This book is divided into three parts, each part named appropriately—Land, Sky, and Sea (of course!). Part One: Land deals with the fundamentals of earth spirituality. Breathwork, affirmations of self, being and body, grounding and ...
Author: Gede Parma
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
For Witches and Pagans of all traditions and paths, By Land, Sky & Sea will help you develop an intimate understanding of the magickal lore and traditions of modern shamanic pathworking. Based upon the Celtic realms of land, sky, and sea, this wise and unique book explores the ancient trinity and its Greek, Hawaiian, Hindu, Stregheria, and Wiccan customs. Gede Parma guides you through effective methods for working in the three realms, culminating in powerful rituals for each. Gain basic skills in breathwork, omenwalking, divination, and celebrating the body through dance Learn techniques for energy work and expanding consciousness, such as astral projection, clearing and balancing the chakras, and clairvoyance Enact true shamanic practices of trance, vision journeying, channeling, oracle reading, initiation, and rebirth Praise: "Lyrical, anecdotal, and practical . . . This book will engage and refresh the seasoned practitioner of modern Witchcraft and enlighten the novice equally. Recommended."—Kala Trobe, author of The Witch's Guide to Life
There was nothing on Earth that he feared, but the one thing that haunted him was the thought of the Sky Spirits preventing him from reigning over the North. He had travelled to distant lands and seen all that the world had to offer.
Author: Katłıà Katłįà
Publisher: Fernwood Publishing
A vexatious shapeshifter walks among humans. Shadowy beasts skulk at the edges of the woods. A ghostly apparition haunts a lonely stretch of highway. Spirits and legends rise and join together to protect the north. Land-Water-Sky/Ndè-Tı-Yat’a is the debut novel from Dene author Katłıà. Set in Canada’s far north, this layered composite novel traverses space and time, from a community being stalked by a dark presence, a group of teenagers out for a dangerous joyride, to an archeological site on a mysterious island that holds a powerful secret. Riveting, subtle, and unforgettable, Katłıà gives us a unique perspective into what the world might look like today if Indigenous legends walked amongst us, disguised as humans, and ensures that the spiritual significance and teachings behind the stories of Indigenous legends are respected and honored. We acknowledge the support of Arts Nova Scotia.
... a "they" who inhabit another land; and class domination, in which a "w ' who are economically and politically advantaged either oppress or exercise paternalistic control over a “they” who are poor. 26 EARTH, SKY, GODS, AND MORTALS.
Author: Jay B. McDaniel
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
In this innovative volume, Jay McDaniel creatively weaves various strands of contemporary theology into a vibrant pattern for an ecological spirituality. Influenced by process theology, the author synthesizes core insights of feminism, liberation theology, creation theology, and world religions. He focuses this varied knowledge around the central theme of an ecologically sound and nurturing faith. The work is strengthened by provocative study questions, an insightful appendix on the role of silence in ecological spirituality, and a comprehensive, annotated bibliography.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Public Lands and ForestsPublish On: 2003
Most of “ Wild Šky ” was not formally studied for its wilderness potential . Lands proposed for Wilderness must include formal public involvement . The “ Wild Sky ” area is not threatened . . . why Wilderness then ?
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Public Lands and Forests
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Earth. Sky. There was never a story, But never a moment, dull or dreary And there they were, always a little wary The law of their universe, a little scary. They could never ignore the alchemy, Their bric-a-brac moments of conjury That ...
Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers
Earth Sky is a collection of poetry that weaves together the realities of the many worlds we inhabit. Countless glimpses offered by the multitude of windows, through which we perceive life. The timeless magic of words we mortals conjured up eons ago, to breathe immortality into our deepest dreams and designs. Each poem is a world in itself, showing you different sights through diverse windows. There is wonder, bliss, mystery, awe, love, longing, pain, dreams, fury and indeed, hope, that awaits.
Stellar Science Projects About Earth's Sky Why is the sky blue ? How can you make a cloud ? Can you find direction from the stars in the sky ? The exciting experiments in this book will unlock the secrets of Earth's sky .
Author: Robert Gardner
Publisher: Enslow Publishers, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Provides step-by-step instructions for a variety of projects involving the sky, and answers such questions as "Why is it blue?" and "How do clouds form?"
ABOUT TH E BOOK Finding Home: Earth, Sky, Ocean Spirit This book of poems, new and selected, has been years in the making. Nearing a seventieth decade, one is reminded of Leonard Cohen's admonition to make a record of one's life.
Author: Carol Thomas, Ph.D
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
About The Book Finding Home: Earth, Sky, Ocean Spirit This book of poems, new and selected, has been years in the making. Nearing a seventieth decade, one is reminded of Leonard Cohen’s admonition to make a record of one’s life. Adrienne Rich suggests that one finds the deepest truths of a woman’s life in her poetry, poetry that draws from and illuminates her autobiography. Its language is precocious and uncanny in its efforts to explicate the nature of her lived experience. I have taught creative writing in a number of contexts: with troubled adolescents, in colleges and universities, in a women’s prison, and with patients and clients in my own private practice in New London, Connecticut. It was always the journaling that revealed and explicated the individual’s trauma and allowed them to move to what might be called a quotidian delight, which they had not been able to find before—that life might hold a quotidian ecstasy was a new and wondrous idea to them, and one they could find access to. The earth, sky, ocean, spirit, and their own embodied and ensouled selves were the means to their own connectedness to the universe. Human language began with woman’s singing, her music, her natural response to giving life, and perceiving the plenitude around her. A mother murmuring vowels and consonants, soft language of warmth, comfort, and tenderness. There is reason to believe that at one time on the island of Crete, long ago, there was a woman-centered culture in which the values of nurturing, living in harmony with the natural world, using a language that emerged from this matrix. Warriors came, the earlier culture was destroyed, and the language reflected the new and violent warring culture. The new patriarchal lexicon focused on the lived experience of the men. It concerned power, victory, defeat, and death. It was literal, denotative as opposed to connotative; it was didactic, hierarchical, and dismissive of the language and life of the woman’s perspective. It would seem that in contemporary American culture, the exclusion of what we might call poetic language—that is, language that expresses the truth and affects of the human being—has become obsolete, replaced by patriarchal language ubiquitous in the political violence of the day and the seeming waning of what we thought was an American way of life. These poems attempt to illuminate a woman’s experience of her world. They further attempt to suggest the need for Whitman’s notion of the need for an increasingly “capacious imagination.” Perhaps men are not from Mars and women from Venus. Adrienne Rich suggests, there is hope for a common language more in harmony with the truth, reality, and ambiguity of the natural world. And perhaps after all, even with the angst and anxiety of living in this world, we are all poets, soul-searching people, all of whom experience quotidian ecstasy—moments of the pure joy of living, mystery, and incomprehensibleness, bringing delight and clarity, affirming and confirming the wondrous miracle of our lives.
She was sorry that in this Strange Land sky touched the earth , and she made up her children must not ask questions . But she was mind to walk there and put her hand on it , and a good little girl , and tried to do whatever this see if ...