3 edition of The facts of awareness (The science of education) found in the catalog.
The facts of awareness (The science of education)
1977 by Educational Solutions, inc .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||35|
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The heart of Anthony de Mello's bestselling spiritual message is awareness. Mixing Christian spirituality, Buddhist parables, Hindu breathing exercises, and psychological insight, de Mello's /5.
Written as if he were talking to you, this book is full of gems of insight. If you are on a spiritual path, this book is an essential. Anthony DeMello makes the case for awareness as the basis for spiritual awakening /5(34).
The Roots of Awareness Awareness arises from and is dependent upon three preceding strengths: attachment, self-regulation, and affiliation. The first memories in your baby's interpersonal catalogue.
Featuring nine Observation Study Sessions, this book offers ideas, activities, and experiences, as opposed to just a set of checklists and facts to learn.
Chapters cover observing Cited by: The New Science of Super-Awareness: Use the Newest Brain Science Discoveries to Create Astonishing Levels of Awareness, Zen-LIke Meditation, Happiness, Intelligence, Creativity, /5. This book is a compilation of a retreat that Anthony de Mello gave on Awareness.
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This book is a set of carefully structured lessons that took over 10 years to create. This amazing information begins with Cosmic Awareness explaining what It is, how the Universe and humans were 5/5(4). As a consequence of their awakened awareness, the animals realize they are at war with the humans who hunt them, use them for entertainment, eat them and imprison them.
It allows for a striking perception shift. This book. Awareness of Awareness: The Brentanian Theory A guiding idea of The Given is that the notion of mental content is essentially rooted in the notion of what is given in experience.
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These Four Facts are the Absolute Truth that escapes the average awareness due to the belief we are separate human beings. It is this very unawareness that has created all the chaos, suffering and emotional pain inherent in humanity.
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