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The Ultimate Art of War

The Ultimate Art of War

by Antony Cummins
328 Pages · 2015 · 14 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
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Inner Alchemy
by Pedram Shojai
256 Pages · 2015 · 6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Inner Alchemy: The Urban Monk’s Guide to Happiness, Health, and Vitality” is a friendly book for improving thinking. With this book, the reader will able to quickly learn, exercises and improve their thinking. Pedram Shojai is the author of this notable book. Pedram has lectured on wellness around the world. He has received the COVR awards. Pedram is currently involved in a number of philanthropic causes that revolve around public health, fair trade and education. Toast principles are explained in this book, which assists people to reduce stress and challenges of modern life and free their minds for more spiritual thoughts. The “Inner Alchemy” book has three parts: part one displays Taoist Principles and philosophy for understanding the body energy matrix and also contains the nature of the current challenges. The second part covers specific exercises and techniques for waking your true power. Such as diet, exercise, mediation, lifestyle tips, sleep, and traditional sets. Furthermore, the third part provides an advanced exploration of traditional Taoism for modern times along with 100-day practice formula to help you regulate your energy. All in all, “Inner Alchemy” is a great book, if you follow 100-day practices, your life will change in ways that you have never imagined.
How to Win
by Eva Wong
240 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “How to Win: 36 Ancient Strategies for Success” is an informative book that reveals Eastern philosophy. Eva Wong is the author of this book. Eva is an independent scholar and a practitioner of the Taoist arts of the Pre-Celestial Way and Complete Reality lineages. She has written and translated numerous books on Taoism and related topics. In this book, Eva Wong shares the wisdom of The Thirty-Six strategies, in which she shares advice about Chinese history and culture.  She also covers three categories of strategy, reactive, proactive, and desperate. With the help of this book, the reader will know everything about thirty-six strategies that are considered shadow in nature. Thirty-six strategies have deceived the sky to cross the ocean, surround Wei to rescue Zhao, make your enemy tire himself out while conserving energy, use the opportunities of fire to rob others, feign an attack in the east and attack in the west, watch the fire burning across the river, plum tree sacrifices for the peach tree, and many others. To know about further details, then read this book. All in all, How to Win is an informative and Eastern Philosophy book for the readers. You may also like to download 24 by Willie MaysDetail About How to Win by Eva Wong PDFName: How to Win: 36 Ancient Strategies for SuccessAuthor: Eva WongISBN: 1611808278Language: EnglishGenre: Personal Finance, Eastern Philosophy, Military Strategy HistoryFormat: PDF/ePubSize: 2 MBPage: 240Price: FreeDownload How to Win by Eva Wong PDF FreeClick on the button given below to download PDF How to Win by Eva Wong.ePub
Left of Bang
by Patrick Van Horne, Jason A. Riley
228 Pages · 2015 · 2MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Left of Bang: How the Marine Corps’ Combat Hunter Program Can Save Your Life” is a glorious book if you wish to know more about how to stay ahead of getting into a bad situation, this book is for you. Patrick Van Horne and Jason A. Riley are the authors of this book. Patrick and Jason have written an eye-opening look into how to keep yourself and your team/family safe by spotting danger before it strikes. Left of Bang is a fantastic book. A book every cop and security officer should read. Anyone concerned for their safety looking to avoid dangerous situations through recognizing the signs and signals of crime and danger should read this book. This book is an excellent guide to decision making in any time-critical profession where safety and lives are on the line. It presents several strategic formulas for making decisions under pressure, which will instantly challenge you to improve the depth of your daily level of observation and awareness. These invaluable lessons from the Marine Combat Hunter Program will teach you how to read your environment and respond to it faster than those around you. By learning how to read baseline body language, and immediately detect anomalies, you can begin to know what people are going to do before they do it. More importantly, with these skills, you can recognize when someone is trying to pull you into a bad situation, and know the proper countermove. The Israeli system of “characterization” correlating objective suspicion indicators with known or plausible environmentally specific M.O.’s – is extremely effective for stopping criminal activities and terrorist surveillance dry runs or attacks. This book complements that standardized system very well, by revealing micro behaviors in baseline activity that help us to form a faster understanding of both an individual’s and a group’s intentions before they act. This is a book that is extremely useful for training others in time-critical decision-making not just in law enforcement or military environment, but in natural disasters as well. This book will teach you how to steal time when you need it most, by interpreting events and outthinking situations before they harm you. We highly recommend this book to anyone in a profession that involves time-critical decision making: airline pilots, doctors, nurses, paramedics, police officers, and soldiers will all find something helpful in this book to ramp up their powers of observation and daily decision making, to protect and care for the people they are responsible for. This book is for those who embrace the responsibility of being the one person who by their training can make a difference and win the day. Be that person. Every time you read it, you’ll discover yet another nuance that puts things into a whole new light.