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Reincarnation
A Lost Chord in Modern Thought
Wright, L.L.
€9,30
Paperback
English
81p
Point Loma Publications California
0-913004-76-6
0.099 kg
Paperback
What it is in you that reincarnates? Why you do not remember past lives? Here are answers, objections and misconceptions clarified. This work also outlines processes of reincarnation and stresses ethical influence its acceptance could bring to mankind.

Contents:
1. Reimbodiment a Habit of Nature
2. What It Is in Man that Reincarnates
3. Why Do We Not Remember Our Past Lives?
4. Some Objections and Misconceptions
5. The Processes of Reincarnation
6. The Ethical Influence of a Belief in Reincarnation
7. Reincarnation as a Historical Belief
8. Reincarnation and Destiny
Reincarnation: A New Horizon in Science, Religion, and Society
 
Cranston, S.
€21,00
Paperback
English
434p
Theosophical University Press
1-55700-025-5
0.675 kg
Paperback
Contents
I THE HORIZON TODAY
1. The cry for meaning
2. Current Western belief in many lives
3. Lecture at harvard university
Reincarnation and the Book of Life
Only Two Options–or a Third Alternative?
Psychologists Discover Rebirth

II SCIENTISTS INVESTIGATE REINCARNATION
4. The research of ian stevenson, m.d.
5. Cases of the reincarnation type from around the world
6. Did they speak a past-life language?
7. Hypnotic regression experiments
8. Near death and beyond-death encounters
9. Heredity: problems and puzzles in genetics
10. Unexplained cases of genius

III RELIGIOUS TEACHERS: THEIR MODERN MESSAGE
11. Early instructors of the human race
12. Judaic teachers and prophets
13. Jesus and the christian vision
14. Krishna and the bhagavad-gita
15. The life and teaching of buddha

IV TRANSFORMATION OF LIFE AND SOCIETY
16. War and its transcendence
17. My race, my religion, my country, my status
18. Our plundered planet and disregard for its creatures
Reincarnation: The Phoenix Fire Mystery
 
Cranston, S.
€25,00
Paperback
English
619p
Theosophical University Press
1-55700-026-3
0.795 kg
Paperback
An East-West dialogue on death and rebirth from the worlds of religion, science, psychology, philosophy, art and literature.

Contents:
1. THE MYSTERY UNFOLDED
Central Choice before Modern Man. Rational Immortality. Objections to Reincarnation Considered. Karma, Rebirth, and Free Will
2. LANGUAGE OF MYTH AND SYMBOL
Fragments of a Lost Whole. The Immortal Phoenix. The Wheel of Rebirth. Psyche and the Butterfly. The Serpent Reborn. Transformations of Proteus. Myth of the Eternal Return. The Dance of Shiva. The Ever-Resurrecting Sun. The Return of the Gods
3. THE RELIGIOUS VIEW–EAST AND WEST
Hindu. Buddhist. Taoist. Egyptian. Persian. Jewish. Early Christian. Islamic. Later Christian
4. REINCARNATION AMONG THE EARLY RACES
Fresh Approaches to “Primitive” Man. Africans. Australians. Pacific Islanders and East Indians. Tribes of the Americas. Ancient Europeans
5. THE WESTERN TRADITION
Greek and Roman Heritage. The Middle Ages. Renaissance and Reformation. Age of Shakespeare. Eighteenth-Century Enlightenment. Eastern and Transcendental Influences in the Nineteenth Century. Twentieth Century–Age of Transition. Stories of “Remembrances” of Past Lives
6. NEW HORIZONS IN SCIENCE, PSYCHOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY
The World of Scientists. Psychologists and Doctors of the Mind. The Philosopher Looks at Rebirth
7. THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT AND THE REINCARNATION RENAISSANCE
The Theosophical Movement and its Founders. The Teaching and Program that sparked the Revival
An East-West dialogue on death and rebirth from the worlds of religion, science, psychology, philosophy, art and literature.

Contents:
1. THE MYSTERY UNFOLDED
Central Choice before Modern Man. Rational Immortality. Objections to Reincarnation Considered. Karma, Rebirth, and Free Will
2. LANGUAGE OF MYTH AND SYMBOL
Fragments of a Lost Whole. The Immortal Phoenix. The Wheel of Rebirth. Psyche and the Butterfly. The Serpent Reborn. Transformations of Proteus. Myth of the Eternal Return. The Dance of Shiva. The Ever-Resurrecting Sun. The Return of the Gods
3. THE RELIGIOUS VIEW–EAST AND WEST
Hindu. Buddhist. Taoist. Egyptian. Persian. Jewish. Early Christian. Islamic. Later Christian
4. REINCARNATION AMONG THE EARLY RACES
Fresh Approaches to “Primitive” Man. Africans. Australians. Pacific Islanders and East Indians. Tribes of the Americas. Ancient Europeans
5. THE WESTERN TRADITION
Greek and Roman Heritage. The Middle Ages. Renaissance and Reformation. Age of Shakespeare. Eighteenth-Century Enlightenment. Eastern and Transcendental Influences in the Nineteenth Century. Twentieth Century–Age of Transition. Stories of “Remembrances” of Past Lives
6. NEW HORIZONS IN SCIENCE, PSYCHOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY
The World of Scientists. Psychologists and Doctors of the Mind. The Philosopher Looks at Rebirth
7. THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT AND THE REINCARNATION RENAISSANCE
The Theosophical Movement and its Founders. The Teaching and Program that sparked the Revival
An East-West dialogue on death and rebirth from the worlds of religion, science, psychology, philosophy, art and literature.

