Be Who You Are is one of the earliest published books of dialogues with Jean Klein. Written in the lucid and eloquent style which characterises his work, each chapter is composed of an introductory discourse followed by questions and answers. “The ‘eternal present’, our theme in these meetings, lies within the depth of ourselves. It is the eternal awareness of the Self. Seen from the Ultimate, the world projected by the mind appears and disappears, in other words, it "becomes". When we talk of time and space, it must be thoroughly understood that their reality is relative, it is a reality in the world of becoming. But beyond space-time is that stillness which knows no becoming." This much sought after book, by one of the most important exponents of Advaita in recent years, is now available again from Non-Duality Press.
Be Who You Are is one of the earliest published books of dialogues with Jean Klein.
Author: Jean Klein
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT IS NOT ABOUT LOSING WEIGHT to become someone you are not. Weight loss programs can help you lose weight, but fail in the long run because the starting point is based on a negative image of yourself. Successful weight management only works when you feel confident and happy about who you are and consciously choose to lose weight (or not) from a positive perspective. Managing weight is really about managing yourself into being the best you can be, loving yourself and letting your body find the shape that best suits who you are. Managing weight is not about losing pounds. It is about losing what is weighing you down "You cannot be anything but yourself so you might as well...GET INTO IT ..".
If the weight control diet or food plan you are following is what you need to do for
the rest of your life in order to stay thin, you are still in the same consciousness
and being fat again is just around the corner. There is no difference between this
Author: Dr. Henri Marcoux
Category: Health & Fitness
Nick was born in a boy's body, but has always felt like a girl inside. Nick's family supports him when he says he no longer wants to be called a boy or dress like a boy; "Always remember to be who you are Nick. Remember that we love you, and we are so proud of you." (p. 17). Nick's parents find a group for families like theirs. With their support, Nick expresses a desire to be addressed as "she," and then to be named "Hope." Based on the author's experiences with her children.
Jennifer Carr. Dedicated to Philip & Alice As far back as Nick could remember he
Author: Jennifer Carr
Category: Identity (Psychology)
In a brand-new companion to his beloved classic It's Okay to Be Different, New York Times bestselling author Todd Parr encourages kids to be proud of who they are inside. Be who you are! Be proud of where you're from. Be a different color. Speak your language. Wear everything you need to be you. Who better than Todd Parr to remind kids that their unique traits are what make them so special? With his signature silly and accessible style, Parr encourages readers to embrace all their unique qualities.
Be who you are! Be proud of where you're from. Be a different color. Speak your language. Wear everything you need to be you. Who better than Todd Parr to remind kids that their unique traits are what make them so special?
Author: Todd Parr
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Be Who You Want to Be After years of struggling with being African Americans in the greatest country on earth, the United States of America, we are still not equal. As a preacher, I preach to tell the common people that there is hope in this country. There is no pure race in our country. This world doesn’t belong to any one civilization. The world is smaller than ever before. We need to respect one another and allow God to help us have confidence in one another. We need the vision to acknowledge the rights of all people. The grievances we have with one another are racial and large social groups discrimination, and we must face it. We must encourage self-esteem for all people. When you don’t know who you are, you can’t be who you want to be. I am convinced that we can profit a lot by being cautious. Don’t turn your life over to someone else for his or her approval. Respect yourself. I want to encourage people to believe in their dreams. In order to make your dreams come true, you must believe in yourself. I want you to know that people on top of the world do get slapped in the face by life’s disappointments. There is help if we have an attitude of faith. Be mindful of what you share with other people. Some people are superstars only in their own minds. These people live on the edge of life.. Bullying comes in different forms. This mysterious behavior that comes from other people will stop you from making smart choices. Every person goes through a change in his or her life. But failure could be a step forward in your life. If your plan has failed you, use your disadvantage to your advantage. Our enemy walks with us daily. The only remedy for an emotional heart ache is your faith in God. Faith is holding on one day longer.
