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Entries for December 2015

Thursday, December 17, 2015
FIVE WAYS TO NURTURE YOURSELF THIS HOLIDAY SEASON by guest blogger Renée Peterson Trudeau, author of NURTURING THE SOUL OF YOUR FAMILY
By Publicity Admin

Does the thought of wrapping presents and attending cookie-swap parties make you want to grab your sleeping bag and run for the nearest cave? 2015 has been intense for many of us. We’ve felt overscheduled and overworked, and we’ve rarely had the chance to unplug. We’ve navigated big career and life transitions — and had little time to integrate these changes. Frankly, we’re exhausted. We’re ready for rest. Not a relaxed evening by the fire, but a serious stretch of lazy days, long naps, walks in the woods, and joyful, easy connections with friends and family who feed us emotionally and spiritually. What we most need in the coming weeks is not the latest tech gizmo or one last trip to the mall, but permission to rest, relax, unplug, and do nothing.

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health & wellness
Monday, December 14, 2015
Eckhart Tolle, author of THE POWER OF NOW, talks about AWAKENING FROM CONDITIONED SELF-TALK
By Publicity Admin
We hope you'll enjoy this short video, in which Eckhart Tolle, author of The Power of Now discusses the shift in consciousness from our ordinary "surface-level" perspective to a deeper awareness that transcends the personal sense of identity. We also invite you to subscribe to New World Library's YouTube Channel for immediate access to the latest author interviews, book trailers, and more.


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Eckhart Tolle
Thursday, December 10, 2015
NEW WORLD LIBRARY STAFF PICK: Associate Publicist Jennifer Listug Recommends SIDEWALK ORACLES by Robert Moss
By Publicity Admin
I don’t know about you, but I have always loved the holidays. I’m not religious, and I’m not much of a shopper, but I love the scent of fresh pine in my home and the glow of colorful Christmas lights adorning the outside of it. I love the taste of mulled wine, pumpkin pie, and latkes (which my mother makes for Hanukkah, though we are not Jewish). I even love the sparkly, glittery wrapping paper that makes a mess all over my living room carpet every year. For me, the holidays bring back a sense of joy and enchantment with the world, which was constant and effortless in childhood. During the holidays, I am reminded what it’s like to believe in magic. 

The older I get, the harder this becomes. Even as I write, I am aware that it has been less than a month since the attacks in Paris, and just over a week since the tragic shootings in San Bernardino. But this is all the more reason to let ourselves become enchanted again. After all, the celebrations of this season have always been about bringing light into the darkest time of year. 
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NWL news
Wednesday, December 02, 2015
WHAT IF LOVE DIDN’T HAVE TO BE SO HARD? by guest blogger SARK, coauthor of SUCCULENT WILD LOVE
By Publicity Admin

I met my fiancé and coauthor, Dr. John Waddell, on a cruise. He had no idea who SARK was or that I had sold millions of books around the world. He told me that he had been deeply in love once before and the honeymoon had never ended. His wife had passed away. And then he told me that he was qualified to adore me. And I thought to myself, “I’m going to marry this man!” A month later, he moved in, and we got engaged less than three years after that.(READ MORE)

relationships

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