|Posted by twineaglespublishing on April 14, 2011 at 5:01 PM|
Highways of the Mind, republished by Twin Eagles, is now available from this location:
Originally published in 1987, this is one of Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki's most important books and compliments books like The Shining Paths very well.
Pathworking is a term given to a specific kind of guided visualization exercise in which the mind is projected into a series of situations and landscapes that can be viewed on a mental screen.
Tracing them from earliest cave paintings, through the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Bardic tradition and the story tellers of Ireland, she shows pathworkings to be part of a much greater structure in the make-up of man, pertaining to his hopes and dreams and his ability to make those dreams come true. Used with purpose and by trained minds, the pathworking becomes a series of controlled thought patterns -- and thought is the basis of creation.
If you don't have it in your library, get it today.