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Do your thoughts create your reality? Or is there something more? Do you know that 95 per cent of yourself is hidden from you? This title helps to discover how and why you create your reality from the 5 per cent you have access to! What would happen if you could access the other 95 per cent?


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The seventh sense operates outside the boundaries of the rational mind, the intuition, emotions, the five sensory reality and bypasses the brain. It is the realm of total knowledge and super function that exists in each human on a separate largely inaccessible parallel track, until NOW. As a result of an extraordinary breakthrough, for the first time this master key is available to any human. The master code of Human Super function has been decoded and radical new possibilities emerge for the expansion of human consciousness and an exponential enhancement of human creativity. The keyword for success and happiness in this troubled, complex yet wondrous 21st century will be Supercoherence. We are back in the Age of Wonder – are you ready for the adventure?

Erosion of Reality by Spatialisation and Digitalisation

Author : Pieter Brabers
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This book offers an innovative view of everyday reality. It clarifies how the spatial dimension of reality, as well as our personal and inter-personal perception and interaction with reality, aggravates human separateness at the expense of human connectedness. It shows how many urgent societal challenges are affected by an imbalance between spatial and the non-spatial aspects, and offers an analysis of the impoverishment of society, both in spatial terms (spatialisation) and in informational terms (digitalisation). Drawing on insights from quantum physics and depth psychology, it proposes an unorthodox view of the potential of humans, and of reality in itself, that was lost in this impoverishment. "I found this book hugely interesting, highly original and very well written. I haven’t come across these ideas presented in quite this way, and so the book could be considered a groundbreaking contribution" Dr Stephan Harding, Resident Ecologist Schumacher College, Author of 'Animate Earth'. "It rarely happens that we are invited by a scholarly text to look at reality in a basically different way than the one we are used to, at least in a way that is seductive and compelling at the same time. But this is precisely what the text of Pieter Brabers has done with me." Dr John Rijsman, Emeritus Professor of Social Psychology, Tilburg University.

The King s Journal

Author : Kgafela Kgafela II
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Welcome to The King’s Journal. Traditional leadership and the way of life in Africa have been destroyed by postcolonial republican society through an insidious program of political governance and foreign culture, which uses foreign law, foreign language, and black magic to suppress tradition. The King’s Journal is a unique exposé of African tradition written by an African king who has life experiences in both worlds of tradition on one hand and foreign law in the other. The journal is outstanding in its ability to explore the shadow side of law, tradition, and politics that has brought about a clash of cultures in Africa. The conflict of cultures highlighted is responsible for the present-day poverty and other forms of strife in postcolonial Africa. The journal offers deeper understanding of these salient dynamics of history and politics within black society in Southern Africa and traditional ceremonies, with special focus on the rituals of the royal leopard, the coronation of a king, magic and initiation schools—all presented from the horse’s mouth of an African king living the experiences. Book 1 is subtitled “From the Horse’s Mouth” to denote the firsthand nature of the stories told. It consists of several stories within one long narrative extracted from an ongoing journal—hence the main title “The King’s Journal.” The stories are, by themselves, a biography of the king, told in a conversational style in the form of letters to the reader. There is sure entertainment for everyone seeking cultural diversity and a new way of viewing life, be they game hunters, adventurers, horse lovers, lawyers, politicians, philosophers, traditionalists, occultists, shamans, religious people, and the royals of the world.

Intelligent Computing

Author : Kohei Arai
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This book is a comprehensive collection of chapters focusing on the core areas of computing and their further applications in the real world. Each chapter is a paper presented at the Computing Conference 2021 held on 15-16 July 2021. Computing 2021 attracted a total of 638 submissions which underwent a double-blind peer review process. Of those 638 submissions, 235 submissions have been selected to be included in this book. The goal of this conference is to give a platform to researchers with fundamental contributions and to be a premier venue for academic and industry practitioners to share new ideas and development experiences. We hope that readers find this volume interesting and valuable as it provides the state-of-the-art intelligent methods and techniques for solving real-world problems. We also expect that the conference and its publications is a trigger for further related research and technology improvements in this important subject. .

