Yoga th rapie Soigner l attaque de panique et l anxi t
Quand l’anxiété prend trop de place, quand la panique empêche de vivre normalement, il est temps d’agir. L’action du yoga sur l’anxiété est particulièrement bénéfique, reconnue depuis des siècles et validée par des études scientifiques. Le yoga offre à chacun des outils simples, efficaces, qui permettent de contrôler les manifestations physiques de l’anxiété et de la peur, et de reprendre le dessus sur les pensées anxieuses. Dans ce guide, Lionel Coudron, médecin et professeur de yoga, propose : • des exercices pour apprendre à respirer ; • des postures pour dénouer les tensions ; • des méditations pour apaiser le mental ; • une démarche de yoga-thérapie pour faire face à l’attaque de panique. Plus d’efficacité et de sérénité : le pouvoir du yoga pour retrouver confiance et sécurité intérieure. Lionel Coudron est médecin et professeur de yoga depuis plus de trente ans. Il dirige l’Institut de yoga-thérapie. Il a écrit deux grands succès : Le Yoga. Bien vivre ses émotions, La Yoga-thérapie, et une collection de livres pratiques illustrés pour soigner les maux du quotidien par la yoga-thérapie. Corinne Miéville est professeur de yoga. Elle assure la formation à l’Institut de yoga-thérapie avec Lionel Coudron et dirige à Lausanne le Jardin du Yoga.
Nonaversive Intervention for Behavior Problems
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Principles and Applications of Asymmetric Synthesis
Asymmetric synthesis remains a challenge to practicing scientists as the need for enantiomerically pure or enriched compounds continues to increase. Over the last decade, a large amount of literature has been published in this field. Principles and Applications of Asymmetric Synthesis consolidates and evaluates the most useful methodologies into a one-volume resource for the convenience of practicing scientists and students. Authored by internationally renowned scientists in the field, this reliable reference covers more than 450 reactions and includes important stoichiometric as well as catalytic asymmetric reactions. The first chapter reviews the basic principles, common nomenclature, and analytical methods, and the remainder of the book is organized according to reaction type. The text examines such topics as: Carbon-carbon bond formations involving carbonyls, enamines, imines, and enolates Asymmetric C-O bond formations including epoxidation, dihydroxylation, and aminohydroxylation Asymmetric synthesis using the Diels-Alder reaction and other cyclizations Applications to the total synthesis of natural products Use of enzymes in asymmetric synthesis Practicing chemists in the pharmaceutical, fine chemical, and agricultural professions as well as graduate students will find that Principles and Applications of Asymmetric Synthesis affords comprehensive and current coverage.
A Life Among Others
After graduating in Finances in a Business School in Paris, I worked in a large company until 2015. At the end of 2014, a divine intervention reconnected me to the invisible world. Since then, I get to access my past lives and the invisible world thanks to signs and intuition. In this book, I share what I learned while discovering a wonderful and magic world, which is ours. My past lives as famous figures from our history help me understand that, if we pay attention to signs, our lives are intimately linked to others. Moreover, we live in a world perfectly arranged, we are guided by beings from the invisible world. We all have access to that. We hold treasures within us.
The Frontiers of Ancient Science
Our understanding of science, mathematics, and medicine today can be deeply enriched by studying the historical roots of these areas of inquiry in the ancient Near East and Mediterranean. The present volume brings together contributions from more than thirty of the most important scholars working in these fields in the United States and Europe in honor of the eminent historian of ancient science and medicine Heinrich von Staden.
Racial Science in Hitler s New Europe 1938 1945
In Racial Science in Hitler’s New Europe, 1938–1945, international scholars examine the theories of race that informed the legal, political, and social policies aimed against ethnic minorities in Nazi-dominated Europe. The essays explicate how racial science, preexisting racist sentiments, and pseudoscientific theories of race that were preeminent in interwar Europe ultimately facilitated Nazi racial designs for a “New Europe.” The volume examines racial theories in a number of European nation-states in order to understand racial thinking at large, the origins of the Holocaust, and the history of ethnic discrimination in each of those countries. The essays, by uncovering neglected layers of complexity, diversity, and nuance, demonstrate how local discourse on race paralleled Nazi racial theory but had unique nationalist intellectual traditions of racial thought. Written by rising scholars who are new to English-language audiences, this work examines the scientific foundations that central, eastern, northern, and southern European countries laid for ethnic discrimination, the attempted annihilation of Jews, and the elimination of other so-called inferior peoples.
The Savant and the State
There has been a tendency to view science in nineteenth-century France as the exclusive territory of the nation’s leading academic centers and the powerful Paris-based administrators who controlled them. Ministries and the great savants and institutions of the capital seem to have defined the field, while historians have ignored or glossed over traditions on the periphery of science. In The Savant and the State, Robert Fox charts new historiographical territory by synthesizing the practices and thought of state-sanctioned scientists and those of independent communities of savants and commentators with very different political, religious, and cultural priorities. Fox provides a comprehensive history of the public face of French science from the Bourbon Restoration to the outbreak of the Great War. Following the Enlightenment, many different interests competed to define the role of science and technology in French society. Political and religious conservatives tended to blame the scientific community for upsetting traditional values and, implicitly, delivering France into the hands of revolutionary extremists and Napoleonic bureaucrats. Scientists, for their part, embraced the belief that observation and experimentation offered the surest way to the knowledge and wisdom on which the welfare of society depended. This debate, Fox argues, became a contest for the hearts and minds of the French citizenry.
The Poison King
A new account of one of Rome's most relentless but least understood foes. Claiming Alexander the Great and Darius of Persia as ancestors, Mithradates inherited a wealthy Black Sea kingdom at age fourteen after his mother poisoned his father. He fled intoexile and returned in triumph to become a ruler of superb intelligence and fierce ambition. Hailed as a savior by his followers and feared as a second Hannibal by his enemies, he envisioned a grand Eastern empire to rival Rome. After massacring eighty thousand Roman citizens in 88 BC, he seized Greece and modern-day Turkey. Fighting some of the most spectacular battles in ancient history, he dragged Rome into a long round of wars and threatened to invade Italy itself. His uncanny ability to elude captureand surge back after devastating losses unnerved the Romans, while his mastery of poisons allowed him to foil assassination attempts and eliminate rivals.--From publisher description.
The atlas that helps you differentiate visually similar diseases Written with the dermatology trainee in mind, Dermatopathology: Diagnosis by First Impression uses more than 800 high resolution color images to introduce a simple and effective way to defuse the confusion caused by dermatopathology slides. Focused on commonly tested entities, and using low- to high-power views, this atlas emphasizes the key differences between visually similar diseases by using appearance as the starting point for diagnosis. The Third Edition provides: 800 high resolution and annotated photographs, now all fully downloadable 'Key Differences' to train the eye on distinctive diagnostic features Disease-based as well as alphabetical indexes 75 new interactive self-assessment questions to perfect your diagnostic skills Brand new algorithms for pattern analysis Dermatopathology: Diagnosis by First Impression, Third Edition, once again provides simple and effective guidance to help you approach dermatopathology and accurate diagnosis of skin disease.