medical practice; the science of knowing; the mission of reverence; the four temperaments; the bridge between universal spirituality and the physical; the constellation of the supersensible bodies; the invisible human within us: the pathology underlying therapy; cancer and mistletoe, and aspects of psychiatry; case history questions: diagnosis and therapy; anthroposophic medicine in practice: and three case histories.



Sustainable Development Drivers

Sustainable Development Drivers Author Kees Zoeteman
ISBN-10 9781781009130
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 360
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'This book is state-of-the-art. the authors present refreshing ideas about sustainability. It is a challenging approach to the conceptualization, measurement and ranking of sustainable development. This goes far beyond technicalities, discussing political, managerial and spiritual aspects of societal change.' – Jan Pronk, International Institute of Social Studies, the Hague, the Netherlands Sustainable development cannot be prescribed – rather, it results from conscious personal choices in government, business and NGOs. This thought-provoking book explores both the origins and future of the global sustainable development movement, and provides an original overview of the driving forces of sustainable development, including market forces and past and future trends. the contributors, leading experts in the field, identify and analyze the sustainability attitudes of key actors in government, corporate and NGO leadership that have shaped sustainable development history. the importance of a new and unconventional role of governments in promoting sustainability is highlighted, while corporations and NGOs feel both the risk of failures and the importance of long-term global stability more directly. Exploring the present and future scope of emerging global sustainable development movement, this stimulating and thought-provoking book will prove invaluable to a wide-ranging audience encompassing: academics, researchers, students and business practitioners with an interest in sustainable development and corporate social responsibility, public administration and public-private interactions; and policymakers involved in environmental, social and economic issues in both government and non-governmental organizations.



Anthroposophy A Fragment

Anthroposophy  A Fragment Author Rudolf Steiner
ISBN-10 9780880109567
Release 1996-07-01
Pages 97
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This text, outlining a new methodology for the study of human nature, dates from 1910 and was found after Rudolf Steiner's death among his unpublished papers. Steiner had dealt with the same theme earlier in lectures. Asked for a written version, he tried to write down what he had said, but found himself unable to do so-the language would not completely relinquish the words. Nevertheless, what he was able to put down remains a major intellectual and spiritual accomplishment of the twentieth century. Steiner presents anthroposophy, which lies between anthropology and theosophy, as a way of studying the human being. Where anthropology studies the human being on the basis of the senses-i.e. by observation within the limits of the scientific method-theosophy recognizes the human as a spiritual being on the basis of inner experience and seeks to understand what it means to be human in a spiritual world. Between these two approaches-basically those of science and religion-lies anthroposophy, which seeks to study human beings as they present themselves to physical observation, while at the same time seeking to derive indications of the spiritual foundations of phenomena by a process of phenomenological intensification. The results of such phenomenological intensification, though fragmentary and incomplete, are of enormous importance. They constitute the first steps toward a truly cognitive psychology, one that demonstrates the richness of the phenomenological approach to the human being as a sensory organism. Starting from there, Steiner unfolds the seven life processes, the nature of I-experience, the meaning of the human form, and its complex relation to higher spiritual worlds. This is a key work, whose time has truly arrived.



Tapestries

Tapestries Author Betty Staley
ISBN-10 1869890159
Release 1997
Pages 352
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This volume helps uncover the unique patterns people weave in life. At a time of wide interest in biography, this is a set of keys to understanding the patterns and rhythms of one's life.



Taking Charge

Taking Charge Author Gudrun Burkhard
ISBN-10 0863152538
Release 1997
Pages 208
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While the modern world is rapidly making us into 'global citizens', at the same time we experience increasing isolation as individuals in our own society. There is a pressing need for us to develop new forms of relationship with familiy and society. Through working consciously and actively on our own life-story, we can build bridges to other people in a way that develops a new understanding for the lives of others.The ideas and methods presented in this book are the result of many year's therapeutic work with groups and individuals. The life-stories described are the authentic stories of participants in the courses and workshops.



Shaping the Journey of Emerging Adults

Shaping the Journey of Emerging Adults Author Richard R. Dunn
ISBN-10 9780830869756
Release 2012-03-23
Pages 265
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Between adolescence and adulthood is a new stage of life: emerging adulthood. Those in their twenties and early thirties find themselves in transition. This "provisional adulthood" is a time of identity exploration and instability in which one's vocation, purpose, relationships and spirituality are all being renegotiated. Many emerging adults lose sight of God and experience significant confusion and brokenness. Others unexpectedly reconnect with the Christian faith and seek deeper discipleship, yet lack helpful mentoring and direction. Veteran disciplemakers Rick Dunn and Jana Sundene offer concrete guidance for those who shepherd and care for emerging adults. Some traditional models of disciplemaking focus on a set curriculum to be transferred from the discipler to the disciplee. Dunn and Sundene instead emphasize relational rhythms of discernment, intentionality and reflection to meet emerging adults where they are at and then to walk with them further into the Christlife. Whether you're an older adult ministering to the next generation or a younger adult with a heart for your peers, this book is an accessible, hopeful guide for effective ministry to emerging adults.



