Rooted in the Infinite

This book is a compilation of direct experiences revealed in meditation over many years.

Rooted in the Infinite

Author: Rebbie Straubing

Publisher: Rebbie Straubing

ISBN: 9780978906504

Page: 304

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This book is a compilation of direct experiences revealed in meditation over many years. Defined by the author as a mystical approach to alignment, Rooted in the Infinite offers a complete explanation and concrete exercises that enable readers to begin, continue, or enhance their meditative life for the purpose of unity with the Divine, creating the heart's desire in the physical, and cultivating a sense of balance in one's life. The novice may finally find a teaching that will prepare her for successful sitting. The hatha yoga practitioner can achieve great focus and alignment that will enhance his practice dramatically. Advanced meditators will find in this book the possibility of deepening of their practice. Cindy Saul, Publisher and Editor, "phenomeNEWS" www.phenomenews.com "Popular phenomeNEWS columnist Rebbie Straubing's first book is wonderful. In this easy-to-read and clearly written text, Straubing describes her system of YOFA, the yoga of alignment. She uses the analogy of a garden to describe the stages one goes through in reaching inner enlightenment, which leads to inner peace and healing. Her technique of using three points of connection, the X, Y and Z-axes which all intersect at the "root" of consciousness puts meditation into a framework that makes sense. And she includes the chakra system, combining them all together in a homogenous energetic mix of mind, body and soul connection that moves us into enhanced transcendent experience. The exercises at the end of the book compliment the information in the early chapters. Meditation is now something that everyone can align themselves with easily and effortlessly. Of course, being a big Abraham fan, I love her abundant useof their teachings throughout the book. They have obviously been a big influence in her life and in enhancing the creation of this most valuable learning tool. "Straubing uses the analogy of the garden to teach. She brings it all together in the final chapter when she writes, "The inner garden that we have been tending turns out to be the garden of the Self and it exists only at that extraordinary point where here, now and being intersect. We water this garden by pouring our uninterrupted pure consciousness on its fertile ground. We cultivate with the practices of concentration and meditation, which weed out conflicts in our vibration and bring forward the sweet fruit of our hearts' desires." I recommend this book for anyone wanting to learn meditation or to enhance their current meditation practice and also for novices just beginning to understand universal flow. "Thanks, Rebbie, for bringing us a practical, easy-to-use technique to brighten and lighten our path."

Office Hours with a Geometric Group Theorist

Since ends of the rooted binary tree can be described as infinite strings of 0's and
1's via a natural addressing scheme where 0 indicates left and 1 indicates right,
there is a natural bijection sending 0 to 0 and 2 to 1 in these two descriptions of ...

Office Hours with a Geometric Group Theorist

Author: Matt Clay

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691158665

Page: 456

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Geometric group theory is the study of the interplay between groups and the spaces they act on, and has its roots in the works of Henri Poincaré, Felix Klein, J.H.C. Whitehead, and Max Dehn. Office Hours with a Geometric Group Theorist brings together leading experts who provide one-on-one instruction on key topics in this exciting and relatively new field of mathematics. It's like having office hours with your most trusted math professors. An essential primer for undergraduates making the leap to graduate work, the book begins with free groups—actions of free groups on trees, algorithmic questions about free groups, the ping-pong lemma, and automorphisms of free groups. It goes on to cover several large-scale geometric invariants of groups, including quasi-isometry groups, Dehn functions, Gromov hyperbolicity, and asymptotic dimension. It also delves into important examples of groups, such as Coxeter groups, Thompson's groups, right-angled Artin groups, lamplighter groups, mapping class groups, and braid groups. The tone is conversational throughout, and the instruction is driven by examples. Accessible to students who have taken a first course in abstract algebra, Office Hours with a Geometric Group Theorist also features numerous exercises and in-depth projects designed to engage readers and provide jumping-off points for research projects.

Theory of Program Structures

It only says that there is an infinite path , but gives no formula or algorithm for
constructing the path . ... The argument starts by saying that since T is infinite and
no has some finite set of sons , ( mo1 the subtree rooted at least moj is infinite ; let
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Theory of Program Structures

Author: Sheila Greibach

Publisher: Springer Verlag

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Page: 389

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Excluding Infinite Clique Minors

A rooted path in G is a path (finite or a ray) with a designated end, called its root.
If it is finite, its other end is its tip. A comb is a set of mutually vertex-disjoint rooted
paths. If B is a haven in G of order k, a finite subset X c V(G) is B-free if |X| < k ...

Excluding Infinite Clique Minors

Author: Neil Robertson

Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

ISBN: 0821804022

Page: 103

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Two of the authors proved a well-known conjecture of K. Wagner, that in any infinite set of finite graphs there are two graphs so that one is a minor of the other. A key lemma was a theorem about the structure of finite graphs that have no $K_n$ minor for a fixed integer $n$. Here, the authors obtain an infinite analog of this lemma--a structural condition on a graph, necessary and sufficient for it not to contain a $K_n$ minor, for any fixed infinite cardinal $n$.

