Love is Stronger than Death The Mystical Union of Two Souls

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Love is Stronger than Death: The Mystical Union of Two Souls by Cynthia Bourgeault
Eric Ackroyd, “A Dictionary Of Dream Symbols: With An Introduction To Dream Psychology”
Young Muslim Change-Makers: Grassroots Charities Rethinking Modern Societies (Islamic Studies Series, v. 26) by William Barylo
The Grail: Volume 3 of The O Manuscript: The Scandinavian Bestseller by Lars Muhl
Norman Habel, “The Birth, the Curse and the Greening of Earth: An Ecological Reading of Genesis 1-11”

Love is Stronger than Death: The Mystical Union of Two Souls by Cynthia Bourgeault

English | November 17th, 2014 | ASIN: B00PJ2JX20, ISBN: 0609604732, 1939681359 | 239 pages | EPUB | 1.18 MB

This powerful book, written by an Episcopal priest, tells of her intense relationship with Brother Raphael Robin, a seventy-year-old Trappist monk and hermit. Both believed that a relationship can continue beyond this life, and here Cynthia Bourgeault describes her search for that connection before and after Robin’s death. Bourgeault’s previous books include The Wisdom Jesus and Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening.

Eric Ackroyd, “A Dictionary Of Dream Symbols: With An Introduction To Dream Psychology”

1993 | ISBN-10: 0713723637 | 316 pages | PDF | 54 MB

Gain vivid insights into your dreams with this encyclopedic and intriguing guide to the significance of over 700 dream symbols! Understand the classic theories and the revolutionary works of Freud and Jung, along with more recent philosophies. From “abandonment,” “dragons,” and “murder” to “roller coasters,” “tattoos,” and “zodiacal signs,” you’ll find comprehensive meanings listed in an easy-to-reference alphabetical format.

Young Muslim Change-Makers: Grassroots Charities Rethinking Modern Societies (Islamic Studies Series, v. 26) by William Barylo

2017 | ISBN: 1138054151 | English | 162 pages | PDF | 6 MB

The Muslim charity sector is stronger than ever, attracting thousands of volunteers and millions of pounds in donations. In times of mobile internet and social media, young people have set up small scale charities in urban areas, providing general social services to Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Breaking away from bureaucratic non-governmental organisations and traditional faith-based charities, these smaller local associations are an attractive alternative to young people.
This book offers an exploration of the Muslim charity sector, from multi-million pound NGOs to discrete grassroots charities who are quietly giving rise to the next generation of Muslim entrepreneurs, scholars, politicians and other influencers. From studies of eleven charities across France, Poland and the UK, it investigates key questions around this young and dynamic movement. What motivates these young Muslim volunteers? What shapes the socially-engaged behaviour of young Muslims? What is the place and the role of Islam in their involvement and commitment to their causes? What social impact do these organisations have in their local area? How do they understand religion, faith, participation and citizenship? What challenges do they face and how do they overcome these? The book also examines how these grassroots are successful in helping to prevent extremism, curb Islamophobia and challenge colonialism.
The analysis of these small, local and original initiatives is fundamental in understanding the role of religiosity for these younger generations who are trying to articulate their multiple identities, cultures and traditions in a modern, secular society. Rich, detailed and vivid, the book sheds new lights on a popular field of research, unveiling exclusive key information on the subject of young European Muslims.

The Grail: Volume 3 of The O Manuscript: The Scandinavian Bestseller by Lars Muhl

English | December 21st, 2017 | ASIN: B0744JZPRF, ISBN: 1786780828 | 351 pages | EPUB | 3.25 MB

The Grail is neither a secret, a world treasure in the shape of a cup, a specific mortal woman, nor a hidden, chosen family. The Grail is a state of heart and mind!
An old Spanish manuscript is given to Lars, and for two years it lies untouched in his office until one day the sun falls upon the book and Lars is drawn to pick it up once again. The pages reveal symbols and signs that he had not previously seen, and so begins the final part of his journey to discover the importance of the feminine archetype for our times.
His travels take him to the caves of the holy mountain of Montsegur and on to the Southern Pyrenees and Mary Magdalene’s secret cave near Perillos. During his travels Lars meets a nameless Being of Light who presents him with the answers to many of today’s spiritual dogmas.

Norman Habel, “The Birth, the Curse and the Greening of Earth: An Ecological Reading of Genesis 1-11”

2011 | pages: 154 | ISBN: 1907534199 | PDF | 3,3 mb

Few people realize that the first character in the Bible (after the headline sentence of Genesis 1.1) is Earth. What if we read the creation story and the primal myths of Genesis from the perspective of that key character, rather than from the anthropocentric perspective in which our culture has nurtured us? This is the project of Norman Habel’s commentary, resisting the long history in Western culture of devaluing, exploiting, oppressing and endangering the Earth. Earth in Genesis first appears wrapped in the primal waters, like an embryo waiting to be born. On the third day of creation it is actually born and comes into existence with its green vegetation as a habitat for life of all kinds. It is hardly a moment before Earth is damaged by human sin and suffers a divine curse, and then must cry out for justice for the blood of Abel it has been compelled to drink. It is an even greater curse when Earth, together with almost all life on Earth, comes near to total annihilation at the Flood. Has Earth brought this fate upon itself, or is it the innocent victim of human wrongdoing? Genesis has God regretting the threat to Earth and its children that the Flood has brought, and vowing to green Earth again, remove the curse, restore the seasons and make a personal covenant of assurance with Earth and its creatures. The ecological approach of this commentary was first developed in the five-volume multi-authored series, The Earth Bible (2000-2002). In The Earth Bible Commentary, of which this is the first volume, a group of scholars dedicated to the re-valuing of Earth pursue these themes in their commentaries on the books of the Bible. Other volumes in preparation are: Deuteronomy, Ruth, Job, Psalms Book 2, Ecclesiastes, Isaiah 1-39, Joel, Matthew, Luke, Colossians, Revelation. The Earth Bible logo was created by Jasmine Corowa, an Indigenous Australian