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Body Mime and Soul

Author : Ken Alcorn
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Delve into the life of a man who did not speak for a career, but who found his voice in the middle of an empty stage, on the pages of notebooks, the lines of poetry and lyrics, paint on canvases, and voice-overs for radio. Read the humorous and poignant stories of mime and actor turned full time father.


Author : AiR
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What is the Soul? Do you have a Soul? Will your Soul go to heaven after you die? Haven’t you heard such questions about the Soul? But what is the truth that remains unknown to humanity? The myth of the Soul is one of the greatest mysteries in the world and one that most people have not been able to unravel. We live and die thinking that we have a Soul. Most of us believe that our Soul will be reborn. We also think that there are ‘good’ Souls and ‘bad’ Souls, but we have not realized the truth about the Soul. When a person dies, we say, “May his Soul rest in peace”, or “Let us pray for the departed Soul.” Little do we realize that we are completely ignorant about the truth of the Soul! This book will help us overcome the mystery of the Soul and help us realize that we don’t have a Soul, we are the Soul! This realization will liberate us from all the misery and suffering of the world.

Silver Universe

Author : Laura Dryjanska
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Silver Universe explores the topic of aging through an interdisciplinary lens and promotes a high quality life for aging individuals through the idea of active living, which encourages patients to exercise, have a healthy diet, and engage in disease prevention efforts.

Mime Music and Drama on the Eighteenth Century Stage

Author : Edward Nye
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The 'ballet d'action' was one of the most successful and controversial forms of theatre in the early modern period. A curious hybrid of dance, mime and music, its overall and overriding intention was to create drama. It was danced drama rather than dramatic dance, musical drama rather than dramatic music. Most modern critical studies of the ballet d'action treat it more narrowly as stage dance and very few view it as part of the history of mime. Little use has previously been made of the most revealing musical evidence. This innovative book does justice to the distinctive hybrid nature of the ballet d'action by taking a comparative approach, using contemporary literature and literary criticism, music, mime and dance from a wide range of English and European sources. Edward Nye presents a fascinating study of this important and influential part of eighteenth-century European theatre.

Let go of your EGO And you will find GOD

Author : AiR
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Many of us do not realize that it is our Ego that is the cause for us not realizing God within. The Ego distances our self from God. God actually lives in the temple of our heart as per the Bible, the Quran, the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads. Still, we are unable to find God, to realize God. Why? It is because of the Ego. If we remove the ‘E’ or the ‘I’ from the Ego, then the ‘D’, the ‘Divine’ will appear. If we remove the Ego, we will find God! This powerful book will transform your life. It will show you the way to God, just as it will guide you on how to let go of your Ego. It will open the door to eternal peace and everlasting joy!

The Birth to Presence

Author : Jean-Luc Nancy
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The epoch of representation is as old as the West. Indeed, representation is the West, understood as what at once designates and expands its own limits. But what comes after the West? What comes after representation's disclosure of its own limit? The central problem posed in these essays, collected from over a decade of work, is how in the wake of Western ontologies to conceive the coming, the birth that characterizes being. We are now at the limit of representation, where objects as we experience them have been show to be merely objects of representation--or rather, of presentation, since there is nothing to (re)present. The first part of this book, "Existence," asks how, today, one can give sense of meaning to existence as such, arguing that existence itself, as it comes nude into the world, must now be our "sense." In examining what this birth to presence might be, we should not ask what presence "is"; rather we should conceive presence as presence to someone, including to presence itself. This birth is not the constitution of an identity, but the endless departure of an identity from, and from within, its other, or others. Its coming is not desire but jouissance, the joy of averring oneself to be continually in the state of being born--a rejoicing of birth, a birth of rejoicing. The second section, "Poetry," asks: What art exposes this? In writing, in the voice, in painting? And what if art is exposed to it? How does it inscribe (or rather, "exscribe," in a term the book develops) the coming existence as such? The author's trajectory in this book crosses those of Hegel, Schlegel, Baudelaire, Nietzsche, Freud, and Heidegger, in their comments on art and politics, existence and corporeality, everyday life and its modes of existence and ecstasy. An analysis that dares this crossing involves all the varied accounts of existence, political as well as philosophical, and all the realms of poverty.

Americans and Their Idols

Author : Paul Alfred Barton
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So many singers, so few winners, Americans' Idols give their all for the love of singing, the hate of loosing, the joy of winning. Music and song are the healing forces of the world.

