Muchos hablan ya del misterioso caso de Matías de Stefano, el joven
que recuerda la Atlántida y vidas en otros planetas. Se trata de un Niño Índigo
que nació en agosto de 1987 en la Ciudad de Venado Tuerto, Argentina. Como él
mismo dice, no explica nada nuevo ni inventado porque la Sabiduría Perenne
siempre ha estado ahí, pero sí es una novedad que nos la cuenten con un
lenguaje juvenil, cercano, comprensible, desdramatizado y sincero.
Vivir en la Tierra presenta la
visión general de Matías de Stefano sobre qué somos, dónde estamos y cuál es
nuestra misión, dándonos información de primera mano sobre temas tan diversos
como el espíritu y el alma, la astrología, las razas humanas, la economía y la
política, la educación, Adán y Eva, la historia desconocida, el sistema solar,
la vida y la muerte.
En Vivir en el Universo, Matías de Stefano responde, con su claridad y sencillez habitual, a multitud de preguntas interesantes e inquietantes como: ¿Qué es
Dios? ¿Qué nos diferencia a nosotros de Dios? ¿Qué es el Ego? ¿Existe el libre
albedrío? ¿Qué es el amor incondicional? ¿Qué es el Mer-ka-bah?
Debut author Solange Mayo about her new book, A Very Bright Sun: “At the age of 29, I had three professional degrees and came from a family in which my parents had been married for 31 years, when I suddenly found myself in the darkest and loneliest place I had ever been. I was pregnant and divorced. I had no hope, no direction, and no guidance. I was completely lost in a tunnel and no matter where I looked; I couldn't see any glimpse of light. One night I cried myself to sleep saying, "God please take me out of this darkness and show me the light at the end of this tunnel. Please God do it." The very next day God showed me the way out of the darkness and into the light, and my life was forever transformed. It was the beginning of a journey where I would do what no one in my entire blood lineage had ever done. I would defy and break all of my family's beliefs and traditions and fight against all odds. I only had one person by my side and I was willing to walk on the water for Him.”
Odette Casamayor-Cisneros's Utopía, distopía e ingravidez: reconfiguraciones cosmológicas en la narrativa post-soviética cubana (Editorial Iberoamericana-Vervuert 2013), to be presented by César Salgado, examines, through the lens of literary production, the existential void experienced by Cubans after the collapse of the Socialist Bloc in the 1990s.Jacqueline Loss's Dreaming in Russian: the Cuban Soviet Imaginary (University of Texas Press 2013), to be presented by Ariana Hernández-Reguant, draws on interviews with Cuban artists, as well as treasures from cinematographic and bibliographic archives to interrogate a kaleidoscopic series of facets that reflect the hybrid nature of post-Soviet Cuban subjectivities. Accompanying Casamayor-Cisneros and Loss, who have written extensively on Cuban and Latin American cultures, in the discussion of their ground-breaking books are first-rate investigators Salgado and Hernández-Reguant. Presented in collaboration with the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University. 7:30pm
Lucky O’Toole, the newly promoted vice president of Customer Relations for the Babylon, Las Vegas’s primo Strip property, has never met a problem she couldn’t handle. But when a young woman is found dead, sprawled across the hood of a new, bright red Ferrari California in the Babylon’s on-site dealership, a Jimmy Choo stiletto stuck in her carotid, Lucky’s skills are maxed out. Of course her life is already on overload and The Smack-Down Poker tournament, the second-largest poker tournament in the world, is holding its final round at the Babylon. Hookers, thieves, players, cheaters, media, and hangers-on descend, looking to win or to score.
When one of the players turns up dead, Lucky starts to make connections between the two murders, putting her in the crosshairs of the killer. After a revelation by someone close to her sends her world reeling even further, Lucky struggles to keep her life in balance, and a murderer from killing again as bodies pile up. Then, just when she’s losing control… life deals another major complication to her personal life… and it’s not going to be pretty. Lucky struggles to keep her life in balance, and a murderer from killing again as bodies pile up.
What's the easiest way to make delicious and adorable desserts? Without an oven!
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They're all cute. They're all bursting with flavor. And you don't need an oven to make any of them.
Jennifer Aniston. Kate Beckinsale. Helen Hunt. Brooke Shields. In addition to their fame, these actresses share something else in common: they owe their enviable silhouettes to fitness expert and celebrity yoga instructor Mandy Ingber.
In Yogalosophy, Ingber—one of the most sought-after fitness and wellness advisors in Los Angeles—offers up a unique 28-day plan to help readers achieve healthier bodies and happier minds. Building on the concepts offered in Ingber’s popularYogalosophy DVD, this handbook provides an accessible program of proven workouts and eating guidelines designed to tone and strengthen the entire body, inside and out.
In addition to recipes and detailed body-sculpting workouts (which combine yoga postures with a wide range of other effective exercises), Ingber also offers up wise insights and thought-provoking anecdotes in each chapter, encouraging readers to establish a healthier, more life-embracing mindset. Full of girlfriend-y wisdom, Yogalosophy is a realistic, flexible, daily plan that will help readers transform their minds, their bodies, and their lives.
About the Author
Mandy Ingber, the creator of Yogalosophy, is a fitness and wellness expert, speaker, producer, instructor, and author. For over 16 years she has motivated people with her light-hearted approach and unique teaching style. Her ability to connect with a wide range of students makes her accessible to all. Mandy’s public appeal grew as a celebrity yoga instructor when she did a spread in SELF magazine in 2006 with client Jennifer Aniston. Other clients include Kate Beckinsale, Ricki Lake, Brooke Shields, jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer, and Helen Hunt, who gave her credit on the red carpet for getting her body “Oscar-ready.”
Ingber has been a keynote speaker and an event headliner for such events asPeople magazine’s “A-List Workout” and SELF magazine’s “Workout In the Park,” as well as a spokesperson for many brands. Mandy is featured regularly in national publications, such as SELF, InStyle, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, O, Los Angeles, People, Us Weekly, Life & Style, Glamour, Vanity Fair, Elle, and more.