21 Rituals to Change Your Life: Daily Practices to Bring Greater Inner Peace and Happiness


Theresa Cheung - 2017
    The rituals in this book have been designed as symbolic acts providing a framework for anyone to use to create positive change in their lives. The 7 morning rituals are designed to help you 'wake with determination', the 7 afternoon rituals focus on 'living on purpose', and the 7 evening rituals are about 'retiring with satisfaction'.

How to Want What You Have: Discovering the Magic and Grandeur of Ordinary Existence


Timothy Miller - 1994
    Convincing readers that wanting what they have is the secret of happiness, the author offers a practical method to achieve this end by applying principles of compassion, attention, and gratitude to everyday living.

Romancing the Ordinary: A Year of Simple Splendor


Sarah Ban Breathnach - 2002
    Organized as a saunter through the year, "Romancing the Ordinary" celebrates the spirituality of the senses, seasonally and monthly. Ban Breathnach believes that women are endowed not with five senses but with seven. In addition to rediscovering sight, sound, scent, taste, and touch, readers will come to cherish their sense of "knowing" -- a woman's intuitive sense -- and "wonder," her sense of rapture and reverence.Writing in the style so beloved by her millions of readers, and drawing on myth, literature, film, music, and drama, Ban Breathnach encourages each woman to discover what moves her to tears, makes her blood rush to her head, her heart skip a beat, and her soul sigh. Interwoven with the text are seasonal indulgences intended to restore weary feminine souls -- recipes, rituals, decorating, fashion, and gardening hints. By encouraging her to delight in the often overlooked gifts of every day -- from the aroma of simmering homemade spaghetti sauce to the sensation of freshly laundered linen against bare skin -- "Romancing the Ordinary" is sure to help every woman fall in love with Life.

The Little Red Book


Hazelden Foundation - 1987
    Filled with practical information for those first days of sober living, this little book: • offers newcomers advice about the program, how long it takes, and what to look for in a sponsor• provides in-depth discussions of each of the Twelve Steps and related character defects• poses common questions about AA and helping others, identifying where to find answers in the Big Book• features non-sexist language

Something to Smile about: Encouragement and Inspiration for Life's Ups and Downs


Zig Ziglar - 1992
    Touching stories about people who overcame disabilities and disadvantages, or, who overcame all odds in fields from which they were excluded teach us the lessons of a lifetime. Return to the touching stories and anecdotes over and over again. Then, pass them on to others and discover the good feelings and valuable lessons found in side "Something to Smile About's " pages.

Self-Healing with Reiki: How to Create Wholeness, Harmony & Balance for Body, Mind & Spirit


Penelope Quest - 2003
    Reiki master Penelope Quest has written an excellent guide showing how to gain access to the real impact and power of self-healing with Reiki.

Happy Is the New Healthy: 31 Ways to Relax, Let Go, and Enjoy Life NOW!


David Romanelli - 2014
    What did you do last Thursday? What about two weeks ago Monday? Our days are so consumed with emails, telephone calls, errands, status updates, texts, and tweets that entire days go by without one single moment of joy. And we wonder why we are stressed out, anxiety-ridden, tired, walking zombies.Lifestyle and wellness guru Yeah Dave offers a fresh take on what it means to be well and reminds the reader that happiness leads to health, not health to happiness. This book shares simple, immediate ways to feel celebrate life and feel better. This isn’t about green juices and crazy diet regimens.To get you started, Dave asks the reader to take one minute out of our day—1:11pm for example—to stop and RELAX. Dave's mantra: The one who celebrates the small victories and simple pleasures wins the game of life over and over again!

The Way To Happiness


L. Ron Hubbard - 1981
     “It is truly a guide to living a happy and productive life. The day-to-day challenges we face often seem insurmountable. However, honesty and kindness are contagious. The sharing of these traits will make our world a better place.” (Undersecretary of the Army, Washington, D.C.)  “The book The Way To Happiness should be an inspiration to everyone. By following the advice contained in the book, there is no doubt that all will benefit personally and successfully across life's path.” (City Mayor, California)   How do you find real happiness? It can be difficult to keep going when times are tough, or when the choices others make set you back or hinder your progress toward your goals. Here are the real-life, doable actions and attitudes that help those around you build up values based on commonly held, easy-to-understand virtues and precepts.   People from all walks of life use this book every day to dramatically improve their happiness.  “One can feel at times like a spinning leaf blown along a dirty street, one can feel like a grain of sand stuck in one place. But nobody has said that life was a calm and orderly thing: it isn't. One isn't a tattered leaf nor a grain of sand: one can, to greater or lesser degree draw his road map and follow it.” —L. Ron Hubbard   When one follows these principles and assists others to do so, one’s own happiness and survival can be improved.

