Seven Sutras To Self Liberation: The Tibetan Fast Track To Enlightenment by Sharon Moriarty

An Engineer, disenchanted with the frantic, all-consuming, yet ultimately low quality of life in Silicon Valley embarks on a Yoga pilgrimage into the Himalayas. There she hopes to reach some clarity of mind. She successfully travels up through India, encountering many interesting experiences along the way. She then makes the crucial decision to travel into Tibet to continue the adventure. After narrowly surviving the arduous journey, she encounters a charismatic Lama, who takes it upon himself to teach her some of the esoteric teachings and Sutras that lead to Enlightenment. He also instructs her on many of the yogic Siddhis, various Pranayama Techniques and Healing Visualizations. Inspired by the Lama’s unique insights and penetrating understanding, her false dualistic worldly knowledge starts to melt away. She begins to see at last, through the haze of all those concepts, percepts and mind-made distortions that normally picture our world to us. Then one night she has a lucid dream, in which she visits three Kingdoms. Trying to resolve the underlying content experienced in this dream, she makes a major breakthrough and sees directly through to the dream nature of the phenomenal world, all about us. As the dark clouds of egoic thought finally lift from her mind, she attains to naked perception and is Enlightened.

Author: Sharon Moriarty

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Happiness is a choice: The most important decision in life by Wouter Smeulders

Is there a secret recipe to happiness? There are so many books about happiness, but even the most popular ones usually lack a level of depth. A level of depth that can be developed by listening to the right podcasts, TED talks, motivational speakers, etc. This book provides you with the most relevant theories, examples, ideas, and experiences to take your happiness to the next level. It is short and to the point, so you don’t have to spend too much time on reading, which leaves more time for thinking about it and starting to do things differently.

Author: Wouter Smeulders

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Finding Happiness by Tom A Wilson

We could all use a little more happiness in our lives and this self-help book will direct you to a better and happier experience by providing proven advice and valuable insight. Many people live their lives in an unhappy state when there is absolutely no reason to. Life is a gift and a very short-lived gift that is to be enjoyed. Don’t delay living a happier life, time to do so is limited.

Even if you feel that you are a happy person, the content of this book can amplify that feeling by addressing the topic in a unique way. It is the goal of the author to provide thoughts that can assist anyone in living a happier life.

“Finding Happiness” by Tom A Wilson is a quick read packed with thoughts and advice to give the reader the motivation and tools that are necessary to improve the quality of life. The book covers the topics of perception, relationships, employment and finances to name a few.

This step by step guide to a happier experience is one that you surely do not want to miss. Life is too short to spend another moment unhappy, make some changes today and start living the life that you were meant to live.

Author: Tom A Wilson

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
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Parenting Teens: Stirring the Nest: A Parent’s Guide for Children Who are Growing Up and Moving On by T Whitmore

It can be a challenge to say goodbye and send your child out into the world on their own, whether it be to college or to join the workforce. This book holds tips on what to make sure they know, how to handle your own life once the nest is empty and even what you need to think about if they ever hit a stumbling block and need to return home for awhile. Things like doing their own laundry, checking freshness dates on the milk and taking up new interests are included, as well as the importance of boundaries if you and your grown child begin sharing a roof again. Read on to gain some useful knowledge on what your children might need to know before they spread their wings and leave the nest.

Author: T Whitmore

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Social Skills: Simple Techniques to Manage Your Shyness, Improve Conversations, Develop Your Charisma and Make Friends In No Time by W. Williams, James

Do you feel awkward in social situations? Do you have a hard time interacting with people? Do you prefer keeping to yourself even when you secretly wish you can be as outgoing as other people? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this book is for you. Social Skills: Simple Techniques to Manage Your Shyness, Improve Conversations, Develop Your Charisma and Make Friends In No Time is a pragmatic book written in a down-to-earth manner showing exactly how to develop your social skills. You can unlock your potentials by applying the tips shared in this book.In this book you will discover:Practical steps to help you overcome shynessHow to boost your self-confidenceEasy ways to influence and charm peoplePractical ways to keep your audience or listener engagedHow to manage awkward social situationsConversation skills to make your interactions flow seamlesslyIf you are tired of vague tips on improving social skills, or if you have little or no improvement with the several other social skills books you have read in time past, this book will break the jinx. The methods in this book have been tested and they work, plain and simple.Get your copy today and learn how to put the magic back into your social interactions.

