In this healing tour de force, best-selling authors Louise L. Hay and Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz have teamed up for an exciting reexamination of the quintessential teachings from Heal Your Body. All Is Well brings together Louise’s proven affirmation system with Mona Lisa’s knowledge of both medical science and the body’s intuition to create an easy-to-follow guide for health and well-being. And, for the first time ever, they present scientific evidence showing the undeniable link between the mind and body that makes these healing methods work.
The young and virtuous physician's daughter Helena desperately loves Count Bertram, but he regards her as beneath his notice. When Helena cures the king of France of a mortal illness, he rewards her with Bertram's hand, but before their marriage can be consummated the count flees. To win her husband back again, Helena forms a daring and resourceful plan. A plot to unmask the strutting soldier Parolles makes up another strand in this sometimes disturbing comedy of deception and disguise.
The complete play in five acts.
The penniless orphan of a disreputable earl, Lady Charlene Blanchard thrives on the adventure of picking the pockets of unsavory gentlemen to survive. But due to her extraordinary beauty and prized bloodlines, she is hand chosen as a potential bride for the duke of Baynton, who is on the hunt for a suitable wife to provide heirs. All Char has to do is act the part she was born to play and charm a duke she's never laid eyes on into proposing.
It's a sad and eerie harbinger of our times that the Oprah-watching, crystal-rubbing, Whole Foods-shopping moms and their whipped attorney husbands have taken the ability to reason away from the poor schlub who makes the Bloody Marys. What we used to settle with common sense or a fist, we now settle with hand sanitizer and lawyers. Adam Carolla has had enough of this insanity and he's here to help us get our collective balls back.
Sciatica, moreover back problems in general, really are the worst. Luckily, this audiobook will help you rid your sciatica pain for good. This audiobook will touch on all aspects that could be affecting your sciatic health. Your sciatic nerve, after all, is the longest nerve in your body. You need to take good care of it! This audiobook will teach you exactly what you need to do in order to care for your sciatica and start yourself on the road to recovery.
"Clean. Simple. Straightforward."
All's Well That Ends Well is set mainly in France and at the court of the King in Paris. Helena, the daughter of a talented and reputable doctor, goes to attend to the king who is severely ill. She successfully cures him, and in return, he offers her the hand of any man of her choosing. She asks for Count Bertrand, whom she has always loved. But he is appalled by the match, as she is lowly born. Helena is as resourceful as she is beautiful and contrives to make a good husband of Bertrand.
James Dickey engenders "The Sheep Child", Jack Kerouac hits the road, Brockmeier chronicles the dead, Shakespeare ends all well, and more.
Barring the usual teenage pranks, all seems peaceful at Philly Prep, the private school in Philadelphia where Amanda Pepper teaches English. No doubt the money that appears to be missing from funds collected to aid victims of a catastrophic hurricane Down South will turn up. Probably the rumor that some of Amanda’s students have discovered the thrills of gambling is totally unfounded. In any case, Amanda has other things to think about. Her husband, private investigator C. K. MacKenzie, is struggling to help his Louisiana kinfolk reconstruct their post-hurricane lives.
"Very Enjoyable End to the Series"
When the clever and appealing Helena cures the ailing king of France of an illness, she asks for the hand of Bertram (a proper young Englishman) in return. Her efforts to win Bertram's love are rendered with wit and verve by a distinguished cast, including Claire Bloom, John Stride, Dame Flora Robson, Eric Portman, and Jack MacGowan. This performance brings to life this surprisingly modern play.
Meet Burt Hecker: a mead-drinking, tunic-wearing, medieval re-enactor from upstate New York. He prefers oat gruel to French fries, because potatoes were unavailable in Europe before A.D. 1200. And, at war with the modern world, he enjoys hosting large-scale re-enactments at the Victorian bed and breakfast he calls home.
Bertram's indifference to Helena forces her to use subterfuge in order to comply with the seemingly impossible demands that he places on their engagement. Keep an ear out for the clown - he has the honor of delivering some of the play's best lines!
Baby Boomers are reinventing retirement just as they have so many other aspects of their lives. They will live longer and be healthier than their parents and grandparents, and they plan to remain relevant, be fulfilled, and leave legacies. Many will continue to work well into their 70s and 80s, some because they want to, others because they need to.
This book covers an incredible variety of stretches that you can easily learn and incorporate into your daily life. Be prepared to discover how to stretch out all of your different body parts and the best ways to do these stretches. The benefits of a daily stretching routine are many, and if you would like to live a long and happy life with a healthy body, then this is the book for you! Most people know that exercise is a valuable activity to boosting your health, making you feel great, and helping you grow strong.
"Essential book to have on stretching!"
You need a lotion to soothe, soften, or moisturize your skin, something that does not contain ingredients which will harm you skin in any way. This is true whether you live in a harsh winter climate or in a hot climate which dries your skin. If you purchase a commercial lotion, it can negatively impact your skin, regardless of its promises. Don't let television's beauty advertisements influence your decision, but instead find a great alternative. The perfect solution is a homemade lotion.
Alex Bushnell's life was bland, carefree, and safe, working for a medium-sized San Francisco newspaper, until one night it went all wrong. A chance meeting with a girl at a party, a single night of excess, and suddenly Alex's life spiraled out of control. Hooked on heroin and a girl he can't shake, Alex battles to find himself and the life he so quickly lost. All The Hippes Are Dead is a drug-fueled, sex-crazed coming-of-age novel like no other, placing Henning firmly in the cult-classic district of the literary map.
"Fantastic narrator, VERY explicit"
Perhaps it is a blessing when Jasmine Dent dies in her sleep. At last an end has come to the suffering of a body horribly ravaged by disease. It may well have been suicide; she had certainly expressed her willingness to speed the inevitable. But small inconsistencies lead her neighbor, Superintendent Duncan Kincaid, to a startling conclusion: Dent was murdered. But if not for mercy, why would someone destroy a life already doomed?
"All illness comes from lack of energy, and the greatest energy drainer is mental and emotional stress, which I believe to be the root cause of all illness. Stress is one of the major elements that can erode energy to such a large and permanent extent that the immune system loses all possibility of functioning at an optimum level. The Only Answer to Cancer is an audiobook of hope, and I want you to understand that there is always hope, no matter how bad your health situation is right now."
"Good content but poor presentation"
Do you know that having healthy and beautiful skin is as easy as ABC? Do you know that with simple-to-follow steps you can make your own body butters? This audiobook is great for the beginner or the expert chef. You can dish out a body butter recipe for you and your loved ones - not to be eaten of course, but to be applied on the skin!
BBC Radio has a unique heritage when it comes to Shakespeare. Since 1923, when the newly formed company broadcast its first full-length play, generations of actors and producers have honed and perfected the craft of making Shakespeare to be heard.
"Brush Up Your Shakespeare!"