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Outlines practical techniques for making permanent healthy changes by breaking free of self-sabotaging habitual beliefs while connecting with genuine priorities.
A short eBook designed to quiet your mind and settle your body. You have what it takes to be an excellent parent. You have all the answers within you; all you need to do is tap into that space and trust your instincts. Learn to listen to your intuition and break free from the tendencies that lead you to become a frantic, stressed-out parent. A leader in mindfulness psychology, Dr. Elisha Goldstein demonstrates how to use the space between stimulus and response to break free from habitual beliefs and thoughts that don’t serve you in becoming the best parent you can be. These techniques will allow you to connect to the present moment to make deep, permanent life changes. In essence, this book teaches the foundation for how the now—this very moment—can change the rest of your life.
A licensed psychologist and co-founder of the Mindfulness Center for Psychotherapy and Psychiatry offers easy mental exercises and techniques to help remain calm while traveling, describing how to gain freedom from your worries and find a place of harmony.
A short eBook designed to quiet your mind and settle your body. You don’t have to suffer from insomnia anymore. You don’t have to lie in bed thinking about how terrible the next day is going to be because you can’t get any rest. You can gain clarity and freedom over your troubled mind and tap into a place of harmony that is going to lead you to a good night’s sleep. Learn how to quiet your busy mind and break the cycle that keeps you in a state of agitation. A leader in mindfulness psychology, Dr. Elisha Goldstein demonstrates how to use the space between stimulus and response to break free from habitual beliefs and thoughts that keep you from sleeping well. These techniques will allow you to connect to the present moment to make deep, permanent life changes. In essence, this book teaches the foundation for how the now—this very moment—can change the rest of your life.
This study deals with time and with music, and the link between the two is the suggestion that music is a modeling of the way we construct time. Time the now, duration, succession and order of succession; the past, the future is seen as a resource for managing systemic disequilibrium and as the evolutionary elaboration of the now. As organic dynamical systems humans maintain themselves by means of self-regulatory actions, nows, and these nows are proposed as feeding off a pre-temporal, interindividually accessed energy in nature, an ongoing cosmic proto-present. Speech is a way out of sensory immediacy and a way into a complex shared world where coordination and planning take place away from the distractions of the present as given by the senses. Music is presented as one of a group of behaviors comprising the arts and games that evolved in parallel with language to compensate for its abstractness. Language tends to the complexly abstract and music favors the complex, sensorially concrete: like speech, music operates on a synthetic plane, but provides synthetic occasions for sensory immediacy at a level of complexity to match that of language.
In Landscape of the Now, author Kent De Spain takes readers on a deep journey into the underlying processes and structures of postmodern movement improvisation. Based on a series of interviews with master teachers who have developed unique approaches that are taught around the world - Steve Paxton, Simone Forti, Lisa Nelson, Deborah Hay, Nancy Stark Smith, Barbara Dilley, Anna Halprin, and Ruth Zaporah - this book offers the rare opportunity to find some clarity in what is often a complex and confusing experience. After more than 20 years of research, De Spain has created an extensive list of questions that explore issues that arise for the improviser in practice and performance as well as resources that influence movements and choices. Answers to these questions are placed side by side to create dialog and depth of understanding, and to see the range of possible approaches experienced improvisers might explore. In its nineteen chapters, Landscape of the Now delves into issues like the influence of an audience on an improviser's choices or how performers "track" and use their experience of the moment. The book also looks at the role of cognitive skills, memory, space, emotion, and the senses. One chapter offers a rare opportunity for an honest discussion of the role of various forms of spirituality in what is seen as a secular dance form. Whether read from cover to cover or pulled apart and explored a subject at a time, Landscape of the Now offers the reader a kind of map into the mysterious realm of human creativity, and the wisdom and experience of artists who have spent a lifetime exploring it.
The New Age buzz is everywhere-from yoga and naturopaths, to angels, Wicca and manifesting abundance. Wacky stuff? Maybe. But while your veterinarian is offering holistic healing for dogs, the corner gift shop is stocking charka kits and voodoo dolls, and your great-aunt is taking Tai Chi. The New Age is now. You are already living in the Now Age, why not take a step into today's spiritual scene and see what the buzz is really about? Expertly guided by Zsuzsana Summer, who has been mentoring and coaching clients since 1997 in exploring metaphysical and spiritual living, you will learn all the basics of: Meditation Exploration Dreams Developing Your Psychic Skills Make Your Own Magic Manifesting Abundance Healing and Energy Work Living the Life of Your true You! From angels to witchcraft, from affirmations to oracles, the spiritual path beckons us all-and whether you are just beginning your explorations, or want a guiding hand along your path, The Now Age can help you go from Spiritual Basics to Spiritual Bliss. Let the buzz begin!

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