Life is not a series of random events but is orchestrated through a set of natural laws that govern life on Earth. Once we understand these laws, we will have a better understanding of how life works. Once we understand how life works, we can make it work for us instead of against us. This book is a guidebook intended to offer knowledge that you can use throughout life. If I could sum up this entire book in one statement, it would be: Your mind is literally shaping the world around you.
Prosperity is not something you attain; it's something you tune in to. Few people know that the very words they use either attract or repel prosperity (law of attraction). This book is a compilation of modern and ancient techniques on using the power of the spoken word to attract prosperity and abundance in one's life!
Men and women throughout history have searched for the secrets to attaining wealth and prosperity. Little do they know, the secrets already lie within themselves. I have gathered six chapters from the most brilliant books regarding manifestation, The Law of Attraction, and mental science, and created a prosperity powerhouse. Learn the secrets to attaining financial security, forever! Remember, everything starts in the mind.
Have you ever wondered why some people just seem to keep winning in life while others seem to be on downward spirals? People who reach the great heights of success all have one thing in common: They understand how to use one powerful law of the universe. With the knowledge found in this book, I was able to create a life that most people consider a fairy tale.
Love is a beautiful emotion that fills your life with happiness and peace. However, not all of us easily attract this amazing emotion into our lives or allow it to settle for good. In fact many of us are constantly struggling to find and stay in love and happy, and we desire to be surrounded by healthy, happy, and supportive relationships. If you belong to the group of people yearning for love and flourishing relationships and want to attract all sorts of love and fill your life with awesome relationships, then this guide is the perfect match for you.
Emotional intelligence is the other kind of intelligence. It's that something we all have inside of us. It's intangible, but we recognize it when we see it, or feel it, in other people, even if we can't precisely identify it. The amount of emotional intelligence we possess affects every part of our lives, from our relationships to our jobs to our health.
"good info but very short"
The State of Play is a call to consider the high stakes of video game culture and how our digital and real lives collide. Here, video games are not hobbies or pure recreation; they are vehicles for art, sex, and race and class politics. The 16 contributors are entrenched - they are the video game creators themselves, media critics, and Internet celebrities. They share one thing: They are all players at heart, handpicked to form a superstar roster by Daniel Goldberg and Linus Larsson.
"A mixed bag"
Volume III of The Redacted Sherlock Holmes presents six more scintillating stories from the pen of Orlando Pearson about the great Baker Street detective.
Holmes is petitioned by the groom of the Bedlam lunatic asylum to investigate a couple who have appeared at his stables. And after the notorious winter of 1894-5, the politician Mr. Lawler, previously encountered in The Minister and the Moguls, gives Holmes a commission to investigate whether the climate is changing and whether industrialization is the cause.
Peace. Forgiveness. Adventure. Compassion. Love. Healing. Consciousness. Abundance. The grand journey of consciousness culminates with an exciting travel adventure! From the frostbite blizzards of St. Petersburg to the warm tropical breezes of Hawaii; from an isolated barren desert in Africa to a quiet French village on the outskirts of civilization; and from the extreme conditions under a bustling geisha house to a heroine’s grand transformation along the banks of the Nile, get ready for an inspiring collection of soul-evolving experiences.
"Opens up a new form of consciousness"
Sherlock Holmes looks on idle and infuriated from the sidelines while evil has Whitechapel in the grip of fear, evil which bears the infamous name of Jack the Ripper, a name set to raise the hackles on people's necks for generations to come. A fearful officialdom has declared Sherlock persona non grata but is suffering the wrath of public opinion for its failure to bring the murderer to justice.
Dr. Watson is in his surgery when there is an unexpected knock at the door. It is Sherlock Holmes, who explains that he has arranged a meeting with an Italian musicologist, Alberto Gentili, who has found some long-lost autograph manuscripts of the almost unknown 18th century Venetian composer, Antonio Vivaldi. Gentili explains how the manuscripts represent only half of a larger collection. He wants to find the other half before someone else finds it and disperses the collection.
In June of 1961, A. E. Hotchner visited an old friend in the psychiatric ward of St. Mary's Hospital. It would be the last time they spoke: a few weeks later, Ernest Hemingway was released home, where he took his own life. Their final conversation was also the final installment in a story whose telling Hemingway had spread over nearly a decade.
"Papa Made me Cry"
The popular "7 Laws" series focuses on personal growth and the principles of success. This particular book helps you get on the right track and stay motivated through tough times. Inside, Brian offers a variety of potent tips and strategies and explains how you can use networking to gain inspiration from the achievements of other successful people. Unlike what conventional wisdom will tell you, motivation and personality are two completely different things.
This book contains proven steps and strategies for mastering your mind, avoiding distractions, and increasing your productivity. Brian provides a wealth of simple, easy-to-follow techniques and leads you through this challenging and rewarding journey of self-discovery! With this powerful guidebook, you can understand the barriers to progress, like excuses, blame, and denial. You have the strength to see reality as it really is - and start telling yourself the truth.
War hero and Expressionist painter Max Bauer is an ambitious protégé of the artistic-minded - but anti-Modernist - Adolf Hitler. Max is the assigned curator of the infamous Aryan Art and Degenerate Art exhibitions in 1937 Berlin. Torn between ambition and revulsion, he defends his creative integrity, his colleagues, and his steadfast, half-Jewish physician wife Frieda from escalating Nazi terror.
"Highly Recommend -- Love Historical Fiction"
When we look at the incredible feats of engineering that our ancestors were able to achieve, it leaves us in awe. Not just because these structures are beautiful and shrouded in mystery, but because they were constructed on a scale we can't comprehend, thousands of years ago.
"Interesting but too short"
A must for all lovers of serious sleuthing. In Kafka's The Trial, Josef K (here rendered Joseph Carr) is arrested one morning, although he has not done anything wrong, and is put on trial although no charge is ever disclosed to him. Here, Holmes conducts his own investigation into the arrest and subsequent legal process. His solution has uncanny pre-echoes of the early 21st century banking crisis and, in an extraordinary twist, Watson's text even name-checks some of the people that caused it.
The British Government commissions Holmes and Watson to travel to Germany in the company of leading German interpreter Paul-Otto Schmidt, to help the authorities find the man who shot Horst Wessel, the leader of the Storm Troopers. Holmes soon identifies Wessel's attacker and takes part in a politically charged interrogation of him attended by the Gauleiter of Berlin, Joseph Gӧbbels.
Holmes recognizes his nonpareil as he watches cricketer, Don Bradman, at the Oval in 1930. But Holmes's petitioner is none other than future England captain, Douglas Jardine, who wants Holmes to find a way of getting the better of the Australia star.