Ultimate Library shares five new releases to help elevate your lifestyle. Learn about the science on how breathing correctly greatly improves our health, the incredible restorative powers of nature, as well as easy-to-create recipes that promote calm and self-care.
1. Washing Up is Good for You by Dept Ltd
Can washing up really be good for you? Can we discover a moment of insight, a wave of calm, a tickle of delight or a tingle of connection within our simple, readily available, everyday routine? Without needing to alter our entire lifestyle, can we unearth a fresh way in, hidden inside the daily and seemingly mundane? What might this do for our body, our mind and our relationships?
2. The Power of Awakening : Mindfulness Practices and Spiritual Tools to Transform Your Life by Dr Wayne W. Dyer
In this book, which collects some of his timeless words of wisdom in a new format, Dr Dyer will show you how to become genuinely awake, aware of the power you have within to shift your thought processes, release attachments and tame your ego – to name just a few topics covered within these pages.
3. Healing with Nature by Rochelle Calvert, foreword by Mark Coleman
Rochelle Calvert shows in this powerful book the greatest source of healing is all around us: nature, which inherently restores itself in the face of calamity. Dr Calvert shows readers how to engage with nature to calm and relax the nervous system using the five senses, tune into the somatic wisdom of the body to face lingering trauma and rewire it, and work with painful experiences to transform them and ultimately grow from
4. Breath : The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nestor
There is nothing more essential to our health and wellbeing than breathing: take air in, let it out, repeat 25,000 times a day. Yet, as a species, humans have lost the ability to breathe correctly, with grave consequences. In Breath, journalist James Nestor travels the world to discover the hidden science behind ancient breathing practices to figure out what went wrong and how to fix it.
5. The Calm Kitchen : Mindful Recipes to Feed Body and Soul by Lorna Salmon
Our lives have never been so hectic, so controlled by technology, so commodified. We find ourselves with less and less time to invest in nourishment – of both our bodies and our minds. The Calm Kitchen is more than just a recipe book. Following the four seasons, it’s a beginners guide to reconnecting with nature through food, cookery and ingredient-sourcing as a form of self-care; from the soothing smell of lavender fields to the simple magic of baking your first loaf of bread on a frosty winter’s night.