This book is about Re-Awakening of Art and creative expression, in everyone together with a parallel growth in consciousness.
Author: Meera Hashimoto
Publisher: Perfect Pubs Limited
This book is about Re-Awakening of Art and creative expression, in everyone together with a parallel growth in consciousness. Meera reapproaches the reawakening of art through offering painiting trainings and workshops- waking people's forgotten source - the creative impulse hidden in us all - which is ready to be freed at any moment.
This is important for an understanding of the second part of the cycle , the famous
article ' Mr . - ov and the Question of Art . In his intervention in the debate between
the upholders of ' utilitarian art ' and the upholders of ' art for art ' s sake ' ...
Author: Raffaella Vassena
Publisher: Peter Lang
The second edition of the Diary of a Writer (1876-1877) marked a crucial point in Dostoevskii's literary career. In spite of critics' attacks, many ordinary readers were overwhelmed by Dostoevskii's charisma and began writing to him from different parts of Russia, expressing their views of the moral, social and political issues dealt with in the Diary. Such success was guaranteed also by the original rhetorical style of the Diary of a Writer, which aimed to involve readers and persuade them to share Dostoevskii's beliefs. By concentrating on new material, consisting of correspondence between Dostoevskii and his readers, and applying a new methodology, reader-response criticism and genre studies, the author investigates how Dostoevskii's rhetoric in the Diary of a Writer affected the Russian reading public, transformed Dostoevskii's image in Russian society, and reawakened national identity.
This art of communication began in Chakra 2, was strengthened in Chakra 3,
polished in Chakra 4, and in Chakra 5 it is mastered. Chakra 5 is also the chakra
of mental body mastery. This mastery entails mental organization and order; ...
Author: Artimia Arian
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Essential tools enabling you to hear your Inner Teacher clearly. A simple map to direct your life and to guide you Home.
92 THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES The American
Academy of Arts and Sciences received its corporate charter from the
Massachusetts legislature in 1780. In contrast to the military engineering origins
of the NAS, the ...
Author: Renée Beville Flower
Publisher: University of California eScholarship
A core institution in the human endeavor—the public research university—is in transition. As U.S. public universities adapt to a multi-decadal decline in public funding, they risk losing their essential character as a generator, evaluator, and archivist of ideas and as a wellspring of tomorrow’s intellectual, economic, and political leaders. This book explores the core interdependent and coevolving structures of the research university: its physical domain (buildings, libraries, classrooms), administration (governance and funding), and intellectual structures (curricula and degree programs). It searches the U.S. history of the public research university to identify its essential qualities, and generates recommendations that identify the crucial roles of university administration, state government and federal government.
Returning back to our theme; an exciting era of UFO enlightenment also occurred
during the Renaissance years, where several paintings and artworks were
commissioned with vivid pictures of ufos in the skies above depictions of religious
Author: Colin K Smith
Past, present and future finally collide in this fascinating, action-packed, enlightening account of our long-forgotten ancient past catching up with its impending Earth-shattering future! Following annihilation of their own world after a cosmic collision between Triton and Pluto, which sent Venus spiralling into a near-Sun orbit, the Venusian's set up the Atlantis Empire on Earth. However, following genetic enhancement of humanity, the cosmopolitan harmony was catastrophically interrupted by invading Reptilian forces from the Red Dwarf Star system which passed by our solar system 70K years ago. This sparked a 30K Cold War, also ending in global destruction. Finally, the past catches up with the present and following an unexpected encounter between brothers and a Venusian in waters off the Welsh coast, a highly publicised series of astonishing events unravels, captured instantly by social media. Then humanity faces the fact it really is not alone in the Universe, let alone on Earth!
A wood floor is laid, state-of-the-art equipment is brought in, and thousands come
to revel in the magic of the music and the space. The official name of these after-
parties is Magic Journeys. There I was, alone in my moment, sharing it with ...
