Hidden Heart of the Cosmos

First published in 1996, this book sought to answer the question: What does it mean to be human, to live on planet Earth, in the universe as it is now understood?

Hidden Heart of the Cosmos

Author: Brian Thomas Swimme

Publisher: Orbis Books

ISBN: 9781626983434

Page: 128

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First published in 1996, this book sought to answer the question: What does it mean to be human, to live on planet Earth, in the universe as it is now understood? Now, with a new introduction and the fresh perspective of more than twenty years of study, Swimme continues his quest to reveal the "new story" that is developing in response to this age-old question.

The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos

The author argues that recent scientific discoveries about the birth of the universe require us to replace outmoded ways of seeing the world, bridging the chasm between science and spirituality, the physical realm and the soul.

The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos

Author: Swimme, Brian Thomas

Publisher: Orbis Books

ISBN: 160833726X

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The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos

The author argues that recent scientific discoveries about the birth of the universe require us to replace outmoded ways of seeing the world, bridging the chasm between science and spirituality, the physical realm and the soul.

The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos

Author: Brian Swimme

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781570752810

Page: 115

View: 235

The author argues that recent scientific discoveries about the birth of the universe require us to replace outmoded ways of seeing the world, bridging the chasm between science and spirituality, the physical realm and the soul.

Developing Ecological Consciousness

Brian Swimme, The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos (Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1996). 6. Michael Seeds, Horizons: Exploring the Universe (Pacific Grove, ...

Developing Ecological Consciousness

Author: Christopher Uhl

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 0742576795

Page: 368

View: 910

This book offers an ecology-based, wonder-filled initiation to the Universe and the Planet Earth. It examines the ways in which humans are damaging the Earth and their own bodies and spirits. It also presents paradigms, values, and tools essential for both planetary and personal transformation.

The Archetypal Cosmos

Swimme, Hidden Heart of the Cosmos, pp. 85–86. Tarnas, Cosmos and Psyche, p. 90. Personalization, for Teilhard, seems to be roughly equivalent to a ...

The Archetypal Cosmos

Author: Keiron Le Grice

Publisher: Floris Books

ISBN: 0863158501

Page: 328

View: 939

The modern world is passing through a time of critical change on many levels: cultural, political, ecological and spiritual. We are witnessing the decline and dissolution of the old order, the tumult and uncertainty of a new birth. Against this background, there is an urgent need for a coherent framework of meaning to lead us beyond the growing fragmentation of culture, belief and personal identity. Keiron Le Grice argues that the developing insights of a new cosmology could provide this framework, helping us to discover an underlying order shaping our life experiences. In a compelling synthesis of the ideas of seminal thinkers from depth psychology and the new paradigm sciences, Le Grice positions the new discipline of archetypal astrology at the centre of an emerging world view that reunifies psyche and cosmos, spirituality and science, mythology and metaphysi, and enables us to see mythic gods, heroes and themes in a fresh light. He draws especially on the work of C. G. Jung, Joseph Campbell, Richard Tarnas, Fritjof Capra, David Bohm and Brian Swimme. Heralding a 'rediscovery of the gods' and the passage into a new spiritual era, The Archetypal Cosmos presents a new understanding of the role of myth and archetypal principles in our lives, one that could give a cosmic perspective and deeper meaning to our personal experiences.

Race and the Cosmos

The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos : Humanity and the New Story . Maryknoll , N.Y .: Orbis , 1996 . Swimme , Brian , and Thomas Berry .

Race and the Cosmos

Author: Barbara A. Holmes

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781563383779

Page: 188

View: 384

Argues that theoretical physics and cosmology can provide a key to overcoming race-related problems, explaining how they enable a means for discussing individual and communal quests for fulfillment beyond racial, ethnic, class, and sexual barriers. Original.

Cosmos Culture

The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos : Humanity and the New Story . Maryknoll , NY : Orbis Books . Teilhard De Chardin , Pierre . 1955. The Phenomenon of Man .