“Be Who You Want to Be “Is about respect for yourself and others. You must know
who you are, to be “Who you want to be”. You must respect other people to
achieve success knowing yourself can make a difference in your life. There is a
Author: Leon J. Boone
Many years ago, as I was describing the latest saga in my bizarre life to a dear friend, she suggested I write a book about my life. Eventually, over a period of several years, I started writing down these short stories and finally put them together into a book. It was then that I realized that many of my life experiences had a profound impact on who I was and how I thought. I started out as a quiet, shy person who was unsure of herself and her abilities. Even though I had grown up attending church every Sunday, trying to follow the teachings of the Bible, I knew something was missing in my life. Eventually I married a United Methodist minister and we raised two children together. The challenges we faced during our years in the ministry allowed me to grow in strength and confidence. I was continually learning new life lessons as God put me in positions where I could be of help while caring for the needs and problems of others. As God led me to take on leadership roles, I found I could depend on His guidance and continual support. I was energized as He guided me to use my creative and artistic talents. Then one day the doctor told me I had a tumor and needed major surgery, all at the same time my husband was being put on trial by the church for behavior unbecoming of a minister. When you are down and out is when you find out about your faith and Gods power to turn things around. Never before had I envisioned the challenges I was yet to face. I knew that God was not finished with me and that I had much more to accomplish. Praise God!
By then, my self-image had deteriorated so much that I had completely lost sight
ofwho I was. My fear was that I could not make it on my own ifI ended the
marriage. In my mind, I needed my husband's help. What would I do? How would
Author: Patricia Kelbaugh
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
In Who You Are, Elysha explains that you can be self realized in any moment.Elysha puts the power into your hands by offering you a practice that will allow you to alleviate your own suffering. This is the beginning of your journey of true discovery. You already are your true nature; all you have to do is remember it, moment by moment. It is that simple, and Elysha will show you how.
The ultimate value of the body is that it serves as a vehicle to remember who you
are, namely the 'one' that is beyond 'beyondness' itself, from which all
manifestation arises. As you realise your true nature in manifestation, you
continue to ...
By meditating on personal examples from the author's life, as well as reflecting on the inspirational life and writings of Thomas Merton, stories from the Gospels, as well as the lives of other holy men and women (among them, Henri Nouwen, Therese of Lisieux and Pope John XXIII) the reader will see how becoming who you are, and becoming the person that God created, is a simple path to happiness, peace of mind and even sanctity.
By meditating on personal examples from the author's life, as well as reflecting on the inspirational life and writings of Thomas Merton, stories from the Gospels, as well as the lives of other holy men and women (among them, Henri Nouwen, ...
Author: James Martin
Publisher: Paulist Press
Have you bought the lie? Many of us do. We measure our worth by what others think of us. We compare and strive, existing mostly for the approval of others. Pressure rises, anxiety creeps in and we hustle to keep up. Jesus whispers, I gave my life to set you free. I gave you purpose. I called you to live in freedom in that purpose. Yet we still hobble through life, afraid to confess all the ways we push against this truth, because we can’t even believe it. We continue to grasp for the approval of anyone that will offer it: whether strangers, friends, or community. Christ doesn’t say you can be or may be or will be free. He says you are free. Dare you believe it? In You Are Free, Rebekah invites you to: • Overcome the exhaustion of trying to meet the expectations of others and rest in the joy God’s freedom brings. • Release stress, anxiety and worry, to uncover the peace that comes from abiding in His presence. • Find permission to grieve past experiences, confess areas of brokenness, and receive strength in your journey towards healing. • Throw off self-condemnation, burn superficial masks and step boldly into what our good God has for you. • Discover the courage to begin again and use your newfound freedom to set others free. Freedom is for everyone who wants it—the lost, the wounded, and those weary from all of the striving. It’s for those who gave up trying years ago. It’s for those angry and hurt, brilliant and burnt by the Christian song and dance. You are the church, the people of God. You were meant to be free.
He says you are free. Dare you believe it? In You Are Free, Rebekah invites you to: Overcome the exhaustion of trying to meet the expectations of others and rest in the joy God's freedom brings.
Author: Rebekah Lyons
Susie is a piggy fond of reading. Her dream is to become a sailor.
Susie is a piggy fond of reading. Her dream is to become a sailor.
