Health, Family & Lifestyle Psychology & Psychiatry Books

Calm Mind Healthy Body: A Guide How to Live Stress Free

Do you ever feel stressed out, anxious, or just mentally tired?

Not only can it be hard to think and concentrate when you are not mentally calm, when you are stressed, it can affect your mental well-being.

Most people think they need to visit a doctor or take medication to calm their minds, but what if I told you there was an easier, more natural way to calm your mind.

What if you could start calming your mind and feeling better today? The good news is you can!

Inside this short but effective guide, you will discover...

oWhy perception is everything and how to take back control of your mind and your life...

oAnd over to meditation if you've never meditated before, you'll discover exactly what meditation is, why you need it, and how to get started today...

oMeditation is a great way to calm your mind and take back control, but did you know it can also improve your health and even help you become more successful in your career

oThe different types of meditation are revealed and you'll discover which one is the best for you depending on how things are currently going in your life

oA simple, step-by-step meditation program you can use to get started today...

oHow to become more present and use meditation in everything that you do...

oYou are better than you are right now, you just need to fully use your potential and discover all your strengths, develop them and implement them into your everyday life.

100 Ways To Have Fun and Be Happy: 100 Ways To Overcome Boredom and Depression

A book that will do enormous help to people who are experiencing boredom and depression. This book is written with your best interest at heart and it will lighten up everybody's day.

Dreams: Behind the Scenes of Dreams - Your Dreams Interpretation Book and Guide to Lucid Dreaming (dreams, dreams interpretations, dreams meaning, how to interpret dreams, behind the dreams)

Behind the Scenes of Dreams

Your Dreams Interpretation Book and Guide to Lucid Dreaming

Every single person has experienced dreaming. In fact, it is said that even before we are born and exit our mother's womb that we dream.

When you dream you have no control over that you see or over any memory that you may have activated. There are people who have been studying dreams for decades, and although they have made breakthroughs, a lot still remains to be explained.

This book is just what you need if you have been grappling with dreams, particularly how to understand and interpret your dreams. In it, you will find information on the different types of dreams that you could experience, and also, the main themes that exist within your dreams.

This book will help you explain the unexplainable, and help you understand what your subconscious is telling you.

What You Are Going To Learn

Types of Dreams

REM and Dreams

The Content of your Dreams

The Themes of Your Dreams

Using Dreams to Change your Life

Sample Dreams

Remembering your Dreams

Much, much more!

Behind the Scenes of Dreams


Hypnosis: Detailed Step-By-Step Hypnosis Scripts Guide to Hypnotize & Control Anyone - Including Self Hypnosis (Hypnosis, Hypnosis Scripts, Hypnosis Guide, Hypnosis Techniques, Self Hypnosis)

Hypnosis: Detailed Step-By-Step Hypnosis Scripts Guide

Learn How to Hypnotize & Control Anyone - Including Self Hypnosis !

For the longest time, you may have heard the myths surrounding hypnosis. While others believe in it, others completely do not buy it. It has been said that people link hypnosis to dark magic. Through a few eerie Hollywood depictions in the movies, hypnosis is portrayed as a frightening instrument of mind control where wicked and evil people (usually the villains) take control of a person's will creating helpless victims.

Hypnosis can be described as a state where one is in a semiconscious state so as to tap into memories that are being regressed or blocked out. It is commonly used in people who have gone through some past traumatic stress and have completely blocked out what happened to them or have lost their memory and recollection on important things in their lives.

Hypnotized subjects (the persons being hypnotized) are able to show an increased response to suggestions (the instructions given to the subject while under hypnosis by the hypnotist).

It, therefore, does not come as a surprise that there are numerous applications of hypnosis across multiple fields of interests. This includes medical/psychotherapeutic uses, military applications, self-improvement and pure entertainment. Hypnotism has also been used and is still being used, in forensics, sports, education, physical therapy and rehabilitation. It can also be used by artists for creative purposes; some people have used hypnotic methods to re-experience drug states and mystical experiences.

What You're Going to Learn:

What Hypnosis Really IsGiving Hypnosis a TrySuggestionHypnotic MethodsFamous James Braid's Method & ScriptsArm Drop Method & ScriptsArm Levitation Method & ScriptsRelaxation Method #1Relaxation Method #2Staircase Method & ScriptsStiff Arm Method & ScriptsAssociation Method & ScriptsMisdirection Method & ScriptsHypnosis for Children - IntroductionHypnosis for Children - Methods & ScriptsSelf Hypnosis - IntroductionSelf Hypnosis - Methods & ScriptsBenefits of Hypnosis

So, Are You Ready to Hypnotize For Real?


