State of the art ways to achieve eternal youth and physical immortality by working on your traumas and your beliefs. I believe it's the last piece of the puzzle for serious immortalists.
It's a way... More > for the brave and intrepid enough to delve deep into their souls and minds
to clear the mud and restore the diamond that is
(This is the first edition of the book, and although the process is complete as it is, the belief part of the booklet will be expanded in the future as we work, play and grow)< Less
PDF version of the BOOK, Questions for a Meaningful Life, for use on a computer. Content first introduced in calendar format for 2011. Use the images and questions in this book to draw out your own... More > personal wisdom and compassion. Read it through or use it daily, weekly, monthly for your own realization of the value of practicing the positive attitudes of the 16 Guidelines for Life. You may print one copy for yourself and one to give to another with this download. For additional copies, please download again or order copies in print. See more at www.16Guidelines.org and www.florasabi.org. A print version of this book and other related titles by Denise Flora are available at this author's spotlight: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Florasabi.< Less
Full of both useful and useless (mainly the latter) information and advice, "How To Be Clever" will teach anyone a few simple tricks that will give them a reputation among friends and... More > strangers as a 'really clever person'.
Written by three-times World Memory Champion Ben Pridmore, who has no idea what he's talking about.< Less
How do I deal with my crappy organization? I like my work but I don’t like what our management is doing. How do I deal with it? Well, that’s easy. You have three options:
1. Ignore it.... More > Changing organizations is hard work. If you don’t have the stamina to learn how to be a good change agent, then stop complaining about what’s bad. Accept that the organization is what it is, and enjoy the good parts of your work.
2. Quit your job. The only reason there are bad organizations is that people don’t quit their jobs. Do the world a favor and find a better place to work. Help bad organizations out of their misery by not working for them.
3. Learn about change management. Most people are terrible at influencing other people and changing organizations. But, if you’re serious about it, you can learn how to be a more effective change agent.
It’s take it, leave it, or change it...
This book is for those who choose option 3.< Less
What is mental strength? How can you achieve mental strength?
This coaching technique is described in this book. On the face of it, you might think that training of an elite unit in the military is... More > a world away from ordinary everyday life but the difference is not very large when it comes to method. Most of us live under pressure. Even though our tasks rarely involve danger to life and limb we need mental strength and the everyday life wisdom that will make it work.
Fundamentally, the idea of the book is that the reader becomes (or continues to be) a happy and wise person with a robust self-esteem. The more there are, the more there will be of such people. That is the mission.< Less
Although the deficits of this woman’s Autism seemingly trap her in an unwise marriage choice it is ultimately the “Joy of Autism” and the “Gifts of Mental Illness” which... More > help her to stand on her own two feet. Diane MacNaughton becomes a well known self-advocate in her community.< Less
A series of pointers to awakening by becoming 'Aware of' Awareness. This is to be achieved by direct investigation of moment-to-moment experience which readily reveals the Pure Awareness that... More > underlies our existence. This leads to discovering the happiness that needs nothing external to ourselves, but which is revealed as we undertake deeper investigations into this Awareness. Here are some reviews by my readers :
Years of searching and mental suffering melted away in one evening. With great ease and clarity you have done for me what no else would do. I am no longer on the outside looking in. You have my whole heart. Robert
Outstanding. Thank you! Blessings, Elizabeth
If the world of nondual spirituality ever seems muddy to you, take a swim in the crystal clear waters of Lake Colin Drake. I love Colin's work. -Jerry Katz, Owner and Manager of www.nonduality.com
It’s wonderful how questions from your readers can inspire in you a response – like a feedback synergy loop.
Best wishes, Garry< Less
THE MORRIS CENTER's Survivor to Thriver manual is an essential guidebook for ASCA participants, as well as for any survivor of physical, sexual and/or emotional child abuse or neglect. This 115 page... More > manual describes the transformative journey from victim, to survivor, to thriver.< Less
More than empathy and compassion, women experiencing hair loss want information! My own hair loss experience prompted me to research every aspect so I could empower and educate other women.
As I... More > wrote about the causes and cures, it became evident how intimately connected the entire system is. Hair loss is not an isolated problem. It’s part of the whole you.
Most importantly, I learned that many female hair loss conditions can be reversed or improved.
This book identifies the causes and types of hair loss, including medical conditions in which hair loss is a symptom. Many successful natural therapies are discussed.
If you're a woman experiencing hair loss you’ll relate to my story and to the other women who shared their stories. This book is both intimate and informative. It’s written in an easy-to-read style that educates and inspires women wanting to improve the quality of their hair.< Less
"A Sky Dive of Faith" is an intimate look at the author’s unexpected, life altering transition. Using a combination of honesty and wit, others are encouraged to discover and pursue... More > their passion.< Less
Social Excellence is a philosophy--a lifestyle. Characterized by handshakes, deep, meaningful conversations, and heart-to-heart connections, people who choose Social Excellence understand that human... More > connection is the key to changing the world.
This book, overflowing with real-life examples of Social Excellence in action, is not a book to be read in quiet solitude. It is a book that dares the reader to engage with the people and society around them. The authors describe how to build masterful social skills, tell stories of how people have changed the world through interpersonal connection, and challenge readers to push their social comfort zones to the max through edgy Social Dares.
Social Excellence: We Dare You is written to inspire community leaders, organizational members, non-profit volunteers, religious congregations, business leaders, political advocates, high-performing students, and anyone who is seeking a way to truly matter in the world.< Less
He began his first career before his voice had changed, his dream job beginning at age 14. A lifetime later, he was laid off. It took 18 seconds.
Then it got worse.
