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The Science of Living

Author : Alfred Adler
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2011 Reprint of 1930. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. Adler left behind many theories and practices that very much influenced the world of psychiatry. Today these concepts are known as Adlerian psychology. His theories focused on the feelings of inferiority, and how each person tries to overcome such feelings by overcompensating (trying too hard to make up for what is lacking). Adler claimed that an individual's lifestyle becomes established by the age of four or five, and he stressed the importance of social forces, or the child's environment, on the development of behavior. He believed that each person is born with the ability to relate to other people and realize the importance of society as a whole. As a therapist, Adler was a teacher who focused on a patient's mental health, not sickness. Adler encouraged self-improvement by pinpointing the error in patients' lives and correcting it. He thought of himself as an enabler, one who guides the patient through "self-determination," so that the patients themselves can make changes and improve their state. Adler was a pioneer in that he was one of the first psychiatrists to use therapy in social work, the education of children, and in the treatment of criminals. The Science of Living is an intended to help the reader realize his potential.

Yoga The Science Of Living

Author : Osho
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A Guide To Achieving Inner Balance Through Yoga. Yoga, According To Osho, Is Not Only A System Of Belief But Is Also A Scientific Methodology That Heightens Awareness And Makes It Possible To Live In A Constant State Of Happiness, Harmony And Fulfillment. For Many, Yoga Is Merely A Way To Keep Fit. Osho, However, Believes That Yogic Postures Are But An Infinitely Small Part Of An Entire Recipe For Living . In A Language Both Fluid And Graceful, Osho Explains How Yoga Can Transform One S Life. The Reader Is Told How He Can First Transcend The Body, Then The Mind And, Finally, How He Can Fall Into Your Own Being . Drop All The Outer Goals And Move Inwards, Says Osho. Yoga, For Him, Is Not About Control Or Discipline But About Achieving A Sense Of Balance. Yoga: The Science Of Living, An Outcome Of Osho S Talks, Is Not Merely A Commentary On Patanjali S Ancient Treatise. It Is Enriched With Insights From Osho S Awakened Consciousness. Defying Traditional Norms Of Spirituality, Osho Punctuates The Voyage Of Self-Discovery With An Irreverent Sense Of Humour. Enriching The Book Are Questions From Various People, Keen To Discover Themselves. Osho S Refreshingly Candid Answers Make For Delightful Reading And Would Offer A Solution To Those Trapped In Similar Situations. Insightful And Profound, Yoga: The Science Of Living Is An Invaluable Guide For Those Looking For Inner Balance And Peace.

Living the Science of Mind

Author : Ernest Holmes
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LIVING THE SCIENCE OF MIND is Ernest Holmes' own commentary on his classic SCIENCE OF MIND textbook. While the foundation and principles of Science of Mind are well-established in the textbook, here you'll find the guidelines, applications, topics and lessons conveyed in the personal style that filled Dr. Holmes' classes and Sunday-morning meetings to overflowing. Founder of the Science of Mind philosophy and worldwide movement, and author of metaphysical bestsellers, Dr. Holmes continually sought to simplify his teaching so people could understand, adapt, and realize the benefits of these spiritual principles in an ever-changing world. LIVING THE SCIENCE OF MIND can be used in any number of ways. You can follow the CD's own progression, ideal for classwork or self-instruction, or you can just "drop in" anywhere in this treasury of Science of Mind principles and listen at random for a pause that truly refreshes.

The Science of Living

Author : Maine. Department of Education
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This Book Could Save Your Life

Author : Graham Lawton
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You are what you eat. Food and diet have an enormous influence on your health and well-being, but eating the right amount of the right things - and not too much of the wrong things - isn't easy. But, as in most walks of life, knowledge is power. This book will empower you to eat healthily, lose weight, and sort the fads from the science facts. This is the New Scientist take on a "New Year, New You" book: an eye-opening and myth-busting guide to everything from sugar to superfoods, from fasting to eating like a caveman and from veganism to your gut microbiome. Forget faddy diet books or gimmicky exercise programs, this is what is scientifically proven to make you live longer and to be healthier and happier.

The Science of Living

Author : OAC Review Index
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The Science of Evolution and the Myth of Creationism

Author : Ardea Skybreak
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This clear, lively, and systematic presentation examines the scientific evidence for evolution and reaches for the widest possible audience—from scientific minds to those with no science background at all. Forcefully rejecting creationist objections to evolution and including a critique of Intelligent Design, it argues that they are part of a larger social agenda. With discussion that celebrates the fascination to be found in studying the diversity and complexity of life, this examination suggests with some urgency that the science of evolution is crucial to the existence of science itself.

