Die Unsichtbare Kraft In Lebensmitteln Bio Und Nichtbio Im Vergleich Mit Einblick In Gentechnisch Veraenderte Nahrungsmittel Kristallisationsbilder Aus Der Forschung Vom Lifevisionlab Von Soyana Book PDF, EPUB Download & Read Online Free
Author: Torsten Schenk
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Was ist ein Alchemistisches Lebensmittel? Ein Lebensmittel ist ein Mittel zum Leben. Unter Anwendung alchemistischer Arbeitsschritte kann es weiter veredelt werden, so dass es ganz neue und verblüffende Eigenschaften annimmt. Dieses Buch ist ein seltenes Juwel. Es gibt tiefe und praktische Einblicke in das Wesen der zumeist mystisch anmutenden Alchemie, bei der es um die Vergeistigung der Materie geht. Der Autor führt den Leser auf eine faszinierende Entdeckungsreise: • Wie unterscheide ich zwischen Lebensmitteln und Nahrungsmitteln? • Was ist Äußere Alchemie? Was ist Innere Alchemie? • Das Geheimnis des Stoffwechsels aus ganzheitlicher Sicht • Das Wissen um die Mineralstoffzusammensetzung in alten Kräuterrezepturen • Welche Bedeutung hat das „ALTE WISSEN“ für unsere Gesundheit? Der von Paracelsus geprägte Satz „Lasst Eure Lebensmittel Heilmittel und eure Heilmittel Lebensmittel sein“ ist der Leitgedanke dieses Buches. Der Autor, der sowohl in der klassischen Naturwissenschaft ausgebildet als auch ein Praktizierender der Inneren und Äußeren Alchemie ist, gibt einen Überblick darüber, auf welche Weise Wild- und Gewürzkräuter mit Lebensmitteln im Sinne des Paracelsus zu einer Einheit verschmolzen werden. ALTES WISSEN und neuzeitliche Erkenntnisse gehen hier eine innige Verbindung ein. Das Endergebnis ist ein pflanzliches Mineralpulver zur Remineralisierung des Körpers, das themenspezifisch, einfach und ohne Zeitaufwand in Form einer kleinen Prise und ähnlich wie ein Gewürz verzehrt werden kann. In leicht verständlicher Sprache geschrieben richtet sich dieses Buch sowohl an Fachexperten als auch an Gesundheit interessierte Menschen, die „einen Blick über den Tellerrand“ wagen wollen.
Author: Tim Mälzer
One of Europe's top chefs brings his popular and easy to prepare recipes to America, featuring delicious vegetarian dishes for all tastes. Cooking with fresh vegetables has never been more fun. With this new cookbook, Tim Malzer shows the surprising wealth of vegetarian cuisine. His book Green Box features simple and tasty recipes that will inspire every cook. Vegetables and spices are the stars here--basic ingredients which make up Tim Malzer's fresh cuisine. The book includes a wide variety of vegetarian cooking; a practical seasonal calendar and detailed commentary on ingredients; American scale units for all recipes; and hundreds of full-color illustrations.
Author: Masaru Emoto
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
This book will transform your world view. Dr. Masaru Emoto’s first book, The Hidden Message in Water, told about his discovery that crystals formed in frozen water revealed changes when specific, concentrated thoughts were directed toward them. He also found that water from clear springs and water that has been exposed to loving words showed brilliant, complex and colourful snowflake patters. In contrast, polluted water, or water exposed to negative though formed incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors.
Author: Marie Kreipe
Publisher: Diplomica Verlag
The controversial issue of genetically modified (GM) food is discussed in this book. While the United States (US) is a strong supporter of GM technology having adopted a rather lax regulation of trade with GM products, the European Union (EU) is representing a sceptical position towards this new technology and has even imposed a de facto moratorium on further approval of GM products from 1998 to 2004. The purpose of this book is an extensive analysis of the current status on risks and benefits of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and a suggestion on how an appropriate regulation of GM products could be derived. Potential guidelines are provided for policy formulation both in a qualitative and in a quantitative dimension. The US is applying the principle of substantial equivalence, which means that GM products are in their substance identical to products produced by conventional methods. Therefore, no new regulations are necessary for the trade with GM products. In contrast, the European Union (EU) disagrees that GM products are equivalent to their conventional counterparts due to the different production process. Instead, the EU refers to the precautionary principle in its GMO policy, meaning that trade with GM products should be restricted until it will be proven that no additional risks are implied by the use of these products. The divergence of opinions about the right policy to regulate GM products has significant impacts on trade flows and welfare effects. The US and the EU have already tried to resolve their dispute before the World Trade Organization (WTO). Relevant laws of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and the WTO are presented as well as indications for a potential consensus.
Author: Denni Clarke
Publisher: Denni Clarke
Denni Clarke has presented the enigmatic, and visually and emotionally stirring panorama of beauty, strength and enlightenment found to emanate from the Crop Circles through her breath-taking photographs and gifted insight as to the wisdom contained within. Crop Circles are believed by many to be modern-day sacred sites. As the Crop Circles possess the ability to change lives, and are truly transformational, the CircleMakers offer a multitude of opportunities for personal growth, exploration, and Spiritual evolution.
Author: Klaus Heinemann
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
People all over the world are fascinated by orbs – the opaque circular features that appear unexpectedly in photographs – but now that so much serious research and study has been done on the topic, the big question is this: what does their appearance mean? This book shows that these fascinating circles of light are not just interesting phenomena, but that they are here for a specific purpose – to bring us messages of hope. Written by orb expert and physicist Klaus Heinemann, together with his wife Gundi Heinemann, a healing arts practitioner, this book is a grounded and visionary presentation of facts and experiences in orb photography. Inside you will find convincing new results to convert the sceptic, and numerous reports of meaningful orb experiences from people all over the world. This book delves deep into the magical and exciting world of orbs, how and when they appear to us, and beyond – exploring what these emanations from spirit are trying to communicate.
