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ThinkMeditation Corner by Yvonne Jaques
Carefully tend the garden of your mind
Rest and Relaxation
An Attitude of Gratitude
FEAR = False Evidence that Appears Real
Stress Relief Through Better Listening
Recognize Your Reality
How hormones, neurotransmitters and steroids work
Mind and body; psyche and soma
Learn to let go
Courage and persistence
One Breath Meditation
Take time for fun each day
Pain is our body's alarm system
Musings on Giving and Receiving
Acute vs. Chronic Stress
Stress and cardiovascular disease
Stress and digestive issues
As A Man Thinketh by James Allen
Allen's practical philosophy of successful living has awakened millions to discovery and perception of the truth that "they themselves are makers of themselves". Building on the Bible verse "As a man thinketh, so he is", Allen insists that it is within the power of each person to form his own character and create his own happiness.
Mind Power Into the 21st Century by John Kehoe
In this book John Kehoe explains how wanting success will not make you successful if you spend your day thinking about how unsuccessful you are, and how you always mess up. He then goes on to give you practical ways in which to harness your mind to create the kind of life you want through visualization, seeding, affirmations, imprinting and how to pay attention to your intuition and dreams. Through your thoughts, you can change your beliefs, which will change your life. This is an excellent book written in an easy to understand language.
The Luck Factor by Richard Wiseman
Ten years ago Wiseman decided to search for the elusive luck factor. Instead of accepting previous assumptions about genes, upbringing, intelligence, skill and personality, he went directly to the source--analyzing beliefs and experiences of lucky and unlucky people. A national media appeal helped Wiseman and his research team attract a pool of 400 volunteers willing to put their lives under the microscope for three years. The results? A radical new way to look at luck. It turns out that the lucky people in his study were actually creating their own good luck through their mental attitudes and behaviour.