Pluralisms in Truth and Logic

Author : Jeremy Wyatt
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This edited volume brings together 18 state-of-the art essays on pluralism about truth and logic. Parts I and II are dedicated to respectively truth pluralism and logical pluralism, and Part III to their interconnections. Some contributors challenge pluralism, arguing that the nature of truth or logic is uniform. The majority of contributors, however, defend pluralism, articulate novel versions of the view, or contribute to fundamental debates internal to the pluralist camp. The volume will be of interest to truth theorists and philosophers of logic, as well as philosophers interested in relativism, contextualism, metaphysics, philosophy of language, semantics, paradox, epistemology, or normativity.

Literary Discourse

Author : László Halász
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Whole Systems Design

Author : Diana Claire Douglas
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Whole Systems Design: Inquiries in the Knowing Field is an open invitation and an inspiration for Innovators, System Designers, Leaders, Change Agents, and Constellators—anyone who wishes to live and work from a whole systems perspective. It is for people new to working with complex systems as well as for those who will enjoy engaging with its practitioners, its concepts, and its emerging history. It is a book of stories, conversations, and interviews, about finding ways to serve Life, to serve humanity, to serve the Whole, through a process which has been emerging through the author—Constellating for the Collective—a process that itself has emerged from Systemic Constellation Work and the Knowing Field. Whole Systems Design opens with the author’s journey, letting readers behind the curtain of facilitation. She describes the pragmatic steps and tools she has developed with deep dedication over many years. She includes a succinct description of the impact of this work on participants and for the Collective. Lively conversations with colleagues trace the collaboration and co-creation vital in this evolving field. Nine interviews with long-time facilitators and trainers of Constellation Work—who share their insights about Collective Constellation Work—provide a rich resource.

Siegener Periodicum zur internationalen empirischen Literaturwissenschaft

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Discourse and Literature

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Acknowledgements Introduction PART ONE 1. A basis for analysis: schema theory, its general principles, history and terminology Introduction Schema theory: general principles Examples demonstrating schemata in discourse processing Evidence for schemata World schemata and text schemata The origins of schema theory Bartlett's Remembering The eclipse of schema theory The revival of schema theory The terminology of schema theory Notes 2. A first bearing: discourse analysis and its limitations Introduction 'Text', 'context', and 'discourse' Acceptability above the sentence Cohesion The omission fallacy Meaning as encoding/decoding versus meaning as construction Pragmatic approaches and their capacity to characterize 'literariness' Macro-functions Discourse structure Discourse as process (and literature as conversation) Discourse as dialogue The 'post-scientific' approach Conclusion Notes 3. A second bearing: AI text theory and its limitations Introduction The computational and brain paradigms of language The constructivist principle One system of conceptual construction: conceptual dependency theory (CD) Problems for conceptual constructions A complex AI schema theory Conclusion Notes 4. Testing the AI approach. Two analyses: a 'literary' and a 'non-literary' text Introduction Text One: the opening of 'Crime and Punishment' (translation) Text Two: 'Every cloud has a Silver Lining' (advertisement) Conclusions from analyses Notes 5. A third bearing: literary theories from formalism to stylistics Introduction The rise of 'modern literary theory' Theories of pattern and deviation The formalist theory of defamiliarization Patterns in discourse: structures and structuralism Roman Jakobson's poetics Conclusion Notes 6. Incorporating the reader: two analyses combining stylistics and schema theory Introduction Text Three: 'Elizabeth Taylor's Passion' (advertisement) Text Four: 'First World War Poets' (poem) Incorporating the reader Notes PART TWO 7. Theory of discourse deviation: schema refreshment and cognitive change Introduction: the argument so far The need for schema change Prelude to the theory: earlier accounts of schema change A theory of literary discourse: schema refreshment and cognitive change A theory of literary discourse: discourse deviation Defamiliarization revisited Notes 8. Application of the theory: discourse deviation in three literary texts Introduction Text Five: 'The Tyger' Text Six: 'The Turn of the Screw' Text Seven: 'The Windhover' Conclusion Notes 9. What the theory means for literature teaching Appendix A: Grammatical notation: symbols and abbreviations Appendix B: Conceptual dependency (CD) and semantics Bibliography Index Acknowledgements Introduction PART ONE 1. A basis for analysis: schema theory, its general principles, history and terminology Introduction Schema theory: general principles Examples demonstrating schemata in discourse processing Evidence for schemata