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of the Beloved . You see Her in the squirrels , the trees , the rocks , and in every human whose eyes you gaze into . My reward is only a chance to kiss Her , hold Her , embrace Her . She is me and I am Her ; you can see that we are One ...

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The days when those in the West looked towards the Eastern religious traditions for enlightenment are coming to an end. Western spirituality has come into its own, drawing on the rich philosophies of Zen, Hinduism, Advaita, Vedanta, Kashmiri Shaivism, Judaism and Christianity. In this book, Western spiritual teachers and seekers at the front of this movement explore this phenomenon and share their experience, warmth and wisdom. The book incldues writing by: Adyashanti; Peter Fenner; Gangaji; Douglas Harding; Catherine Ingram; Kenny Johnson; Francis Lucille; Satyam Nadeen; Mira Pagal; Robert Rabbin; Byron Katie Rolle; Isaac Shapiro; Lama Surya Das; Christopher Titmus; and Eckhart Tolle.
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PREFACE TO THE 2011 EDITION More than twenty years have passed since I began work on The Awakening of the West : The Encounter of Buddhism and Western Culture . An intrinsic problem with a book that seeks to describe the transmission of ...

Author: Stephen Batchelor

Publisher: Echo Point Books & Media, LLC

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Category: Religion

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The Awakening of the West is an insightful and elegantly written history chronicling the developing relationship between Buddhism and Western culture. As anyone familiar with the work of Stephen Batchelor (best-selling author of Buddhism Without Beliefs) would expect, The Awakening of the West is presented in a fresh and lively way and backed by thorough research. Using the innovative approach of starting with the present and working back in time, Batchelor makes it easy to connect familiar contemporary Buddhist teachers to their historical roots. He breathes life into history by capturing the personalities and times of famous and lesser-known but important Buddhist figures. After absorbing these stories and their context, readers will not only have a greater appreciation of Buddhism as a religion but can gain insights that can help them develop their own discerning wisdom. The Awakening of the West is a unique, engaging and important book for anyone seeking a greater understanding of Buddhism.
2021-10-15 By Stephen Batchelor

of the basic elements of Law and Justice however , is the fact that in spite of the title of the book , “ The Awakening of Western Legal Thought , the exposition is by no means confined to the problem of legal thought proper .

Author: Max Hamburger

Publisher: Biblo & Tannen Publishers

ISBN: 0819602469

Category: Law

Page: 167

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1969 By Max Hamburger

Salman Akhtar argues that “literature on West-to-East migration is, however, meager and further investigation of this realm is needed” (22). This research fills a gap in the literature by highlighting the challenges faced by western ...

Author: Christine Velde

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

ISBN: 9781681082837

Category: Social Science

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Although there have been many discussions about challenges faced by individuals going through East to West migrations, there are few literary accounts about those moving from the West to the East. Yet these migrations are becoming more frequent now due to advances in technology and the fact that a writer’s work can now involve an increasingly global audience. One way of expressing these challenges is through writing memoirs. Xenotropism and the Awakening of Literary Expatriatism through Writing Memoirs exemplifies the craft of memoirs written while living in a foreign country and explains how this is different from writing from home. The book is a theoretical analysis of xenotropism based on the work of three prominent writers in China’s history: Emily Hahn, Nien Cheng and Qiu Xiaolong. The author explores the relationship between xenotropism (turning towards foreign ideals and practices), its complexities and challenges, and the writing of a memoir and its impact on mental health. This discourse will contribute to new knowledge in the field of creative writing and Asian studies by illustrating how xenotropism or ‘turning towards foreign ideals and practices’ results in both personal and artistic development and builds an understanding and acceptance of different cultures within an individual. These processes of change and understanding, in turn, facilitate the writing of a memoir, which is a cathartic process having a positive effect on one’s mental state. Readers interested in creative writing or Asian literary studies will be able to understand the creative process behind writing memoirs from a combination of personal, research-based, literary and theoretical perspectives.
2016-08-03 By Christine Velde

She would run the Wells Street store, while he worked his way west, both determined not to touch a penny of their savings. Still with no rails built, Jacob traveled by coach to St. Louis and west from there, by side—wheeler, on the wide ...

Author: James M. Vesely

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595132157

Category: Fiction

Page: 700

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"The Awakening Land" continues the great, sweeping epic of the early Southwest. The story follows the fortunes of the Apodaca family from Spanish conquest through the late 1800s, as each generation struggles to survive in a harsh and bloody land. Ride with Miguel Apodaca as he deserts, recoiling from the gruesome atrocities of Don Juan de Onate's conquistadors, and meets lovely Summer Grass - an escaped captive girl of the Comanche. Experience the fearsome Pueblo Revolt and its tragic aftermath. Follow the river north again with Mateo and Cipriano Apodaca, as Don Diego de Vargas retakes New Mexico for Spain. In the small settlement of Corrales, meet strange, crippled Quirina Apodaca - and "White Witch" of the Corrales Valley, and later - Gregorio Apodaca, whose strength and courage become legend. "The Awakening Land" is also the story of Frenchmen Louis and Julian Bonneau - forced to leave their home in Bordeaux, and flee to America to escape the guillotine for an unspeakable crime. Another fugitive is young Gaetano Perna. Smuggled out of his small village in Sicily under the threat of Mafia vendetta, Gaetano will eventually find himself on the harsh New Mexico frontier where he'll discover love and become a man.
2000-09-01 By James M. Vesely

Regionalism and the Female Imagination, vol. 3, no. 1, 1977. “Chopin and Atwood: Woman Drowning, Woman Surfacing,” Kate Chopin Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 3, 1975. “A Forgotten Novel: Kate Chopin's The Awakening,” Western Humanities Review, ...

Author: Dedria Bryfonski

Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC

ISBN: 9780737764116

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 200

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Published in 1899, Kate Chopin's The Awakening refused to shy away from its progressive depictions of femininity and womanhood, defying and challenging the status quo. This informative edition explores the theme of women's issues as they relate to The Awakening, investigating topics such as independence, inequality, and identity. Readers are provided with an extensive bibliography of author Kate Chopin, a series of essays the expand upon themes of gender found within the text, and a selection of modern thought on gender and gender roles.
2011-10-26 By Dedria Bryfonski

ond Madame Bovary should be written, but an author's choice of themes is frequently as inexplicable as bis choice of wife. ... Eble, Kenneth. "A Forgotten Novel: Kate Chopin's The Awakening," Western Critical Excerpts 285.

Author: Kate Chopin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743487672

Category: Fiction

Page: 296

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Presents "The Awakening" and other short stories, including "Beyond the Bayou," "A respectable woman," and "A Pair of Silk Stockings."
2004-07 By Kate Chopin

CHAPTER V V Nationalism in the East - Influence of Western ideas in Turkey –Turkish literature — The modernist movement in Turkey - Pan - Islamism - The awakening of Islam - The spread of education . For the last few years — that is ...

Author: Edward Frederick Knight

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ISBN: WISC:89095152104

Category: Eastern question (Balkan).

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is left wholly to one church , will that church receive as in good standing a Chinese member from any other church in West China who may move into that territory , on a letter from the church of which he has been a member and of the ...

Author: James Whitford Bashford

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ISBN: HARVARD:HNVZVG

Category: Methodist Church

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is left wholly to one church , will that church receive as in good standing a Chinese member from any other church in West China who may move into that territory , on a letter from the church of which he has been a member and of the ...

Author: bp. James Whitford Bashford

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ISBN: NYPL:33433068285620

Category: Methodist Church

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