Move Your Stuff Change Your Life

Move Your Stuff  Change Your Life

My. friend consulted with a client who moved into a home that had the Creativity and Children corner of her home missing. She had a miscarriage aer moving in and was also considering changing careers because she just wasn't inspired any ...

Author: Karen Rauch Carter

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781501127526

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 240

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An essential and accessible guide to increasing happiness, improving your financial well-being, and bettering your health through the timeless Chinese art of feng shui. Promising health, wealth, and happiness, feng shui offers endless appeal—at least in concept. Unfortunately, feng shui’s seemingly complicated methods are often difficult to learn and apply in a meaningful way. Fortunately, Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life is written in plain and simple English for the modern Western reader. Revealing the ancient Chinese secrets that are as useful and necessary today as they have been for centuries, Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life communicates how to: · MEET “THE ONE” · FIND A DREAM JOB · EARN BETTER GRADES IN SCHOOL · ENJOY A BETTER SEX LIFE
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Making Connections

Making Connections

together all my specific body articulations into meaningful movement. It might also be the ability to move easily from one pattern of total body organization to another in the service of using movement in my life to do what I want to do ...

Author: Peggy Hackney

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000150858

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 272

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This book explores how we go about creating the connections within us that allow us to become fully embodied human beings in the world. It provides some very personal memories of Irmgard Bartenieff and the development of her approach to Fundamentals.
Categories: Health & Fitness

Don t Rock My Boat

Don   t Rock My Boat

turbulent, but never forget that it is what you need to keep your boat afloat and moving. The storm may be turbulent, ... Life islikeastorm, no matter howdifficult things seem foryou; often your difficulties house their solutions.

Author: Abiola Olaifa

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781475970395

Category: Self-Help

Page: 158

View: 476

You might not be able to change your past, but you can change your future by changing your actions today. In Don’t Rock My Boat, author Abiola Olaifa takes you on a journey of self-discovery in order to obtain what you want and need for the future. Don’t Rock My Boat helps you interpret life’s important lessons by asking and answering some major questions: Who are you? Why are you here? What do you want? Where are you going? What are your goals in life? Sharing stories, anecdotes, and meaningful quotations, Olaifa illustrates the path to finding peace and contentment in everyday life: • Live on your own terms. • Look at life as a gift. • Make the right choices. • Have a positive outlook. • Don’t give up. • Keep moving forward. Don’t Rock My Boat shows that with the right knowledge comes a vast reservoir of power that can create tremendous success for you. You need the courage to live the life that is true to yourself and not what others expect of you. Keep digging for life’s little secrets. Life is the best teacher, and it holds the answers to your many questions.
Categories: Self-Help

10 Steps to Take Charge of Your Emotional Life

10 Steps to Take Charge of Your Emotional Life

My life wouldn't be complete if ______ 29. I am most grateful for ______ 30. My most moving life experiences to date include ______ 31. Even though I'm scared or doubtful, I know ______ 32. I'm living my passion when ______ 33.

Author: Eve A Wood, M.D.

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 1401921108

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

View: 896

Psychiatrist, professor, and award-winning author Eve Wood trusts in your capacity to heal—to clear the way to a natural state of hope, harmony, and well-being. The insights and tools she shares in this book will enable you to identify and resolve your issues. Dr. Christiane Northrup says this book is "one of the best books I’ve ever seen on how to achieve emotional balance and happiness. It’s practical, real world and very readable. Dr. Wood is my kind of doctor." Dr. Wood makes healing a simple process that anyone can understand. She walks you through ten steps that encompass examples, stories, exercises, and guidance. You’ll take stock of where you are and discover what you can do to transform your life. You’ll learn to address your negative thoughts and beliefs, make life choices that fit your nature, and develop strategies to support your innate capacity to heal. Whether you suspect that you’re suffering from a known condition or you simply want to understand yourself better, this insightful book is a path, a promise, and a prayer for that truly transformative way of healing to begin.
Categories: Self-Help

A Lifetime of Awakenings

A Lifetime of Awakenings

Life was good, and once again I was back on my feet moving life forward, and it felt so right to be doing this new job, caring for people. There was always this underlying thought running through my head of why have I now been given ...

Author: Christopher A. Claxton

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781982280307

Category: Self-Help

Page: 142

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An honest biography portraying the journey of an ordinary man into the world of Spirituality through his life experiences. A very moving recollection of each stage of his journey and how that has brought him to his ultimate spiritual path, and arriving at his life purpose as a spiritual mentor.
Categories: Self-Help

Waking Up

Waking Up

Some days I sit in sheer amazement at how perfectly everything is happening and how quickly things are moving. Life seems to move too slowly at times, yet at this time in my life things are moving at a pace so quickly at times that I ...

