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Audiobook: Meet Your Shamanic Guide

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By Virginia Harton Meet your Shamanic Guide is a new single taken from the bestselling audio album: Shamanic Healing Journeys by Virginia Harton. This audio contains two journeys: “Meet your Shamanic Guide” and “Meet your Power Animal”
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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf - 2 Pre-shot Routines

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

Have you ever wondered why golfers like to prepare for every shot in the same methodical way? For example, they always line up their target and set-up their shots in a consistent manner and they take the same number of practice swings each time. In golf, this preferred sequence of preparatory thoughts and actions is called a “pre-shot routine”. Its main objective is to help players to clear their minds and warm-up their bodies so that they can focus completely on producing a comfortable and consistent swing. Such consistency is crucial for success in golf. As Gary Player, a 9-times Major winner, remarked: “the most important thing in golf is to have the same swing every time”.

Contains instruction on pre-shot routines, pre-match routines, post mistake routines and a short visualisation exercise.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf - 10 Putting Well

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan

Putting is one of the most important, difficult and frustrating skills in golf. Let’s consider each of these points in turn. Firstly, it’s important because it accounts for at least 40% of all your strokes on the course and also because successful putting can boost your confidence and generate momentum. For example, sinking a 15 foot putt on the first green makes you look forward to tackling the second hole – whereas missing a two foot putt usually has the opposite effect. And remember – a two inch putt counts as much on your card as a 200 yard drive. Secondly, putting is difficult because it requires a combination of technical and mental strengths. That’s why, although putting looks easy – it’s hard to do well. For example, to be a good putter, you need good eye-hand coordination, solid technique and, above all, precise perceptual judgment. Judgment is necessary in order to gauge the line or path of your putt – a task which is made harder by the fact that golf greens contain lots of slopes and undulations, many of which are subtle or disguised. So, to be good on the green, you must be able to assess the “break” or degree of swing in a putt across uneven greens. Thirdly, as well as being important and difficult, putting is frustrating because a mistake here it can undo all your good shots on the way to the green. For example, how often have you had the experience of landing on the green after several good shots only to ruin your score by three-putting … or even worse?

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf - 4 Developing mental toughness

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

Although sport is played with the body, it’s won mainly in the mind. That’s why mental toughness, or the ability to enjoy and thrive under pressure situations, is the key to sporting success. So, as a golfer, how can you develop mental toughness? How can you prepare your mind to enable you to play consistently to the best of your ability? In this section, we introduce you to the mental side of golf – and give you some practical tips on developing mental toughness.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf - 5 Enjoying your Golf

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

According to Mark Twain, golf is a long walk punctuated by many disappointments! If this description matches your experience at present, then maybe it’s time to re-discover your enjoyment of the game - that sense of excitement and fun that you had when you started to play golf. Unfortunately, the “many disappointments” that we encounter in golf can sometimes cause us to develop a bad attitude to the game - one that involves exessive self-criticism and negative, “all or nothing” thinking.

This short audiobook will give you tips on enjoying your Golf and also includes a visualisation exercise to reinforce your development of mental toughness.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf - 6 First Tee Nerves

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan.

Standing on the first tee of a competition can make even the most experienced of golfers feel nervous. For example, Justin Rose, a Major winner who has represented Europe in three Ryder Cup teams since 2008, admitted that he gets anxious every time he stands on the first tee of Ryder cup matches. As he said: “you never get accustomed to it. You don’t do it often enough to get comfortable”. This idea applies to all golfers – regardless of their ability level. Clearly, one reason why we feel nervous before our first shot in a competition is because we don’t play often enough in that situation. And because we want to get off the first tee as quickly as possible, we tend to swing too fast, which may produce the bad drive that we had feared. But take heart, almost every player feels anxious before a competition. And there are a number of practical steps outlined in this short audiobook which you can take to overcome this problem.

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf - 7 Handling mistakes and setbacks

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan.

Every day, golfers experience frustration, anger and embarrassment on the course as a result of the missed opportunities, mistakes and other misfortunes that they encounter on the course. For example, on any given hole, you could miss-hit a tee shot, find a bad lie in the rough, or miss a short putt – getting one bad break after another and saying “poor me, it’s just not my day!” If you’ve had similar experiences, then here’s a simple question. Do you currently have any practical techniques for responding to mistakes and setbacks in golf? If not, how can you expect to play well?

