The “A Course in Mastering Alchemy: Tools to Shift, Transform and Ascend” is a charming book for anyone looking to clear his mind and heart from all the chaos of the world. Jim Self and Roxane Burnett are the authors of this book. This interactive book helps to truly understand beyond an intellectual level the beautiful beings we all are. You not only read the lessons for understanding but then can experience what each lesson brings through the meditations. It touches the soul.
This book will provide you with all the information, exercises and practical experiences you need to become conscious of the rules and limitations of your present reality. This book is the “user’s manual” for navigating our changing planet. As you read, the text radiates a platform of unlimited potential, joy, beauty and peace. The online videos, audio and meditations combined with text are what makes the book exciting. We recommend its reading to everyone who wants to be happy and masterful in their creations.
The “All Things New” is a story about personal growth and overcoming our owns fears. Lauren Miller is the author of this book. This book follows Jessa on her journey of healing. The lead character’s struggle with mental health issues is realistic and important for teen readers. The story is strong and her work to overcome her mental health issues is powerful. No one at school knows about the panic attacks, the therapy that didn’t help the meds that haven’t worked. But when a severe accident leaves her with a brain injury and visible scars, Jessa can no longer pretend that she’s okay now she looks as shattered as she feels. Fleeing from her old life in Los Angeles, Jessa moves to Colorado to live with her dad, but her anxiety only gets worse in the wake of the accident.
That is until she meets Marshall, a boy with a heart defect whose kindness and generous spirit slowly draw Jessa out of her walled-off shell and into the broken, beautiful, real-world a place where souls get hurt just as badly as bodies and we all need each other to heal. “ALL THINGS NEW” is a love story about perception and truth, physical and emotional pain, and the messy, complicated people we are behind. Overall it is a thought-provoking and emotional story with an amazing circulation of characters.
“Better Than Chocolate: 50 Proven Ways to Feel Happier” distils simple lessons from the world’s major theories about happiness. Siimon Reynolds is the author of this book. This book distils 50 happiness principles from research into easy low-cost or no-cost activities, ways of thinking or being that we can do today to increase our happiness. If we have one life to live on this earth, we might as well do things which increase our happiness rather than decrease or neutralize it. This book is one of the best on the topic of happiness. This book gives you 50 things you can immediately do to increase your happiness. It also reminds those of us who have read extensively on the topic of what actions we can be taking now.
You will probably feel happier just reading it. The book help reader to meet new people, take adult ed classes as an easy way to meet new like-minded people, listen to upbeat music-put more background music on while doing chores, throw out 1/3 of books, clothes and stuff etc. Some of the activities you probably will be doing already, but there will certainly be ones you’ll want to start doing or do more of. It has something to offer anybody who values happiness.
The “There Is No App for Happiness: Finding Joy and Meaning in the Digital Age with Mindfulness, Breathwork, and Yoga” is a must-read book for anyone who wants to be happy. Max Strom is the author of this book. If you are slogging through the 1340 Happiness-related Apps available on your iPhone today, it may better serve you to read Max Strom’s “There’s No App for Happiness,” (which could have alternatively been titled: “Tune in to Your Inner App for Happiness”). Max gives a balanced view of how the explosion of technology, though easing and entertaining our lives in many ways, often keeps us distracted, disconnected, and overwhelmed.
The tells that “You have an internal technology within you, along with all of the apps you need in your heart, mind, and body, to elicit a personal renaissance, but you need to upload this knowledge and begin to use it.” Max goes on to show us how to do this for ourselves through self-awareness, attentiveness to how we utilize our time and energy, and through a personal daily empowerment practice of breath-initiated movement which can heal the body, mind, and spirit. This is an intelligent and thought-provoking work by a warm and light-hearted teacher.