Cosmos   Culture

Author: Steven J. Dick

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 602

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Darwin Divinity and the Dance of the Cosmos

The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos: Humanity and the New Story. Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 1996. The Universe Isa GreenDragon:A Cosmic Creation Story.

Darwin  Divinity  and the Dance of the Cosmos

Author: Bruce Sanguin

Publisher: Wood Lake Publishing Inc.

ISBN: 1551455455

Page: 288

View: 523

In March 2005, the United Nations released its Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Among the findings: 2/3 of the world's ecosystems are seriously degraded; 90 percent of the world's fish stocks are depleted; and climate change is not just something that might happen, it is already upon us. Many people, including many Christians, will hear this and delude themselves into thinking that technology can and will save the day. A wiser and more helpful response, especially for Christians, is to find a way to step back into the flow of nature from which we have extricated ourselves. In "Darwin, Divinity, and the Dance of the Cosmos", Bruce Sanguin shows us the way. Sanguin draws on the latest scientific understandings of the nature of the universe and weaves them together with biblical meta-narratives and frequently overlooked strands of the Judeo-Christian tradition to create an ecological and truly evolutionary Christian theology -- a feat few theologians have even attempted. This book -- and more importantly the work of integration it suggests -- represents a fundamental challenge to our theological and liturgical models. But for those who are ready and willing to embark on an exciting theological journey of discovery, it also represents a rich opportunity to become reacquainted with the Spirit of God moving in and through the very dynamics of an unfolding universe. In "Darwin, Divinity, and the Dance of the Cosmos", Sanguin draws on the latest scientific understandings of the nature of the universe and weaves them together with biblical meta-narratives and frequently overlooked strands of the Judeo-Christian tradition to create an ecological and truly evolutionary Christian theology.

Cosmos Culture Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context

The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos: Humanity and the New Story. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books. Teilhard De Chardin, Pierre. 1955. The Phenomenon of Man.

Cosmos   Culture  Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context

Author: Steven J. Dick

Publisher: Government Printing Office

ISBN: 0160897416

Page: 612

View: 292

NOTE: NO FURTHER DISCOUNT FOR THIS PRINT PRODUCT--OVERSTOCK SALE -- Significantly reduced list price During the last 50 years, coincident with the Space Age, cosmic evolution has been recognized as the master narrative of the universe, history writ large. Cosmic evolution includes physical, biological, and cultural evolution, and of these the latter is by far the most rapid. In this volume, authors with diverse backgrounds in science, history, anthropology, and more, consider culture in the context of the cosmos. How does our knowledge of cosmic evolution affect terrestrial culture? Conversely, how does our knowledge of cultural evolution affect our thinking about possible cultures in the cosmos? Are life, mind, and culture of fundamental significance to the grand story of the cosmos that has generated its own self-understanding through science, rational reasoning, and mathematics? Might this lead to cultural evolution on a large enough scale to allow the universe to both create and steer itself toward its own destiny? Related products: NASA's First 50 Years: Historical Perspectives; NASA 50 Anniversary Proceedings can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/033-000-01336-1 Bringing the Future Within Reach: Celebrating 75 Years of the NASA John H. Glenn Research Center, 1941-2016 can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/033-000-01377-9 Other products produced by National Aerounautics and Space Administration (NASA) can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/agency/550

Cosmosophia

Clement of Alexandria and the Secret Gospel of Mark. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ... The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos: Humanity and the New Story.

