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Ideokinesis: A Creative Approach to Human Movement and Body Alignment by Andre Bernard

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Ideokinesis: A Creative Approach to Human Movement and Body Alignment by Andre Bernard
English | July 27, 2006 | ISBN: 155643569X | 224 Pages | PDF | 56,4 MB

Ideokinesis: A Creative Approach to Human Movement and Body Alignment by Andre Bernard
Mabel Elsworth Todd pioneered ideokinesis in the 1920s. Her book, The Thinking Body, described new ways to use all the senses as well as inner feeling and imagination to retrain the body to move with ease and balance. The system became an invaluable tool for generations of dancers, actors, and performance artists, thanks largely to one of its most important teachers, André Bernard (1924-2003). This book presents an introduction to the practice as well as a lengthy interview with Bernard and two meticulously detailed workshop protocols illustrated with 52 photographs and line drawings.
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Indo-Islamic Society, 14th- 15th Centuries (Al-Hind: The Making of the Indo-Islamic World, Volume III)

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Andre Wink "Indo-Islamic Society, 14th- 15th Centuries (Al-Hind: The Making of the Indo-Islamic World, Volume III)"
Brill Academic Publishers | 2004-01 | ISBN: 9004135618 | 282 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Indo-Islamic Society, 14th- 15th Centuries (Al-Hind: The Making of the Indo-Islamic World, Volume III)
This third volume of Andre Wink's acclaimed and pioneering Al-Hind:The Making of the Indo-Islamic World takes the reader from the late Mongol invasions to the end of the medieval period and the beginnings of early modern times in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth century. It breaks new ground by focusing attention on the role of geography, and more specifically on the interplay of nomadic, settled and maritime societies. In doing so, it presents a picture of the world of India and the Indian Ocean on the eve of the Portuguese discovery of the searoute: a world without stable parameters, of pervasive geophysical change, inchoate and instable urbanism, highly volatile and itinerant elites of nomadic origin, far-flung merchant diasporas, and a famine- and disease-prone peasantry whose life was a gamble on the monsoon.
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Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them

Stanley Krippner, Fariba Bogzaran, Andre Percia de Carvalho, "Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them"
English | 2002 | ISBN: 0791452581 | 201 pages | PDF | 4 MB
From visions of a past life to glimpses of the future, history is full of accounts of unusual dreams. This fascinating book explores historical, scientific, and cross-cultural research on these sorts of extraordinary dreams, and offers practical suggestions on how to work with them-either individually or as a member of a dream group-to enhance one's intellectual, emotional, and spiritual health. Each chapter is devoted to a particular type of dream, and presents a summary of research data on their nature. Specific categories of dreams discussed include creative, lucid, out-of-body, pregnancy, healing, collective, telepathic, clairvoyant, precognitive, past-life, initiation, and spiritual visitation dreams, as well as dreams within dreams. Entertaining and instructive, this book points the way to an expanded conception of human potential for the twenty first century.

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