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Stop Making Excuses and Start Living With Energy

Author : Alyssa Abbey
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Want to energise your life? Need a bit more get up and go? Fed up with the Friday night collaspse or the 4 o’clock wobbles? Never have the energy to seize the day? We all have the potential for boundless energy and Alyssa Abbey is here to show us how to unleash it. Kiss goodbye to the exhausted evenings flopped on the sofa and say hello to life, love and happiness. Learn how to banish those excuses and increase your physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual energy. Stop Making Excuses and Start Living With Energy is packed with worksheets, questionnaires and top tips to help you compile a practical and realistic plan for vitality and happiness. At last, simple answers to making busy people feel better!

Cell Associated Water

Author : W. Drost-Hansen
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Cell-Associated Water is a collection of papers from the "Cell-Associated Water" Workshop held in Boston in September 1976. This collection discusses aspects of pure colloid, surface science, and zoogeography, with emphasis on cell biology and the role of the aqueous phase of cells. This book starts with a review of the problem of water structure encountered in studying biological systems, particularly as regards the proportion of intracellular water that is actually structured. Another paper discusses the applications of technology in cell biology in understanding cell-associated water, where the dynamic relationship between the state of water and macromolecular events in cellular life exists. This text also examines the possible relationship between water structure and the zoogeographic distribution of some species in aquatic communities using the Prigogine and Glansdorff model approach. This book is recommended for researchers and scientists whose work deals with cellular biology, for graduate students, and academicians in the disciplines of physical and colloid chemistry, cell physiology, biophysics, and molecular biology.

Ammonoid Paleobiology

Author : Neil H. Landman
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Renowned researchers summarize the current knowledge on ammonoid paleobiology. The book begins with a description of the systematic position of the Ammonoidea within the Cephalopoda, providing the phylogenetic framework for the rest of the book. Following discussions include soft- and hard-part morphology of ammonoids, rate of growth and ontogeny, and taphonomy and ecology. Closing chapters explore the distribution of ammonoids in time and space as well as their extinction at the end of the Cretaceous. With its diverse viewpoints and new material, this resource will benefit researchers and graduate students in paleontology, marine biology, and evolutionary biology.

Designing High density Cities for Social and Environmental Sustainability

Author : Edward Ng
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Compact living is sustainable living. High-density cities can support closer amenities, encourage reduced trip lengths and the use of public transport and therefore reduce transport energy costs and carbon emissions. High-density planning also helps to control the spread of urban suburbs into open lands, improves efficiency in urban infrastructure and services, and results in environmental improvements that support higher quality of life in cities. Encouraging, even requiring, higher density urban development is a major policy and a central principle of growth management programmes used by planners around the world. However, such density creates design challenges and problems. A collection of experts in each of the related architectural and planning areas examines these environmental and social issues, and argues that high-density cities are a sustainable solution. It will be essential reading for anyone with an interest in sustainable urban development.

Living Peacefully in a Big City

Author : Tanna Marshall
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Tanna Marshall's book is the must-have survival guide for all big city dwellers and beyond. I love this book and feel certain it will help millions of readers across the country. No Buts about It! Eddie Conner, Author Kicking the Big BUT Syndrome, Radio Host Living Peacefully in a Big City is long overdue. It helps you make sense out of a chaotic world, no matter where you live! Victor Benoun, Author of The Lemonade Stand On The Corner, How To Start A Successful Business After 50 Tanna Marshall has created a practical, informative and entertaining guide that will not only allow you to experience a greater sense of peace, it will change the way you move through the world and the quality of your life! Erika Morrell, Soul Mate MediumTM Author of Love is Spooky, Radio Host and Columnist Living Peacefully is a personal journey that takes the reader step-by-step on the road to inner peace. John Livesay, author of The 7 Most Powerful Selling Secrets "Tanna Marshall has written an easily accessible, amazingly helpful and simple to apply tool kit of ideas to help us free the mind, heal the soul and open ourselves to a life of peace and power." - Mary Manin Morrissey - Author of Building Your Field of Dreams, Marymm.com Living Peacefully in a Big City: A Guide to Maintaining Your Sanity, Health, and Happiness by Tanna Marshall examines a wide range of environmental, physical, spiritual, and emotional concerns we all face living in an urban environment. It offers hands-on, holistic, and natural healing solutions to waylay those concerns and promote a healthy, happy life. Author Marshall, with eighteen years experience researching healing modalities and health, has written a book that is impeccably researched and intuitively laid out so that readers can find the information they need quickly and effectively. This practical and handy guide is filled with healing regimens, along with the wisdom of the ages. If you live in a big city, or an urban environment, and face the typical, day-to-day stressors of city life, then this is a book that will calm your nerves, relieve your anxieties, and heal your soul, and you won't even have to buy a plane ticket to Hawaii, you can just stay right at home. This work is sure to be a valued addition to any personal how-to library.

