These basic lessons and exercises will help you break the habit of negative thinking and begin to experience the joy of Living with the teachings of the Masters of Enlightenment: Eckhart Tolle, Dalai Lama, Ramana Maharshi, Krishnamurti and more! Scientists estimate that in normal conditions a human being regularly has an average of 30,000 to 40,000 daily thoughts. And according to research, depression is always preceded by repetitive negative thinking and not vice versa, and reducing the number of negative thoughts per day actually reduces both the frequency and intensity of depressive feelings and emotions! These crucial findings constitute the starting point of the seven lessons and seven exercises contained in this beginner's guidebook, designed to help you break the habit of negative thinking now! Lesson I: The Value of Adversity Exercise: Stopping your Thoughts Lesson II: We Are What We Think Exercise: Watching Your Thoughts Lesson III: The Voice of the Unconscious Exercise: Breath Meditation Lesson IV: Repetitive Negative Thinking Exercise: Feeling the Inner Body Lesson V: Trapped in Past and Future Exercise: Feeling the Timeless Gap Lesson VI: Negativity and Resistance Exercise: Surrendering to the Now Lesson VII: Experiencing the Joy of Living Exercise: Beating Negative Thinking 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lucy Smith, A.J. Parr. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/107533/bk_acx0_107533_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Here is a collection of erotic short stories that offers a fresh focus on erotic writing for women. Whatever your pleasure, you'll love what you hear. Hot sex and fabulous fantasies await your delectation! The stories include: "Flash Flood": She thought she was alone as she pleasured herself, but the voyeurs had other ideas. "Well Suited": Will she go all the way in a department store changing room? "Bananaz": A lesson in sexual technique using fruit gets out of control. "Crazy Has a Name": A bad influence leads to a sexual awakening. "Murder, Whores, and Money": A lesbian detective sets up her own "honey trap". "Getting Waxed": The thrill of a bikini wax."Personal Enquiries": A trail of X-rated dvds leads a detective to more than she bargained for. "Test Drive": A driving instructor has some extra "lessons" for his favourite pupil. "Much Ado (About Nothing)": Does the teacher seduce the pupil, or vice versa? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Katy Anderson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/summ/000018/bk_summ_000018_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Is theater really dead? Does the theater, as its champions insist, really provide a more intimate experience than film? If so, how have changes in cinematic techniques and technologies altered the relationship between stage and film? What are the inherent limitations of representing three-dimensional spaces in a two-dimensional one, and vice versa? American Drama in the Age of Film examines the strengths and weaknesses of both the dramatic and cinematic arts to confront the standard arguments in the film-versus-theater debate. Using widely known adaptations of ten major plays, Brietzke seeks to highlight the inherent powers of each medium and draw conclusions not just about how they differ, but how they ought to differ as well. He contrasts both stage and film productions of, among other works, David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, Sam Shepard's True West, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Margaret Edson's Wit, Tony Kushner's Angels in America, Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, and August Wilson's The Piano Lesson. In reading the dual productions of these works, Brietzke finds that cinema has indeed stolen much of theater's former thunder, by making drama more intimate, and visceral than most live events. But theater is still vital and matters greatly, Brietzke argues, though for reasons that run counter to many of the virtues traditionally attributed to it as an art form, such as intimacy and spontaneity. Brietzke seeks to revitalize perceptions of theater by challenging those common pieties and offering a new critical paradigm, one that champions spectacle and simultaneity as the most, not least, important elements of drama. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Brian E. Smith. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/001526/bk_acx0_001526_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.