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Gnosis 34: Healing. A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions (New)
Book ID: GNO34, GNO34
"Our energy fields often look like mosaics of pieces from family, friends, co-workers, people seen on TV, or even random strangers
encountered on the street."
- Rebecca Wilson, from The Art of Psychic Healing
Contents -- Winter 1995
News & Notes
Introduction: A Healing Tale
by Jay Kinney
How a healing experience inspired this issue.
The Art of Psychic Healing
by Rebecca Wilson
Psychic healing may help you reoccupy your own space and cut away unhealthy attachments.
Healing and the Spiritual World: The GNOSIS Interview with Barbara Brennan
by Jay Kinney
The best-selling healer and author talks about intuition, subtle planes, and visions of Mary.
Taoist Healing Through Chi Nei Tsang
by Dennis Lewis
This form of abdominal massage aids clients in "digesting" emotions.
What's the Use of a Tiger?
by Mary Hendryx
If animal totems work for sports teams and consumer products, maybe they can do something for you.
by Ray L. Beck
Reflexology teaches that the foot is a handle for working with the whole body.
From Woundedness to Union
by Cynthia Bourgeault
Thomas Keating's Centering Prayer may offer a way for processing the contents of the unconscious.
Hermetic Healing in Italy
by Dana Lloyd Thomas
Italy's Brotherhood of Myriam has roots in Pythagoreanism and Masonry.
Beyond the Ideology of Healing
by Richard Grossinger
Holistic healing may have become yet another quest that takes us away from ourselves.
Gnosis: Goal or Ground?
by John Wren-Lewis
Are the notions of "growth" and "evolution" themselves obstacles to gnosis?
The Solar Temple Dossier
A special supplement on the background of the recent tragedy, including an analysis by scholars Massimo Introvigne and J. Gordon Melton and the complete texts of the Solar Temple's final pronouncements.
- The Imagination of Pentecost: Rudolf Steiner and Contemporary Spirituality by Richard Leviton
- The Unknowing Sage: The Life and Work of Baba Faqir Chand edited by David Christopher Lane
- The Key of It All, Book One: The Eastern Mysteries by David Allen Hulse
- Mystical Christianity: A Psychological Commentary on the Gospel of John by John A. Sanford
- Nothing in This Book Is True, But It's Exactly How Things Are by Bob Frissell
- Matrix IV: The Quivideum by Val Valerian
- Kooks: A Guide to the Outer Limits of Human Belief by Donna Kossy
- The Magick of Thelema: A Handbook of the Rituals of Aleister Crowley by Lon Milo DuQuette
- New Aeon Magick: Thelema Without Tears by Gerald del Campo
- Flat Rock Journal: A Day in the Ozark Mountains by Ken Carey
- Black Madonnas: Feminism, Religion, and Politics in Italy by Lucia Chiavola Birnbaum
- Seal of the Saints: Prophethood and Sainthood in the Doctrine of Ibn Arabi by Michel Chodkiewicz
- An Ocean Without Shore: Ibn Arabi, The Book, and the Law by Michel Chodkiewicz
- The Power of Trees: The Reforesting of the Soul by Michael Perlman
- Sacred Trees by Nathaniel Altman
The Principles of New Thought: Tracing Spiritual Truth from the Source to the Soul
DeVorss & Company
The roots of New Thought can be traced back to the early 1800's, and like any spiritual movement, the interpretation and application of basic principles tend to evolve with society in a changing world. From our vantage point in the 21st century, we can see that despite the diverse path New Thought has taken, its core beliefs continue to be a source of comfort for individuals seeking spiritual strength and encouragement.
What are these basic principles and why do they provide a long-lasting s...
Orin Orisa: Songs for Selected Heads. New Revised and Revised Edition, with CD.
Yoruba Theological Archministry
New, expanded edition, and now includes a CD of chants.
This is the first comprehensive translation and review of close to 600 Yoruba songs that have been used in Cuba, by Africans and their descendents, for over two hundred years, and in the U.S. since 1960, to praise and invoke some 25 orisa/deities. The classical character of the music, songs, and historic/elemental archetypes is discussed fully.
This edition includes a 38-page b&w and 12-page color photo insert containing many rare a...
The Holy Trinity and the Law of Three: Discovering the Radical Truth at the Heart of Christianity
Just as she's done in her previous books, Cynthia Bourgeault asks us to take a look at an idea from traditional Christianity--this time the formula of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit--as though we're looking at it for the first time. And as usual, she reveals it to be something we hadn't expected at all.
She finds in the idea of the Holy Trinity a striking vision of the nature of reality. What she claims, in a nutshell, is that embedded within this theological formula that Christians recite mo...
The Afflicted Mirror: A Study of Ordeals and the Making of Compacts
Three Hands Press
Measuring the connectivity between the visible and invisible, by using physicality as a signifier, brings another aspect to the fore. There appears to be good reason to believe there is a ratio in physical difference when it comes to observing how the metaphysical manifests partial presences. Exponential distortions correspond to how we retain a level of contact with the Other. When these abnormalities become exaggerated they prompt greater emotive responses, such as fear. By expressing an Ot...
Salomonic Magical Arts: Being two Swedish Books of the Black Art (The Red Book and The Black Book)
Three Hands Press
Water, I exhort you olansgält. Lucifer, I exhort you with all your company, that you will bring my belongings back again. May the thief never come to peace, neither at night nor at day, sleeping or awake, riding or on foot or by any means, until he returns what he has stolen...
From A Spell To Catch Thieves
Amid the great genres of European magical books are the Scandinavian Svartkonstböcker or ‘Books of Black Arts’, the privately-kept practical man...