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by Sri Joydip Chakladar
When had you fallen down from bicycle last time ? Or when was last time your car stopped, as you forgot to hold the clutch while changing gears? "Can't remember"... "Now, driving has become kind of habit, it just happens.... automatically." So how can we develop, yoga habits, that Yoga can happen automatically where you can release your deep conditioning which creates the problems and pain both on terms of physical and mental disease, you are forced to live and ma... more
by Joanne VeeckFrom school experiences and observations, Can You Hear Us Now? is written and illustrated by children and proposes to help their peers learn how to find success in school and thereafter. After all, happiness is education, and the mental health of our youth should be an educational priority. When children go to school emotionally balanced and happy, they will discover the joy of learning and perform at their best. My hope is that the reader doesn't just gloss over the text, but treats it more lik... more
by Forrest WrightYou will land your next job or client not by telling them what you have done in the past but by convincing them of the value you will deliver in the future. This book shows you how to do just that.
by Steven DanielDo you love reading? Wish you could make money reading books? How to Make Money Reading Books can help carry out that dream into a reality. After reading this book you will understand the proper format to composing a simple review, how to narrate books, develop a website, create YouTube videos, creating a podcast, and set up a platform that will help you make money. Depending the effort and creativity you set into creating a platform, your fun hobby can become a full-time job.
by Steven DanielYou can have a great marriage and feel how you did when you and your spouse first fell in love. You can have the perfect relationship you see in all those polished romantic films. Do not blame reality and your partner because you realized that marriage is tougher than you thought. Cut the Bullsh!t A Guide to a Great Marriage will help you and your spouse get pass the most common issues in marriages today. Steven Daniel's approach to controversial topics is straightforward. If you want to experie... more
by Jane AshleyAre you ready to embrace the New Feminine Evolution? A new woman is emerging from the darkness—strong, determined, flowing with primordial power—fearlessly facing her demons. The New Feminine Evolutionary is a groundbreaking book: revealing in total for the first time the deep essences that run throughout this movement of women who are changing the world. This book is bold, fearless, and resonates with honesty. Each author brings her unique slice of essence to a chapter with stories and wisdom, ... more
by Debra E. JohnsonIn The Good Life, Thoughts on Maintaining the Christian Life While Keeping it Fun you are encouraged to have a good life by being a born-again Christian yet mingling the daily life with fun activities. In this quick-read, a 104 page book, you are encouraged to: 1. Cultivate a holy life by controlling your thoughts and your actions through discipline and the use of biblical scriptures. 2. Implement the ideas given in the Fun Boxes to jump-start your Christian fun. 3. Keep the levity wit... more
by Torie Cooper
Caregiving is one of the most challenging 'jobs' anyone can undertake especially when the person being cared for is a terminally ill loved one. Author Torie Cooper guides us on a profound and emotional journey as she recounts caring for her beloved grandmother with end-stage colorectal cancer. Weaving poems of home-care, hospital stays, and inevitable grief, Laying Nana Down offers insightful glimpses into the world of caregiving and palliative care.
by Marcia MeierA collection of 30 poems and 20 essays about sex and intimacy. It features works by women ranging in age from 50 to 87. All are published writers who are mothers, grandmothers, playwrights, professors, teachers, psychotherapists, copywriters, city council women, and even a model for a foot fetish website. The book is divided into four sections: Herbs (enticement), for sexual playfulness, flirting; Pomegranate (tasting), for dating and trying out different things; Bread (sustenance), for sa... more
by Randy Klein
Quickstart Guide to Songwriting is especially recommended for those who have a song in mind, but lack the technical training to translate it to music. Typically, these would-be songwriters either work with a musician or never see their song to fruition; but Quickstart Guide to Songwriting offers an alternative path to making one's mental music become reality.
First comes an introductory reference chart providing music sample links to online example... more
by Mona HanfordThe Graceful Exit: Ten Things You Need to Know is a book by distinguished eldercare activist, consultant, speaker and writer Mona Hanford, and author Adrienne Hand. Through compelling research and stories, this book offers the ten things you should know as a caregiver so that you and your loved one can live fully and comfortably at the end of your loved one’s life. This book prepares you and your family to ask the right questions, to face the reality that we all die, and to find real hope and fa... more
by Shawanda R. Randolph
Fresh Manna uses practical life lessons and daily devotionals to help guide readers to connect their personal, professional and spiritual life and discover who they are in God.
by Joel Dames
Dames’s book is packed with meaning and information. First, is one man’s lifelong search for the what will bring rest to his troubled mind, to put aside his demons, and be the man, the father and husband, he could be -- and does become. Second, beyond a journey of self-knowledge and self-renewal, the book evaluates therapies, how they can help the individual make the best of the 45 or 50 bits of information, out of the millions, which the brain can process. We can shape how we vie... more
by Victor LaCervaThis is a collection of 21 letters written to a young man from an older man. The topics include Question Everything, Being a Man, The Nature of the Journey, Parents, Demystifying Emotions, Anger, Fear, Sadness, Forgiveness, Solitude & Friendship, Sexuality, Love, Fatherhood, Desire, Purpose, Being Stuck, Habits & Intention, Altered Consciousness, Creativity, Happiness & Freedom, and Spirituality. The intent is to stimulate reflection, increase awareness and authenticity, and perhaps pass on some... more
by David ChristianThe Millennial Script is a spiritual, self-help publication that is designed to inspire a renewed focus on the mind, body and spirit. The publication is an inspired work that delves into an array of themes related to everyday living, personal challenges, health and family matters, as well as material wealth and romantic relationships. The Millennial Script offers anecdotes and insight into these themes and challenges faced in our daily lives, while also providing means and methods by whic... more
by Dani KatzA vital tool for these über transformational times, The New P. Handbook Vol. 1: Little Langauging Hacks for Big Change is chock-full of simple communication tools and tweaks with massive evolutionary implications. Informed by the integrated understanding that language is the fundamental building block of our entire known reality, this guide offers visionary insight into the vibrational codes embedded in our words. The work sheds timely and relevant light upon the ways we unconsciously language o... more