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Posted 18 April 2007 - 01:02 PM
Go deep into hypnosis for the ultimate altered-state-of- consciousness-experience. After a short preparatory talk, this session begins with a full 40 minute induction. Following a body relaxation and self-release suggestion, you are directed to descent long steps to a beautiful garden. For a few minutes you explore and enjoy the garden, then descend more steps to a wildfower meadow and cozy cabin. Again, after enjoying the environment, you descend many tiers of stairs to a sandy beach where you find a cave leading to a past life.
Inside the cave you will hear, 'As you move through the darkness, you begin to see a light in the distance... and as you walk toward the light your higher kind is choosing a past lifetime that will be of value for you to explore at this time'.
While re-experiencing this past life, Dick will direct you from event to event, asking you to attain awareness about your relationships and career, plus directing explorations such as "A karmic overview of the incarnation - how the people in the past life relate to your present incarnation, what you did and did not learn and how the past is affecting the present". This is the ultimate past-life regression.** Complete instructions inside and on Track l**
Past Life Regression
7 tracks 128kbs stereo
1 - Introduction
2 - Initial Induction
3 - Deepening in the Garden
4 - Deepening at the Cabin
5 - Deepening on the Beach
6 - Past-Life Regression
7 - Awakening
Posted 09 May 2007 - 02:01 PM
Letters to My Son
A Father's Wisdom on Manhood, Women, Life and Love
New World Library 08/94 Paperback $12.95
In this book Kent Nerburn speaks from his heart about those serious matters which are part and parcel of the masculine journey through life. "Being male is not enough; being a man is a right to be earned and an honor to be cherished," writes Nerburn. His vision of what manhood means is informed by spiritual values of caring, compassion, wonder, giving, stillness, and living in the moment.
He tells his son that "we need gentleness of spirit more than we need greatness of physical strength." An essay on work emphasizes the inner satisfaction that derives from doing something worthwhile. Nerburn believes that giving is a generative act that sets good things in motion. He warns his son about the seductions of drugs and alcohol, the limiting nature of possessions, and the soul sickness that emanates from fighting.
Nerburn bypasses conventional masculine stereotypes by celebrating the delights of art, travel, solitude, and the spiritual journey. This expansive spirit continues in essays on women and men, falling in love, the mystery of sex, partners and marriage where the emphasis is upon responsiveness, honesty, and wholeness.
Near the end, Nerburn gives his son this advice: "Care for those around you. Look past their differences. Their dreams are no less than yours, their choices in life no more easily made." Letters to My Son is a wise and well written book which deserves the widest possible audience. It restores soul to the adventure of manhood.
Posted 08 July 2007 - 08:46 PM
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It's a book about rapid cognition, about the kind of thinking that happens in a blink of an eye. When you meet someone for the first time, or walk into a house you are thinking of buying, or read the first few sentences of a book, your mind takes about two seconds to jump to a series of conclusions. Well, "Blink" is a book about those two seconds, because I think those instant conclusions that we reach are really powerful and really important and, occasionally, really good.
You could also say that it's a book about intuition, except that I don't like that word. In fact it never appears in "Blink." Intuition strikes me as a concept we use to describe emotional reactions, gut feelings--thoughts and impressions that don't seem entirely rational. But I think that what goes on in that first two seconds is perfectly rational. It's thinking--its just thinking that moves a little faster and operates a little more mysteriously than the kind of deliberate, conscious decision-making that we usually associate with "thinking." In "Blink" I'm trying to understand those two seconds. What is going on inside our heads when we engage in rapid cognition? When are snap judgments good and when are they not? What kinds of things can we do to make our powers of rapid cognition better?
2. How can thinking that takes place so quickly be at all useful? Don't we make the best decisions when we take the time to carefully evaluate all available and relevant information?
Certainly that's what we've always been told. We live in a society dedicated to the idea that we're always better off gathering as much information and spending as much time as possible in deliberation. As children, this lesson is drummed into us again and again: haste makes waste, look before you leap, stop and think. But I don't think this is true. There are lots of situations--particularly at times of high pressure and stress--when haste does not make waste, when our snap judgments and first impressions offer a much better means of making sense of the world.
One of the stories I tell in "Blink" is about the Emergency Room doctors at Cook County Hospital in Chicago. That's the big public hospital in Chicago, and a few years ago they changed the way they diagnosed heart attacks. They instructed their doctors to gather less information on their patients: they encouraged them to zero in on just a few critical pieces of information about patients suffering from chest pain--like blood pressure and the ECG--while ignoring everything else, like the patient's age and weight and medical history. And what happened? Cook County is now one of the best places in the United States at diagnosing chest pain.
