The Soul of Place

PlaCe-based. leadershiP. and. The. soul. of. PlaCemaking: an inViTaTion Communities thrive when they host quality conversations, not because they have new ...

Author: Michael Jones

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460237977

Category: Philosophy

Page: 296

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In The Soul of Place Michael Jones explores how our relationship with place aligns us with the underlying patterns of life. He does so through stories that ask: what is our experience of homecoming and how do we find our way there? What is our pattern of belonging — including our relationship with people and places — that we hold sacred? What are the conditions of regenerativity and craft that enable us to give birth to something new? How can our stewardship of what is alive within and around us awaken the mythic imagination? And how does this open a path for gathering together in a spirit of transformative celebration?

The Soul of Place

The food products of a locale are a tangible manifestation of its soul of place, containing the quintessence of its climate, soil, geography, ...

Author: Linda Lappin

Publisher: Travelers' Tales

ISBN: 9781609521042

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 256

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In this engaging creative writing workbook, novelist and poet Linda Lappin presents a series of insightful exercises to help writers of all genres—literary travel writing, memoir, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction—discover imagery and inspiration in the places they love. Lappin departs from the classical concept of the Genius Loci, the indwelling spirit residing in every landscape, house, city, or forest—to argue that by entering into contact with the unique energy and identity of a place, writers can access an inexhaustible source of creative power. The Soul of Place provides instruction on how to evoke that power. The writing exercises are drawn from many fields—architecture, painting, cuisine, literature and literary criticism, geography and deep maps, Jungian psychology, fairy tales, mythology, theater and performance art, metaphysics—all of which offer surprising perspectives on our writing and may help us uncover raw materials for fiction, essays, and poetry hidden in our environment. An essential resource book for the writer’s library, this book is ideal for creative writing courses, with stimulating exercises adaptable to all genres. For writers or travelers about to set out on a trip abroad, The Soul of Place is the perfect road trip companion, attuning our senses to a deeper awareness of place.

Terrapsychology

This work develops a new perspective called "terrapsychology" to show us how to listen to recurring symbolic resonances between ourselves and the presence, voice, or soul of places and things which embody the animation of the world.

Author: Craig Chalquist

Publisher:

ISBN: 1882670655

Category: Psychology

Page: 158

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This work develops a new perspective called "terrapsychology" to show us how to listen to recurring symbolic resonances between ourselves and the presence, voice, or soul of places and things which embody the animation of the world.

A Place of Healing for the Soul

Patmos Peter France. A PLACE OF HEALING FOR THE SOUL PATMOS A PLACE OF HEALING FOR THE SOUL PATMOS by Peter.

Author: Peter France

Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic

ISBN: 9780802195487

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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“France’s conversion is deeply touching . . . This is religious discovery for a postmodern generation” (Philip Zaleski, Los Angeles Times). The tiny, arid Greek island of Patmos is one of the most sacred places in the Christian world—a place of bewitching power, where people come for a brief summer visit and end up returning, year after year, for the rest of their lives. They respond to an unexplainable force that they can find nowhere else. Perhaps it is the invigorating “Greek light” that infuses the Holy Island’s rocks and hills with a breathtaking sharpness and clarity, dating back to the time when Zeus raised the island from the bed of the sea. Or perhaps it is Patmos’s incredible history. Almost two thousand years ago, Saint John was exiled here, and lived as a hermit in the Cave of Revelation, where he experienced a vision that led to the most famous piece of apocalyptic literature, the Book of Revelation. In A Place of Healing for the Soul, BBC commentator Peter France—who arrived on the island a hardened skeptic—tells how he came to change his life perspective. Learning from the island’s gregarious inhabitants and its religious eccentrics—hermits, ascetics, monks and nuns—he discovered the pleasure and security of living simply and doing without, in a timeless realm where history, myth, and spirituality are endlessly alive. “France, an erudite and amiable companion, who spices his writing with self-deprecating wit and thoughtful commentary on the eternal mysteries of the universe, has created a delight for open, even if skeptical, minds.” —Booklist

My Soul Is From a Different Place

My Soul Is From a Different Place My soul is from a different place it remembers the day God placed it gently within this body that had yet to form.

Author: Cherie Burbach

Publisher: Bonjour Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Poetry

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The poems in My Soul Is From a Different Place reflect the hope and spirit that have been evident in Cherie Burbach’s work for over a decade. Each poem sweetly centering on faith while examining the ups and downs of life.

In a Place Without a Soul

And so died Miguelito Cachimba , whose real name nobody remembered , on a clear night , in a place without a soul . In 1977 I was a political prisoner at ...

Author: Louis S. Segesvary

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433098262490

Category: Communism

Page: 56

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A Place to Rest My Soul

... BY LOVE A NEW FRIEND .......................................................................... ..65 UNKNOWN PLACE . ... ..79 A PLACE TRULY FOR MY SOUL ...

Author: Jennifer Pullom

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595340903

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 112

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There our people, places, and instances in our lives where we are at peace. Where are souls are at rest. These moments may or may not last for a long time but they are experienced, treasured, and cherished for a lifetime. A Place To Rest My Soul is a reflection of those moments where we have experienced peace and rest through our relationship with those people, places, and events that have touched our souls.

