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  • Buddhism for Couples
    Buddhism for Couples In her usual understated manner Sarah Napthali has bought us another gem in this latest offering to couples. Her trademark sense of humour and innate sense of honesty shines through as she tackles the tricky subject of couples and in particular marriage.
  • Weightless (Ambient transmissions Vol. 2)
    Weightless (Ambient transmissions Vol. 2) Endlessly timeless, drifting slowly and gently through space.  Weightless in extreme; Delicate feelings of utter peace within as you drift through the void that is time, place and rebirth. Absolute: completely at peace with choice you sink ever deeper into your inner being.
  • Healthy Bowel Healthy Body - an A to Z guide
    Healthy Bowel Healthy Body -  an A to Z guide Hippocrates, the father of medicine said all disease begins in the gut and although we have come a long way in modern medicine this is still fundamentally true: If your digestive tract is unhealthy you will not enjoy good health. Dr Sandra Cabot, award winning author says you can overcome your bowl problems with a holistic approach to good health, particularly good digestive tract health and has, in her latest book offered practical and potentially lifesaving advice into eating for health and longevity.
  • The Kings Curse
    The Kings Curse Gregory once again has skilfully recreated Tudor England through the pages of what can almost be read as a diary of Margaret Pole as she struggles, not just for survival but for her beliefs and allegiances in a time when to trust was to die. Having risen to a place of some considerable power within the Court, the cold hand of betrayal reaches out not just to Margaret but to those she loves and holds dear.
  • Thoughts of Tomorrow
    Thoughts of Tomorrow Starting out with an tremendously upbeat track in Brazil, you immediately think of flamboyance and party time but equally as quickly move into a time and place one can only call reflective and melodic, slow and gentle, which, over Gronau’s past few albums has been becoming more and more apparent.
  • Tricky Teens
    Tricky Teens   Tricky Teens undoubtedly follows on from Tricky Kids which only makes sense as does the content of this latest offering on how the mind and emotions of the now teenaged child in your household operates. Let’s face it; you start out with a lovely buddle of joy which in its later years, teen years to be exact,  turns into the child from some other place, certainly can’t be your beloved child and what is happening to my beloved child!
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