Author: Howard Lawrence Scheiner, MD/AAHIVS
DR. HOWARD SCHEINER WELCOMES YOU TO A GREATER REALITY “REAWAKENING – A BOOK OF LIFE AND A STORY BEYOND TIME" (New York, NY) Dr. Howard Scheiner welcomes you to a Greater Reality! Located on a point of intersection of science and spirituality called “belief” his new book REAWAKENING, details a highly personal journey of life and spirit that lead him to a greater understanding of universal truth and offers readers enlightenment and wisdom through their own journey of life. A successful Manhattan physician, Scheiner awakes each day happy to be alive, feeling blessed with all the joys and sorrows of his life, joyfully connected to All-That-Is and thoroughly savoring his singular journey. With greater understanding came a new perspective. His first manuscript, A BOOK OF LIFE was and is the story of his journey to understanding and belief in a Greater Reality. In REAWAKENING, the words he now writes come from this new and different perspective – words that come to him outside his five senses. They come from spirit; from greater wisdom and expanded consciousness. “The big questions of the meaning and purpose of life have always been with me in some subliminal manner, but the easier questions of life and death seemed more within my grasp. Perhaps that is part of the reason I became a physician. So, over many years, I have become very well acquainted with both the mode of entry to and exit from this life. When it came to religious dogma and faith in a higher power, I completely recoiled in disbelief.” says Scheiner. “I made a leap of faith and as a result achieved a sense of freedom that I have never before experienced. That leap was to believe the reality I experienced and not doubt the truth of what happened.” Soul bearing, highly personal, sometimes humorous and often shocking REAWAKENING offers a new interpretation regarding the concept of “God / Universe.” Through examples of his own life, Scheiner gives readers understanding and insight into their own personal journeys.
All the wires and copper pipes had been yanked out from behind the wallboard.
The fine art that Margaret and Ihad collected over the years had been ripped from
the walls and most likely used as kindling. There were holesin everything.
Author: Joseph Souza
Publisher: Permuted Press
A series of terrible things begin to happen when a scientist with a dark past resumes his genetic experiments in a small Maine town. The animals suddenly become aggressive for no apparent reason, attacking anyone within sight, including Rick’s wife. After slaughtering his diseased herd, Rick realizes to his horror that they have come back to life. Soon the farm is under siege by the deranged animals, and a small group of refugees who have assembled in the farmhouse must hunker down and defend themselves against the terrible onslaught of cannibals. The entire town soon becomes filled with the human flesh-eaters, threatening the farmhouse and the survivors within it. But they all have the same message before they reawaken: they are seeking the chosen ones. The onset of winter provides a temporary defense against the army of the dead, but with supplies running low, the survivors realize they must formulate a plan before the arrival of spring and the dreaded melt-off. And as the world outside them descends into total madness, a surprising leader emerges from the group who will hopefully lead them to safety.
Publisher: University of Washington Press
In 1897 August Strindberg, almost fifty years old, embarked on one of the great comebacks in the history of literature. For six years he had lived as an exile in Germany, Austria, and France. Though more than twenty years earlier he had earned a place in Scandinavian literature, the general view in Sweden was that he was finished, his career over. Then, with the publication of Inferno, the novel that described some of the most harrowing experiences of his exile years, he returned swiftly to the center of Swedish literary life. In Out of Inferno Harry G. Carlson analyzes the reasons for Strindberg’s collapse and subsequent reemergence as an influential modern writer. Strindberg’s early success was as a realist, or Naturalist, writer in the 1870s and 1880s. Astute and politically conscious, Strindberg emphasized social relevance in his art. At the same time, however, he instinctively trusted his highly inventive "visions." The tensions and contradictions between realist and dreamer ultimately helped precipitate the collapse of his career in the Inferno years. Carlson explores Strindberg’s struggle to redefine both his art and himself as an artist, and the influence on him of various intellectual trends in fin de siècle Berlin and Paris—occultism, alchemy, Orientalism, medievalism. After declaring himself finished with drama and fiction, Strindberg turned to an old love, painting, and sought out friends in avant-garde circles, among them Munch and Gauguin. His renewed interest in painting and in experiments in the powers of the visual imagination laid the groundwork for the radical experimentation of his later drama. In the extraordinary atmosphere of artistic ferment in Berlin and Paris, Strindberg’s always sensitive visual imagination became recharged with energy, and the writer was inspired to return to work. The results in plays like To Damascus, A Dream Play, The Dance of Death, Erik XIV, and The Ghost Sonata amounted to a vision of drama that helped change the course of the modern theatre.
... quest wasn't about this hat; it was about reawakening a part of myself I'd put to
sleep long ago. The hat was just a symbol—a clue pointing me to where I needed
to look. It was about resurrecting my love of color and art in the form of apparel.