Not surprisingly, it was really hard to convince the physicians at Cook County to go along with the plan, because, like all of us, they were committed to the idea that more information is always better. But I describe lots of cases in "Blink" where that simply isn't true. There's a wonderful phrase in psychology--"the power of thin slicing"--which says that as human beings we are capable of making sense of situations based on the thinnest slice of experience. I have an entire chapter in "Blink" on how unbelievably powerful our thin-slicing skills are. I have to say that I still find some of the examples in that chapter hard to believe.
3. Where did you get the idea for "Blink"?
Believe it or not, it's because I decided, a few years ago, to grow my hair long. If you look at the author photo on my last book, "The Tipping Point," you'll see that it used to be cut very short and conservatively. But, on a whim, I let it grow wild, as it had been when I was teenager. Immediately, in very small but significant ways, my life changed. I started getting speeding tickets all the time--and I had never gotten any before. I started getting pulled out of airport security lines for special attention. And one day, while walking along 14th Street in downtown Manhattan, a police van pulled up on the sidewalk, and three officers jumped out. They were looking, it turned out, for a rapist, and the rapist, they said, looked a lot like me. They pulled out the sketch and the description. I looked at it, and pointed out to them as nicely as I could that in fact the rapist looked nothing at all like me. He was much taller, and much heavier, and about fifteen years younger (and, I added, in a largely futile attempt at humor, not nearly as good-looking.) All we had in common was a large head of curly hair. After twenty minutes or so, the officers finally agreed with me, and let me go. On a scale of things, I realize this was a trivial misunderstanding. African-Americans in the United State suffer indignities far worse than this all the time. But what struck me was how even more subtle and absurd the stereotyping was in my case: this wasn't about something really obvious like skin color, or age, or height, or weight. It was just about hair. Something about the first impression created by my hair derailed every other consideration in the hunt for the rapist, and the impression formed in those first two seconds exerted a powerful hold over the officers' thinking over the next twenty minutes. That episode on the street got me thinking about the weird power of first impressions.
4. But that's an example of a bad case of thin-slicing. The police officers jumped to a conclusion about you that was wrong. Does "Blink" talk about when rapid cognition goes awry?
Yes. That's a big part of the book as well. I'm very interested in figuring out those kinds of situations where we need to be careful with our powers of rapid cognition. For instance, I have a chapter where I talk a lot about what it means for a man to be tall. I called up several hundred of the Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. and asked them how tall their CEOs were. And the answer is that they are almost all tall. Now that's weird. There is no correlation between height and intelligence, or height and judgment, or height and the ability to motivate and lead people. But for some reason corporations overwhelmingly choose tall people for leadership roles. I think that's an example of bad rapid cognition: there is something going on in the first few seconds of meeting a tall person which makes us predisposed toward thinking of that person as an effective leader, the same way that the police looked at my hair and decided I resembled a criminal. I call this the "Warren Harding Error" (you'll have to read "Blink" to figure out why), and I think we make Warren Harding Errors in all kind of situations-- particularly when it comes to hiring. With "Blink," I'm trying to help people distinguish their good rapid cognition from their bad rapid cognition.
5. What kind of a book is "Blink"?
I used to get that question all the time with "The Tipping Point," and I never really had a good answer. The best I could come up with was to say that it was an intellectual adventure story. I would describe "Blink" the same way. There is a lot of psychology in this book. In fact, the core of the book is research from a very new and quite extraordinary field in psychology that hasn't really been written about yet for a general audience. But those ideas are illustrated using stories from literally every corner of society. In just the first four chapters, I discuss, among other things: marriage, World War Two code-breaking, ancient Greek sculpture, New Jersey's best car dealer, Tom Hanks, speed-dating, medical malpractice, how to hit a topspin forehand, and what you can learn from someone by looking around their bedroom. So what does that make "Blink?" Fun, I hope.
6. What do you want people to take away from "Blink"?
I guess I just want to get people to take rapid cognition seriously. When it comes to something like dating, we all readily admit to the importance of what happens in the first instant when two people meet. But we won't admit to the importance of what happens in the first two seconds when we talk about what happens when someone encounters a new idea, or when we interview someone for a job, or when a military general has to make a decision in the heat of battle.
