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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 160 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=9mm, Gew.=209gr, [GR: 25200 - TB/Philosophie], [SW: - Philosophy], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Understanding Ourselves b, y Mary Macaulay London ROUTLEDGE KEGAN PAUL LIMITED Broadway House 68-74 Carter Lane, E. C. 4. First published 1949 From the unreal lead us to the real, From the false lead us to the true, From darkness lead us to light, THIS BOOK 18 PRODUCED IN COMPLETE CONFORMITY WITH THE AUTHORIZED ECONOMY STANDARDS PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY THE ALCUIN PRESS VELWYN GARDEN CITY, HERTS, CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION . . . vii NOTE . . xi I THE LAWS OF LIFE . . 1 II ADAM AND EVE . . . .12 III THE LAW OF GROWTH. . . .20 IV MARRIAGE . . . . .33 V INFANCY . . . . .62 VI CHILDHOOD . . . .80 VII ADOLESCENCE . . . .90 VIII THE HEAVENS ABOVE AND THE EARTH BENEATH 105 - IX SPIRITUAL ANATOMY . . . 126 Infancy Chapter V Illustrated in the roots of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Childhood Chapter VI Illustrated in the trunk of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Adolescence Chapter VII Illustrated in the branches of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 INTRODUCTION 1 HE Author of this book is known to many people as a very practical person some who know her more intimately might describe her as a mystic with a keen sense of humour. One of the characteristics of the mystic is that he is a person who loves to explore the unseen, unknown, in an effort to discover Truth and Reality. In this instance, the object of exploration has been to discover those laws, principles, powers and parts of man to find the techniques which he must use in the government of his forces, which would ensure happy human relationships. This is not an easy task, but it may be that this book will blaze a trail which others will develop more fully. Nothing should be regarded as mysterious that can be known, and there must bean explanation for everything, even for the strange and often bewildering patterns in human life and behaviour. It will not be possible to connect this book with any special school of psychology, and it uses little, if any, of the usual psychological terminology. It has a style of its own with a quality of action and life which should appeal to vital spirited people in every walk of life. It presents one womans sincere and concentrated search for understanding an understanding of ourselves as human beings, and as spiritual beings or children of Light. Such wisdom as it contains was gained, or earned, by many years of active work and experience with people in various capacities. It accumulated gradually, and grew much as a tree grows from a seed the seed of a deep desire to understand. In many ways, the same approach to learning as that used by little children, longing to understand what they see, hear and touch, per viii INTRODUCTION ceiving life by the senses and learning through experience. Therefore, this book must be read with the intelligence of the heart as well as of the head. The Author began, as all her generation began, and as many children still begin, with little or no explanation of life, let alone any true interpretation of it. Like millions of others, she had to stumble along, too often using the trial and error method so painfully familiar to us all in this world. A high idealism, engendered in a family environment steeped in orthodox religion, did not make the journey from the Jerusalem of a sheltered infancy to the Jericho of an inde pendent maturity, in a war-torn materialistic world, any easier. This ancient road, which we all travel on the way to man hood andwomanhood, is full of many unnecessary stumbling stones and is still beset by thieves. To the children and youth of to-day we are handing on a difficult heritage. We cannot go on depending on the good Samaritan to attend and cure all who fall by the wayside in this journey. It is time there was more clearance by prevention wiser and truer interpretations of life and preparation for marriage and parenthood for young travellers on the highway of life... Understanding Ourselves b, y Mary Macaulay London ROUTLEDGE KEGAN PAUL LIMITED Broadway House 68-74 Carter Lane, E. C. 4. First published 1949 From the unreal lead us to the real, From the false lead us to the true, From darkness lead us to light, THIS BOOK 18 PRODUCED IN COMPLETE CONFORMITY WITH THE AUTHORIZED ECONOMY STANDARDS PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY THE ALCUIN PRESS VELWYN GARDEN CITY, HERTS, CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION . . . vii NOTE . . xi I THE LAWS OF LIFE . . 1 II ADAM AND EVE . . . .12 III THE LAW OF GROWTH. . . .20 IV MARRIAGE . . . . .33 V INFANCY . . . . .62 VI CHILDHOOD . . . .80 VII ADOLESCENCE . . . .90 VIII THE HEAVENS ABOVE AND THE EARTH BENEATH 105 - IX SPIRITUAL ANATOMY . . . 