L’essentiel de la communication est non verbale : les mots ne sont que l’écume des messages, la partie visible de l’iceberg. Le langage non verbal est constitué de gestes, mimiques, variations imperceptibles dans l’intonation, attitudes, tout un ensemble de paramètres que la plupart d’entre nous ne maîtrisent pas, mais qui renseignent bien plus sûrement que les mots prononcés. Avez-vous une idée de tous les types d’échanges non verbaux que nous émettons ou recevons ? Avez-vous conscience de ceux que vous produisez ? Apprenez dans ce petit cahier très concret à décoder ces messages et à les utiliser à bon escient. Une mine d’or pour décoder tout ce que l’on ne vous dit pas ! « Je parle avec mon corps, et ceci sans le savoir. Je dis donc toujours plus que je n’en sais. » - Jacques Lacan Patrice Ras exerce en libéral depuis 1995 en tant que conférencier et formateur en développement personnel. Il est l’auteur de nombreux ouvrages dont La communication non verbale (Studyrama), Morphopsychologie : le visage, miroir de la personnalité, Petit cahier d’exercices des quatre accords toltèques et Petit cahier d’exercices de gestion des conflits parus aux Éditions Jouvence.
La construction de l’identité repose sur des bases qui se bonifient ou se dégradent au fil du temps : l’estime de soi, l’amour de soi et la confiance en soi, chacune de ces notions étant bien distincte de l’autre. Toutes les trois restent néanmoins complémentaires et essentielles pour se constituer une bonne image de soi et contrer ainsi la timidité. Deux parties composent cet ouvrage : la première vous permet de faire le diagnostic de l’image que vous avez de vous, la seconde procure différents conseils et solutions en fonction de vos résultats. Ainsi, grâce à ces nombreuses pistes, vous pourrez retrouver la vraie valeur de vous-même, vous réconcilier avec votre image pour arriver à vivre dans l’amour plutôt que dans la peur ! Sachez mesurer votre juste valeur pour vous épanouir ! Patrice Ras exerce en libéral depuis 1995 en tant que conférencier et formateur en développement personnel, coach, thérapeute et conseil en gestion de carrière. Il est notamment l’auteur de Aujourd’hui, j’arrête de tout remettre à demain, Morphopsychologie : le visage, miroir de la personnalité et du Petit cahier d’exercices des quatre accords toltèques parus aux Éditions Jouvence.
Ce manuel de référence offre une représentation théorique exhaustive du développement de la vie psychique à tous les âges de la vie de la naissance à la vieillesse. Les auteurs issus de la pensée psychanalytique retracent : - dans la Partie I : l'histoire de la réalité psychique ; - dans la Partie II : les logiques qui sous-tendent les formes d'expression de la psychopathologie sans oublier l'apport des neurosciences ; - dans la Partie III : les méthodes projectives en psychopathologie ; - dans la Partie IV : le soin psychique avec les psychothérapies le travail du psychothérapeute et les médiations thérapeutiques. Cette troisième édition est enrichie d'un nouveau chapitre sur la délinquance et la criminalité et d'un développement conséquent sur les psychothérapies. Ce manuel s'adresse à tous ceux qui étudiants jeunes professionnels et psychologues confirmés sont soucieux d'une vue d'ensemble et actualisée de l'approche clinique de la vie psychique et des formes de sa pathologie.
People joke that your children don’t come with a user's manual, but they're wrong. It's written in their faces and all you have to do is learn to read them. The secrets of your children's inner nature and personal potential are eloquently inscribed in the curve of their cheeks, the shape of their eyes, the contour of their brows, and the unique language of their original design. Chinese face reading is based on ancient Taoist principles that teach that each child is born with a soul's intent, a blueprint that is theirs and theirs alone, and this inner architecture is reflected in their outer design. When you can read your children's faces, you can discover their true nature. You can understand what their special gifts are, see where their personal challenges will be, and how to guide them through these issues. You’ll be able to recognize what they need from you in order to feel safe and loved, and you’ll be empowered as a parent to raise them with less stress, more joy, and the confidence that you're helping them fulfill their special purpose in the world!
The author relates how to overcome shyness, eliminate boredom and depression, feel more comfortable about taking risks, and identify, attract, and keep the twelve kinds of terrific people she describes
The Biology of Gastric Cancers
Author: Timothy Wang, James Fox, Andy Giraud
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
As someone who has spent nearly half his life wondering about the relationship between Helicobacter and gastric cancer, I find this textbook on the subject exciting and timely. In fact, I am not aware of any other volume that has been able to distil so much new knowledge into such a comprehensive account of a poorly understood field. Taking my own view, as a scientist placed in the middle of the spectrum between basic science and clinical medicine, I can see that the editors, Jim Fox, Andy Giraud, and Timothy Wang, provide a broad mix of expertise, which ensures that the subject is treated with the right balance. From clinicopathologic observations in humans, to epidemiology, through animal models, to molecular and cell biology, this team has hit the mark for most readers. Fox is a well-known leader in animal models with broad expertise. He pioneered the field with observations on Helicobacter species in animals, from the time when only one spiral gastric bac- rium was known, “Campylobacter pyloridis. ” Fox partners with Wang, whose team recently announced a dramatic advance in the field of carcinogenesis—the obser- tion that bone marrow–derived stem cells participate in the changes that become cancer. To this nice mix has been added Andy Giraud from my own country, who brings to the table some remarkable genetic models of gastric cancer based on alterations in the gp130/stat3-signaling pathway.