Author: Bob Frissell
Publisher: Frog Limited
A look at the phenomenon of sacred geometry focuses on the monuments discovered in 1976 on Mars by NASA's Viking spacecraft, speculating on their meaning in terms of extraterrestrial life, aliens on Earth, and meditational rebirthing. Original.
Author: Sally Bongers
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Sally Bongers, the distinguished Australian cinematographer, compiled these interviews while researching subjects for a documentary film on Enlightenment. Initially she sought out established spiritual teachers, but her emphasis changed to interviewing ordinary people who had experienced a shift of perception which, in the Eastern tradition, would be called Enlightenment or Liberation. She found men and women who still live their lives much as they had done before the realization, working and living in the everyday world. Seven of their stories were chosen for this book. Hearing these people talk about living with this understanding in the real world (not in an ice-cave somewhere!) confirmed the closeness of it all. These stories make it clear that Enlightenment can “happen” to anyone, regardless of so-called spiritual qualifications.
Author: Chuanfu Chen, Ronald Larsen
This book explores the development, trends and research of library and information sciences (LIS) in the digital age. Inside, readers will find research and case studies written by LIS experts, educators and theorists, most of whom have visited China, delivered presentations there and drafted their articles based on feedback they received. As a result, readers will discover the LIS issues and concerns that China and the international community have in common. The book first introduces the opportunities and challenges faced by the library and information literacy profession and discusses the key role of librarians in the future of information literacy education. Next, it covers trends in LIS education by examining the vision of the iSchool movement and detailing its practice in Syracuse University. The book then covers issues in information seeking and retrieval by showing how visual data mining technology can be used to detect the relationship and pattern between terms on the Q&A of a social media site. It also includes a case study regarding tracing information seeking behavior and usage on a multimedia website. Next, the book stresses the importance of building an academic accreditation framework for scientific datasets, explores the relationship between bibliometrics and university rankings, and details the birth and development of East Asian Libraries in North America. Overall, the book offers readers insight into the changing nature of LIS, including the electronic dissemination of information, the impact of the Internet on libraries, the changing responsibilities of library professionals, the new paradigm for evaluating information, and characteristics and functions of today's library personnel.
Author: Andrew Piper
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
At the turn of the nineteenth century, publishing houses in London, New York, Paris, Stuttgart, and Berlin produced books in ever greater numbers. But it was not just the advent of mass printing that created the era’s “bookish” culture. According to Andrew Piper, romantic writing and romantic writers played a crucial role in adjusting readers to this increasingly international and overflowing literary environment. Learning how to use and to want books occurred through more than the technological, commercial, or legal conditions that made the growing proliferation of books possible; the making of such bibliographic fantasies was importantly a product of the symbolic operations contained within books as well. Examining novels, critical editions, gift books, translations, and illustrated books, as well as the communities who made them, Dreaming in Books tells a wide-ranging story of the book’s identity at the turn of the nineteenth century. In so doing, it shows how many of the most pressing modern communicative concerns are not unique to the digital age but emerged with a particular sense of urgency during the bookish upheavals of the romantic era. In revisiting the book’s rise through the prism of romantic literature, Piper aims to revise our assumptions about romanticism, the medium of the printed book, and, ultimately, the future of the book in our so-called digital age.
Author: R. Baiasu, G. Bird, A. Moore
Responding to growing interest in the Kantian tradition and in issues concerning space and time, this volume offers an insightful and original contribution to the literature by bringing together analytical and phenomenological approaches in a productive exchange on topical issues such as action, perception, the body, and cognition and its limits.
Author: Hans Urs von Balthasar
Publisher: Ignatius Press
This is perhaps the best and most comprehensive book on prayer ever written. From the persons of the Trinity through the Incarnation to the Church and the very structure of the human person, this book is a powerful synthesis of what prayer is and how to pray. The testament of a great theologian on something which is most personal and interior, contemplative prayer. In this modern classic, von Balthasar illumines the nature and practice of contemplative prayer in explicit and vital connection with the mysteries of Christian revelation. His extraordinary flair for drawing spiritual implications from the most profound theological insights is brilliantly displayed on so many of its pages. This is a book on prayer that stimulates our yearning for God as it points us toward ever-deepening and authentic encounters with Him. - Margaret M. Turek, S.T.D., Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, St. Patrick's Seminary and University
Author: R. H. Bruce Lockhart
Publisher: Frontline Books
When first published in 1932, this memoir was an immediate classic, both as a unique eyewitness account of Revolutionary Russia and as one mans story of struggle, and tragedy set against the background of great events. Aged 25, Lockhart became the British Vice-Consul to Moscow in 1912. With revolution in the air, it was dangerous, decadent posting. The 'Boy Ambassador' became an eyewitness to pivotal events and in 1918 was charged with establishing a diplomatic understanding with the Bolsheviks, to ensure that Russia remained in the war against Germany. It was a precarious mission: Whitehall could not be seen support revolutionaries; Lockhart grew wary of his masters secret machinations; while Lenin and Trotsky's cordial relations with the British agent never quite dispelled their mistrust of the nation he represented. When Lockhart met Moura Budberg, who became the great love of his life, he was in an increasingly vulnerable position. In September 1918 he would be falsely accused of a counter-revolutionary plot to overthrow the Bolsheviks, and sent to the Loubianka. His account even inspired a Hollywood movie. From his evocative descriptions of revolutionary Moscow, where the champagne flowed as the bourgeoisie trembled, to his audiences with Trotsky and his brushes with death, this is a vivid, unique memoir.