The Art of Mime

Author : Irene Mawer
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Electric Salome

Author : Rhonda K. Garelick
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Loie Fuller was the most famous American in Europe throughout the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Rising from a small-time vaudeville career in the States, she attained international celebrity as a dancer, inventor, impresario, and one of the first women filmmakers in the world. Fuller befriended royalty and inspired artists such as Mallarmé, Toulouse-Lautrec, Rodin, Sarah Bernhardt, and Isadora Duncan. Today, though, she is remembered mainly as an untutored "pioneer" of modern dance and stage technology, the "electricity fairy" who created a sensation onstage whirling under colored spotlights. But in Rhonda Garelick's Electric Salome, Fuller finally receives her due as a major artist whose work helped lay a foundation for all modernist performance to come. The book demonstrates that Fuller was not a mere entertainer or precursor, but an artist of great psychological, emotional, and sexual expressiveness whose work illuminates the centrality of dance to modernism. Electric Salome places Fuller in the context of classical and modern ballet, Art Nouveau, Orientalism, surrealism, the birth of cinema, American modern dance, and European drama. It offers detailed close readings of texts and performances, situated within broader historical, cultural, and theoretical frameworks. Accessibly written, the book also recounts the human story of how an obscure, uneducated woman from the dustbowl of the American Midwest moved to Paris, became a star, and lived openly for decades as a lesbian.


Author : Vince Allio
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Step is a revelation of honesty, vulnerability, and insight into modern woman's struggle with society's pre-conceived notions of self.

God s Creative Gift Unleashing the Artist in You

Author : Jody Thomae
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God's Creative Gift is an in-depth study for the creative Christian. It is intended for both professional and lay artists, for the casual crafter and hobbyist, and for those in both sacred and secular settings. It is for those who see things where others do not and for those whose imaginations cannot be confined by religious dogma and tradition. It is for musicians, singers, painters, sculptors, dancers, dramatists, writers, poets, carvers, weavers, film editors, photographers, filmmakers, architects, designers--anyone who finds inspiration in creativity. Focusing on the creative spirit within, it is designed to help you draw your inspiration from a Deeper Source. It is deeply rooted in Scripture--for the creative Christian must enter into the Word of God on a regular basis in order to know the choreographer of her steps, the crafter of her designs, the author and perfecter of her faith, and the sculptor of her creative heart, soul, mind, and body. And to know Him intimately.

Mime and Beyond

Author : Samuel Avital
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A System of Biblical Psychology

Author : Franz Delitzsch
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Franz Delitzsch maintains that throughout the Bible's stories and poetry emerges an extensive picture of human nature - humans acting and reacting in various situations. An examination of the Bible, then, may form the basis of a well-defined system of psychology. Delitzsch contends that a study of Biblical psychology should have as its purpose to bring out the views of Scripture regarding the nature, the life, and life-destinies of the soul, as they are determined in the history of salvation. He thoroughly examines the relationships of human to human, human to God, and human to self as viewed through the lens of the Bible. Major headings include pre-existence, creation, the fall, man's natural condition, the regeneration, death, and resurrection and consummation. Under these headings he discusses an array of topics of interest to modern readers, including personality, the soul, and health and sickness.

Le Centre Du Silence Mime Work Book

Author : Samuel Avital
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Body and Soul

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Body Soul

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Author : Paul Valéry
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The Cahiers/Notebooks of Paul Valéry are a unique form of writing. They reveal Valéry as one of the most radical and creative minds of the twentieth century, encompassing a wide range of investigation into all spheres of human activity. His work explores the arts, the sciences, philosophy, history and politics, investigating linguistic, psychological and social issues, all linked to the central questions, relentlessly posed: 'what is the human mind and how does it work?', 'what is the potential of thought and what are its limits?' But we encounter here too, Valéry the writer: exploratory, fragmentary texts undermine the boundaries between analysis and creativity, between theory and practice. Neither journal nor diary, eluding the traditional genres of writing, the Notebooks offer lyrical passages, writing of extreme beauty, prose poems of extraordinary descriptive power alongside theoretical considerations of poetics, ironic aphorisms and the most abstract kind of analysis. The concerns and the insights that occupied Valéry's inner voyages over more than 50 years remain as relevant as ever for the contemporary reader: for the Self that is his principal subject is at once singular and universal.

Humanity Prime

Author : Bruce McAllister
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When Man's emerging star-empire met that of the savage Cromanths, the alien hordes began a war of extinction against humankind. So overwhelming was their power that Earth's outposts and finally the Earth itself were utterly destroyed. But one starship managed to escape, carrying colonists toward some distant habitable planet .if such a place existed .and if the Cromanths didn't find them first. The mission was successful and the colony established. Mankind began to adapt to its new world, developed new abilities, and forgot much of its past on Earth. But then a Cromanth ship landed on the new planet -- and the last remnants of humanity were in jeopardy once more. Could humankind somehow survive this savage new onslaught by the Cromanthian Empire? A major SF novel by a modern master of the genre.

Bodies and Souls

Author : Matthew Price
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From the Greek Mimes to Marcel Marceau and Beyond

Author : Annette Lust
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Looks at the history and evolution of mime, from the ancient Greeks through the 20th century.