Younger for Longer
By Dr Duncan Carmichael
'Revelatory and accessible' Sunday Post'Be good to yourself . . . [Younger for Longer] features wisdom on nutrition, sleep, mood regulation and, most importantly, hormonal health for men and women.'Scotsman'Younger for Longer tells you exactly what you need in order to live an extended healthy life. It's very 80/20 and one of the best books I've read in ages.' Richard Koch, author of million-seller The 80/20 PrincipleThe goal of this book is to show readers how to live a healthy life free from the debilitations of ageing, helping them to stay mentally alert and physically active, and making sure they get the most out of all of their years. That means aiming for optimal health. However, focusing on one factor alone will not get them there. Our sleep, our mood, what we eat, our detoxification system and our hormones are just some of the factors that interact in amazing ways to make us who we are; they are also at the very heart of the aging process. This book shows how these different strands combine in ways that can be positive or negative - and explains why this interaction depends far more on the lifestyle we choose than on the genes we inherit. In that way it gives the reader a unique and comprehensive understanding of their body and tells them how, with this knowledge, they can maximize their health.The topics range from nutrition, toxins, men's health and women's health to understanding why our skin, brain and liver age - and how to undo the damage and stave off ageing. But the book's main focus underlying all of this is hormones: the chemicals that tell different parts of our body what to do. Our hormone levels vary throughout our life, but if they are supported correctly they can keep us youthful and vital into our final years.Finding health, then, is not about seven ways to detox or the five best vitamins. The body is far more complex than that and, in an approach aimed specifically at the layperson, Younger for Longer traces the exciting path of how the body works to help the reader create the best person they can be for the rest of their life.
You Are Enough
By Mandy Hale
After years of trying to prove she was enough in the world's eyes, even working alongside Oprah and hitting the New York Times bestseller list, Mandy hit rock bottom. But as it turned out, that very rock bottom became the most firm foundation she had ever planted her feet on. A foundation so solid, it finally provided the springboard she needed to outrun the taunting shadow of unworthiness that she'd tried to escape her whole life. Now she wants readers to see that though life may not always be lighthearted and happy and shiny, each woman is deserving of the life she dreams of and hopes for. Nothing readers do can ever take away from their worthiness or enough-ness in God's eyes. This book is for any woman who wants to overcome heartbreak, claim her healing and step into wholeness!
By Running Press
Learn Kid-Friendly Yoga Poses with a Meditative, Mindful FrogFrog loves to practice yoga. And he will inspire kids to enjoy doing yoga, too. Follow Frog's yoga flow, from warming up to cooling down. Start with the mountain and chair poses, then work into giraffe, cat-cow, downward-facing dog, butterfly, and bridge. End with the quieting happy baby and savasana poses to help your muscles relax before going to bed or starting your day. For fans of Yoga Bunny and I Am Yoga, Yoga Frog's simple, meditative text is complemented by playful yet instructive illustrations by Mark Chambers to teach youngsters how to start their very own yoga practice--and to have fun while doing so, too.
By Nora Carpenter, Mark Chambers
Let this calm and serene yoga frog be your desktop guru as you take him through a simple and relaxing yoga routine!The perfect gift for any yogi in your life, this little box includes:* An adorable, bendy, and poseable frog figurine* A 32-page mini book with basic yoga poses (demonstrated by the yoga frog but perfect for humans, too!) illustrated by charming watercolor illustrations
You Are Beautiful
By Ashley Reitz, Lorilee Craker
Readers will get to know Ashley Reitz, a top international curve model who, despite being a good girl and even a pastor's daughter, took destructive detours in unhealthy dieting, and beauty and body obsession before discovering that she was already special and good enough-because Jesus had made her so. Ashley weaves her stories of growing up feeling self concious and unnoticed with behind-the-scenes snapshots of the good, the bad, and the ugly of the modeling industry. She offers lessons for readers on how to find true confidence as they discover their identity in Christ, not the empty substitutes of this world. As she explores topics of confidence, beauty, positive body image, and the maddening-and futile-pursuit of perfection, Ashley acts as a big sister to speak truth and healing into the lives of young women and girls.
