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by Heidi Farrelly
Do you find it hard to get excited about life? Are you irritable, struggling to escape negative thoughts, or overwhelmed by persistent sadness? These are all symptoms of low mood, an emotional state shared by millions of people globally. The good news is, it can be beaten!
Choosing Happy explores the science behind your sadness and includes the facts, hacks, and action steps you need to defeat low mood, and instil happiness in your life.
You CAN live an out... more
by Michael Benner"Fear is a doorway to understanding yourself better. The secret is to plumb the depth and breadth of your anxiety and confusion in relaxed levels of expanded awareness. Becoming more self-aware of your anxious feelings reveals the personal wisdom hidden within heartache and upset. "As we understand our self better, we become less alienated and more content — calmer, happier and more self-confident. Fewer random thoughts demand our attention. This or that occurs as this and that, and behavio... more
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by Mia Thomas
by Diane GoldnerFor Diane Goldner, what began as an investigative story for The New York Times, became a four-year pilgrimage into the thriving yet controversial world of energy healing in America. Her report, How People Heal, serves as both an introduction to this world, and an engrossing narrative featuring in-depth portraits of healers Barbara Brennan and Rosalyn Bruyere. Goldner spent hours alongside these spiritual and savvy women witnessing their healing work, while casting a critical eye at the business ... more
by Diane GoldnerJourney To Extraordinary Realms. In this gripping, candid memoir, Diane shares the story of her transformation from investigative journalist to energy healer, following a dramatic initiation by a realized master from India. Diane started investigating subtle energy healing as a skeptic. What she discovered changed her life. Now a healer and medical intuitive, she helps people around the country and internationally heal and uplift their lives. “I love this book. It's so inspiring," notes Christia... more
by Diane GoldnerHave you ever wanted to really heal? Diane Goldner takes you on a journey to release the deepest levels. Based on her 20 years of experience as a healer, Diane shows you how to access universal healing energies and awaken your own inner healer. With wisdom and love, she brings you into the inner sanctum of her healing room. She shares how to use subtle energy for any ailment—including cancer, heart disease, chronic illness, infertility, mystery illness, trauma, surgery, and other challenges—or s... more
by Diamante LavendarThis earthly plane offers much for us to learn: happiness, wisdom, loss, heartbreak, and enlightenment. It is a Pandoras box of emotions, situations, opportunities, and failures, all wrapped into a package we call life. Nobody is immune, but everyone has the opportunity to grow tall or wither like a flower in harsh light. Its completely up to us how we choose to respond. Finding Hope in the Darkness of Grief is a gleaning of insights from artist Diamante Lavender. For her, life has been a long, ... more
by Nita LapinskiFearful thinking is a learned behavior that most of us adopt as our truth, but simple practices can change our lives. In Habits That Heal, Nita Lapinski teaches us how to transform and transcend the troublesome patterns of anxiety, the desire to control, negative self-talk, the need to judge others and the destructive habit of gossip. She masterfully presents us with practical, tangible exercises that will empower, strengthen and elevate us in the face of fear.
by Julio BrionesIf I were to introduce you to a 24 year old man that barely graduated high school, joined the Army at 17, who suffers from mild dyslexia and is about to begin a journey that will carry him through the next 13 years, just over 10 of which he will spend in prison? What would you consider to be his chances at a successful life? Would you even be able to define a scenario where success is even possible? Many would not. Now, let us look at this man today, he has been out of prison for many years with... more
by PAMELA Q. FERNANDESAre you a single Christian woman wondering what's going to happen next in your life? Is your faith wavering as you wait for that special "someone"? Have you been praying and enduring for months only to go though another breakup, failed relationship or bad decision? If this is you, then this book is for you. In Ten Reminders for the Single Christian Woman, Dr. Pamela Q. Fernandes talks about why you should stay optimistic and remain in God's love. As a follow up book in her Ten Reminder Se... more
by Coach RoscoeThis book outlines the struggles and manifestations of a life destined for a higher purpose. It will inspire and encourage those who choose to take a step out on faith.
by Dr Kerby T. AlvyAll parents are prone to making errors in raising children, because parenting is an inherently difficult, demanding, and complex job. This book clarifies the many and interrelated responsibilities of parents, defines what parenting errors are, and provides a unique approach to solving them. The approach involves honestly discussing errors with children and then moving into action to remedy whatever damage may have been done.The author encourages readers to share with him their experiences in uti... more
by Susan BarberImagine working for years at your " dream job" only to have it taken away from you suddenly. What if the Boss changed your job description from " partner and party planner" to permanent cubicle resident with no benefits or chance of reinstatement? That's what it is like to become a widow. People don't know how to talk to you anymore. They exclude you from conversations that might involve the mention of couples. They are uncomfortable Becoming a widow isn?t like becoming a wife. Becoming a wife ... more
by Gregg SouthgateA bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Every cloud has a silver lining. Do not throw out the baby with the bathwater. On the surface these phrases seem like aimless ramblings, but they’re commonly accepted in the English language and, when used correctly, impart a distinct meaning that is generally understood by others. They are tools for communicating complex and often intangible concepts for which direct words don’t always exist. Sayings to Live Your Life By delves into a collect... more
by Vironika TugalevaThis might look like a self-help book. It might even read like one. Once you dive into its pages, however, you will find some differences. Unlike others of its kind, this book does not promise results or give expert opinions. It is neither a miracle cure nor a magic potion. It does not pretend to have all the answers. Rather, this book is a plea for self-trust and a gentle guide to self-awareness. Instead of helping you become who you think you should be, The Art of Talking to Yourself hopes ... more