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Going Deeper and Understanding the Theory of Emotion with Candace Perth
The Morals of Elain Pagel’s Writings on Gnostic Gospels
Candace Beebe Perth is an American neuroscientist and pharmacologist best known for her discovery of opiate receptors in the brain. A receptor is a molecule with an electrically active indentation into which a molecule with a matching shape will fit.
Unique Body Exercise: Soul Sweat Dancing with Chantal Pierrat
Elaine Pagels's career as an academic interested in religion has been highlighted by numerous publications and awards. An Episcopalian, Pagels was born on February 13, 1943, in Palo Alto, California, to William McKinley, a research biologist, and Louise Sophia van Druten Hiesey.
Michael Phillips’ The Seven Laws of Money in Your Life
Chantal Pierrat has received the NIA White Belt certification, and teaches Soul Sweat at the Alchemy of Movement Studio and RallySport Health and Fitness in Boulder, Colorado. Her classes reflect her extensive background and education in ballet, jazz, modern dance, and yoga, as well as her innate capacity to connect unabashedly with the transformative power of movement.
Reading Your Future Using Ordinary Playing Cards
Do it! Money will come when you are doing the right thing. The first law is the hardest for most people to accept and is the source of the most distress. The clearest translation of this in terms of personal advice is "go ahead and do what you want to do." Worry about your ability to do it and competence to do it, but certainly do not worry about the money.
The Magical Transformations of Shamanism with Daniel Pinchbeck
Shuffle the deck of playing cards while thinking of the question you have on the future, for example: “What kind of day will I have?” Split the deck in half using your left hand and put that half down. Place the other half that's in your right hand on top of it.
Helen Palmer’s Enneagram: A Guide to Discovering your Personality
Daniel Pinchbeck has written features for The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Wired, Harper's Bazaar, The Village Voice, Salon, and many other publications. He is one of the founders of Open City, an art and literary journal, and an independent book publisher. He was a 1999 - 2000 Fellow of the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University.
Helen Palmer's famous Enneagram contains the following personality type and meaning:
· The Perfectionist
1. They live with a powerful inner critic that monitors every thought, word, and deed;
2. They worry about getting things right and are unusually sensitive to criticism;
3. They strive for perfection and feel responsible;
4. "Perfectionists" also report a focus on being good and repress their impulses/desires for pleasure;
5. They can be rigid, overly controlled, seeing virtue as its own reward.