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An interdisciplinary anthology of essays exploring the concept of liminality and its fruitful application across a wide range of contemporary subjects.
"I'm a person who listens for a living. I listen for wisdom, and beauty, and for voices not shouting to be heard. This book chronicles some of what I've learned in what has become a conversation across time and generations, across disciplines and denominations."
After the American Civil War, the movement known as Spiritualism began to sweep across America as thousands of people, mostly from shock and grief, tried to make contact with the recently departed. The movement captivated Europe as well, especially England in the aftermath of the Great War and Great Influenza...
By Kent Nerburn
Tells the story of two men, one white and one Native American, connected by their own understandings of life yet struggling to find a common voice. As they journey together through small Indian towns and down forgotten roads, these two men will travel beyond myth and stereotype, revealing an America...
This book is a direct invitation to awaken in a profound, embodied way-to consciously live that awakening in the midst of our messy lives-and to participate in a collective evolution that can create a new world.
This book explores relationships between the medical, psychological and spiritual requirements of patients in health care settings. Building on understanding between all health care disciplines and offering a model for practical development, it presents a holistic, inclusive approach to providing effective care for patients.