Try Softer

Author: Aundi Kolber
Editor: Tyndale Momentum
ISBN: 1496439651
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In the wise and soulful tradition of teachers like Shauna Niequist and Brene Brown, therapist Aundi Kolber debuts with Try Softer, helping us align our mind, body, and soul to live the life God created for us. In a world that preaches a "try harder" gospel--just keep going, keep hustling, keep pretending we're all fine--we're left exhausted, overwhelmed, and so numb to our lives. If we're honest, we've been overfunctioning for so long, we can't even imagine another way. How else will things get done? How else will we survive? It doesn't have to be this way. Aundi Kolber believes that we don't have to white-knuckle our way through life. In her debut book, Try Softer, she'll show us how God specifically designed our bodies and minds to work together to process our stories and work through obstacles. Through the latest psychology, practical clinical exercises, and her own personal story, Aundi equips and empowers us to connect us to our truest self and truly live. This is the "try softer" life. In Try Softer, you'll learn how to: Know and set emotional and relational boundaries Make sense of the difficult experiences you've had Identify your attachment style--and how that affects your relationships today Move through emotions rather than get stuck by them Grow in self-compassion and talk back to your inner critic Trying softer is sacred work. And while it won't be perfect or easy, it will be worth it. Because this is what we were made for: a living, breathing, moving, feeling, connected, beautifully incarnational life.

A Mindful Nation

Author: Tim Ryan
Editor: Hay House Incorporated
ISBN: 1401939309
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Argues that adopting the practice of meditation would yield benefits in the United States, including reinvigorating core American values and revitalizing communities.

The Power Of The Soul Over The Body Considered In Relation To Health And Morals

Author: George Moore
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The Logic Of Racial Practice

Author: Brock Bahler
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ISBN: 1793641544
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This book explores how white supremacy produces a racialized orientation in our lives, arguing that racism is habituated, enacting within us racialized and racist dispositions and bodily comportments that inform how we interact with others. Thus, eradicating racism requires unlearning racialized habits and cultivating new anti-racist habits.

The Treating Arthritis Diet Book

Author: Margaret Hills
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1529349060
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FOODS TO HELP AND HEAL ARTHRITIS - EAT BETTER, FEEL BETTER Hundreds of thousands of people with arthritis have been helped by the Margaret Hills Clinic and by Margaret's bestselling book, Treating Arthritis: The Drug-free Way. This companion title, completely updated with all-new recipes, offers a full range of nutritional resources to bring about an improvement for anyone struggling with pain and mobility. Embracing the simple principles that make this drug-free protocol so effective, this book offers hundreds of recipes and dietary plans, as well as an overview of why diet is so important for managing arthritis. It caters for vegetarians and vegans, and has recommendations for those managing auto-immune conditions such as coeliac disease, or food allergies. There are clean, contemporary and delicious meals for every season, as well as such essentials as smoothies, juices, bone broth and healthful bread recipes. With an emphasis on fresh, raw, local ingredients, the recipes in this book complement the Treating Arthritis programme to offer gentle, natural and manageable steps to reduce pain and improve mobility.

Our Bodies

Author: Ann Flagg
Editor: Teacher Created Resources
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Introduces students to the excitement of scientific discoveries and experiences with these hands-on activities that are designed to stimulate young minds.

The Nincds Epilepsy Research Program

Author: National Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke
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Macmillan S Magazine

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The Living Age

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The Human Instinct

Author: Kenneth R. Miller
Editor: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: 1476790272
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From one of America’s best-known biologists, a revolutionary new way of thinking about evolution that shows “why, in light of our origins, humans are still special” (Edward J. Larson, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Evolution). Once we had a special place in the hierarchy of life on Earth—a place confirmed by the literature and traditions of every human tribe. But then the theory of evolution arrived to shake the tree of human understanding to its roots. To many of the most passionate advocates for Darwin’s theory, we are just one species among multitudes, no more significant than any other. Even our minds are not our own, they tell us, but living machines programmed for nothing but survival and reproduction. In The Human Instinct, Brown University biologist Kenneth R. Miller “confronts both lay and professional misconceptions about evolution” (Publishers Weekly, starred review), showing that while evolution explains how our bodies and brains were shaped, that heritage does not limit or predetermine human behavior. In fact, Miller argues in this “highly recommended” (Forbes) work that it is only thanks to evolution that we have the power to shape our destiny. Equal parts natural science and philosophy, The Human Instinct makes an “absorbing, lucid, and engaging…case that it was evolution that gave us our humanity” (Ursula Goodenough, professor of biology at Washington University in St. Louis).

Darwinism In Morals And Other Essays

Author: Frances Power Cobbe
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Up From Dragons

Author: John Robert Skoyles
Editor: McGraw-Hill Companies
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Taking its cue from "The Dragons of Eden, " Carl Sagan's 1977 bestselling classic, "Up from Dragons" traces the development of human intelligence back to its animal roots in an attempt to account for the vast differences between our species and all those that came before us.

The Cincinnati Medical Repertory

Author: John Adams Thacker
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The Human Advantage

Author: Suzana Herculano-Houzel
Editor: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262333201
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Why our human brains are awesome, and how we left our cousins, the great apes, behind: a tale of neurons and calories, and cooking. Humans are awesome. Our brains are gigantic, seven times larger than they should be for the size of our bodies. The human brain uses 25% of all the energy the body requires each day. And it became enormous in a very short amount of time in evolution, allowing us to leave our cousins, the great apes, behind. So the human brain is special, right? Wrong, according to Suzana Herculano-Houzel. Humans have developed cognitive abilities that outstrip those of all other animals, but not because we are evolutionary outliers. The human brain was not singled out to become amazing in its own exclusive way, and it never stopped being a primate brain. If we are not an exception to the rules of evolution, then what is the source of the human advantage? Herculano-Houzel shows that it is not the size of our brain that matters but the fact that we have more neurons in the cerebral cortex than any other animal, thanks to our ancestors' invention, some 1.5 million years ago, of a more efficient way to obtain calories: cooking. Because we are primates, ingesting more calories in less time made possible the rapid acquisition of a huge number of neurons in the still fairly small cerebral cortex—the part of the brain responsible for finding patterns, reasoning, developing technology, and passing it on through culture. Herculano-Houzel shows us how she came to these conclusions—making “brain soup” to determine the number of neurons in the brain, for example, and bringing animal brains in a suitcase through customs. The Human Advantage is an engaging and original look at how we became remarkable without ever being special.

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Encyclopedia Of Animal Behavior

Author: Michael D. Breed
Editor: Academic Press is
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Entries examine a broad array of different species and behavior patterns, using techniques that range from molecular approaches to the study of behavior to analyses of individuals, populations, species, and ecosystems.

We Are The Miracle

Author: Susan Maguire
Editor: Great River Books
ISBN: 9780915556304
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A powerful guide to spiritual renewal and a spellbinding story of spiritual loss and discovery. Severely depressed, haunted by the past and by spiritual darkness, Susan Maguire journeys to the outer chamber of the soul and emerges renewed, knowing, eager to share the optimistic, lifesaving discoveries in this book. Susan Maguire shows how to create positive life change through prayer, meditation, inner guidance and loving action.