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Want to Improve Your Overall Health and Well-Being?Want to Lose Weight, Overcome Anxiety, Defeat Depression & Stress?If you answered “YES” to any of the above questions then you'll want to grab this guide and learn how essential oils might be right for you. Live Happier and Healthier with the Power of Essential Oils!Essential oils will not only help cure illnesses, they can help you lose weight and provide a deeper sense of calm and clarity. Certain essential oils can boost your energy and mood levels through the roof, all while keeping your hair and skin looking healthy and great.A Beginner’s Guide to Aromatherapy & Essential Oils: Recipes for Health and Healing provides the essential recipes, practical tips, and safety guidelines you need to get the most out of your aromatic oils.This book is a great starter for everyone to explore the world of essential oils and aromatherapy.Show book
After the Rain - Gentle...
In After the Rain, celebrated self-care storyteller Alexandra Elle delivers 15 lessons on how to overcome obstacles, build confidence, and cultivate abundance.Part memoir and part guide, Elle shares stirring stories from her own remarkable journey from self-doubt to self-love.This soulful collection is filled with illuminating reflections on loss, fear, bravery, healing, love, acceptance, and more.• Readers follow along her journey as she transforms challenging experiences—a difficult childhood, painful romantic relationships, and single parenting as a young mom—into fuel for her career as a successful entrepreneur and author driven by purpose and pasion• Filled with Elle's signature candor and warmth• Includes empowering affirmations and meditations for readers to practice in their own livesAfter the Rain is a soulful guide to help you embrace all the beauty, love, and opportunity life has to offer.• Presented in luminous package with a foil case and gold accents• A beautiful gift for anyone on the path to self-discovery, and an uplifting reminder that there is always sunshine after the rain• Perfect for the friend who loves meditating, self-care, journaling, or seeking personal transformation and empowerment• Great for those who loved Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist, 100 Days to Brave by Annie F. Downs, and anything written by Brené Brown, Rupi Kaur, Rachel Hollis, and Elizabeth GilbertShow book
The Complete Book of Ketones - A...
Comprehensive Guide: More than just a “diet” book, it’s the first and only comprehensive guide to everything keto, and includes strategies for increasing ketone levels, an overview of the different types of ketogenic diets and their benefits, a list of ketone supplements, keto-friendly recipes and ingredients, sources for finding specialty foods, and much more. The Keto Craze: Interest in the Keto diet has reached its peak popularity, and it doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon. Keto transformation stories, keto recipes and #keto are all over social media and trending features in lifestyle and health magazines across the nation. This book breaks down the why behind the results, and cuts through the confusion floating around online. Ketone Expert: Dr. Mary Newport is a leader in her field, and the first to link ketones to Alzheimer’s disease in her previous work Alzheimer’s Disease: What if There Was a Cure?: The Story of Ketones.Show book
Death is Not Goodbye - Connect...
Are you ready to communicate with your loved ones in the afterlife?Do you dream of connecting with your deceased loved ones? Do you have a strong desire to develop your mediumship skills but have no idea where to start? Are you unsure if you even have the necessary spiritual abilities? You absolutely do, and you can learn the skills necessary to communicate with your loved ones once again and find peace knowing they are close by.There are a myriad of beliefs and misconceptions about the spirit world that can block one’s spiritual development. Since her childhood, psychic medium, spiritual coach, and author Kim Weaver has had a strong connection to the spirit world. Now, she shares this profound knowledge with others to help them also connect with those who have passed on.In Death Is Not Goodbye, Kim will teach you how to: Connect with deceased loved ones quickly, easily, and immediately Recognize communication from the other side Develop a clear link with Spirit Test your results for validation Establish confidence in your abilities Losing a loved one can take a toll on you. If you’re ready to find peace and solace, read Death Is Not Goodbye today and discover ways to reconnect with your deceased loved ones; they’re waiting for you!Show book
The World's Worst Conspiracies
The World's Worst Conspiracies is a compilation of the most fascinating, bizarre and compelling conspiracy theories in the world today. Delving into speculation about the assassination of JFK, chemtrails, the emergence of the 'New World Order', the sinister experiments at CERN, possible cover-ups regarding Area 51 and the so-called Clinton Body Count, this collection provides an essential reference for everyone interested in learning more about the secret forces that may be controlling our world. Taking a balanced and measured approach, it explores why these theories have taken hold, and how much truth lies at their foundations. Do you believe them?Show book
Visitors at the End of Life -...
About 30 percent of hospice patients report a “visitation” by someone who is not there, a phenomenon known in end-of-life care as a deathbed vision. These visions can be of dead friends or family members and occur on average three days before death. Strikingly, individuals from wildly diverse geographic regions and religions—from New York to Japan to Moldova to Papua New Guinea—report similar visions. Appearances of our dead during serious illness, crises, or bereavement are as old as the historical record. But in recent years, we have tended to explain them in either the fantastical terms of the supernatural or the reductive terms of neuroscience.This book is about how, when, and why our dead visit us. Allan Kellehear—a medical sociologist and expert on death, dying, and palliative care—has gathered data and conducted studies on these experiences across cultures. He also draws on the long-neglected work of early anthropologists who developed cultural explanations about why the dead visit. Deathbed visions conform to the rituals that underpin basic social relations and expectations—customs of greeting, support, exchange, gift-giving, and vigils—because the dead must communicate with us in a social language that we recognize. Kellehear emphasizes the personal consequences for those who encounter these visions, revealing their significance for how the dying person makes meaning of their experiences. Providing vital understanding of a widespread yet mysterious phenomenon, Visitors at the End of Life offers insights for palliative care professionals, researchers, and the bereaved.Show book