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  • Crystal Prescriptions volume 6
    Judy Hall
    This is an excellent book. The information in this book will help you with grounding, clearing and doing extensive work on Karmic clearing, soul integration and healing the family tree. The book explains how we are hampered by ancestral memories and beliefs that are not necessarily ours. They are carried in our junk DNA and we have to work with them until they are cleared. Crystal Prescription Volume 6 introduces crystal that can help with the healing of both the personal Karmic and the collective Karmic past. With the assistance of various crystals, you are shown how to use them to unblock and correct karmic issues both personal and ancestral.
    Crystal EFT may be used to clear both your own Karmic and internal issue and those of ancestors. Use of a Brandenberg or other Quartz point dramatically increases the transformation process as the crystal are able to absorb and transmute the energy released during tapping.
    This book is filled with information that shows you how to use the crystal to transform your life, health, past life issue and ancestral issue that are affecting your current life. It also teaches you how to project the healing forward to help future generations.
    This is an amazing book, if healing and crystals get your attention then this book is your A-Z guide. ~ Dyanna Wyndesong (, Ravenhawk's Magazine

  • Crystal Prescriptions volume 6
    Judy Hall
    This book, which was gratefully received from Netgalley, is typical of the work of Judy Hall, just when you think she's told you everything you could possibly learn about crystals and their uses, up comes another. This, as her others, is a very good tool for those with an interest in the many properties of a large number of crystals and one that works well as a reference book to be delved into time and time again. ~ Anne Rogers, NetGalley, GoodReads, Amazon

  • Crystal Prescriptions volume 6
    Judy Hall
    As a practitioner of crystals I love new books with ideas in which to help my customers. And this book doesn't disappoint. Lots of new ideas, crystal remedies to help in every day life, highly recommended
    ~ Kirsty White, NetGalley

  • Find and Follow Your Inner Compass
    Barbara Berger
    A wonderful guide for anyone that is seeking more joy in life . This is a helpful well developed guide to identifying joy in your life and stepping away from digital pressures of our age. I found this book very inspiring and helpful.

    ~ Lori Reed, NetGalley

  • Crystal Prescriptions volume 6
    Judy Hall
    A excellent well written book providing everything you need to know about Crystals For Ancestral Clearing, Soul Retrieval, Spirit Release And Karmic Healing. From screening, protecting your space and keeping your crystals in top condition, to karmic themes in the chakras and a Directory of how to choose the right stones , The author has provided instructions and easy to follow guides for each step in your clearing. This book I can highly recommend for anyone considering soul clearing and healing.

    ~ Lori Reed, NetGalley

  • Healing with Information
    Maria Sagi
    On the pages of this book the reader will find a vast range of new and prima facie surprising diagnostic and therapeutic methods. This writer can testify to their effectiveness. He had the good fortunate of being treated by Dr. Sagi for the past twenty years with results that leave no doubt about the treatment’s efficacy. Moreover he had the opportunity to witness controlled experiments regarding the physiological correlates of applying this method. The experiments demonstrated among other things that the patterns of EEG that appear in the brain of the healer are reproduced in the brain of the patient within two or three seconds—and that this effect obtains even in the absence of sensory or physical contact between healer and the healee.
    This book is fundamental, almost encyclopedic reference for anyone who is seriously interested in new developments in the art and science of healing. ~ Ervin Laszlo

  • 365 Blessings to Heal Myself and the World
    Pierre Pradervand
    Blessing is an art and practice desperately needed in our time. Pierre Pradervand’s exploration of blessing—personal, interpersonal, and transpersonal—is a cooling balm for an age bleeding from hot bombs. If you dare to live this book you will be changed on the first and perhaps transformed by the last day. ~ Rabbi Rami Shapiro, author of Perennial Wisdom for the Spiritually Independent and The World Wisdom Bible.

  • Meditations on Self-Discipline and Failure
    William Ferraiolo
    Disclaimer: I was a given a review copy of Meditations in exchange for a honest review. I have been an avid follower of Stoicism for quite some time and have taken great delight in reading classics like the original Meditations by Marcus Aurelius, Enchiridion, and Moral Letters to Lucilius by Seneca. Meditations on Self-Discipline and Failure draws inspiration from the original Meditations and within it's pages, we are given the rare opportunity to see William's internal dialogue. William hits on several of key Stoic concepts throughout his book such as focusing on the things you can control in Book 8.4, and not minding too much what happens to others. He writes, "Offer your counsel when it is appropriate to do so. Offer your protection insofar as you are able. Keep your eyes, ears, and mind open to anything that might threaten their safety. Do not, however, insist that all must go well for them at all times." We also get a glimpse of a man who judges himself to have fallen short of his own values as echoed in Book 9.9. In this section , William acknowledges the number of times that he has been looked upon unfavorably. He writes, "You have met with disapproval more times than you can count. On each such occasion, you should consider whether the condemnation is warranted. If so, learn from it and make the requisite alterations to your behavior." In spite of his own recognized shortcomings, we see a man that is determined to live virtuously, no matter what circumstances life may throw at him. We can draw a direct parallel to Marcus Aurelius' Meditations where we see time and again his willing acceptance of whatever Nature bestows upon him. While knowledge of Stoicism may be helpful, it is by no means required. I will end by saying that this book is not for the faint of heart. It's designed to "wake you up", and get you to focus on what really matters. In the last few sentences of the introduction, William gives us a few questions to ponder as well as some timeless insights to assist you on life's journey. "What do you, and you alone, control? What kind of person do you want to be? Get started becoming what you want to be. You never know how much time is left. Turn your attention inside. The truth is there. You just have to be willing to look for it. Good luck." (less) On Goodreads ~ James Writtenhouse, Goodreads

