Expressing The Inner Wild

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How To Use Freedom Of Expression To Unleash Your Inner Wild Animal

Author : Andrew Bushard
Genre : Self-Help
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Do you want to become wilder? Do you want to unleash your wild side, but don't know exactly how to do so? Life is too short; learn to experience it to the fullest; read this book to learn how to unleash your wild side and thus develop your full potential. Contains adult content 18+ 34 pages.
Category: Self-Help

Expressing The Inner Wild

Author : Stephen G. Gordon
ISBN : 9781467725484
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Maybe you've noticed Kanye West's grill of gold and diamonds on his bottom teeth or admired Nicki Minaj's crazy wigs. But have you checked out Chris "The Duchess" Walton, a singer from Las Vegas, who has fingernails that are 20 feet (6 meters) long? Or Julia Gnuse, who is called the Illustrated Lady because her entire body is covered with tattoos? What about baseball playerCovelli Loyce Coco Crisp? Have you seen the stud implant on his neck?All of this body art is pretty wild, but in fact, people have been decorating and modifying their bodies in fantastic ways for thousands of years. Cleopatra of ancient Egypt wore hair styles to rival those of Lady Gaga. The ancient Inca of South America decorated their nails with images of gods and eagles. Even English playwright William Shakespeare had a piercing!In Expressing the Inner Wild, you'll read about all the amazing ways people around the globe and across the centuries have been creatively transforming their hair, lips, fingers, toes, eyelashes, ears--just about any body part you can think of--with jewelry, makeup, inks, piercings, and other decorations. From African tribal body paint to ear plugs, tattoo pantyhose, and nail art for guys, you'll discover the sky's the limit!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Release Your Inner Wild

Author : Dana Mahon
ISBN : 9781525549977
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Release Your Inner Wild is for the woman seeking to reconnect with her health, herself and her Wild. The word “wild” is everywhere it seems, but do we know its true meaning? Modern day living has taken us away from our roots of Mother Earth and from our Inner Wild. A woman’s true nature is strong, healthy, bold, connected, intuitive, capable, fierce, radiant, powerful, and yes, wild. Through ancient self-care practices, mindful movement, nourishment for the body and mind, and by living authentically in ways that have kept her healthy, strong, grounded and happy, self-declared gypsy-soul, author Dana shows you that at any age and whatever life throws your way, you can become your healthiest, most fulfilled self, and how to reconnect to your Inner Wild. This educational, practical, entertaining, heartfelt and occasionally sassy book speaks boldly to the woman who wants the most out of her life and who wants to be the one to create that for herself, from a place of wellness, self-assurance and ease.
Category: Health & Fitness

Inventing The Modern American Family

Author : Isabel Heinemann
ISBN : 9783593396408
Genre : History
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Family is the foundation of society, and debates on family norms have always touched the very heart of America. This volume investigates the negotiations and transformations of family values and gender norms in the twentieth century as they relate to the overarching processes of social change of that period. By combining long-term approaches with innovative analysis,Inventing the “Modern American Family” transcends not only the classical dichotomies between women's studies and masculinity studies, but also contribute substantially to the history of gender and culture in the United States.
Category: History

The Inner Game Of Golf

Author : W Timothy Gallwey
ISBN : 9781447288473
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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How to improve your game and discover your true potential by increasing your concentration, willpower and confidence Every golfer, whether amateur or pro, who has ever picked up a club knows what it's like to get the yips - that feeling when you inexplicably lose control of your shot, and become overwhelmed by self-doubt, tension, fear of failure and anxiety. With a new introduction from golf performance pro Peter Hudson, the multi-million bestselling The Inner Game of Golf resolves this mental interference. It is not a book about how to play golf; it is a book about how to learn golf, and its lessons can be applied to any sport. Putting aside the mechanics of golfing technique and laborious debates about strategy, this classic handbook for golfers of all levels tackles the psychological aspects of the game and reveals how you can perform to your true potential for more than brief moments at a time. Using only his Inner Game principles, without taking a single lesson and playing only once a week, Timothy Gallwey knocked 15 strokes off his game in a year. There is no physical reason why you can't hit perfect drives or sink long putts more consistently. By applying the Inner Game approach to your own game, you too can see phenomenal improvements to your scorecard.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Town In A Wild Moose Chase

Author : B.B. Haywood
ISBN : 9781101560198
Genre : Fiction
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Cape Willington's annual Winter Moose Fest is in full swing when the sightings of a mysterious white moose-and rumors of a dead body found in the woods-send Candy scrambling to separate fact from fiction before she finds herself in the bullseye of a ruthless killer...
Category: Fiction

