The Infinite Monkey Cage – How to Build a Universe


The Infinite Monkey Cage – How to Build a Universe
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Monkey House Blues: A Shanghai Prison by Dominic Stevenson

Monkey House Blues: A Shanghai Prison Memoir by Dominic Stevenson
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.2 MB
Overview: In 1993, Dominic Stevenson left a comfortable life with his girlfriend in Kyoto, Japan, to travel to China. His journey took him to some of the most inhospitable and dangerous places in the world, from the poppy fields of the Afghan-Pakistan border to the ancient trade routes of the Silk Road, before he was arrested for drug smuggling while boarding a boat from Shanghai to Japan.

After eight months on remand in a Chinese police lock-up, Stevenson was sentenced to two and a half years in one of the biggest prisons in the world, the Shanghai Municipal Prison aka ‘The Monkey House’. There, he was imprisoned alongside just five westerners amongst five thousand Chinese criminals in a block for death row inmates and political prisoners, where the guards drank green tea and let the prison run itself.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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The Monkey’s Paw by W. W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw by W. W. Jacobs
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 13.3 MB
Overview: The Monkey’s Paw is a classic horror short story written by author W. W. Jacobs, published in England in 1902. In the story, the paw of a dead monkey is a talisman that grants its possessor three wishes, but the wishes come with an enormous price.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Horror

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Dont Feed The Monkey Mind: How to Stop The Cycle of Anxiety Fear and Worry [Audiobook]

Dont Feed The Monkey Mind: How to Stop The Cycle of Anxiety Fear and Worry [Audiobook]

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Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind by Jennifer Shannon

Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind: How to Stop the Cycle of Anxiety, Fear, and Worry by Jennifer Shannon
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 119 MB
Overview: The very things we do to control anxiety can make anxiety worse. This unique guide offers a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-based approach to help you recognize the constant chatter of your anxious "monkey mind", stop feeding anxious thoughts, and find the personal peace you crave.
Ancient sages compared the human mind to a monkey: constantly chattering, hopping from branch to branch – endlessly moving from fear to safety. If you are one of the millions of people whose life is affected by anxiety, you are familiar with this process. Unfortunately, you can’t switch off the "monkey mind", but you can stop feeding the monkey – or stop rewarding it by avoiding the things you fear.
Written by psychotherapist Jennifer Shannon, this book shows you how to stop anxious thoughts from taking over using proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and mindfulness techniques. By following the exercises in this book, you’ll learn to identify your own anxious thoughts, question those thoughts, and uncover the core fears at play.
Once you stop feeding the monkey, there are no limits to how expansive your life can feel. This book will show you how anxiety can only continue as long as you try to avoid it. And, paradoxically, only by seeking out and confronting the things that make you anxious can you reverse the cycle that keeps your fears alive.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Monkey-Proof Box by Jonathan Lear

The Monkey-Proof Box: Curriculum design for building knowledge, developing creative thinking and promoting independence by Jonathan Lear
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.7 MB
Overview: Written by Jonathan Lear, The Monkey-Proof Box: Curriculum design for building knowledge, developing creative thinking and promoting independence is a manifesto on how to dismantle the curriculum we’re told to deliver and construct in its place the curriculum we need to deliver.

A group of monkeys. A box full of nuts. A lever. A chute. The monkeys excitedly poke at the box with rocks . nothing happens. Meanwhile, one monkey sits to the side, observing. Then, when the others wander off, he gets up and – with a curious push of his palm – presses the lever and the nuts tumble down the chute! Not believing his luck, he eats the nuts, presses the lever again and is rewarded with yet more nuts. He’s cracked the challenge of the monkey-proof box.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind by way of Jennifer Shannon

Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind: How to Stop the Cycle of Anxiety, Fear, and Worry by way of Jennifer Shannon
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.1 MB
Overview: The very issues we do to keep watch over nervousness could make nervousness worse. This distinctive information provides a cognitive behavioral remedy (CBT)-based manner that will help you acknowledge the consistent chatter of your nervous “monkey thoughts,” prevent feeding nervous ideas, and in finding the private peace you crave.

