This book contains all the tables used in SAP MM. Specially useful for MM Consultants.
This book contains all the tables used in SAP MM. Specially useful for MM Consultants.
‘This is The Good Life meets A Year in Provence’. Sue Collins, The Nualas ‘A luminous, funny and profound reading experience.’ Sebastian Barry First, a dream of escaping the city… and then a century-old cottage to match the dream. Moving to a small village in the heart of the countryside was the beginning of a new life for Philip Judge and his Beloved – the beginning of life In Sight of Yellow Mountain. Judge describes the season-by-season charms and frustrations that he, his Beloved, and eventually, his two growing boys experience as they adapt to life in the countryside. There are highs and lows. Wellies and tweeds are bought. Vegetable patches cultivated. Lambs are born, calves die. There is weather: good and bad; health and happiness; illness and sadness. The city slicker fails miserably at Name That Grain! and makes many faux pas along the way, but ultimately, this is the story of one man, and his growing family, experiencing the pleasure that is finding home.Show book
The book presents the compulsory knowledge regarding psychic processes, psychic activities and subtle bodies of a human being for those persons involved in spiritual practices. The work shows overviews of: - The psychic processes of human beings (cognitive, affective and volitional); - The classical psychic activities of human beings (language, creation, playing, learning and working) and the corresponding activated areas of the brain; - The alternate psychic activities of human beings (visualizations, lucid dreaming, out of body experiences, telepathy, meditation, enlightenment experience) and the corresponding activated areas of the brain; - The subtle bodies of human beings (bioelectrical structure and bioenergy component: acupressure points, meridians, chakras, sensitive areas, principal field components, secondary field components, divine field components and Kundalini) and the corresponding activated areas of the brain; - The aura. The book offers a reach database of resources.Show book
Every human body carries a secret cargo: a huge population of microorganisms living in the mouth, on the skin, in the gut. They help digest our food. They make essential vitamins. They break down toxins and metabolise drugs. They exert an invisible influence on our hormones, our immune systems, perhaps even our brains. This is the human microbiome – a living, shifting system of previously unimagined importance and complexity. In this first book-length account of this new realm of human biology, award-winning science writer Jon Turney explores the microbiome in detail, charting its birth and development, investigating how it works, and assessing its many implications for our health, including its potential to shed new light on conditions such as bowel diseases, cancer, allergies and asthma. He considers the potential impacts of our modern disinfectant and antibiotic obsessions, and ponders a future of designer microbiomes and mood-altering probiotics. This book will make you think again about your relationship with your body, your habits – even your sense of who and what you are – as it reveals what it means to be a 21st century superorganism.Show book
Are you aware of the language your body expresses, and how it affects your relationships and experience? How can you develop the INTIMACY you crave when you are dissociated from YOUR OWN BODY? When you touch behind your knee, or touch your belly - you touch your heart, and your entire life's experience. Your flesh and blood is your diary, recording emotional events on its cells. Your body talks in subtle and profound ways; often out of alignment with the words you speak. To be effective in your life, the quality of this communication matters! You are sensorial genius. Sensual Intelligence begins with conscious awareness of how your physiological systems process and store emotions and information. Benefit from innovative research and breakthroughs in consciousness science. Experience your body from within to heal pain, feel more pleasure and love, a fully embodied spiritual life, and greater joy, empathy and confidence. Don't wait for love... CREATE. Explore the skin you're in with an exquisite and UNIQUE HANDS-ON TOUR from head to toe. You'll think about your body differently, even with daily activities like sitting. Awareness and engagement, rather than fixation and attachment to your body, is power, deeply felt. • Release painful holding patterns to unlock vital energy using surprising and fun sensory experiences • Increase empathy and humility in everyday experiences - develop your insular cortex • Feel the power of loving touch to immediately relax your nervous system so you feel connected and whole Feel good in this skin you're in. Author and Co-founder of the Society for Mind Brain Sciences, Natalie Geld shares her provocative conversations with leaders in neuroscience, human anatomy, contemplative science, sexuality, and psychology to reveal the stunning interdependence of our mind-body networks -- a highly concerted effort that we are an indelible part of. Featuring ~ Dr. Rick Hanson - Neuropsychologist, Founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, NY Times best-selling author of "Buddhas's Brain" & "Hardwiring Happiness" Dr. Cassandra Vieten - CEO / President of the Institute for Noetic Sciences, author of "Mindful Motherhood," co-author with Marilyn Schlitz, "Living Deeply: The Art and Science of Transformation" Caroline Muir - Bestselling author, "Tantra Goddess: A Memoir of Sexual Awakening," co-author, "The Art of Conscious Loving" Dr. Gil Hedley - Founder, Somanautics Workshops, Author, "The Atlas of Integral Anatomy" Dr. Dean Radin - Chief Research Scientist, IONS, Author, "Entangled Minds" Kevin Krycka, PsyD - Clinical Psychologist, Seattle University & Focusing Oriented Psychotherapist Dr. Zoran Josipovic - NYU Neuroscientist & Founder, Nonduality Institute Anne-Marie Duchene - Psychosomatic Therapist & Founder, Art of Alignment Open the book of YOU... A must read for anyone with a body!Show book
What is a spacefaring society, and how do we get there from here? In addressing these questions, this book examines how partisanship and parochialism have hindered American space dreams in recent years, and demonstrates that the lessons we should have learned from U.S. history can put us on a more productive path. Instead of being stuck in Stage One space development (space as a training ground), we can move more quickly to Stage Two (Earth-Moon space as an industrial park) and eventually to Stage Three (human activity across the solar system). The keys to achieving this are routine proximity operations throughout Earth-Moon space, sustainable space infrastructure, and a new level of collaboration between the public and private sectors not adventure trips to distant solar system destinations. In Becoming Spacefarers: Rescuing Americas Space Program, James A. Vedda, one of the most innovative space policy analysts working today, offers a no-nonsense account of the current doldrums of spacefl ight in the United States and how the nation might deal with it. He makes clear that we are in a crisis, that business as usual will not enable us to overcome it, and that it is not suffi cient to rest on past successes or to accept the present partisanship and parochialism. In addition to diagnosing the problems, Vedda also offers useful and in some cases provocative prescriptions for how Americans might untie the Gordian knot of current approaches to spacefl ight.Show book
Even in our hyper-connected world, there are tribes scattered across the far reaches of the globe who still live much the same way that their ancestors did thousands of years ago. Having had minimal contact with the outside world, these peoples currently live in harmony and unison with the environment around them. But as technology grows and the human population expands, the way of life of these tribes becomes increasingly threatened with every passing day. In The Rainforest Survivors, foreign correspondent Paul Raffaele recounts his time spent with three unique jungle tribes—the peace-loving Congo Pygmies, New Guinea’s tree-dwelling Korowai cannibals, and the Amazon’s ferocious Korubo. Over months spent living in these three communities, Raffaele experienced firsthand wisdom and mysterious rites forged over many millennia. Resonating with high adventure and remarkable characters, The Rainforest Survivors details the daily lives of these relatively unknown peoples and provides key political and environmental context, showing how outside forces are closing in on them and threatening to change forever their ways of life. Enthralling and unforgettable, this compelling book is the important portrait of indigenous peoples living the way they have for centuries.Show book