Higher Living

Author : Holly Hester
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I wrote this book after many people telling me throughout years of ministry that I should. I have traveled to many places, and I have found that people ask me the same question over and over, “Holly, how do I truly live higher?” I decided to write this book to simply answer that question. It is my sincere hope that after you read this book, not only will you have the insight to do just that, but you will know what it personally means to you to live in your higher life. I hope this book helps you find your true calling and purpose directly given by the Lord. As we dive into these books, into each chapter, I ask one thing only—be open. Be open to more. Let me explain. There are levels in each of us to live out our desire to live to a higher living. The desire should be there to begin. When the desire is there, access is the way—a higher level called the beyond then occurs for us. This is where living higher begins. Posture will change. There is a certain level of insight, purpose, and access that is achieved when desire grows and posture changes. There is a birthing. It is not simply living only, a mistake of thought so many make. So here is the question again, “How?” The answer is not how. It is desire, posture, and access to a higher way. Let us start with desire. The word desire is translated from the Greek word epithumia from epi, meaning “focused on.” Another use of this term is “inordinate” or excessively large. It is my prayer that we have an inordinate desire to truly live higher and to focus on what this can mean for us in the same way it meant to me as I have written each chapter. It is my strong desire that we focus right now. When there is a lack of focus, vision becomes very blurry. I can recall having a blurred vision when others would ask me what living higher meant. I can even recall a time when a picture was taken of me as a child with my eyes closed. A relative later found this picture and asked me how I was able to sleep standing up while the camera caught my image. I ask us all that my relative asked me, How are we able to keep our eyes closed right now? Let us have the strong, inordinate desire to focus on the moment. This desire to open our eyes will naturally pull the camera lens to us. What happened? Nothing. We opened our eyes. After desire comes to posture. Picture posture is necessary when capturing a memory. Are we willing to change our posture for the cameras in life? It’s interesting what happens after we open our eyes for the camera changes our position. Finally, we achieve access to see closer, look at, change more. The camera gives access. Access to function in life is far greater than desire or even posture, believe it or not. Haven’t we all glanced at a picture that was taken of us before? Perhaps a picture that we take with others involved? These three elements are the agents for higher territory— a greater way. A new ground, and a new look from a different angle in each situation. Our camera lens must focus.

Living an Inspired Life

Author : Wayne W. Dyer
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SELF-HELP & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT. Inspiration is for everyone! It isn't reserved for high-profile creative geniuses in the arts and sciences - it's our Divine birthright. In Living an Inspired Life (previously published under the title Inspiration), Dr Wayne W Dyer explains how to connect to the knowledge and understanding that we had in the spirit realm before we chose to incarnate in physical form. From this all knowing place of spirit, we choose our physical body, our parents and the nature of the life we would lead on the earth. We made these choices co-creatively with the Source and now here on earth if we can reconnect to that Source energy it can transform our lives. Living our lives inspired by Source energy is a powerful antidote to the feelings of emptiness that disconnection from our soul creates. As you read each chapter in this book, you'll find specific suggestions for living 'in-Spirit'.

Energy Addict

Author : Jon Gordon
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We are overstressed, overworked and overtired – and things aren't getting any easier. The days are getting shorter while our to-do lists are getting longer. The pace of life gets faster and the demands increase. We attempt to fight back with caffeinated drinks and candy bars hoping to get it all done before we crash. This is false energy…but Jon Gordon gives us the real thing. Gordon encourages us to become Energy Addicts using a few or all of the simple, effective physical, mental, and spiritual strategies in this book, including: Eat early and well, hydrate, exercise, nap, connect with nature Neutralize energy vampires, master the flow of money, embrace the energy of silence Connect (with others and yourself), lead with your heart, learn to love and challenge life Practical, common-sense, sometimes counterintuitive, Jon Gordon shows how we can become addicted to positive energy and habits, making small changes in our lives that will produce big results.

Environmental Design Research

Author : Wolfgang F. E. Preiser
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First published in 1973, this two-volume set summarises and structures the contributions by researchers at the Fourth International EDRA Conference, held in April 1973. The first volume focuses on the proceedings of the paper sessions. It summarises and criticises 43 selected paper submissions which communicate contemporary research findings. It also reviews the discussions between authors, panellists and the session participants. This book will be of interest to students of architecture and design.

Extraterrestrial Life

Author : NASA Scientific and Technical Information Facility
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