Winner of the "HEALTH: PSYCHOLOGY/MENTAL HEALTH" category in the 2013 USA Best Book Awards
We live in a universe that actually wants you to “have it all”… But if you’ve been frustrated in your attempts to create the kind of life you can love – a life of boundless joy, love, and material abundance… Then here at last is the missing key.
“The Map” doesn’t just tell you what is possible in this life – it shows you, step-by-simple-step, exactly how to get from Point A (where you are) to Point B (where your greatest heartfelt dreams are found). Jam-packed with plenty of delicious detail, this “GPS to your dreams” can help you pinpoint an exact path to creating the life you were born to live, while revealing how to:
Uncover your true dream – not just the one you may have “settled for” over the years
Identify, root out, and reprogram any limiting beliefs that have been holding you back
Know when – and how – to take action on your dreams (because taking action is the one step most “dreamers” never get to)
Tell whether your desires are manifesting, or not … since it can sometimes take a while for the universe to line up everything needed for your dream to materialize, and it may appear to you that nothing’s happening (but you’ll know to watch for these signs)
Be happy, no matter what – and never again be tossed around by unexpected pot-holes along the road of Life (“The Map” can steer you onto smoother highways every time.)
Also includes a powerfully simple Daily Checklist of steps so you can create your dream life as quickly and elegantly as possible!
Boni Lonnsburry has developed a proven, straightforward system for turning dreams into reality. She went from being broke, alone, jobless and nearly homeless … to being the owner of a multimillion-dollar business, married to the man of her dreams, and living a life she truly loves. Boni has shown thousands of people how to manifest their dreams. And now she wants to show you too, in “The Map”.
Our newest book, What Is PTSD? 3 Steps to Healing Trauma, is the perfect companion for your recovery, introducing you to techniques and strategies that have helped thousands of our clients embark on their own healing journey.
We invite you to discover:
Three essential steps to healing trauma
How your mind and body work in determining your unique response to trauma
How to stay present in healing trauma
Healing with new energy, no matter how long ago your traumatic experience
Highly effective coping techniques to help you cope with even your most distressing symptoms
Recovery stories of trauma survivors providing you with inspiration and hope
Significant ways to reconnect with others while moving forward in four key areas for healing
Over 20 exercises to help you heal from the effects of PTSD
You are not alone; it is our honor to be your companions on this gentle journey to a new place in your life.
“Wise, warm, illuminating and instructive: this gentle book is for anyone ready and willing to start the wondrous exploration of what it means to be whole.”Guy Finley, author of The Secret of Letting Go
Your Ultimate Life Plan is the winner of a 2013 Gold Nautilus Award, a Gold Readers’ Favorite Int’l Book Award, a Silver Benjamin Franklin Award, and was a finalist in the ForeWord Book of the Year Awards. The foreword was written by Lama Surya Das, and the book has been endorsed by Rev. Michael Beckwith, Fr. Richard Rohr, Rabbi Rami Shapiro, Sharon Salzberg, Guy Finley, Dr. Bernie Siegel, Melody Beattie, and Tara Brach, along with many other distinguished authors and spiritual teachers.
Are You Ready to Live the Life You've Always Dreamed Of?
Are you living the life you've always dreamed of? I mean, really? Are you the person you want to be? Or is there a persistent issue in your life you've yet to change or improve? If these questions leave you longing for something more out of life, then this book is for you!
Whether you're a teacher or CEO, are frustrated with your job, have a chal¬lenging relationship with your spouse or partner, are longing to live your passion and purpose more fully in the world, or feel that life wasn't meant to be such a struggle, it's often your desire for greater peace and happiness that sets you on the path of living a more conscious life.
Based upon what Fr. Richard Rohr calls, “the kind of wise integration of good psychology and good spirituality that so many people need today—instead of just one or the other, which makes both of them weak,” this “workshop in a book” draws upon Dr. Jennifer Howard’s 20-plus years of experience as a psychotherapist, life and business coach, energy healer, and spiritual teacher. An eminently practical guide, Your Ultimate Life Plan is the missing “how to” for moving past your problems and stepping boldly into your next, deeper level of happiness, wholeness, transformation, and success.
