By Kody Keplinger
Whitley Johnson's dream summer time together with her divorce dad has changed into a nightmare. She's simply met his new fiancee and her youngsters. The fiancee's son? Whitley's one-night stand from commencement evening. simply freakin' great.
Worse, she absolutely doesn't slot in along with her dad's ideal new country-club relatives. So Whitley acts out. She events. not easy. So tough she doesn't even realize the great things correct lower than her nostril: a candy little destiny stepsister who's near to the single individual she's ever beloved, a ally (even notwithstanding Whitley swears she doesn't "do" friends), and a smoking-hot man who isn't her stepbrother...at least, now not but. it is going to take all 3 of them to aid Whitley get via her anger and start to place the items of her family members jointly.
Filled with authenticity and uncooked emotion, Whitley is Kody Keplinger's such a lot compelling personality up to now: a cynical Holden Caulfield-esque lady you are going to thoroughly care approximately.
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W hen you dive into your own consciousness, as in yoga nidra, your awareness passes through these levels. As you go on in the practice you dive deeper and deeper.
52 Beyond the Body and M ind he initial purpose o f yoga nidra is to relax the body and the mind, and when you come to the last stage o f the practice you try to dissociate yourself from the body and th mind. Tension, stresses and strains only afflict you when you identify yourself with the body and the m ind. In the night, when you e n te r p rofou nd sleep, the process of dissociation takes place automatically. You d on ’t rem em ber your name, your body or the nature o f your surroundings during profound sleep.
You will be surprised how clearly and vividly the memories will manifest. • An extension of the previous practice is to recall and witness past traumas. If the witness attitude is m aintained, this becomes an effective m ethod of overcom ing the negative samskaras o f the mind, but it can be extended fu rth er by recreating the experience in the m ind, only this time with an outcom e that would have left a positive im pression rather than a negative one. T his not only helps ease the pain, but prepares the m ind to respond positively when similar situations occur in the future.