Ninja Chick: Six Sacred Lessons for Becoming Cheeky, in Charge, and Simply Genius!

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New American Library, 2007 - Self-Help - 198 pages
4 Reviews
Take a moment to say goodbye to the fragility of your life, because as a Ninja Chick, you are finally in control. Your sensei, Karma guru Mollie Culligan, has mastered the art of giving it to women straight, through the six secret teachings of the ancient masters. Enter her dojo where under her guidance you will improve all aspects of your life including love, creativity, and self-awareness-and emerge a dynamic, loveable, and confident ninja chick who's got it going on.

Love: Tango in the face of imperfection and love exactly who you are

Fly: Discover the difference between you and the you everyone else wants you to be

Defy: Take the Oath of the Shinkansen and blast through all obstacles and doubts

Expand: Soar into fearless acts of flight interspersed with soothing moments of pause

Calm: Learn Seijaku (the power of silence), meditations and other rituals to keep your sanity unscathed during difficulties big and small

Give: Kick your karma up a notch and find out just why the best precept is saved for last

Expansive, embracing, human, and hilarious...this book will guide you through your own personal coup d'etat. You're on your way to earning your ninja stripes.

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Review: Ninja Chick: Six Sacred Lessons for Becoming Cheeky, In Charge, and Simply Genius!

User Review  - Holly - Goodreads

Lots of fun must use with to improve the lives of other ninja warriors that I know. well worth the read. Read a chapter ta time to let it soak in and apply the tactics of the ninja! Read full review

Review: Ninja Chick: Six Sacred Lessons for Becoming Cheeky, In Charge, and Simply Genius!

User Review  - Heidi - Goodreads

Mildly entertaining. Good tips for relaxing and centering. I wouldn't say it has lessons for being a genius though. :-) Read full review

Contents

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3
Love
15
FAMlLY
31
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Mollie Culligan, the founder of the jewelry line Jackrabbit, which is sold in over 200 stores in seven countries, has maintained a lifelong interest in Eastern philosophy. She lives in Santa Monica, California.

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