Author: W. Williams, James

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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What Makes My Dad Special?: Join little Kate as her mom tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person – and why she chose him… just for them. US Version. by C. Selbherr

What makes my dad special?” Kate asked with a stare. “Sit down and I will tell you.” Mom pulled out a chair. Mom took a deep breath and sat next to Kate. “I’ll tell you the story of why your dad is so great!” Join little Kate as her mom tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person – and why she chose him… just for them.US Version.* * * As far as parents go, I feel like I hit the jackpot. My parents were and still are thoughtful,kind, loving and supportive. But not everyone has the luck that I have had. Sometimes fathers or mothers just aren’t around. Sometimes through no fault of their own and sometimes it’s just not possible for that parent to be a part of a child’s life. Sometimes the single parent meets and falls in love with a new partner. If you are lucky, your new partner will love and cherish your child as much as he/she does you. The bond between a step parent and a child can be an amazing thing. But what if your child doesn’t know that their mom or dad isn’t their biological parent? Have you found yourself wondering how and when to tell your child? Many parents find themselves in this situation. Do I tell my child early? Or in their teens? Or as an adult? If you have decided to tell your child early, then I hope that this picture book will help you. It is full of wonderful illustrations that will encourage you to discuss this theme with your son or daughter. It is an ideal first step in explaining the love a step parent can feel for their child. Happy reading!Charlotte

Author: C. Selbherr

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Mindfulness Meditation and Buddhism for Beginners: Practical methods to Stress-Proof your mind from Depression, Anxiety & develop Inner Peace by Dharma Hazari

Do you get stuck in your head sometimes and feel lost or anxious? Bring the lost harmony back into your life by learning how to live mindfully.We all get entangled in the drama of life (work, family, personal goals etc.) and end up living life compulsively rather than consciously. It is only human to make mistakes from time to time. When we make plans and they don’t work in our favour, we often get frustrated or depressed. Unfortunately, some of us feel lost even if the plans actually do work out. So what can we do to effectively deal with this internal conflict? This has been a topic of focus in the East for thousands of years. And many methods and philosophies have emerged as a result of this with Zen, Mindfulness & Buddhism being some of the most famous.It definitely takes some practice but true happiness awaits the person that can detach their state of mind from the outcome of their efforts. The problem is that nobody ever gave us the manual to live life rightfully in the moment. And many of the existing guides suggest methods that seem vague and hard to follow after some time. In this 1+1 book bundle, Mindfulness coach & Buddhist monk Dharma Hazari, will teach you how to harness your natural life force or “prana” and re-adjust your alignment with the present. Among other things, you will learn : 10-minute Mindfulness Techniques you can practice anywhere anytimeThe #1 Technique to calm your mind instantly in the face of adversitySecret tips & tricks that Buddhist monks use to become effortlessly happyDifferent styles of Mindfulness Meditation & Picking your best matchThe most easy way of setting up a Daily Mindfulness Habit to 5x your productivityThe Subtle Shift that can bring incredible depth & meaning to your relationshipsGuided meditation to declutter your mind in the background (for Audiobook only)How to develop a non-judgmental view of life that reduces suffering & internal conflictYou don’t have to be a Zen master to benefit from the simple exercises taught in this book. If you were drawn to things like Meditation and Buddhism in the past but couldn’t really observe a shift then this book is definitely for you. It will give you an easy way of setting up a 10-minute daily routine of mindfulness into your day-to-day activities. The practices taught in this book are extremely practical & have been clinically proven to show tremendous health benefits for the body & the mind. If you’re someone who is actively busy then listening to the audiobook is a good way to gain value in the background while you exercise, do laundry or commute to work. You are only 1 step away from beginning this journey.Scroll up and click on the “Buy Now” button.(FREE Guided Meditation for Audiobook only)

Author: Dharma Hazari

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How to Deal with Stress and Live a Harmonic Life: 15 easy steps by Oliver Smith

How to deal with stress and to live harmonic lifeIs stressan essential part of your life? Don ‘t you know how to reduce stressand have harmonic life? That means this book was written especially for you. Discover the real harm of emotional stress. Figure out the stress managementalong with the coping with stress. Find out how the dealing with stressis important in our life. There is no need to isolate yourself from the whole world. The simple stress relieftricks will be useful in any moment. Wherever you are: at work, at home, at school or at the park, working or hanging out with friends, the stress situation might be near. But do not worry firs of all. Learn the stress relief techniques and stress management activities to improve your life. After reading this book you will know how to overcome stressandhow to control stress. You will not need anybody to help you in difficult moments. You will be able to teach others how to cope with stress. Have easy life! And don’t worry, be happy! The life is beautiful!

Author: Oliver Smith

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A History of Male Psychological Disorders in Britain, 1945-1980 (Mental Health in Historical Perspective) by Alison Haggett

This book is open access under a CC BY license.Statistically, women appear to suffer more frequently from depressive and anxiety disorders, featuring more regularly in primary care figures for consultations, diagnoses and prescriptions for psychotropic medication. This has been consistently so throughout the post-war period with current figures suggesting that women are approximately twice more likely to suffer from affective disorders than men. However, this book suggests that the statistical landscape reveals only part of the story. Currently, 75 per cent of suicides are among men, and this trend can also be traced back historically to data that suggests this has been the case since the beginning of the twentieth-century. This book suggests that male psychological illness was in fact no less common, but that it emerged in complex ways and was understood differently in response to prevailing cultural and medical forces. The book explores a host of medical, cultural and social factors that raise important questions about historical and current perceptions of gender and mental illness.

Author: Alison Haggett

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