Toward a Philosophy of Perception: The Magnitude of Human Potential - Cloud Optics

Toward a Philosophy of Perception: The Magnitude of Human Potential - Cloud Optics

by Margaret A. Harrell
     
 

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Lavishly illustrated with 33 color cloud photographs, this coffeetable-sized book introduces the Love in Transition series, published originally in Romania, to the United States. Midwest Book Review calls it "an enthusiastically recommended reading experience," Kirkus Discoveries identifies "the premise that all human beings, through our individual life experiences,… See more details below

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Lavishly illustrated with 33 color cloud photographs, this coffeetable-sized book introduces the Love in Transition series, published originally in Romania, to the United States. Midwest Book Review calls it "an enthusiastically recommended reading experience," Kirkus Discoveries identifies "the premise that all human beings, through our individual life experiences, have the potential to make an impact on the collective consciousness of humanity." It recommends the "nuggets of brilliant insight into life, death and the collective human consciousness"; and the Mindquest Review publisher notes that "Margaret Harrell has produced one of the most perceptive works available for our time."

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Kirkus Discoveries
Behind the series is the premise that all human beings, through our individual life experiences, have the potential to make an impact on the collective consciousness of humanity. According to Harrell, meditative encounters with remarkable individuals provide the means for tapping into the hidden wellspring of collective worldwide consciousness, as well as the basis of transcending boundaries of time and space and actualizing the latent potential of mankind. She describes in detail her psychic encounters with New York City luminary and poet, Milton Klonsky, and influential Indian Yoga master and saint, Shri Dhyanyogi Madhusudandasji. Each man imparted valuable information regarding inner energy and heightened consciousness, and Harrell's collected essays, poems, photographs and musings filter those teachings through her own personal experiences. The work is punctuated by 33 full-color cloud photographs, windows of perception that Harrell employs as tools on her search for the ultimate human potential. . . . nuggets of brilliant insight into life, death and the collective human consciousness.
Midwest Book Review
Impressively enhanced with thirty-three full-color, coffeetable-sized cloud photographs, Toward A Philosophy Of Perception: The Magnitude Of Human Potential-Cloud Optics by academician and Eastern Studies advocate Margaret Harrell provides the reader with a thoughtful and thought-provoking text illustrating a powerful and extended journey into a higher consciousness. Toward A Philosophy Of Perception engagingly chronicles Harrell's several decades of inspirational teachings and personal experiences, as well as her dedicated research into consciousness and life. Toward A Philosophy Of Perception articulates the position that everyone inherently holds all the tools they would need to reach a higher level of consciousness, and in doing so, become a source of love and light that can help shape a better future for themselves, their loved ones, and their communities. An enthusiastically recommended reading experience, the photography, poetry, sciences, and Harrell's own remarkable abilities to communicate with the reader, make Toward A Philosophy Of Perception a seminal work of wit, wisdom, and imagination.

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ISBN-13:
9781420801491
Publisher:
Authorhouse
Publication date:
02/28/2005
Pages:
124
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.32(d)

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