|Statement||by Mary E. Mannix.|
|Contributions||Ave Maria Press.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.M323 L|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||01027576|
Life in the Labyrinth contains a huge amount of guidance on navigating the greater situation that we find ourselves in, beyond the narrow band of our daily lives. As the author explains: "Unknowingly we voyage in a labyrinth, a macrodimensional maze of living electrical force, cloaked by a thick layer of ordinary life."/5(8). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Short stories. Description: pages ; 22 cm. Series Title: Indian writers series (Bhubaneswar, India). Gold penetrates the secrets of traditional esoteric practice--particularly alchemy, shamanism, and mysticism--and he presents techniques for expanded perception and attention that work in everyday contemporary life. Beyond introductory, the book is demanding in its vocabulary, its concept/5. The addition of Jim Henson's notes in the book was a fun little extra feature, it's interesting to read and gives the book a more 'behind the scenes' sort of feel. I like this book so much that I plan on purchasing a permanent clear cover to preserve it, as if I haven't tired of the movie for almost 30 years then I doubt I'd tire of this s:
Labyrinth: A Novel Based On The Jim Henson Film is the novelization of the film of the same name by ACH Smith, which was first published in the USA by Henry Holt to tie-in with the film's release in June A UK edition of the book was published by Virgin Books in . It was at the centre of that labyrinth that I stood with my candle in a small circle of women, welcoming It’s also no secret that I love metaphors. I’m a meaning-finder, and I love to wrap the complexity of life around the simplicity of a good metaphor. The labyrinth is a great metaphor for life. Here’s why 1. Through the partial eyes of her own niece, Anne Boleyn comes to life in "The Light in the Labyrinth". But it is death, not life, that pervades this book. "A raven cawed and wheeled in the sky above Kate Black wings beat amongst white human skulls.4/5(72). Choose updates about events, new arrivals, sales, and more. On Our Shelves. Browse the Labyrinth; New & Notable; Kids & Y.A. Browse All Sections.
Labyrinth, Turkish author Burhan Sönmez's fourth novel, translated by Ümit Hussein, is deeply concerned with how memory and the body — and the links between them — define us. Labyrinths is a collection of short stories and essays by the writer Jorge Luis Borges. It was translated into English, published soon after Borges won the International Publishers' Prize with Samuel Beckett. It includes, among other stories, "Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius", "The Garden of Forking Paths", and "The Library of Babel", three of Borges' most famous stories. The edition, published only in English, was . In The Labyrinth of ExilePawel restores the vital link between the myth of the founding father of Zionism and the human being and demonstrates that the reality of Herzl's life is much more complicated and far more interesting. Legendary and all too human, Herzl remains one /5(1). Life in the Labyrinth contains a huge amount of guidance on navigating the greater situation that we find ourselves in, beyond the narrow band of our daily lives. As the author explains: "Unknowingly we voyage in a labyrinth, a macrodimensional maze of living electrical force, cloaked by a thick layer of ordinary life.".