  • Meditations on Self-Discipline and Failure
    William Ferraiolo
    In writing this book Dr. Ferraiolo has clearly walked the hard road of Epictetus and his philosophical descendant Marcus Aurelius. Like Marcus, Dr. Ferraiolo wrote his Meditations for himself primarily. But where Marcus was writing only “ta eis heauton” (to himself), Dr. Ferraiolo has deliberately chosen to share these Stoic exercises with the rest of us. What you get is in the tradition of Marcus’ Meditations, if Marcus were being coached directly by Epictetus, in the gym with him, urging him to crank out another rep. This is a book that promises upfront to challenge its readers by confronting and provoking them: “Do not be frightened by the unpleasantness, and try not to take the criticism personally.” (Introduction). Iron weighs what it weighs. The only way to make the iron feel light is to lift it, over and over. Meditations consists of 30 “books”, each comprised of 10 meditations. In this sense, a “meditation” is a one paragraph exploration of a theme or area of focus. Think of it as a specific type of exercise: this is a deadlift, that is a back squat; these are ring dips, that is a power clean. Book I focuses directly on what the Stoics call “the dichotomy of control”: what is up to us; what we can actually control in our lives. We start with our own “attitudes, values, and efforts directed at mental discipline”, and then widen outward to our family, friends, acquaintances, society at large… Book II continues in this vein, but rather than talking about control directly, focuses our attention on how we react to not only the world around us, but also our own internal representation of the world and demonstrates that all of these mental wounds are self-inflicted. This is bog standard Stoicism, but presented in modern, uncompromising language that is as simple and effective as a squat rack, a straight bar and plenty of iron plates. Everything you need to get mentally strong is here, you just need to get under the bar and move the weights. Subsequent books circle through Stoic concepts, frequently reiterating and elaborating on ideas we’ve already encountered. Like a properly designed weight routine the “same but different” approach imposes greater demands on us and allows us to get stronger by rising to the challenge. On the one hand, you don’t need to come to Ferraiolo’s Meditations with any understanding of Roman Stoicism. On the other hand, if you do know your Epictetus and Marcus, and if you’re truly paying attention, you will realize that reading this book and doing each exercise with focus and attention requires a Stoic approach. Are you upset or “offended” by something Dr. Ferraiolo has written? Does it hit too close to home, or disagree with your opinions? Does it slaughter one of your sacred cows, or maybe just make fun of you for curling in the squat rack? What causes this upset? The very act of reading Meditations on Self-Discipline and Failure will demand that you pay attention to and identify where the source of those reactions really lies. This book is a well planned, gym-tested, properly periodized approach to developing the only strength that really matters. It’s right there in your path. Pick it up. Get stronger. ~ Chris Tygesen, Goodreads

  • Happiness: Make Your Soul Smile
    Katie Oman
    This truly inspiring, thought-provoking and well-written book as an absolute must for everyone from self-help fans, to every day women and men of all ages who are seeking to feel more happy, fulfilled and hopeful. Guaranteed to have you gripped, and laughing out loud from the first page, it features fun, practical and extremely effective techniques you can easily incorporate into your daily life no matter how busy, tired or stressed you are. Katie's down to earth, touchingly honest and witty writing style makes you feel like you're listening to a really close friend. I'd highly recommend it to everyone, and can't wait to read more from her. ~ Golnaz Alibagi, author

  • Awakening Child
    Heather Grace MacKenzie
    The Awakening Child is a great book for parents who want to raise their child more spiritually and awakened. I enjoyed this book and think it should be read by every spiritual seeker with children. ~ Rose Pettit , NetGalley

  • Crystal Prescriptions volume 6
    Judy Hall
    The perfect book to read on the cusp of a solar eclipse. This book of prescriptions gives the reader an excellent alternative to Western medicine with that being a holistic soul cleansing. Starting off with an introduction section to give the reader an extensive background into chakras, auras and some common mental illnesses, as well as some useful ways to find a person's particular prescription, she then delves further into the universe of karma and the soul and ends with a reminder on ancestral healing. The way each part compounds onto the other mimics the ascension we, as energy beings attempt to reach. We start as soul's with karmic debt and lessons, and once we have overcome those we transcend to become ancestors. The very end of the book gives an exhaustive list of the various crystals and how they can be used for healing purposes. For those new or old to the practice, or want to know more about it, I would definitely recommend this book.
    ~ Bianca Tenney, GoodReads/NetGal

