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📒Believing In Magic ✍ Stuart A. Vyse
✏Believing in Magic Book Summary : While we live in a technologically and scientifically advanced age, superstition is as widespread as ever. Not limited to just athletes and actors, superstitious beliefs are common among people of all occupations, educational backgrounds, and income levels. In this fully updated edition of Believing in Magic, renowned superstition expert Stuart Vyse investigates our tendency towards these irrational beliefs. Superstitions, he writes, are the natural result of several psychological processes, including our human sensitivity to coincidence, a penchant for developing rituals to fill time (to battle nerves, impatience, or both), our efforts to cope with uncertainty, the need for control, and more. In a new Introduction, Vyse discusses important developments and the latest research on jinxes, paranormal beliefs, and luck. He also distinguishes superstition from paranormal and religious beliefs and identifies the potential benefits of superstition for believers. He examines the research to demonstrate how we can better understand complex human behavior. Although superstition is a normal part of our culture, Vyse argues that we must provide alternative methods of coping with life's uncertainties by teaching decision analysis, promoting science education, and challenging ourselves to critically evaluate the sources of our beliefs.
📒Believing In Magic ✍ Cookie Johnson
✏Believing in Magic Book Summary : In her powerful and inspiring memoir, Cookie Johnson, wife of NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson, shares details of her marriage, motherhood, faith, and how an HIV diagnosis twenty-five years ago changed the course of their lives forever. On November 7, 1991, basketball icon Earvin “Magic” Johnson stunned the world with the news that he was HIV-positive. For the millions who watched, his announcement became a pivotal moment not only for the nation, but for his family and wife. Twenty-five years later, Cookie Johnson shares her story and the emotional journey that started on that day—from life as a pregnant and joyous newlywed to one filled with the fear that her husband would die, that she and her baby would be infected with the virus, and that their family would be shunned. Believing in Magic is the story of Cookie’s marriage to Earvin—nearly four decades of loving each other, losing their way, and eventually finding a path they never imagined. Never before has Cookie shared her full account of the reasons she stayed and her life with Earvin “Magic” Johnson. Believing in Magic is her very personal story of survival and triumph as a wife, mother, and faith-filled woman.
📒Becoming Genevieve ✍ Genevieve Davis
✏Becoming Genevieve Book Summary : From the author of Becoming Magic. It was 2010 and I had wasted my life. Stuck in a dead end job, divorced and in debt. For me, every day was much like the last. But things were about to change. Dramatically. So, how did a lonely, overweight, depressed 40-something woman go from poverty, debt and despair to a life of fulfilment, happiness, wealth and spiritual awakening? Did I rob a bank, win the lottery or marry a millionaire? Did I see doctors, therapists and counsellors? Did I join a cult? No, none of these things. I used Magic. In this book, I share my true-life story of exactly how I went from rags to riches, from depression to awakening, and created a truly exceptional life for myself. Over the last few years, I've had many adventures and fantastic experiences. I have also life-changing insights into magic, manifesting, and the whole business of being alive. These insights had such a profound effect on me they've changed my whole outlook on the world. I didn't know this sort of peace of mind was possible. I didn't know life could get this good. And until now, I told no one how I did it. Writing under the pen name, Genevieve Davis, I chose to remain completely anonymous, hiding my secret identity even from my own family. Finally, I have decided to go public, with this bitingly honest account of my discovery, mastery and belief in what I like to call Magic. By revealing my true identity I can finally prove to you that everything I said in my early books about manifesting an exceptional life was true. All of it. And then, I want to help you see what I have seen. I want to help you understand what I now understand. I want you create a life just as exceptional. For lovers of self-help, memoirs, and for those who like to believe that life should be magnificent. Even sceptics may read this book and start to wonder: Is Magic actually real?
📒Do You Believe In Magic ✍ Jeff Binstein
✏Do You Believe in Magic Book Summary : Do You Believe in Magic? Sometimes you just have to. Follow the Harrisons as they ride an emotional roller-coaster to find the elusive answer to the age old question. . . Do You Believe in Magic? Th is fi rst book is dedicated to my daughter Anna who would not let my failure as a guitarist deter my dream to become an author. Special thanks to my wife Laurie for her just go for it encouragement. All proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to charity. Visit the Binstein Family Foundation on Facebook.
