The Universe Is a Dream

The Universe Is a Dream

Author: Alexander Marchand

Publisher: Alex Marchand

ISBN: 9780982923009

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 205

View: 122

Have you ever contemplated the cause of the universe beyond simply attributing it to God or The Big Bang? If so, in that causal contemplation, have you ever entertained the idea that the universe is but a dream? Which is to say, have you ever considered that the cause of the universe is that you dreamt it up? At first glance, the idea that you dreamt up the universe perhaps seems implausible. However, what if you really took that idea seriously and followed it to its logical conclusion? What would you discover? Well, this book answers that question. Using the unique form of a graphic novel, artist and writer Alexander Marchand takes you on an artistic, humorous, irreverent, and extremely informative romp through the advanced, nondualistic metaphysics of the contemporary spiritual document known as A Course in Miracles. In the end, you'll not only have a coherent picture of the true nature of the universe and existence, but you'll also have essential, practical knowledge of what you'll need to do to if you are ready to wake up.

The Dreaming Universe

The Dreaming Universe

Author: Fred Alan Wolf

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780684801599

Category: Psychology

Page: 422

View: 468

Wolf provides a provocative exploration of the mysteries of how and why we dream, artfully combining anthropology, psychology, and physics to present his revolutionary theory that establishes previously unrecognized links between the physical act of dreaming and the development of consciousness. Line art.

Paradise Now

Paradise Now

Author: Charles Munn

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9780738803951

Category: Fiction

Page: 403

View: 869

This lusty tale of love and adventure will arouse you, make you weep and at times make you laugh out loud. You will also feel an elegant elation as you find the bones of truth that are buried throughout this exceptional piece of fiction. The story opens as Nicole, a confused teenager is about to be lured into the Galveston whore house where her son, Milton, is born. Fortunately for Milton, only days after his birth Nicole hires Delilah to look after him. Delilah is an insightful and compassionate black woman. For the first four years she nurtures Milton´s naturally healthy mind and sows the seeds of wisdom. After Delilah leaves, a still very young Milton, sexualized by his new surroundings becomes spiritually and physically ill. But Delilah´s wisdom seeds take root and blossom. He finds his natural compassion and becomes wise beyond his years. A series of horrible dreams and high fever leave a residue of nightmare music and an altered sense of time on his young brain. But instead of falling back into a waking horror he learns to use it and, at will, learns to step out of linear time. He becomes able to move and read with incredible speed. However Milton is still a troubled child when he is befriended by six other damaged children. Touched by Milton´s fearless innocence, they fall into a natural Tantra and struggle to be whole. He also finds a great friend in Chazz Delgato, a street wise club owner who becomes his mentor. Chazz and the six girls become Milton´s core family and life long friends. The lives of the pivotal characters neatly mesh into the into the main plot. One such parallel tale revolves around his High School friend, Conroy. And later in University, Cliff, who is also a pilot in the Air Force Reserves and has a disastrous affair with Heather, one of Milton´s Galveston friends. Milton enters law school and needing money, Conroy convinces Milton to join the Air Force Reserve and to get on flight crew. He is later reluctantly recalled into the active Air Force and told that he "volunteered" to become an Air Commando and sent to the civil war that is raging in Vietnam. Yet the tale ends on a wonderfully suspenseful and romantic notion. In 1991, the author discovered the heart of an ancient and profound paradigm. Astonished by a growing serenity and inner power, he wrote a series of essays designed to remind him how to stay connected to our natural inner force. Wanting to add momentum to the paradigm he floated some of the essays on the net. He later put it all together in a self help book called Becoming The Thinker. In order to reach even more people he wrote the novel, Paradise Now, which is based on the philosophy of Becoming The Thinker. Free print and share of the entire text of Becoming The Thinker is available through .

Einstein’s Dream

Einstein’s Dream

Author: Barry R. Parker

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781489927644

Category: Science

Page: 287

View: 650

Thirty years ago Albert Einstein died, his dream of a theory that would unify the universe unfulfilled. He spent the last decades of his life searching for such a theory-a theory that would explain everything from elementary particles and their interac tions to the overall structure of the universe. But he failed, not because he didn't try hard enough, but because the attempt was ahead of its time. When Einstein worked on the problem liter ally nothing was known about black holes, white holes, sin gularities, the Big Bang explosion and the early universe, quarks, gauge invariance, and weak and strong nuclear forces. Today we know that all these things are important in relation to a unified theory, and that they must be incorporated in and explained by such a theory. Thus, in a sense, our problem is much more complex today than it was in Einstein's day. But scientists have persevered and as a result we are now tan talizingly close to achieving this long-sought goal. Important breakthroughs have been made. In this book we will look at these breakthroughs and at recent unified theories-theories that go by the names supergravity, superstrings, GUTs, and twistor theory. In order to understand the problem, however, we must begin at the beginning.

