Heart Waves

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Heart Waves Book

“This book will forge a new connection between you and your heart. It will foster the development of your talent and guide you to its use. Author Tomas Růžička shows you...

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Heart Waves - Tomáš Růžička
pdf | 232 KB | English | Isbn: 1452521476 | Author: Tomáš Růžička | Release Date: 2014-10-03
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“This book will forge a new connection between you and your heart. It will foster the development of your talent and guide you to its use. Author Tomas Růžička shows you a step-by-step approach and levels to access before you can connect and harmonise your heart with your mind. “It is a truism that, under pressure, winners exhibit winning behaviour and losers exhibit losing behavior—but how do winners develop the strength of mind that separates them from otherwise equally talented losers? “The answer to that question is to be found in this book. A lifetime of tennis coaching has provided Tomas Růžička with the opportunity to observe tennis champions and tennis also-rans on an up-close-and-personal basis. He has now distilled what he has learned on the court in the pages of this book. Athletes, businesspeople, and all who are fed up with a life lived in second place will find this book a valuable addition to their library.” — Thomas Tait, Acting Head of OxEthica, Oxford, England
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#1 Heart Waves

Heart Waves Book Tomáš Růžička
  • Author : Tomáš Růžička
  • Publisher : Balboa Press
  • Release Date : 2014-10-03
  • Total Pages : 208
  • Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Review : (288)

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“This book will forge a new connection between you and your heart. It will foster the development of your talent and guide you to its use. Author Tomas Růžička shows you a step-by-step approach and levels to access before you can connect and harmonise your heart with your mind. “It is a truism that, under pressure, winners exhibit winning behaviour and losers exhibit losing behavior—but how do winners develop the strength of mind that separates them from otherwise equally talented losers? “The answer to that question is to be found in this book. A lifetime of tennis coaching has provided Tomas Růžička with the opportunity to observe tennis champions and tennis also-rans on an up-close-and-personal basis. He has now distilled what he has learned on the court in the pages of this book. Athletes, businesspeople, and all who are fed up with a life lived in second place will find this book a valuable addition to their library.” — Thomas Tait, Acting Head of OxEthica, Oxford, England

#2 Heat Wave

Heat Wave Book Eric Klinenberg
  • Author : Eric Klinenberg
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release Date : 2015-05-06
  • Total Pages : 328
  • Genre : Social Science
  • Review : (6)

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On Thursday, July 13, 1995, Chicagoans awoke to a blistering day in which the temperature would reach 106 degrees. The heat index, which measures how the temperature actually feels on the body, would hit 126 degrees by the time the day was over. Meteorologists had been warning residents about a two-day heat wave, but these temperatures did not end that soon. When the heat wave broke a week later, city streets had buckled; the records for electrical use were shattered; and power grids had failed, leaving residents without electricity for up to two days. And by July 20, over seven hundred people had perished-more than twice the number that died in the Chicago Fire of 1871, twenty times the number of those struck by Hurricane Andrew in 1992—in the great Chicago heat wave, one of the deadliest in American history. Heat waves in the United States kill more people during a typical year than all other natural disasters combined. Until now, no one could explain either the overwhelming number or the heartbreaking manner of the deaths resulting from the 1995 Chicago heat wave. Meteorologists and medical scientists have been unable to account for the scale of the trauma, and political officials have puzzled over the sources of the city's vulnerability. In Heat Wave, Eric Klinenberg takes us inside the anatomy of the metropolis to conduct what he calls a "social autopsy," examining the social, political, and institutional organs of the city that made this urban disaster so much worse than it ought to have been. Starting with the question of why so many people died at home alone, Klinenberg investigates why some neighborhoods experienced greater mortality than others, how the city government responded to the crisis, and how journalists, scientists, and public officials reported on and explained these events. Through a combination of years of fieldwork, extensive interviews, and archival research, Klinenberg uncovers how a number of surprising and unsettling forms of social breakdown—including the literal and social isolation of seniors, the institutional abandonment of poor neighborhoods, and the retrenchment of public assistance programs—contributed to the high fatality rates. The human catastrophe, he argues, cannot simply be blamed on the failures of any particular individuals or organizations. For when hundreds of people die behind locked doors and sealed windows, out of contact with friends, family, community groups, and public agencies, everyone is implicated in their demise. As Klinenberg demonstrates in this incisive and gripping account of the contemporary urban condition, the widening cracks in the social foundations of American cities that the 1995 Chicago heat wave made visible have by no means subsided as the temperatures returned to normal. The forces that affected Chicago so disastrously remain in play in America's cities, and we ignore them at our peril. For the Second Edition Klinenberg has added a new Preface showing how climate change has made extreme weather events in urban centers a major challenge for cities and nations across our planet, one that will require commitment to climate-proofing changes to infrastructure rather than just relief responses.

