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You can live to be a hundred and enjoy each of those years as a fully functioning person–or so says Chopra (Unconditional Life, 1991, etc.) in this challenging work. Prolonging fruitful lives is not a question of mind over matter, Chopra contends, but, rather, of mind and matter–mind and body–together at one with the universe.
“A codependent person is one who has let another person’s behavior affect him of her, and who is obsessed with controlling that person’s behavior.” To be codependent is to have a problem with control. Codependent control issues cannot be fixed by learning new control techniques. The cure lies in intuiting and feeling. Beattie does not write to teach as much as she writes to help the reader feel.
Anger is the most misunderstood and, consequently, painful of our emotions. The author of The Flying Boy describes how repressing anger can have profound effects on personal health and guides readers step by step through the process of getting past their fears.
Hay’s “little blue book” is still considered the most comprehensive guide to the probable mental causes behind illness in your body. It offers positive new thought patterns to replace negative feelings and shows how a change in attitude can result in a permanent state of health and well-being. It includes an alphabetical chart of physical ailments, the probable causes, and healing affirmations to help you eliminate old patterns.
The “Child Within” refers to that part of each of us which is ultimately alive, energetic, creative and fulfilled; it is our real self-who we truly are.
Charles L. Whitfield
In an emotionally revealing way, Bradshaw shows us how toxic shame is the core problem in our compulsions, co-dependencies, addictions, and the drive to super achieve, resulting in the breakdown in the family system and our inability to go forward with our lives
A guide to understanding and mourning the damage done to the inner child recreates the transformative experiences of the author’s popular inner child workshops
This book has helped many people find their way from the fear and distrust in poor relationships to fulfillment in meaningful ones. Psychotherapist Brenda Schaeffer draws on common sense, compassion, and years of experience to provide tools for moving from addictive to healthy love
Unconditional love is the most powerful stimulant of the immune system. The truth is: love heals. Miracles happen to exceptional patients every day–patients who have the courage to love, those who have the courage to work with their doctors to participate in and influence their own recovery.
Bernie S. Siegel
Deepak Chopra, M.D.
Perfect Health :The Complete Mind/Body Guide
Today’s most influential health authority unites his medical training with a holistic healing system in this timely reissue of his most comprehensive work, taking listeners to the deepest level of the mind/body connection to make life-saving changes.
Exploring the Frontiers of Mind Body Medicine
Here is an extraordinary new approach to healing by an extraordinary physician-writer — a book filled with the mystery, wonder, and hope of people who have experienced seemingly miraculous recoveries from cancer and other serious illnesses.
Deepak Chopra, M.D
Larry Dossey, M.D.
This book describes the essence of how various illnesses may be brought on by our misperceptions of space and time, and what we can do to change our pereceptions and heal ourselves.
How to overcome emotional barriers through learning to listen to your inner voice, loving the child within, letting your true feelings out, and much more
Peck’s insight will help even more travelers find their way as they learn to delay gratification, accept responsibility, embrace reality and maintain flexibility
M. Scott Peck, M.D.
Meyer Friedman & Diane Ulmer
In collaboration with Diane Ulmer, R.N., M.S., Dr. Friedman tells Type A personalities — the more than half of urban American males (and a growing number of females) driven by compulsive time urgency, aggressive competitiveness, and free-floating hostility — how to reduce their alarmingly high risk of coronary heart disease.
The timeless message of the book is that we are each responsible for our own reality and “dis-ease.” Hay believes we make ourselves ill by having thoughts of self-hatred. She includes a directory of ailments and emotional causes for each with a corresponding affirmation to help overcome the illness.