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Entries for September 2016

Thursday, September 29, 2016
PRACTICING A NEW WAY OF LIVING: An Excerpt from LIVING IN THE LIGHT by Shakti Gawain
By Publicity Admin

For nearly forty years, New World Library cofounder Shakti Gawain has given millions of people clear and gentle guidance to create a new way of life — one in which we listen to our intuition and rely on it as a guiding force. 

We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt from the 25th Anniversary Edition of her book Living in the Light, which explains how following our inner guidance can help us create a new life and a new world. 

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Shakti Gawain
Thursday, September 22, 2016
HIRING IN THE SPIRITUAL REALM: An excerpt from HIRING THE HEAVENS by Jean Slatter
By Publicity Admin

Whether you realize it or not, you play a part in the divine plan of creation. Once you recognize this, you can gain access to the immense power of the Universe. 

It’s simple: when you engage the right celestial helpers, anything becomes possible. In Hiring the Heavens: A Practical Guide to Developing Working Relationships with the Spirits of Creation, author Jean Slatter explains how she learned to hire the Heavens and shares a fresh, revitalized way that we can bring spirituality into our everyday live

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metaphysics
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
ROGER HOUSDEN explains how DROPPING THE STRUGGLE can help us all love the life we already have
By Publicity Admin
How do we find meaning? How do we find love? How can we create the perfect life? The search for these answers often involves a lot of strife and struggle. It doesn’t matter how much success, love, or money we have — we always tend to long for something new and different. This is seemingly part of the human condition. But according to Roger Housden, author of Dropping the Struggle: Seven Ways to Love the Life You Have, the source of our longing is not outside of ourselves; it begins and ends inside our own hearts. We hope you’ll enjoy this short interview with Housden, in which he proposes that instead of seeking and searching externally, we try dropping the struggle and loving the life we currently have, right now. 


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mindfulness
Thursday, September 15, 2016
THE EXPECTATION DILEMMA: An excerpt from LET THEM PLAY by Jerry Lynch
By Publicity Admin

How do expectations affect children’s participation and success in sports? What’s the difference between a good performance and a bad one? 

Why does the fun of playing disappear so quickly when games get competitive? 

In the following excerpt from his new book, Let Them Play: The Power & Joy of Mindful Sports Parenting, author and sports psychologist Jerry Lynch suggests some very helpful expectations and goals for parents and coaches to have, so they can just let their kids play and enjoy the game they love.

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parenting & education
Thursday, September 08, 2016
LEARNING TO LOVE THE LIFE YOU HAVE: An excerpt from DROPPING THE STRUGGLE by Roger Housden
By Publicity Admin

Is it possible to love the life you have — acknowledging and accepting the conditions of your life exactly as they are — and drop the struggle to make yourself and your life different? 

This is the question that acclaimed teacher and bestselling author Roger Housden, of Ten Poems to Change Your Life fame, invites us to explore in his new book, Dropping the Struggle: Seven Ways to Love the Life You Have



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personal growth
Tuesday, September 06, 2016
JERRY LYNCH, author of LET THEM PLAY, on how mindfulness can help parents & coaches better support their kids, who just want to play
By Publicity Admin
Kids play sports because they love playing and having fun with their friends, but it can be very stressful for parents, who often sacrifice their weekends and thousands of dollars for camps, traveling to away games, and employing special coaches. Many parents are afraid that their kids are going to fail — in sports, in school, and in life — and they start to measure their own self-worth by how “successful” their kids are. But when we can just let our kids play and have fun, they get exactly what they need, which is the best kind of success. Jerry Lynch, author of Let Them Play: The Power & Joy of Mindful Sports Parenting, shares some tips on how mindfulness can help parents and coaches better support their kids.



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