Vibe: Unlock the Energetic Frequencies of Limitless Health, Love & Success [Audiobook]
01 November 2017, 02:31
2017 | MP3@64 kbps | 7 hrs 38 mins | 210.01MB
In Vibe, best-selling author Robyn Openshaw reveals the difference between low vibration emotions (fear, anger, inertia) and high vibration emotions (love, inner peace, gratitude) and helps listeners dramatically impact their physical and mental well-being by raising their vibrational frequencies.
The great Austrian scientist Nikola Tesla is a household name among today's scientific community, known for his finding that all matter has vibrational energy, or electrical frequency, and that we are all electrical beings made up of rapidly vibrating cells.
Most of us are vaguely familiar with this concept, but we don't realize the powerful implications this has for our choices every day - which foods to eat, how much water to drink, what we think about when we're in the car or the shower, what our risk of disease is, and how we feel at any given moment are all affected by the power of vibration.
Everything in health and wellness should revolve around the basic concept that what we choose to eat and what we choose to do lowers or raises our vibration. And that makes all the difference.
Vibe explores the foods, natural substances, and lifestyle practices that can raise our vibrations. Robyn Openshaw reveals evidence that shows how drinking green juice, using certain essential oils, and engaging in yoga and meditation raises the frequency of the human brain and other organs. Living in a "high vibe" state can make us resilient to illness, fatigue, burnout, and depression. Listeners will learn all about the low vibration emotions (fear, anger, inertia) and the high vibration emotions (love, peace, gratitude) and how to achieve higher vibrations in everyday living. Openshaw explores how the smallest changes in our life - from what we eat to how we think - can radically improve our mood, overall health, and quality of life.
The Journey of Not Knowing: How 21st Century Leaders Can Chart a Course Where There Is None [Audiobook]
01 November 2017, 02:30
2017 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 7 hrs 35 mins | 209.08MB
The Journey of Not Knowing is a fast-paced, entertaining book that gets to the heart of a critical state in today's business climate and society overall: the constantly changing, ambiguous 21st century and the uncharted waters ahead. This book will inspire leaders of any size organization to come to grips with the scariness of the unknown while it advances a new approach to leadership that leverages the discomfort of the new as a powerful source of inspiration rather than a deterrent to building a better future.
Written by former Amazon executive, coach, and lawyer, Julie Benezet, the book combines storytelling, business experience, and human psychology to create a roadmap through the ambiguity of building something better in the context of the realities of humans in organizational life.
The book tells a story of a day in the life at Arrow, Inc., a fictional company. It follows the defended behaviors throughout that day of its eight very recognizable leadership team members as they work first to avoid and then finally to solve the mystery of why a client fired them. The reward of the discovery is a critical piece of new business and substantial personal growth. To get there, each of the team members must face their past, present, and future. The memorable characters in the book are persons with whom the listeners may cringingly identify. The book creates a framework for them to confront their own resistance to change, and tools to start them on their way toward pursuing new possibilities for their lives once they can confront and embrace the scariness of the unknown.
The author opens the book with a description of an experience at Amazon that led to her belief about leadership and the unknown. It ends with a primer on the Journey of Not Knowing leadership model, using the Arrow story to illustrate its principles.
The Journey of Not Knowing forms the core of a leadership program that been attended by executives from around the world over the past five years.
The Cancer Revolution: A Groundbreaking Program to Reverse and Prevent Cancer [Audiobook]
01 November 2017, 02:29
2017 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 8 hrs 3 mins | 222.22MB
When it comes to cancer, conventional doctors are trained to treat their patients exclusively with surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. These methods are grueling on the whole body - and they don't treat beyond the tumor or the cancer itself. The focus is on the disease, not the whole person - and because of this, the outcomes in conventional medicine can be bleak.
But it doesn't have to be this way. Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy has developed a whole-person approach to treating cancer - and these treatments have helped thousands of patients through her Cancer Center for Healing. In The Cancer Revolution, Dr. Connealy shows you how to get to the root causes of cancer and the practical steps you can take to get back on the path to healing - from balancing your body's chemistry with nutritional supplements, following a healthy food plan, detoxifying your body and home, exercising regularly, getting deep restful sleep every night, practicing stress reduction techniques, and putting together a supportive healing team.
The Animals Among Us: How Pets Make Us Human [Audiobook]
01 November 2017, 02:28
2017 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 11 hrs 39 mins | 320.31MB
The best-selling author of Dog Sense and Cat Sense explains why living with animals has always been a fundamental aspect of being human
Pets have never been more popular. Over half of American households share their home with either a cat or a dog, and many contain both. This is a huge change from only a century ago, when the majority of domestic cats and dogs were working animals, keeping rodents at bay, guarding property, herding sheep. Nowadays, most are valued solely for the companionship they provide. As mankind becomes progressively more urban and detached from nature, we seem to be clinging to the animals that served us well in the past.
In The Animals Among Us, anthrozoologist John Bradshaw argues that pet-keeping is nothing less than an intrinsic part of human nature. An affinity for animals drove our evolution, and now, without animals around us, we risk losing an essential part of ourselves.
Fireside Chats [Audiobook]
01 November 2017, 02:26
2017 | MP3@64 kbps | 12 hrs 21 mins | 339.7MB
Features Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Fireside Chats that were used to inform and build support for his presidency. From 1933 to 1945, families would gather around their living room radio to listen to the president explain everything from why he was closing banks to declaring war on Japan following the bombing of Pearl Harbor.