#3 Heat Wave

Heat Wave Book Richard Castle
  • Author : Richard Castle
  • Publisher : Hyperion
  • Release Date : 2009-09-29
  • Total Pages : 198
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (162)

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NYPD detective Nikki Heat must deal with the continual presence of magazine journalist Jameson Rook as she works to solve the murder of a real estate magnate.

#4 The Energy Healing Experiments

The Energy Healing Experiments Book Gary E. Schwartz
  • Author : Gary E. Schwartz
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release Date : 2007-08-07
  • Total Pages : 272
  • Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Review : (300)

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A healer removes the pain of a broken wrist in fifteen minutes. Another removes an ovarian tumor in a couple of weeks. Still another, from thousands of miles away, regenerates the nerves of an injured spine for a patient on whom the doctors had given up. These sound like tabloid stories but could they be true? They are just three out of millions of instances in which healers have claimed to manipulate energy fields to cure the body. Books on vibrational medicine, prayer, and spiritual healing present readers with an array of historical and current discoveries and techniques. But so far nobody has addressed the reality of healing through comprehensive scientific research. The Energy Healing Experiments fills that void. Harvard- educated Dr. Gary E. Schwartz provides scientific experiments and evidence to reveal the truth about the existence of energy fields and unlocks their potential for enhancing your health.

#5 Premarshi

Premarshi Book Balaji Deekshitulu P V
  • Author : Balaji Deekshitulu P V
  • Publisher : Educreation Publishing
  • Release Date : 2019-03-10
  • Total Pages : 105
  • Genre : Poetry
  • Review : (177)

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This my own verse in the Telugu language this is said that Love, one sweetheart how to change over on a cherishing holy person, this is absolutely envisioning sentimental adoring composition.

#6 Making Waves

Making Waves Book Roger Lewin
  • Author : Roger Lewin
  • Publisher : Rodale Books
  • Release Date : 2005-09-29
  • Total Pages : 240
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Review : (132)

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The biography of a medical maverick who is challenging scientific convention with his astounding approach to achieving and maintaining health. Dr. Irving Dardik's radical notions about how all matter moves in interconnected waves has drawn deep skepticism from physicists, and his early attempts to put his theory into practice in the field of health care got him banned from practicing medicine in the 1990s. But now, after a decade's worth of rigorous research that seems to support Dardik's SuperWave theory, scientists at such esteemed institutions as MIT, Harvard, and Stanford Research International are signing on with Dardik's team to probe the possibilities. For example, Dardik's unique approach to physical exercise, based on his Principle, has achieved some remarkable successes in reversing symptoms of chronic disease. Making Waves weaves together two fascinating stories: Dardik's personal progression from vascular surgeon to scientific iconoclast and pioneer, chronicling his struggle to convince the scientific community to take him seriously; and the evolution of his mind-expanding SuperWave Principle. Colleagues--skeptics as well as supporters--consider the impact of SuperWave theory on current thinking about nature on all scales, from the universe to the subatomic world, and in the realms of biology, applied science, and medicine. The resulting read will interest those concerned with their own health and vitality as well as those curious about the fundamental workings of nature.