Remember - it’s not what happens to you on the course that matters, it’s how you react to it that counts. Research shows that in order to achieve success in golf, you must be able to learn from your mistakes and setbacks and be able to put them behind you quickly and efficiently so that you get on with the job at hand. If you don’t do this, one of these misfortunes could trigger a negative spiral in your mind whereby your mistakes lead to frustration … which, in turn, leads to more mistakes, more frustration and ultimately, a very disappointing round. There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf - 8 Increasing your Confidence

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan

Golf is often described as a “confidence” game because in order to play to to the best of your ability, you need to believe that you can execute key skills such as driving, chipping and putting accuratey when it really matters. Unfortunately, if you’re like most golfers, it’s all too easy for your mind to dwell on the flaws in your game and what you did wrong rather than on what you enjoyed or did well on the course.

However, by keeping track of small and gradual improvements in your game, your self-belief will grow and build resilience in the face of pressure. That’s why Jack Nicklaus claimed that confidence is the golfer’s “primary weapon” on the course. And he should know. After all, he has won more Majors than any other player in history. In the last of these victories, at the 1986 US Masters in Augusta when Nicklaus was 46 years old, he birdied 6 of the last 9 holes to win the tournament by one stroke. Subsequently, in his autobiography, he said that “a genuine belief in yourself is the top requirement for winning golf tournaments”.

Not surprisingly, this observation applies to players of all levels. For example, sinking a difficult putt early in a round can generate a psychological momentum which carries you through later holes – perhaps even until the final green. By contrast, missing a short putt can sow the seeds of self-doubt in your mind – and erode your confidence on the green for many holes afterwards. Clearly, it’s not just your skills that are tested in competitive golf … your belief in those skills is also challenged.

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf - 9 Performing under Pressure

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan

What does the word “pressure” mean to you? If you’re like most players, you associate it with feeling nervous or apprehensive about something, having negative thoughts, and experiencing a variety of unpleasant sensations like rapid breathing, a pounding heart, butterflies in your stomach and trembling hands. And that’s just on the first teebox! But joking apart, what do you really know about performing under pressure in golf?

Well, many players believe both that pressure is inevitable in golf and that there is very little you can do to overcome it. But both of these beliefs are wrong. Firstly, there is an important difference between pressure situations and pressure reactions. To clarify, although pressure situations – like facing a 6-foot downhill putt to halve a hole in matchplay - are inevitable in golf, your anxious response to them is not inevitable.

In this audio presentation, Sara is going to explain the secret of performing well under pressure - how to do our best when it matters most. In the first part, she will explore what anxiety or nervousness is, where it comes from, and how it affects your performance in golf. After that, she will provide some practical tips on how to control it so that you can perform well in pressure situations.

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf -1 Course Management

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

One of the best ways to improve your game - apart from practising technical drills and swing mechanics - is to work on “course management” - a strategic aspect of the game that involves thinking clearly and playing the right shot at the right time as you navigate your way around the course in all weather conditions. Effective course management involves making the smart shot choice each time you stand over the ball.

Contains nine special tips to improve this strategic aspect of your game, and a short visualisation exercise.

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Audiobook: Mental toughness in Golf 3 - Concentration

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Written by Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin. Aidan’s work for the last twenty years has included one to one coaching on mental toughness with top players including Major winners. Narrated by Sara Dylan

There are 10 audio recordings in this series including: Concentration, course management, developing mental toughness, enjoying your golf, first tee nerves, handling mistakes and setbacks, increasing your confidence, performing under pressure, pre-shot routines, and putting well.

Concentration, or the ability to focus on the task at hand while ignoring distractions, is crucial for success in golf. This is true because golf is a “stop-start” game in which at least 90% of your time on the course is spent doing something other than hitting the ball. And because there is a lot of walking and mental “down time” between your shots, a multitude of distractions can arise and divert your focus from the present moment. For example, a sudden noise or movement from a playing partner could upset your swing or you may find yourself thinking too far ahead as you face a putt. And like most players, you probably find it difficult to forget about a missed opportunity that occurred several holes back. Unfortunately, each of these distractions could prove costly to your score.

Contains 6 special tips to improve concentration in your game, and a short visualisation exercise involving a short putt.

