The Honeymoon Effect: The Science of Creating Heaven on Earth; Bruce H. Lipton, Hay House, Rs. 250
In his new book, bestselling author Bruce H. Lipton asks readers to think back about the most spectacular love affair of their lives: the Big One that toppled them head over heels. It was a time when they were exuberantly healthy, overflowing with energy, loving their lives so much they couldn’t wait to bound out of bed in the morning to experience more. It was the ‘Honeymoon Effect’ that was to last forever.
Lipton explains that this ‘Honeymoon Effect’ was not a chance event but a personal creation. This book describes how readers manifested the ‘Honeymoon Effect’ and the reasons they lost it in their lives. That knowledge empowers them to create the honeymoon again; this time in a way that ensures a happily-ever-after relationship that even a Hollywood producer would love.
Lipton covers the influence of quantum physics (good vibrations), biochemistry (love potions), and psychology (the conscious and subconscious minds) in creating and sustaining loving relationships.
To illustrate the science of creating Heaven on Earth, Lipton weaves in his own personal saga from dysfunctional relationships to his 17-year honeymoon with his partner, Margaret. The book includes a Honeymoon Effect Checklist to help readers on their own journey to creating enduring relationships.
Let's Talk Hair; Aparna Santhanam, Collins, Rs. 250
Your hair can be an asset. If kept healthy, it can change your personality for the better. But in today's day and age, there are numerous problems and issues we have with our hair. Certain queries about the health of our hair plague us- Why is my hair so dull? Is it okay to straighten my hair as often as I do? What kind of shampoo should I buy? How do I stop my hair from falling? Is the conditioner to be applied only to the hair or to the scalp as well? Does oiling really help? What does the label mean when it says for fine to medium dull hair?
Often, finding the answers to these is difficult. Various solutions and remedies can be confusing. Now, here is a book that answers all these age-old questions about hair and its health. When it comes to hair, each of us has at least one pressing question; be it controlling that dandruff or taming that frizz, or the life-altering decision about whether to go for a hair transplant.
Let’s Talk Hair offers recipes to help you get super-healthy hair, tests to assess the quality and type of your hair and scalp, and guidance on choosing the best products for your tresses. Hair and skin specialist Aparna Santhanam helps you get the kind of hair you’ve always wanted.