#7 Love Centered Parenting

Love Centered Parenting Book Maria Gavriel
  • Author : Maria Gavriel
  • Publisher : Balboa Press
  • Release Date : 2014-10-22
  • Total Pages : 190
  • Genre : Family & Relationships
  • Review : (244)

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Our modern culture has lowered the volume on our inner voice. We, as parents, are often left disempowered and unclear about our parenting choices. What exactly has been muffling that inner voice, and where do we go from here? Love Centered Parenting offers friendly guidance to help you find your own inner wisdom, so that you hear it loudly and clearly during your parenting journey. It is an intimate share about fertility challenges, pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, sleep issues, diet, natural healing, and healthy choices—encouraging you to tune into your own intuition, while reaching out to community to support you. As you read through this book, you will be reminded to tap into your innate intelligence so that you are left feeling empowered with your conscious parenting choices. “The book is both a personal story and an insightful journey into holistic living and parenting. Perhaps the most powerful thread weaving through both Maria’s personal story and her advice on traveling a holistic path, is the message that women must rediscover their mothering intuition and learn to trust their gut instincts. Listening to one’s inner voice is one of the greatest skills any parent can cultivate, whether they choose to follow holistic parenting, or a more conventional route.” — Nancy Peplinsky, founder and executive director, Holistic Moms Network “Maria’s path of discovery has achieved something very rare and precious. That she has been willing to share her wisdom with us is a priceless gift.” — Kim John Payne, M.Ed., author of Simplicity Parenting, Beyond Winning, and The Soul of Discipline. “This book reflects the intuitive and practical experiences of Maria on her path of conscious parenting. Through her experiences, readers are able to expand their awareness for their own journey as well. Kudos, Maria for an authentic, insightful book.” — Jeanne Ohm, DC, executive editor and publisher, Pathway to Wellness Magazine

#8 A Cybernetic View of Biological Growth

A Cybernetic View of Biological Growth Book Tony Stebbing
  • Author : Tony Stebbing
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2010-12-16
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre : Science
  • Review : (143)

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Maia is the story of an idea, and its development into a working hypothesis, that provides a cybernetic interpretation of how growth is controlled. Growth at the lowest level is controlled by regulating the rate of growth. Access to the output of control mechanisms is provided by perturbing the growing organism, and then filtering out the consequences to growth rate. The output of the growth control mechanism is then accessible for interpretation and modelling. Perturbation experiments have been used to provide interpretations of hormesis, the neutralization of inhibitory load and acquired tolerance to toxic inhibition, and catch-up growth. The account begins with an introduction to cybernetics covering the regulation of growth and population increase in animals and man and describes this new approach to access the control of growth processes. This book is suitable for postgraduate students of biological cybernetics and researchers of biological growth, endocrinology, population ecology and toxicology.

#9 Patterns in Nature

Patterns in Nature Book Philip Ball
  • Author : Philip Ball
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release Date : 2016-04-05
  • Total Pages : 288
  • Genre : Photography
  • Review : (1)

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The acclaimed science writer “curates a visually striking, riotously colorful photographic display…of physical patterns in the natural world” (Publishers Weekly, starred review). Though at first glance the natural world may appear overwhelming in its diversity and complexity, there are regularities running through it, from the hexagons of a honeycomb to the spirals of a seashell and the branching veins of a leaf. Revealing the order at the foundation of the seemingly chaotic natural world, Patterns in Nature explores not only the math and science but also the beauty and artistry behind nature’s awe-inspiring designs. Unlike the patterns we create, natural patterns are formed spontaneously from the forces that act in the physical world. Very often the same types of pattern and form—such as spirals, stripes, branches, and fractals—recur in places that seem to have nothing in common, as when the markings of a zebra mimic the ripples in windblown sand. But many of these patterns can be described using the same mathematical and physical principles, giving a surprising unity to the kaleidoscope of the natural world. Richly illustrated with 250 color photographs and anchored by accessible and insightful chapters by esteemed science writer Philip Ball, Patterns in Nature reveals the organization at work in vast and ancient forests, powerful rivers, massing clouds, and coastlines carved out by the sea. By exploring similarities such as the branches of a tree and those of a river network, this spectacular visual tour conveys the wonder, beauty, and richness of natural pattern formation.