Books I have read

Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient and the Past-life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives

Jul 30th, 2015 | 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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The Secret Of Shambhala: In Search Of The Eleventh Insight

Jul 29th, 2015 | By

In this inspiring, exciting spiritual adventure set in Tibet, James Redfield, author of the phenomenal international bestseller, The Celestine Prophecy, takes us in search of the Eleventh Insight. Description: In the remote snow-covered mountains near Tibet lies a community long thought to be a mere myth called Shambhala, or Shangri-La. Here, in this place, is

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Magic in Practice: Introducing Medical NLP – The Art and Science of Language in Healing and Health

Jul 28th, 2015 | By

The beauty of this book is that you can short-cut to doing it without having to dissect it. These are simple-to-use tools to help you, family, friends and patients. Of course, you don’t have to read this, just like you didn’t have to become a doctor; but you will be really glad you did. Go

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Sport Hypnosis

Jul 28th, 2015 | By

The author aims to help athletes learn to sharpen their mental focus, relax their bodies, visualize successful performance, think positively, and control their emotions during training or when facing important competitions. The book covers all these psychological skills and more, pointing out their significant role in performance and presenting training exercises that will develop and

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Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity

Jul 27th, 2015 | By

Not only for fans of David Lynch’s works this book on Transcendental Meditation and its ways of how to get ideas can be interesting. Every person who looks for a way to more creativity and inspiration can profit from this book. Of course the author mainly talks about his movies and experiences with the life

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Everything You Want to Know About TM — Including How to Do it

Jul 25th, 2015 | By

Wildly popular in the 1970s and 80s, Transcendental Meditation (TM) continues to be one of the most accessible forms of Eastern spiritual practice in the West. But does it live up to its hype? In this objective exploration of TM, consciousness researcher John White looks at what’s billed as “a simple, natural, and effortless mental

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Therapeutic Metaphors: Helping Others Through the Looking Glass

Jul 25th, 2015 | By

When you tell a story, the listener identifies with the lead character in the story, in essence believing the character is them. Can you imagine how powerful a story you can tell, knowing the listener is identifying with the main character, and how this can be applied either to sales or relationships. I remember telling

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Secrets from the Afterterlife

Jul 24th, 2015 | By

What an uplifting and enjoyable read. Colin is an exceptionally nice man that has a wonderful outlook on life and how living our lives to the fullest, and enjoying the wonderful gift of love that we’ve been given, is so important. He talks about some of the best messages he’s received from the otherside, and

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Reframing: Neurolinguistic Programming and the Transformation of Meaning

Jul 23rd, 2015 | By

Reframing is the art of shifting meaning. Bandler and Grinder put their attention on using communication, verbal and non-verbal, to shift meaning in their client’s models of the world. An emphasis is on using language and language patterns. In this regard they succeed admirably. However, where I think they go off track is in their

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The Magician’s Way: What It Really Takes to Find Your Treasure

Jul 21st, 2015 | By
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It seems as though Mark Vale’s dream is crumbling. He thought he could have the best of both worlds, live in the country and make big city money. Then, reality hit. The upkeep of the house was hard work and the money dried up. At his lowest point, a friend sent him for a golf

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