Printed encyclopedias and other books with definitions for Unfoldment
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Feeling Modern (2008)
The Eccentricities of Public Life by Justus Nieland
Unfoldment means letting go or, better still, going with the excessive flow of experience and yielding to the abstract, public affectivity of mood. Against this mode, Cornell flirts with another style of being-in-public, that abstrac- tion from ...
Your Psychic Potential (2011)
A Guide to Psychic Development by Richard Ireland
What all of this means in terms of the challenge Technique and your future unfoldment is that you are going to have to become acutely aware of how the psychic uses your body to express itself. You may find that a positive response arises as a ...
Facets of Unity (2000)
The Enneagram of Holy Ideas by A. H. Almaas
Spiritual unfoldment means perceiving and experiencing objectively, and the objective principle that is lacking here is that of Holy Transparency. Doing the Work for yourself blocks your unfoldment. Doing the Work in order to become a clearer ...
Encyclopedia of Hinduism (2006)
by Constance Jones, James D. Ryan
International Foundation for Spiritual Unfoldment International Society for Krishna Consciousness Revival Movement 199 J. a semimythical figure reputedly born in 203 C.E . in the seaport town of Porto Novo, Tamil Nadu, India. After a life ...
Encyclopaedia Of Modern Tech. (2004)
by K.P. Yadav, Malti Sundram, Malti Sundram
Roussellian Natural Unfoldment and Intelligence Any drastic departure from a disciplinary approach to education is possible only with adoption of fundamentally different assumptions about the nature of man and the universe. As we have ...
American History and Encyclopedia of Music (1908)
by William Lines Hubbard
This great event, although wholly an extraneous one, did much or rather contributed much toward the rapid unfoldment of all art life, and especially of that of music. Then began the florescence of musical art. Wagner was more and more ...
The Encyclopedia of Crystals (2007)
by Judy Hall
A favorite stone in ancient Egypt, it raises consciousness to the highest level, facilitates a meditative channeling state, urges the soul toward enlightenment, and controls spiritual unfoldment.
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Confucianism: N-Z (2005)
by Rodney Leon Taylor, Howard Yuen Fung Choy
Education and self-cultivation are oriented toward the unfoldment and realization of this Principle found within human nature. The School of Heart- Mind accepts the concept of Principle outlined above, but located it in the heart-mind or hsin, ...
A New Encyclopedia of Freemasonry (2013)
by Arthur Edward Waite
It is a quickening, a manifestation, an unfoldment of some new quality of conscious life, which is at once turned to God and derived from Him. It is a new form of perception, to which a new order of the world and a new spirit therein reveals itself ...
The Little Giant Encyclopedia of Meditations & Blessings (2000)
by Nathaniel Altman
A primary goal of Zoroastrians is the unfoldment of the ...
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