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Traveler's Guide to Damanhur The Amazing Northern Italian Eco-Society

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ISBN-10: 1556437617

ISBN-13: 9781556437618

Edition: 2009

Authors: Stambecco Pesco, Cinzia di Felice, Ape Soia, Pangolino Tulipano, Esperide Ananas

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Ecotourism, spa retreats, and spiritual travel are more popular than ever, catering to increasing numbers of travelers who want to learn and grow while vacationing. Damanhur, Italy’s famous center for art, culture, peace studies, and community building, is poised to become a major destination for such tourists.The Traveler’s Guide to Damanhuris divided into three parts, each focusing on a different aspect of visiting Damanhur and its renowned Temples of Humankind. Part one covers practical information on Damanhur and the essentials of traveling in the surrounding Piedmont region of Italy, including details on transportation, lodgings, places to visit, restaurants and wineries, shopping;…    
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Book details

List price: $20.00
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Publication date: 12/2/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.254
Language: English

Rounding out the guide are the personal story of author Stambecco Pesco, one of the first Damanhurians, and travel profiles and essays by friends of Damanhur—Massimo Introvigne, director of the Center for the Study of New Religions, anthropologist Richard Grossinger, and others. Esperide Ananas is Damanhur’s Communications Director. Stambecco Pesco is editor in chief of the community’s publishing house, Val Ra. Artist Cinzia di Felice is a well-known graphic novelist. Illustrators Ape Soia and Pangolino Tulipano collaborated on artistic projects for more than 20 years, including art for the Temples of Humankind. All live in Damanhur.

Traveling to Damanhur
What Is Damanhur?
The Founder of Damanhur
The Social and Spiritual Organization of the Damahurian Community
An Ecologically Sustainable Society
Social and Political Commitment
The Temples of Humankind
The Future of the Temples
The Synchronic Lines
The Music of Plants
Damjl Energy Circuits and the Open Temple
Damanhurian Spirituality
Damanhurian Philosophy
The Eight "Quesiti"
Programs for Visiting Damanhur and the Temples
Guided Tours of Damanhur
The ALMOA and ELA Programs: Stay in Damanhur for Three or Seven Days
Damanhurian Meditations
Festivals of Damanhur
The Rite of the Oracle of Damanhur
Spring, Summer, and Winter Festivals
Classes and Workshops
Contact the Intelligence of the Galaxy in the Temples of Humankind
How to Create a Successful Community
Summer School for Children
Healing and Other Alternative Therapies
Healing in Damanhur
The Atlantean Discipline of Selfica
Sel Et: The Selfica Laboratory at Damanhur Crea
House of Health: A Center for Integrated Medicines
FisioCrea Rehabilitation Center
The "Medicines" of the Damanhurian Tradition
Other Practitioners
Pre-Saint-Didier Spa
Kythera Day Spa
Staying on: Nucleos, Eco-homes, Eco-Villages, and Schools for Personal Growth
Living in a Nucleo Community
The Damanhur Family School (DFS): Awakening the Human Potential of Children
Olami, the Damanhur University
Travel Information
The Piedmont Region
Regional Attractions
The Magical City of Turin
Getting There
Facts for the Visitor
Information, Web Sites, and Maps
Communications
Opening Hours and Public Holidays
Currency: Italian and Damanhurian
First Aid and Health
Places in the Valchiusella Valley
Where to Stay
Recommended Restaurants
Shopping
Visiting the Cosmic Machine on Earth: Pages from the Travel Journal of Richard Grossinger
The History of Damanhur
My Story of Damanhur: An Introduction to the Comic Book Checkmate to Time
Checkmate to Time
A Fantastic Story and a Beautiful Comic: Q & A with Massimo Introvigne on Sharing Damanhur's Spiritual Vision
Recommended Reading
Acknowledgments
Contributors
Index