Want to improve your concentration, reduce stress, and enhance your emotional wellbeing? Meditation is scientifically proven to do all this, and more. Find out how to meditate to suit your lifestyle, whether you are new to meditation or seeking to enhance your existing practice.
The Touch of Healing offers readers the means to greater health, vitality, and self-understanding through the practice of an ancient oriental healing art and practical holistic philosophy called Jin Shin Jystsu.
As an activist in a Chinese jail, Kiri Westby used meditation to maintain her peace amidst the hardship. Seane Corn used yoga and mindfulness to work with child prostitutes in LA. Play therapist Megan Larson says meditation has changed everything, including her work with children. People everywhere are now realizing the profound benefits of mindfulness and meditation to reduce deep-rooted stress, calm the mind, become kinder, and find true happiness.
What happens when we die?’ is the question answered by award-winning journalist Colm Keane in his sensational book Going Home, which contains the most comprehensive descriptions ever provided by Irish men and women about life after death. The No 1 bestseller features interviews with over 60 Irish people, many of whom have died. Through the use of modern-day resuscitation techniques they have been restored once again to life. On their return they have brought back wondrous stories of journeys to the other world. Most have travelled through dark tunnels, entered an intense brightness, been welcomed by deceased family and friends, and encountered a superior being. The majority have felt a profound calmness and serenity. Virtually all have been marked forever by these journeys. Along with relating stories of near-death experiences, out-of-body travel and death-bed visions, the author has discovered old accounts in ancient Irish manuscripts which mirror the stories being related today – these are contained in the book. He also examines the latest scientific evidence.
Highly sensitive people—or empaths—see life through the eyes of compassion and caring. They were born that way. As a result, they carry a tremendous amount of inner light. But they’re also the favored prey of “vampires” who feed off empaths’ energy and disrupt their lives on every level—physical, emotional, and financial.
One of Dr. Wayne Dyer’s favorite quotes was “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” So in this book, which collects some of Wayne’s most classic teachings in a new format, you will find a novel solution for most any problem you may be encountering. For, as Wayne was also fond of saying, “There is no way to happiness. Happiness is the way.”
A fascinating account of the life and times of one of Ireland’s most revered holy men, John Sullivan SJ, who was beatified by Pope Francis. The reader is guided through the various stages of John Sullivan’s life from his school days and university education, to his conversion to Catholicism, to his spiritual and ascetic life in various ministries in Ireland, including his work with the poor and sick in County Kildare
Five hundred years before the birth of Jesus, a God-realized being named Lao-tzu in ancient China dictated 81 verses, which are regarded by many as the ultimate commentary on the nature of our existence. The classic text of these 81 verses, called the Tao Te Ching or the Great Way, offers advice and guidance that is balanced, moral, spiritual, and always concerned with working for the good.
This book is dedicated to your mastery of the art of realizing all your desires. The greatest gift you have been given is the gift of your imagination. Everything that now exists was once imagined. And everything that will ever exist must first be imagined.
Louise’s key message in this powerful work is: “If we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed.” Louise explains how limiting beliefs and ideas are often the cause of illness, and how you can change your thinking…and improve the quality of your life.
If you had to pick five people to sum up your life, who would they be? If you were to raise a glass to each of them, what would you say? And what would you learn about yourself, when all is said and done?
One day in the summer of 2016, Michael Harding’s wife brought an unusual gift home from Warsaw. All of a sudden, he found himself falling back into the old religious devotions of an earlier time. The meaning he had found through years of engagement with therapy began to dissolve.
Here, in On Tuesdays I’m a Buddhist, Harding examines the search for meaning in life which keeps him fastened to the idea of god.