The Science of Prosperity

Author : Wallace D. Wattles
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e-artnow presents to you this unique collection of the best advices taken from modern guidance books and ancient wisdom. The collection contains the greatest books and guides to financial success, empowerment and personal development. Table of Contents: Wallace D. Wattles: The Science of Getting Rich The Science of Being Well How to Get What you Want William Walker Atkinson: The Secret of Success Thought-Force in Business and Everyday Life The Power of Concentration P. T. Barnum: The Art of Money Getting The Humbugs of the World Benjamin Franklin: The Autobiography The Way to Wealth Orison Swett Marden: Architects of Fate He Can Who Thinks He Can, and Other Papers on Success in Life How to Succeed Prosperity - How to Attract It James Allen: As a Man Thinketh Eight Pillars of Prosperity From Poverty to Power Foundation Stones to Happiness and Success Russell Conwell: Acres of Diamonds The Key to Success What You Can Do With Your Will Power Praying for Money Henry Harrison Brown: Dollars Want Me Thorstein Veblen: The Theory of Business Enterprise Émile Coué: Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion Kahlil Gibran: The Prophet Marcus Aurelius: Meditations Niccolò Machiavelli: The Prince Lao Tzu: Tao Te Ching

Lectures on the Science of Human Life

Author : Sylvester Graham
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The Science of Life or Animal and Vegetable Biology

Author : J. H. Wythe
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"The Science of Life; or, Animal and Vegetable Biology" by J. H. Wythe. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Introduction to the Science of Language

Author : A. H. Sayce
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First published in 1900, this is the second of two volumes of the magnum opus from pioneer assyriologist and linguist Rev. Archibald Sayce and continues directly from the first, providing an introduction to linguistic roots, inflectional families of speech, agglutinative, incorporating, polysynthetic and isolating languages, comparative mythology, the science of religion, the origin of language and the relation of language to ethnology, logic and education. In it, Sayce was the first to emphasize the principle of partial assimilation and the linguistic principle of analogy. This 4th edition, ten years after the first, reflected on the limitations of science revealed since 1890, in an era when languages, like other humanities subjects, still idealised scientific approaches. Archibald Henry Sayce was one of the greatest comparative linguists of the time, being proficient in Accadian, Arabic, Cuneiform, Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, Hebrew, Hittite, Japanese, Latin, Persian, Phoenician, Sanscrit and Sumerian. He had a good knowledge of every Semitic and Indo-European language and could write good prose in at least twenty languages. Sayce's first major contribution to scholarship was a highly significant translation of an Accadian seal, a 'bilingual text' from which to translate cuneiform, similar to the Rosetta Stone. Here then, no doubt, the reader learns from a master of comparative linguistics.

The Science of Facial Expression

Author : Louis Kuhne
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1917 the new system of diagnosis. Here is the diagnosis of the new science of healing. Identifies the one cause of disease, locates morbid matter. Look at yourself in the mirror, what do you see and how do you feel? the Science of Facial Expression i.

The Science of Living With Friendship and Peace

Author : John Davidson
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The Science of Living With Friendship and Peace Table of Content Introduction The Pleasure of Lasting Friendships. What Do We Expect from Our Friends. What Does it Take to be a Friend A Good Friend is Always There for You Friendships Affecting Relationships at Home The Golden Rules about Friendship Golden Principle Number One – No Loose Talk Golden Principle Number Two – Friends taking advantage? Misunderstandings Among Friends Social Life And Personal Life Peace Among Mankind Conclusion Author Bio Introduction The Science of Living is a new way of life, in which you are going to live your life, learning from the examples and experience of the people around you. Life is for living, not just for existing. And this life is for living Emperor size, holding every moment precious, because once it is gone, it is lost in the mists of the past. So, our Science of Living series give you lots of information of how you can live life fully, and enjoy the action of living on this earth, at this moment. This is the third book in the series. And this talks about living with friendship and peace. Peace is an ephemeral thing, which everybody wishes, but it is so elusive. For millenniums people have been seeking ways to gain peace among mankind, but that is only possible when they understand the meaning of friendship. And man is naturally and genetically inclined not to hold out his hand in friendship to another one not of his race, caste, Creed, area or religion, because of his upbringing, innate bias, genetic instinct, history, or anything else which makes him feel, “I do not want you as my friend.” I do not like thee Dr. Fell Why this is so I cannot tell But this I know fully well I do not like thee Dr. Fell. Charles Lamb said this more than two centuries ago, but thinking about this, anyone can understand why people do not like others instinctively. There is no logical rhyme or reason for this – like or dislike. But there is something which tells them that friendly relationships with that particular person is going to harm them or going to cause them emotional, physical, mental or spiritual trouble. And that is the reason why so many of us do not make friends at all. This book is going to give you information on how you can cherish and nourish peace and friendship, and thus understand the basis of the Science of Living and living Emperor size