The World of Dreams

The World of Dreams

Author: Havelock Ellis

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: EAN:4057664633064

Category: Fiction

Page: 323

View: 248

"The World of Dreams" by Havelock Ellis. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Dream It First

Dream It First

Author: Jacqueline R. Robertson

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 9781609763923


Page: 211

View: 279

This inspiring book is not just another "how to book" that you will find in the psychology, finance, business or self-help aisles of your local book store, nor will it be placed solely on the philosophy or spiritual shelves. However, the compelling messages in this fascinating book can easily be found in any of these venues. The universal messages throughout this groundbreaking book are centered on the mysterious theory of the "80/20 law," which approximately 80 percent or more of today's population isn't familiar with. In today's society there is an esoteric 20 percent group of successful dreamers and thinkers who understand the workings of this positive "spiritual law," and use it to manage their personal problems, achieving their dreams and goals by using only their own resources. You can now step away from the "trivial many" and become a part of the "vital few" who have it all. You will find the answers you seek in Dream It First: The 80/20 Law to Manifestation of Dreams and Goals So dreamers, let's get started! About the Author: Jacqueline R. Robertson is a motivational and business speaker who writes from Highland, California. She is an entrepreneur, licensed real estate broker/paralegal and has worked in the field of occupational therapy for over 25 years. Her published author's blog on the affect of the 80/20 law in our lives attracts readers daily from around the world. Publisher's website:

The Fictions of Dreams

The Fictions of Dreams

Author: Otto M. Rheinschmiedt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429920783

Category: Psychology

Page: 262

View: 583

The Fictions of Dreams explores the close connection between the narrative nature of dreams and the narrative devices employed in literature and creative writing. The book is unique in its confluential approach, linking the fictions of dreams with literary fictions and case studies which illuminate the centrality of dream analysis in therapeutic work. Dreams and literature are closely related. The dream's essence lies in its narrative facility. Dreams are autobiographical fictions which tell the story of the dreamer's life history, her insertion in transgenerational family themes, and her ethnic and cultural identity. In that sense dreams are psycho-social depositories and makers, not unlike what can be found in world literature: the recreation of interiority and historicity of a given time period. The interconnected worlds of dreaming and fiction writing tend to employ the same narrative devices: the memorial mode (Patrick Modiano), multi-temporality (Gabriel Garcia Marquez), poeisis (Kafka, Ted Hughes, Colm Toibin), historical consciousness (Irene Nemirowsky), and 'infinite connectivity' (Patrick White).

Dream and the Text, The

Dream and the Text, The

Author: Carol Schreier Rupprecht

Publisher: State University of New York Press

ISBN: 9781438418322

Category: Psychology

Page: 352

View: 232

This book partakes of a long tradition of dream interpretation, but, at the same time, is unique in its cross-cultural and interdisciplinary methods and in its mix of theoretical and analytical approaches. It includes a great chronological and geographical range, from ancient Sumeria to eighteenth-century China; medieval Hispanic dream poetry to Italian Renaissance dream theory; Shakespeare to Nerval; and from Dostoevsky, through Emily Brontë, to Henry James. Rupprecht also incorporates various critical orientations including archetypal, comparative, feminist, historicist, linguistic, postmodern, psychoanalytic, religious, reader response, and self-psychology.

The Death of a Dream

The Death of a Dream

Author: Daron Earlewine

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN: 9781631958762

Category: Self-Help

Page: 148

View: 297

The Death of a Dream helps believers rediscover their trust in God, their courage to dream again, and their joy in the journey. Written for all ages, The Death of a Dream is for those who have followed their dreams only to watch them die. Daron Earlewine intermingles the birth, death, and resurrection of his dreams with the biblical story of Joseph—a parallel that inspires observations about God’s ultimate dreams for his people and the world. The Death of a Dream shares Daron’s story with humor, self-effacing honesty, and a genuine longing for readers to rediscover their passions, allowing pain to be a teacher and God to be the best possible Collaborator.

The Time That Never Was

The Time That Never Was

Author: Steve Nallon

Publisher: Luath Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781804250327

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 256

View: 763

He can’t lie, he can’t harm but he can save lives William Arthur is no ordinary teenager. He is a Swidger who can sense future catastrophes and so change your Timepath from certain peril. Only now he’s discovering that his time-bending powers go far beyond mere accident prevention. After a mind-boggling incident leaves him confused and questioning his place in the world, William is rescued by a wise and bizarre lady by the name of ‘Granny’. Together they embark on an epic journey of hilarity, danger and intrigue. Will he learn the true nature of his gift? And can he evade the dark forces that would use his powers for evil? All will be revealed... IN TIME

Dream It, Then Do It

Dream It, Then Do It

Author: Lilian Njoki

Publisher: Lilian Njoki


Category: Self-Help

Page: 40

View: 458

Your attitude creates the way you feel about people and situations and ultimately, controls your life. The good news is that you can control your attitude. Your actions are a result of your attitude—which in turn creates a reaction from others. Have a positive, joyful attitude and you’ll have positive, joyful results. Put out a negative attitude and you’ve failed before you begin. What you think is what you get.