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Three Gates to Meditation Practice

Author : David A. Cooper
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This guidebook to Sufism, Buddhism, and Judaism shows how practicing within more than one spiritual tradition can lead to a true spiritual path.

The Quotable Jewish Woman

Author : Elaine Partnow
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The thoughts and writings of more than 250 Jewish women are presented in a collection of more than two thousand quotes, containing insights in a variety of topics, from civil rights to spirituality to food, all providing the inspiration and wisdom of remarkable women. $20,000 ad/promo.

Jewish Ritual

Author : Kerry M. Olitzky
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Two rabbis explore the historical meaning and contemporary use of ten Jewish rituals, including observing the Sabbath, keeping kosher, studying torah, prayers, and blessings. Original.

Filling Words with Light

Author : Lawrence Kushner
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"In Filling Words with Light Lawrence Kushner and Nehemia Polen offer new interpretations, flashes of insight, stories, and reflections on the words that compose the Jewish liturgy and enrich our understanding of how and why we pray."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Keeping Faith with the Psalms

Author : Daniel F. Polish
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The Book of Psalms has been beloved by generations of readers. It offers solace in times of trouble, holds out hope for rescue and redemption, and helps to answer some of the difficult questions raised by faith. The Book of Psalms is more personal than other books of the Bible; instead of telling stories with God as the central actor, the psalmists talk to-and about-God. Rabbi Daniel Polish leads you into the Bible to discover ways you can use the Psalms to shape your own personal spiritual outlook. Polish does not give any simple solutions, but reveals how you can discover answers for yourself through the Psalms. You will explore: Meeting God in Nature Finding God in Torah Finding God through Historical Experience of the Jewish People The Problem of Evil in Our World Facing Our Mortality Finding Our Relationship with God Jerusalem as Symbol and Reality What Does the Lord Require? The Call to Social Justice.

The Women s Haftarah Commentary

Author : Elyse Goldstein
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In this groundbreaking collection, more than 50 women rabbis come together to offer readers inspiring insights on the second and third portions of the Hebrew Scripture: the Prophets and Writings.

The Handbook of Jewish Meditation Practices

Author : David A. Cooper
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The author, a noted rabbi, urges Jewish readers to take a break from their lives to recharge their batteries using traditional Jewish methods of meditation. Original.Tour. $10,000 ad/promo.

The practice of piety directing a Christian how to walk that he may please God Amplified by the author The fifty first edition corrected The dedicatory epistle signed Lewis Baily

Author : Lewis BAYLY (Bishop of Bangor.)
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Ecstatic Kabbalah

Author : David A. Cooper
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Kabbalah—the secret is out! From Madonna's controversial conversion to the Dalai Lama's acknowledgment and support, this mystical tradition is gaining unprecedented recognition. But how do we put this powerful and esoteric worldview into practice? With The Ecstatic Kabbalah, Rabbi David Cooper—author of bestseller God Is a Verb (Riverhead, 1998) and a renowned leader of the Jewish meditation movement—provides practical exercises on the path toward "mending the soul," the fundamental Jewish experience that brings union with the Divine. With meditation techniques for both beginning and advanced practitioners, The Ecstatic Kabbalah guides listeners into awareness of the presence of light with experiential practices for touching the four worlds of mystical Judaism: Physical—breath work and mind-body harmonization Emotional—tone the divine names as an expression of devotion Mental—learn the histories of these techniques Spiritual—stabilize your connection with divine presence Finally, the long-sequestered doors of Kabbalah are open to all listeners, as they are invited to dwell in the embrace of the Divine with The Ecstatic Kabbalah's practices of daily renewal.

101 Vacations to Change Your Life

Author : Karin Baji Holms
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A comprehensive guide to the best spas and wellness centers in the country lists phone numbers, addresses, services, and accomodations for these centers of spiritual well-being. Original.

The Complete Guide to Buddhist America

Author : Don Morreale
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Lists more than one thousand Buddhist centers and retreats in the U.S. and Canada, and describes the philosophy and facilities at each institution

Finding God Beyond Religion

Author : Tom Stella
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Do you describe yourself as spiritual but not religious? Whether young or old, church connected or not, are you spiritually restless for an authentic faith life but do not find conventional religious teachings pertinent to you? This accessible guide to a meaningful spiritual life is a salve for your soul. It reinterprets traditional religious teachings central to the Christian faith - God, Jesus, faith, prayer, morality and more - in ways that connect with people who have outgrown the beliefs and devotional practices that once made sense to them.

The Rider Encyclopedia of Eastern Philosophy and Religion

Author : Ingrid Fischer-Schreiber
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This encyclopedia contains 4000 entries which deal with the teachers, doctrines, disciplines, practices and mythology of Oriential spiritual thought. The text includes a pronunciation guide and bibliography to provide a complete reference work for scholars, students and general readers.

Korea Journal

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God in All Moments

Author : Or N. Rose
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Spiritual direction for today's spiritual seeker from the wisdom of the Hasidic rabbis.

A History of Indian Buddhism

Author : Hirakawa Akira
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This comprehensive and detailed survey of the first six centuries of Indian Buddhism sums up the results of a lifetime of research and reflection by one of Japan's most renowned scholars of Buddhism.

A Study of Korean Zen Buddhism Approached Through the Chodangjip

Author : Kyŏng-bo Sŏ
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Cahiers d Extr me Asie

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Ch o i isun 1786 1866

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The Shambhala Dictionary of Buddhism and Zen

Author : Ingrid Fischer-Schreiber
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With over fifteen hundred entries and forty-six illustrations, The Shambhala Dictionary of Buddhism and Zen is the most complete compact reference work of its kind available in the English language. It is designed not only for students and meditators but also as a took to help familiarize all readers with Buddhist terms and concepts—such as chakra, karma, koan, nirvana, and tantra—that are encountered with increasing regularity in the literature of a wide range of fields today. The lives and teachings of important philosophers and meditation masters, the variety of practices, the basic texts and scriptures, and the range of sects and schools of thought are among the subjects covered. Pronunciation tables, a comprehensive bibliography, and a Ch'an/Zen lineage chart are also provided.