Author: Anne Dennish

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781514467251

Category: Self-Help

Page: 212

View: 674

"Waking Up" is an up-close and personal look at one woman's journey throughout life and breast cancer. She shares intimate stories of divorce, relationships, children, addiction and more, as well as her private journal of her battle with breast cancer. This is a book that has something for everyone. The author shares personal short stories and quotes of her experiences in handling the good times and the bad. "Waking Up" will tell you how this one woman learned to handle them all with grace, dignity, love and a lot of laughter.
Categories: Self-Help

Wholebody Focusing Neural Pathways to Prosperity Health and Wisdom

Wholebody Focusing  Neural Pathways to Prosperity  Health and Wisdom

The blocked energy gets transformed into a positive, forward moving life energy. I start to feel empowered in my whole body, strong and supported in my feet, with a sense of aliveness and optimism in my head.

Author: Alex Maunder


ISBN: 9781326978914

Category: Self-Help

Page: 300

View: 679

Many people are carrying great emotional pain. Suffering is fine if it can lead to a growth in understanding but pointless and cruel if it merely results in repetitive patterns of behaviour. Wholebody Focusing allows you to build new neural pathways in your brain, to escape from the limitations of purely cognitive thinking and reconnect with the intuitive wisdom of your living body. From this grounding in safety and the support from something much bigger, the nervous system is soothed and this allows you to step back and see the bigger picture. Then it is possible to connect with the new possibilities that are surrounding you all the time - but you were unable to see them due to the stress and trauma. For the first time it is possible to see the long-term improvements in brain function, the neuroplasticity that has resulted from WBF therapy.
Categories: Self-Help

How to Survive Your PhD

How to Survive Your PhD

To set and adhere to strict deadlines for oneself takes a driven personality, which is not that common in the slow-moving life of academia. Naturally, all of this waiting can become extremely frustrating. For me, it took everything I ...

Author: Jason R. Karp

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

ISBN: 9781402247484

Category: Study Aids

Page: 224

View: 954

How to Survive Your PhD is your insider's guide to avoiding mistakes, choosing the right program, working with professors, and just how a person actually writes a 200-page paper When you're getting your PhD, you never know what surprises to expect. But now, you can be prepared! How to Survive Your PhD is your step-by-step guide to the right way to tackle every part of the doctoral process. Getting your PhD is not an easy process, and the decisions you make before and during your doctoral work can mean the different between having a PhD in four years or eight, Jason Karp has been there and made the mistakes and he shows you just what to avoid, what you should be doing, and how to make the best use of your time and resources. Plus insider tips on: Choosing Your School Dealing with Finances Picking the Right Academic Advisor Researching the Dissertation Managing Your Time The Exams Tricks of the Trade The Defense And so much more
Categories: Study Aids

Home Is the Road

Home Is the Road

—Stephen Hawking, The Grand Design My life has continued in travel across the roads before it. There is land and sky and the car passing between them making a small rip in the passage as it goes. The moving car unzips the sky from the ...

Author: Diane Glancy

Publisher: Broadleaf Books

ISBN: 9781506474786

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 159

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The land carries voices. The land remembers what happened upon it. In traveling the land, I become familiar with more than myself. Give me the journey of the road; it is my journey home. From the award-winning Native American literary writer Diane Glancy comes a book about travel, belonging, and home. Travel is not merely a means to bring us from one location to another. "My sense of place is in the moving," Glancy writes. For her the road is home--its own satisfying destination. But the road also makes demands on us: asking us to be willing to explore the incomprehensible parts of the landscapes we inhabit and pass through--as well as to, ultimately, let them blur as they go by. This, Glancy says, is home. Glancy teases out the lessons of the road that are never easy to define, grappling with her own: childhood's puzzle pieces of her Cherokee heritage and a fraught but still compelling vision of Christianity. As she clocks an inordinate amount of driving, as she experiments with literary forms, she looks to what the land has held for centuries, before the roads were ever there. This, ultimately, is a book about land, tradition, religion, questions and the puzzle pieces none of us can put together quite right. It's a book about peripheral vision, conflicting narratives, and a longing for travel.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Girl Talk 101 A Simple But Yet Complete Guide to Getting Your Stuff Together

Girl Talk 101 A Simple But Yet Complete Guide to Getting Your   Stuff   Together

This hopefully will help you to move on almost for good. You will feel so much relief and release when you press forward until you should feel like your life has started over. And it has; instead of living a life of animosity, ...

Author: Erin Johnell Dickey

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1450049656

Category: Self-Help

Page: 139

View: 405

In her first personal growth book, Girl Talk 101: A Simple But Yet Complete Guide To Getting Your Stuff Together, author Erin Johnell Dickey examines many issues in which women face. These issues (better known as stuff) are hindering many women from enjoying all that life has to offer them. It is imperative that women address inner issues such as pain inflicted by others and self inflicted pain caused by negligence. Women must also make their dreams become reality. This book is meant to be an easy reader so that women on the go will have time to read it and apply it in their daily lives.
Categories: Self-Help