Books I have read

Books I have read – How to Teach Quantum Physics to Your Dog

Oct 29th, 2014 | By

Emmy is not your ordinary dog. When adopted from the shelter by physics professor Chad Orzel, she becomes immediately fascinated by his work. Could she use quantum tunnelling to get through the neighbour’s fence? How about diffracting round a tree to catch squirrels? Or using virtual particles to catch bunnies made of cheese? In this

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Books I have read – First Things First

Oct 28th, 2014 | By

Dr Covey appears to have worked out life to a mint here – how to organise every second of your life to what you want to do, and how to make decisions based on what you set yourself. He starts from the roots – and tells you how to lead yourself to form your character,

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Books I have read – Soul Love: Awakening Your Heart Centres

Oct 28th, 2014 | By

This book is a simple and loving guide that touched me profoundly. I am not one for self-help and new age books and I was highly skeptical about this book and its possible contribution to my life. To my surprise, I realized that by reading this material, I elected to go on the most loving

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Books I have read – The Holographic Universe

Oct 27th, 2014 | By

Despite its apparent materiality, the universe is actually a kind of 3-D projection and is ultimately no more real than a hologram, a 3-D image projected in space and made with the aid of a laser. Using this model, a world-renowned physicist and a Nobel prize winning neurophysiologist has developed a new description of reality.

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Isaac Newton

Oct 26th, 2014 | By

It is a brave writer who tackles a biography of the world famous pioneer mathematician and physicist Sir Isaac Newton and James Gleick has acquitted himself superbly well in his new bookIsaac Newton. Accolades to Newton were piling up even during his early lifetime in the 17th century when such fame was usually confined to

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Metaphors in Mind: Transformation Through Symbolic Modelling

Oct 22nd, 2014 | By

Metaphors in Mind opened the door to a new, more effective and respectful way of communicating with people I work with and also in my daily life with family and friends. I notice this more neutral and specific way of asking questions, combined with this way of considering how different elements of people’s communications and

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Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest the Law of Attraction

Oct 22nd, 2014 | By

Esther and Jerry Hicks’ first book presenting the teachings of the non-physical entity Abraham has drawn an extraordinary collection of endorsements from people keen to draw attention to the message that Abraham has to convey. Endorsements have been received from Neale Donald Walsch, John Gray, Wayne Dyer, Louise L. Hay, Jack Canfield and Christine Northrup.

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Healing the Eternal Soul: Insights from Past Life and Spiritual Regression

Oct 20th, 2014 | By

I cannot recommend this book too highly. Tomlinson is thorough and thoughtful, with a real heart to see people healed and growing spiritually. He covers everything from the fine points of regression to the practicality of a client needing to use the toilet. I have read many texts on regression, and worked as a therapist.

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The Future Is Yours: Introducing Future Life Progression – The Dynamic Technique That Reveals Your Destiny

Oct 18th, 2014 | By

Future Life Progression is the amazing new technique from top psychic Anne Jirsch. Already popular with Anne’s celebrity clients, Future Life Progression is a skill that is revealed here for the first time that everyone can learn. It will enable you to tap into your own future wisdom and talents, and create your own destiny.

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Solution-Oriented Hypnosis: An Ericksonian Approach

Oct 14th, 2014 | By

O’Hanlon’s introduction to solution-oriented work and ericksonian hypnosis is top-rate, while managing to avoid excessively leaning on the purple coat-tails of Uncle Milty (Milton H. Erickson), or on anecdotes about how he was once hypnotized by Erickson himself and thus came to find the “true” path to therapeutic success. The experienced practitioner of hypnosis or

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