An Ancient Path: Talks on Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S.N. Goenka
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An Ancient Path : Talks on Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S.N. Goenka
Popular Features. New Releases. Description These lectures given by Dr. Paul Fleischman on Vipassana meditation as taught by S. Goenka, explore subjects such as mental health, mindfulness, and cultivating inner peace. They were given to diverse audiences across the world in locations including Boston, Dublin, Madrid, and Vienna. The collection is a valuable introduction to Vipassana meditation, as well as an inspiring resource for those who are already practicing.
About Paul R. And aromatic, filled with scents that are seductive, enticing, or revolting. Many of the components of Habitat life are like ours to an amusing degree, such as cheerily insane TV commercials and a heavily merchandised cartoon super hero named Captain Habitat.
However, the injustices of Habitat existence, which mirror US history, give depth and meaning to the storyline. Lenore is determined to help flatten these slanted legalities and win for herself and others the right to leave Habitat to live freely wherever they choose. It is this sense of justice that compels her to stop the killer.
Fire Baptized wins 4 stars from me. Well done! Kenya Wright's debut novel is a refreshing breath of air that will suck you into Lanore's world with each turn of the page. Lanore Vesta is a Mixie or a Mixbreed. She lives in the shady part of town with her childhood best friend and survives each day by avoiding the Pureblood who detest the the existence of mixed Supernaturals. Her days of laying low come to an end when she witnesses the murder right in her neighborhood. I loved the creativity and originality of this book!
Wright creates a complex world full of social inequality, conflict and jargon. In a world where Mixbreeds are considered second class citizens with their own bathrooms and everything Lanore is one of the faces of a group that fights for Mixie rights. The thought of a killer targeting Lanore is thrilling enough and gruesome! The characters are all strong, independent and fabulous creations. Lanore is a great heroine who knows when to fight battles and when to back down. She is strong, loyal to her friends, a fighter for Mixbreed rights and she can set people on fire, what's not to love?
Kenya also introduces her audience to a variety of secondary characters who are just as interesting as the front runners. We follow Lanore are she dances her way through vampire galas and we watch her struggle to communicate with Rebel Shifters.
While I am not the biggest fan of love triangles, I felt myself really struggling to pick who I wanted to be with Lanore and I stand by my decision! For a debut author, Kenya' writing style is well polished. The story is told from the perspective of Lanore Vesta and Kenya does a great job of making her both likeable and seem very real.
Overall, this exciting first installment of the Habitat series is everything a novel should have: a thrilling mystery, a likeable set of characters with a world so vast that I just need to know more. Kenya Wright urban fantasy novel will be an instant favorite for fans of the genre! Say hello to your new favourite fantasy series. Human beings force supernatural creatures to live in a caged city known as the Habitat. There are all kinds of beings here - shape shifters, vampires, witches and tons more.
Each is branded with a mark according to their species, but Lanore has an x brand - meaning mix breed. Mix breeds are treated like second class citizens, inferior in every way. On her way home from classes Lanore is the witness to a vicious murder. The killer knows who she is, and she fears she might be next in his killing spree.
With the help of her ex-boyfriend MeShack and the leader of the organisation fighting for mixed breed rights, she must find the killer before he finds her. As soon as I read the synopsis for Fire Baptized I was desperate to read it. It sounded fantastic, and it absolutely is.
Let's start with the world building, which is wonderful. Not only is there a whole host of different beings that Wright describes in very vivid and realistic ways, she has also created a whole back story and rich history for each of the species. I loved the rebels and the fighting for supernatural rights. It was an immensely detailed and fantastically written book. The characters are dark, and extremely interesting. There's Lanore herself, who's part fairy and part demon. All she wants is to make it through her classes, and be treated like everyone else.
She's not perfect - she sometimes makes mistakes, but she's a really great character. MeShack is a shifter, a somewhat arrogant one but both feel like very realistic characters, even with their supernatural powers. The thing that really struck me was that often when you read books in this fantasy genre they are so over the top that they don't really feel believable. It's definitely not the case with Fire Baptized. If supernatural beings appeared on the planet tomorrow, caging them and shunning them is exactly what we'd probably do.follow
An Ancient Path: Talks on Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S.N. Goenka by Paul R. Fleischman
I really enjoyed the book because it was so easy to dive right into the world. The plot is really addictive, and definitely keeps you guessing. I think it's often hard to keep readers guessing, but I was still trying to work things out with Fire Baptized.
It's dark and gritty, there's lots of horror and lots of violence. The habitat is a violent place, and everyone is striving for survival. The violent scenes are very intense, but they really draw you into the action.