Cosmosophia

Author: Theodore Richards

Publisher: Hiraeth Press

ISBN: 0979924685

Page: 350

View: 674

"Richards writes skillfully and soulfully about the most pressing issues of our times, and the deeper crisis out of which they have emerged. Drawing from a vast trove of knowledge about the world's religious, mystical, and philosophical traditions, he extracts the most valuable gems, polishes them with the revolutionary insights of modern science, and forges a radiant, new cosmosophy--a universal wisdom that honors the wisdom of the universe. The beauty of this mythos is that it, like the cosmos, is not static but dynamic, inviting our active participation and imaginative engagement.This book succeeds in instilling reverence for a living universe and hope for a dying planet. May Cosmosophia blossom and flourish in the hearts of all beings!" --Darrin Drda, author of The Four Global Truths

Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos

Dealing with the ultimate questions of life's origins, this study examines the pride, passion, and courage of the cosmological scientists who explore the origins, stucture, and fate of the universe

Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos

Author: Dennis Overbye

Publisher: Harpercollins

ISBN:

Page: 438

View: 362

Dealing with the ultimate questions of life's origins, this study examines the pride, passion, and courage of the cosmological scientists who explore the origins, stucture, and fate of the universe

The Way of Wisdom

Brian Swimme, The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos, Maryknoll, New York, Orbis Books, 1996. 2. Teilhard de Chardin, 'On the Probable Existence Ahead', 1950, ...

The Way of Wisdom

Author: Margaret Silf

Publisher: Lion Books

ISBN: 0745957528

Page: 208

View: 393

Wisdom for life's journey from around the world

The Fascinated God

He does the same in “ The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos ” , changing " quantum vacuum ” to “ all nourishing abyss ” to avoid connotations from the normal use ...

The Fascinated God

Author: Robert E. Zinser

Publisher: Robert Zinser

ISBN: 9781410768452

Page: 652

View: 222

I loved her inasmuch as day one and when day two came I married her, on day three she made me a gallant father to three beautiful kids. On day four we sat on our porch and watch our grand children play hide and seek. When day fi ve arrived she planted a kiss on my lips before she fl oated up the sky. On day fi ve and a quarter my heart could no longer exist a second without saliva from a soul mate, when day fi ve and a half and seven seconds came, I accepted her hands for a prom dance in heaven.. Now every morning we lay under our fi rst date bridge with anticipation we watch legend sun rise with a kiss.

Pulse

408 “advertisements are where our children”: From the physicist Brian Swimme's book The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos, cited in Meadows, “Spiritual Wonder No ...

Pulse

Author: Robert Frenay

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN: 1429934905

Page: 576

View: 498

Pulse is not about dance music, not about heart rates—and not about electromagnetic fields. What it does describe is a sea change in human affairs, a vast and fundamental shift that is about to transform every aspect of our lives. Written in lively prose for lay readers, Pulse shows how ideas that have shaped Western science, industry, and culture for centuries are being displaced by the rapid and dramatic rise of a "new biology"—by human systems and machines that work like living things. In Pulse, Robert Frenay details the coming world of • emotional computers • ships that swim like fish • hard, soft, and wet artificial life • money that mimics the energy flows in nature • evolution at warp speed And these are not blue-sky dreams. By using hundreds of vivid and concrete examples of cutting-edge work, Frenay showcases the brilliant innovations and often colorful personalities now giving birth to a radical new future. Along the way, he also offers thoughtful conclusions on the promises—and dangers—of our transformation to the next great phase of "human cultural evolution."

At Home in the Cosmos

Of Related Interest The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos Humanity and the New Story Brian Swimme ISBN 1-57075-281-8, paperback "A much-needed, concise, ...

At Home in the Cosmos

Author: David Toolan

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 257

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The author brings science and spirituality together to reveal a universe with Christ at the center, and an environment caught in the balance.

Cultivating an Ecological Conscience

Lynn Margulis and Dorion Sagan, Microcosmos: Four Billion Years of Microbial ... Brian Swimme, The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos: Humanity and the New Story ...