Finding The Wild Inside

Author : Marilyn K. Hagar
ISBN : 9781631526091
Genre : Self-Help
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Today’s world urges us to look outward for life’s meaning and purpose—but our inner lives are the true source of the deeper knowing that gives life meaning. In Finding the Wild Inside, Marilyn Hagar encourages readers to discover that creative place inside us that knows there is more to life than we are currently living—the less rational part of ourselves that she calls our “wild inside,” a place most of us have not been taught to navigate. Using stories from her own life—from infancy through caring for her elderly parents as an adult—Hagar shows us how, through playing in the arts, contemplating our nightly dreams, fostering our intuition, and reconnecting to Mother Nature, we can discover our own authentic wild self. Opening to this part of ourselves, she teaches, isn’t so much a search as it is a listening, a curiosity, a playfulness, and a learning how to think symbolically, all of which can be cultivated. Most of all, it takes a willingness to lay down our egos and open ourselves to the awe and wonder of the wild universe of which we are a part. Instructive and inspiring, Finding the Wild Inside is a blueprint to living life from the inside out—and, in doing so, walking a path of authenticity and belonging.
Category: Self-Help

Wild Earth

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ISBN : UOM:39015055725710
Genre : Biodiversity conservation
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Category: Biodiversity conservation

Wild Echoes

Author : Charles Bergman
ISBN : UOM:39015017899124
Genre : Nature
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Examines the plight of endangered species in North America, the causes of their diminishing numbers, and efforts to save them, and reflects on the effects of technology or nature in general
Category: Nature

Introduction To The Profession Of Counseling

Author : Frank A. Nugent
ISBN : 0132609444
Genre : Education
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Introducing the field of counseling in a complex, multicultural society, this text is based on a phenomenological, psychosocial, life-span developmental approach, whereby counselors help persons work through situational, developmental transitions and conflicts within a multicultural, social context. Ageism. Productive aging. Grief. Loss. Intergenerational issues. Needs of caretakers. Feminist approaches. Life-span cognitive development. Emotional intelligence. Spiritual development. Substance abuse clients. Joint school-community crises prevention and intervention programs. Depression. Addictions. Theories and techniques. Practice and process. Appropriate as an introduction to counseling.
Category: Education

Pattern Formation In Zebrafish

Author : Lilianna Solnica-Krezel
ISBN : 354043576X
Genre : Science
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Authored by leading experts in the field, this book provides the first comprehensive overview of the mechanisms of early patterning and morphogenesis in zebrafish. It summarizes the current knowledge and the key questions for the next decade of research.
Category: Science

The Wild And Arrogant

Author : Xinda Lian
ISBN : UOM:39015062573798
Genre : Literary Collections
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Through its close reading of Xin Qiji's (1140-1207) song lyrics, this study reveals the aesthetic implications of the eccentricity of an unruly self within the Ruist tradition. Although focusing on one poet, Xinda Lian uses the entire poetic tradition as the context of his study. His analysis of the concept of «vital force» and of the friction between different literary trends sheds new light on the lingering tension in the Chinese poetic tradition. On the one hand, there exists a requirement of moral exemplariness and decorum, and on the other, lyric should be a site of personal emotion.
Category: Literary Collections

Wild Feminine

Author : Tami Lynn Kent
ISBN : 9781451610215
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Includes a preview of Mothering from Your Center, the next book from Tami Lynn Kent. Wild Feminine: Finding Power, Spirit, & Joy in the Female Body offers a unique, holistic approach to reclaiming the power, spirit, and joy of the female body and to understanding its connection to creative energy flow. By restoring physical and energetic balance in the pelvic bowl, women can learn to care for themselves in a nourishing and respectful manner, heal spiritual fractures, and renew their relationship with the sacred feminine. Although the feminine body is an access point to the greater realm of the spirit, many women have lost their connection to this source. Author Tami Kent, MSPT, has an answer. Drawing from her experiences as a woman's health physical therapist who works with the physical body and female energy system, Kent provides a framework for healing the body and navigating the realms of feminine spirit. Through pelvic bodywork, healing stories, visualizations, rituals, and creative exercises, women can explore the deep and natural wisdom inherent in the female body. Wild Feminine reveals the amazing potential of the female body: the potential to create, to heal, and to transform the energy of a woman’s everyday life. Journey deep into the heart of your body. Travel the terrain of feminine wounds. Go to your root place, the center of all womanhood and radically shift your relationship with your body and spirit. Wild Feminine gives you the tools to awaken and retrieve your ancient wild self, restore your creative energy, and reconnect to your sacred center.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit