The Secret Pleasures of Menopause


Christiane Northrup - 2008
    . . life has just begun! It is the beginning of a very exciting and fulfilling time, full of pleasure beyond your wildest dreams!Dr. Northrup believes that it’s time for you to step forward and learn to enjoy the best years of your life! Even though studies show that menopause doesn’t decrease libido, ease of reaching orgasm, or sexual satisfaction, the majority of menopausal women aren’t experiencing the pleasure and sexual satisfaction that is their birthright. It is a long-held misconception that menopause signals “the beginning of the end,” and nothing could be further from the truth.In this fascinating book, Dr. Northrup candidly guides you toward experiencing life after 50 as the most pleasurable time of your life!

365 Sex Positions: A New Way Every Day for a Steamy, Erotic Year


Lisa Sweet - 2009
    It presents a broad range of positions including sensual, loving, challenging, and acrobatic. From January 1 to December 31, 365 Sex Positions offers couples an exciting new way to spice up their sex lives every day of the year. Opening this book to any page reveals an enticing new position complete with how-to information, enjoyment tips, and an evocative photograph of the position. Clearly written, with an easy-to-use design and a belief that nothing heats up a couple's bedroom as fast as a new position, 365 Sex Positions is the ultimate tool for achieving higher levels of pleasure. This stylish and attractive guide offers something for everyone. There are erotic variations on the missionary, doggie, and cowgirl positions; modern examples of Kama Sutra classics; and acrobatic positions for advanced lovemaking.

Yoga: The Science of the Soul


Osho - 1984
    But in fact, yoga has its roots in centuries of rigorous investigation and research in the East to develop an understanding of human consciousness and its potential.In Yoga, Osho explains the meaning of some of the most important Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, an early "scientist of the soul" who is credited with being the father of Raja Yoga, or the "royal path" of yoga that uses physical postures and breath primarily as a means to achieve higher states of consciousness. With a fresh translation of these ancient texts, and unique Osho insights into the modern mind and its psychology, Patanjali comes to life on the pages with an approach to using yoga for greater self-understanding that is absolutely relevant to our times.An invaluable resource for beginning or experienced yoga practitioners, and for anyone who seeks to better understand the intricate and powerful relationship that exists between body and mind

Educated / Where the Crawdads Sing


Tara Westover
    She hadn’t been registered for a birth certificate. She had no school records because she’d never set foot in a classroom, and no medical records because her father didn’t believe in hospitals.As she grew older, her father became more radical and her brother more violent. At sixteen, Tara knew she had to leave home. In doing so she discovered both the transformative power of education, and the price she had to pay for it. Where the Crawdads Sing: For years, rumors of the "Marsh Girl" have haunted Barkley Cove, a quiet town on the North Carolina coast. So in late 1969, when handsome Chase Andrews is found dead, the locals immediately suspect Kya Clark, the so-called Marsh Girl. But Kya is not what they say. Sensitive and intelligent, she has survived for years alone in the marsh that she calls home, finding friends in the gulls and lessons in the sand. Then the time comes when she yearns to be touched and loved. When two young men from town become intrigued by her wild beauty, Kya opens herself to a new life - until the unthinkable happens.

Mrs D is Going Within


Lotta Dann - 2017
    She’s often on edge, battles to cope with the busyness and constant upheavals of life, and is eating sugar like crazy to deal with tough emotions. It’s becoming clear what people mean when they say "putting down the drink is just the beginning." The truth is, Lotta’s life-long drinking habit has left her as a fledgling emotionally. She’s slowly accepting that she needs to do some more work on herself. But what? Turn into a hippie and go all mindful and zen? Isn’t all that stuff boring, introspective, and weird? Can’t she just comfort herself with another chocolate muffin, distract herself on Instagram, and hope for the best? It would appear not. Here, Lotta outlines the practices she developed and strategies she worked on to start establishing herself as an emotionally robust woman.

The Works of Sigmund Freud


Sigmund Freud - 1952
    Author's biography and A Young Girl's Diary in the trial version. Features Navigate from Table of Contents or search for words or phrases Make bookmarks, notes, highlights Searchable and interlinked. Access the e-book anytime, anywhere - at home, on the train, in the subway. Automatic synchronization between the handheld and the desktop PC. You could read half of the book on the handheld, then finish reading on the desktop. Table of Contents Dream Psychology Translated by M. D. EderThe Interpretation of Dreams (3rd edition) Translated by A. A. BrillThree Contributions to the Theory of Sex Translated by A. A. BrillA Young Girl's Diary Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul Appendix:Sigmund Freud BiographySetup and NavigationAbout

Bringing Yoga to Life: The Everyday Practice of Enlightened Living


Donna Farhi - 2003
    This is the philosophy of yoga as a path to a deeper awareness of self. Drawing upon her years of teaching with students, Farhi guides readers through all the pitfalls and promises of navigating a spiritual practice.Farhi's engaging and accessible style and broad experience offer important teachings for newcomers and seasoned practitioners of yoga alike. And because her teachings of yoga philosophy extend into every corner of daily life, this book is an equally accessible guide to those seeking spiritual guidance without learning the pretzel bendings of the physical practice itself. As one of the top teachers worldwide, Farhi's exploration of the core philosophy of yoga is destined to become an instant classic.

