A review of Susan Clark's book on what therapies and interventions work when kids are sick.
Rose Elliot is one of the foremost vegetarian cookery writers. This book is full of reliable, exciting recipes
Sandra explains how our emotional reactions are set off by all kinds of triggers, and then sends a lot of the book sharing techniques to change our reaction patterns.
The book examines the causes of why the world seems increasingly both frustrating (apparently simple solutions never being adopted) and depressing (the same old values being held on to despite the fact that many are damaging and inappropriate).
Running to Learn tells the compelling story of Julia, an international marathon runner - her struggle to reach peak performance, her battle with an eating disorder and the challenges of her personal relationships.
Matthew Manning, a healer, recounts his own personal story in this moving book.
There is a power whose magnificence is everywhere. We see it in every moment: in the sun, the rain, and children playing. We hear it all around us, from the depths of silence to the crescendo of a symphony. From a fragrant field of flowers to the freshness of a newborn baby, its scent transforms our very souls.
Health Kinesiology is written by Jane Thurnell-Read, an expert in this field.
Geopathic stress (GS) is the general term for energies emanating from the earth that cause discomfort and ill health in human beings. There is a shortage of books on this fascinating and complex topic, so this book is particularly welcome.
Pete Egoscue has writen a wonderful book with detailed exercises to get your back realigned and less painful.
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