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by Matthew ScigouskyThe ultimate goal of The Mindset Game is to take you on a journey with a destination of Peak Mindset. Peak Mindset is operating at the pinnacle of your capabilities and then pushing beyond. Looking at everything from a completely different perspective than 95% of everyone else. Most people are not willing to do the things required so the mere fact you bought this book means you are. “If you keep working at something the wrong way with bad results you will get really good at doing something t... more
by Helen V Hicks, MA, MBA, LPCAfter researching numerous parenting styles, techniques and skills, I found them all to have one thing in common: successful parenting — power struggle free parenting — depends on the child regarding the parent as an authority figure. Once children know the parent is safe and reliable with meeting their needs, the child relinquishes the desire to control and submits to the direction of the parent. \tThe first goal is for the parent to become the authority figure. The second goal is for the chi... more
by Eric J. Kolb, Ph.D.In, The Human Mind: A Psychological View of Theological concepts, I compare and contrast the scientific understanding of the human mind with the teaching of the Bible. In some cases, these two perspectives are very similar, such as in various aspects of child development. However, where positive psychology claims that the power to induce change lies within the individual, the Bible teaches that we can do nothing apart from Christ. The book begins with the concept of belief, upon which the mind d... more
by Simone Renee QuintonThe Golden Book of Life & The Plasma Soul Codes is an extraordinary self-help bible overflowing with life-changing spiritual information, healing guidance, cosmic wisdom, and unconditional love specifically designed to empower you to live your best life. It is significantly unique as it presents intelligent, energetic codes of plasma light that live inside your soul. These codes magnetically reconnect you to converse with your limitless soul in plenty of practical means and enliven you and oth... more
by Xolani KacelaStop Anxiety In Its Tracks: 22 Hacks to Destress, Avoid Negativity, and Stop Overthinking tackles America’s #1 mental health crisis by helping readers make sense of their anxiety while providing them innovative strategies that boosts their ability to cope and manage Covid-era stress and worry.
by Dr. Kenneth RingBeginning with a hilarious account of the foibles and follies of a body that has expired before the author has, renowned NDE researcher, Kenneth Ring, in this collection of essays takes the reader on an exhilarating ride on the train whose destination is death—yet the journey is anything but morbid or depressing. On the contrary, in these genial, entertaining, and often witty essays, Ring invites us to ponder not just the hardships of facing death (he does not shy away from the anguish of dying)... more
by Chris Handrahan
As a history, human reality is choiceless mimic to nature's reality by its placement, inventiveness, creativity, and the compression of its localized space and time within a much broader system of existence.
This collection of essays creatively elaborates topics such as evolution, environmental diversity, the nature of time, the finite and infinite worlds, instinctive awareness, perspective human history, the complexion of light, the Arts of the pa... more
by Tony Jeton Selimi#Loneliness: Award-Winning Book Fights Against ‘Virus’ of Modern Age, Empowering Readers to Redefine Themselves Meticulously researched and written by Tony Jeton Selimi, ‘#Loneliness: The Virus of the Modern Age’ explores the fierce scientific, psychological and spiritual impact of loneliness – a problem that has become an ironic epidemic in a world that is more interconnected than ever before. Empowering readers to redefine themselves and overcome the adversity, anxiety and stagnancy likely ... more
by Tony Jeton SelimiFar too many people give in to their disempowering beliefs and settle for mediocrity from the fear of failure, judgment, and other people's expectations of them. This book aims to empower readers to go beyond perceived limits and faces their doubts and excuses in all aspects of life. It's a road map to win the inevitable life challenges and excel. Inside, you’ll discover: • The Eight Essential Components of Human Excellence • How to Go Beyond Your Perceived Limits To Face Your Doubts, E... more
by Steven Willing
Despite unprecedented affluence, the scourges of mental illness, drug addiction, and loneliness are at an all-time high. Political, racial, sexual, generational, and religious polarization is ripping us apart. Why? Sometimes, the profoundest truths are the most ancient. In this provocative new work, apologist, neuroscientist, and author Dr. Steven Willing explores the age-old and forgotten sin of Pride, demonstrating a startling harmony between Biblical precepts and cutting-edge research in h... more
by Christopher FreelandA close look at the 'spirit-entity' world from the traditional, metaphysical and orthodox standpoints. The author, an ex-sannyasin, recounts his experiences in helping others - people, places and animals find relief from spirit-possession; not only the being afflicted by the entity, but especially the entity itself, for they cannot communicate using normal human channels, although in urgent need of succour. A message of hope appears when we acknowledge we know little, but can learn if we maintai... more
by Jamie MurrayPart memoir, part crisis-management guide, It's Not About Love teaches us that we can't really love anyone else well, unless we love ourselves first.
by Melissa Van OssIf you find yourself stuck in a rut, lacking the confidence others seem to have, or the know-how to try new things, this book is for you. This three-part how-to series begins with Exploring the Art of Seduction: Book One: Transform Your Confidence. It tells the story of Melissa Van Oss, a midwest transplant to our nation’s capitol, trying her hand at big city life and open to all the new adventures the city makes possible. Becoming involved in a private underground world that few see inside of, ... more
by Cristiana PinciroliCristiana de Andrade Pinciroli Pascual – known as Cris Pinciroli – was captain of the Brazilian Water Polo Team while also playing professionally in Italy, winning several national and international tournaments in the sport. In 1998, after participating in her third world championship, where she was the second highest scorer, she was named as one of the seven best players in the world. In 1999, she was a bronze medalist at the Pan American Games in Winnipeg, Canada. In addition to her sporting c... more
Beyond Words:the Healing Power of Horses: Bridging the Worlds of Equine Assisted Therapy and Psychotherapyby Alita BuzelExcerpts from Beyond Words: The Healing Power of Horses "The space between words is where we live with horses. In the silence we are truly heard. So much of our sadness, our discontent, our addictions and compulsions are driven by the emptiness we experience when, without being aware of it, we detach from our emotional selves. We often mistake this emptiness as boredom, anxiety, hunger, and/or loneliness. Horses, in their honesty and compassion, help us to reconnect to ourselves, to our humannes... more
by Shanti RoseWisdom and Wit is a thought-inviting read that goes right to the heart of your life like a straight arrow. The book offers amazing insight into those annoying, needling situations, which sometimes need a bit of wit to transcend.