Tag: psychology

Nondualism: Merging Psychology, Spirituality and Philosophy (Second Edition)

Nondualism: Merging Psychology, Spirituality and Philosophy (Second Edition)

| October 6, 2019

Updated and Expanded Second Edition: Introduces the concept of the Ego Migration which claims that the ego migrated from the right hemisphere to the left in order to develop the logical faculties of the mind in childhood. Furthermore, all spiritual disciplines were developed to reverse this migration to acquire whole-brain intelligence. This can be seen […]

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Lonely Girl & Loner Boy

Lonely Girl & Loner Boy

| September 1, 2019

‘Youth is Evil’ These are the words by which our protagonist Leo lives by…Leo is an outcast, who has not had human contact in god knows how long. He can easily count all his friend and dear ones with no hands at all. His life reeks of loneliness. This sounds like some kind of curse […]

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Depression and the Immature Romance

Depression and the Immature Romance

| August 17, 2019

Depression is a mystery, wrapped in an enigma, inside of a mind psychological science cannot directly explore. This book takes you behind that dark veil. Have you struggled to understand depression—in yourself, in a close friend or family member, or just in the people you observe around you? Have you ever wondered, in vain, what […]

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The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials

| July 25, 2019

Dream meaning is so powerful that one dream can change your life. Discover 11 keys to interpreting your own dreams in this book from the author of The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Dictionary. With these practical tips, translation tools, and analysis techniques, you’ll be free to explore your dreams and unlock their transformative power. Dream Interpretation […]

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Hungry for Life: A Memoir Unlocking the Truth Inside an Anorexic Mind

Hungry for Life: A Memoir Unlocking the Truth Inside an Anorexic Mind

| March 23, 2019

In this painfully moving memoir, take a firsthand look at anorexia through the eyes of a young girl. Even in kindergarten, Rachel Richards knows something isn’t right. By leading us through her distorted thoughts, she shines a light on the experience and mystery of mental illness. As she grows up, unable to comprehend or communicate […]

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