Author: Cheryl Richardson
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Beloved author and teacher Cheryl Richardson updates her classic, New York Times best-selling self-care manual, giving you the permission and practical tools you need to dramatically upgrade your life. "For the last 20 years I've dedicated my personal and professional life to the importance of self-care by teaching from my own experience," writes Cheryl Richardson. "In the past, I've sacrificed my health and my relationships for work, given to others at the expense of my own needs, and watched my dreams slip through the cracks of a busy life. As a result, I've learned a lot about what it takes to put an end to the madness. . . . From years of personal experience, as well as coaching great men and women, I've come to understand that selfishness leads to selflessness. When we care deeply for ourselves, we naturally begin to care for others - our families, our friends, our greater global community, and the environment - in a healthier and more effective way. We tell the truth. We make choices from love instead of guilt and obligation. And we soon realize that we're all connected and that our individual actions affect a greater whole." This updated edition of Cheryl's best-selling handbook The Art of Extreme Self-Care brings her message home to readers with a new section about forming and running a successful support group, as well as updated resources so readers stay inspired and motivated. Her practical, action-oriented program outlines 12 strategies to transform your life one month at a time, each one challenging you to alter one behavior that's blocking your path. Chapters include "End the Legacy of Deprivation," "Find Your Passion," "The Absolute No List," and "Does That Anger Taste Good?" (Hint: it really doesn't.)
In Leonardo this altered the play of affects and brought about a redistribution of
the energy devoted to science and art. The reawakening of sexuality stimulated
creation and lifted the inhibition that had been attached to it.8 The spectator's ...
Author: Christopher Kul-Want
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Here, for the first time, Christopher Kul-Want brings together twenty-five texts on art written by twenty philosophers. Covering the Enlightenment to postmodernism, these essays draw on Continental philosophy and aesthetics, the Marxist intellectual tradition, and psychoanalytic theory, and each is accompanied by an overview and interpretation. The volume features Martin Heidegger on Van Gogh's shoes and the meaning of the Greek temple; Georges Bataille on Salvador Dalí's The Lugubrious Game; Theodor W. Adorno on capitalism and collage; Walter Benjamin and Roland Barthes on the uncanny nature of photography; Sigmund Freud on Leonardo Da Vinci and his interpreters; Jacques Lacan and Julia Kristeva on the paintings of Holbein; Freud's postmodern critic, Gilles Deleuze on the visceral paintings of Francis Bacon; and Giorgio Agamben on the twin traditions of the Duchampian ready-made and Pop Art. Kul-Want elucidates these texts with essays on aesthetics, from Hegel and Nietzsche to Badiou and Rancière, demonstrating how philosophy adopted a new orientation toward aesthetic experience and subjectivity in the wake of Kant's powerful legacy.
According to Benjamin , it strips off the ephemeral beauty of the work of art but in
the process reawakens a deeper beauty that is “ more than empty dreaming ” (
182 ) . This reawakening of beauty is a reawakening of art itself , of an art whose
Author: Suzanne Gearhart
"In The Interrupted Dialectic Suzanne Gearhart argues that Hegelian speculative philosophy and Freudian psychoanalysis--and ultimately, important currents of contemporary literary theory as well--find their origins and self-justification in the particular interpretation each gives to tragedy." "Gearhart shows not only what draws philosophers and psychoanalysts to tragedy--especially to Antigone, Oedipus, and Hamlet--but also why tragedy both yields confirmation of their theoretical insights and resists their conclusions. Philosophy and psychoanalysis, she contends, entertain a "dialectic" with tragedy, yet this dialectic is "interrupted" constantly by the deeply problematic character of the model of tragedy being used to support theoretical speculation." "In addition to reassessing the relation between Kant, Hegel, and the tragic, Gearhart analyzes the process of "tragic identification" in texts such as Corneille's Horace, Racine's Iphigenie, Prevost's Manon Lescaut, and Beaumarchais's Le Mariage de Figaro. Through her readings of Nietzsche's Birth of Tragedy, Freud's theory of primary masochism, and Diderot's Le Neveu de Rameau, and the work of theorists such as Lessing, Benjamin, Auerbach, and Lacoue-Labarthe, she argues for the fundamental complexity of the "subject of tragedy" and against all attempts to reconstruct the subject in terms of an aesthetic, unconscious, sexual, and cultural "identity.""--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Julius von Schlosser On the History of Art Historiography – “ The Gothic ” The
notion of a development of art in a three ... an outline of the development of
Tuscan art , which states that the school of Giotto brought the reawakening of the
Author: Gert Schiff
Publisher: A&C Black
"Published in cooperation with Deutsches Haus, New York University"--T.p. verso.