Consciousness Beyond the Body: Evidence and Reflections

'Consciousness Beyond the Body' presents the latest theories, research, and applications of out-of-body experiences (OBEs) and other consciousness states that transcend the limitations of one's physical body space. It features original chapters from leading international researchers, educators, and practitioners who specialise in OBEs. As a modern compilation on the topic, the book aims to meld contemporary scientific evidence with the latest and most compelling practical applications of OBEs.Contributors: Nelson Abreu, Luis Minero, Ed Kellogg, Ryan Hurd, Robert Peterson, Preston Dennett, Graham Nicholls, Jurgen Ziewe, Clare Johnson, Robert Waggoner, Alexander De Foe, Natasha Tassell-Matamua, and Anthony Peake.

Ward of the Flies: A Child Counselor's F*ck-My-Life True Story

Clint Looney baby-sits the insane.

To land his dream job in gifted education, Clint needs experience. He takes the only position available: counselor at a summer camp for disturbed children. But school never taught him to handle real-world crazy.

To get the job recommendations they need, Clint and his co-workers must wow their A-hole boss. Only the swarming, psychotic, merciless kids stand in their way.

From the hick towns of upstate New York to the rampant, muggy forests of the Hudson River Valley, Clint and company match wits with America's worst young minds. Watch as they scale the treetops, dodge flying poo and chase naked, howling teens through the forest. They wanted a resume builder. They got a marathon of madness. Will they go on to bigger, better lives, or work at camp forever? Can Clint escape the Ward of the Flies?

The Self Illusion: Why There is No 'You' Inside Your Head (Extract)

This is an extended extract from The Self Illusion: Why There is No 'You' Inside Your Head, available 19 April 2012.

Most of us believe that we possess a self - an internal individual who resides inside our bodies, making decisions, authoring actions and possessing free will. The feeling that a single, unified, enduring self inhabits the body - the 'me' inside me - is compelling and inescapable. This is how we interact as a social animal and judge each other's actions and deeds. But that sovereignty of the self is increasingly under threat from science as our understanding of the brain advances. Rather than a single entity, the self is really a constellation of mechanisms and experiences that create the illusion of the internal you.

We only emerge as a product of those around us as part of the different storylines we inhabit from the cot to the grave. It is an every changing character, created by the brain to provide a coherent interface between the multitude of internal processes and the external world demands that require different selves.

Empathy: Strategies for Understanding People and Managing Your Anxiety

This book is a steal. It is filled with useful information, advice from experts for anyone who wants to improve their understanding of empathy.

This book includes 2 manuscripts:

Anxiety Relief: How to Overcome Anxiety, Stop Worrying and Panic Attacks


Empathy: A Guide to Developing Your Social and Emotional Intelligence

Throughout this book, James discusses empathy and overcoming anxiety by showing how they determine our style or success with relationships, business, and life. Learn ways to recognize other people's emotions and yours. Understand the analysis of your anxiety better.

The most important thing about these skills is that they can be learned at any stage of life. Everyone wants to become the best version of himself. James Lee King shows methods to learn about emotion and methods to overcome anxiety.

Empathy: Strategies to understand people and manage their anxiety. You will learn:

o Why are these skills necessary?

o Building Emotionally Intelligent Relationships

o Important information and assessments to assist in reading people

o Methods to successfully master your emotions and anxiety

oAnd many more

Empathy: Strategies to understand people and manage their anxiety, is about you and your journey. It's about your personal growth. It's about becoming the best version of yourself

