LIGHT: PARABOLA, VOLUME 26, NO. 2; SUMMER, 2001. Jacques Lusseyran, Huston Smith, Rama Devagupta, David Fideler, David Appelbaum.

LIGHT: PARABOLA, VOLUME 26, NO. 2; SUMMER, 2001.

New York: 2001. Paperback in very good condition. Item #11406

Contains "Mixing Matter and Energy" - Photographs by Walter Chappell; text by Riversong Chappell; "Tír na Sorcha" by Mara Freeman - The radiance of the Celtic Otherworld; "On the First Day" by Howard Schwartz - How things become visible; "Festivals of Fire and Flame" by Suzan Donleavy-Johnston - Celebrating the unity of opposites; "Prayer to the East" by Black Elk - The Oglala Sioux sweat lodge purification; "Recognition of Being" - An Interview with Georg Kuhlewind; "Amita Buddha's Radiant Life" - From the Sukhavativyuha Sutra; "Light Who Loves Her Sister Darkness" by Madronna Holden - Inanna's descent to the Underworld; "The Eye of the Beholder" by Christian Wertenbaker - Divinity and consciousness in tradition; "'The Most Noble of Phenomena'" by Otto von Simson - Lighting the Gothic cathedrals; "Luminous Alignments" by David Fideler - The harmonious life of the cosmos; "Beyond the Curtain" by Marvin Barrett - Luminescence in the near-death experience; "A Hidden Illumination" by Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson - The secret beginning of creation; "Kindling the Deepa" by Rama Devagupta - The Hindu celebration of light; "Divine Unity" by Titus Burckhardt - The use of form in Islam; "Visible Vessels" - Photograms by Susannah Hays; text by Jacques Lusseyran; "'The Initial Glimpse of Spirit'" - An interview with Huston Smith; 144 pages.

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