ALL MALE DIGEST
A male way of life
Thought-provoking books to broaden your horizons, perhaps challenge your outlook and always entertain. Eastern and western philosophy, self-awareness, erotic photography, yoga, food and wine, erotic and Swedish massage and more...
Section updated 23 Jul 13
- Book Of Massage
A guide to the relaxing and healing skills of massage, the ancient Japanese art of shiatsu and reflexology.
A book that needs to be read by any person who wants to get in touch with rational reality.
- Pathways to Bliss: Mythology and Personal Transformation
Joseph Campbell was one of the great disseminators of the psychological wisdom of mythology.
- Stretching For Fitness, Health & Performance
Need to stay loose and limber? Find it tough to keep those muscles and joints healthy, pain-free, and working well? This is the user-friendly manual that will protect you from injury-whatever your fitness level or age.
- The Executive Brain: Frontal Lobes and the Civilized Mind
The Executive Brain is the first book to explore in popular scientific terms one of the most important and rapidly evolving topics in contemporary neuropsychology, the most "human" and recently evolved region of the brain - the frontal lobes.
- The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice
The first yoga text to outline a step-by-step sequence for developing a complete practice according to viniyoga - yoga adapted to the needs of the individual. A contemporary classic by a world-renowned teacher.
- The Joy of Uncircumcising!
The definitive guide to nonsurgical foreskin restoration. Also includes information about the history of circumcision, effects of circumcision, penile anatomy, common myths, and more information than you ever thought possible about circumcision!
- The Physiology of Taste or Meditations on Transcendental Gastronomy
Originally published in 1825, The Physiology of Taste is the most famous book about food ever written. Brillat-Savarin set out to write about food and cookery, but his interests and enthusiasms ranged so widely over matters of the human spirit that they could hardly be contained.