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Photo Therapy Motivation And Wisdom

Author : Rick Sammon
ISBN : 1688297340
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Unlike Rick Sammon's 39 other best-selling and photo-rich books, Photo Therapy Motivation and Wisdom - Discovering the Power of Pictures, has no photographs between the covers. Yet, Rick feels as though it is his most important work. He trusts this book will make you think - hard - about your photography, and about how using your brain, the best photo "accessory," will help you become a better photographer. Or as stated by famed black-and-white landscape photographer Ansel Adams, "The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it." It's not that Rick is tired of having to "lug around a camera," as Lewis Hine said, it's just that he thinks the motivational and inspirational message of this book is better expressed without showing his own pictures. Rather, in reading the 35,000-word text, he'd like you to imagine your own pictures - and potential pictures - while he is describing a situation, process, technique, feeling or emotion. Chapters include: Emotional Intelligence for Photographers, Seeing vs. Looking, Creating Your Own Reality, It's Never Too Late to Be What You Might Have Been, Light and Color Therapy, Learning is Health, and What Does Your Photography Mean to You? The book also includes more than 20 "missions" that you can accept in your quest to expand your photographic horizons. This very personal book is filled with Rick's photo and life wisdom - wisdom he has gained by spending almost an entire lifetime - starting in the late 1950's with developing pictures in his parents' basement - involved in photography in many forms and fashions. You will find many inspirational quotes in this book. One of Rick's favorites: "When you are through changing, you are through." - Bruce Barton

Photo Quest

Author : Rick Sammon
ISBN : 9798643324157
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Photo Quest - Discovering Your Photographic & Artistic Voice is a sequel to Rick Sammon's internationally best-selling book, Photo Therapy Motivation and Wisdom - discovering the power of pictures. This book, Rick's 41st, was written for photographers, as well as for all types of artists - because the lessons and philosophies on these pages are universal to all creatives. Like Photo Therapy, Photo Quest includes only words of wisdom motivation and inspiration. There are no photographs in this book. Rick says there are two reasons for not including photographs (unlike his 40 other books and 18 online classes that are richly illustrated with hundreds of photographs from his travels around the world): "One, I want you to slow down and read the text carefully; Two, I want you to think about your photography and art when you are reading about an idea or technique - and not be distracted by my colorful images." Rick Sammon has assembled an all-star team of photo and creative mentors for this important book - a team that offers advice and insight on finding one's photographic and artist voice. As Rick says, "You'd be hard pressed to find this much talent between the covers of one photography book." This list of contributors reads like a "Who's Who" in the world of photography in 2020. These pros include Erin Babnick, Martin Baily, Richard Bernabe, Steve Brazill, Jeff Cable, Tony Corbell, Patricia Davidson, Dave DeBaermaeker, Ron Clifford, Ed Cooley, Unmsh Dinda, Frank Doorhof, Piper Mackay, Scott Kelby, Karen Hutton, Don Komarechka, Ian Plant, Trey Ratcliff, Art Wolfe - and more! If you are in search of becoming a more creative photographer, and not just ways of taking better pictures (there is a big difference), you have come to the right place. And if you are thinking about "changing lanes" - changing your career or making creative changes in your life - this book is for you. On these pages you will learn about (in chapter titles of the same name): Finding Your Superpower and Inner Voice, Your Secret Weapon, Idea to Image, Specializing or Not Specializing, The Rollercoaster Ride of Creatives, The Importance of Your Conversation, Changing Lanes, Creating a Sense of Mystery, Photography & The Death of Reality, Know Your Audience & Build Your Brand - and more. Each of the 22 chapters in the book ends with a Mission - an assignment - that will help you on your personal photo quest, which Rick feels will be one of the most rewarding adventures in your photographic and artistic life. This book is also filled with dozens of inspirational quotes relating to photographs and all artists. Here is one of Rick's favorites: An artist cannot fail; it is a success to be one. - Charles Cooley

