Pour une découverte facile du ciel étoilé: sous la forme pratique d'un dépliant cartonné de 4 pages, Stelvision 365 réunit une carte du ciel, et 3 pages de guide d'observation des merveilles du ciel. Cette 7ème édition reprend les éléments qui ont fait le succès des précédentes éditions depuis 2011 (plus de 60 000 exemplaires vendus), avec une mise à jour des positions des planètes et une modernisation de la maquette. En couverture, un disque rotatif donne l'aspect du ciel étoilé à toute date de l'année et toute heure de la nuit, pour la France métropolitaine, la Belgique, la Suisse, le Québec, et tout lieu de latitude comparable (40° à 55° de latitude Nord). A l'intérieur du dépliant, une page est consacrée aux planètes facilement repérables à l'oeil nu (Saturne, Jupiter, Mars, Vénus), avec des cartes dédiées permettant de les localiser pendant la période 2017-2020. Deux autres pages indiquent les principaux amas d'étoiles, nébuleuses et galaxies observables avec une simple paire de jumelles ou un petit télescope. Protégé par une pochette plastique, à emmener partout sous les étoiles !
The author argues in this book that the proscribing of certain types of humour may not be beneficial. Just as humour has its origins in the cursing of malign spirits, in the present age of political constraint we still need it for our health too.
The shamanic roots of Taoist practice • Explains the principles of the Taoist Medicine Wheel, including the Five Elements, the animals of the Chinese zodiac, and the trigrams of the I Ching • Includes exercises from the “Wheel of Love” to access the Tao of Ecstasy • Contains illustrated teaching stories about the Eight Immortals Thousands of years ago the immortals known as the Shining Ones shipwrecked on the Chinese coast. Passing their shamanic practices--such as ecstatic flight and how to find power animals and spirit guides--on to the indigenous people, they also taught them the wisdom of the Medicine Wheel. From the Taoist Medicine Wheel came the principles of Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, the Eight Forces, the Chinese zodiac, and the I Ching. The Taoist Medicine Wheel can also be found at the foundation of traditional Chinese medicine and the esoteric sexual practices of Taoist Alchemy. In the Taoist Shaman, Master Mantak Chia and Kris Deva North explain the shamanic principles of the Taoist Medicine Wheel, how it is oriented on the Five Elements rather than the Four Directions, how it relates to the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac and the trigrams of the I Ching, and how it aligns with the Eight Forces of the Pakua. Through illustrated teaching stories, the authors show how the energetic principles of each of the Eight Forces are reflected in the Eight Immortals. Revealing the wheel’s application to sacred sexuality, they offer exercises from the “Wheel of Love” to strengthen and deepen relationships as well as providing a means to access the Tao of Ecstasy.
Sky Atlas 2000 0 Companion
With a comprehensive guide to every deep sky object, this handy guide belongs on every astronomer's bookshelf.
Why My Son
Chris Breen’s book is of a dad’s mission in life to get his disabled son’s voice heard. Nathaniel’s disability has had so many life altering events it use to turn the family upside down. Now those events are every day life to the Breen Family. Dad kept notes over the years of medical and legal terms being used but in time it was his soul pouring out onto the pages in front of him. Chris’ bitterness and anger ran deep but he never lost the focus of his family and made the commitment of never giving up. The struggles of life will not stop coming, it is how we manage and recover from them makes us who we are today.
Thirty-four inspiring, thought-provoking, sometimes mind-boggling articles that will challenge the way you view the relationship between science and Torah. If you are ready to challenge your mind--and perhaps your preconceived notions--this book is for you! In handy, 'compact' (4 3/4' x 7 3/4') size.
A Visual Inventory
John Pawson's career as an architect and designer spans a variety of sizes and programs: from bowls to bridges, and monasteries to Calvin Klein stores. In addition to his acclaimed design work, he is the author of Phaidon's successful Minimum, a book that paired images and captions to illustrate the notion of simplicity in a beautiful and inspirational manner. Visual Inventory presents some of the images from Pawson's personal collection of over 200,000 digital snapshots. The book opens with an essay explaining the importance of photography as a tool for Pawson's work, and the images are set one per page with illuminating captions. Covering a huge range of subjects, the photographs form a remarkle body of reference material. Some of the images illustrate a particular idea out form, material or space; others reflect the author's interest in returning repeatedly to certain subjects, capturing the changes brought by different weather, light conditions, seasons and patterns of use. Each image has been chosen for the book because it is useful, offering a lesson in visual thinking. None of the photographs in the book have been cropped or altered; it is the selection, arrangement and captioning of the images that make this book unique, valule and attractive to any architect, designer, artist or student who wants to see the world around them with a stronger eye.
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