New Arrivals - Philosophy, psychology, and religion
When you're grieving, you need support and comfort, and How to Heal a Grieving Heart provides practical and spiritual help. Each page of this small, full-colour gift-style book contains a comforting message to help anyone who is grieving come to terms with their loss.
Twelve of the most successful people living in the world today share their seemingly impossible journeys and reveal that each of us was born with everything we need to live our greatest dream and that by doing so we will fulfill our mission, find everlasting happiness and change the world.
Mark (with a little help from Lisa) shares the secrets of how they bought a home and raised a family debt-free in the most expensive city in the United States?and how they've enjoyed good relationships, good adventures and good food along the way. Packed with helpful exercises for getting a handle on your money story, and designed for healing and generative money conversations with friends, Free gives you a path to financial freedom and spiritual flourishing that awakens your heart and energizes your soul.
"Twelfth-century Chinese Zen master Kakuan Shien produced the pictures, poems, and commentaries that we know as the ten ox-herding pictures. They trace a universally recognizable path of contemplative spirituality, using the metaphor of a young ox-herder looking for his lost ox. According to Addison Hodges Hart, the ten ox-herding pictures and the teachings of Christ, the good shepherd who guides us to God, share a common vision. Both show us that authentic spiritual life must begin with an inner transformation of one's self, leading to an outward life that is natural and loving. In The Ox-herder and the good shepherd Hart shares the story that these ten pictures tell, exploring how this ancient Buddhist parable can enrich and illumine the christian way"--P.  of cover.
The author examines the common phenomenon he calls the "angel effect," when people feel visited by an otherworldly presence in times of great danger or desperation.
"What does a yearbook photo have to do with future marital success? Can the CEO's appearance tell you anything about a company's quarterly earnings? In The Tell, psychologist Matthew Hertenstein reveals that our intuition is surprisingly good at using small clues to make big predictions, and shows how we can make better decisions by homing in on the right details. Drawing on rigorous research in psychology and brain science, Hertenstein explains how to hone our powers of observation to increase our predictive capacities. By training ourselves to read facial and bodily cues, we can accurately predict everything from divorce rates to sexual preferences, election results to the likelihood of corporate success. A charming testament to the power of the human mind, The Tell will, to paraphrase Sherlock Holmes, show us how to notice what we see"-- Provided by publisher.
Shows how the central events in Jesus? life provide ways for us to encounter him again or for the first time.
Presents a new theory of personality types that describes how the top and bottom parts of the brain work together which differs from the left brain vs. right brain theory. In doing so, four modes of thought are introduced: Mover, Perceiver, Stimulator, and Adaptor.
"A leading cognitive scientist argues that a deep sense of good and evil is bred in the bone. From Sigmund Freud to Lawrence Kohlberg, psychologists have long believed that we begin life as amoral animals. After all, isn't it the parents' role to turn babies into civilized beings who can experience empathy and shame, and override selfish impulses? In Just Babies, Paul Bloom argues that humans are in fact hardwired with a sense of morality. Drawing upon years of original research at his Yale lab, he shows that babies and toddlers can judge the goodness and badness of others' actions; that they act to soothe those in distress; and that they feel guilt, shame, pride, and righteous anger. Yet this innate morality is tragically limited. Our natural strong moral feelings toward those in our own group--same family, same race--are offset by ingrained dislike, even hatred, of those in different groups. Put more simply, we are natural-born bigots. Vivid and intellectually probing, Just Babies argues that through intelligence and creativity we can transcend the primitive sense of morality we are born with. This erudite yet accessible book will captivate readers of Steven Pinker, Philip Zimbardo, and Robert Wright"-- Provided by publisher.
Palin asserts the importance of preserving Jesus Christ in Christmas--in public displays, school concerts, pageants, and our expressions to one another--and laments the over-commercialization and homogenization of Christmas in today's society while calling for action to openly celebrate the joys of Christianity.
"... photographs illustrate thoughtful quotations that will ease your mind and revitalize your spirit"--P.  of cover.
Identifies the root causes of nine common fears, including the fears of being alone, failure, and death, and lays out a biblical plan for overcoming each of them.
"Billy Graham presents the core message that has guided his life and calling for more than 70 years. Filled with new stories and timeless truth, Graham once again calls the world back to its spiritual priority as only he can."--www.Amazon.com.
Don?t face reality. Create reality! E-Squared could best be described as a lab manual with simple experiments to prove once and for all that reality is malleable, that consciousness trumps matter, and that you shape your life with your mind. Rather than take it on faith, you are invited to conduct nine 48-hour experiments to prove there really is a positive, loving, totally hip force in the universe. Yes, you read that right. It says prove. The experiments, each of which can be conducted with absolutely no money and very little time expenditure, demonstrate that spiritual principles are as dependable as gravity, as consistent as Newton?s laws of motion. For years, you?ve been hoping and praying that spiritual principles are true. Now, you can know.
Insights -- like Darwin's understanding of the way evolution actually works, and Watson and Crick's breakthrough discoveries about the structure of DNA -- can change the world. We also need insights into the everyday things that frustrate and confuse us, so that we can more effectively solve problems and get things done. Yet we know very little about when, why, or how insights are formed, or what blocks them. In Seeing what others don't, cognitive psychologist Gary Klein unravels the mystery.
The author offers a Christianity-based prescription for better health and wholeness through correct thinking patterns, declaring that we are not victims of our biology. She shares with readers the "switch" in our brains that enables us to live happier, healthier, more enjoyable lives in which we can achieve our goals, maintain our weight, and even become more intelligent.
A one-of-a-kind guidebook on how to help smart kids cope with anxiety. A dynamic book that explains how smart kids think and why they worry like they do, this practical guidebook provides parents with relief, empowerment, and solutions. With ten ...
"Inna Segal goes beyond physical healing to demonstrate that life wellness reflects health wellness. By answering twenty-one of life's biggest questions, Segal guides you through every stage of your personal well-being and invites us all to look within to find answers. From losing weight to raising confident children and dealing with loss, Segal covers the full spectrum of human challenges"--P.  of cover.
Explores the most common lessons we learn when we experience loss and explains how to turn a set-back into a step forward by examining the eleven elements that make up the DNA of those who learn.
Presents an alternative to existing models of the deciding mind, revealing how choices are driven by clashing evolutionary goals and describing the decision making methodology that explains seemingly foolish habits.