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Entries for March 2018

Thursday, March 29, 2018
HOW TO PRACTICE SELF-VALIDATION: An excerpt from WHEN FOOD IS COMFORT by Julie M. Simon
By Publicity Admin

Current brain science shows that a lack of consistent emotional nurturance in infancy and childhood, when the brain is being formed, can result in difficulties with self-regulation, causing us to seek comfort and nurturance outside ourselves, often in substances, such as food, and behaviors, such as overeating. The good news is that our history is not our destiny, and the brain can be rewired.

In When Food Is Comfort: Nurture Yourself Mindfully, Rewire Your Brain, and End Emotional Eating, author Julie M. Simon explains that, instead of turning to food for comfort, emotional overeaters can learn to self-nurture through the simple, easy-to-master skills she offers. We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt from the book. 

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018
NEW WORLD NOW PODCAST, Episode 32: MINDFUL INNER NURTURING with Julie M. Simon
By Publicity Admin

If you regularly eat when you aren’t hungry, choose unhealthy comfort foods, or eat beyond fullness, then author Julie M. Simon’s new book, When Food Is Comfort: Nurture Yourself Mindfully, Rewire Your Brain, and End Emotional Eating, could really help. It includes her breakthrough mindfulness practice called Inner Nurturing, a step-by-step program that offers the practical skills you need to nurture yourself with the loving-kindness you crave. In this episode of the New World Now podcast, host Kim Corbin goes in-depth with Julie about how to provide your own Inner Nurturing and end emotional eating for good.

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Thursday, March 15, 2018
TIMELESS MONEY TRUTHS: An excerpt from MONEY, MANIFESTATION & MIRACLES by Meriflor Toneatto
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When women are empowered with money, they become “difference makers.” They transform not only their own lives but also those of their children, their families, and their communities at large. In her new book, Money, Manifestation & Miracles: A Guide to Transforming Women’s Relationships with Money, award-winning leadership and coaching executive Meriflor Toneatto empowers women to extend their limits so they can create the life of their dreams. We hope you’ll enjoy this short excerpt from the book.  

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Thursday, March 08, 2018
PASSING THROUGH PANIC ATTACKS: An excerpt from FROM ANXIETY TO LOVE by Corinne Zupko
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Author Corinne Zupko, a licensed counselor and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teacher, undertook her study of psychology out of necessity when debilitating anxiety threatened to derail her life. Seeking ways to do more than temporarily alleviate her symptoms, Corinne began to study A Course in Miracles (ACIM), mindfulness meditation, and the latest therapeutic approaches for treating anxiety.

As Corinne healed her own mental anguish, she compiled the perception-shifting process she describes in her new book, From Anxiety to Love: A Radical New Approach for Letting Go of Fear and Finding Lasting Peace.

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Thursday, March 01, 2018
7 NEW WORLD LIBRARY AUTHORS FEATURED IN “THE 100 MOST SPIRITUALLY INFLUENTIAL LIVING PEOPLE IN 2018”
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Watkins Books is a unique mind-body-spirit bookshop that was established in 1893, making it the oldest esoteric bookshop in the United Kingdom. Watkins is also the publisher of Watkins Mind Body Spirit magazine, which presents an annual list of “The 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People.”

According to Watkins, “This list is meant to serve as a positive guide to some of the leading modern teachers that are alive today, and we hope that you are as inspired as we are by their impact.

 

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