The Road Has Eyes: A Relationship, An RV and a Wild Ride

Were they crazy? Could Art and Fox leave the house and move into an RV full time? Art was a photographer/astronomer and wanted to escape city lights. Fox needed to explore her Native American roots. They started learning RVs. They were victorious but not before they courted utter disaster. The humor of this book seems to lie in the disasters. THE ROAD HAS EYES is a surprising and fun read.This memoir is about making the transition from living in a house to living in an RV. In 2004 Art and Fox resided in a cottage in the woods of Northern California. They had purchased a used recreational vehicle for travel to the Southwest. Fox had recently discovered that she was one half Chiricahua Apache. This confirmed a nagging suspicion that had haunted her for more than forty years. The couple could use the RV to explore their passions. Fox wanted to connect with her Native American heritage. Art wanted to go places where he could master his photography and enjoy his love of astronomy and pristine dark skies. They pointed themselves in their rickety RV towards Arches National Park and hit the road without experience or preparation. The book begins with the story of their meeting. Art was using the internet to get into foolish and comical situations. He met Fox through a mix-up, one of those fated coincidences that seems ordained by higher spirits. Soon they were living together and the idea of RV travel was deeply appealing. They quickly got into trouble. Every crisis led them to people whose kindness and generosity had no ulterior motive. When they finally reached Moab, Utah, the trip took on an eerie tone, as if they had traveled through both time and space. The Four Corners area is inherently weird and surreal. Strange things began to happen; strange powers began to emerge through Fox. Art writes about her childhood psychic abilities and the ways in which they were stimulated when the pair began their travels. In THE ROAD HAS EYES Art describes the process of acquiring a better, bigger motor home. The search for a new vehicle took them to Florida. The return drive was an epic of mad adventure. They were piloting a 38 foot motor coach. This was just following the disaster of Hurricane Katrina. Driving along Interstate Ten was like descending through Dante's circles of Hell. All the campgrounds in three states were filled with refugees from the storm. A Canadian family wanted company and offered to treat the adventurers to a three day binge at Disneyland. Sure! Why not? First they had to reach California! Art's chapter "Disneyland As Hell" is a comic masterpiece of social observation. THE ROAD HAS EYES, A RELATIONSHIP, AN RV AND A WILD RIDE THROUGH INDIAN COUNTRY is an exciting and funny exploration of America as seen through the eyes of two odd characters who chose the road less traveled.

Self Esteem Mastery (Workbook Included!): What Healthy Self-Esteem Is & How To Get It

Are you struggling with low self esteem and feel that the traditional self help advice is not working for you?

Then download this FREE book today to learn an evidence-based approach to how to have a healthy self esteem.

In this book Martin Kaye explains the science and research behind self esteem, and why much of the advice out there on this topic is either incorrect, or even counter-productive.

For example, did you know that saying positive affirmations to yourself in the mirror may have negative effects on your self esteem?

In this book you will learn why this is, along with the following:

The history of the self esteem movementWhat the modern psychology has to say about the early studiesWhat a healthy self esteem is and how it is different from high self esteemThe most common pitfalls of traditional solutions for low self esteemWhy dealing with negative thinking or negative thoughts by turning them into something positive may not be a good strategyWhat happy people have in commonWhat self love actually meansWhat role self discipline plays when it comes to self esteemIn addition Martin Kaye introduces you to a complete system designed specifically to build self esteem while avoiding all the traps. To help you put this system into practice a self esteem workbook comes as a companion to this book.

Are you ready for your journey towards Self Esteem Mastery?

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Ten Interesting Things About Human Behavior

Ten Interesting Things About Human Behavior is a short, lighthearted look at 10 things human beings do, why we do them, and their significance in our everyday lives. How do we resolve psychological conflict that occurs when our behavior violates our attitudes? Why are we so quick to blame others for their behavior while offering excuses for our own? What should we make of the talking heads on cable TV who argue about the cause of TV violence on children's behavior - whose explanation is correct? Why are reality TV shows, some of which portray contestants as pathetic and dysfunctional, so popular?

Questions like these usually provoke different answers from different people, each of whom may attribute his or her answers to "common sense." One person argues that "of course children mimic violence they see on TV - my kids do" while another attributes it to "poor parenting - because my kids don't." Which is it, and why?

Research psychologists try to answer these questions as best we can. This book is a brief look at the answers to 10 aspects of human behavior - answers derived from controlled behavioral research that is designed to test various theories about behavior. Certainly, there is more to human behavior than the 10 things I chose for this short book. And there are hundreds of primary sources and research reports that describe the research findings in more depth. They're out there if you'd like to read more.

But for those who are new to the field of Experimental Psychology, 10 Things may pique your interest in learning more about the subject. And for those "armchair psychologists" out there who'd like a quick read about the most fascinating creatures on the planet - human beings - I think you'll like it, too.

