What Is Biodynamics

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ISBN: 9780880109895
Release Date: 2005-11-01
Number of pages: 103
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: SteinerBooks

Download and read online What Is Biodynamics in PDF and EPUB "This edition has been edited by Marcia Merryman Means, who also wrote the short introductions before each lecture"--T.p. verso.


The Rice Diet Renewal A Healing 30 Day Program for Lasting Weight Loss

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Release Date: 2016-01-08
Number of pages: 166
Author: kevin duru
Publisher: kevin duru

Download and read online The Rice Diet Renewal A Healing 30 Day Program for Lasting Weight Loss in PDF and EPUB The Rice Diet Renewal: A Healing 30-Day Program for Lasting Weight Loss From the author of the New York Times bestselling The Rice Diet Solution-a practical 30-day plan for inner healing and lasting weight loss Since 1939, the world-renowned Rice Diet has been one of the most medically sound, effective, and sustainable weight loss programs, with 43% of participants maintaining their weight loss after six years. Now, building on the Rice Diet's success, The Rice Diet Renewal goes beyond what you eat to help you heal the roots of the emotional, mental, and spiritual underpinnings that often get in the way of achieving and maintaining weight loss. Gives you the framework you need to break down the psychological and behavioral barriers to sustainable weight loss Presents a scientifically based 4-step foundation for Cleansing Your Body, Healing Your Heart, Empowering Your Mind, and Connecting with Your Spirit Offers the latest science needed to transcend a limiting diet perspective, to a sustainable dieta, a way of life that promotes optimal weight and health Gives you practical, active tools to meet weight-loss and health goals, such as music therapy, journaling, creative exercises like dream boards and other deep healing therapeutic approaches including emotional freedom technique (EFT) Includes inspiring stories of ""Ricers"" who have found weight-loss success, sometimes after years of failure with traditional diets Provides a 4-week menu of seasonal, organic, local foods, naturally low in saturated fat, sodium, and sugar, empowering you with the desire for conscious consumption Going far deeper than diet, The Rice Diet Renewal empowers you to change the thoughts and beliefs that may have limited your weight-loss success in the past so that you can reach the weight, healing, and life goals you desire at last.


Radiation Protective Foods

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ISBN: 9781496930804
Release Date: 2014-11-06
Number of pages: 340
Author: Sara Shannon
Publisher: Author House

Download and read online Radiation Protective Foods in PDF and EPUB This is the 2014 revised edition of Radiation Protective Foods. This book describes the crucial problem of nuclear power and offers ways to shield yourself from the on-going ambient and post-Fukushima levels of radiation by the use of foods with protective properties. All is based on medical and scientific data with 30 pages of references, plus interviews with scientific experts. Radiation Protective Foods can be part of your health-enhancing tool kit to build your innate radiation protection through the wise selection of foods.


Integral Ecology

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ISBN: 9780834824461
Release Date: 2011-03-08
Number of pages: 832
Author: Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, Ph.D.
Publisher: Shambhala Publications

Download and read online Integral Ecology in PDF and EPUB Today there is a bewildering diversity of views on ecology and the natural environment. With more than two hundred distinct and valuable perspectives on the natural world—and with scientists, economists, ethicists, activists, philosophers, and others often taking completely different stances on the issues—how can we come to agreement to solve our toughest environmental problems? In response to this pressing need, Integral Ecology unites valuable insights from multiple perspectives into a comprehensive theoretical framework—one that can be put to use right now. The framework is based on Integral Theory, as well as Ken Wilber’s AQAL model, and is the result of over a decade of research exploring the myriad perspectives on ecology available to us today and their respective methodologies. Dozens of real-life applications and examples of this framework currently in use are examined, including three in-depth case studies: work with marine fisheries in Hawai’i, strategies of eco-activists to protect Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, and a study of community development in El Salvador. In addition, eighteen personal practices of transformation are provided for you to increase your own integral ecological awareness. Integral Ecology provides the most sophisticated application and extension of Integral Theory available today, and as such it serves as a template for any truly integral effort.