A fun present for cat lovers everywhere: a light-hearted self-help guide to help you live more like your cat LET YOUR CAT BE YOUR LIFE COACH. Do cats worry about their pension? Nope. Do cats take on work they don't want to do? As if! Do cats rush around hectically when they'd rather be licking their paws and looking out of the window? Please. Cats are free. They are calm, observant, wise, elegant, charismatic and proud. In fact, cats have found nothing less than the secret of how we should all live, whatever species we are! And in this book, St�phane Garnier will show you what he's learned over fifteen years of closely observing his cat, and teach you all the ways in which you too can apply the secrets of cats to your own life - at work, at home and with your friends. Unplug your laptop. Throw away your alarm clock. It's time to live like your cat!
Author: Marie-Laure Cuzacq
Publisher: Editions Asap
The Game of Let's Go
Author: Hervé Tullet
Publisher: Phaidon Press
Encourages children to follow a green, fuzzy line, with their finger, from page to page while they use their imagination. On board pages.
Wendy Ann Greenhalgh explores how drawing creates a deeper connection with ourselves and the world around us, and is as natural to us as breathing. Through mindful creative exercises and personal anecdote, she reveals how artists can rediscover the playful pleasure of drawing, and doodlers can experience wellbeing through mark making. With fresh materials of perception, flow, and instinct, an insightful author shares how we can all experience the mindful joys of drawing.
Author: Tahar Djaout
The renowned author of "The Last Summer of Reason" achieved great acclaim for this elegant, chilling novel, winning FranceUs prestigious Prix Mediterranee in 1991. "The Watchers" is a politically and morally resonant fable of malevolent bureaucracy, thoughtless fundamentalism, and the danger of sacrificing liberty in the name of patriotism.
Facing a World in Crisis
Author: Jiddu Krishnamurti
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
J. Krishnamurti, one of the most beloved and renowned religious teachers of the twentieth century, often taught his students that they must look at the state of the world, with all its violence and conflict, if they are ever to understand themselves. To turn away from world events was for him not to be alive to what life has to teach. Facing a World in Crisis presents a selection of talks that Krishnamurti gave on how to live in and respond to troubling and uncertain times. His message of personal responsibility and the importance of connecting with the broader world is presented in a nonsectarian and nonpolitical way. Direct and ultimately life-affirming, Facing a World in Crisis will resonate with readers today who are looking for a new way to understand and find hope in challenging times.
Author: Colin Greenland
'YOU KEEP OUT OF HARM'S WAY, SOPHIE FARTHING' Her father's advice seemed only sensible. The flying island of High Haven was a dangerous place. So what was she doing down on the docks at midnight, talking to the sinister gentleman with the iron jaw? Where had he come from on his majestic space yacht? And why did he laugh when she spoke of her poor dead mama? Sophie only wanted to talk to him again. She didn't really mean to stow away - certainly not on the wrong ship. Her unintended quest is to take Sophie far from home, to the pleasure gardens of the Moon, the grogshops and grime of Lambeth Walk, through the perilous Asteroid Sea and the cruel canyons of Mars where Angels fill the red sky with their ravenous cries.
Blood and Memory
Author: Fiona McIntosh
Publisher: Harper Collins
To save two kingdoms from a despot's rule, one man must journey into the unknown, seeking answers to the strange and powerful secret that so plagues him. Wyl Thirsk, loyal soldier of Morgravia, has seen his best friend slain, his sister tortured, and his mentor sent to certain death, all at the hands of his sovereign, the cruel and manipulative King Celimus. Now Celimus, believing himself to be rid of the "moral constraints" of the Thirsk influence, has turned his greedy eye to expansion ... and Morgravia's neighboring kingdom, ruled by the spirited but inexperienced Queen Valentyna. As Celimus pressures Valentyna into a doomed political marriage, Wyl endeavors desperately to preserve both the honor of his country and the freedom of the woman he loves. But fate has other plans for him. Despite his friends and loved ones becoming increasingly tangled in the evil machinations of King Celimus, though war with the dread Northern Kingdom appears imminent and Valentyna is poised to succumb to Morgravia's oily rule, Wyl must leave behind all he knows and cares about and travel into the land from which none return, seeking out the bestower of Myrren's sinister gift.
How can a blessing change the world? According to Pierre Pradervand, making the conscious choice to bless every person or being around you can truly make a world of difference in yourself and in others around you. In The Gentle Art of Blessing, Pradervand shows that the practice of blessing has the power to create more than just a renewed perspective. It unleashes tangible benefits throughout your entire life -- through your daily interactions, your life-long relationships, and in the way your approach your place in the world. Pradervand describes blessing as genuinely wishing the best for another person through seeing their individual worth and honoring them for it. By looking at several different perspectives -- providing spiritual inspiration from Hinduism, Taoism, the Koran, the Bible, and other important spiritual sources -- The Gentle Art of Blessing explores the potential in shifting one's attitude from confrontation and negativity to acceptance and enthusiasm. A powerfully simple way of perceiving and shaping our surroundings, blessings can reflect the unconditional love and acceptance that is necessary for world -- and inner -- peace.