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by Isaiah McGeeConfessions of a Therapist – Passages for… Whatever Is Needed, pulls away the curtain from the behavioral conditioning that, subjectively interpreted, forms the constricting narrative that limits one's potential. Confessions is an insightful, empowering and pragmatic series of passages providing potent leverage for navigating intimacy and familial relationships to self-esteem strengthening and accelerating professional success - enabling the freeing of one's unconditioned nature for the fulfillm... more
by Luna LindseyIn 2012, Mormon General Authority Marlin K. Jensen acknowledged that members are leaving the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints "in droves." Access to the internet is often credited and blamed for this mass exodus, where members learn about problematic doctrines and cover-ups of LDS history. Many are happy as Mormons. And many are not. Those who leave, and those doubters who stay, face struggles that few others can understand. Much of this suffering is caused by manipulative and cont... more
Our Dreams for Our Children: Creating Legacies That Inspire Each New Generation to Achieve a Brighter Futureby Richard O. WeijoOur Dreams for Our Children is a wake-up call to baby boomers everywhere to discover the power of legacy and to start now to plan how they will share their legacies for the benefit of future generations.
by James D HortonWhy is being happy so hard sometimes? In this book James D Horton shares 12 common sense principles that you can use to guide yourself on the road to happiness. If you think it's gotten so bad it couldn't possibly get better or if you think you have it all and should be happy but aren't this book will show you what you can do to live happier. For many, a successful relationship is the first goal towards being happy. This book is specifically tailored to those who would like a better, happier... more
by Elyse Wagner, MS, CN, LMHCABlended brilliantly with Wagner's intuitive eating philosophy, health education and self-healing soulful practices, Smoothie Secrets Revealed is a beautifully illustrated resource that puts your health, happiness and relationship with your food, attitude and body back into your hands so that you can be the CEO of your health. Along with her 30 healing whole foods smoothie recipes, Elyse lays the foundation for her sustainable and nourishing philosophy: an anti-inflammatory, gluten free, organic ... more
by Jennifer KeittIn this practical, relevant, and timely manual, Jennifer Keitt, guides you on a journey towards life change. Life has a way of keeping us contained and hidden within our own comfort zones. In order to live the lives we desire, we must take radical action. In today’s world people are looking for tools to propel them to the next level both professionally and personally. They are constantly seeking advice on ways to move past where they are, and “Shake Up Your Life” provides the necessary tools to ... more
by David Friedman
In this groundbreaking book, The Thought Exchange, Overcoming Our Resistance to Living a Sensational Life, David Friedman takes us on a journey that begins where most of us started and perhaps still are; firmly entrenched in the ambitions, strivings and frustrations of the physical world; and leads us, step by step, discovery by discovery, to this new world, the REAL world, that has always been right here, inside us. In this world, we not only find that we have all that we’ve looking fo... more
by Dr. Chris HilickiAn inspirational and practical guidebook for anyone facing loss and disappointment associated with long-term challenges such as chronic pain, divorce, financial problems, unemployment, assault, illness, dying and growing old. A must-read when you feel like giving up and settling for less than you hope for. The six practices: Strength-Acceptance-Compassion-Relationship-Exits-Decisions take the crisis out of chronic problems and help you let go and go on.
by Dick Summer58 true life stories about how us Louie Louie Generation folks struggle for a Happy, Healthy And Hot life against the pitiful Pimple People and the Dreary Drones. We don't have those rock hard abs or perky breasts any more, but we have no intention of turning into luke warm slabs of meat.
by Patrice Thomas Conwell
Approaching 30 with no prospective husband in sight, the author wonders is there a "happily ever after" without the knight?
by Ken ElliottThis is your Revolution, Manifesting has been reinvented! On the rarest of occasions, someone will come forward with information that is fundamental to How Things Work. For the first time, someone has come forward with direct experience to explain how your thoughts create reality. This is the breakthrough book that explains the creation of everything around you. Ken describes how thought forms in the field around you and immediately begins to build what your mind is imagining. In Manifesti... more
by Gintare Davainiene
Everyone has dreams, desires, wishes. Few know how to turn those dreams, desires and wishes into reality. Amber Dayva draws on her own life's experiences and recounts her personal journey to success through conscious dreaming as she helps guide you along your own path to realizing your dreams. You will learn how to properly articulate your goals and consciously dream about how to achieve them, how to determine your true desires and how to differentiate them the "desire to desire"... more
by Matt JordanLearn how to unleash your inner power to accomplish any goal or to gain unlimited abundance. Many who have read books on infinite power were disappointed because the promised results were unrealizable. Some books describe infinite power as mystical, like releasing a, “genie from a bottle.” They contend that if you visualize a desire, you can magically attain the wish. While visualization is important, that alone will not work without the critical missing links explained in this book. It is not a... more
by Ray WhiteDon't wait until you reach success to become happier! Most of us are relatively happy, but we are also aware of a deep sense that we could be happier. We believe happiness will come when we reach certain goals in our lives like getting married, buying a new home, getting a raise, a promotion, or a new job. So we forego a little happiness today and this week so we can reach those goals sooner. Our challenge is the days and weeks turn into months and years. The goals we thought would make us happy... more
The Neurotic's Guide to Avoiding Enlightenment: How the Left-Brain Plays Unending Games of Self-Improvementby chris niebauerHas Self-Improvement Helped the Self? More than ever people are on a quest for self-improvement and enlightenment. People are "watching" their egos or losing their egos in order to find peace of mind or to get along better with others. And yet, the more we try to lose our ego, the more of it there is to lose. The more we try to make peace, the more we find conflict. It is exactly what happens when we try not to think of the number 3 and that is all we can think about. Our efforts seem to have... more
by Fred StawitzDon't Run Naked Through The Office reveals the secrets of how to leverage more control in any of the four workplace environments you will encounter on the job. Learn how to: ● Make your manager redundant while increasing your value in the job market. ● Avoid traps set for you by unscrupulous bosses. ● Put your professional career back on track by learning the 4 types of workplace environments and what it takes to operate productively in each. This exciting new book takes you on a jour... more