A fusion of self-actualization, metaphysics, spirituality, and pop psych, The Bohemian Science of Too is a conceptually rich methodology that teaches cross-functional organic growth within the construct of Law of Attraction. Too fills in the gaps with a raw and eclectic approach that examines the human element on both micro and macro levels of existence to improve physical, mental, spiritual, social, familial, financial, and professional life areas. Commit or recommit to personal transformation. Manifest through the lens of learning styles, personality, self-esteem, emotional intelligence, and self-efficacy within choice and change. Shift your mindset with counterintuitive ideas on abundance for dramatic growth and tips, tricks, and tools that help create space for more of what you want. Learn how to recognize and create strengths on mental, emotional, and physical planes to help you become the best version of you. Uncover the influences behind your choices and outcomes. Demystify the spiritual element of the Law of Attraction and discover the context within the human element that calls desired reality into being.
It’s the first year of the 20th century, and Denton, the notorious American writer, has returned to London after several months in one of the less-delightful corners of the Continent. He’s greeted by a towering pile of mail –bills, invitations, gushing notes from fans craving more tales of adventuring. It’s the usual mix...with one exception: “I believe that someone threatens to harm me, and I do not know quite what to do.” The note, signed “Mary Thomason” was in fact been sent by someone else. And it is more than two months old. But Denton is a Victorian gentlemen to the marrow, much though he’d like to deny it, and he cannot deny a damsel in distress. His search for the mysterious Miss Thomason will take him deep into London’s “bohemian” quarters -- no less alluring, pretentious and sinister than they are today – and also into some of the darker corners of his own soul. This splendid follow-up to The Frightened Man only makes Denton more compelling: A combination of Sherlock Holmes and Wild Bill Hickok, with a fatal addiction to tragic women.
In the "quietest magnificent book IUve ever read" (Jim Harrison, author of "Legends of the Fall") Ted Kooser describes with exquisite detail and humor the place he calls home in the rolling hills of southeastern Nebraska--an area known as the Bohemian Alps--where nothing is too big or too small for his attention.
Author : Jaroslav Kalfar
ISBN : 1473639972
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 73.69 MB
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"When Jakub Procha is sent into space to examine a cosmic dust cloud covering Venus, it may be a solo suicide mission. Dreaming of becoming a national hero and desperate to atone for his father's sins as a Communist informer, he leaves his beloved wife behind and launches into the galaxy. But things aboard spaceship JanHus1 quickly turn weird, and, to make matters worse, he soon learns that his wife has disappeared without a trace back on Earth. As his spaceship hurtles toward an unknown danger and his sanity wavers, Jakub encounters an unlikely fellow passenger -- a giant alien spider. He and his strange arachnid companion form an unlikely bond over late-night refrigerator encounters, where they talk philosophy, love, life, death, and the incomprehensible deliciousness of bacon. But when their mission is thrown into crisis by secret Russian rivals, Jakub is forced to make violent decisions -- recalling the tortured past and dark political heritage he's buried -- in a desperate quest to return to his Earthly life. Packed with nail-biting thrills, exuberant heart, and surprising and absurd humor in the lineage of Kafka and Vonnegut, Spaceman of Bohemia offers an extraordinary vision of the endless human capacity to persist -- and risk everything -- in the name of love and home"-