Die Psychotherapie Der Hildegard Von Bingen

Autor: Wighard Strehlow
Publisher: Knaur MensSana eBook
ISBN: 3426415232
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Nach der Lehre der Hildegard von Bingen wohnen 35 Seelenkräfte im Menschen, die jeweils dem Körper und seinen Organen zugeordnet sind. Destruktive Seelenkräfte wie die alleinige Ausrichtung auf materielle Dinge, Macht oder Gier sind der Auslöser für Krisen oder Krankheiten. Der Weg zur Heilung besteht darin, diese Kräfte ins Positive umzuwandeln. Ein wegweisendes Buch, das überraschende Einsichten und Erkenntnisse vermittelt, die zu einem ganz neuen Verständnis von körperlicher und seelischer Gesundheit führen.

Hildegard Of Bingen S Spiritual Remedies

Autor: Wighard Strehlow
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
ISBN: 9780892819850
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Hildegard of Bingen recognized what the holistic health movement has only recently restored to our consciousness: that full health can only be experienced in a state of spiritual balance. Dr. Strehlow gives readers practical suggestions based on the integration of 35 spiritual forces of the human soul in order to "cure the soul within," which he synthesized from five of Hildegard's books on spiritual and psychological healing principles.

Jung S Map Of The Soul

Autor: Murray Stein
Publisher: Open Court
ISBN: 0812697073
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More than a mere overview, the book offers readers a strong grounding in the basic principles of Jung's analytical psychology in addition to illuminating insights.

Hildegard Of Bingen

Autor: Columba Hart
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809131303
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In one series, the original writings of the universally acknowledged teachers of the Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, and Islamic traditions have been critically selected, translated and introduced by internationally recognized scholars and spiritual leaders.

The Book Of The Rewards Of Life

Autor: Saint Hildegard
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195113716
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Hildegard of Bingen, the first German mystic, is one of the most influential women in European history. Born in 1098 in Bockelheim on the Nahe River, Hildegard had her first vision at the age of six, a phenomenon she would continue to experience the rest of her life. At the behest of the archbishop of Mainz, Hildegard set upon recording her visions in writing. Her writings soon propelled her from Benedictine abbess to celebrity as determined reformer, castigating seer, theoretical musician, patient adviser, and exorcist. A woman of extraordinarily energetic and independent mind, Hildegard wrote profusely throughout her life as a prophet, a poet, a musical composer, a dramatist, a physician, and a political moralist. Indeed, her musical compositions have reached new heights in popularity, highlighting the revival of Gregorian chant currently sweeping the United States. Hildegard communicated with popes and princes, with people of both influence and humble status, always standing above the corruption, misery, and ruin--both spiritual and temporal--of the twelfth century. The second of Hildegard's three books of visions, The Book of the Rewards of Life (Liber Vitae Meritorum) is a study of the human weaknesses that separates us from God. Written with remarkable visual clarity, it stands as one the most subtle and fascinating works ever written on the relationship of various sins to their corresponding virtues. Divided into six parts, this compelling work focuses on our moral flaws, seemingly inherent in human consciousness, and the role of repentance and the virtues in re-establishing our union with God. The first and only complete English translation of this important medieval work, The Book of the Rewards of Life is indeed a handbook of life.

Prayers Of Hildegard Of Bingen

Autor: Saint Hildegard
Publisher: Franciscan Media
ISBN: 9780867164916
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Open your heart to the words of prayer of Saint Hildegard of Bingen, twelfth–century mystic, healer and abbess, natural scientist, prophetess and spiritual guide—one of the greatest female spiritual figures of the last millennium. From the saint’s great visionary works dealing with God, humans and the cosmos, one of her modern followers has compiled a simple, unpretentious, consoling book of prayer. The mystical writings of Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), the self-described “trumpet of God” and “zither of the Holy Spirit,” invite you to enter into prayer that is dialogue on all levels: a dialogue between the Creator and the created, one person and another, the individual and nature, the body and the soul, virtue and vice.

Conversations About The End Of Time

Autor: Stephen Jay Gould
Publisher: Fromm International
ISBN: 9780880642651
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Four intellectuals and scientists--Stephen Jay Gould, Umberto Eco, Jean-Claude CarriFre, and Jean Delumeau--share their reflections on millennial conciousness, probing the origins of apocalyptic fascination, prehistoric cataclysms like the extinction of the dinosaurs, and religious views on the subject. Reprint.

The Healing Power Of Illness

Autor: Ruediger Dahlke
ISBN: 9781591812784
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This classic book, long out of print in English, challenges accepted ideas of illness by suggesting it s not an enemy to be fought. When you see your symptoms as bodily expressions of psychological or spiritual conflicts, you can use them as guides to inner work. Youcan respond to troubles with infection, allergies, respiration, digestion, skin, nervous system, heart and circulation, sexuality and pregnancy, even accidents, with practical actions that heal the heart and mind. The authors are psychologists one trained in spiritual traditions, the other in natural healing and psychotherapy. The goal of their archetypical or interpretative medicine is to help us see that just as every disease pattern expresses a certain content, every organ and every region of the body has a particular significance. The goal is that we can then build up a field of "contagious good health" and take control in finding our own life mission and path of development. In the German-speaking world, Ruediger Dahlke s books have attracted a large following and have contributed to creating an ever-expanding consciousness for psychosomatic correlations and a holistic approach to medicine. There are over 200 translations of his booksin 24 languages."