Psyche Books

November 2017 New Releases

Nov 22nd, 2017 | By

  Acts of Kindness from Your Armchair by Anita Nielson Change the world with this heart warming, inspirational and practical guide to seated philanthropy. Buy this Paperback: AMAZON UK  |  BARNES & NOBLE  |  HIVE  |  INDIEBOUND Extract Nurture inner peace to balance body and mind In this world scarred by turmoil and endless challenges, I find balance

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Your Freudian Psychoanalysis . . . in five hours, not five years

Nov 9th, 2017 | By

How grown-up are you? Answer Yes or No to the following statements Do you always act like an adult or do you sometimes behave like a child? Yes /No 1. Do most people seem to be more mature than you are? 2. Do your friends regard you as someone they can rely on? 3. Do

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Colour on Sleep Patterns

Oct 25th, 2017 | By

by June McLeod I decided to look deeper into the impact of bedding colour on sleep patterns. Does the colour of sheets and pillow slips impact on sleep? And if so, how much? And what are the effects? Traditionally, indigo and deep blue were the colours to use in the bedroom. I wanted to test

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The Meaning

Oct 9th, 2017 | By

Steve Taylor PhD is a senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Metropolitan University. He is the author of several best-selling books on spirituality and psychology, including The Fall, Waking From Sleep, Out of the Darkness and Back to Sanity, and his latest 2017, The Leap. He is also a poet, and the author of The

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Collective Karma and “Blowback”

Oct 1st, 2017 | By

by William Ferraiolo Chalmers Johnson’s book, Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire offers a prescient analysis of the dangers presented by an unchecked U.S. military-industrial complex and the likely consequences of American interventionism abroad.  Its prescience is revealed by the fact that Johnson predicted escalating terrorist attacks on the United States and its

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Sex, drugs, drinking and dying with the frat boys

Sep 21st, 2017 | By

Reprinted from LinkedIn (https://goo.gl/n9Rn1z) by Louis M. Profeta Most bowed their heads or held their hands across their mouths as I described how it would happen. I told them that they will awaken with the smell of shit filling their bedroom. The lights will probably be low and the shades pulled and, because they are

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Fetch Me a Cup of Water

Sep 5th, 2017 | By

Extract from Bedtime Stories for Elders by John C. Robinson Fetch Me a Cup of Water – The Power of Enchantment Despite its profundity, our discovery of the ultimate significance of consciousness can be lost and forgotten in a heartbeat. This next oft-told tale from the Eastern spiritual traditions illustrates how easily fantasy and illusion repossess

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Why You Shouldn’t Move a Virgo’s Cheese

Aug 31st, 2017 | By

by Mary English My Virgo doesn’t seem to worry about the important things in life but gets upset if I move the cheese/leave spots of water in the sink/forget the name of….. This is I’m afraid, extreme Virgo territory. They seem to not be caring about what you’re caring about. And I said ‘seem’. They

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Happiness by Jane Bailey Bain

Aug 25th, 2017 | By

Whatever happened to ‘happy ever after’? You waited so long for everything to work out right. You’ve tried hard to be a kind child, a fair friend, a loyal lover. It doesn’t seem fair that you’re still searching for the answers.  Sometimes you just don’t feel that you can carry on. Of course, you know quite

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Happiness is an inside job

Aug 22nd, 2017 | By

By Barbara Berger When we understand this basic mechanism – that our thinking determines our experience – we also understand that happiness or unhappiness is not the result of outer circumstances, or events, or other people’s choices and actions. But rather, happiness or unhappiness is the result of each individual’s interpretation of what is going

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