"The Tipping Point" was concerned with grand themes, with figuring out the rules by which social change happens. "Blink" is quite different. It is concerned with the smallest components of our everyday lives--with the content and origin of those instantaneous impressions and conclusions that bubble up whenever we meet a new person, or confront a complex situation, or have to make a decision under conditions of stress. I think its time we paid more attention to those fleeting moments. I think that if we did, it would change the way wars are fought, the kind of products we see on the shelves, the kinds of movies that get made, the way police officers are trained, the way couples are counseled, the way job interviews are conducted and on and on--and if you combine all those little changes together you end up with a different and happier world.
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Anne Hooper - Kama Sutra for 21st Century Lovers
Size: 21282 KB | Pages 360 | Aug., 2007 | PDF
Author: Dorling Kindersley Adult
Bringing together the most exciting elements of Eastern eroticism, including over 100 sexual positions taken from the Kama Sutra, the Ananga Ranga, The Perfumed Garden, and the Tao, Kama Sutra for 21st Century Lovers updates and reinterprets the classic, 2,000 year-old sex manual. Fully illustrated and featuring specially commissioned photographs, this newly created classic is a font of information on achieving, enriching, and diversifying sexual pleasure. The author emphasizes the importance of pressure points, manners, artistic freedom and, most of all, finding and pursuing a loving sexual relationship. Anne Hooper is a noted sex therapist, marriage counselor, and a best-selling author. Her books include Pocket Kama Sutra, Great Sex Guide, Great Sex Games, and Ultimate Sex. She also regularly contributes to magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Elle, Playboy, and Maxim.
Kama Sutra - Ancient Indian Illustrated Handbook (eBook)
83 pages with illustrations - PDF format
Kama Sutra takes you back to an India where sexuality was an integral part of life and an avenue to spiritual bliss. As Devadatta Shastri says in his commentary: “At the moment when the peak of bliss is attained, the internal and external world vanish. The man and woman cease to be separate entities and lose themselves in the beatitudes of being.”
A Girl's Guide to 21st Century Sex
When it goes right, sex is the easiest and most natural thing in the world. And when it goes wrong, it's the most wretched. That's when you need a Girl's Guide to 21st Century Sex.
NOTE: THIS IS NOT A PORN VIDEO
A Girl's Guide to 21st Century Sex is an 8 part TV series about sex, billed as a documentary and running on the British broadcasting station Five. The 45-minute long episodes (including advertisements) were broadcast on Monday nights and presented by Dr. Catherine Hood. The series started on 30 October 2006, with the final programme broadcast on 18 December 2006.
Each episode explained a sex position and covered a sexually transmitted disease. Additionally the following topics were covered: sex among handicapped and overweight people, penis enlargement devices, penis enlargement surgery, anal sex, tantric sex, the g-spot, erectile dysfunction, sex reassignment surgery, cosmetic surgery of the vagina (labiaplasty), swinging, lichen sclerosus, the use of recreational drugs during sex, sex on public toilets, full body plastic wrap bondage, and sex dolls.
The first few episodes of the series are extremely explicit, showing erect penises and close-ups of a vulva as well as detailed footage of sexual intercourse including penetration and ejaculation (both filmed with a tiny camera from within the vagina). In subsequent episodes, most such footage was heavily (and seemingly hastily) censored through blurring; however, the programme remains perhaps the most explicit ever to be broadcast on mainstream UK television.
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Posted 06 September 2009 - 10:40 PM
Now you can unlock the secrets to predicting â€“ and creating â€“ your future!
Youâ€™ll be spellbound as Robert Kiyosaki guides you through timeless insights on the future, inspired by Dr. R. Buckminster Fuller. Building on the wisdom of economic experts like G. Edward Griffin, author of â€śThe Creature From Jekyll Island,â€ť and Richard Duncan, author of â€śThe Dollar Crisis,â€ť Robert will teach you how to predict and prosper from the future of money. Hear commentary by authors Griffin and Duncan during the event as Robert interacts with them by teleconference.
With over ten hours of footage, this expanded highlights DVD gives you an even more generous taste of the sold out event. See and hear selected strategies you can apply to predict the future and transform your life.
As you sample what the audience experienced at Robertâ€™s most recent and most intensive 3-day event, you will learn:
* How to predict the future by learning from past cycles and events
* The importance of the Mandrake Mechanism and how to benefit from it
* How to design your future using the PERT technique
The SOLD OUT â€śHow to Predict the Future 3-Day Eventâ€ť was one of our most popular and successful teaching events ever.* Hereâ€™s your chance to discover the mindset of the worldâ€™s great prognosticators and economic giants and learn to prosper from it.
