Sanarse y ayudar a sanar

Satya
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Existen actitudes y expresiones que abren ‘puertas’ a dimensiones inimaginables, indescriptibles y, al mismo tiempo, cierran ‘puertas’ a todo aquello que crea dificultad y sufrimiento. Es por ello que se definen ‘Llaves de Luz’. Muchas de ellas están contenidas aquí.
La enfermedad psico-física-emocional es una expresión de disonancias presentes en el cuerpo, en el corazón y en el Alma.
Los Ángeles, con los mensajes aquí contenidos, donados a través de channeling, nos ayudan a aceptar con serenidad cada disonancia, a reconocer sus causas, a comprender su sentido, a descubrir nuestro ‘Sanador interior’.
Los Ángeles nos enseñan las ‘Recetas’ que llevan a la sanación, transforman, crean, permiten, nos reconcilian y hacen que vivamos como realmente deseamos. De esta manera descubrimos que:
“El Camino hacia la sanación es el Camino del Amor, dónde el corazón camina de la mano del Alma para aprender ‘volar’.”
El libro forma parte de la siguiente serie de libros que contienen las canalizaciones donadas por los Ángeles.
Con ellas los Ángeles nos ayudan a no sentirnos nunca más solos sino acompañados, amados y protegidos por Ellos; a aprender a dialogar con Ellos; a redescubrirnos a nosotros mismos y a nuestro Potencial Humano y Divino; a comprender los sentimientos, las emociones, las sensaciones que reinan en el corazón para hacer que sea un corazón ligero y alegre; a conocer el significado y el sentido de la vida; a vivir serenamente todas las relaciones; a sentirnos libres y a dejar ir a los demás en libertad, para vivir en armonía, en paz.
Estos libros pueden ayudarnos a recorrer un Camino de crecimiento y evolución.

1° libro: Tu mano en la Mía (2a edición)
2° libro: Estoy a tu lado
3° libro: Sanarse y ayudar a sanar
4° libro: Ayudar con la Luz y el Amor
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Satya
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Published on
Sep 18, 2015
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Pages
40989
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ISBN
9788893151078
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Language
Spanish
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Genres
Body, Mind & Spirit / Angels & Spirit Guides
Body, Mind & Spirit / Channeling & Mediumship
Body, Mind & Spirit / Healing / General
Body, Mind & Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth
Body, Mind & Spirit / Spirituality / General
Family & Relationships / Life Stages / General
Health & Fitness / Healing
Psychology / Developmental / General
Self-Help / Personal Growth / General
Self-Help / Spiritual
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Satya Nadella
“At the core, Hit Refresh, is about us humans and the unique quality we call empathy, which will become ever more valuable in a world where the torrent of technology will disrupt the status quo like never before.” – Satya Nadella from Hit Refresh

“Satya has charted a course for making the most of the opportunities created by technology while also facing up to the hard questions.” – Bill Gates from the Foreword of Hit Refresh

The New York Times bestseller Hit Refresh is about individual change, about the transformation happening inside of Microsoft and the technology that will soon impact all of our lives—the arrival of the most exciting and disruptive wave of technology humankind has experienced: artificial intelligence, mixed reality, and quantum computing. It’s about how people, organizations, and societies can and must transform and “hit refresh” in their persistent quest for new energy, new ideas, and continued relevance and renewal. 

Microsoft’s CEO tells the inside story of the company’s continuing transformation, tracing his own personal journey from a childhood in India to leading some of the most significant technological changes in the digital era. Satya Nadella explores a fascinating childhood before immigrating to the U.S. and how he learned to lead along the way. He then shares his meditations as a sitting CEO—one who is mostly unknown following the brainy Bill Gates and energetic Steve Ballmer. He tells the inside story of how a company rediscovered its soul—transforming everything from culture to their fiercely competitive landscape and industry partnerships. As much a humanist as engineer and executive, Nadella concludes with his vision for the coming wave of technology and by exploring the potential impact to society and delivering call to action for world leaders.