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Audiobook: MENTAL WELLBEING

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This short audio presentation by Dr Denis McBrinn and narrated by Sara Dylan is designed to bring a clear definition of what mental wellbeing is, how to ensure it, and to give you a relaxing moment to focus and reflect on the level of mental wellbeing currently in your life.

"Mens sana in corpore sano - A sound mind in a healthy body" Juvenal

The practice of mindfulness helps to reduce stress and anxiety and contributes to our mental wellbeing. Mindfulness helps us to take notice of what is happening in the present moment.

By being more engaged with the present, we improve our focus on what really matters.

This improves understanding of our values, priorities and motivations.

We live in a constant stream of commentary running through our heads. But when we take notice and observe our mind, we are less likely to be controlled by negative thoughts.

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Audiobook: Mind Chef - Irish One Pot Specials - Irish Stew

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By Elaine McFerran

Step-by-step audio instruction while you cook like a professional.

Elaine McFerran, our Irish Chef, will be talking you through how to prepare a traditional Irish stew for four people. If you are only cooking for two why not cook for four and freeze some for a later meal.

If you don’t feel too confident in your cooking abilities don’t stress! Make yourself a cup of tea or coffee and listen through the whole process before you begin. Don’t forget you can pause and rewind Elaine as many times as you need. Cooking should be fun so don’t worry too much. Assuming you download this audio to your mobile phone you can take Elaine with you as you walk around the kitchen and when you shop for groceries.

Just so you know what to expect here’s the sequence; first Elaine will be explaining what ingredients you will need for this dish, followed by the equipment you’ll need to gather together before you begin. Then she’ll run through the stages of preparation and cooking.

Once you’ve got your ingredients and equipment together, it should take you about one hour to make the stew, but don’t worry, a significant amount of this time won’t include preparation, but will just be cooking time with the stew bubbling away to itself slowly. Work back about one hour and 20 minutes from the time you will serve the meal to your family and friends.

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Audiobook: Mind Chef: One pot Specials: Beef and Stout Pie

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Sara Dylan will be talking you through this mindchef presentation, written by Elaine McFerran, on how to prepare an irish beef and stout pie for four people. If you are only cooking for two why not cook for four and freeze some for a later meal?

Just so you know what to expect here’s the sequence; first I’ll be explaining what ingredients you will need for this dish, followed by the equipment you’ll need to gather together before you begin. Then we’ll run through the stages of preparation and cooking.

Once you’ve gathered your ingredients and equipment together, it should take you about three and a half hours to make this pie, but much of this time won’t involve any effort on your part, the filling just needs to cook nice and slowly. To give yourself enough time and to know when you’ll need to start, work back about three and a half hours from the time you want to serve the meal.

If you don’t feel too confident in your cooking skills don’t stress! Make yourself a cup of tea or coffee and listen through the whole process before you begin. Don’t forget you can pause and rewind me as many times as you need. Cooking should be fun so don’t worry too much.

Assuming you have downloaded this audio to your mobile phone you can take me with you as you walk around the kitchen and when you shop for groceries.

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Audiobook: Mindfulness for Kids

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Designed to give children the skills of mindfulness, to live in the present moment instead of squandering the precious seconds of their lives as they worry about the future and regret the past. It is also a key learning resource for face to face mindfulness sessions.

“This book is a game changer: my daughter is like a different child based on what I've learned from listening to it! It's definitely a mum's must have ❤️”

— Listener at Amazon

The weight of evidence from recent studies* concludes that:

Mindfulness for young people is easy to carry out, fits into a wide range of contexts, is enjoyed by both students and teachers, and does no harm.

Well conducted mindfulness interventions can improve the mental, emotional, social and physical health and wellbeing of young people who take part. It has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, reactivity and bad behaviour, improve sleep and self-­esteem, and bring about greater calmness, relaxation, the ability to manage behaviour and emotions, self-­awareness and empathy.

Mindfulness can contribute directly to the development of cognitive and performance skills and executive function. It can help young people pay greater attention, be more focused, think in more innovative ways, use existing knowledge more effectively, improve working memory, and enhance planning, problem solving, and reasoning skills.

