Poetry Books by Mirabai

Mirabai Books, Mirabai poetry book Compassion in action Authors: Ram Dass, Mirabai Bush
Publisher: Harmony
Published Date: 1992-02-04
Categories: Philosophy
suffering. As His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, has said, "Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive."

Mirabai Books, Mirabai poetry book Julian of Norwich: The Showings Authors: Mirabai Starr
Publisher: Canterbury Press
Published Date: 2014-01-31
Categories: Religion
This is a fresh and contemporary rendering of one of the most loved and influential spiritual texts of all time. It brings alive the message and spirituality of this great 14th-century mystic to 21st century readers. At the age of 30, Julian of Norwich, a contemporary of Chaucer, was suffering a severe illness and believed she was on her deathbed. She had a series of intense visions of Jesus and recovered. Julian wrote down the narration of the visions shortly after they occurred and expanded on them 20 to 30 years later in what became the first book written in English by a woman. Her message remains strikingly relevant today: that failure is an opportunity to learn and grow that God's love has nothing to do with retribution and everything to do with compassionin spite of appearances, all is well.

Mirabai Books, Mirabai poetry book Samadhi Authors: Mirabai Devi
Publisher:
Published Date: 2010-12
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit
While in states of bliss, or Samadhi, Mirabai Devi experiences oneness with the Divine, which she terms Unity Consciousness. She has captured the insights and truths that have come to her during these enlightenment experiences in the form of short texts designed to by-pass the busy lower mind and awaken our deeper inner knowing. They are best pondered as meditations, allowing the truths to radiate within and take root.

Mirabai Books, Mirabai poetry book Our Lady of Guadalupe Authors: Mirabai Starr
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
Published Date: 2010-04
Categories: Religion
Our Lady of Guadalupe takes you to a time when a modest Aztec peasant had a vision of a radiant woman """"""""clothed in the sun."""""""" This divine presence began to emerge as a union between Mary of Christianity and the Mother Goddess of the native people. As her legend swept across the crumbling Aztec empire, she inspired millions of followers to peacefully embrace a changing world. Today, the beloved Lady of Guadalupe still acts as a benevolent, merciful force to help us rise above strife and violence. For those times when we are called to engage in compassionate yet decisive action, it is the force of the divine feminine embodied by Our Lady of Guadalupe that can guide our path. With poetry, prayers, and art gathered together by editor Mirabai Starr, Our Lady of Guadalupe gives you a powerful link to this blessed mother, and to the loving and righteous grace of her sacred energy.

Mirabai Books, Mirabai poetry book Buddhist Symbols Authors: Tatjana Blau, Mirabai Blau
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Published Date: 2003
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit
These 145 illustrated Tibetan Buddhist symbols, and the instructions for incorporating them into everyday life, will please the eye, mind, and soul. Gaze upon Buddhas and Bodhisattvas who exist for the benefit of all living beings. Also: mudras (sacred gestures), good luck symbols, ritual structures, and more.

Mirabai Books, Mirabai poetry book Showings of Julian of Norwich Authors: Mirabai Starr
Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing
Published Date: 2013-10-01
Categories: Religion
A fresh and contemporary translation of one of the best loved and influential mystical texts of all time, The Showings of Julian of Norwich brings the message and spirituality of this 14th century mystic to 21st century readers. Julian of Norwich, a contemporary of Geoffrey Chaucer, was an English anchoress in East Anglia. At the age of 30, suffering from a severe illness and believing she was on her deathbed, Julian had a series of intense visions of Jesus, which she recorded and then expanded on later in her life. Her message for today's readers is simply this: She reveals the feminine face of the Divine and reminds us to see God there. All our failings are an opportunity to learn and grow; that they should be honored, but not dwelled upon. God's love has nothing to do with love and retribution and everything to do with love and compassion. In spite of all appearances, all is well.



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Wherever the Catholic sun doth shine,
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