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Revitalize and focus your energy! Here are 24 userfriendly energy practices that will produce immediate benefits in your life. Ann Roulac demonstrates how energy practices, combined with a clear life purpose, are essential to dealing with the challenges of our modern lifestyles. Transformation and change requires an understanding of the principles of energy. You will learn how the practices of meditation, Chi Gung, yoga and other ancient disciplines can get you back in touch with your own personal power with the four elements of energy practicebreath, movement, sound and stillness.
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Ann Roulac is an author, speaker, business consultant and personal coach. She served as a principal and national director of Arthur Andersen and as a division president of Bank of America Mortgage and International Realty Corporation. Roulac lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Excerpt From Chapter One: Most cultures identify powerful individuals as those with the greatest amount of control over others. Political and business leaders certainly qualify, but the phenomenon of power isn't limited to people in obvious positions of influence it applies to anyone who claims a superior position as a result of race, education, net worth, physical strength, physical beauty, position of authority or accumulation of assets. Special knowledge, sexual prowess, where they live or whom they know can also lead to such claims. But true power comes from within. Those who are in touch with their own true power have a presence and a quality that affects the people around them. They impress not because they want to but because of the energy they radiate, which often has nothing to do with material accomplishment or career success. Unfortunately, many of us feel powerless and unable to make a difference in our lives or in the world. When we feel powerless we end up wanting what we think we don't have, which we view as external to us. This is one of the reasons why we emulate the lifestyles of those we perceive as having made it. We focus our attention sometimes to the point of obsession on pursuing the things they have: more money, more beauty, more toys, more authority. If we can just get a bit more of that, we can control our lives and feel safe and secure. But these are only symbols of power. Real power is not about control, or looking good, or having more. Real power is about getting in touch with our strengths, skills, talents and gifts our unique purpose and contribution to the greater whole. To reclaim our power, we need to let go of our fears of making mistakes, leaving our comfort zone, and worrying about what others think, and open ourselves to the constant flow of ideas, opportunities and energies that are available to every one of us, all of the time.
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Book Description Green Island Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0977332322
Book Description Green Island Pub, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0977332322