The Unbroken Wholeness Power of GodThe Unbroken Wholeness Power of God



Our whole body, mind, and spirit become full of light no matter how seemingly small the light seems to be; even 10 to the minus 27th power, one tiny quantum of God light. This is the wholeness principle in action for you as just one ...

Author: Don Christie

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781591602439

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This book is all about experiencing the awesome WHOLENESS power of God through a life of discipleship and prayer. The book is a call to get back to the simple basics of the Bible using the wholeness and oneness principles as a guide. In a few of the later chapters the book explores some simple, but remarkable number patterns such as the mathematical constants for light, time, gravity, creation fire, and many more, all of which were encoded in the Psalms 3000 years ago, about 2,900 years before they were known. These simple number patterns such as 19 for electricity, 27 for light, 29 for creation fire, and 38 for gravity, all have 'key words' in the first few verses of the Psalm number that is the same exact number of the math constant. The book also explores a few (ELS) or what is called Equidistant Lette! r Sequences to show hidden codes in the Bible. There also is a unique matrix code for the World Trade Center attack included. Many more interesting Bible numbers that equal modern day scientific theory and fact are found in the Tabernacle of Moses and other places in the Bible. The book brings out the wholeness principles contained in the Bible and how to apply them to your life. The book also validates the fact that the Bible contains the simple mathematical evidence for the existence of God with patterns of numbers that are way beyond chance.

The Unity of NatureThe Unity of Nature



Lemkow, A. (1995) The Wholeness Principle: Dynamics of Unity Within Science, Religion, and Society, Quest Books, Wheaton, Revised edn. Lesourne, J. (1992) The Economics of Order and Disorder: The Market as Organizer and Creator, ...

Author: Alan Marshall

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9781783261161

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The idea behind The Unity of Nature is a strong theoretical theme in a number of scientific and environmental fields from ecosystems ecology, through quantum physics to environmental philosophy and ecopolitics giving rise to an inspiring, optimistic, socially-responsive and environment-friendly worldview. The fields of science and environmentalism have inherited this theme of natural unity through an intellectual lineage that encompasses many non-scientific and non-environmental fields such as sociology, theology and political philosophy. Many of these fields have used natural unity in a way which is in stark opposition to the metaphysical and political desires of those who promulgate the unity of nature for progressive social change. This book discusses how this has transpired and examines the social and intellectual processes that have been at work. These include the social construction of the Organicism versus Mechanicism debate in ecology, the intellectual links between neo-classical economic principles and the ‘New Sciences’, the techno-scientific background of Gaia theory, and the social conservatism of ecological functionalism. Contents:It's All an Environmentalist Plot!:Unity as an Environmental Idea: An Introduction to the Unity of Nature in Contemporary ThoughtIt's All a Bourgeois Plot!:Falling into Wholes: Ecological FascismGaia: The Technocentric Embodiment of the Unity of Nature?Natural Conservatism: The Unity of Nature and Social SystemsUniting the Ecosystem with the EconomyIt's All a Postmodern Plot(lessness)!:What is This Thing Called Postmodern Science?Mechanicism vs Organicism: A False Dichotomy?An (Other) Postmodern Ecology Readership: Scientists, historians of science, environmentalists, and social scientists.

The Wholeness PrincipleThe Wholeness Principle



New technology, industry and commerce have spawned the global interdependency of all people, making us our brothers' keepers by necessity, asserts author Anna Lemkow in this exciting demonstration of the reality of Wholeness as a universal ...

Author: Anna F. Lemkow

Publisher: Quest Books

ISBN: 0835607151

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New technology, industry and commerce have spawned the global interdependency of all people, making us our brothers' keepers by necessity, asserts author Anna Lemkow in this exciting demonstration of the reality of Wholeness as a universal principle. She offers integrative approaches to religion, philosophy, science and world affairs that can help shape a bright future.

The Wholeness PrincipleThe Wholeness Principle



New technology, industry and commerce have spawned the global interdependency of all people, making us our brothers' keepers by necessity, asserts author Anna Lemkow in this exciting demonstration of the reality of Wholeness as a universal ...

Author: Anna Freifeld Lemkow

Publisher: Quest Books

ISBN: UOM:39015021881191

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New technology, industry and commerce have spawned the global interdependency of all people, making us our brothers' keepers by necessity, asserts author Anna Lemkow in this exciting demonstration of the reality of Wholeness as a universal principle. She offers integrative approaches to religion, philosophy, science and world affairs that can help shape a bright future.

Dialogue as a Collective Means of Design ConversationDialogue as a Collective Means of Design Conversation



This is an emerging Principle, based on the idea that when the wholeness of a system is deeply felt, it brings out the very best of the system (Cooperrider & Whitney, 2001). “We seek for connection and restore the world to wholeness” ...

Author: Patrick M. Jenlink

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387758435

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This is the second volume to offer a cross-disciplinary approach to examining dialogue as a communicative medium. It explores different modes of conversation and the application of design conversation within and across various types of human experiences. Coverage examines design conversation from philosophical, cultural, spiritual, and historical perspectives. It also explores philosophical and theoretical perspectives as well as methodological ideas related to conversation.