"Destination:... More > Reinvention" is the story of starting from scratch and searching for a new career path, one that looks nothing like the one left behind. The book takes you on a journey of 366 days, from the Northern California coast to the corn fields of Iowa. You'll visit a beer warehouse, San Francisco hilltops and oceanside vistas. Add a heart-wrenching relationship and it all adds up to a story of a brutal but ultimately satisfying attempt to make it back - to good.< Less
Meditation Kit Includes: Book, 2-month Workbook, and 5 guided meditation MP3s.
Meditation has a proven track record for increasing health, boosting creativity and strengthening clarity. However,... More > many people are confused not only about how to meditate, but even more so, how to sustain the habit of meditation. And it’s really the ability to practice meditation with consistency that delivers all the long-term benefits.
Michael Brooks and Joshua Summers have brilliantly synthesized insights from theories on decision-making with ancient contemplative approaches to make the habit of meditation practice real and relevant. By practicing the simple techniques and approaches in The Buddha’s Playbook, you will infuse your life, your work and your purpose with a focused mind and a compassionate heart. Let Michael and Josh show you how easy it is!< Less
Have you ever been told that you were bossy? Good! But do you know how to make it work for you without compromising your value? Black, Female & Bossy discusses why “bossiness” is... More > critical for helping a Black woman achieve any of her goals, despite her challenges, fears and society’s depiction of her character. This book is full of simple, smart and strong explanations of a Black woman’s character, perception and daily challenges and how she can reshape her image and power by understanding her value. After reading Black, Female & Bossy, a Black woman’s perspective of her own mental, social, sexual and financial statuses will change for the better. This book will increase her understanding of the word bossy and teach her how to own the word and the definition and make it work for her.< Less
Aaron is a 24 year old young man who has Aspergers, a form of Autism. For the past few years he has journal his life experiences, struggles and feelings. He decided to share his awareness of... More > life's lessons in a book to help other people with autism and their families. These reflections are very insightful, for all of us. Simple and to the point. Join in and experience the deep feelings of an individual who views life through the lens of Autism. Get a glimpse into his mind and see his unique interpretation of life and how he reduces complex situations into simple profound messages. These are life navigating instructions for people with special needs and for the rest of us.< Less
A jazzy journal, an unprecedented meditation, that ranges in scope from Thomas Jefferson's era to the Digital Age, seeking to answer the simple, provocative question: What is a happy Black man?... More > Harris explores his journey from childhood in Southeast D.C. to adulthood as a nationally published writer, educator, and respected cultural worker in LA. In powerful, poetic essays, Harris navigates the labyrinth of his life as son, father, stepfather, and grandfather; as lover; apprentice to wiser big brothers; as straight man crafting brotherhood with his gay Homeboy; as an orphan finding affirmation after his father’s death; even as survivor and symbol of deep healing that blossomed from the agonizing work of confronting, surviving, and transcending his youngest daughter’s rape by her Black step father.< Less
This book helps those aspiring toward recovery and wellness and also those in recovery, because it addresses and challenges the individual — in very real, basic and honest ways - to make... More > significant cognitive adjustments in how they live their lives. The beauty of this curriculum is that people like to do it and don’t consider it a chore, a demand, or a requirement, because every page subtly encourages the individual to think in realistic and forward-moving ways. This allows them to feel good about doing the work.
This book is for any person who struggles with their mental health and who wants to live a happier life as well as for any person who wants to improve their quality of life, how they deal with stress, obstacles, difficulties and other people and live a happier, healthy and much more stable life.
I based this book on my personal life and recovery, and every page has been used successfully in peer group settings.< Less
Rules. We live by them. Hundreds of rules. We were told some of them by our parents. "Don't touch the stove!" ... "Say 'Thank you' when someone gives you... More > something." ... "Wash your hands before you eat." Some rules we learn by ourselves. "I get crabby if I don't eat." ... "I get punished when I bite my sister" ... "It is easier to get what I want if I am quiet and polite." But there are some rules that never occur us. And if we were to learn and follow them, our lives would be better. We might have a better understanding of the world, or we might have an easier time of things. That is what this blog is all about. To bring to your attention things that you might not have understood about yourself, your behavior, or your world. Come along, and I'll tell you some of the things that I've learned.< Less
I love my LBDs—my little black dresses. When I throw one on, I feel fabulous and empowered. No one can bring me down.
But then something like divorce enters your life, all that confidence goes... More > right out the window—and that’s why I decided to write this book. Just as your other LBD fills you with confidence and optimism, so can my LBD book!
I understand what you’re going through. I’ve been there.
I want to encourage you to look at divorce differently. Are you sick and tired of feeling so full of sadness, shame or regret every time you even think about divorce? Wouldn’t it feel better if you could be divorced and proud? My LBD book explores the many reasons why people stay put—often for all the wrong reasons.
Would you rather be controlled … or be in control?
I’m going to show you not only how to create a stronger, healthier life, but why you are absolutely worth it—no matter what it takes.
You deserve to be happy and free. It’s that simple.< Less
This book is part Self-Help, part Textbook, part Cheerleader and part Workbook. It’s packed full of everything I’ve learned, including Grain-Free Recipes! I’m so excited to be able... More > to share it with you.
It’s extremely hard when your life becomes a small shell of what it once was and all you can think about is maybe getting out of bed and possibly, maybe taking a shower that day. You lose your job, your social life, your extra-curricular activities, your sleep and finally, you can lose your happiness and joy.
I learned so much on my journey of healing from autoimmune diseases and mental illnesses about how our bodies are amazing and how our mental health is intricately connected to our physical bodies. People I meet now can’t believe I used to be so ill, the changes are that dramatic.
Once I started studying, I soon realized that the steps I was taking towards healing and wellness would apply to anyone at any stage of their own journey.< Less