Anxiety Relief: How to Overcome Anxiety, Stop Worrying and Panic Attacks

You should be operable on every sensation that comes your way, and I truly mean that. We are the guardians to our own galaxy. When one arm is cut off, can the other survive? Yes, it can. When one kidney is taken out, can the left side still function? That is why some choose to donate. None of these examples are apart of the book, but I'm freely given you an idea of what is touched upon inside.

And it's for each to take their own understanding from it. I try not to look at things the same way as other's, because it's very easy for me to think outside the box with how I present my own opinion on a matter. And it's not that I disagree with psychology at all, it has some wondrous minds inside of it, but sometimes all it takes is an outsider to paint a more simplified version to an illness that's diagnosed for all to conform to.

There is only so much I can bring to my definitions when expressing words that some may not agree with. I believe we all have a different understanding and viewpoint from our neighbours and family. Even if we are hand taught to pray in the morning or act ladylike and in a proper manner. All these things are compartmentalized, and brain washed for a reason, just like anxiety and worry that comes eagerly from an unbalance of disposition.

I still haven't given anything away. What I want the reader to take from this book is an idea that you can save yourself from allowing it to get worse than it actually is. Here is some more info taken from a science article: who doesn't always get it right but did on this account. I usually read in the morning, and again, I'm sharing this as a specimen for you to see how I organize my thoughts:

When we're anxious and stressed, it can cause you to take shorter breaths, so by deliberately taking a series of deep ones, you can help increase the supply of oxygen to your brain. This, in turn, stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, sometimes referred to as the "rest and digest system," because it's the part of the nervous system that slows heart rate, increases intestinal activity, and relaxes certain stomach muscles.

A little tease that I didn't include. But I talk plenty about the importance of dieting and how it can be the saviour that isn't Jesus and a miracle. I'm no expert on what foods to eat, so do not look for detailed analysis on the exact foods, their specific attributes, and what should be added to a meal plan.

Because another diet that you'll pick up when reading is how we neglect ourselves more than we should. And what can be found be ideal is to learn how the body functions, i.e., the job of the circulatory system is to move nutrients, blood, carbon dioxide, hormones and oxygen. All it takes is a little google, some reading from not only my book, but other sources that can bring you all you need to have a defence prepared. And the answers can be right infront of you if you learn how to prioritize what you should read and what should be skipped over.

Just like Bruce Lee, who took different styles and applied his own finish when it came to martial arts - is the same technique you can do when beating the disorder that leaves you utterly miserable. I try and bring to you the most honest degree of stories that showcase how certain people found their way out of tough situations when it came to anxiousness and worry.

And it's simply explained to, not complicated and filled with drivel that is hard to comprehend. There is an epidemic in the world and it's the lack of a time-out that parents use to be famous for when a naughty child needed to face the consequences of their naughty actions. And as adults, why can't the same be applied? Why not try and find a solution through this book? And if you do find it, then I can say that's one person I've helped through my own point of view.

Love yourself, accept yourself(A book on psychology practice guides about loving yourself)The best doctor is myself: psychology

Life is finally not perfect, it is the place where light is recruited!

Changing the healing classics of many young people

Help you open the channel of life flow, correctly understand and stick to yourself

Reality is better than perfection, what we have to do is not to destroy the inner devil

But to know and embrace it and live a true self.

We always think that some negative emotions, such as bad habits, pain, sadness, anger, fear, etc., are not good. They even think that these are imperfect, hindering our growth, and we try to avoid and overcome them. From a new perspective, the author tells us through the knowledge of psychology that these bad emotions are of great help and positive meaning to us. These emotions are with us all our lives, and these emotions are not our enemies, our friends, we should accept them, and we must thank them for making us stronger and more experienced and more exciting. Reality is better than perfection. What we have to do is not to destroy the inner devil, but to know and embrace it and live the true self! This book focuses on: Bad habits are not your enemy. Don't compete with bad habits, because bad habits represent your inner needs, you can only understand it and accept it. Grief is the power to end tragedy, whether it is sadness, anger, anxiety, jealousy, etc. If you learn to capture and accept them, then you can achieve incredible growth. Anger is the protection of the angry. You must know your anger clearly, and know why it is so angry, and then handle it with wisdom. Don't be guilty, the innocent guilt of the world is not a gift of nature, it reminds us that one of your relationships needs to be adjusted. Fear tells you what is more important to you and has exclusive value, because in many cases, only fear can strongly remind you that what is important. Only in the crowd can you know any relationship you care about, but it is actually a mirror of the soul that can reveal the secrets of your heart. Say "I accept" and let the mind return to freedom. The so-called acceptance, that is, to face all the truths in our lives, deeply understand that once anything happens, it cannot be changed, and no matter how close people are, we cannot expect them to be ourselves. And change. Giving yourself a ritual and starting a journey of spiritual growth is not an abstract process. We need some specific rituals to echo the rhythm of spiritual growth. A person's mental health is directly proportional to the degree of pain of acceptance, embracing your pain, this is the only way to become your own.

