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697 Correct Whispers to Live Longer, Look Younger and Feel Great

697 Correct Whispers to Live Longer, Look Younger and Feel Great

Author: Nicholas Mag

Publisher: Nicholas Mag


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


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The Miracle! In this book Nicholas presents you a practical, unique, subliminal, very simple, detailed method of how to Live Longer, Look Younger and Feel Great. You will feel the effects immediately and the results will appear very quickly! So it was in my case. You will not achieve fulfillment and happiness until YOU become the architect of your own reality. Imagine that with a few moments each day, you could begin the powerful transformation toward complete control of your own life and well being through this unique, subliminal method combined with positive affirmations. The order of words is extremely important for every book written by Nicholas. These are arranged to be traversed in a certain way so as to eliminate certain blockages in the human being, blockages that are bringing disease or failure on various plans. You don't need a big chunk of your time or expensive programs. Everything is extremely simple! Health, money, prosperity, abundance, safety, stability, sociability, charisma, sexual vitality, erotic attraction, will, optimism, perseverance, self-confidence, tenacity, courage, love, loving relationships, self-control, self-esteem, enthusiasm , refinement, intuition, detachment, intelligence, mental calm, power of concentration, exceptional memory, aspiration, transcendence, wisdom, compassion. You have the ability to unlock your full inner-potential and achieve your ultimate goals. This is the age-old secret of the financial elite, world class scholars, and Olympic champions. For example, when you watch the Olympics, you'll find one consistency in all of the champions. Each one closes their eyes for a moment and clearly affirms & visualizes themselves completing the event flawlessly just before starting. Then they win gold medals and become champions. That's merely one example of how the real power of mind can elevate you above any of life's challenges. By reading this book, you will feel totally that life deserves to be lived and enjoyed every moment and that everything that you propose for yourself becomes easy for you to fulfill. Nicholas will guide you to touch your longed-for dream and will make you see life from a new perspective, full of freshness and success. This book helps you step by step, in a natural way, in just 3 minutes a day, to change your misguided way of thinking and to Live Longer, Look Younger and Feel Great. (NOTE: For good, Nicholas keep the price of the book as lower as he can, even if is a hard work behind this project. A significant portion of the earnings from the sale of the book are used for these purposes: for charity, volunteer projects, nature restoration, and other inspired ideas to do good where it is needed. If you can not afford to buy the book please contact Nicholas and he will give you a free copy.) You, also have a bonus in the pages of the book that makes you live your success by doing a seemingly trivial thing. You will feel the difference. Yes. The Miracle is possible! Get Your Copy Now!

Look Young, Live Longer

Look Young, Live Longer

Author: Glenn Harrold

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781409193388

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 208

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Re-programme your mind and build the confidence and motivation you need. In this straightforward, no-nonsense seven-step programme, expert clinical hypnotherapist Glenn Harrold shows you how to re-programme your mind and build the confidence and motivation you need to improve your life - for good. Containing real solutions to real life, Look Young Live Longer includes straightforward, easy-to-follow tools, techniques and guidance on: - Setting weight goals and how to achieve them - Making an exercise plan and improving your health - Boosting your self-esteem and banishing negativity - Establishing healthy sleep patterns - Maintaining positive relationships - Coping with day-to-day stress It's time to make a lasting change. Become the healthier, fitter and younger you.

Look Younger, Live Longer

Look Younger, Live Longer

Author: Bruce Goldberg

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide Limited

ISBN: 1567183212

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 221

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Offers a step-by-step plan to slow down the aging process, including tips on how to use self-hypnosis to increase production of DHEA, techniques to improve memory, and nutritional keys to promote longer life

Oracle at the Supermarket

Oracle at the Supermarket

Author: Steven Starker

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 9781412830249

Category: Social Science

Page: 204

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"Oracle carefully explores the dangers and benefits of diet and exercise books, sex manuals, and self-actualization schemes. It is a timely and fascinating work, and will be of great interest to health-care providers and thoughtful consumers." --Joseph D. Matarazzo,American Psychological Association

Popular Science

Popular Science





Page: 224

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Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.

