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by Karen A. Anderson
Winner 2018 International Book Awards - Pets/Animals
Finalist 2018 International Book Awards - New Age Finalist
2018 International Book Awards - Spirituality
Finalist 2018 International Book Awards - Best Cover Design Non-Fiction
Silver Medal Winner - 2017 Nautilus Book Awards
5-Star Review from Readers Favorite Book Reviews
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by Jasmynne ShayeStill Standing is a collection of original poems and essays written by Jasmynne Shaye. The poems read like private diary entries as each speaks to a specific, intimate moment that she experienced. Each poem is then followed by an encouraging, thought-provoking essay inspired by the poem it stands with. It’s an easy read that’s filled with emotion, gratitude, pain, and triumph. Jasmynne Shaye's message is simple: you may get knocked down, but what matters most is that you’re still standing at th... more
by Jasmynne-Shaye RobbinsThe Golden Penny is a unique journey of self-discovery, self-reflection, and personal growth. It's a book that one cannot passively peruse as it requires the reader to take action and it holds the reader accountable for those actions taken (or not taken). It is a book designed to allow you to get to know you on a deeper, more intimate level.
by Jerry WeaverAddiction to Recovery, what I have discovered along my journey towards Sobriety. Addiction wants to deceive us to where we are isolated from everything that makes our lives worth living until it eventually destroys us. How can we bounce back from living that life? One day at a time.
by Lea Colleens'Are you happy?' is a guide on how to earn Happiness. It offers a clear and practical definition of what Happiness is and also lays out the recipe to achieve it. Engaging and easy to digest, it describes how the human brain works and how we need to train and use it in order to maximize happiness and help us find our own unique path.
by Patricia Avant114 word search puzzles built on, 114 of the best quotes from the book -The Science of Getting Rich-Includes the original text and a answer grid for each puzzle.
by Peter Jennings"Why Being Happy Matters" is a game changer: a compelling book that presents author Peter Jennings showcasing 37 inspirational people from Canada, the U.S., Europe, Asia and Australia. Each shares with Jennings what happiness means to them, how it improves their outlook, adds value to their days and enhances their peace of mind. The author also talks with several Ph.D.s who reveal why being happy is so important in a world often influenced by unhappy events along with heightened levels of stres... more
by christopher taylorIt is a story of my journey of self-discovery, healing with sacred plants and the power of conscious dreaming, and my battle with cancer. I write about my travels in Peru to Machu Picchu and the Amazon to work with sacred plants and my studies with a shaman in the art of conscious dreaming in Mexico. I hope you find it inspirational.
by Justin KeyWhen you realize that everything you have ever wanted in life is achievable just by the changing the way you think, the world will never look, feel or be the same. This new way of thinking and seeing the world will dictate the energy you put out and the new, exciting and motivating things that will now be even more attracted to you. Your circles will become more specialized and like-minded, the opportunities will become more abundant and specific and your contributions to the world will expand s... more
by George BradleyOf all the religions, creeds, and self-help manifestos the world has produced, most concentrate on how to achieve salvation in aspects other than the here-and-now, with our lives merely transitory testing grounds for a higher realm or our actions guided so that we maximize life in a state of 'enlightened hedonism,' consuming rapaciously but really achieving not much at all. But there's one philosophy that provides a concrete foundation for living well, for living 'a good life' in this world. ... more
by Orlando FernandezThis book is a collection of inspirational aphorisms that is meant to uplift the reader in the moment, and to share a mix of wisdom and understandings which show us that we should move forward with positivity to bring positive results into our lives, and that no matter what has occurred, there is always hope.
by Eve PicardThe book is split into two parts. Part I provides the fundamental principles as to why we do not live lives that match our potential (at least, not in all areas of our lives). It explains about conditioning, ego and the role that fear plays in blocking us from our potential/power/creative genius. Part II provides a series of 'Soul Hacks', which are self-coaching tools to identify where we are operating from ego/conditioning/fear and are not able to access our true potential and inner genius/con... more
by Michael BoyajianThe book helps you fight depression with Tibetan Buddhism in what amounts to a battle against yourself. Fighting depression is like fighting windmills, half the battle is against yourself and the author shows you how to use meditation to help with your regular medical treatment to overcome your illness.
by Katrina BlecherJourney into Health is an intriguing, upbeat book that employs hypnosis/meditation and other holistic healing methods as a conduit to self-healing. These techniques come from the author?s spirit guides, who were asked how to heal a particular medical or psychological issue. Readers are encouraged to employ the healing exercises described in the book. Journey into Health also introduces the reader to ways wherein they can meet their own loving, wise, powerful spirit guides. If you suffer from occ... more
by Daniel C. NelsonThis book is about the spiritual journey of two people, a father and his son, who found purpose and meaning in their lives through their individual episodes of suffering, their struggle to forgive, and their faith in the power of prayer. As Daniel journeys with his son Christopher during the fi nal weeks of his short life, he acknowledges the profound spiritual learning that he experiences as he witnesses the courageous and truly Christian behavior of his son. The experience is so utterly powerf... more
by Frank LeeChina is one of the world's oldest and richest continuous culture countries. Along with the rapid expansion of Chinese politics, economy, and other fields, China has acquired hold of balance in international affairs. Mandarin is the national language of China. Practical Mandarin Conversation is a book that contains only 20 topics which focuses on the teaching and learning materials of Chinese language and culture. The features of this book are: 1, Each Chinese character is marked with Chinese Pi... more