Rethinking Photography

Author : Peter Smith
ISBN : 9781317524885
Genre : Social Science
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Rethinking Photography is an accessible and illuminating critical introduction to the practice and interpretation of photography today. Peter Smith and Carolyn Lefley closely link critical approaches to photographic practices and present a detailed study of differing historical and contemporary perspectives on social and artistic functions of the medium, including photography as art, documentary forms, advertising and personal narratives. Richly illustrated full colour images throughout connect key concepts to real world examples. It also includes: Accessible book chapters on key topics including early photography, photography and industrial society, the rise of photography theory, critical engagement with anti-realist trends in the theory and practice of photography, photography and language, photography education, and photography and the creative economy Specific case studies on photographic practices include snapshot and portable box cameras, digital and mobile phone cultures, and computer-generated imagery Critical summaries of current photography theoretical studies in the field, displaying how critical theory has been mapped on to working practices of photographers and students In-depth profiles of selected key photographers and theorists and studies of their professional practices Assessment of photography as a key area of contemporary aesthetic debate Focused and critical study of the world of working photographers beyond the horizons of the academy. Rethinking Photography provides readers with an engaging mix of photographic case studies and an accessible exploration of essential theory. It is the perfect guide for students of Photography, Fine Art, Art History, and Graphic Design as well as practitioners from any background wishing to understand the place of photography in global societies today.
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The Wisdom Of Teeth

Author : Michel Montaud
ISBN : 9781912230488
Genre : Medical
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What if our teeth are a reflection of who we are? What if dental problems such as toothache, decay and malpositioning illustrate the deep functioning of our true self? What if, by harmonizing our mouths, we could allay many of our physical and mental ills? After years of dental practice, Michel Montaud made a breakthrough that would change his life and work completely. Without being fully conscious of what he was doing, he engaged in a dental therapy which would prove to be remarkably effective, going beyond the simple framework of mouth and teeth to extend to the human being as a whole. This guided self-therapy, which he refers to as Dentosophy, is a true alternative to the drastic measures of extraction, surgery and orthodontics. From personal experience, the author states that this approach can even remedy ailments such as chronic rhinitis and otitis, eczema, allergies, asthma, back problems and sleep disorders. Montaud describes his personal journey of discovery, initially to help his suffering son. Now, after decades of experience and numerous eloquent clinical results, he demonstrates that this human-based approach to our mouth and teeth can stimulate, at any age, the extraordinary healing potential of our bodies. With case studies and supporting photographic evidence, he shows that Dentosophy improves the general health of patients, both physical and mental. This illustrated and accessible book offers an exciting new perspective on our teeth and their innate wisdom.
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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Into The Heart Of Wisdom

Author : John Muir Medical Center
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Essentials Of Managing Stress W Cd

Author : Brian Seaward
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Identify stress prone behaviours and make effective changes that promote optimal wellbeing.
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Essentials Of Managing Stress

Author : Brian Luke Seaward
ISBN : 9781449666583
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Essentials of Managing Stress, Second Edition teaches practical skills and techniques to handle the daily stresses in life. While other texts are heavy with theory, this book offers both theory and effective application. With over 80 exercises that teach students effective coping skills and relaxation techniques, Essentials of Managing Stress emphasizes that one must look at the mind, body, and spirit as equal parts of the whole person to deal with stress effectively.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

It S All In Your Head

Author : Jean Stine
ISBN : UVA:X002453663
Genre : Psychology
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Looks at the latest scientific research into the human mind and psyche, explores the mind-body connection, exposes popular myths, and reveals little-known facts about how the brain works
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Binocular Anomalies

Author : John R. Griffin
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Comprehensive and classic text on diagnosis and therapy of binocular vision problems for eye care professionals. Material has been added on coverage of diseases affecting eye movements, such as neurogenic palsies, syndromes, lesions and nystagmus. Vision training techniques are numbered for easy identification and cross-referencing.
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Seated Acupressure Massage

Author : Patricia Abercromby
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Seated acupressure massage was developed from a traditional Oriental shiatsu style technique and adapted for use in offices, health clubs, clinics, and hospitals. Hundreds of acupressure points are located throughout the body on meridian lines. These "chi," or energy points, are stimulated with finger and elbow pressure to relieve the physical symptoms of stress, muscle tension, and joint stiffness. Kneading, percussive movements, and mobilization techniques are also used. This approach will balance the flow of energy throughout the body as well as stimulate the muscular, nervous, lymphatic, immune, and circulatory systems, leaving the client calm yet energized and clearly focused. Seated acupressure massage is perfectly adaptable for use in any workplace and in clinics. With the growing demand from employers for practical stress management, the increased earning potential for this therapy is considerable. It is extremely helpful for the following conditions: Backache; Skin conditions; Muscular tension; Repetitive strain injury; Irritable bowel syndrome; Sciatic pain; Asthma; Depression; and Headache Acupressure massage is received through clothing on a comfortable, ergonomically designed chair, offering the maximum benefit to the client in as little as 20 minutes. This practical handbook, fully illustrated with photographs and line drawings of sequences, guides the reader through the history, contraindications, and physical and psychological benefits of seated acupressure massage. The book also provides information to help practitioners market themselves successfully to companies.ssic of Shakes.
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