|Title:||The Fruitful Darkness: Reconnecting With the Body of the Earth|
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|Publisher:||Harper San Francisco; First Paperback Edition edition (May 1, 1994)|
4/2 20. Personal Name: Halifax, Joan. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The fruitful darkness : reconnecting with the body of the earth, Joan Halifax.
Publication date 1993. Topics Spiritual life, Shamanism, Spiritual life.
As has already been noted, Joan Halifax has done extensive work with the dying over her career. She speaks calmly, with authority. In a culture where death is an enemy to be ignored, denied, and hidden away, Joan physically touches the dying. Halifax, Joan (1993). The Fruitful Darkness: Reconnecting With the Body of the Earth.
The fruitful darkness. Reconnecting with the Body of the Earth. Halifax writes of these paths, and of how she's walked them, in loamy, para-poetic prose: & realization comes through the details of breath. Mountain appears in each step. Mountain then lives inside our bones, inside our heartdrum
The Fruitful Darkness book. How she weaves together Buddhism, elder culture worldviews, and nature-based traditions is brilliant, provocative, and utterly vital. We do suffer an existential crisis of severe disconnection, and The Fruitful Darkness paves the way for a close listen, communion, and a life lived as one. A must read for anyo Probably the most influential book I've read this year, if not to date
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Joan Jiko Halifax (born 1942) is a Zen Buddhist roshi, anthropologist, ecologist, civil rights activist, hospice caregiver, and the author of several books on Buddhism and spirituality . Halifax-roshi has received Dharma transmission from both Bernard Glassman and Thich Nhat Hanh, and previously studied under the Korean master Seung Sahn. She is founder of the Ojai Foundation in California, which she led from 1979 to 1989. p;referer brief results.
Joan Jiko Halifax (born July 30, 1942) is an American Zen Buddhist teacher, anthropologist, ecologist, civil rights activist, hospice caregiver, and the author of several books on Buddhism and spirituality. She currently serves as abbot and guiding teacher of Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, a Zen Peacemaker community which she founded in 1990. Halifax-roshi has received Dharma transmission from both Bernard Glassman and Thich Nhat Hanh, and previously studied with the Korean master Seung Sahn.
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