by Charlene M. Proctor
In this book of women's wisdom, Charlene M. Proctor, Ph.D., teaches you how to replace old, negative thought patterns with powerful ideas. Through seven lessons, you'll manifest more success while deepening your relationship with spirit.
Daniel Amen, M.D., one of the world's foremost authorities on the brain, has news for you: your brain is involved in everything you do -- learn to care for it properly, and you will be smarter, healthier, and happier in as little as 15 days!
According to the Daily Six, changing the focus of one's life begins with willingness, germinates in quiet time, and flourishes through service to others.
Years before she became the celebrated speaker and Unity minister she is today, Edwene Gaines was raising her daughter in abject poverty. Overwhelmed and terrified, she turned toward her faith for reassurance, sustenance, and finally for direction.
Searching for a life blessed with peace and happiness? Longing to move past old expectations and learn to live in the moment? Life Lessons for My Sisters offers warm encouragement and refreshingly straightforward guidance for women who want to live a more meaningful life.
Both practical and uplifting, The Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life shows you how to transform a pastime into a lifelong passion that gets stronger with every book you absorb.
The Unstoppable Women 30-Day Challenge is a revolutionary plan that's changed the lives of thousands of women. Instead of feeling overwhelmed, you'll complete simple, daily actions that will build momentum and keep you on target for success.
Drawing from influences as disparate as Buddhist monks and skeptical neuroscientists, Barasch creates a riveting, persuasive argument that a simple shift in consciousness can have a lasting impact on our psyches, our relationships, our health -- and the very fate of the Earth.
Are you living a life based on who you really are or one built on outdated messages from your past? Is your past negatively influencing your present and potentially derailing your future? What if you could shift your perspective from limiting to liberating?
Stephen Levine, author of Who Dies? and A Gradual Awakening, writes that long after an initial loss has passed and the "period of grieving" has ended, an unattended sorrow lingers, accounting for a host of physical, emotional, and spiritual maladies.