Sustainable Development of Organic Agriculture

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ISBN: 9781771884846
Release Date: 2017-01-06
Number of pages: 336
Author: Kimberly Etingoff
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Sustainable Development of Organic Agriculture in PDF and EPUB This important compilation presents an in-depth view spanning past values and practices, present understandings, and potential futures, and covering a range of concrete case studies on sustainable development of organic agriculture. The book explores the very different facets of organic and sustainable agriculture. Part I of this book delves into the ways that people have approached organic agriculture in sociological, scientific, and economic terms. Part II looks ahead to the future of organic agriculture, presenting opportunities for further progress. Part III consists of an extensive bibliography chronologically developing the progress of organic and sustainable agriculture over two thousand years. The book Studies the cultural dimension of organic consumption Presents how sustainable agriculture can reduce and mitigate the impact of climate change on crop production Looks at the impact of agriculture on both famine and rural poverty in an ecofriendly and socially inclusive manner Examines six of the oldest grain-crop-based organic comparison experiments in the US, looking at the environmental and economic outcomes from organic agroecosystems, to both producers and policymakers Reviews the role of experimentation and innovation in developing sustainable organic agriculture Looks at the challenges of organic farmers Discusses ways to ensure sustainability and resilience of farming Looks at ways to change the mindset of farmers especially in traditional farming communities Explores the development of organic and sustainable agriculture through more than 500 years, ending with the early twenty-first century. Altogether, the chapters provide a nuanced look at the development of organic and sustainable agriculture, with the conclusion that organic is not enough to be sustainable.


Decentering Biotechnology

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ISBN: 9781317154099
Release Date: 2016-04-08
Number of pages: 200
Author: Michael S. Carolan
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Decentering Biotechnology in PDF and EPUB Decentering Biotechnology explores the nature of technology, objects and patent law. Investigating the patenting of organic life and the manner in which artifacts of biotechnology are given their object-ive appearance, Carolan details the enrollment mechanisms that give biotechnology its momentum. Drawing on legal judgements and case studies, this fascinating book examines the nature of object-ification, as a thought and a thing, without which biotechnology, as it is done today, would not be possible. Unable to reject biotechnology per se, recognizing that such a rejection would essentialize the very object-ive categories shown to be manufactured, Carolan ultimately argues for doing biotechnology differently. A theoretically sophisticated analysis of the nature of objects and the role of technology as a form of life which shapes the social landscape, Decentering Biotechnology engages with questions of power, globalization, development, resistance, exclusion, and participation that arise from treating biological objects differently from conventional property forms. As such, it will appeal to social theorists, sociologists and philosophers, as well as scholars of law and science and technology studies.


Astrological Revolution

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ISBN: 9781584204510
Release Date: 2010-11-01
Number of pages: 254
Author: Powell, Robert
Publisher: SteinerBooks

Download and read online Astrological Revolution in PDF and EPUB Like the prostrate pilgrim on the front cover—with his head protruding through the vault of heaven to discern the working of the cosmos—humanity has for many centuries employed astrology to penetrate the mystery of the stars' relationship to human destiny. Based on decades of research into both astrological reincarnation and the history of astronomy/astrology, The Astrological Revolution unfolds this mystery. The reader is invited to call into question the basis of modern astrology. This basis, the tropical zodiac, emerged through Greek astronomers from what was originally a calendar dividing the year into twelve solar months. The fact that ninety-eight percent of Western astrologers use the tropical zodiac means that contemporary Western astrology is based on a calendar system that does not reflect the actual location of the planets against the background of the starry heavens. In other words, most astrologers in the West are practicing a form of astrology that no longer embodies the reality of the stars. What is needed to bring astrology (which means the "science of the stars") back into alignment with the stars in the heavens? The first step in an astrological revolution that leads to true astrology is to recognize the sidereal zodiac (sidereal meaning "related to the stars"). In antiquity, the Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Hindus used the sidereal zodiac, and today Hindu (Vedic) astrologers still use the sidereal zodiac. Based on recognition—through the newly discovered rules of astrological reincarnation, that the sidereal zodiac presents an authentic astrological zodiac—a new practice of astrology is possible that offers tools to reestablish a wisdom-filled astrology in the modern world. This new astrology, based on the sidereal zodiac, is similar to the classic sidereal form but in a modern form, as that practiced by the three magi, who—prompted by the stars—journeyed to Bethlehem two thousand years ago. Drawing on specific biographical examples, The Astrological Revolution reveals new understandings of how the starry heavens work into human destiny. For instance, the book demonstrates the newly discovered rules of astrological reincarnation through the previous incarnations of composer Franz Schubert and his patron Joseph von Spaun—respectively, the Sultan of Morocco, Abu Yusuf Ya'qub, and his erstwhile enemy, Alfonso X, the Castilian King known as "El Sabio" (the Learned), along with their sidereal horoscopes. Rudolf Steiner's biography is also considered in relation to the sidereal zodiac and the rules of astrological reincarnation. After reestablishing the sidereal zodiac as a basis for astrology that penetrates the mystery of the stars' relationship to human destiny, the reader is invited to discover the astrological significance of the totality of the vast sphere of stars surrounding the Earth. The Astrological Revolution points to the astrological significance of the entire celestial sphere, including all the stars and constellations beyond the twelve zodiacal signs. This discovery is revealed by studying the megastars, the most luminous stars of our galaxy, illustrating how megastars show up in an extraordinary way in Christ's healing miracles by aligning with the Sun at the time of those miraculous events. The Astrological Revolution thus offers a spiritual—yet scientific—path of building a new relationship to the stars.


