This 1928 book imparts all the wisdom of the New Psychology on the subject of fasting: the benefits of physical, mental, and emotional fasting, and the right way to fast in order to maximize those benefits.
Think and grow rich is the most important financial book ever written. Napoleon Hill researched more than forty millionaires to find out what made them the men that they were. In this book he imparts that knowledge to you. Once youve read this book you will understand what gives certain people an edge over everyone else. A classic for personal development books-worth-reading personal-development personal-development
<p>What if you could have all of your comfort-food favorites like French onion soup and chocolate chip pancakes but still stay slim and healthy? <em>New York Times</em> best-selling author and the health expert for the <em>TODAY</em> show <strong>Joy Bauer</strong> talks about her book <em>From Junk Food to Joy Food</em>. Learn how Joy followed her passion to a fabulous career, and how you can lose weight and gain health using the same techniques she’s shared with celebrities and CEOs. From…
$6.75 This book shows how to maintain a joyful view of life even in difficult times and gives methods for transforming habit patterns, developing intuition, cultivating strength and will power, and more. Swami Rama imparts a message of inspiration and optimism -- that every person is responsible for making his life happy and emanating that happiness to others. The Art of Joyful Living offers a simple philosophy of living and practical suggestions for being happy.
Wooden by John Wooden Evoking days gone by when coaches were respected as much for their off-the-court performance as for their won-lost record, this unique and intimate work presents the wit and wisdom of legendary basketball coach John Wooden. In these revealing passages, Wooden imparts the important personal philosophies that helped make him the best college coach of all time.
Pink Yarrow corresponds to the "root" chakra, the red chakra. It imparts a sense of strong groundedness. Pink Yarrow people don't have a good, confident sense of self, so look to complete themselves in relationship to other people. This results in imbalanced relationships where they "give too much" and try to solve other peoples' problems.