  • Find and Follow Your Inner Compass
    Barbara Berger
    Wow, I really needed to hear this message at this time! I so appreciated the conversational style of this book. Barbara Berger doesnt lecture, she facilitates. The premise of the book is so relateable. We ARE constantly bombarded by opinion, good and bad, by advice, well-meaning or not. Social media has only increased the pressure upon us to know our true selves and to make choices that align with our character and goals. I appreciated the tone of the book, and I will be gifting a few people with copies, as I think it will resonate with them, as well. I think it would make an excellent book discussion selection as I find myself bringing it up in conversation quite often. ~ Janet Kinsella, Amazon

  • 7 Myths about Love...Actually! The
    Mike George
    This book is a beautiful reminder that we are love and how to break the walls we have out you to reclaim our true identity. Broken into several parts each part is a component to the next. This book should be read slowly so as to take in everything it has to remind us of. I loved this beautiful reminder. ~ Rose Pettit, NetGalley

  • Reiki Insights
    Frans Stiene
    Reiki Insights is a beautiful book, filled with lots of wisdom for those of us walking the path of Reiki. Beginning with the foundation of the Reiki Precepts, and covering other important topics such as Reiki tools of practice and the nature of healing, I love that this book comes full circle by bringing it all back to Reiki as a way of being love and compassion. This book cuts to the heart of what Reiki is and will inspire you to live and breathe healing into the world. ~ Kathleen Prasad, founder of Animal Reiki Source and president of the Shelter Animal Reiki Association (SARA)

  • Find and Follow Your Inner Compass
    Barbara Berger
    5 Stars
    Wow, I really needed to hear this message at this time! I so appreciated the conversational style of this book. Barbara Berger doesn't lecture, she facilitates. The premise of the book is so relate-able. We ARE constantly bombarded by opinion, good and bad, by advice, well-meaning or not. Social media has only increased the pressure upon us to know our true selves and to make choices that align with our character and goals. I appreciated the tone of the book, and I will be gifting a few people with copies, as I think it will resonate with them, as well. I think it would make an excellent book discussion selection as I find myself bringing it up in conversation quite often.

    ~ Janeton, Amazon

  • Human Experience is the Dance of Heaven and Earth, The
    Dhyana Stanley
    “The Human Experience” is a fine tuned dance, as Dhyana has aptly named her book. She offers a way to “sense into …” whatever is arising in life’s experience and through this practice effortlessly uncover our Natural State of Being. She has captured and shared something very significant for any aspirant at any stage of awakening. ~ - Elizabeth (MacDonald) Young, Co-Founder and Former Director of AHAM Meditation Retreat and Spiritual Training Center., Reader

  • Human Experience is the Dance of Heaven and Earth, The
    Dhyana Stanley
    This book provides a different perspective on how we, as humans, can live our truth more easily. The concept that we already are everything we are trying to be has been written about many times however, I've never really had anyone nail it in such a way as Dhyana Stanley has in this book. She presents from the perspective of lack. Humans live in a state of lack, we don't even know it MOST of the time. Seeing the lack all the way through was not familiar to me. The AHA moment I experienced however, well, that drove it home and I GOT IT! I had no idea I was living in lack so much. It was so mind blowing - and a bit annoying. After I got over my annoyance with myself, I saw things in a different way and noticed that shifts were happening quickly. I would encourage readers to complete the book, then read it again, practice what you 'get'. It's well worth it. I laughed at times because, I saw myself in some instances and if you can't laugh at yourself, well . . . Then, there were times I thought, wow, that's so obvious, why didn't I see this in this way before? There were a few places I asked, what does this mean? Then an example that clearly spoke to the meaning was presented and it made complete and perfect sense to me. Truly a treasure that I believe would resonate with anyone seeking to be the person they already - this will point out the you you're looking for, in a big way. I highly recommend this book. ~ T Love, Energy Awareness Radio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/energyawareness

  • Reiki Insights
    Frans Stiene
    Most of us have only a superficial understanding of the system of Reiki. In this extraordinary work (Reiki Insights), Frans Stiene, one of the godfathers of Reiki in the West, reveals the system of Reiki to be not only a method of healing, but nothing less than a pathway to enlightenment. If you have ever wanted to explore the deeper meaning of the system of Reiki, this illuminating treasure is for you! ~ David Michie author of The Dalai Lama's Cat Series

  • Reiki Insights
    Frans Stiene
    Frans Stiene has been my spiritual hero since I met him at his Reiki class in New York. At that time and level of my experience I felt grateful and transformed by his knowledge, purity, compassion and simplicity. It was, for me, a beginning. I read his books, followed his blog and looked forward to his yearly trip to New York. He changed my life.

    His new book "Reiki Insights" takes me beyond my transformation…it speaks to our true journey, our true home, our true place in this amazing world. Frans shows us that the path to the horizon is clear, cloudless and doable. There is only truth and kindness. Frans has come to this conclusion by investigation and living deeply in the tradition, but he keeps it simple by staying with the intention Mikao Usui knew was the true way. This book is a blessing for me and a light that I can share. ~ Betty Leigh, actress, House of Cards

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