In this revised edition of Creative Intelligence and Self-Liberation: Korzybski, Non-Aristotelian Thinking and Enlightenment Ted Falconar has written a comprehensive new introduction and provided additional work on enlightenment and ...
Author: Ted Falconar
Publisher: Crown House Pub Limited
Aims to teach us to 'unlearn' the rigid patterns of thought that we are indoctrinated with and to escape the confines of memory, association and, most importantly, words. This book teaches how to regain our senses and return to that original world. It provides work on enlightenment and visualisation.
Written for teachers, trainers, therapists and principally the curious individual, this book enables us to achieve the main goal of existence, Self Liberation.
Author: Ted Falconar
Publisher: Crown House Publishing
Creative Intelligence extends Korzybski's concept of Nous by weaving into its fabric insights from Eastern philosophies. Introducing us to Realization (the seeing of reality) and Liberation (the aim of life), it teaches us, to 'unlearn' Aristotelian learning - that rigid pattern of thought that we are indoctrinated with from birth - and to escape the confines of memory, association and, most importantly, words. Reading this exposition of Nous, we learn how it even forms the basis of many aspects of NLP - that other radical system for re-thinking the self. We discover how Nous is vital to human progress - how it fuels invention and solves problems - and we realise its potential to overcome the distorted materialism that defines us. One of the most important studies of creativity ever written, Creative Intelligence guides us towards a state of pure creative intelligence, communicating the very secret of creativity. Written for teachers, trainers, therapists and principally the curious individual, this book enables us to achieve the main goal of existence' Self Liberation.
51 Cornell, J 136, 201 Covey, S R 49 Cowan, N 30 Creative Intelligence and Self Liberation 245 creative intelligence (CQ) 227 creativity 245—49 and storytelling/solo performance 247—49 Cronen, W 175, 242 Crosby, A 189,191,195 Crowder, ...
Author: John P. Wilson
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
Experiential Learning enables educators, trainers, coaches and facilitators to unleash some of the more potent ingredients of learning through experience. It presents a simple model: the Learning Combination Lock, which illustrates the wide range of factors that can be altered to enhance the learning experience. The theory is brought to life with hundreds of examples from around the world and covers issues such as: experience and intelligence; facilitation, good practice and ethics; learning environments; experiential learning activities; and working with the senses and emotions. Experiential Learning offers the skills that can be successfully applied to a variety of settings including management education, corporate training, team-building, youth-development work, counselling and therapy, schools and higher education and special needs training. This fully updated third edition includes guidance for coaches, cutting edge new material on sensory intelligence and updated models, tools and case studies throughout. Online supporting resources include 'Introduction to Sensory Intelligence' audio files.
Building Cultures of Creativity in Higher Education, University of Wales and the Higher Education Academy, Cardiff, ... London Falconar, T (2000) Creative Intelligence and Self Liberation, Crown House Publishing, Carmarthen Feilden, ...
Author: Colin Beard
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
In a fast-paced and innovative world, traditional training methods can no longer be relied on to improve performance, engagement or promote behavioural change. Experience-based learning, in which the experience is central to the learning process, is more affordable, appealing and effective than ever before. Experiential Learning combines in-depth theory with international case studies from companies including KidZania, Shell and the UK National Health Service (NHS) and numerous practical tools for developing and delivering learning experiences in both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. It presents a simple model, the Learning Combination Lock, which enables trainers, coaches, facilitators and educators to select the best strategies for their circumstances to maximize comprehension, knowledge retention and application. Essential reading for anyone designing and delivering learning experiences, it covers areas such as experiential learning activities, indoor and outdoor learning environments, creative learning, working with the senses and emotions to help promote learning, and reviewing and evaluating initiatives. In addition to featuring new international case studies and examples, this updated fourth edition of Experiential Learning contains new material on the mechanisms underpinning learning, mindfulness and wellbeing, experience and language and digital games and the design of multi-sensory experiences. Online supporting resources consist of audio files exploring sensory intelligence.
Creative Intelligence and Self - Liberation . Bancyfelin , Carmarthen , Wales : Crown House Publishing , 2000 : 55 . 6. Rohmann , Chris . A World of Ideas . New York : Ballantine Books , 1999 : 237 . 7. Tesla , quoted in Goswami ...
Author: Michael Wayne
Publisher: Ithink Books
Category: Health & Fitness
Is there an innate healing system within the body, capable of facilitating the healing process? And if so, what is the mechanism that triggers this potential? Many scientists, philosophers, healers, and spiritually minded people have asked these very same questions, and Dr. Michael Wayne has begun to address the answers. Although billions of dollars fuel the modern healthcare system, people are not getting healthier-the contrary seems to be the case. Modern medicine does not have a good track record with chronic ailments because these are more complicated, diverse, and unpredictable, and do not fit in with modern medicine's more linear approach that requires patterns that follow set rules. For this reason our current form of medicine has problems with many illnesses, even those as commonplace as the common cold.
(2006) Brunelleschi's mirror, Alberti's window, and Galileo's 'perspective tube'. História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos 13, no. 10: 151–79. Falconar, T (2007) Creative intelligence and self-liberation: Korzybski non-Aristotelian thinking ...
Author: Astrid Ensslin
Category: Social Science
This book aims to provide insights into how ‘second lives’ in the sense of virtual identities and communities are constructed textually, semiotically and discursively, specifically in the online environment Second Life and Massively Multiplayer Online Games such as World of Warcraft. The book’s philosophy is multi-disciplinary and its goal is to explore the question of how we as gamers and residents of virtual worlds construct alternative online realities in a variety of ways. Of particular significance to this endeavour are conceptions of the body in cyberspace and of spatiality, which manifests itself in ‘natural’ and built environments as well as the triad of space, place and landscape. The contributors’ disciplinary backgrounds include media, communication, cultural and literary studies, and they examine issues of reception and production, identity, community, gender, spatiality, natural and built environments using a plethora of methodological approaches ranging from theoretical and philosophical contemplation through social semiotics to corpus-based discourse analysis.
... for a rational kingdom that will address the failure or weakness of creative intelligence in Africa at the moment. Such creative intelligence (defined as applied reason) should be rooted in a notion of reason that is self-critical ...
Author: Justin Sands
Category: Electronic books
This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue "Transforming Encounters and Critical Reflection: African Thought, Critical Theory, and Liberation Theology in Dialogue" that was published in Religions
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... was a highly intelligent, creative person with a very charismatic personality. He saw his task as a guerilla war, empowering the legions of foot solders within the organisation to take up the instruments of personal liberation by ...
Author: Margot Cairnes
In the revised edition of this ground breaking book, Margot Cairnes explains that the way most businesspeople think is both outdated and obsolete. Not only does this destroy personal and business success, it is also emotionally and spiritually damaging. Cairnes, with her years of international leadership expertise, provides us with an alternative, enticing us to follow the call of our hearts – the call for personal wellbeing and ultimate success. This is a time of great opportunity for those with the courage to change their thinking and operating styles – by learning to develop new ways that are in tune with the new era. Margot carefully guides us on our journey with wisdom, compassion, intelligence, humour and practical commonsense. She discusses the political and personal traps we need to manage, and provides invaluable hints on how to support ourselves throughout our personal and professional lives. “Corporations today need both the ‘minds’ and the ‘hearts’ of their employees to succeed in the current marketplace. This timely well-written book emphasises the importance of this crucial integration in a brilliant manner.” Stephen R Covey Author of the international bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People “Powerful... gentle... cogent needed... These are the words I would use to describe Margot Cairnes’ book: Approaching the Corporate Heart. Ann Wilson Schaef PhD Author of Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much