The Love Code

The Secret Principle to Achieving Success in Life, Love, and Happiness


Author: Alexander Loyd, PhD., ND

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 0451496035

Category: Self-Help

Page: 288

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Did you know that most self-help programs that follow the standard success blueprint have a 97% failure rate? The truth is that the typical personal improvement mantra of tapping into your willpower and using the power of positive thinking is actually a recipe for failure. In The Love Code, bestselling author and psychological counselor Alexander Loyd, PhD, ND, reveals the definitive self-help program to help you finally achieve the life you want and the success you deserve. Science has proven that stress is the primary source of virtually any problem– physical, spiritual, emotional, and even circumstantial. Loyd believes that we need to understand how love works in our bodies to combat stress. By harnessing love’s power and learning to live in the present moment, you can define your life goals and live mindfully in a state of peace. Rooted in science, ancient wisdom, and proven therapeutic techniques, The Love Code offers three important mental, physical, and spiritual tools and a revolutionary 40-day holistic program based on more than 25 years of clinical experience in removing the obstacles that sabotage us. You'll also have free access to the unprecedented "Success Issues Finder" test, which accurately diagnoses your unconscious and subconscious issues related to success and failure, happiness and unhappiness. No matter how you define success – as wealth, career satisfaction, healing of health issues, or resolution of relationship problems – The Love Code will help you achieve it once and for all, quickly and for the long term.

Cracking the Love Code


Author: Janet O'Neal

Publisher: Wolf & Madison Pub

ISBN: 9780964897113

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

View: 1696

Fed up with relationship gurus who encourage people to find a partner by flirting, tantalizing, and deceiving, Janet O'Neal wrote and self-published the remarkably successful Cracking the Love Code. Now, everyone can benefit from O'Neal's realistic, up-to-date approach. O'Neal, known to her many fans as "The Love Coach", provides a step-by-step plan for creating a mutually satisfying, committed relationship, offering straightforward advice on everything from identifying what you're looking for in a partner to sustaining a relationship whether you choose to marry or not. Focusing on the "Six Cs" of success -- conceiving, contentment, connecting, chemistry, conviction, and commitment -- O'Neal discusses not only how to find the best partner but how to be a good partner yourself. Peppered with exercises, quizzes, and eye-opening information -- including the ten biggest sexual turn-offs and turn-ons for both men and women -- Cracking the Love Code will enlighten anyone who's ready for real love.

The Love Code. 18+


Author: Sergey Tarkhov

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 9781478764823

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 170

View: 2277

The Love Code. 18 + is an exciting collection of short stories where people experience new and unexpected moments in their lives. These stories cause smiles and remain in memory for a long time. The humorous tone is sure to set readers into a good mood. Such stories like "Captain," "The Marked," "One Dollar Tip," and "Family Comes First" make readers delight and reread the stories over and over.

John Donne's Performances

Sermons, Poems, Letters and Devotions


Author: Margret Fetzer

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 1847797865

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 320

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Ever since their rediscovery in the 1920s, John Donne's writings have been praised for their energy, vigour and drama - yet so far, no attempt has been made to approach and define systematically these major characteristics of his work. Drawing on J. L. Austin's speech act theory, Margret Fetzer's comparative reading of Donne's poetry and prose eschews questions of personal or religious sincerity and instead recreates an image of John Donne as a man of many performances. No matter if engaged in the writing of a sermon or a piece of erotic poetry, Donne placed enormous trust in what words could do. Questions as to how saying something may actually bring about that very thing, or how playing the part of someone else affects an actor's identity, are central to Donne's oeuvre - and moreover highly relevant in the cultural and theological contexts of the early modern period in general. In treating both canonical and lesser known Donne texts, John Donne's Performances hopes to make a significant contribution not only to Donne criticism and research into early modern culture: by using concepts of performance and performativity as its major theoretical backdrop, it aims to establish an interdisciplinary link with the field of performance studies.

COMPATIBILITY Code of Harmony For Love & Unity


Author: Franklin Gillette


ISBN: 130066696X

Category: Self-Help

Page: 246

View: 2655

Compatibility has been known by many to mean many things. It has widely been associated with astrology which helps to determine if one person can get along with the other person. When you are finished reading this book, you will see that compatibility is much more than that. There is a certain code, like a combination lock, that will unlock the tools necessary to apply and establish mutual love and unity once again. This book is universal and is beneficial for the individual, couple, group, or society. The code to compatibility has been scattered throughout the world like pieces to a puzzle. This book, Compatibility The Code of Harmony For Love & Unity, will give you the knowledge necessary to put the pieces of the puzzle back together. It will improve the quality of your life and strengthen your connection with all those you come in contact with. Compatibility The Code of Harmony For Love & Unity will give you the advantage necessary to help you achieve peace, love, and unity once again.

The Love Code


Author: Horowitz

Publisher: Tetrahedron Llc

ISBN: 9780923550677

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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According to Dr. Horowitz's latest of sixteen books, Da Vinci's most famous drawing, The Vitruvian Man, is a cryptograph providing Divine direction for advancing technologies crucial for civilization's evolution. The actual code that sparked Da Vinci's creative genius, not mentioned in The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown or film by Ron Howard, is a set of mathematical-musical notes, numbers, and symbols that heralds civilization's capacity for Divine-human communion. The real secreted code also directs the development of new technologies that can accomplish most amazing and desirable outcomes in the arts and sciences for humanity's physical salvation and spiritual evolution. LOVE The Real Da Vinci Code provides unprecedented insight into Da Vinci's reversed-writings, notebook encryptions, and famous Vitruvian drawing that has become the icon for natural living and holistic healing movements.

Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion


Author: George R. Graham,Edgar Allan Poe,Ann Sophia Stephens,Charles Jacobs Peterson,Rufus Wilmot Griswold,Robert Taylor Conrad,Joseph Ripley Chandler,Bayard Taylor

Publisher: N.A



Page: N.A

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Shakespeare's Living Art


Author: Rosalie Littell Colie

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 1400867878

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 382

View: 7691

In this, her last book, Rosalie L. Colie suggests that by linking "forms"—verse forms, devices, motives, themes, conventions, genres—to the culture from which a writer springs and to his selection and organization of materials, we can understand the processes by which he becomes what he is, and is enabled to do what he does. She is particularly concerned with uncovering the ways in which Shakespeare used, misused, criticized, re-created, and sometimes revolutionized the received topics and devices of his craft. In this sense, Shakespeare's plays are seen as problem plays, each exploring the problematics of his craft and revealing his assessment of what was problematical. The author has chosen for study topics which connect Shakespeare with the long and rich continental Renaissance, in the hope that in the future Shakespeare might be, like Dante and Cervantes, an essential author in a comparatist's education. Usually a single topic dealing with some formal aspect of a play—the use of stereotypes to create a character highly original in stage practice, or the various manipulations of a mode (the pastoral, for example) rich in potentialities—is used to try to see in what particular ways Shakespeare shaped works that are still unique. Originally published in 1974. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.