WholenessWholeness



We all have tendencies. These are hardwired. Instead of looking at the world based on how we wish it was, a wholeness approach works with people based on the way the world actually is. The wholeness principle that ...

Author: RD king

Publisher: 大賢者外語

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Lifestyle provides input to the human body. If there are any problems with these inputs, you are sure to feel the consequences. We do not completely realize how important lifestyle choices are. It’s about time for you to enjoy all-natural holistic wellness! With this step by step guide... You are going to understand the importance of Lifestyle. You will learn to identify lifestyle inputs You will understand the spiritual component of wellness. You can begin to understand the body-and-mind connection. You are going to learn exactly how to live a more empowered life.

Wholeness and Holiness in EducationWholeness and Holiness in Education



Lemkow, Anna F., The Wholeness Principle: Dynamics of Unity Within Science, Religion & Society (London: Quest Books, 1990). Lilley, Irene M., Friedrich Froebel: A Selection from His Writings (Cambridge, England, UK: Cambridge University ...

Author: Zahra al Zeera

Publisher: International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)

ISBN: 9781565642805

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Critically examining the Western, secular approach to formal education, the author contests the value of an education system focusing solely on the intellectual and physical aspects of human development. The methodological aim and structure of this approach are compared to those of Islam which Dr. Al Zeera notes gives credence to the importance of spiritual and religious factors, as well as scholarly ones, with the overall objective of forming whole and holy human being who, instead of resisting the paradoxes of life, uses their interrelatedness as a means of personal and societal development. One interesting factor examined within the broader framework of the study is the area of female spirituality, an element, which the author argues, is vastly under-represented in prevalent Islamic literature. This study is a holistic view of knowledge and a sociological discussion adopting an unconventional approach of using the author’s own personal experiences as the basis for debate and analysis. We are invited to enter the world of understanding and observation to experience for ourselves an unusual approach to dialectical thinking.

The Operating Principle of the UniverseThe Operating Principle of the Universe



Lemkow, A.F., (1990) The Wholeness Principle. Quest Books, Wheaton, Il. Mandel, T. (1991) Journal of the Obvious Principle, TNT Press LaGrange. Mandel, T. (1987) The Quantum Principle, a Study of Love, General Systems Theory, ...

Author: Thomas M. Mandel

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1465316388

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This writer wanted to know how all things worked so the question of how the Universe works plagued him forever. BUT he wasnt able to agree with the so-called experts there were so many of them and they didnt all agree with each other. So the question never was answered. Then, one day, while at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, a part of the answer was presented to me in a moment. But it was too simple, so I kept looking and after a few minutes it occurred to me that there are actually THREE sides of a coin, this side, that side, and the in between inside that holds all coins together..

Guided Evolution of SocietyGuided Evolution of Society



5.3.3 The Principle of Generative Order This principle is derived from Bohm's proposition. ... 5.3.6 The Wholeness Principle The wholeness principle refers to the harmonious and balanced interaction among, and integration of, ...

Author: Bela H. Banathy

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781475731392

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Based on a comprehensive review of human and societal evolution the book develops an approach to conscious, self-guided evolution. In the course of the evolutionary journey of our species, there have been three seminal events. The first happened some seven million yeas ago, when our humanoid ancestors entered on the evolutionary scene. Their journey toward the second crucial event lasted over six million years when - as the greatest event of our evolutionary history - homo sapiens sapiens, started the revolutionary process of cultural evolution. Today, we have arrived at the threshold of the third major event, `the revolution of conscious evolution,' when it becomes our responsibility to enter into the evolutionary design space and guide the evolutionary journey of our species. The book tells the story of the first six million years of the journey in just enough detail to understand how evolution had worked in times when it was primarily biological, driven by natural selection. With the human revolution some fifty thousand years ago, with the emergence of self-reflective consciousness, the evolutionary process transformed from biological into cultural. From this point on, the book follows the journey with detailed attention, in order to learn how cultural evolution works. The book is organized in three parts. Part One commences with an exposition of a brief history of the evolutionary idea through time with a focus on a review of the science of general evolution and specifically social and societal evolution. Next, the book unfolds the `evolutionary story' of our species from the time when the first humanoids entered the evolutionary scene to our current era. Part Two develops a systems view of evolution, explores the ways and means of how evolution works, characterizes evolutionary consciousness and develops the idea of conscious evolution. Part Three builds upon the knowledge developed in the first two parts and sets forth the key conditions of conscious, self-guided evolution, elaborating the core condition, which is the acquisition of evolutionary competence through evolutionary learning. The focus of this part is on an approach to the design of evolutionary guidance systems that our families, neighborhoods, communities, organizations, social and societal systems can use to design the future they aspire to attain. The work is set aside from other statements in three important ways. It provides: (1) a comprehensive review of how evolution has worked with a focus on socio-cultural evolution, (2) an explanation of evolutionary consciousness and the conditions of engaging in conscious evolution, and (3) most significantly, it develops a detailed approach and a methodology to the design of evolutionary guidance systems.