On Being an Introvert or Highly Sensitive Person: A guide to boundaries, joy, and meaning


Ilse Sand - 2017
    She debates whether these traits are caused by nature or nurture, and shows how someone like this can organise their life to keep them content. What she says is appropriate for people who are temporarily, or for some other reason, in a sensitive situation - for example, because of stress, trauma or burn-out.It describes the introverted personality type and the highly sensitive trait, highlighting the strengths that come with it such as good listening skills and rich imagination, and suggests ways to overcome the negatives such as the need to avoid overstimulation and over-critical thinking.Including advice from other introverts or highly sensitive people, and two self-tests for sensitive and introverted traits, this book provides a deeper understanding of introversion and high sensitivity and gives those with these personality types greater faith and courage in their own talents.

DailyOM: Inspirational Thoughts for a Happy, Healthy, and Fulfilling Day


Madisyn Taylor - 2008
    A companion to the popular DailyOM Website, it is a valuable guide that will enable you to find balance and wellness through conscious awareness. As you read these passages, which touch on topics including meditation, relationships, nature, and more, you’ll see that they’ll make the journey of your life much more meaningful.The gentle and affirming wisdom contained within these pages is intended to make each of your days a little happier, less stressful, and more satisfying. It will introduce you to elements of Mother Nature’s majesty that you may never have noticed before, guide you as you discover the inward peace you’ve longed for, and inspire you to embrace change in every corner of your existence. As you open your mind to the possibilities contained within, you’ll discover that the power to create a fulfilling and more purposeful life was in you all along.

Be Nobody


Lama Marut - 2014
    No one wants to be a loser, a small fry, a big zero.But maybe we've got it all wrong.With his edgy tone and radical perspective, Lama Marut follows up A Spiritual Renegade's Guide to the Good Life by calling for the biggest revolution of all: the overthrow of our obsessive quest to be somebody. It is this quest to distinguish ourselves that is the true cause of our dissatisfaction, leaving us feeling isolated and alone.Drawing from the spiritual truism that only by losing the self can we discover our real potential, Be Nobody provides action steps and simple meditations that lay down the heavy burden of trying to be somebody. Without the need to seclude oneself in a monastery or retire to a cave in the Himalayas, Marut gives readers the freedom to find true fulfillmentSo stop narrating your life and start living it. Be nobody.

The Secret of the Shadow: The Power of Owning Your Story


Debbie Ford - 1998
    Now, Debbie deepens our shadow work and shows how our shadow side holds the key to our happiness. Each of us has a shadow that whispers stories of our own self-defeating fears to us-for example: that we aren′t enough, that we are unworthy of being loved, that we will be deserted by those whom we care about. Debbie guides us to hear those stories and find the positive message within each of them. She shows how understanding our own shadow side can lead us to lives of tremendous fulfillment and peace. Full of case studies and exercises, this book complements her first book on shadow work, which has sold almost half a million copies.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Joy of Less: 101 Stories about Having More by Simplifying Our Lives


Amy Newmark - 2016
    You’ll learn how to say “no” without guilt and put some quality time back in your life. You’ll get tips on attacking the clutter in your home—how to identify it, remove it, and share it or give it away. Experience the freedom of having less in your closets, the power of saying “no,” and the fulfillment you get from focusing on what matters most in your life.

What Is Meditation?


Osho - 1995
    These extracts from his writings cover the whys, whats and wherefores of meditation. Osho urges, cajoles and encourages the reader to step out on the path to peace and fulfilment, and gives advice on how to stay on it.

The Little Book Of Confidence


Susan Jeffers - 1999
    Book Summary of Little Book Of Confidence, The For people faced with public speaking, asserting oneself and making decisions, the author offers practical advice and thought-provoking tips on how to transform their fears into confidence, energy and love.