Meals That Heal

Meals That Heal

Author: Lisa Turner

Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co

ISBN: 0892816252

Category: Cooking

Page: 248

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Compiles evidence that shows the secret to good health lies in compounds called nutraceuticals and phytochemicals found in foods such as broccoli and red wine, and includes recipes using these foods

Internet Guide to Anti-Aging and Longevity

Internet Guide to Anti-Aging and Longevity

Author: Elizabeth Connor

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0789028611

Category: Medical

Page: 154

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Quickly and easily—find anti-aging and health strategies on the Internet Even the most sophisticated Web surfer can become frustrated searching for specific health information on the Internet. The Internet Guide to Anti-Aging and Longevity tackles this problem by providing a comprehensive compilation of annotated links on health, aging issues, and longevity. This easy-to-use reference gives health professionals, researchers, or anyone looking for health and aging-related information a full-range listing of Web sites relating to anti-aging and health-related issues, including those with information on disease, longevity research, and experimental health approaches. Beyond the actual listing of Web sites, the Internet Guide to Anti-Aging and Longevity also provides complete and clear explanations of Web addresses; instruction on evaluating Web content; using search engines and search directories, discussion groups, Web forums, and blogs; and instruction on using the ’invisible Web’—content not easily accessed through regular search engines. The guide includes screen captures, a glossary of health and Web terms you may encounter, a table of site types and geographic suffixes, a list of helpful health organizations, and a bibliography. The Internet Guide to Anti-Aging and Longevity lists Web sites according to the different types of information you may be searching for, including: general health aging and seniors anti-aging and longevity diseases and conditions of aging conditions that have an effect on longevity experimental/futuristic approaches research on aging institutes, clinics, organizations, and societies publications statistics The Internet Guide to Anti-Aging and Longevity is a thorough, one-stop reference for health professionals; health educators; public, academic, health sciences, or special librarians; or anyone interested in learning how to find the information to stay young and vital.



Author: Boris Kachka

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781451691924

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 448

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“Mad Men for the literary world.” —Junot Díaz Farrar, Straus and Giroux is arguably the most influential publishing house of the modern era. Home to an unrivaled twenty-five Nobel Prize winners and generation-defining authors like T. S. Eliot, Flannery O’Connor, Susan Sontag, Tom Wolfe, Joan Didion, Philip Roth, and Jonathan Franzen, it’s a cultural institution whose importance approaches that of The New Yorker or The New York Times. But FSG is no ivory tower—the owner's wife called the office a “sexual sewer”—and its untold story is as tumultuous and engrossing as many of the great novels it has published. Boris Kachka deftly reveals the era and the city that built FSG through the stories of two men: founder-owner Roger Straus, the pugnacious black sheep of his powerful German-Jewish family—with his bottomless supply of ascots, charm, and vulgarity of every stripe—and his utter opposite, the reticent, closeted editor Robert Giroux, who rose from working-class New Jersey to discover the novelists and poets who helped define American culture. Giroux became one of T. S. Eliot’s best friends, just missed out on The Catcher in the Rye, and played the placid caretaker to manic-depressive geniuses like Robert Lowell, John Berryman, Jean Stafford, and Jack Kerouac. Straus, the brilliant showman, made Susan Sontag a star, kept Edmund Wilson out of prison, and turned Isaac Bashevis Singer from a Yiddish scribbler into a Nobelist—even as he spread the gossip on which literary New York thrived. A prolific lover and an epic fighter, Straus ventured fearlessly, and sometimes recklessly, into battle for his books, his authors, and his often-struggling company. When a talented editor left for more money and threatened to take all his writers, Roger roared, “Over my dead body”—and meant it. He turned a philosophical disagreement with Simon & Schuster head Dick Snyder into a mano a mano media war that caught writers such as Philip Roth and Joan Didion in the crossfire. He fought off would-be buyers like S. I. Newhouse (“that dwarf”) with one hand and rapacious literary agents like Andrew Wylie (“that shit”) with the other. Even his own son and presumed successor was no match for a man who had to win at any cost—and who was proven right at almost every turn. At the center of the story, always, are the writers themselves. After giving us a fresh perspective on the postwar authors we thought we knew, Kachka pulls back the curtain to expose how elite publishing works today. He gets inside the editorial meetings where writers’ fates are decided; he captures the adrenaline rush of bidding wars for top talent; and he lifts the lid on the high-stakes pursuit of that rarest commodity, public attention—including a fly-on-the-wall account of the explosive confrontation between Oprah Winfrey and Jonathan Franzen, whose relationship, Franzen tells us, “was bogus from the start.” Vast but detailed, full of both fresh gossip and keen insight into how the literary world works, Hothouse is the product of five years of research and nearly two hundred interviews by a veteran New York magazine writer. It tells an essential story for the first time, providing a delicious inside perspective on the rich pageant of postwar cultural life and illuminating the vital intellectual center of the American Century.