Sunday, February 8, 2009

Cuerpo limpio mente clara or Sibling Loss

Cuerpo limpio, mente clara: el programa de purificacion eficaz (Clear Body, Clear Mind)

Author: L Ron Hubbard

What keeps you from thinking clearly?

Do you sometimes feel tired or drained of energy for no apparent reason? Have you ever felt wooden or lifeless? Do you feel less alert and aware than you used to?

The truth is, our world is swimming in toxic substances that destroy life. Extensive studies show that pollutants, drugs and chemical residues remain in a person's body. These can dull the senses, cloud up thinking and even cause a wide range of illnesses. And worse, they block any stable advancement in mental or spiritual well-being.

There is a solution. In Clear Body Clear Mind, L. Ron Hubbard details his monumental breakthroughs and the resulting Purification program the only effective program that eliminates the devastating effects of drugs and toxins. Hundreds of thousands have done this program and lived happier, more perceptive and aware lives.

Publishers Weekly

"The planet has hit a barrier which prevents any widespread social progress drugs and other biochemical substances," warns L. Ron Hubbard in Clear Body Clear Mind: The Effective Purification Program (originally published in 1990). Hubbard outline a detoxification program aimed at eliminating the build-up of destructive chemicals in the body (including narcotics, prescription drugs, pesticides and preservatives). The program stresses exercises, sauna visits, vitamin supplements and plenty of water and fresh vegetables. The book also includes testimony from people who've successfully completed the program. (June) Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.


Arguing that the body stores toxic residues that affect health and mental performance, New York Times best-selling author Hubbard proposes a detoxification program that combines balanced nutrition with exercise, daily doses of niacin, and sauna sessions to release the toxins. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.

Library Journal

The late founder of the Church of Scientology and author of phenomenal best seller Dianetics (Bridge, 1950) created the detoxification regimen of running, saunas, natural oils, and specific vitamins and minerals that is clearly presented in this book. Included in the book are numerous testimonies from people who used this regimen to recover from substance abuse, radiation illness, Agent Orange-related diseases, and more. Still, readers should know that Hubbard's advocacy of megavitamins to detoxify the body has not been medically proven and is considered a controversial regimen by the regular medical community. Notwithstanding the footnoting (of common as well as technical terms--meant to promote accessibility but maddening to literate readers), a ``bibliography'' consisting of items available from Bridge (the official Church publisher), and a biographical note which virtually canonizes Hubbard, this title would be appropriate for large general-audience collections with subject demand in alternative therapies or Scientology.-- Judith Eannarino, George Wash ington Univ. Lib., Washington, D.C.

What People Are Saying

William E. Wheeler, Ph.D. Registered Dietitian & Former White House Staff Nutritionist
I highly recommend the Clear Body, Clear Mind method of detoxification. It sets the standard.

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Sibling Loss

Author: Joanna H Fanos

This is a superb book. It is based on extensive interviews, careful and complete mastery of existing literature, and the research of others. It is a significant contribution to our understanding of mourning, childhood and adolescent psychology, and of specific diseases, particularly cystic fibrosis.

Table of Contents:
Ch. 1The Problem1
Ch. 2The Family Setting23
Ch. 3The Sibling Relationship34
Ch. 4The Sibling's View of the Illness45
Ch. 5The Ordeal57
Ch. 6The Aftermath70
Ch. 7The Next Year80
Ch. 8Fear91
Ch. 9Waiting103
Ch. 10Guilt113
Ch. 11Resolution126
Ch. 12Recommendations136
Appendix: Methods145
Author Index173
Subject Index177

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