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The Mystery of Individuality: Grandeur and Delusion of the Human Condition

by Mark Perry

What is the essence of a human being seen through the prisms of spirituality, psychology, sociology, and love, and also of sacred art? And seen also through those of leadership and justice, as well as of politics,...


Touchstones of the Spirit: Essays on Religion, Tradition & Modernity

by Harry Oldmeadow

This book explores three themes: the timeless messages of traditional Religion; the modern obscuration of this perennial Wisdom; and the spiritual encounter between East and West. Topics include the Australian...


Kabbalah and Psychoanalysis

by Michael Eigen

Wilfred Bion once said, "I use the Kabbalah as a framework for psychoanalysis." Both are preoccupied with catastrophe and faith, infinity and intensity of experience, shatter and growth of being that supports...


On Freud's "On Beginning the Treatment"

by Gennaro Saragnano & Christian Seulin

Like his other papers on technique, Freud's 1913 essay "On beginning the treatment" had an enduring influence on psychoanalysts for generations to come, providing them with a solid and worldwide-accepted conceptual...


What Will You Do With My Story?

by Elizabeth Meakins

Psychoanalyst Elizabeth Meakins uses her popular columns from The Independent to explore the therapeutic process. Successful analysis, she argues, is less about following pre-formulated theory and more about...


The Making of a Psychotherapist

by Neville Symington

In the first part of the book - 'Personal Qualities' - we are reminded that Psychotherapy means 'Healing the Soul', and that the healer has a moral responsibility for the state of his own mental health as well...


God Soul Mind Brain: A Neuroscientist's Reflections on the Spirit World

by Michael S. A. Graziano

Writing for the general public, Michael S. A. Graziano explores the controversial relationship between science and religion, first dismissing the "science versus religion" debate as outdated. The cutting-edge...


The Wisdom of Crowds

by James Surowiecki

In this fascinating book, New Yorker business columnist James Surowiecki explores a deceptively simple idea: Large groups of people are smarter than an elite few, no matter how brilliant–better at solving...


Until the Next Time

by Kevin Fox

For Sean Corrigan the past is simply what happened yesterday, until his twenty-first birthday, when he is given a journal left him by his father's brother Michael-a man he had not known existed. The journal,...


The Barrios of Manta

by Rhoda Brooks & Earle Brooks

In February 1962, Earle and Rhoda Brooks, a young sales engineer and his schoolteacher wife, left home and friends in Illinois to serve as members of the Peace Corps in Manta, Ecuador. This book is an account...


In the Wake of Madness: The Murderous Voyage of the Whaleship Sharon

by Joan Druett

After more than a century of silence, the true story of one of history's most notorious mutinies is revealed in Joan Druett's riveting "nautical murder mystery" (USA Today). On May 25, 1841, the Massachusetts...


Dorothy on the Rocks

by Barbara Suter

In Maggie Barlow's world, reality is overrated. So what if her singing career has hit a sour note or she's no longer the ingénue that she used to be? So what if she drinks and smokes a bit too much or likes...


Mind the Gap

The Hidden Cities #1

by Tim Lebbon & Christopher Golden

You never know when you’ll find yourself

falling through one of the cracks in the world.…

Two of today’s brightest stars of dark fantasy combine their award-winning, critically acclaimed talents in this...


Clean Electricity Through Advanced Coal Technologies: Handbook of Pollution Prevention and Cleaner Production

by Nicholas P Cheremisinoff

Coal power is a major cause of air pollution and global warming and has resulted in the release of toxic heavy metals and radionuclides, which place communities at risk for long-term health problems. However,...


Today's the Day!

by Jim Stovall

Each chapter of the inspiring and uplifting book, written by one of America's best-known successes, presents a practical, positive, powerful insight that can help you become the success in life that you want...


Outline of Sufism: The Essentials of Islamic Spirituality

by William Stoddart

Followed by many millions of Muslims throughout the world, Sufism is the heart of Islamic spirituality. However, not only is there still in the West a widespread ignorance of Islam and Sufism, there is also,...


We Love Color: 16 Iconic Quilt Designers Create with Kona Solids

by Susanne Woods

Some of the biggest names in quiltmaking have joined with Robert Kaufman Fabrics to share a gorgeous variety of quilts made with vibrant Kona Cotton Solids, in both modern and traditional styles. Known for their...


Hyssop

by Kevin McIlvoy

[hyssop (his′ ep) n. 1. A fragrant, blue-flowered plant (Hyssopus officianalus) of the mint family, used in folk medicine as a tonic, stimulant, etc. 2. A plant used in purifactory sprinkling rites by the...


Flowers for Mei-Ling

by Lorraine Lachs

Chinese by birth, Eurasian by blood, Mei-Ling Wang's extraordinary life is a mirror of our time. Born in China in 1949, the year of the Red Army's entry into Beijing, she is the daughter of an English mother...


Network Processors: Architecture, Programming, and Implementation

by Ran Giladi

Network processors are the basic building blocks of today's high-speed, high-demand, quality-oriented communication networks. Designing and implementing network processors requires a new programming paradigm...