Cultivating an Ecological Conscience

Author: Frederick L. Kirschenmann

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 0813139589

Page: 422

View: 115

“[A] superb collection of essays . . . one of the wisest, sanest, most practical, and most trusted voices in the movement to reform the American food system.” —Michael Pollan, #1 New York Times-bestselling author of This is Your Mind on Plants Theologian, academic, and third-generation organic farmer Frederick L. Kirschenmann is a celebrated agricultural thinker who has tirelessly promoted the principles of sustainability for three decades. Cultivating an Ecological Conscience documents Kirschenmann’s evolution and his lifelong contributions to the new agrarianism in a collection of his greatest writings on farming, philosophy, and sustainability. Working closely with agricultural economist and editor Constance L. Falk, Kirschenmann recounts his intellectual and spiritual journey. In a unique blend of personal history, philosophical discourse, spiritual ruminations, and practical advice, Kirschenmann interweaves his insights with discussion of contemporary agrarian topics. This collection serves as an invaluable resource to agrarian scholars and introduces readers to an agricultural pioneer whose work has profoundly influenced modern thinking about food. “We’re past the moment when agriculture was something we could forget about?in a warming world, there's no more crucial topic, and here's the short course in how to think about it!” —Bill McKibben, author of Falter

Consciousness V Catastrophe

RUMI, Jalaloddin, The Ruins of the Heart (trans. ... Cosmos A series of 12 videoed lectures 1990 –The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos: Humanity and the New Story ...

Consciousness V Catastrophe

Author: Gillian Ross

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1514494108

Page: 292

View: 221

"The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them." Albert Einstein. The current crises besetting humanity call for a revolution in consciousness and a mystical renaissance that will bring about a whole new story of what it means to be human. To this end, Consciousness v Catastrophe introduces the reader to the new philosophy of Evolutionary Spirituality. It is a philosophy that is engaging visionary scientists, philosophers and spiritual thinkers across the planet. They are forging a new understanding of evolution that honours science, reframes culture and radically updates spirituality. Evolutionary Spirituality celebrates the realization that the creative energy, that has driven the evolution of the universe for billions of years, is now becoming conscious of itself through us. It sees consciousness, not matter, as centre stage in the mystery that is evolution and reconnects us to the sacred dimension of existence. Above all, it helps to liberate us from the contracting concerns of ego, inspiring us to awaken our mystical and creative potential, and serve the bigger picture with humility, gratitude and a profound sense of our unique purpose. The first half of the book looks at the Big Picture of evolution- physical and cultural - and brings the reader into the revolutionary implications of seeing human consciousness as the emerging driving force of evolution replacing natural selection. The second half explores the new story of Evolutionary Spirituality, including its compatibility with contemporary scientific knowledge and the possibilities for consciousness that can be gleaned from the spiritual wisdom of mystics from all times and traditions. With the help of profound quotations and website references, the book aims to inspire the reader to explore the teachings of many of the most prominent evolutionaries who, in their writings and in online conversations and courses, are promoting the consciousness revolution across the planet.

Missing Mary

But The Mother of the Immaculate Heart is a wild one . ... BRIAN SWIMME , Ph.D. , author of The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos z Jacket design by David ...

Missing Mary

Author: Charlene Spretnak

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781403963987

Page: 280

View: 175

Describes the resurgence of Marian spirituality in the church, offers reflections on the meaning of Mary, and covers how Mary's role in the church was minimized after Vatican II.

Writing and the Body in Motion

The Hidden Heart of the Cosmos. New York: Orbis, 1996. Van Fleet, James. Hidden Power: How to Unleash the Power of Your Subconscious Mind.

Writing and the Body in Motion

Author: Cheryl Pallant

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476631719

Page: 188

View: 256

 Based upon the author’s lifetime practices as a dancer, poet and teacher, this innovative approach to developing body awareness focuses on achieving self-discovery and well-being through movement, mindfulness and writing. Written from a holistic (rather than dualistic) view of the mind-body duality, discussion and exercises draw on dance, psychology, neuroscience and meditation to guide personal exploration and creative expression.