How to Live Forever the Science and Practice

Author : Harry Gaze
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1904 the science and practice. Contents: is Life Worth Perpetuation; the Science of Living Forever; Eternal renewal; the Delusion of Age; Life Living Forever; Eternal Renewal; the Delusion of Age; Life a Union of Birth & Death; Conscious Evolut.

The Science of Generosity

Author : Patricia Snell Herzog
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This book advances understanding of the manifestations, causes, and consequences of generosity. Synthesizing the findings of the 14 research projects conducted by the Science of Generosity Initiative and offering an appendix of methods for studying generosity, this comprehensive account integrates insights from disparate disciplines to facilitate a broader understanding of giving—ultimately creating a compendium of not only the latest research in the field of altruistic behaviors, but also a research roadmap for the future. As the author sequentially explores the manifestations, causes, and consequences of generosity, Patricia Snell Herzog here also offers analyses ranging from the micro- to macro-level to paint a full picture of the individual, interpersonal and familial, and collective (inter)actions involved in altruism and generosity. The author concludes with a call to stimulate further interdisciplinary generosity studies, describing the implications for emerging scholars and practitioners across sociology, economics, political science, religious studies, and beyond.


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From the author of The Science of Getting Rich comes the Science of Being Well. In these pages you will find out how the power of positive thinking can improve your health. This practical guide will help your explore the principles of health and lead you to a healthy, happier you.

A Practical Approach to the Science of Ayurveda

Author : Acharya Balkrishna
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This book helps the reader to easily understand the basic constitution of the body, ailments in the body and their eradication. The basic principles of Ayurveda have been illustrated in a lively manner for the first time. I completely believe that once a person goes through this book thoroughly, he can absolutely achieve a life-span up to 100 years. For the basic knowledge regarding constitution, food, lifestyle and health, everyone should read this book for sure. -Swami Ramdev

Western Esotericism and the Science of Religion

Author : International Association for the History of Religions. Congress
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This volume is based upon papers read during the innovative section "Western Esotericism and the Science of Religion" organized at the 17th International Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR) in Mexico City, August 5-12, 1995. The section was created in order to fill a long-standing hiatus in the academic study of religions: whereas phenomena such as gnosticism and hermetism in antiquity, and even the occult sciences of that period, have long been recognized as subjects worthy of serious investigation, the history of similar and related phenomena in more recent periods has hardly received the same measure of scholarly attention and recognition. The present volume is devoted to the academic emancipation of these areas as constituting a legitimate domain of research, which may be referred to by the generic label "western esotericism". Preceded by an introductory essay on the birth of this new discipline in the study of religion, the volume provides a sample of current research in the field and devotes special attention to some central methodological questions.

The Science of History in Victorian Britain

Author : Ian Hesketh
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New attitudes towards history in nineteenth-century Britain saw a rejection of romantic, literary techniques in favour of a professionalized, scientific methodology. The development of history as a scientific discipline was undertaken by several key historians of the Victorian period, influenced by German scientific history and British natural philosophy. This study examines parallels between the professionalization of both history and science at the time, which have previously been overlooked. Hesketh challenges accepted notions of a single scientific approach to history. Instead, he draws on a variety of sources—monographs, lectures, correspondence—from eminent Victorian historians to uncover numerous competing discourses.

The Science of Salvation

Author : Jacque Lafleur
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The compiler of this book is himself a lay person who is sometimes asked to speak. He knows it is often a scramble to put something together with short notice. He and some of his acquaintances have used these materials with marked success. The compiler is not a theologian but is a product of Christian schools and has been an avid student of the Bible his entire life. He is educated in the sciences and so is an objective thinker. He was an instructor of college students, teaching biological subjects and chemistry for nearly 30 years. He insists that the authors of the book are really the apostles of the Bible under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. His own contribution is only to bring the Bible texts together by topic for easy use. There is no need to search for texts in preparation of the sermon or to frantically turn pages while trying to speak and hold the congregation's attention at the same time. The sermon is in the palm of the speaker's hand. This book is a must for Lay Pastors, Church Elders, Bible Teachers, Group Leaders, Sabbath School Teachers, Family Worship, or for Individual Devotional studies.