""Living In The Light" is very powerful...it can transform your life." -- Dr. Wayne Dyer, author of "The Sky Is The Limit." Since its publication more than a decade ago, Creative Visualization had helped thousands of people explore and connect with their higher selves and create dynamic changes in their lives. Now Shatki Gawain leads readers on a new journey of spiritual growth and fulfillment in "Living In The Light." Using simple, effective exercises, meditations, and affirmations, Shatki Gawain gently shows you the path to getting in touch with your intuition and acting on it. Learning to trust the creativity that flows through the universe, the source of intuition, can transform your life in many ways by: creating new pattern for successful relationships, discovering the energy of the universe within your sexual being, finding the work that you love -- and blurring the line between work and play, nurturing the spiritual power of your children, overcoming the negative thinking that limits your finances, health, and happiness. A clear and practical guide for developing your intuition, "Living In The Light" shows the way to greater aliveness and creativity and to a transformation of the world around you.
How Women Rise is the career guide, women-help, self-improvement and job hunting book which teaches the wonderful strategies to change their life. Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith are the authors of this superb book. Sally earned her suspect in women’s leadership. This guide is specifically written for those women who wanted to take a big step in their career but they need a guide. Sally is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Sally and Marshall help thousands of men and women to change their life by taking control of their life. Dreams are nothing without goals and you cannot achieve goals without actions.
Having It All is the success, personal growth, personal transformation, self-help, and success guide that shares the proven techniques and methods that will assist the reader to live their dream life. John Assaraf is the author of this fascinating book. He is a public speaker, motivational speaker, business consultant, and more importantly, John is a fabulous author. John helped thousands of people to achieve their goals and this is an ultimate guide for the people. This guide brings an opportunity for everyone to live the life of their dreams without putting any extra effort. Just follow the tips and techniques that are mentioned in the book to live an optimal life.
“Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism” offers specific tips on the minimizing process and reveals how the new minimalist movement can not only transform the space but truly enrich the life. Fumio Sasaki is the author of this book. Sasaki is the former co-editor-in-chief of Wani Books and lives in a 215-square-foot apartment in Tokyo, furnished with a small wooden box, a desk, and a roll-up futon pad. Fumio is not an enlightened minimalism expert or organizing guru like Marie Kondo.
He is just a regular guy who was stressed out and constantly comparing himself to others, until one day he decided to change his life by saying goodbye to everything he didn’t absolutely need. His book “Goodbye, Things” helps us let go of items that sparked joy but we weren’t actually using or taking good care of. The first part of the book is practical advice, and though he includes references to minimalist friends with spouses, hobbies, and children, it’s mostly oriented toward people like himself. All the advice is still pretty good. The best part of the book is the second half, where he talks at length about the changes minimalism had made in his inner life.
The Rational Male explains what it means to be male. Rollo Tomassi is the author of this book. Rollo Tomassi is one of the most prominent voices in the globally growing, male-focused online consortium known as the “Manosphere” as well as one of the ‘Godfathers’ of intersexual Red Pill awareness. His book “The Rational Male” is a rational and pragmatic approach to intergender dynamics and the social and psychological underpinnings of intergender relations. It also explains and outlines the principles of intergender social dynamics and foundational reasoning behind them.
It centers around the insights of the notorious “Red Pill”/”Manosphere” movements that have really begun to gain traction in the past decade or so. It’s a bit of a chore to define and explain these movements/philosophies. This is a gross oversimplification but in essence their a self-help movement trying to understand and navigate intergender relationships/interactions and empower men in a world society that is largely focused on the opposite (disempowering men and empowering woman). “Taking The Red Pill” is basically becoming aware of the true nature of reality in said reality.
She Felt Like Feeling Nothing is a poetry book that pursues themes of self-discovery and retrospection. r.h. Sin is the author of this book. Sin is a great writer who always brings great, lovely and impressive words. This book helps readers to realize what love really is. Some of these love poems hit home in so many levels. There are moments when the heart no longer wishes to feel because everything it’s felt up until then has brought it nothing but anguish. Sin pursues themes of self-discovery and retrospection.
With this book, the poet intends to create a safe space where women can rest their weary hearts and focus on themselves. It’s a quick read but worth but it’s worth it. In short, this book is one of the best books and we highly recommend this especially for women and even men who have gone through an abusive relationship.
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