Adventures of the Soul is a manual for anyone who has ever questioned where they come from, why they are here, and where they go after they die. Sharing his intuitive experiences of communicating with the Spirit World for the past 30 years, internationally renowned medium James Van Praagh takes you on a spiritual sojourn to discover the unique design of your very own soul and explore its various adventures as it travels between worlds. You’ll learn to open up your mind to your soul’s unbounded wisdom and gain a bigger perspective on life and a better grasp of your significant part in it. This book will further assist you in understanding and recognizing the soul lessons you came back to Earth to learn, such as sorrow, forgiveness, grief, compassion, and joy. By utilizing this knowledge, you will come to identify your soul’s intricacies and start to live a life that truly fulfills your soul’s destiny: following the path of love. This is one journey that will force you to look at life and death in a completely different light!
Adventures of the Souls embeds the reader into the minds and experiences of various souls. The personal thoughts, feelings, emotions, even actions are consciously shared as each soul encounters specific incidents in their Life Experiences. And the reader is right there! The experiences of the soul are innumerable and phenomenal: • From the moment that the soul is dispatched from the Realm of the Presence of God • To the moment that it is conceived in the womb of its mother • Throughout that period of development in the womb • To the birthing experience • To the developmental periods outside the womb • To those encounters it has with itself • To those encounters with other souls • Through its own personal and internal struggles • To those interactions it has with other souls • From those personal "life impacting decisions" • To those resultant consequences! In all of these "Adventures" the soul encounters many challenging, sobering, and moments which not only affects its own future, but they also impact other souls! And the reader is right there to experience and engage in self-reflection and introspection of those soulful adventures!
This is the first complete modern edition of Henry More's long philosophical poem, A Platonick Song of the Soul (1647). This early work, written in Spenserian stanzas, is a sustained literary presentation of the Neoplatonic doctrine of the immateriality and immortality of the soul. The Introduction to this book discusses both the literary background of the work and its varied philosophical and scientific sources, from Plotinus to Ficino and Galileo.
Evolution of the Soul Through the Spirit of the Child
Author: L. S. Myers
Pubpsher: Adventures of Moniko
Once again find the child that resides in all, curious, questioning, with anticipation for the unknown. Moniko's thirst for understanding with his eyes wide open with acceptance will be a journey unforgotten.
The Adventures of Waiterman: Lord of the Restaurant Jungle is a satirical work of non-fiction; part expose, part autobiography, which is salted with social commentary and occasional vitriolic rantings. It is an odyssey of growth, development, adventure and debauchery. Note from the Author: What's astounding to me is the utter lack of material, either written or filmed, depicting the restaurant industry in all its debauchery riddled glory. I mean this is an area absolutely rich for fodder, which could be appreciated by even the most solitary of hermits who have never worked or eaten in any type of eating establishment whatsoever. Therefore, my aim is to entertain by eliciting unbridled guffaws, but also to educate the naive masses about the bizarre world known as the restaurant jungle.
Marxism's collapse in the twentieth century profoundly altered the style and substance of Western European radical thought. To build a more robust form of democratic theory and action, prominent theorists moved to reject revolution, abandon class for more fragmented models of social action, and elevate the political over the social. Acknowledging the constructedness of society and politics, they chose the "symbolic" as a concept powerful enough to reinvent leftist thought outside a Marxist framework. Following Maurice Merleau-Ponty's Adventures of the Dialectic, which reassessed philosophical Marxism at mid century, Warren Breckman critically revisits these thrilling experiments in the aftermath of Marxism. The post-Marxist idea of the symbolic is dynamic and complex, uncannily echoing the early German Romantics, who first advanced a modern conception of symbolism and the symbolic. Hegel and Marx denounced the Romantics for their otherworldly and nebulous posture, yet post-Marxist thinkers appreciated the rich potential of the ambiguities and paradoxes the Romantics first recognized. Mapping different ideas of the symbolic among contemporary thinkers, Breckman traces a fascinating reflection of Romantic themes and resonances, and he explores in depth the effort to reconcile a radical and democratic political agenda with a politics that does not privilege materialist understandings of the social. Engaging with the work of Claude Lévi-Strauss, Cornelius Castoriadis, Claude Lefort, Marcel Gauchet, Ernesto Laclau, Chantal Mouffe, and Slavoj i ek, Breckman uniquely situates these important theorists within two hundred years of European thought and extends their profound relevance to today's political activism.