Slow Life

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ISBN: 9789814217385
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 159
Author: Kate O'Brien
Publisher: Editions Didier Millet

Download and read online Slow Life in PDF and EPUB Full Of Practical Tips, Inspiring Case Studies, And Insightful Analysis, This Beautifully Illustrated Guide Reveals How Adopting The Slow Life Is Both Entirely Approachable And Utterly Essential.


Integrated Pest Management

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ISBN: 9780521875950
Release Date: 2009-01-01
Number of pages: 529
Author: Edward B. Radcliffe
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Integrated Pest Management in PDF and EPUB This textbook presents theory and concepts in integrated pest management, complemented by two award-winning websites covering more practical aspects.


Real Goods Solar Living Sourcebook

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ISBN: 9780865717848
Release Date: 2015-02-10
Number of pages: 528
Author: John Schaeffer
Publisher: New Society Publishers

Download and read online Real Goods Solar Living Sourcebook in PDF and EPUB The essential guide to energy independence – fully revised and updated


Performance in the Garden

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ISBN: UCSC:32106020255078
Release Date: 2008-05
Number of pages: 342
Author: Alan Chadwick
Publisher: Logosophia

Download and read online Performance in the Garden in PDF and EPUB This volume harvests 16 incredible, inspired, and practical talks given by Chadwick, the greatest horticulturist of the 20th century (E.M. Schumacher).


Earth Repair

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ISBN: 9780865717299
Release Date: 2013-06-25
Number of pages: 336
Author: Leila Darwish
Publisher: New Society Publishers

Download and read online Earth Repair in PDF and EPUB Details grassroots bioremediation techniques and strategies for transforming environmental despair into action, including the use of plants to extract toxins and fungi to clean contaminated water and soil.


Developing Biodynamic Agriculture

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ISBN: 1902636139
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 108
Author: Adalbert C. Keyserling
Publisher: Temple Lodge Publishing

Download and read online Developing Biodynamic Agriculture in PDF and EPUB Genetic manipulation, industrial methods of agricultural production and disregard for natural laws have all led in recent times to growing public concern about the safety of food. As a result, there is a corresponding growth of interest in organic methods of farming. Biodynamic agriculture, founded by Rudolf Steiner in the 1920s, is a further development of the organic approach, using special preparations - which work in harmony with cosmic and earthly forces - to enrich the soil and enliven food. Biodynamic agriculture was launched at a conference held on the Koberwitz estate in Germany. Adalbert Count Keyserlingk, the son of the hosts, was present, and this book reflects his life-long absorption in biodynamics. It presents a wide range of material, including the Count's personal experiences of Rudolf Steiner at work, his reflections on practical research and experimentation (including photographic documentation) and descriptions of biodynamic preparations.More than anything else, however, his words successfully convey the enthusiasm, the exalted feelings and the power of initiative that arose from Rudolf Steiner's work in this field: to found a method of farming which can provide nutritious and safe food for the future of humanity.


The Biodynamic Food Cookbook

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ISBN: 1905570015
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 255
Author: Wendy E. Cook
Publisher: CLAIRVIEW BOOKS

Download and read online The Biodynamic Food Cookbook in PDF and EPUB Illustrated with hundreds of color photographs, "The Biodynamic Food & Cookbook" explains the principles behind biodynamic methods and places it in the context of food and cooking through the ages. Included are supplementary sections on breads, sauces, salads, desserts, drinks, and much more.


Anthroposophische Leits tze

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ISBN: 3727402628
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 270
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher:

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