Yoga in the Kashmir Tradition
By Billy Doyle
"If we have first understood, or have the deep conviction, that in our real nature there is nothing to become, nothing to attain, then we can explore the body and its movements without end-gaining. We can practise yoga to free us from what we are not, and perhaps more profoundly, simply for the joy of it."Jean also had reservations about certain dualistic tendencies in yoga: yoga means to join, but to join what? We are one from the beginning; we only have to see it. The emphasis here is not on achieving something but on listening and exploring without will or effort. In the progressive approach one evolves through various levels of spiritual attainment. But there is always a someone, an ego, still evolving. In the direct approach there is simply recognising the false as false, that you can never be something objective. The personal has no role to play."Jean Klein was a master of Advaita (non-dualism) and yoga. He taught yoga in the Kashmir Tradition, an approach based on awareness through body sensation, which is here presented by Billy Doyle, a long term student of Jean Klein. This teaching was grounded in the non-dualistic perspective. Yoga in the Kashmir Tradition: The Art of Listening therefore covers all facets of Jean Klein's teaching.
You'll Get Through This (Miniature Edition)
By Max Lucado
Joseph was thrown into a hole and despised. The pit. Life is reduced to one quest: to get out and never get hurt again. Not simply done. Pits have no easy exit. Joseph's story got worse before it got better. Abandonment led to enslavement and imprisonment. His life offers this lesson: in God's hands, intended evil becomes ultimate good. Someone from up there must come down here and give you a hand. God did for Joseph. And at the right time, in the right way, he will do the same for you. This Miniature EditionT is based on the New York Times bestselling book by Max Lucado.
Your Healing Power
By Jack Angelo
This is a practical guide for all those who wish to find out about healing, to work on themselves, or to work professionally as healers. The book shows how to understand and develop the energies of healing and awaken your own healing abilities. Throughout, the author - one of Britain's most respected spiritual healers and teachers - provides case histories, easy-to-follow exercises and diagrams. He shows you how to develop your powers and heal others, and gives practical information and advice on how to plan a healing session and run a healing practice.
Your Mind Can Heal Your Body
By Matthew Manning
A guide to achieving optimum health, wellbeing and happiness. We all have healing abilities, whether we know about them or not. In this book by Britain's most popular healer you will learn how to listen to the messages your body is giving you and awaken and nurture your own healing abilities to deal with them. Based on Matthew's amazing experiences as a healer, his work with thousands of patients, and his understanding of how your emotions are linked to your health, Your Mind Can Heal Your Body is full of stories about real-life healing, as well as step-by-step exercises to take you through the healing process. You will discover: How to get in touch with the wisdom of your own body; How certain physical conditions can be traced to mental states; What healing can do - and what it can't; The importance of the mind, and the healing power of visualisation; How to heal low self-esteem, anger, guilt, fear, jealousy and anxiety; And much, much more.
Your Body Speaks Your Mind
By Deb Shapiro
What are your symptoms and illnesses telling you about yourself? In Your Body Speaks Your Mind, renowned teacher and bestselling author Deb Shapiro shows how understanding your body's 'language of symptoms' can increase your potential for healing. She explains the interconnectedness between your physical state and your emotional, psychological and spiritual health, and reveals: How unresolved emotional and psychological issues can affect your physical health; How feelings and thoughts are linked to specific parts of the body; How you can take steps to heal your body with your mind, and your mind with your body. Your Body Speaks Your Mind shows you how to initiate communication between body and mind, and decode the priceless information your body is giving you, in order to achieve better health and a greater sense of wellbeing.
By Danya Ruttenberg, Susannah Heschel
Thanks in large part to the struggles of their activist foremothers, today's young Jewish women have a dizzying array of spiritual options. Yentl's Revenge chronicles a range of experiences lived by an entire generation of women, from Judeo-pagan witches to young Orthodox mothers, from rabbis to sex educators. Contributors ponder Jewish transgenderdom, Jewish body image, Jewish punk, the stereotype of the Jewish American Princess, intermarriage, circumcision, faith, and intolerance. Essays include Bubbe Got Back: Tales of a Jewish Caboose" by Ophira Edut, and On Being a Jewish Feminist Valley Girl" by Tobin Belzer.
By Jenny Cockell
This is the extraordinary story of Jenny Cockell, a young woman from Northamptonshire, who has always known that she has lived before. In her previous life her name was Mary. She was an Irishwoman who died 21 years before Jenny was born leaving several very young children without a mother or a stable, happy home. Yesterday's Children describes the trauma and worry of this continual pastlife memory, and Jenny's decision to search for her lost children. The book follows her progress through her dreams and memories, the revelations of hypnotism, her searches through maps, through local groups in Ireland, and her trip to the village where Mary had lived. Finally, she details her painstaking search for the children (now in their sixties and seventies) who had been split up after Mary's death, and the extraordinary reunions that took place. This is a fascinating book. In many ways it is a real life detective story, as we learn about Jenny, about Mary, her difficult life and finally, with great joy and trepidation, discover what happened to her children.