Each chapter includes Dr. Howard’s Conscious Living 2.0(TM) exercises, self-awareness questions, and meditations to help you integrate the information given as well as dive deeply into whatever’s getting in the way of your happiness and success, so you can embody ever-deepening aspects of Reality. Or, as Dr. Joe Vitale says, so that you can take a “transformational journey from the dark crevices of the shadow to the heights of subtle transcendence.”
As you walk this path, your experience of life becomes deeper and more profound, and you’ll develop a satisfying, intimate connection with yourself, your soul, and others. You’ll con¬nect deeply with your inner wisdom, allowing you to live the remarkable life you were born to live. You’ll embrace your innate spiritual warrior as you learn to embody gratitude while finding your passion and purpose. You’ll learn through your everyday experience that self-discovery is life’s greatest adventure.
Why settle for average, when the potential to live an amazing life is inside you, right now!
Join the Club! Are you living with some form or degree of brain injury? Are you experiencing brain fog? Are you totally brain tired? Do you know someone who has any of these issues? You are not alone. Begin the conversation. Everyone is affected by brain issues in some phase of their life. Nancy speaks of her own brain injury resulting in “foreign accent syndrome”. Wandering through the brain fog, experiencing brain exhaustion and participating in the care of family members, she attributes the Feldenkrais Method® as a resource in her ability to cope and heal. Included are: 31 simple “30 to 60 second Moments of Awareness” designed to help you begin training your brain.
Do You Carry the Secret Burden of Emotional Eating? If you have ever used food as a method of coping, felt held back in your professional or personal life because of how you look and feel about yourself, cringe at the thought of being in front of a camera, eat differently alone than in front of others, or hide beneath layers of clothes because of the shame you feel about your appearance then continue reading! The Secret Burden explores the missing piece of the puzzle to taking control of emotional eating and will provide you with the tools to gain awareness into what food represents to you and why this has become your main method of coping. You will make the mindset shifts necessary to start the process of recovery and you will learn how to create a personalized lifestyle plan to serve as a foundation to a healthier way of coping and living.
Winner of the "Health: Psychology/Mental Health" category in the 2013 International Book Awards
Substance abuse is an increasing problem among adolescents who are exposed to newer and stronger drugs with more addictive potential and greater availability. Adolescents often search for that quick fix to escape from the pressures and expectations of reality, increasing their susceptibility to addiction and acting out. This workbook addresses these challenges in treatment and recovery from substance abuse and spans problem identification, drug education, relapse prevention, and maintenance of a clean and sober lifestyle. Topics that are unique to adolescents are addressed and include triggers and coping skills, peer pressure, relationships, impulsiveness, and family dynamics. Exercises are designed to be interesting, thought-provoking, psycho-educational, and even fun, making treatment and the recovery process more manageable and achievable. Individual questions, group exercises, and group discussion topics are provided, with worksheets that may be reproduced, making this workbook applicable in a variety of settings.
Is My Child Autistic or Delayed? is a book written for parents and professionals to explore autism concerns and developmental delays in children. The book is written by Susan Louise Peterson, a school psychologist who has conducted over 1000 assessments on young children with possible developmental delays and autism concerns. The book is parent friendly written in easy to understand language. Parent concerns in the areas of communication, stereotyped behaviors, social interaction, unusual behaviors and daily living are presented with a school psychologist’s perspective of the concern. The book is also geared to help professionals as it gives an overview of autism characteristics. Is My Child Autistic or Delayed? even discusses the ‘wrong reasons’ a parent may want a diagnosis of autism for a child. The multidisciplinary team approach is discussed in the decision making process of whether a child is delayed or has autism characteristics. Is My Child Autistic or Delayed? gives a nice overview of both parent and professional concerns. Parent concerns in the book include topics such as the type and timing of a referral, cultural issues related to autism, inconsistent living patterns and medical concerns of the child. There is a look at the child’s ‘purposeful behaviors’ to understand delays or autism characteristics. Professional concerns examined in the book include the type of training of the professional, the type of autism assessments and the types of information and behaviors reported that may influence the decision making process of whether a child is autistic or delayed. Is My Child Autistic or Delayed? is a wonderful resource for parents (and professionals) beginning the process of an educational assessment for possible autism concerns and developmental delays.