Master of Hypnosis: Learn How Hypnosis Really Works with Become Superhuman (Become Superhuman!!!)

Become Superhuman!!! Master of Hypnosis

Have you been feeling like you're a superhuman lately? If you answer anything but yes to this question, you are missing out on many fantastic experiences, and wasting your true potential. Start down, or continue on the path to becoming the superhuman you deserve to be by becoming a Master of Hypnosis!


The Basics of Hypnosis- Get Inside of Your Head!

How to Hypnotize Yourself!

Hypnotize Your Friends!

Preventing Foes from Hypnotizing You!

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As a Man Thinketh

"As a Man Thinketh" is a literary essay by James Allen, first published in 1902. In more than a century it has become an inspirational classic, selling millions of copies worldwide and bringing faith, inspiration, and self healing to all who have encountered it. The title comes from the Bible: "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he." -- Proverbs, chapter 23, verse 7

Positive Thinking: Discover the Power of Positive Thinking and Change Your Mindset to Become an Optimist

Look on the bright side! Positive thinking is the best and most powerful tool you can have to achieve happiness and success. Research studies confirm that it brings about happiness, health, success, inner peace, improved relationships and longevity. It makes your life easier, richer and more fun. It is also contagious. People around positive people become positive themselves and very soon, the whole place is a great place. Unfortunately, many are not able to use this wonderful force because they are bogged down by negative thinking, which does the exact opposite. You need to change your mindset to positive if you want to experience and achieve happiness and success in your life. - Are you ready to make that change? - Do you know how to make that change? - Do you really want to be happy and successful? According to research studies, a positive mindset will boost your energy, improve your mental abilities, reduce stress, increase your life span, enhance your health, decrease depression, and make you happy. It pays to be and stay positive. Wouldn't you want that? Here is your opportunity to learn how to harness the power of positive thinking in your life. This eBook will take you by the hand and show you how you change from "I cannot" to "I can" in every aspect of your life. Here's a Sneak Peak of What You Will Learn... - why negative thoughts are formed and how to recognize and keep them at bay - how to attract good things into your life through positive thinking - how to sustain positive thinking through the ups and downs of life - how to ensure that you never let go of this power, once you find it - how to transform your life, i.e. become more successful, healthier, happier, better, younger - using this one tool - positive thinking - and much, much more! Get the power to change your life for the better. It is simple. It is powerful. It is proven. Don't allow negativity to cheat you from achieving happiness and success in your life. Take action now. Read this eBook a


An Outline of Occult Science

The Superstitions of Witchcraft

The Discovery of Witches

A Dog In It's Barking...

A superb collection of darkly observational poetry by a writer too long lost under the radar. The poetry of Rick Howe touches, thrills and enthralls in its own unique style. Never afraid of brutal honesty, these writings touch on themes familiar to many, depression, frustration, world weariness, the common human experience. Some are not an easy read, all astound with the writers voice, strident, assured even in isolation and adversity.

Rick Howe hasn't had a background in the literary arts, though once he vaguely recalls sitting through interminable English Literature classes, likely thinking of the temporary escape of break time and an illicit cigarette or two down by the curled back fences at the edge of the school grounds. During this time, he found himself being assaulted by words that were irritatingly persistent in being written down. Would they hell be quiet.

Eventually, enough being enough, and being enamoured of dramatic acts, he gathered up all his notebooks and journals and burned them under a rail bridge. He then walked away from the curse of words.

This ritual worked wonderfully as after 18 years a flood of poetry burst his brittle banks and poured forth. He does still, however, try to resist and has described himself as a downbeat poet, an alley poet, a gutter poet. He works in a factory and doesn't know many other posts, which might contribute to his original take on things.

Rick Howe would also like to point out he is a big fan of whisky, and will have one, so long as you're buying..