126 Infancy Chapter V Illustrated in the roots of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Childhood Chapter VI Illustrated in the trunk of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Adolescence Chapter VII Illustrated in the branches of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 INTRODUCTION 1 HE Author of this book is known to many people as a very practical person some who know her more intimately might describe her as a mystic with a keen sense of humour. One of the characteristics of the mystic is that he is a person who loves to explore the unseen, unknown, in an effort to discover Truth and Reality. In this instance, the object of exploration has been to discover those laws, principles, powers and parts of man to find the techniques which he must use in the government of his forces, which would ensure happy human relationships. This is not an easy task, but it may be that this book will blaze a trail which others will develop more fully. Nothing should be regarded as mysterious that can be known, and there must bean explanation for everything, even for the strange and often bewildering patterns in human life and behaviour. It will not be possible to connect this book with any special school of psychology, and it uses little, if any, of the usual psychological terminology. It has a style of its own with a quality of action and life which should appeal to vital spirited people in every walk of life. It presents one womans sincere and concentrated search for understanding an understanding of ourselves as human beings, and as spiritual beings or children of Light. Such wisdom as it contains was gained, or earned, by many years of active work and experience with people in various capacities. It accumulated gradually, and grew much as a tree grows from a seed the seed of a deep desire to understand. In many ways, the same approach to learning as that used by little children, longing to understand what they see, hear and touch, per viii INTRODUCTION ceiving life by the senses and learning through experience. Therefore, this book must be read with the intelligence of the heart as well as of the head. The Author began, as all her generation began, and as many children still begin, with little or no explanation of life, let alone any true interpretation of it. Like millions of others, she had to stumble along, too often using the trial and error method so painfully familiar to us all in this world. A high idealism, engendered in a family environment steeped in orthodox religion, did not make the journey from the Jerusalem of a sheltered infancy to the Jericho of an inde pendent maturity, in a war-torn materialistic world, any easier. This ancient road, which we all travel on the way to man hood andwomanhood, is full of many unnecessary stumbling stones and is still beset by thieves. To the children and youth of to-day we are handing on a difficult heritage. We cannot go on depending on the good Samaritan to attend and cure all who fall by the wayside in this journey. It is time there was more clearance by prevention wiser and truer interpretations of life and preparation for marriage and parenthood for young travellers on the highway of life...

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[EAN: 9781406774054], Neubuch, [PU: Stevenson Press], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Understanding Ourselves, Mary Macaulay, Understanding Ourselves b, y Mary Macaulay London ROUTLEDGE KEGAN PAUL LIMITED Broadway House 68-74 Carter Lane, E. C. 4. First published 1949 From the unreal lead us to the real, From the false lead us to the true, From darkness lead us to light, THIS BOOK 18 PRODUCED IN COMPLETE CONFORMITY WITH THE AUTHORIZED ECONOMY STANDARDS PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY THE ALCUIN PRESS VELWYN GARDEN CITY, HERTS, CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION . . . vii NOTE . . xi I THE LAWS OF LIFE . . 1 II ADAM AND EVE . . . .12 III THE LAW OF GROWTH. . . .20 IV MARRIAGE . . . . .33 V INFANCY . . . . .62 VI CHILDHOOD . . . .80 VII ADOLESCENCE . . . .90 VIII THE HEAVENS ABOVE AND THE EARTH BENEATH 105 - IX SPIRITUAL ANATOMY . . . 126 Infancy Chapter V Illustrated in the roots of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Childhood Chapter VI Illustrated in the trunk of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Adolescence Chapter VII Illustrated in the branches of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 INTRODUCTION 1 HE Author of this book is known to many people as a very practical person some who know her more intimately might describe her as a mystic with a keen sense of humour. One of the characteristics of the mystic is that he is a person who loves to explore the unseen, unknown, in an effort to discover Truth and Reality. In this instance, the object of exploration has been to discover those laws, principles, powers and parts of man to find the techniques which he must use in the government of his forces, which would ensure happy human relationships. This is not an easy task, but it may be that this book will blaze a trail which others will develop more fully. Nothing should be regarded as mysterious that can be known, and there must bean explanation for everything, even for the strange and often bewildering patterns in human life and behaviour. It will not be possible to connect this book with any special school of psychology, and it uses little, if any, of the usual psychological terminology. It has a style of its own with a quality of action and life which should appeal to vital spirited people in every walk of life. It presents one womans sincere and concentrated search for understanding an understanding of ourselves as human beings, and as spiritual beings or children of Light. Such wisdom as it contains was gained, or earned, by many years of active work and experience with people in various capacities. It accumulated gradually, and grew much as a tree grows from a seed the seed of a deep desire to understand. In