Author: Allison Li (李嘉宜) & Joyce
Publisher: Kaun Tang International Publications Ltd.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Rita Sherman's How to Be Yourself captured the hearts of thousands. Now, she brings her quirky wisdom and artistic visions into full color with a collection of witty and whimsical maxims sure to please anyone looking for a little warmth, comfort, and friendly advice.
Rita Sherman's How to Be Yourself captured the hearts of thousands.
Author: Rita Sherman
Publisher: Harper San Francisco
Based on the song of the same name written by a dad who loves his teenage daughters, Be Who You Are: A Song for My Children is a practical course in authenticity for young people struggling to define themselves and adults of all ages seeking to resurrect buried passions and live what they love.
Based on the song of the same name written by a dad who loves his teenage daughters, Be Who You Are: A Song for My Children is a practical course in authenticity for young people struggling to define themselves and adults of all ages ...
Author: Jimmy Brandmeier
Adele, The Diva Chicken, Be Who You Are is the most anticipated Funny Farm children's book of all time! It is about anti-bullying, self-confidence, being yourself, and mostly kindness!!!Adele's book is for kids of all ages!!! It is also a beautiful photo book and includes many never-before-seen incredible photos of different animals around the Funny Farm Rescue & Sanctuary, located in Mays Landing, NJ. Everyone is unique! Our differences make us special. This book is full of clean humor and follows the true story of one of Funny Farm Rescue's most famous animals, Adele! The messages of this book are positive and uplifting. This fun anti-bullying children's book is a great gift, especially kids and anyone who loves animals!
Our differences make us special. This book is full of clean humor and follows the true story of one of Funny Farm Rescue's most famous animals, Adele! The messages of this book are positive and uplifting.
Author: Matt Reeves
This volume offers a timely look at the important topic of integrity. What does integrity mean? What does it involve? How do we "do" integrity? Drawing on his experience as a Christian, a minister, and a pastoral counselor, Ronald J. Greer explores the two sides of integrity: personal integrity and moral integrity. Personal integrity involves an integrated life, where we are in harmony with ourselves, while moral integrity reflects the evolution of the word, as the idea of morality and ethics merged with the concept of wholeness Perfect for the graduate or as a gift for anyone at a key turning point in their lives, this small book provides the insight and guidelines that will become the touchstones for a good, well-lived life.
We can all identify with the writer of the song. It is tempting to want to look outside
ourselves to find what will make us whole. It is tempting to want to find someone
else to complete us, or to adapt to some role to define us. It is tempting, as ...
Author: Ronald J. Greer
Publisher: Abingdon Press
This small book would break into the box of career confusion and indecision. It would unlock the chains of self-disbelief that hold you back. It would clear the cloudy sky beneath which hides the true you and your true career. It would enable you see through the smoke screen that come between you and your desired self. It would let some fresh air into your head that will unleash the energy required for your self and career actualization.
Your mother could have tagged you lazy because you were not as fast as your
siblings. ink! ere are things you could do better and more easily than anyone else
in this life. ink and be who you are, not who people think you are or who they ...
Author: Chigbo A. Ugwuoke
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Are you tired of the never-ending struggles Tired of grasping, clawing, plotting and striving to achieve your dreams Have you found your heart aching for something deeper and more enduring? Many believe that security, accomplishments, and possessions will give them identity. Yet the more you struggle for your identity, the more it eludes you. It isn't until you are free to let go of the grasping and the grabbing that you find out who you are. In this book, Mark Chironna shows letting go in action by putting you inside the skin of Jacob. Litterally a "grabber" from birth, Jacob emerged from the womb clutching the heel of his twin brother. For years this second son lived in his brother Esau's shadow, struggling to prove his way through life until an encounter with God showed him how to let go and find his destiny as a prince among men. "Let go of the lie that you can never lay hold of what your heart dreams of," says Chironna. "Reject the lie that everyone is out to deny you of your true-to-God existence. Let go of the belief that the struggle is with someone else; it is with yourself. Cheer up; you can, and you will let go, and your deepest longings will be deeply satisfied!"
It isn't until you are free to let go of the grasping and the grabbing that you find out who you are. In this book, Mark Chironna shows letting go in action by putting you inside the skin of Jacob.