The studies also show that adolescents who are mindful, either through their character or through learning, tend to experience greater well-being, and that being more mindful tends to accompany more positive emotion, greater popularity and having more friends, and less negative emotion and anxiety. Mindfulness is therefore likely to have beneficial effects on the emotional wellbeing, mental health, ability to learn and the physical health of school students. Such interventions have an impact fairly quickly, and are enjoyable and civilising, for pupils and staff.

*Evidence for the Impact of Mindfulness on Children and Young People” Weare K: Emeritus Professor, Universities of Exeter and Southampton April 2012

Chapter 12 music provided by Envato/Audiojungle: “Children Inspiration” Piano version by christophe-lagarde “We can Dream”: A beautiful, inspiring and emotionally uplifting song about looking towards the future with optimism, freedom, and a love for life featuring pure and beautiful vocals by Alaina Stacey, music and lyrics by Pink Zebra.

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Audiobook: Mindfulness for Kids: Happiness and Sleep Meditation

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Well conducted mindfulness interventions can improve the mental, emotional, social and physical health and wellbeing of young people who take part. It has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, reactivity and bad behaviour, improve sleep and self-esteem, and bring about greater calmness, relaxation, the ability to manage behaviour and emotions, self-­awareness and empathy.

In this audio recording from the best-selling audiobook: Mindfulness for Kids, Brenda Shankey takes the listener through a full meditation exercise to promote happiness and restful sleep.

Includes: “We can Dream”: A beautiful, inspiring and emotionally uplifting song about looking towards the future with optimism, freedom, and a love for life featuring pure and beautiful vocals by Alaina Stacey, music and lyrics by Pink Zebra.

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Audiobook: Mindfulness for Kids: Red Light to Anger & Tantrums

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By Brenda Shankey Well conducted mindfulness interventions can improve the mental, emotional, social and physical health and wellbeing of young people who take part. It has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, reactivity and bad behaviour, improve sleep and self-esteem, and bring about greater calmness, relaxation, the ability to manage behaviour and emotions, self-­awareness and empathy.

In this audio recording from the best-selling audiobook: Mindfulness for Kids, Brenda Shankey takes the listener through a kind and gentle session to recognise anger and tantrums and provide a simple process to empower the child to manage them.

Includes: “We can Dream”: A beautiful, inspiring and emotionally uplifting song about looking towards the future with optimism, freedom, and a love for life featuring pure and beautiful vocals by Alaina Stacey, music and lyrics by Pink Zebra. For 6-11 year olds

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Audiobook: Mindfulness for Kids: Stillness Meditation

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By Brenda Shankey Well conducted mindfulness interventions can improve the mental, emotional, social and physical health and well-being of young people who take part. It has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, reactivity and bad behaviour, improve sleep and self-esteem, and bring about greater calmness, relaxation, the ability to manage behaviour and emotions, self-­awareness and empathy.

In this audio recording from the best-selling audiobook: Mindfulness for Kids, Brenda Shankey takes the listener through a full stillness meditation to still the thoughts that bring worry, anxiety, and stress.

Includes: “We can Dream”: A beautiful, inspiring and emotionally uplifting song about looking towards the future with optimism, freedom, and a love for life featuring pure and beautiful vocals by Alaina Stacey, music and lyrics by Pink Zebra. For 6-11 year olds

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Audiobook: OPPORTUNITY

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This short audio presentation by Dr Denis McBrinn and narrated by Sara Dylan is designed to bring a clear definition of what opportunity is, how to seize it, and to give you a relaxing moment to focus and reflect on the level of opportunity currently in your life.

"The pessimist sees the problem with every opportunity. The optimist sees the opportunity in every problem" Winston Churchill.

Life's opportunities are not always immediately obvious.

Opportunities can come to us disguised as problems, difficulties and challenges.

Sometimes all it takes is a subtle change in thinking to make the most of them. There are no shortage of problems in this world.

But within every problem lies an opportunity to create a better solution.

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Audiobook: People Smart - Confidence When It Matters Most

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Dr Denis McBrinn From the bestselling audiobook: Go for it! Be Confident by Dr Denis McBrinn.This Audio will address the three People Smart areas of: Building Self Confidence, Being Confident with Others, and Confident Social Skills.

The starting point for building confidence is yourself. We know that confidence comes from within – it is not outside us and it is all to do with trust. The most important relationship in our lives is the one we develop with ourselves. How well do you know and trust yourself? How good a friend are you to yourself?