many ways, the same approach to learning as that used by little children, longing to understand what they see, hear and touch, per viii INTRODUCTION ceiving life by the senses and learning through experience. Therefore, this book must be read with the intelligence of the heart as well as of the head. The Author began, as all her generation began, and as many children still begin, with little or no explanation of life, let alone any true interpretation of it. Like millions of others, she had to stumble along, too often using the trial and error method so painfully familiar to us all in this world. A high idealism, engendered in a family environment steeped in orthodox religion, did not make the journey from the Jerusalem of a sheltered infancy to the Jericho of an inde pendent maturity, in a war-torn materialistic world, any easier. This ancient road, which we all travel on the way to man hood andwomanhood, is full of many unnecessary stumbling stones and is still beset by thieves. To the children and youth of to-day we are handing on a difficult heritage. We cannot go on depending on the good Samaritan to attend and cure all who fall by the wayside in this journey. It is time there was more clearance by prevention wiser and truer interpretations of life and preparation for marriage and parenthood for young travellers on the highway of life.

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[EAN: 9781406774054], Neubuch, [PU: Stevenson Press], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Understanding Ourselves, Mary Macaulay, Understanding Ourselves b, y Mary Macaulay London ROUTLEDGE KEGAN PAUL LIMITED Broadway House 68-74 Carter Lane, E. C. 4. First published 1949 From the unreal lead us to the real, From the false lead us to the true, From darkness lead us to light, THIS BOOK 18 PRODUCED IN COMPLETE CONFORMITY WITH THE AUTHORIZED ECONOMY STANDARDS PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY THE ALCUIN PRESS VELWYN GARDEN CITY, HERTS, CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION . . . vii NOTE . . xi I THE LAWS OF LIFE . . 1 II ADAM AND EVE . . . .12 III THE LAW OF GROWTH. . . .20 IV MARRIAGE . . . . .33 V INFANCY . . . . .62 VI CHILDHOOD . . . .80 VII ADOLESCENCE . . . .90 VIII THE HEAVENS ABOVE AND THE EARTH BENEATH 105 - IX SPIRITUAL ANATOMY . . . 126 Infancy Chapter V Illustrated in the roots of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Childhood Chapter VI Illustrated in the trunk of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Adolescence Chapter VII Illustrated in the branches of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 INTRODUCTION 1 HE Author of this book is known to many people as a very practical person some who know her more intimately might describe her as a mystic with a keen sense of humour. One of the characteristics of the mystic is that he is a person who loves to explore the unseen, unknown, in an effort to discover Truth and Reality. In this instance, the object of exploration has been to discover those laws, principles, powers and parts of man to find the techniques which he must use in the government of his forces, which would ensure happy human relationships. This is not an easy task, but it may be that this book will blaze a trail which others will develop more fully. Nothing should be regarded as mysterious that can be known, and there must bean explanation for everything, even for the strange and often bewildering patterns in human life and behaviour. It will not be possible to connect this book with any special school of psychology, and it uses little, if any, of the usual psychological terminology. It has a style of its own with a quality of action and life which should appeal to vital spirited people in every walk of life. It presents one womans sincere and concentrated search for understanding an understanding of ourselves as human beings, and as spiritual beings or children of Light. Such wisdom as it contains was gained, or earned, by many years of active work and experience with people in various capacities. It accumulated gradually, and grew much as a tree grows from a seed the seed of a deep desire to understand. In many ways, the same approach to learning as that used by little children, longing to understand what they see, hear and touch, per viii INTRODUCTION ceiving life by the senses and learning through experience. Therefore, this book must be read with the intelligence of the heart as well as of the head. The Author began, as all her generation began, and as many children still begin, with little or no explanation of life, let alone any true interpretation of it. Like millions of others, she had to stumble along, too often using the trial and error method so painfully familiar to us all in this world. A high idealism, engendered in a family environment steeped in orthodox religion, did not make the journey from the Jerusalem of a sheltered infancy to the Jericho of an inde pendent maturity, in a war-torn materialistic world, any easier. This ancient road, which we all travel on the way to man hood andwomanhood, is full of many unnecessary stumbling stones and is still beset by thieves. To the children and youth of to-day we are handing on a difficult heritage. We cannot go on depending on the good Samaritan to attend and cure all who fall by the wayside in this journey. It is time there was more clearance by prevention wiser and truer interpretations of life and preparation for marriage and parenthood for young travellers on the highway of life.