The Soul of Place

In The Soul of Place Michael Jones explores how our relationship with place aligns us with the underlying patterns of life.

Author: Michael Jones

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460237960

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 296

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In The Soul of Place Michael Jones explores how our relationship with place aligns us with the underlying patterns of life. He does so through stories that ask: what is our experience of homecoming and how do we find our way there? What is our pattern of belonging - including our relationship with people and places - that we hold sacred? What are the conditions of regenerativity and craft that enable us to give birth to something new? How can our stewardship of what is alive within and around us awaken the mythic imagination? And how does this open a path for gathering together in a spirit of transformative celebration?...

somewhere for my soul to go a place a cause a legacy

soul. to. go. “A wonderfully personal story offinding oneself in a new world - charmed by its inhabitants while appalled at lack of access to basic things ...

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Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460205402

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The Immortality of the Soul

and relates to souls ; death to the body . ” And so DR . BARNES , “ O hades — the place of the dead . ” And mark , that hades no more retains the souls of ...

Author: Hiram Mattison

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HNMFAN

Category: Future life

Page: 398

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The Soul of the Camera

Illustrated with a collection of beautiful black-and-white images, the book’s essays address topics such as craft, mastery, vision, audience, discipline, story, and authenticity.

Author: David duChemin

Publisher: Rocky Nook, Inc.

ISBN: 9781681982045

Category: Photography

Page: 288

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As both an art form and a universal language, the photograph has an extraordinary ability to connect and communicate with others. But with over one trillion photos taken each year, why do so few of them truly connect? Why do so few of them grab our emotions or our imaginations? It is not because the images lack focus or proper exposure; with advances in technology, the camera does that so well these days. Photographer David duChemin believes the majority of our images fall short because they lack soul. And without soul, the images have no ability to resonate with others. They simply cannot connect with the viewer, or even—if we’re being truthful—with ourselves.

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In The Soul of the Camera: The Photographer’s Place in Picture-Making, David explores what it means to make better photographs. Illustrated with a collection of beautiful black-and-white images, the book’s essays address topics such as craft, mastery, vision, audience, discipline, story, and authenticity. The Soul of the Camera is a personal and deeply pragmatic book that quietly yet forcefully challenges the idea that our cameras, lenses, and settings are anything more than dumb and mute tools. It is the photographer, not the camera, that can and must learn to make better photographs—photographs that convey our vision, connect with others, and, at their core, contain our humanity. The Soul of the Camera helps us do that.

A Church Dictionary

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Author: Walter Farquhar Hook

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590500730

Category: Theology

Page: 807

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Living in the Afterlife

Using these abilities for Living in the Afterlife: Experiences from the Soul Place, Michele was able to communicate with the souls of her departed relatives, clients, friends and other spirits bringing new insight and understanding of the ...

Author: Michele Livingston

Publisher: Ars Metaphysica

ISBN: 1620060418

Category:

Page: 174

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Have you, a family member or a friend ever wondered about what it's like after we leave this earth? Do you know someone who is fearful of death? Have you recently lost a dear loved one, or a pet and wonder where they are or what they are doing? Michele A. Livingston is a spiritual medium endorsed by World Renowned Evidential Medium, James Van Praagh who calls her a Trance Channel. Using these abilities for Living in the Afterlife: Experiences from the Soul Place, Michele was able to communicate with the souls of her departed relatives, clients, friends and other spirits bringing new insight and understanding of the Heavenly Realms. Not only what we experience at the time of our death, but what we may actually be doing when we finally make transition to the Other Side! Through actual communication with these souls that are now in Heaven, Michele brings new insight and understanding about what happens after we die. And it may not be what you think or believe! There is as much to do there spiritually as there is to do physically here on earth. We can teach, study with ascended masters and experts from any discipline, help other souls make transition, guide people (souls) still on earth and even re-create our own favorite memories from our last lifetime. Or we can simply relax and do nothing! The information Michele received came from a broad range of departed souls throughout history, including well know celebrities, suicide victims, soldiers, and more. Therefore, Michele was able to paint a picture of what we may expect, not only as we make transition, but as our life continues in the Soul Place, our True Home!

The Soul of the City

As you work your way through this book, you will see a wide range of approaches and definitions to the question of the soul of the city.

Author: Dr Len Hjalmarson

Publisher: Urban Loft Publishers

ISBN: 0998917761

Category:

Page: 226

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How do we get to know our cities? How do we identify the spirit of a place? What theological and social frameworks will contribute to our understanding? As a church we have lagged far behind in our understanding of the city. Very few congregations see themselves as communities wrestling with what it means to be salt and light in the urban landscape. We have not been intentional around thinking about the places where we are located and how we might engage them. As you work your way through this book, you will see a wide range of approaches and definitions to the question of the soul of the city. We have gathered thirteen theological practitioners to reflect on the spiritual topography of their city. These writers each contribute one chapter of five thousand words on the place they live.