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Act of Consciousness by Adamus Saint-Germain

Title Act of Consciousness
Author Adamus Saint-Germain
Publisher Crimson Circle Press
Release 2015-03-20
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 150
ISBN 1508902402
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Life is an act. We act like humans, and therefore we experience like humans with a litany of limitations, shortcomings and drama that mask our underlying angelic consciousness. It’s an unnatural act that we have come to accept as reality. In Act of Consciousness, Ascended Master Adamus Saint‐Germain begins by explaining the metaphysics of energy. He defines the difference between consciousness and energy and makes the clear point that we are beings of consciousness – not energy – and that the passion of our pure consciousness attracts energy from the unified field to manifest our reality. Adamus defines the four primary levels of energy including Core (soul), Crystalline, Cosmic and Earth while educating the reader about how the various levels are used by our consciousness to manifest our stage-of-life. Adamus implores the reader to act like a Master rather than acting like a less-than‐perfect human. This act will literally change the type of energy being attracted into the reader’s life, and therefore change the reality theatre one exists within. Some readers will question this approach saying, “It’s not real because it’s just an act,” to which Adamus will reply, “But everything in your life is just an act, so why not act like a prosperous, healthy and wise Master? This will change the theatre of your life, but the real question is, ‘Are you really ready for a substantial change, or are you just trying to tidy up your current stage?’” It’s a remarkably simple and effective approach to an otherwise mental and laborious process of becoming your full potential. Act of Consciousness will make you laugh, make you angry and make you question your old beliefs about how reality is created and experienced. By the time you read Saint-Germain’s last words you will cry a few tears of joy and relief to know that life is as easy as an Act of Consciousness. Saint-Germain had many notable past lives, including that of William Shakespeare and Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens). These lifetimes gave him an appreciation for the theatre, acting and story-telling. Book length: Approximately 30,000 words

Conscious Acts of Creation by William A. Tiller

Title Conscious Acts of Creation
Author William A. Tiller
Publisher William a Tiller
Release 2001
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 418
ISBN 9781929331055
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Time in Indian Philosophy a Collection of Essays
Author H. S. Prasad
Publisher South Asia Books
Release 1992
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 740
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A Classic Treatise On Hindu And Buddhist Philosophy Edited By Renowned Indologist.

Acts of Consciousness by Guy Saunders

Title Acts of Consciousness
Author Guy Saunders
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release 2014-05-22
Category Psychology
Total Pages
ISBN 1139952005
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Drawing on compelling material from research interviews with former hostages and political prisoners, Guy Saunders reworks three classic thought experiment stories: Parfit's 'Teleporter', Nagel's 'What is it like to be a bat?' and Jackson's 'Mary the colour scientist' to form a fresh look at the study of consciousness. By examining consciousness from a social psychology perspective, Saunders develops a 'cubist psychology of consciousness' through which he challenges the accepted wisdom of mainstream approaches by arguing that people can act freely. What makes 'cubist psychology' is both the many examples taken from different viewpoints and the multiple ways of looking at the key issues of person, mind and world. This is a unique and engaging book that will appeal to students and academics in the field of consciousness studies and other readers with an interest in consciousness.

Title Auslegung
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Release 1975
Category Philosophy
Total Pages
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Title The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy
Author Burt C. Hopkins
Publisher
Release 2001
Category Phenomenological psychology
Total Pages
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Provides an annual international forum for phenomenology and phenomenological philosophy in the spirit of edmund Husserl's work. This yearbook features a range of essays by these respected philosophers.

Title Phantasy Image Consciousness and Memory 1898 1925
Author Edmund Husserl
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2005-07-27
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 725
ISBN 9781402026416
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is the first English translation of Husserliana XXIII, the volume in the critical edition of Edmund Husserl's works that gathers together a rich array of posthumous texts on representational consciousness. The lectures and sketches comprising Husserliana XXIII come from a period of enormous productivity and pivotal development in Husserl's philosophical life, extending from the years immediately preceding the Logical Investigations (1900-01) almost to the time of his retirement in 1928. They make available the most profound and comprehensive Husserlian account of image consciousness-the awareness we have when we look at a picture or see a play-and of its relation to art and the aesthetic. They explore phantasy in depth, and furnish nuanced accounts of perception and memory. They enrich the Husserlian analysis of time consciousness and offer a fascinating picture of the sometimes tortuous paths Husserl took in his efforts to comprehend how the forms of representation are constituted and how they are related to one another and to perception. Phantasy, Image Consciousness, and Memory should prove to be an indispensable resource for Husserlian phenomenologists and for anyone else interested in thinking about these fundamental phenomena.

Consciousness and Mind by David M. Rosenthal

Title Consciousness and Mind
Author David M. Rosenthal
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2005
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 378
ISBN 0198236972
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This volume gathers together the work of David Rosenthal on the philosophical study of consciousness from the past 20 years and represents his theory of consciousness as higher-order thought. An introduction draws out the connections between the essays and highlights their implications.

Title The review of metaphysics
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Release 1956
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Title The Calcutta review
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Release 1955
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