Naad Anunaad

Author: Kala Ramesh
Publisher: Vishwakarma Publications
ISBN: 9385665332
Size: 20.57 MB
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Haiku are word paintings that pilot the reader beyond the image into a sacred realm. For a poem complete in just a few words, resonance becomes the keynote. In Sanskrit, the primordial sound in the cosmos is known as naad and its resonance as anunaad. According to ancient Indian texts, an instrument, including the human body, vibrates only to this timeless sound. The 746 haiku in this volume come from 26 countries. They resonate, each in a unique way - just for you!

Connecting Across Differences

Author: Jane Marantz Connor
Publisher: PuddleDancer Press
ISBN: 9781934336120
Size: 10.96 MB
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In this fully revised second edition, Dr. Dian Killian and Dr. Jane Marantz Connor offer a comprehensive and accessible introductory guide to exploring the concepts, applications, and transformative power of the Nonviolent Communication process. Providing research-based insight into the psychology of communication, this reference explores the most common barriers to effective communication and provides tangible steps to address these barriers head-on. The book features an expanded selection of relevant, meaningful exercises, role-plays, and activities that give readers the chance to immediately apply the concepts to real-life experiences. With lessons including how to transform negative self-talk into self-empowerment, how to foster trust and collaboration when stakes are high, and how to defuse anger, enemy images, and other barriers to connection, Connecting Across Differences teaches effective communication skills that get to the root of conflict, pain, and violence peacefully.

Over The Earth I Come

Author: Duane Schultz
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0312093608
Size: 11.91 MB
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During one week in August 1862, in response to government lies and broken treaties, the previously peaceful Sioux rampaged throughout Minnesota leaving hundreds of settlers dead or homeless. With well-researched and insightful narrative, Schultz recounts one of America's most violent events.