Author : Leisure Arts
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
Publisher : Leisure Arts
ISBN : 146475408X
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Author : Leisure Arts
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
Publisher : Leisure Arts
ISBN : 1464750432
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"Coloring isn't just for children; it has been proved to be also beneficial for adults. Generating wellness and quietness, as well as stimulating the brain areas related to the senses and creativity, people across the globe are enjoying this simple form of art therapy. By concentrating on a straightforward task and allowing you to complete creative freedom, you will soon find your mind and body relaxing. Our intricate line drawings offer complexiby to engage the adult brain, but also simplicity, in that there are no rules or even guidelines; you are completely free"--Cover.

Author : Thomas Taro LENNERFORS
Genre : Philosophy
Publisher : Springer
ISBN : 9783319590271
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This book explores the relevance of Japanese ethics for the field of ethics of technology. It covers the theories of Japanese ethicists such as Nishida Kitarō, Watsuji Tetsurō, Imamichi Tomonobu, Yuasa Yasuo, as well as more contemporary ethicists, and explores their relevance for the analysis of energy technologies, ICT, robots, and geoengineering. It features contributions from Japanese scholars, and international scholars who have applied Japanese ethics to problems in the global condition. Technological development is considered to cause new ethical issues, such as genetically modified organisms fostering monocultures, nanotechnologies causing issues of privacy, as well as health and environmental issues, robotics raising issues about the meaning of humanity, and the risks of nuclear power, as witnessed in the Fukushima disaster. At the same time, technology embodies a hope for mankind, such as ICT improving relationships between human beings and nature, and smart systems assisting humans in leading a more ethical and environmentally friendly life. This book explores these ethical issues and their impact from a Japanese perspective.

Author : June-Elleni Laine
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
Publisher : John Hunt Publishing
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Author : Christine Aroney-Sine
Genre : Religion
Publisher : InterVarsity Press
ISBN : 9780830871582
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Can you imagine a God who dances with shouts of joy, laughs when you laugh, loves to play, and invites us to join the fun? In this book Christine Sine invites us to pay attention to childlike characteristics that have the power to reshape us, with fresh spiritual practices that engage all our senses and help us embrace the wonder and joy that God intends for us.

Author : Saleha Banu
Genre : Education
Publisher : Notion Press
ISBN : 9781643248776
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‘Play is the highest form of research’, said Albert Einstein. Based on the theory of ‘Multiple Intelligences’, this book is a journey to the child and with the child and an answer to the prayer of a parent who wants to raise a genius or a teacher who wants to make every day count. Filled with over 250 fun, unique, creative, hands-on activities, to introduce and reinforce literacy, numeracy and STEAM concepts for the early years. It’s time to set aside the boring printed worksheets and provide children with priceless lifelong learning experiences because we must remember that ‘play’ is the only work of a child. Fun filled educational activities that can be done with: Minimal preparation time for busy parents and teachers Readily available day to day materials Easy recipes for slime and play dough

Author : Jeff Hoke
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Weiser Books
ISBN : 1578633648
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Presents an interactive history of the human imagination, separated by the seven stages of alchemical process, encouraging readers to question their understanding of life and the way in which imagination is quantified.

Author : Nancy Burns
Genre : Education
Publisher : Author House
ISBN : 9781481712309
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The Birth Mandalas book includes mandala art, a guided visualization and thought provoking exercises for an empowering childbirth experience. A birth mandala is sacred art for childbirth. The mandala appears from a dark background, like the baby emerging from the darkness of the womb into the light. Enjoy creative processes that access the subconscious. The way childbirth is perceived influences labor and birth. Subconscious beliefs, formed from what youve seen, heard or experienced, can either sabotage or affirm your conscious intentions. Learn how to effortlessly re-write limiting beliefs with ones that assist you during childbirth. Your birth mandala embodies your new beliefs and vision for labor and birth with symbols, images, designs and words. You will find womens mandalas, journals and their after-birth reflections. From Shannons healing of past sexual abuse, Amys strength and courage, to Stacys power of intention, the themes and revelations are as unique as their mandalas. Creating a birth mandala is an invaluable gift you give yourself for childbirth. It is the gift that keeps on giving, exclaims Stacy, a workshop participant.

Author : Clare Goodwin
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher : Balboa Press
ISBN : 9781504359757
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Imagine that you found a map to the invisible realms of mind and spirit. What might you discover? Such maps have been drawn for thousands of years in myriad cultures throughout the world. Today, we refer to them by the Sanskrit term mandala, loosely meaning the whole world.Mandalas are universally associated with healing and prayer. Creating mandalas is an absorbing and relaxing way to enhance your life journey. Based on Clare Goodwins 35 year exploration of the mandala as an artist, therapist, and teacher of students world-wide, Gifts of the Mandala: A Guided Journey of Self-Discovery invites you to deepen your understanding of yourself through the sacred art of mandala making.

Author : Haydn Washington
Genre : Nature
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9780429956324
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Environmental scientist and writer Haydn Washington argues that we will not solve the environmental crisis unless we change our worldview and ethics, and to do so we must rejuvenate our sense of wonder at nature. This book focuses on humanity’s relation with nature, and the sense of wonder and belonging common to indigenous cultures and children everywhere. Drawing on events in the author’s own five decades working to protect wild places, and the current literature on wonder, it examines what a sense of wonder is, what it has been called in different cultures and our high points of wonder at nature. It also looks at the ‘Great Divide’ in worldview between anthropocentrism and eco-centrism, and considers the problem of anthropocentric theory in academia, arguing that the focus should instead be on harmony with nature. The book concludes with an examination of why wonder has become buried in Western society and considers ways in which it can be revived, including rituals and education. It also considers how wonder helps humanity to become ‘whole’. The final chapter presents the road back to wonder and how wonder at nature can be restored in Western society. This book will be of great interest to environmental scientists, conservation biologists, environmental philosophers and ecological ethicists, as well as environmentalists, educators, eco-psychologists and students looking at sustainability, deep ecology and environmental philosophy and ethics.