Phases of Childhood

Phases of Childhood Author Bernard Lievegoed
ISBN-10 0880104465
Release 1997-05
Pages 208
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Children cannot become happy, wise, and skilled adults unless educators consider, from the very beginning, their whole development of body, soul, and spirit. The author describes the three main stages of child development and the genetic and biographical potential that unfolds at each stage. He explores the practical application of these insights as an educational method in harmony with the child's developing relationship with the surrounding world.



Spiritual Rhythm

Spiritual Rhythm Author Mark Buchanan
ISBN-10 9780310413295
Release 2010-08-24
Pages 336
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“Abide in me,” Jesus tells us, “and you will bear much fruit.” Yet too often we forget that fruit needs different seasons in order to grow. We measure our spiritual maturity by how much we do rather than how we are responding to our current spiritual season.In Spiritual Rhythm, Mark Buchanan replaces our spirituality of busyness with a spirituality of abiding. Sometimes we are busy, sometimes still, sometimes pushing with all we’ve got, sometimes waiting. This model of the spiritual life measures and produces growth by asking: Are we living in rhythm with the season we are in? With the lyrical writing for which he is known, Mark invites us to respond to every season of the heart, whether we are flourishing and fruitful, stark and dismal, or cool and windy. In comparing spiritual rhythms to the seasons of the year, he shows us what to expect from each season and how embracing the seasons causes our spiritual lives to prosper. As he draws on the powerful words of Scripture, Mark explores what activities are suitable or necessary in each season—and what activities are useless or even harmful in that season.Throughout the book, Mark weaves together stories of young and old, men and women, families, couples, and individuals who are in or have been through a particular season of the heart. As Mark writes, “I pray that this book meets you in whatever season you’re in, and prepares you for whatever seasons await. I pray that it helps you find your voice, your stride, your rhythm, in season or out. Mostly, I pray that you, with or without my help, find Christ wherever you are. And that, even more, you discover that wherever you are, he’s found you.”



Lunar Abundance

Lunar Abundance Author Ezzie Spencer
ISBN-10 9780762463565
Release 2018-03-06
Pages 240
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Lunar Abundance is a beautiful and practical guide for today's women on cultivating peace, purpose, and abundance in both their personal and professional lives, guided by the phases of the moon. In a world in which women feel increasingly disconnected-from their inner selves, each other, and the world, Lunar Abundance offers a path to reconnection, with results that you can actually see. It shows how by tuning into the natural rhythm of lunar ebbs and flows, you can connect with work, relationships, your body, and surroundings on a higher level than ever before, becoming more productive and self-aware in the process. Filled with inspirational photography and interactive features, it's also a practical guide to self-care that will help you summon your true potential and create a better life for you and for those in your orbit. This beautiful book is perfect for any woman seeking holistic wellness and unique inspiration to feed mind, body, and soul.



The Virtual Learning Organization

The Virtual Learning Organization Author Gordon Prestoungrange
ISBN-10 UVA:X004439465
Release 2000
Pages 249
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This follow-up to the authors' successful The Virtual University in 1998 is a unique account of the work being done around the world to set up large-scale educational and training resources for industry on the Internet. With particular reference to the Marriott Hotels Virtual University that the authors have helped to create, the book will inspire others to look anew at new technology and training methods.



Educating Through Art

Educating Through Art Author Agnes Nobel
ISBN-10 0863151876
Release 1996
Pages 301
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Agnes Nobel examines the importance of art in the development of the child and looks for some answers to the vital question: what is education for? She goes on to investigate why Waldorf/Steiner schools attach such importance to art in education, and why Rudolf Steiner himself brought artistic training into all fields of further education. She describes Steiner's picture of the developing child, his views on the imprint of early experience on the child's whole being and the importance of living relationships and community in the Waldorf school. She shows how these ideas were expressed in the curriculum of the schools. There have been many books written on the Steiner approach to education but they have usually been written from within the Steiner educational movement. This book takes an "outsider's" view of Waldorf education and assesses its unique qualities, successes and limitations.



Man on the Threshold

Man on the Threshold Author Bernard Lievegoed
ISBN-10 0950706264
Release 1985
Pages 224
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Provides an anthroposophical approach to inner training and development. The author was awarded the Golden Quill literary award from the Netherlands Publishers' Association.



Coaching and Mentoring

Coaching and Mentoring Author Bob Garvey
ISBN-10 PSU:000065187593
Release 2008-12-04
Pages 257
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An essential resource for gaining a critical and contemporary understanding of the field of coaching and mentoring.



Confronting Conflict

Confronting Conflict Author Friedrich Glasl
ISBN-10 PSU:000061567122
Release 1999
Pages 186
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Confronting Conflict will be useful for managers, facilitators, management lecturers and professionals such as teachers and community workers, mediators and workers in dispute resolution