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Stress Management: A Comprehensive Guide to Wellness

May 17, 2015

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Stress Management: A Comprehensive Guide to Wellness by Edward Charlesworth, Ph.D. & Ronald Nathan, Ph.D. — Completely revised and updated, this invaluable guide helps you identify the areas of stress in your life — familial, work-related, social, emotional — and offers proven techniques for dealing with each of them. New material includes information on how […]

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Sacred Home: Creating — Shelter for Your Soul

May 16, 2015

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Sacred Home: Creating Shelter for Your Soul by Laurine Morrison Meyer —  Meyer, an interior designer, presents an overview of Western religious and folk traditions regarding home protection, purification and sanctity; and explains the four archetypal design styles and how to combine them with the reader’s unique style to create a space that is a […]

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Walk Like a Bear, Stand Like a Tree, Run like the Wind: Cool Yoga, Stretching and Aerobic Activities for Cool Kids

May 14, 2015

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Walk Like a Bear, Stand Like a Tree, Run like the Wind: Cool Yoga, Stretching and Aerobic Activities for Cool Kids by Carol Bassett — This fun and informative full-color, 40-page activity guide informs and inspires children ages 6 to 12 (and parents) to get up, get moving and get fit. The book integrates stretching […]

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Gayle’s Feel-Good Foods: Unbelievably Healthy, Impossibly Delicious, Surprisingly Easy Recipes for Every Day

May 13, 2015

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Gayle’s Feel-Good Foods: Unbelievably Healthy, Impossibly Delicious, Surprisingly Easy Recipes for Every Day by Gayle Reichler, M.S., R.D., CDN —  Reichler’s decadent dishes will change the way you think about healthy food. Her wholesome recipes may be low in fat and sodium, but they are bursting with delicious flavor that will make it easy to […]

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My Secret Heart: Romantic Meditations for Ambient Piano

May 11, 2015

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My Secret Heart: Romantic Meditations for Ambient Piano by Michael Whalen —  Whalen returns to the piano for an intensely personal collection of melodies inspired by true love. He artfully captures the many facets of the emotion and physical bond with his gentle phrasing and lovingly-crafted melodies. With the obvious musical influences of Harold Budd […]

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Floating World

May 10, 2015

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Floating World by Riley Lee and Marshall McGuire —  This collection of French, Japanese and Australian compositions evokes imaginary landscapes through the shakuhachi flute and harp. In presenting three pavanes of Maurice Ravel and Gabriel Faure they pay homage to the ancient dance; three tracks present Erik Satie’s three celebrated “Gymnopedies,” which are evocations of […]

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Spirit of Love: Devotional Chanting and Spiritual Love Songs

May 8, 2015

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Spirit of Love: Devotional Chanting and Spiritual Love Songs by Maya and Sage —  This is an album of worldbeat folk-pop songs and modern-day original chants that is guaranteed to make you feel better. You might even find yourself chanting Jai Sita Ram (spirit of love) in your head on the way to your next […]

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The Best of Both Worlds — World One

May 7, 2015

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The Best of Both Worlds — World One by Tha Tribe —  Singing with power and pride, Tha Tribe of Lawrence, Kansas, continues to be one of pow-wow’s most exciting groups. Their singing and unique style reflect the vitality of today’s pow-wow scene in which time honored traditions are maintained and blended while living and […]

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Mesotherapy — A new answer to America’s health problems

April 2, 2015

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Mesotherapy — A new answer to America’s health problems by Dr. J. Michael Pece —  Mesotherapy was first introduced in Paris, France, in 1952 by Dr. Michel Pistor. For more than 50 years, it has been used safely in France and much of Europe for treating pain associated with sports injuries, arthritis and other inflammatory […]

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Making the connection within yourself

March 30, 2015

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Making the connection within yourself by Sherry Anshara —  Do you realize that when you experience pain in your body, it is your body’s way of communicating with you? Have you ever considered that the origin of this discomfort may not be connected to the specific part of your body experiencing the pain? Has it […]

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Let massage therapy turn your pond into a river

March 27, 2015

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Let massage therapy turn your pond into a river by Shannon Tinder — Come walk along the river with me. The birds are diving down to feed on fish as we brush past the vibrant shrubs and grasses growing along the banks, drinking of the fresh river water. Sounds of the gentle currents soothe our minds. […]

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Are you woman or man enough?

March 24, 2015

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Are you woman or man enough? by Shirley Osborne —  It is a new year. You have made your resolutions, you have written them down and now you are moving ahead, full speed. “New year, new me,” you said. “Out with the old, in with the new — this is the year of me.” It is […]

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Are you too busy?

March 21, 2015

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Are you too busy? by Ada Porat —  “I am so busy, I just do not have the time.” That seems to be what I hear from everyone (myself included). We are all so busy — running around non-stop with more things to get done than we could ever do. We spend all our waking […]

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