“Ideas excite me,” Nadella explains. “Empathy grounds and centers me.” Hit Refresh is a set of reflections, meditations, and recommendations presented as algorithms from a principled, deliberative leader searching for improvement—for himself, for a storied company, and for society.

Satya R. Chakravarty
“An indispensable reference for all researchers interested in the measurement of social welfare. . .”

—François Bourguignon, Emeritus Professor at Paris School of Economics, Former Chief Economist of the World Bank.

“. . .a detailed, insightful, and pedagogical presentation of the theoretical grounds of multidimensional well-being, inequality, and poverty measurement. Any student, researcher, and practitioner interested in the multidimensional approach should begin their journey into such a fascinating theme with this wonderful book.”

—François Maniquet, Professor, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.

A Review of the Multidimensional Approaches to the Measurement of Welfare, Inequality, and Poverty

Analyzing Multidimensional Well-Being: A Quantitative Approach offers a comprehensive approach to the measurement of well-being that includes characteristics such as income, health, literacy, and housing. The author presents a systematic comparison of the alternative approaches to the measurement of multidimensional welfare, inequality, poverty, and vulnerability. The text contains real-life applications of some multidimensional aggregations (most of which have been designed by international organizations such as the United Nations

Development Program and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) that help to judge the performance of a country in the various dimensions of well-being.

The text offers an evaluation of how well a society is doing with respect to achievements of all the individuals in the dimensions considered and clearly investigates how achievements in the dimensions can be evaluated from different perspectives. The author includes a detailed scrutiny of alternative techniques for setting weights to individual dimensional metrics and offers an extensive analysis into both the descriptive and welfare theoretical approaches to the concerned multi-attribute measurement and related issues. This important resource:

• Contains a synthesis of multidimensional welfare, inequality, poverty, and vulnerability analysis

• Examines aggregations of achievement levels in the concerned dimensions of well-being from various standpoints

• Shows how to measure poverty using panel data instead of restricting attention to a single period and when we have imprecise information on dimensional achievements

• Argues that multidimensional analysis is intrinsically different from marginal distributions-based analysis

Written for students, teachers, researchers, and scholars, Analyzing Multidimensional Well-Being: A Quantitative Approach puts the focus on various approaches to the measurementof the many aspects of well-being and quality of life.

Satya R. Chakravarty is a Professor of Economics at the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India. He is an Editor of Social Choice and Welfare and a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Economic Inequality.

Satya Shri
‘Religion is a tool in the hands of the oppressor against the oppressed solely because he frames the commandments and calls them the God’s’, is an apt description of the Hindu social order.

The book rips open the raw nerve of Hinduism—its invidious castes, positioned as a ‘God-ordained’ institution, commandeered by its freebooter priestly class while clandestinely establishing its religious, social and political hegemony through interpolation of its pristine and effulgent scriptures.

The author boldly analyses this imbroglio through a microscopic analysis of these and more related issues:

• How priests controlled the Hindu religious, social, educational and political apparatus?

• How the dominant priestly class fractured the society into mutually antagonistic subordinated hierarchical segments, and ruled it by reserving all elite jobs for itself?

• How the fiendish priesthood emasculated shudras by depriving them of the ‘shaastra and shastra’ (education and arms) and made them permanent ‘village servant classes’?

• How the pretensions of attaining siddhis through 'meditation and penances' established priests as the ‘gods on earth’ for their assertions of ‘purity and effulgence’?

• How ‘karma’, ‘reincarnation’ and ‘84-lakhs births’ theories were devised to justify fatalism and hierarchical gradation of varnas?

• Can India be rightfully called the ‘vishvaguru’ and the mother of all civilisations?

• How Buddhism effeminated Hindus and made them the doormats for the ruthless?

• Why Hindus had to abandon their own, to adop foreign institutions of governance?

• Why Hinduism should become a universal and proselytising faith and fight demographic challenges posed by Islam and Christianity?

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