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“Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself” wants to remind people the innate power for self-healing that we all have. The book starts with an introduction by Kriss Carr, who shares her experience with thriving with a chronic disease.

Dr. Lissa Rankin is a medical doctor, who decided to help people to heal in a more holistic way and to move away from the often dualistic approach which is so common in “Western” medicine. She brings a lot of wisdom to the table, supporting it with scientific evidences.

Mind Over Medicine

Mind Over Medicine

There is a need to show, again and again, that there is no real external healing, but that healing happens from the inside out. While external interventions may be beneficial, and sometimes necessary, what happens afterward is about what happens inside us. Lissa fills this need, showing cases where patients achieved results that were considered unattainable, by changing their behaviors and beliefs.

Dr. Lissa Rankin looks into the “placebo effect”, and other aspects of healing which question our contemporary understanding of prevention, recovery and interventions.

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes.

Loveability is Robert Holden’s new book. Robert is the British expert on happiness, and this book should’t be missed if you care about lasting happiness.

Loveability goes to the root of real happiness: the effortless state of being loving and accepting to be loved. Robert, as Erich Fromm did, goes to the source. Instead of addressing the multitude of issues which we can create in our lives when we image ourselves as separated from the whole, he goes to the core of oneness. Expressed as unconditional love.

Loveability by Robert Holden

Loveability by Robert Holden

Unconditional love takes us to our natural state of happiness. And it makes more likely for other external manifestations of happiness (relationships, friends, etc.) to blossom. Robert offers some useful exercises, taken from the workshops he has been running for many years, and insights about how he got here.

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes.

HAY HOUSE WORLD SUMMIT is coming! Register now for free for the Hay House World Summit.

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Anita Moorjani

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The Hay House World Summit brings us 110 hour-long conversations with world-renowned speakers from the personal-growth field. We can discover practical, applicable ways in which we can incorporate their teachings in our own lives. Register now to attend this free event, streamed on your computer or mobile device,

Ayurveda recommends enhancing the digestive fire through a correct diet, proper physical exercise, internal herbal formulations, panchakarma (detoxification) and rasayana (rejuvenation) therapies. Metabolic disorders are due to Agni Vaishamya (improper digestion, metabolism and absorption). Agni Vaishamya occurs due to the disturbance of agni, the digestive fire. Causes that contribute to the vitiation of agni include improper diet and unhealthy daily routine and lifestyle. Vitiation of agni leads to the production of ama (toxic, morbid substance in the body), doshic imbalances, disturbance in the tissue metabolism, and depletion of ojas, tejas and/or prana. As conditions progress further, blockages in the individual channels of circulation (srotas) occur, leading to the development of various metabolic disorders such as obesity, diabetes, thyroid disturbances.

AAPNA’s 7th Conference, Ayurveda & Metabolic Disorders, will focus on the ayurvedic approach to various metabolic disorders. The following areas will also be covered:
Obesity and body composition management
Metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease and type II diabetes
Women’s hormonal health and wellness
Gastrointestinal disorders and food sensitivities
Elevated toxic burden
Stress and immune challenges
Neurological support for mood and memory
Endocrinal Disorders include – Thyroid, Adrenal problems

For more information and to register, please visit: http://aapna.org/conferences/conference-jun-2013

Festival ORIENT, May 29th – June 2nd, 2013. Tent – concert hall at Rotermann square in the centre of Tallinn

Performers from Japan, Taiwan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, India, Syria, Korea
Workshop: Ancient Tibetan Wisdom in the Contemporary World
Oriental Bazaar at Rotermann square
Detailed program will be send after 2 weeks
Tickets (10 €) and festival passes (35 €) available in the box offices of Piletilevi and Ticketpro, in internet, also 1 hour before the event at the concert venue.

More information on: http://www.erpmusic.com/festival-orient/orient-2013

BioHarmonizing became an Amazon best-seller! After the success of the eBook at its launch in December 2012, today the paper-back version became a best-selling Spiritual book, just behind “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your Dreams” by Chopra.

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THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR MAKING THIS POSSIBLE!

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This is one of the best cook books I have seen! The first part of the book has useful information about nutrition, with plenty of appealing pictures and a fresh design. All the Vegan recipes in the book are healthy and nutritious. It offers a great choice of juices, smoothies, breakfast, sandwiches, soups, main courses, snacks and desserts.

CSK gives us recipes for all occasions: intimate dinners or large meals with friends and family. I especially liked the coconut and red lentil soup. How easy and nutritious! I can’t wait to make and try out more of these delicious dishes together with my wife! Ok, she is the one making most of the cooking, I help her with cutting and tasting 🙂

Thank you Kris for another awesome cookbook.

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes.

BioHarmonizing has been officially launched at the London Bookfair 2013!

London bookfair 2014

London bookfair 2014

See it on the London Bookfair 2013 official page.

The Watkins 100 Most Spiritual Living people 2013 list is out!

1. Dalai Lama 35. Marianne Williamson 68. Richard Rohr
2. Thich Nhat Hanh 36. Andrew Weil 69. Jeff Foster
3. Eckhart Tolle 37. Elizabeth Gilbert 70. Colin Wilson
4. Deepak Chopra 38. Steve Taylor 71. Tony Parsons
5. Rhonda Byrne 39. Iyanla Vanzant 72. Judy Hall
6. Dr Wayne W Dyer 40. Esther Hicks 73. Pema Chödrön
7. Paulo Coelho 41. Mantak Chia 74. John Bradshaw
8. Oprah Winfrey 42. Masaru Emoto 75. Richard Bandler
9. Nelson Mandela 43. Erich von Däniken 76. Liz Greene
10. Byron Katie 44. Lisa Williams 77. Michael Newton
11. Alice Walker 45. Louise L. Hay 78. Daisaku Ikeda
12. Alex Grey 46. James Redfi eld 79. Jack Kornfi eld
13. Doreen Virtue 47. Stuart Wilde 80. Vladimir Megre
14. Richard Bach 48. Mooji 81. Rowan Williams
15. Desmond Tutu 49. John Gray 82. Rupert Spira
16. Francis Chan 50. Ken Wilber 83. John & Caitlín Matthews
17. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar 51. Krishna Das 84. Kathy Jones
18. Robin Sharma 52. Drunvalo Melchizedek 85. Huston Smith
19. Kyozan Joshu Sasaki 53. Dan Millman 86. Debbie Ford
20. Gregg Braden 54. Adyashanti 87. Rupert Sheldrake
21. Neale Donald Walsch 55. Graham Hancock 88. Stanislav Grof
22. Amma 56. Bob Proctor 89. Don Miguel Ruiz
23. Andrew Cohen 57. David R. Hawkins 90. Lars Muhl
24. Brian Weiss 58. Daniel Gilbert 91. Satish Kumar
25. Matthew Fox 59. Jack Canfi eld 92. Gary Snyder
26. Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi 60. Caroline Myss 93. Prem Rawat
27. Alejandro Jodorowsky 61. Philip Berg 94. David Deida
28. Peter Russell 62. Seyyed Hossein Nasr 95. Colette Baron Reid
29. Starhawk 63. Bruce Lipton 96. Thomas Moore
30. Michio Kaku 64. Karen Armstrong 97. Lorna Byrne
31. Ram Dass 65. Julia Cameron 98. Bernie Siegel
32. Diana Cooper 66. Lynne McTaggart 99. Anita Moorjani
33. Pope Benedict XVI 67. Dolores Cannon 100. James van Praagh
34. Vadim Zeland
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