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Inspired Wisdom Word Search

Yoga for the Brain

Foreword by Dave Farrow
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Boost your health and happiness through the power of positive play.

Discover goodies galore to enjoy inside. Insightful inspiring stories. Secret messages. Brain training fun. Positive affirmations to help make your life better. Chicken soup for your brain and soul, Inspired Wisdom Word Search invites you to play!

Who would have thought that practicing mental yoga, turbocharging creativity, and empowering personal mastery could be so much fun? Featuring Inspired Wisdom messages from sixty extraordinary authors from ages sixteen to eighty, these sixty puzzles make every page both a challenge to be solved and a meditation for self-realization. 

It gets even better! Once all words are found, a hidden message is revealed—a powerful, wise quote to affirm each author’s story. Plus, find fascinating facts and enlightening insights inside, providing tasty food for thought.

 This book can help you:

  • Stay sharp with a more flexible brain.
  • Bring more peace and happiness into your life with inspiring, mindful messages.
  • Reduce the risk of early onset dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Have fun with a purpose.

Both a profound philosophy and fun puzzle book, Inspired Wisdom Word Search is yoga for the brain that stretches your mind, nourishes your soul, and touches your heart.

Complete the sixty puzzles inside. In the process, discover that you have also solved the most important puzzle of all…you!  

"I love Yoga for the Brain! It is a great way to relax, unwind and play. Even better, research shows that games like these can have a mind-body benefit no matter how old you are. Sign me up for more!"

– Camille Leon, Founder, Holistic Chamber of Commerce

"Never before have I seen such a book, with word search puzzles, secret messages, and even more for the reader to enjoy! More than just a word search puzzle book, it's also packed with facts and information. Sitting down with the book is a great way to relax and stretch those brain muscles. I can see why the puzzles are considered 'yoga for the brain!' This book is highly recommended for those looking for puzzles, relaxation, inspiration, and enjoyment!"  

– Carla Trueheart for "Readers' Favorite"

"Yoga for the Brain is inspirational, relevant, and fun! The puzzles are challenging in a good way, and the messages are insightful and meaningful. It's well worth your time. I highly recommend it to everyone looking for something uniquely uplifting. It provides an all-around positive experience anyone can benefit from. The books encompass food for thought and food for the soul!" 

– Brenda Krueger Huffman, Publisher, Women's Voices Magazine

"Cristina Smith's fun and easily accessible works brilliantly blend quantum consciousness-based science with profound philosophical wisdom." 

– Dr. Amit Goswami, Quantum Physicist and bestselling author of "The Self-Aware Universe"

"While I've never actually heard the term 'yoga for the brain' before, it makes total sense. This book easily fulfills the mental and spiritual aspects of a Yoga practice. So much more than a puzzle book, the fun facts, history, and education lining the pages make Yoga for the Brain books a unique treasure. I highly recommend it for an entertaining and enlightening experience!" 

– Sheri Hoyte for "Reader Views"

"Everything Cristina writes about in her books is about our choice of what to do with the great gift of life we have been given. She has experienced in her own life the power of the spirit to transform her life and allow her to tap into her energy and enthusiasm to help others become all they can be. Puzzles are half of what these books are about. The other half is the commentary Cristina provides that helps us to learn to live fully in this present moment. Highly recommended!" 

– Dr. Russell Fanelli, Professor Emeritus, Western New England University

"Highly Recommended!" 

– The Wishing Shelf, UK

"Cristina Smith thinks deeply and writes with the kind of simplicity and clarity that only comes from an almost cellular attunement to her subjects. Without pretense or posturing, she uplifts them." 

– Steven Forrest, author of "The Inner Sky"