Yoga Body, Buddha Mind


Cyndi Lee - 2000
    This easy-to-use guide shows readers of all yoga levels how to combine the basic tenets of Buddhism and meditation with yoga practice. Her book offers simple meditation programs and exercise sequences that can be done just about anywhere, in addition to more advanced and rigorous regimens. Written in the same personal, comfortable, and charismatic style that Cyndi Lee has brought to her classes, Yoga Body, Buddha Mind is a comprehensive how-to guide for spiritual well-being and the ultimate enlightening experience.

A Caregiver's Guide to Lewy Body Dementia


Helen Buell Whitworth - 2010
    Sadly Lewy Body Dementia is not well-known or understood and is often confused with Alzheimer's Disease. After the death of Jim Whitworth's first wife from Lewy Body Dementia he co-founded the Lewy Body Dementia Association in 2003, with the aim of educating caregivers, family members, and friends of people living with the disease. A Caregiver's Guide to Lewy Body Dementia is a guide and resource to Lewy Body Dementia. It is written in everyday language and filled with personal examples that connect to the readers own experiences. The book provides an accurate, detailed view of the disease in easy to understand terms. The book includes quick fact and quick tip boxes that summarize facts and caregiving tips for easy reference, a comprehensive resource guide including respite care, nursing homes, and neurologists, and a glossary of terms and acronyms related to Lewy Body Dementia. A Caregiver's Guide to Lewy Body Dementia is the first book to present a thorough picture of Lewy Body Dementia in an easy-to-read format. It is the ideal resource for caregivers, family members, and friends of individuals living with the disease seeking to understand Lewy Body Dementia.

Painful Yarns: Metaphors and Stories to Help Understand the Biology of Pain


G. Lorimer Moseley - 2007
    Lorimer Moseley, is a compilation of hilarious stories and images intended to help explain the complexity of pain. These stories, while entertaining, are used as metaphors to explain key aspects of the biology of pain. 'Painful Yarns' is a perfect pre-read for 'Explain Pain'.

The Function of the Orgasm


Wilhelm Reich - 1942
    This book describes Reich's medical and scientific work on the living organism from his first efforts at the Medical School of the University of Vienna in 1919 to the laboratory experiments in Oslo in 1939 which revealed the existence of a radiating biological energy, orgone energy.The subject of "sexuality" is basic to this work, and Reich shows clearly its importance for human life and its relevance in understanding the social problems of our time.

The Essential Yoga Sutra: Ancient Wisdom for Your Yoga


Michael Roach - 2005
    Although little is known about Patanjali (most scholars estimate that he lived in India circa 200–300 b.c.), his writings have long been recognized as a vital contribution to the philosophy and practice of yoga. This new, expert translation of the original Sanskrit text of Patanjali’s best-known work presents his seminal ideas and methods in accessible, plain-language English. Patanjali organized the sutra into four parts: Samadhi (absorption), Sadhana (practice), Vibhuti (supernatural powers), and Kaivalya (liberation). Each represents a step in breaking free of our limited definition of consciousness and training the mind to achieve oneness with the universe. Geshe Michael Roach, one of the most respected teachers of Tibetan Buddhism in America and a renowned scholar of Sanskrit, provides authoritative commentary on each of the sutras. His notes and clarification are straightforward and highly readable, untainted by obscure, academic terminology or New Age jargon. The first edition of the Yoga Sutra to present a Buddhist perspective, this paperback original will be welcomed by students and spiritual seekers alike.

Yoga Mind and Body


Anonymous - 1996
    Practice the 12 basic Yogic postures and the advanced asanas, which are illustrated in easy-to-follow photographic sequences. Learn how to perform them properly, and how to increase your personal level of skill gradually in the time you have available. Discover the benefits of proper breathing through simple step-by-step exercises, and feel how this infuses you with renewed energy. Learn to relax physically and mentally, letting go of stressful situations by adopting a positive attitude and Yogic philosophy. Purify and strengthen your body and mind with nutritionally balanced meals, following dietary advice and imaginative vegetarian recipes. Unlock the hidden powers of the mind through meditation, explore the benefits of positive thinking, and discover within yourself a broader sense of purpose.

Lean Forward Into Your Life: Begin Each Day as If It Were on Purpose


Mary Anne Radmacher - 2007
    And in Lean Forward into Your Life she invites us to do the same. Or as she says, Lean Forward into Your Life is a commonplace book for leading an uncommon life. An uncommon life need not include fame and fortune. An uncommon life means living with intention, paying attention, celebrating, taking care of yourself, risking love. To live an uncommon life is to live large from the heart. Each section of Lean Forward into Your Life opens with a hand-lettered aphorism in the author's signature collage style. The essays, stories, and exercises that follow are designed to bring the reader into her or his own uncommon life. In the tradition of The Invitation, by Oriah Mountain Dreamer and I Will Not Die an Unlived Life by Dawna Markova, poems that evolved into best-selling books, Lean Forward into Your Life is an intimate book that leads readers into the center of their own ability to change the world. * An invitation to the millions of people who want to make the most of their lives and leave the world a slightly better place.

Little Book of Inner Peace: Simple practices for less angst, more calm


Ashley Davis Bush - 2017
    With practical tools, strategies and exercises harnessing the benefits of mindfulness, meditation, gratitude, creativity, relaxation and compassion, this book will guide you towards your own inner peace and help you to find harmony with those around you: family, friends, your community and the world.CONTENTSIntroduction1. Grounded and Rooted2. Equanimity3. Acceptance4. Gratitude5. Compassion6. Something More7. Towards World PeaceReferencesAcknowledgements