📒Stardust Believe In Magic ✍ Linda Chapman
✏Stardust Believe in Magic Book Summary : The first of four books about friendships, family relationships - and the Stardust Factor, weaving fantasty seamlessly into the every day world. Lucy Evans is an ordinary ten-year-old who lives in Devon with two older sisters, a mum who is a teacher and a dad who is a solicitor. Her life is just like any other ten-year-old's, until the day she makes friends with Allegra and discovers she is a Stardust spirit. The world of the Stardust spirits is exciting but unpredictable, dangerous but endlessly fascinating. Lucy has to learn its rules and look for answers, facing many of the dilemmas and anxieties that ten-year-olds face in real life.
📒Stardust ✍ Linda Chapman
✏Stardust Book Summary : Lucy is a magic 'stardust spirit'. At night she flies to the woods to join her spirit friends. Now is the time that the young spirits must practise their special powers and Lucy's summer is about to get even more magical . . .
📒The Magic Of Believing ✍ Claude M. Bristol
✏The Magic of Believing Book Summary : Millions have benefited from this bestselling self-help book and its visualization techniques. Learn how the power of your subconscious can lead to enhanced income, happier relationships, and peace of mind.
📒Claude M Bristol S The Magic Of Believing ✍ Andrew Holmes
✏Claude M Bristol s The Magic of Believing Book Summary : Have you ever known someone who constantly thinks doom and gloom, and seems to find it at every turn"" Have you ever known someone who expects the best of every situation and always seems to get it"" That, according to author Claude Bristol, is the magic of believing. For more than four decades success-oriented readers have turned to the no-nonsense, time-tested motivational techniques described in The Magic of Believing to achieve their long- and short-term goals. Here, John Middleton's interpretation of this 1948 self-help classic illustrates the timeless nature of Bristol's insights by brin
📒Do You Believe In Magic ✍ Paul A. Offit, M.D.
✏Do You Believe in Magic Book Summary : In Do You Believe in Magic?, medical expert Paul A. Offit, M.D., offers a scathing exposé of the alternative medicine industry, revealing how even though some popular therapies are remarkably helpful due to the placebo response, many of them are ineffective, expensive, and even deadly. Dr. Offit reveals how alternative medicine—an unregulated industry under no legal obligation to prove its claims or admit its risks—can actually be harmful to our health. Using dramatic real-life stories, Offit separates the sense from the nonsense, showing why any therapy—alternative or traditional—should be scrutinized. He also shows how some nontraditional methods can do a great deal of good, in some cases exceeding therapies offered by conventional practitioners. An outspoken advocate for science-based health advocacy who is not afraid to take on media celebrities who promote alternative practices, Dr. Offit advises, “There’s no such thing as alternative medicine. There’s only medicine that works and medicine that doesn’t.”
📒Black Magic ✍ Suzannah Knight
✏Black Magic Book Summary : Description & About the AuthorAfter a year travelling around the World Suzannah comes back to England to start university. Things start to go wrong as she is tempted into experimenting with drugs. She drops out of university and during her first spell of mania and depression starts to believe in black magic. This is the start of a long and winding journey for Suzannah as she loses all her friends and former lifestyle and leads a dubious existence - self harming and trichotillomania plague and her psyche as she battles with an eating disorder.Suzannah is eventually sectioned and finds herself in a secure unit battling psychosis. She will not admit to herself she has a problem and refuses to take medication. Lonely and cast adrift she tries to forge a career for herself, but she can't escape the taboo of being labelled 'mental'. Some time later she finds herself in the slums of Darlington, in poverty, and a chronic alcoholic. Overcoming her demons and fighting her schizo-affective disorder Suzannah takes life by the balls and gets herself back to university to finally finish her degree only to once again fall into mental illness, bad relationships and brushes with the law.With four different diagnoses along the journey and various different forms of medication Suzannah denies her mental illness for a long time and therefore the psychiatrists were unable to help. She loses all her friends through mental illness and any form of normal life until she confronts the problem.Remarkably and with great character Suzannah's book ends on a high note as she falls in love and marries the man of her dreams to live happily ever after with her son Domini. It is through her own determination and the support of loved ones that Suzannah has changed her life. She will never be totally rid of her illness but with sensible management she has succeeded in finding equilibrium. This is a fascinating and empowering story which should be a great positive influence to those who find themselves in a similar situation to Suzannah.