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   Abrahams, Ralph
   Alexander, F. M.
   Anderson, Tenshin Reb
   Arguelles, Jose and Miriam
   Armstrong, Ann and Jim
   Arrien, Angeles
   Banyacya, Thomas
   Bateson, Gregory
   Bennett, J. G.
   Bergman, Bob
   Blofeld, John
   Bly, Robert
   Bradbury, Ray
   Brown, Malcolm
   Capra, Fritjof
   Commoner, Barry
   Condon, Thomas
   Cox, Harvey
   Cuevas-Barnett, Gloria
   El-Sarhan, Adnan Mohammed
   Elgin, Duane
   Erickson, Carol
   Fadiman, James
   Fawel, Ghazi
   Feldenkrais, Moshe
   Fields, Rick
   Frankl, Viktor
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   Ginsberg, Allen
   Glassmzn Roshi, Bernard
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   Griffiths, Fr. Bede
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   Gurdjieff, G.I.
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Robert Bly, a poet, critic, translator, and minstrel, also leads workshops facilitating male discovery. His books include A Little Book on the Human Shadow, Iron John, and many published collections of his poetry.
Bly, Robert
Code Name Price Description  
00301 Bly, Robert
Six Powers Of Poetry
$11.95 Bly gives an in-depth discussion of American poetry. He explores its sources of energy, and the properties which poets use to bring words alive with meaning and beauty. - 1983 San Jose - One Audiotape
00302 Bly, Robert
Poetry East and West
$18.95 Using his own poetry and that of Kabir, Rilke, Ramone, Frost, Basho, Neruda, Vallejo and the ancient Taoists, Bly illuminates the idea of the unborn mind from the East and the idea of the It from Europe. - 1983 San Francisco - Two Audiotapes
00303 Bly, Robert
Fairy Tales
$18.95 Bly narrates for us the original Russian form of Cinderella , which may have been written 5-6,000 years ago, and the Norwegian tale of The Bear King of Alemond. Using these fairy tales he works with ancient themes of man and woman. - 1982 San Francisco - Two Audiotapes
00304 Bly, Robert
At The Zen Center
$18.95 There is incredible power in the voice - in a poetry reading, the voice is a tangible thing that vibrates and radiates into the body of the listener - 1983 San Francisco - Two Audiotapes
00305 Bly, Robert
Poetry Reading: Ancient Tradition
$18.95 Bly tells us that for the African, a poem is not finished until it is delivered orally. In both Africa and Russian there is an unbroken tradition of poetry reading. Bly carries on this tradition in America. - 1983 Monterey - Two Audiotapes
00306 Bly, Robert
Thoughts On Art Of Poetry
$18.95 Bly relates what it is like to be a poet and struggle with the art of poetry. - 1982 San Francisco - Two Audiotapes
00307 Bly, Robert
An Evening At Esalen
$18.95 An enjoyable evening full of Bly's reverence and irreverence for life with poetry reading and story telling. - 1982 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
00308 Bly, Robert
What The Shadow Knows
$11.95 Bly says that as children, we tried to figure out what everyone else wanted and abandoned our selves. In doing that, the self was deeply betrayed. Then we spend the rest of our lives trying to regain our shadow. (Taken from FACES OF THE ENEMY CONFERENCE -entire conference available) - 1983 San Francisco - One Audiotape
00309 Bly, Robert and Angeles Arrien
Love In The Western World
$56.95 Anthropologist Arrien and poet/minstrel Bly give male and female perspectives on the conceptual origins of romantic love. They discuss its continuing influence on relationships today by examining poetry, legends, myth, music and the symbols of love. - 1984 San Francisco - Six Audiotapes