Contents:
1. THE MYSTERY UNFOLDED
Central Choice before Modern Man. Rational Immortality. Objections to Reincarnation Considered. Karma, Rebirth, and Free Will
2. LANGUAGE OF MYTH AND SYMBOL
Fragments of a Lost Whole. The Immortal Phoenix. The Wheel of Rebirth. Psyche and the Butterfly. The Serpent Reborn. Transformations of Proteus. Myth of the Eternal Return. The Dance of Shiva. The Ever-Resurrecting Sun. The Return of the Gods
3. THE RELIGIOUS VIEW–EAST AND WEST
Hindu. Buddhist. Taoist. Egyptian. Persian. Jewish. Early Christian. Islamic. Later Christian
4. REINCARNATION AMONG THE EARLY RACES
Fresh Approaches to “Primitive” Man. Africans. Australians. Pacific Islanders and East Indians. Tribes of the Americas. Ancient Europeans
5. THE WESTERN TRADITION
Greek and Roman Heritage. The Middle Ages. Renaissance and Reformation. Age of Shakespeare. Eighteenth-Century Enlightenment. Eastern and Transcendental Influences in the Nineteenth Century. Twentieth Century–Age of Transition. Stories of “Remembrances” of Past Lives
6. NEW HORIZONS IN SCIENCE, PSYCHOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY
The World of Scientists. Psychologists and Doctors of the Mind. The Philosopher Looks at Rebirth
7. THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT AND THE REINCARNATION RENAISSANCE
The Theosophical Movement and its Founders. The Teaching and Program that sparked the Revival
An East-West dialogue on death and rebirth from the worlds of religion, science, psychology, philosophy, art and literature.

Contents:
1. THE MYSTERY UNFOLDED
Central Choice before Modern Man. Rational Immortality. Objections to Reincarnation Considered. Karma, Rebirth, and Free Will
2. LANGUAGE OF MYTH AND SYMBOL
Fragments of a Lost Whole. The Immortal Phoenix. The Wheel of Rebirth. Psyche and the Butterfly. The Serpent Reborn. Transformations of Proteus. Myth of the Eternal Return. The Dance of Shiva. The Ever-Resurrecting Sun. The Return of the Gods
3. THE RELIGIOUS VIEW–EAST AND WEST
Hindu. Buddhist. Taoist. Egyptian. Persian. Jewish. Early Christian. Islamic. Later Christian
4. REINCARNATION AMONG THE EARLY RACES
Fresh Approaches to “Primitive” Man. Africans. Australians. Pacific Islanders and East Indians. Tribes of the Americas. Ancient Europeans
5. THE WESTERN TRADITION
Greek and Roman Heritage. The Middle Ages. Renaissance and Reformation. Age of Shakespeare. Eighteenth-Century Enlightenment. Eastern and Transcendental Influences in the Nineteenth Century. Twentieth Century–Age of Transition. Stories of “Remembrances” of Past Lives
6. NEW HORIZONS IN SCIENCE, PSYCHOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY
The World of Scientists. Psychologists and Doctors of the Mind. The Philosopher Looks at Rebirth
7. THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT AND THE REINCARNATION RENAISSANCE
The Theosophical Movement and its Founders. The Teaching and Program that sparked the Revival
An East-West dialogue on death and rebirth from the worlds of religion, science, psychology, philosophy, art and literature.

Contents:
1. THE MYSTERY UNFOLDED
Central Choice before Modern Man. Rational Immortality. Objections to Reincarnation Considered. Karma, Rebirth, and Free Will
2. LANGUAGE OF MYTH AND SYMBOL
Fragments of a Lost Whole. The Immortal Phoenix. The Wheel of Rebirth. Psyche and the Butterfly. The Serpent Reborn. Transformations of Proteus. Myth of the Eternal Return. The Dance of Shiva. The Ever-Resurrecting Sun. The Return of the Gods
3. THE RELIGIOUS VIEW–EAST AND WEST
Hindu. Buddhist. Taoist. Egyptian. Persian. Jewish. Early Christian. Islamic. Later Christian
4. REINCARNATION AMONG THE EARLY RACES
Fresh Approaches to “Primitive” Man. Africans. Australians. Pacific Islanders and East Indians. Tribes of the Americas. Ancient Europeans
5. THE WESTERN TRADITION
Greek and Roman Heritage. The Middle Ages. Renaissance and Reformation. Age of Shakespeare. Eighteenth-Century Enlightenment. Eastern and Transcendental Influences in the Nineteenth Century. Twentieth Century–Age of Transition. Stories of “Remembrances” of Past Lives
6. NEW HORIZONS IN SCIENCE, PSYCHOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY
The World of Scientists. Psychologists and Doctors of the Mind. The Philosopher Looks at Rebirth
7. THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT AND THE REINCARNATION RENAISSANCE
The Theosophical Movement and its Founders. The Teaching and Program that sparked the Revival

A FINAL GATHERING OF EAST AND WEST
NOTES
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INDEX
A FINAL GATHERING OF EAST AND WEST
NOTES
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INDEX
A FINAL GATHERING OF EAST AND WEST
NOTES
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INDEX
A FINAL GATHERING OF EAST AND WEST
NOTES
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INDEX
A FINAL GATHERING OF EAST AND WEST
NOTES
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INDEX

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