Find a moment of peace and comfort with this beautiful, pocket-sized mantra book—giving you a chance to easily recite mantras throughout the day or whenever you need a pick-me-up. Words are powerful and have the ability to shape our thoughts, change our perception, connect with others, and provide comfort in our daily lives. My Pocket Mantras provides more than 140 mantras designed to help you shift your mindset in a positive way. You’ll find mantras for self-love, healing, success, releasing stress and anxiety, and more. With short, rhythmic phrases that are easy to recite and repeat, each mantra includes insights into how to direct one’s thoughts and experience its benefits.
This essential take-anywhere guide explains the numerous mindfulness benefits of tai chi and shows how to use this ancient martial art to reduce stress and improve overall wellness. Often called “moving mediation,” tai chi is an ancient practice with numerous health benefits our modern, over-stressed society needs. Not only is tai chi a proven stress reliever, it’s also been shown to increase balance, flexibility, and strength, and improve muscle tone, sleep, mood, and overall sense of well-being. This book teaches readers the essential principles and techniques of tai chi while showing you how to use tai chi as an effective mindfulness technique to reduce stress, increase focus, and improve your state of mind. With more than 60 illustrations to help you understand and master essential tai chi moves, this handy, portable package makes My Pocket Tai Chi a perfect companion for practicing tai chi in your own backyard and beyond.
Anytime Exercises That Refresh, Refocus, and Restore
Author: Adams Media
Pubpsher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Health & Fitness
Make time for you--anytime, anywhere! As you go about your busy day, it's important to make time to catch your breath and recharge. My Pocket Yoga help you quiet the noise and achieve serenity at home, at the office, or even in your car--in mere minutes. Throughout your day, you'll be able to choose from 40+ breathing exercises and easy-to-follow poses, complete with illustrations. These quick yet powerful exercises allow you to be more mindful, increase your awareness, and find your center in any situation. After a quick break for a yoga pose or focused breathing, you can return to your to-do list feeling more balanced, centered, and refreshed. Say goodbye to distraction, and greet your daily challenges with a calm, clear mind--all you need is My Pocket Yoga.
Anytime Exercises to Unblock, Balance, and Strengthen Your Chakras
Author: Heidi E Spear
Pubpsher: Simon and Schuster
More than 50 exercises and practices to unblock and strengthen your chakras so you can achieve health and prosperity on the go. Bringing your chakras into balance doesn’t need to be complicated. A balanced chakra allows you to feel safe, creative, strong, and secure in yourself and your relationships as well as connected to the energy of the universe. That powerful energy center directly influences your well-being and how consciously and happily you create your life’s path. My Pocket Chakra Healing is an essential guide to chakras that explains their vital role and teaches you exercises to unblock and heal your chakras to achieve health, peace, and prosperity. Chakra healing improves your mind, body, and spirit so you become more connected with wisdom, joy, and the force of love and appreciation that ties you to everything. Take your holistic healing on the road with these easy-to-follow exercises, bringing you one step closer to achieving a life filled with ease, clear-headedness, love, health, security, and anything your heart desires.
Join Claudia and her Italian-American father, Victor, as they navigate Italy by foot and rail. From the affluent city of Milan, to the economically-depressed streets of Naples, 500 miles due south, Claudia leads the reader into the pulsating heart throb of Italy's historic downtowns and enjoys a culture unblemished by big box architecture and "jacked up monster pick up trucks."As the duo ventures deeper into the Italian landscape, self-reflection seeps into Claudia's consciousness, as a second story begins to emerge. With the cobbled streets of Italy as the framework for her memoir, she is revisited by a life-threatening disease and a mountain climbing expedition in the Andes that plunge Claudia into her own personal vision quest.
When Vanessa Walker stepped off a dusty bus into McLeod Ganj (the home of the Dalai Lama) she was hoping to discover what lies at the heart of Buddhism. She never expected to fall in love, or to have a baby with a disrobed Tibetan monk. But sometimes karma can play funny tricks on a girl...
Guidance and mantras for spiritual awakening and emotional wisdom
Author: Siri Sat Nam Singh
Pubpsher: Chronicle Books
From Dr. Siri Sat Nam, a licensed therapist who stars on Viceland's The Therapist, The Pocket Guru offers emotional centeredness and mental peace. Using Dr. Siri's calming style, the book presents readers with 108 topics to focus on—including commitment, forgiveness, intimacy, and love—and mantras to help them find personal growth and fulfillment. Packed with wisdom on discovering spiritual harmony, meditative practices targeting 11 different aspects of self, and a simple format that invites readers to dip in and out or read the book from start to finish, this is a rich source for deepening self-awareness.
A true story of 1950s California, teenage rebellion, and a family torn apart by illicit desire: “Intense, controlled, a memoir-as-fever-dream” (The New York Times). Born into “a certain kind of family”—affluent, white, Protestant—Jane Vandenburgh came of age when the sexual revolution was sweeping the cultural landscape, making its mark in a way that would change our manners and mores forever. What began as an all-American life went spectacularly awry. Her father, an architect with a prominent Los Angeles firm, was repeatedly arrested in police raids on gay bars. Ultimately placed in a psychiatric hospital to be “cured” of his homosexuality, he committed suicide when she was nine. Her mother—an artist and freethinker—lost custody of her children when she was committed to a mental hospital. The author and her two brothers were then raised by an aunt and uncle who had seven children and problems of their own. In the midst of private trauma and loss, Vandenburgh delights in revealing larger truths about American culture and her life within it. Quirky, witty, and uncannily wise, A Pocket History of Sex in the Twentieth Century is a brilliant blend of memoir and cultural commentary full of hard-won insights that explode across the page “like a string of Chinese firecrackers” (Washington Post).