Posted 06 September 2009 - 10:45 PM
If you want to improve your conversational skills--and achieve greater levels of personal and professional success--The Art of Talking to Anyone is the ultimate book. Rosalie Maggio has built a career on teaching people how to say the right thing at the right time--and she's made her techniques available to you.
This essential communication handbook includes:
* . . Sample dialogues, topics, and responses . .
* Quick-reference dos and don'ts . .
* Tips for handling special situations . .
* Confidence-building advice and quotations . .
* Key words that get to the business at hand . .
Whether it's small talk or big, social or work-related, The Art of Talking to Anyone gives you all the tools you need to speak up with confidence, to charm and persuade, and to talk your way through any situation--successfully.
From the Back Cover
Yes, you can learn to talk to anyone, anytime, anywhere.. And here's how.
Conversation is one of the most decisive factors in our success in business and in life. It's also an art anyone can learn with the help of a few simple tips, guidelines and techniques.
The Art of Talking to Anyone makes it easy. Using sample scripts, real-life situations, and surefire strategies, this all-in-one handbook provides everything you need to become a more successful conversationalist. Whether you're chatting with co-workers at a conference, meeting new people at a party, or just talking on the telephone, this confidence-building guide can help you jumpstart your own unique skills and make a positive, lasting impression. You'll be surprised by how easy it is to express yourself, how self-assured you'll feel, and how well people respond to the right words at the right time. Filled with ready-to-use conversations and useful suggestions, this life-changing book shows you:
* . How to be universally liked
* . How to listen successfully
* . How to keep a conversation going, and how to end one
* . How to ask and answer questions
* . How and when to tell jokes
* . How to deal with difficult conversations
* . How to charm and persuade others
Nothing reveals more about who you are than what you say. And no book offers practical and easy-to-learn keys to successful conversations like The Art of Talking to Anyone.
Posted 06 September 2009 - 10:55 PM
I believe an aspiring trader who applies the principles of this book will
save two or three years of practical education in the real market and at
least $20,000 of investment capital.
Over the period of time that I have been dealing with speculative currency
trade, I was lucky enough to have an opportunity not only to accumulate
significant personal experience, but also to observe the work of
several hundred independent traders. In addition, I have more than a
decade of experience in teaching the theory and practice of currency trading
to individual investors. I have also been studying the experience of
other traders personally, via books and other publications as well as
through participating in discussions at various professional seminars and
forums, and have corresponded with traders/colleagues from many countries
around the world. This additional experience has allowed me to conduct
my own comprehensive research on problems that all serious traders
run into during their professional careers. I have also been able to gather
extensive material that has served as the initial base for this course and
that I have used to create my own trading method. Although nothing ideal
exists in nature, I believe my method of trading deserves some serious
consideration by those who chose speculative currency trading as a profession
or just as a source of additional income.
I would like to start the introduction to this book by mentioning that
my own experience as a FOREX speculative trader, and the experience of
my respected colleagues whom I have met personally or through publications,
has shown that the problems all individual traders have to deal with
are virtually the same. However, the number of solutions to the problems
is almost the same as the number of traders themselves. Over time, practical
results can range from complete triumph to complete desperation. For
each participant, this business starts with a variation of a famous line from
Shakespeareâ€™s Hamlet: â€śTo be a trader or not to be.â€ť Is it worth risking
money, time and sometimes even a career built in another profession, in
order to reach success in a new field? If you join this market, how do you
enter into that desirable 5 to 7 percent of participants who statistically
succeed? How do you reach success so that the money, time, and energy
invested into this business will not only be justified but will also bring you
significant dividends? Each participant should be able to answer these
questions personally; my task is more modest. For those who have already
made the choice in favor of â€śto be,â€ť I offer my version of the secret about
how to beat the odds and win the market game. I truly believe this book
will allow novice traders to save a good deal of time and money that otherwise
would be wasted by following the traditional trial-and-error
method of learning from their own mistakes before gaining the necessary
PDF | 225 pages | 7.4 MB
Posted 06 September 2009 - 11:01 PM
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Posted 06 September 2009 - 11:06 PM
Author: Susannah Marriott
Publisher: DK ADULT
Format: PDF 192 pages
ISBN: 0756625718 (0-7566-2571-8)
ISBN 13: 9780756625719 (978-0-7566-2571-9)
List Price: $20.00
File size: 30.3 MB
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