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77 Ways to Improve Your Wellbeing How to Use Ancient Chinese Wisdom to Enhance Your Physical, Menta…


Angela Hicks – 77 Ways to Improve Your Wellbeing: How to Use Ancient Chinese Wisdom to Enhance Your Physical, Mental and Spiritual Health
Published: 2009-08-15 | ISBN: 1905862253 | PDF | 244 pages | 3 MB

In China, people send greetings by wishing a person ‘a long and healthy life’. Our natural state is to be healthy and happy. This includes having a calm mind, a healthy body and emotional resourcefulness. This book reveals the profound, yet simple health maintenance secrets that Chinese medicine has developed over many centuries. These secrets enable us to deal with stress and return to our natural balance. In this book, you will discover guidelines about many aspects of our lifestyle including: UNDERSTANDING OUR OWN PARTICULAR CONSTITUTION EATING WELL FOR OUR OWN UNIQUE NEEDS BEING EMOTIONALLY RESILIENT AND USING SETBACKS TO GROW FINDING THE RIGHT BALANCE BETWEEN WORK, REST AND EXERCISE RECOGNIZING HOW OUR ENVIRONMENT AFFECTS US By practising these secrets, Angela Hicks shows us how to recover the ability to nourish and protect our energy, overcome illness, and feel an easy joy in simply being alive.

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27 A History of the 27 Club through the Lives of Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morri…


Howard Sounes, "27: A History of the 27 Club through the Lives of Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, and Amy Winehouse"
ISBN: 0306821680 | 2013 | EPUB | 384 pages | 4 MB

When singer Amy Winehouse was found dead at her London home in 2011, the press inducted her into what Kurt Cobain’s mother named the 27 Club. "Now he’s gone and joined that stupid club," she said in 1994, after being told that her son, the front man of Nirvana, had committed suicide. "I told him not to…." Kurt’s mom was referring to the extraordinary roll call of iconic stars who died at the same young age. The Big Six are Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison of the Doors, Kurt Cobain and, now, Amy Winehouse. All were talented. All were dissipated. All were 27.

Journalists write about "the curse of the 27 Club" as if there is a supernatural reason for this series of deaths. Others invoke astrology, numerology, and conspiracy theories to explain what has become a modern mystery. In this haunting book, author Howard Sounes conducts the definitive forensic investigation into the lives and deaths of the six most iconic members of the Club, plus another forty-four music industry figures who died at 27, to discover what, apart from coincidence, this phenomenon signifies.

In a grimly fascinating journey through the dark side of the music business over six decades, Sounes uncovers a common story of excess, madness, and self-destruction. The fantasies, half-truths, and mythologies that have become associated with Jones, Hendrix, Joplin, Morrison, Cobain, and Winehouse are debunked. Instead a clear and compelling narrative emerges, one based on hard facts, that unites these lost souls in both life and death.

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