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Understanding Ourselves b, y Mary Macaulay London ROUTLEDGE KEGAN PAUL LIMITED Broadway House 68-74 Carter Lane, E. C. 4. First published 1949 From the unreal lead us to the real, From the false lead us to the true, From darkness lead us to light, THIS BOOK 18 PRODUCED IN COMPLETE CONFORMITY WITH THE AUTHORIZED ECONOMY STANDARDS PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY THE ALCUIN PRESS VELWYN GARDEN CITY, HERTS, CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE INTRODUCTION . . . vii NOTE . . xi I THE LAWS OF LIFE . . 1 II ADAM AND EVE . . . .12 III THE LAW OF GROWTH. . . .20 IV MARRIAGE . . . . .33 V INFANCY . . . . .62 VI CHILDHOOD . . . .80 VII ADOLESCENCE . . . .90 VIII THE HEAVENS ABOVE AND THE EARTH BENEATH 105 - IX SPIRITUAL ANATOMY . . . 126 Infancy Chapter V Illustrated in the roots of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Childhood Chapter VI Illustrated in the trunk of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 Adolescence Chapter VII Illustrated in the branches of the Tree of Life Design 60-61 INTRODUCTION 1 HE Author of this book is known to many people as a very practical person some who know her more intimately might describe her as a mystic with a keen sense of humour. One of the characteristics of the mystic is that he is a person who loves to explore the unseen, unknown, in an effort to discover Truth and Reality. In this instance, the object of exploration has been to discover those laws, principles, powers and parts of man to find the techniques which he must use in the government of his forces, which would ensure happy human relationships. This is not an easy task, but it may be that this book will blaze a trail which others will develop more fully. Nothing should be regarded as mysterious that can be known, and there must bean explanation for everything, even for the strange and often bewildering patterns in human life and behaviour. It will not be possible to connect this book with any special school of psychology, and it uses little, if any, of the usual psychological terminology. It has a style of its own with a quality of action and life which should appeal to vital spirited people in every walk of life. It presents one womans sincere and concentrated search for understanding an understanding of ourselves as human beings, and as spiritual beings or children of Light. Such wisdom as it contains was gained, or earned, by many years of active work and experience with people in various capacities. It accumulated gradually, and grew much as a tree grows from a seed the seed of a deep desire to understand. In many ways, the same approach to learning as that used by little children, longing to understand what they see, hear and touch, per viii INTRODUCTION ceiving life by the senses and learning through experience. Therefore, this book must be read with the intelligence of the heart as well as of the head. The Author began, as all her generation began, and as many children still begin, with little or no explanation of life, let alone any true interpretation of it. Like millions of others, she had to stumble along, too often using the trial and error method so painfully familiar to us all in this world. A high idealism, engendered in a family environment steeped in orthodox religion, did not make the journey from the Jerusalem of a sheltered infancy to the Jericho of an inde pendent maturity, in a war-torn materialistic world, any easier. This ancient road, which we all travel on the way to man hood andwomanhood, is full of many unnecessary stumbling stones and is still beset by thieves. To the children and youth of to-day we are handing on a difficult heritage. We cannot go on depending on the good Samaritan to attend and cure all who fall by the wayside in this journey. It is time there was more clearance by prevention wiser and truer interpretations of life and preparation for marriage and parenthood for young travellers on the highway of life...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406774054
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406774057
Paperback
Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: DODO PR
160 Pages
Weight: 0,209 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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