Ancient sages in comparison the human thoughts to a monkey: continuously chattering, hopping from department to branch-endlessly transferring from concern to protection. If you’re probably the most hundreds of thousands of folks whose existence is suffering from nervousness, you’re conversant in this procedure. Unfortunately, you’ll be able to’t transfer off the “monkey thoughts,” however you’ll be able to prevent feeding the monkey-or prevent rewarding it by way of averting the belongings you concern.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Woo, the Monkey Who Inspired Emily Carr via Grant Hayter-Menzies

Woo, the Monkey Who Inspired Emily Carr: A Biography via Grant Hayter-Menzies
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 5.21 MB
Overview: Although Emily Carr is now regarded as a Canadian legend, essentially the most enduring symbol is that of her pushing a beat-up previous pram into downtown Victoria, loaded with canine, cats, birds-and a monkey. Woo, a Javanese macaque whom Carr followed in 1923, has transform inextricably related with Carr in the preferred creativeness. But greater than that, in her quick lifetime Woo changed into similarly attached to Carr’s lifestyles and artwork.

Born to a strictly non secular circle of relatives, Carr was once by no means ready to reconcile her wild and passionate nature with the stifling mores of the well-to-do Victorian society by which she was once raised. Over the years, she increasingly more became to the corporate of animals to search out the affection and agree with lacking from her human relationships. Across the sector in an Indonesian jungle lagoon, Woo (like Carr) was once parted from her mom at a tender age. The tiny ape with a "greeny-brown" pelt and penetrating golden eyes was once then shipped the world over. When Carr noticed Woo in a puppy retailer, she known a kindred spirit and took her house.

Woo was once many stuff to Carr-a surrogate daughter, a mirrored image of herself, a work of the wild within her downtown Victoria boarding area. Welcoming the mischievous Woo into her lifestyles, Carr additionally welcomed a freedom that allowed a complete blooming of creative expression and gave Canada and the sector nice artwork not like some other earlier than or since. However, regardless of Carr’s transparent love for Woo, her chaotic lifestyles didn’t all the time permit Carr to correctly take care of her. Tragically, after Carr was once hospitalized because of center failure, she organized for Woo to be despatched to the Stanley Park Zoo. Bereft of Carr, Woo died by myself in her cage just a 12 months later.

Hayter-Menzies approaches his topic from a modern viewpoint on bringing wild animals into captivity whilst ultimate empathetic to the original dating between artist and monkey.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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The Monkey Is the Messenger by Ralph De La Rosa

The Monkey Is the Messenger: Meditation and What Your Busy Thoughts Is Attempting to Inform You by Ralph De La Rosa
Necessities: .MP3 reader, 351 MB
Overview: Hope for all those that need to meditate however really feel they cannot as a result of they assume an excessive amount of: a treatment. Making associates with the notorious "monkey thoughts" to make it a method for therapeutic and awakening.
It is a frequent story. Somebody needs to take up meditation, however they take themselves to be a type of folks for whom it simply would not work as a result of they assume an excessive amount of. And so they give it up in frustration after an hour or a pair weeks or a 12 months. However although it’s usually taken to be the scourge of meditators, repetitive and extreme considering is an expertise frequent to everybody. The Buddha famously known as it "monkey thoughts", and that time period has change into almost a family phrase. At worst, when folks sit all the way down to meditate and invariably discover themselves distracted, refined and not-so-subtle types of self-aggression and self-recrimination are likely to ensue over an expertise that’s as pure because it unpreventable. At greatest, the monkey thoughts is seen as an obstruction to a deeper approach of being; one thing to disregard, a pest to maneuver past. Such an thought usually crops up in right this moment’s mindfulness tradition, through which a fable prevails that meditation is about "emptying out ideas" or "shutting off the thoughts".
The reality is, says Ralph De La Rosa, repetitive considering is a pure perform of the human organism that, like all different features of our being, serves a objective – one that’s sure up with the exercise of awakening. Once we cease dismissing this tendency and as an alternative flip towards it, we will uncover far-reaching implications in service of well-being, emotional intelligence, cultivating loving-kindness, therapeutic trauma, and growing compassion.
Utilizing psychotherapeutic, somatic, and mindfulness-based approaches, The Monkey Is the Messenger is a information to working productively in meditation apply, in our psychologies, and even within the broader social points that usually lie behind threatening monkey-mind considering. It would concern a name for listeners to finish the battle they wage with themselves and to satisfy their minds in a way that’s appropriately knowledgeable, efficacious, and pleasurable.
Style: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Monkey Is The Messenger: Meditation And What Your Busy Mind Is Trying To Tell You [audiobook]

The Monkey Is The Messenger: Meditation and What Your Busy Mind Is Trying to Tell You [Audiobook]

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Monkey Kung Fu: History & Tradition

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The Monkey Is the Messenger Meditation and What Your Busy Mind Is Trying to Tell You [Audiobook]

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The Fourth Monkey by J.D. Barker [Audiobook]

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