Free U.S. Shipping on orders over $20.00

share:

New World Library Unshelved

New World Library Unshelved

Positive news and inspiring views from the New World Library community


Entries for 'Publicity Admin'

Thursday, April 19, 2018
IS BUSYNESS KEEPING YOU FROM WHAT YOU NEED AND WANT? An excerpt from BREAKING UP WITH BUSY by Yvonne Tally
By Publicity Admin

Women today have reset the bar, and it’s high. They collectively aim into the stratosphere: to be the most creative and dynamic professionals, the parents with all the answers, the most understanding and loving partners, and the best and most reliable friends. Their perfectionistic expectations have led to an unrealistic and terribly demanding mind-set, and they multitask from one event to another, silently murmuring under their exhausted, coffee-soaked breath, “Something’s got to give. I’m tired of it always being me!” 

In Breaking Up with Busy: Real-Life Solutions for Overscheduled Women, author Yvonne Tally offers practical, effective solutions to the frustrations caused by a time-strapped lifestyle. We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt from the book.


(READ MORE)

mindfulness
Thursday, April 12, 2018
REASONS THE CHAKRAS MIGHT GET BLOCKED: An excerpt from CHAKRA HEALING FOR VIBRANT ENERGY by Michelle S. Fondin
By Publicity Admin

Positioned along the spinal axis, from the tailbone to the crown of the head, the seven main energy centers of the body are called chakras. Author, Ayurvedic lifestyle counselor, and yoga and meditation teacher Michelle Fondin explores and explains how each chakra works in the seven chapters of her new book, Chakra Healing for Vibrant Energy, which demystifies the role of the chakras in facilitating healing, balance, personal power, and everyday well-being. She offers meditations and visualizations, yoga postures, breathing exercises, and Ayurvedic dietary practices to learn about and work with the chakras. In the following excerpt, she shares some of the reasons that our chakras can get blocked and some of the first steps we can take to open them back up again for more vibrant healing.


(READ MORE)

health & wellness
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
NEW WORLD NOW PODCAST, Episode 33: BREAKING UP WITH BUSY with Yvonne Tally
By Publicity Admin

From family to career to self-fulfillment, being busy has become a way of life for the majority of women today. In this inspiring interview with host Kim Corbin, Breaking Up with Busy author Yvonne Tally offers today’s overscheduled women (and the men who love them) practical, mindful, and effective solutions to the frustrations caused by the time-strapped lifestyle so many of us experience. 

 

(READ MORE)

mindfulness
Thursday, April 05, 2018
THE POWER OF POETRY IN DIFFICULT TIMES: An excerpt from TEN POEMS FOR DIFFICULT TIMES by Roger Housden
By Publicity Admin

Happy National Poetry Month!  

In his bestselling Ten Poems series, author Roger Housden has shown an uncanny ability to choose and discuss poems that strike at the core of readers’ concerns and needs. In his latest volume, Ten Poems for Difficult Times, which was inspired by the election of Donald Trump, ten extraordinary poems, along with Housden’s incisive essays, bring heartfelt insight and broad perspective both to our personal challenges and to our cultural and collective malaise. We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt and video interview about the book.  


(READ MORE)

poetry
Thursday, March 29, 2018
HOW TO PRACTICE SELF-VALIDATION: An excerpt from WHEN FOOD IS COMFORT by Julie M. Simon
By Publicity Admin

Current brain science shows that a lack of consistent emotional nurturance in infancy and childhood, when the brain is being formed, can result in difficulties with self-regulation, causing us to seek comfort and nurturance outside ourselves, often in substances, such as food, and behaviors, such as overeating. The good news is that our history is not our destiny, and the brain can be rewired.

In When Food Is Comfort: Nurture Yourself Mindfully, Rewire Your Brain, and End Emotional Eating, author Julie M. Simon explains that, instead of turning to food for comfort, emotional overeaters can learn to self-nurture through the simple, easy-to-master skills she offers. We hope you’ll enjoy this excerpt from the book. 

(READ MORE)

health & wellness
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
NEW WORLD NOW PODCAST, Episode 32: MINDFUL INNER NURTURING with Julie M. Simon
By Publicity Admin

If you regularly eat when you aren’t hungry, choose unhealthy comfort foods, or eat beyond fullness, then author Julie M. Simon’s new book, When Food Is Comfort: Nurture Yourself Mindfully, Rewire Your Brain, and End Emotional Eating, could really help. It includes her breakthrough mindfulness practice called Inner Nurturing, a step-by-step program that offers the practical skills you need to nurture yourself with the loving-kindness you crave. In this episode of the New World Now podcast, host Kim Corbin goes in-depth with Julie about how to provide your own Inner Nurturing and end emotional eating for good.

(READ MORE)

health & wellness

Next Page  >

SUBSCRIBE TO RSS FEED

Blog RSS Link  RSS

Add to Google

SHARE THIS PAGE

SHARE THIS PAGE
share:

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER

CONNECT TO NEW WORLD LIBRARY

ARCHIVES

April 2018 (4)
March 2018 (5)
February 2018 (5)
January 2018 (5)
December 2017 (3)
November 2017 (6)
October 2017 (6)
September 2017 (6)
August 2017 (6)
July 2017 (5)
June 2017 (7)
May 2017 (6)
April 2017 (6)
March 2017 (8)
February 2017 (5)
January 2017 (5)
December 2016 (6)
November 2016 (8)
October 2016 (6)
September 2016 (7)
August 2016 (6)
July 2016 (6)
June 2016 (7)
May 2016 (7)
April 2016 (6)
March 2016 (7)
February 2016 (6)
January 2016 (6)
December 2015 (4)
November 2015 (7)
October 2015 (7)
September 2015 (6)
August 2015 (7)
July 2015 (9)
June 2015 (9)
May 2015 (8)
April 2015 (9)
March 2015 (9)
February 2015 (8)
January 2015 (8)
December 2014 (7)
November 2014 (7)
October 2014 (9)
September 2014 (9)
August 2014 (8)
July 2014 (10)
June 2014 (8)
May 2014 (9)
April 2014 (8)
March 2014 (9)
February 2014 (9)
January 2014 (7)
December 2013 (7)
November 2013 (4)
October 2013 (5)
September 2013 (4)
August 2013 (4)
July 2013 (3)
June 2013 (3)
May 2013 (4)
April 2013 (4)
March 2013 (3)
February 2013 (3)
January 2013 (2)
December 2012 (4)
November 2012 (4)
October 2012 (5)
September 2012 (2)
August 2012 (3)
July 2012 (2)
June 2012 (3)
May 2012 (2)
April 2012 (3)
March 2012 (5)
February 2012 (3)
January 2012 (4)
December 2011 (4)
November 2011 (3)
October 2011 (4)
September 2011 (5)
August 2011 (4)
July 2011 (2)
June 2011 (3)
May 2011 (3)
April 2011 (4)
March 2011 (4)
February 2011 (3)
January 2011 (1)
December 2010 (3)
November 2010 (3)
October 2010 (4)
September 2010 (2)
August 2010 (4)
July 2010 (4)
June 2010 (2)
May 2010 (4)
April 2010 (5)
March 2010 (5)
February 2010 (1)