Author: Mark Chironna
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Leadership requires many attributes besides intelligence and business savvy—courage, character, compassion, and respect are just a few. New managers learn concrete skills in the classroom or on the job, but where do they hone the equally important human values that will guide them through a career that is both successful and meaningful? In this inspirational book, Daisy Wademan gathers lessons on balancing the personal and professional responsibilities of leadership from faculty members of Harvard Business School. Offering a rare glimpse inside the classrooms in which many of the world's prominent leaders are trained, Remember Who You Are imparts lessons learned not in business, but in life. From the revelations on luck and obligation brought by a terrifying mountain accident to a widowed mother's lesson of respect for people rather than job titles, these unforgettable stories and reflections, shared by renowned contributors from Rosabeth Moss Kanter to former HBS Dean Kim Clark, remind us that great leadership is not only about the mind, but the heart.
told any of my undergraduate professors that I ended up being an academic
myself, their first reaction would be “Who?” Their second would be total disbelief.
During college, and even through grad school, I never imagined myself teaching.
Author: Daisy Wademan
Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press
Category: Business & Economics
This collection is a songbook for the classroom to be sure, but it is so much more than that! It was created by a master-teacher and licensed music therapist and especially designed for use in a primary classroom which includes children with special needs, although any class would certainly benefit from the concepts presented through the songs. Included is a brief introduction outlining the basic concepts and strategies for successful interaction to promote therapeutic learning in children with special needs. The 28 songs in this collection celebrate children-their individual uniqueness and growth, their daily adventures, and their membership within a larger community. Also included is a helpful performance/accompaniment CD as well as suggestions for movement and/or rhythm instrument play.
This collection is a songbook for the classroom to be sure, but it is so much more than that!
Author: Kathy Arment
Publisher: Heritage Music Press
Category: Children with disabilities
In this six session video Bible study (DVD/digital video sold separately), Rebekah Lyons explores why we all want to know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, what we were made for. Yet many of us believe that “calling” feels like something held for the exclusive few. Rebekah’s heart is to dismantle that idea, to remind each and every one of us that God has plans for something specific if we have ears to hear the still small voice of a Father that beckons. What if we pressed into finding our truest selves hidden below the surface? Rebekah has traveled the country sharing with vulnerability her own pain and struggles to hear God and follow Him. “I have prayed with hands laid for healing and deliverance on women considering suicide, experiencing trauma, fighting cancer, holding off divorce, overcoming addiction and more. These are women, battle weary and wounded saying, “I’m done with the life I’ve created. I hunger for all that God promises. I want to expect more from a passionate and relentless God. I cannot continue to operate from a place of wounding. Please set me free.” But there is risk in this journey. We cannot get ahead of ourselves and just end up with a prettier version of striving. Rebekah reminds viewers that without healing from God along the way we can be pulled back into a place of wounding and bondage. But abiding in God’s presence will bring us answers and inform and sustain our calling. Rebekah’s voice is a vulnerable, prophetic call for women to become who they’ve already been designed to be. She is answering the questions women are asking. Listen to hear how we truly run free. Designed for use with the You Are Free DVD (sold separately).
These are women, battle weary and wounded saying, “I’m done with the life I’ve created. I hunger for all that God promises. I want to expect more from a passionate and relentless God.
Author: Rebekah Lyons
A gorgeous novel of family life, You Know Who You Are is the story of the Vine family, Arthur, Alice, and their three children. The eldest, Will, is well-mannered and academically driven. The youngest, Cara, is a sweet little charmer. Jacob, the middle child, is less sure of who he is. He’s funny, he’s impulsive, and he is often held hostage by his urges to make chaos. But when their mother, Alice, falls ill, Jacob begins to experiment--guiltily, nervously--with the special freedoms conferred on the motherless. Following the Vines as Jacob moves through high school, college, and beyond, You Know Who You Are is a wise, funny, elegiac novel of moving on, pulling together, and answering that most complicated of questions: who will you decide to become? From the Trade Paperback edition.
He had plenty of time for this sort of thinking, sitting on the hard green hospital
lounge furniture, or waiting in the car while his father picked up that weel<'s stack
of library books. He had plenty of time for all sorts of thinking. He would count the
Author: Ben Dolnick