Welcome to Green Dragon Books, a new company for the 21st century. The company, originally called Humanics Publishing, was founded and has been continuously publishing since 1969, making it one of the oldest publishing houses in Southeastern United States.
Initially based in Atlanta, Georgia, the first titles were developed in response to the need from the education community for quality classroom materials to support parents as the prime educators of their children.
In the mid-1980s, the company expanded its focus to include titles specializing in personal development, philosophy, and management. Moving into the 21st century, the range of topics now includes health, religion, science, mysteries, children's books, finance and politics. Green Dragon published the best-selling book, The Tao of Leadership, by John Heider.
Our mission is to develop authors and their works deemed successful, and contribute to the knowledge base for the planet. Our books take their place promptly in the mainstream of contemporary publishing. We are constantly seeking new authors in areas of child development, Eastern philosophy, human potential, and mystery; these are some of the many areas we have demonstrated our expertise.
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H.E.L.P. for the Adolecent
by Norma Banas
Do you know students who excel in class discussion but fall down on written tests? Who have difficulty learning from reading but whose intelligence is obvious in conversation? Who have shown fluctuating performance since grade school? All too often such students are labeled immature, unmotivated or just lazy. But these students may be suffering from the hidden handicap of learning disability.
Body, Self, and Soul: Sustaining Integration
by Fritz Smith
A wide range of ancient Eastern & modern Western philosophies connect in this exciting new therapy. Free your bodily tensions and release long-held emotions, enhancing your mental and physical health. Rosenberg's Integrative Body Psychotherapy helps develop both personal and internal growth, focusing on the whole person — the body, mind, emotions and spirit. With Marjorie L. Rand and Diane Assay.
The Singing Bowl
by Roy Dimond
A Tibetan monk embarks on a journey filled with harrowing dangers and strange mysteries. His quest is to find a lost book and save an ancient way of life. Under attack from Chinese Communists, a monk traveling the wilds of Tibet is given a daunting task--to bring a way of life back from the brink. That's the spellbinding journey revealed in Roy Dimond's new, action-packed adventure tale
The Tao of Relationships: A Balancing of Man and Woman
by Ray Grigg
The balancing of man and woman is not just their coming together, but their ability to stay separate. Love, like the Tao, cannot be limited by time or words. They are a process, a way of life, a balance. They move from the yin and yang of male/female to the mystical wholeness of the Tao. This thought-provoking, intuitive, and inspiring volume is for all lovers to learn from and enjoy.
The Tao of Loss and Grief: Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching Adapted for New Emotions
by Pamela Metz
The Tao of Loss and Grief provides the reader with a gentle philosophy of life and living based upon Lao Tzu's classic Tao Te Ching. The Tao of grieving acknowledges the mysteries of life and its many difficulties and surprises .Loss and the responding emotional response of grief are part of the mysterious whole of life. In this experience are also hope, love, forgiveness, and recovery from loss.
The Tao of Being: A Think and Do Workbook
by Ray Grigg
A practical guide to a balanced way of being, this adaptation of the Tao te Ching explores the relationship between the spirit of thinking and doing by the simplicity of the Tao. Discover how the application of the Tao can integrate the mind and body into one complete, balanced essence of being.
The Tao of Learning: Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching Adapted for a New Age
by Pamela Metz
An exploration of the elusive nature of learning and teaching, this adaptation of the Tao discusses the various phases of intellectual growth, the roles of student and mentor, and how to express, receive, and consider knowledge. If you have ever taught or been taught something that affected your life, this book will unlock the magic in that meaningful process.
The Tao of Recovery: A Quiet Path to Wellness
by Jim McGregor
The friends and family of a drug or alcohol addict are often left out of the recovery process. The timeless wisdom of the Tao has been adapted to gently change those who are suffering into peaceful, healthy, self-confident humans, ready to fully rejoin life in a serene and harmonious way.
The Tao of Star Wars
by John Porter
The "Star Wars" series contains, for some, a philosophical basis. "The Tao of Star Wars" uses the motifs from the "Star Wars" series to explain the basic tenets of Taoism. Although some of these concepts are relatively familiar, such as acceptance, patience and simplicity, their nuances as they apply to Taoism are invigorated utilizing the "Star Wars" motifs.
Emotional Terrorism: Breaking the Chains of A Toxic Relationship
by Erin Leonard
What does it mean to be emotionally terrorized? Imagine living in a relationships that has you feeling like it would be easier if you were abused.Sometimes emotional and psychological abuse can leave wounds that feel even worse that physical pain. Dr. Erin Leonard gives a voice to the victims who suffer silently within the confines of this relationship dynamic.
The Tao of Women
by Pamela Metz
For centuries women have remained quiet, suppressed by society. Yet in their silence a singing can be heard, celebrating their truths. In The Tao of Women, female voices speak out. Finally, the wisdom of Taoist philosophy is linked with the deep and mysterious wisdom of women. Written by Pamela K. Metz and Jacqueline Tobin.
The Tao Te Ching: A New Approach Backward Down the Path
by Jerry O'Dalton
A practical guide to the mystical and a mystical guide to the practical, this book results from a painstaking comparison of thirty editions of the Tao Te Ching. The chapters of the ancient original work, synthesized from the author's comparisons, are each followed by detailed paraphrases. These explain the Tao more clearly, yet retain the shrouded truth of the original.
by Albert Hofmann
Dr. Albert Hofmann, one of this century's greatest minds, offers a lifetime of insights, observations, and discussions. He leads us on an exploration of reality perception, where our newly discovered insights are drawn into intellectual meditation. Reality is approached as a combination of subjective and objective truths, which must be unified for ultimate awareness.
Life Before Death: A Spiritual Journey of Mind and Body
Lawrence Meredith writes with one question in mind: what constitutes life before death? The Hindus teach that there is life before life. So do the Mormons and the primal scream therapists. The Muslims teach that there is life after death, and so does just about anybody who's willing to be called religious. Meredith argues that these views are "felonius". We have the responsibility to live life
Early Childhood Activities
Over 700 child-tested activities, from a variety of teaching systems, are included in this overflowing encyclopedia of projects, games, and activities. Language and artistic skills, musical and physical awareness, and science and social studies are some of the subjects addressed. While dancing, singing, cutting, and pasting, the children will be so busy having fun (more)
We all want our children to grow into healthy, self-confident, secure adults. "Exploring Feelings" is just the resource you need to help make it happen. This truly unique and invaluable activity book is the first to focus on emotional development -- on helping young children develop self-confidence, independence and creative freedom.
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