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S.U.M.O. (Shut Up, Move On): The Straight-Talking Guide to Creating and Enjoying a Brilliant Life
S.U.M.O. (Shut Up, Move On): The Straight-Talking Guide to Creating and Enjoying a Brilliant Life
by Paul McGee
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars Black dog beater, 20 May 2015
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Fantastic book have recommended to several who suffer from the old black dog.


AllThingsAccessory® Premium Silicone Fasteners For Fitbit FLEX & Fitbit ALTA Wireless Wristband Bracelet (10 Pack)
AllThingsAccessory® Premium Silicone Fasteners For Fitbit FLEX & Fitbit ALTA Wireless Wristband Bracelet (10 Pack)
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Price: £12.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Single colour order?, 20 May 2015
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Fasteners arrived very quickly thank you. Colour and quality looks good. Not fitted yet as part of a number of birthday gifts. This was essential order for me as I have know 3-friends lose their Fitbit. Simple band will prevent that. Only very minor niggle would prefer to have the option of ordering a few of one colour to match the Fitbit.


There is a Path
There is a Path
by Donald Hatch
Edition: Paperback
Price: £4.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spiritualism in Thurrock, 13 April 2013
This review is from: There is a Path (Paperback)
Donald Hatch was the founder of the spiritualist Centre in Little Thurrock, Essex. Built with his own hands together with his sons he ran the centre for 30-years until retirement. I have been privileged to meet the author and whilst we do not share the same beliefs it is a must read book for all. The poetry is from the heart and the words with utmost sincerity from a man whose morals would make the world a better place if adopted by humanity and religions.
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ATTUNE YOUR BODY WITH DAO-IN (Master's Series of Taoist Internal Arts)
ATTUNE YOUR BODY WITH DAO-IN (Master's Series of Taoist Internal Arts)
by HUA-CHING NI
Edition: Paperback
Price: £11.50

4.0 out of 5 stars Dao~In, 2 Mar. 2012
This book is written with absolute good intent and builds an excellent picture of Traditional Chinese Medicine. If you read it with this in mind you will not get too cynical over some of the wilder health claims. The exercises are clearly explained and have steady progressions. With regular practice they will have significant health benefits in conjunction with 150 minutes per week cardio-vascular activity.
You will get maximum benefit should you have a good understanding of how the body works and in particular other martial arts. For the beginner there is the potential to be less effective due to not understanding intent and focus. Getting out there and taking part in some martial arts and meditation training with an enthusiastic instructor would easily rectify this.
I am adding Doa-In to my regular exercise sessions and expect to practice them for many years to come. A bow to Ni Hua-Ching for putting them on paper and passing on his wisdom and those who have gone before.


The Complete Guide to Physical Activity and Mental Health (Complete Guides)
The Complete Guide to Physical Activity and Mental Health (Complete Guides)
by Debbie Lawrence
Edition: Paperback

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mental Health awareness, 3 Dec. 2011
I am privileged to work with service users with learning difficulties teaching gentle exercise and stress control. The book purchase was on recommendation from Later Life Training and it is worth every penny. Whilst not entirely innovative the contents are laid out in a logical and progressive style. I have read once and will need to read a few more times to work out how I can best make extended use of the excellent information. It will become a valued reference book for me. It is written for fitness professionals and most of the content would be too meticulous for the layperson. However, the very concise description of Mental Health has helped me understand detail left out in formal MH training. I have incorporated this awareness already in my work with the carers with positive results.


Heroes: 100 Poems from the New Generation of War Poets
Heroes: 100 Poems from the New Generation of War Poets
by Tony Daly
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £8.00

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Emotional Poetry, 10 Nov. 2011
New out in time for 11.11.11 with half the profits going to the ABF-The Soldiers' Charity. A book created from poetry submitted by servicemen and their families. The poetry was judged for inclusion by; Poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy. Simon Rae and General Sir Richard Dannatt. Entries cover from World War 2 right up to current operations in Afghanistan and everywhere it between.
The book conceived by a former Guards officer and published Poet, John Jeffcock. In his introduction he expresses the importance of the "integrity of experience". To that end the poetry is raw and too the point, immersing the reader into the intense emotion contained in words. It is broken down into four main topic areas; Leaving, Active Service, Coming Home and Remembrance. There is no index so my copy now has tabs highlighting my favourites or those I wish to revisit soon. I have so many tabs that I might as well just keep reading from the beginning.
Without doubt if you appreciate poetry and the hard work of our Armed Forces it is a must read. For those who work for service charities or just love poetry it would make a wonderful present for Christmas or any other time.
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Tai Chi
Tai Chi

4.0 out of 5 stars Long and Short Forms, 29 Oct. 2011
This review is from: Tai Chi (Audio CD)
Good relaxing selection of music that works well with 13-form and Qi Gong. Track 7 The Calling works with short straight sword form. Not managed to fit in with Yang Long Form yet but looks like it will do nicely starting with track 6 More than a friend then 1 Endless Emotion and 10 Radiance.


Remembrance 108 (Long Form)
Remembrance 108 (Long Form)
Price: £0.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Long Form, 29 Oct. 2011
This download is top quality music from the Silk Orchestra. The pace and sound fits in really well with the Yang Long Form and deep breathing. Also very nice to listen too or meditate.


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