Automata Logics and Infinite Games

Claim 1 holds for the root node: As α ∈ L(B), there exists an accepting run ρ in
the nondeterministic Büchi automaton B. ... An infinite rooted tree which is finitely
branching (i.e., where each node has only finitely many sons) has an infinite path
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Automata  Logics  and Infinite Games

Author: Erich Grädel

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540363874

Page: 392

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A central aim and ever-lasting dream of computer science is to put the development of hardware and software systems on a mathematical basis which is both firm and practical. Such a scientific foundation is needed especially for the construction of reactive programs, like communication protocols or control systems. For the construction and analysis of reactive systems an elegant and powerful theory has been developed based on automata theory, logical systems for the specification of nonterminating behavior, and infinite two-person games. The 19 chapters presented in this multi-author monograph give a consolidated overview of the research results achieved in the theory of automata, logics, and infinite games during the past 10 years. Special emphasis is placed on coherent style, complete coverage of all relevant topics, motivation, examples, justification of constructions, and exercises.

Finite and Infinite Sets

We have largely restricted ourselves to the problem of identifying spanning
rooted directed trees which are n - unavoidable . In Section 2 we consider the
class of rooted trees in which each branch is a path ( called claws ) . In Section 3
we ...

Finite and Infinite Sets

Author: A. Hajnal

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Journal of Physics

Another shortcoming of this approach , as presented above , is the bias on the
tree root due to fact that it has as many ... one may consider an infinite
coordination sequence as a collection of disconnected finite trees of any size (
sometimes ...

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Mathematics for Computer Science

two trees in such a way that their respective roots are v and v ' , and we orient
edge e from v to v ' . We thus have a rooted tree ... 24 ( König ' s lemma ) Let G be
an infinite rooted tree all of whose vertices have a finite outdegree . Then G has
an ...

Mathematics for Computer Science

Author: André Arnold

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Page: 401

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This Text Provides the essential mathematics needed to study computing. The authors are aware that many student do not have the same mathematical background common 5 years ago and this book has been written to accommodate these changes.Many exercises are provided with detailed answers and difficult concepts are thoroughly illustrated to help learning. Chapters are designed to be read in isolation with interdependence between chapters minimalised.

Groups Acting on Trees and Algebraic K theory

Definition 1.3 A rooted automorphism of the tree is an automorphism whose
defining coloring assigns the identity ... of automorphisms of an infinite regular
rooted tree , generated by one rooted and one or several directed
automorphisms of ...

Groups Acting on Trees and Algebraic K theory

Author: Taras Vovkivsky

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The Infinite

For Sartre this was rooted in the fact that exercise of my freedom involved
drawing these limits in , closing off certain possibilities . This is the second
important connection with Wittgenstein . He too held that if I exercised my
freedom in a certain ...

The Infinite

Author: A. W. Moore

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Page: 268

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This historical study of the infinite covers all its aspects from the mathematical to the mystical. Anyone who has ever pondered the limitlessness of space and time, or the endlessness of numbers, or the perfection of God will recognize the special fascination of the subject. Beginning with an entertaining account of the main paradoxes of the infinite, including those of Zeno, A.W. Moore traces the history of the topic from Aristotle to Kant, Hegel, Cantor, and Wittgenstein.

Machine Learning Methods for Planning

If , however , the search reaches a point where the root node has infinite cost ,
then every alternative AND - tree has a node with infinite cost , and the values
have percolated to the top of the tree . An impasse results , 4 . On the
Representation ...

Machine Learning Methods for Planning

Author: Steven Minton

Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Pub

ISBN:

Page: 540

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Machine Learning Methods for Planning provides information pertinent to learning methods for planning and scheduling. This book covers a wide variety of learning methods and learning architectures, including analogical, case-based, decision-tree, explanation-based, and reinforcement learning.Organized into 15 chapters, this book begins with an overview of planning and scheduling and describes some representative learning systems that have been developed for these tasks. This text then describes a learning apprentice for calendar management. Other chapters consider the problem of temporal credi.

Ars Combinatoria

The new vertex vt is called the root vertex , and G + is called a rooted graph .
Conversely , given a rooted graph G + , we can form the associated infinite graph
Go . Bonnington and Richter [ 6 ] have also shown the following . Proposition 2 .

Ars Combinatoria

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London Mathematical Society lecture note series

In figure 3 vertices th th at the 2k level have degree 3 and vertices at the ( 2k + 1 )
level have infinite degree , k = 1 . ... unstable if AT ( e ) # 0 for all edges e not
incident with p ( T ) , where again I - e is regarded as a rooted tree with root p ( T )
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