Others will treat you according to the way you see yourself. If you believe, deep down, you are a capable, worthwhile person and know that you deserve to be treated well, then that is the way others will treat you. On the other hand, if you don’t value yourself, then no one else will. If you are always putting yourself down, people will treat you as a door mat and walk all over you. Developing people skills is a pre-requisite to building confidence with others.

Social gatherings like weddings, funerals, christenings and parties can be uncomfortable and stressful situations, especially when we feel we are lacking in confidence. Social skills are arguably the most important set of abilities we can develop and practice to help build self- confidence. Having confident social skills will help you to meet interesting people, get that job you want, progress further in your career and establish good relationships.

This Audio will address the three People Smart areas of: Building Self Confidence, Being Confident with Others, and Confident Social Skills.

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Audiobook: POTENTIAL

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This short audio presentation by Dr Denis McBrinn and narrated by Sara Dylan, is designed to bring a clear definition of what potential is, how to harness it, and to give you an opportunity to focus and reflect on the level of personal potential currently in your life.

"What One Can Be. One Must Be" Abraham Maslow

Our potential as human beings is closely associated with our human needs.

There is an emptiness in human hearts that can lead to anxiety, regret and disillusionment, when ignored. But a better understanding of our fundamental needs and their priorities, helps us to shape our destiny And experience a life of meaning and purpose.

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Audiobook: Powerful Reiki Healing Meditation for Deep Sleep

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By Virginia Harton The intention of this Reiki meditation for deep sleep is that you will sleep soundly and deeply and wake up feeling refreshed and re-energised.

This short meditation is designed to help you to achieve deep restful sleep through exercises to relax the body and the mind while focusing on your breathing and the gentle voice of Virginia Harton creating a secure environment conducive to sleep. Having discussed possible causes for your insomnia with your doctor and addressed these causes with treatments this meditation will assist in your efforts to achieve a true experience of deep restful sleep.

What is insomnia? Since there is no "normal" amount of sleep, a diagnosis of insomnia does not depend on the number of hours a person sleeps. Instead, it's defined as an inadequate quantity or quality of sleep that interferes with normal daytime functioning. For some people, insomnia means difficulty in falling asleep, for others it's difficulty in maintaining sleep, and for still others it's early awakening.

Everyone has a rough night or two, and about 30% of adults have occasional or short-term insomnia. Chronic insomnia, though, lasts for more than three weeks. About 10% of adults experience chronic insomnia, and most need treatment to get relief. You can help your doctor evaluate your problem by keeping a sleep diary, which tracks such things as: number and time of caffeinated beverages during the day, naps during the day, your bedtime the previous night, and number of awakenings during the night.

Treating insomnia Relaxation training. Learn deep breathing, progressive muscular relaxation, or meditation. Relaxing your mind at bedtime will help you drift off to sleep.

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Audiobook: Powerful Reiki Healing Meditation for Fear and Anxiety

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By Virginia Harton Anxiety is like a ball of fearful thoughts that surface from time to time and now with this audiobook the divine light that is Reiki will wash these thoughts out of the cells of your body, out of your unconscious mind. Powerfully dissolving all attachments to fear.

Surrendering to the Reiki energy. You will feel strong and safe. In this moment you trust that life is exactly the way that it’s meant to be right now.

During this powerful Reiki meditation your unconscious mind will help you to make the positive changes to help you feel safe and secure in your own skin and help you to be strong, more grounded in your life and react from a place of empowerment instead of a place of fear.

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Audiobook: Powerful Reiki Healing Meditation for Inner Confidence

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By Virginia Harton This is your time to nurture your body, mind and soul. Virginia Harton will lovingly guide you through this powerful yet very gentle Reiki meditation for inner confidence.

As you gently deepen your breath the divine light of Reiki washes your body and mind of any thoughts that cause you to feel less confident in yourself. The reiki flows into the garden of your unconscious mind healing negative thoughts and belief systems that cause you to lose confidence in yourself. You don’t have to know what they are as you totally trust the Reiki as it flows bringing positive change into your life. In this moment you visualise in your imagination that on the inside of your belly button there is a spark of light that represents your inner confidence. This light is expands as you open to the energy of your inner confident self. It’s like a radiant river of pure light in full flow illuminating your inner body and unconscious mind and opening you up more and more to the new confident you; opening you up totally to radiate with inner confidence.

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