Books I have read

F**k It: The Ultimate Spiritual Way

Sep 21st, 2014 | By

Saying Fuck It is like massage for the mind – relaxing you, releasing tension, giving up on things that aren’t working. Just starting to say Fuck It can transform your life. Saying Fuck It feels good – to stop struggling and finally do what you fancy; to ignore what everyone’s telling you and go your

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The Tibetan Art of Serenity: How to Heal Fear and Gain Contentment

Sep 20th, 2014 | By

In the ancient Tibetan Bön tradition, the secret of serene, successful living is to have no fear. But in our demanding society, where stress is the norm, fearfulness can become a way of life. I started to read this book last week and found the first few pages readable and reasonably interesting, although the personal

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Through Time into Healing: How Past Life Regression Therapy Can Heal Mind, Body and Soul

Sep 18th, 2014 | By

This book sheds new light on the extraordinary healing potential of past life therapy. It builds on the pioneering work Dr Weiss described in his first book, the worldwide bestseller Many Lives, Many Masters. Authoritative, accessible and based on extensive clinical experience. Uses vivid past life case studies to show the many benefits of regression

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Messages from the Masters: Tapping into the Power of Love

Sep 16th, 2014 | By

‘A gripping love story that transcends time… this book makes you truly believe that we all really do have soulmates, and that “only love is real”.’ (Raymond Moody MD, Author of Life After Death) ‘A fascinating story that will open your mind. Explore the mystery, wisdom and wonder of life and love.’ (Bernie Siegel MD,

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One Last Time: A Psychic Medium Speaks to Those We Have Loved and Lost

Sep 15th, 2014 | By

Looking back, John Edward now sees the early signs that he was destined to become an acclaimed psychic and medium. “There were times when I knew things I shouldn’t have known,” he writes. “Simple things like who was coming over, or who was on the phone.” He knew events in family history that no one

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The Seat of the Soul

Sep 15th, 2014 | By

Zukav questions the Western model of the soul, alleging that the human species is in the midst of a great transformation, evolving from a species that pursues power based upon the perceptions of the five senses–”external power”–to one that pursues power based upon perceptions of the soul–”authentic power.” He believes that humans are immortal souls

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The 10-minute Life Coach

Sep 13th, 2014 | By

Fiona Harrold’s “Be Your Own Life Coach” had great success with its powerfully inspiring message to take control of our lives and achieve our wildest dreams. Now, she shows us how in just 10 minutes each day we can accelerate towards attaining our goals. Follow her winning strategies and: believe in yourself 100 per cent;

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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Sep 11th, 2014 | By

“The book is about finding out what is truly important to your real spiritual self rather than being inundated with material possessions.” Michelle Yeoh (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon) “A captivating story that teaches as it delights.” Paulo Coelho “[Its] principles have been fascinating and there were shared principles from writers such as Robin Sharma and

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The Present : The Gift That Makes You Happier And More Successful At Work And In Life, Today!

Sep 9th, 2014 | By

Johnson’s megaselling Who Moved My Cheese? helped readers cope with changes beyond their control. The author now proffers another easily digestible parable encompassing a related, but broader, topic: how to attain happiness and success in life. In large type that’s easy on eyes both old and young (and that stretches this brief book past 100

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Taproots: Underlying Principles of Milton Erickson’s Therapy and Hypnosis

Sep 8th, 2014 | By

A lot of books have been written about Milton Erickson. I was introduced to Erickson’s work through the work of Bandler and Grinder, now known as NLP (I got my NLP trainer certificate in 1996). This book doesn’t cover the modern NLP as I know it, nor does it cover the work of Steven Gilligan,

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