PETER KINGSLEY Finding Our Ancient Wisdom

PETER KINGSLEY Finding Our Ancient Wisdom
English | Size: 800MB
Category: film

This film, an independent production by cameraman and film-maker Tom Tanquary, is an attempt to capture the flavor of Peter Kingsley’s work and of the timeless tradition he speaks for.

Based on footage recorded at an extraordinary four-day event with Peter at the Abode of the Message in New Lebanon, upstate New York, it includes interviews with several well-known figures  including Huston Smith, Pir Zia Inayat Khan, Gregory Shaw and Cynthia Bourgeault. The film can serve as a helpful introduction for those not already familiar with the general scope and significance of Peter Kingsley’s teaching. It also presents in visual form a simple point of access to some of the essential practices of this ancient tradition, such as incubation and the practice of “common sense.” [Read more…]

Amber Jayanti – Living the Tarot Applying Ancient Oracle to the Challenges of Modern Living

Amber Jayanti – Living the Tarot: Applying Ancient Oracle to the Challenges of Modern Living
English | Size: 303.33 MB
Category: Tarot / Oracle Cards

Amber Jayanti’s masterpiece of Tarot interpretation takes the Tarot out of the realms of the theoretical and mystical and makes it accessible as a tool for daily living. Used as a guide and companion, "Living the Tarot" reveals the practical applications of the Tarot. In addition, this book provides a wealth of references and insight, linking Tarot with Qabalah, mythology, astrology, numerology, magick, Buddhism, Hinduism and psychology. For advanced students and those who wish to take their studies further, "Living the Tarot" offers keys to using the Tarot as a path to enlightenment and a more profound understanding of all aspects of life. [Read more…]

James Kingsland – Siddhartha’s Brain Unlocking the Ancient Science of Enlightenment

James Kingsland – Siddhartha’s Brain Unlocking the Ancient Science of Enlightenment
English | Size: 398.29 MB
Category: Tutorial

A groundbreaking exploration of the "science of enlightenment", told through the lens of the journey of Siddhartha (better known as Buddha), by Guardian science editor James Kingsland.
In a lush grove on the banks of the Neranjara in Northern India – 400 years before the birth of Christ, when the foundations of Western science and philosophy were being laid by the great minds of ancient Greece – a prince turned ascetic wanderer sat beneath a fig tree. His name was Siddhartha Gautama, and he was discovering the astonishing capabilities of the human brain and the secrets of mental wellness and spiritual "enlightenment" – the foundation of Buddhism.
Framed by the historical journey and teachings of the Buddha, Siddhartha’s Brain shows how meditative and Buddhist practices anticipated the findings of modern neuroscience. [Read more…]

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