A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough, by Wayne Muller (Harmony Books), $25, 256 pages, www.waynemuller.com
Noted spiritual mentor, philanthropist and author Wayne Muller tackles questions facing many people today: How do I know what my authentic sense of sufficiency? Am I following the path of my deepest happiness?
The Bartholomew Effect: Awakening to Oneness, by Larry Vorwerk (Two Harbors Press), $16.95, 295 pages, www.awakeningtooneness.com
Author Larry Vorwerk, an ordinary man, takes us through 30 years of spiritual discovery, transformation, acceptance and joy – an extraordinary journey into Oneness. “The ascension process that earth and the inhabitants are going through is in preparation for greater realities and creations in the times ahead. It is not the end; it is the beginning.”
Beyond Limitations: The Power of Conscious Co-Creation, by Stuart Wilson & Joanna Prentis (Ozark Mountain Publishing), $14, 162 pages, www.foundationforcrystalchildren.com
An angelic source called Alariel opens up a new way of exploring the mystery of who we are. It offers a new understanding of life and provides a complete answer to the question, “How do we create our own reality?”
The Divine Name: The Sound That Can Change the World, by Jonathan Goldman (Hay House), $17.95, 218 pages, with CD, www.healingsounds.com
Nearly 15 years ago, sound healing pioneer Jonathan Goldman made a monumental discovery so powerful he contemplated whether he could share it with the world. He does so here, revealing the secret sound of God.
Faith and Will: Weathering the Storms in Our Spiritual Lives, by Julia Cameron (Tarcher Penguin), $14.95, 225 pages, www.theartistsway.com
A soulful meditation from the author of the international bestseller The Artist’s Way, Faith and Will explores some of the most essential questions that seekers encounter on their search for spiritual fulfillment. In Julia Cameron’s most intimate work to date, she explains how she suddenly realized she was in the throes of mid-life, “caught off guard by life and by feelings of emptiness.” Cameron reveals what took her a lifetime to appreciate: having faith means trusting God with all aspects of our lives.
I AM THE WORD: A Guide to the Consciousness of Man’s Self in a Transitioning Time, by Paul Selig (Tarcher Penguin), $15.95, 352 pages, www.guidedreadings.com
A channeled text, this June 24th release is a broadening of the wisdom that has come forth through New York City based clairvoyant Paul Selig during the past decade. This is an enlightening program for self-realization that help you reach your full potential.
Jesus: The Explosive Story of the 30 Lost Years and the Ancient Mystery Religions, by Tricia McCannon (Hampton Roads) $22.95, 448 pages, redwheelweiser.com
Here is startling new evidence culled from rare Vatican texts, theosophical classics, legends and hermetic symbolism that chronicle Jesus’ missing years, in sequence from boyhood until his ministry begins, and connects him with the ancient teachings of the past.
Jung the Mystic: The Esoteric Dimensions of Carl Jung’s Life and Teachings, by Gary Lachman (Tarcher Penguin), $24.95, 272 pages, www.penguin.ca
Last year’s release of the compelling Red Book, an epic compilation of Carl Jung’s writing and artwork sparked a surge of interest in the legendary psychiatrist’s esoteric beliefs. This accessible new biography is an examination of Jung’s life and work from the viewpoint of the Western esoteric tradition.
Laughter, Tears, Silence: Expressive Meditations to Calm Your Mind and Open Your Heart, by Pragito Dove (New World Library), $14.95, 192 pages, www.pragito.com
Author and meditation expert Pragito Dove presents a revolutionary approach to meditation using expressive techniques, such as laughter, crying and, yes, silence. Using the principles she teaches, the author transformed her fear and grief into joy and inner peace. Her accessible, innovative methods allow you to reap the benefits of meditation in thirty seconds, four minutes, or twenty-four hours.
The Mindfulness Code, by Donald Altman (New World Library), $14.95, 284 pages, www.mindfulpractices.com
Psychotherapist and author Donald Altman combines brain science and mindfulness practices to offer an antidote for all those who, despite the productivity, convenience and sophisticated tools they possess, sense that their lives are either empty or out of balance. The Mindfulness Code, the author writes, can give you real, practical strategies to turn things around.
Pleiadian Initiations of Light: A Guide to Energetically Awaken You to the Pleiadian Prophecies for Healing and Resurrection, by Christine Day (New Page Books), $21.99 192 pages, with two audio CDs corresponding to exercises and meditations with each chapter, www.frequenciesofbrilliance.com
Spiritual teacher and channeler Christine Day offers her renowned healing energy work, enabling you to birth a new self, free of fear and pain, no matter where you are on life’s path. Through these steps and initiations, you will be empowered to access personal answers and make positive, healing changes in your life. “You have all had a story. You have all had painful experiences to live out,and one person has not had more than another. Different experiences, yes, but not more. This is the time for you let go of your story….”
The Remedy: The Five-Week Power Plan to Detox Your System Combat the Fat and Rebuild Your Mind and Body, by Supa Nova Slom (Wellness Central), $14.99, 206 pages, www.theremedybook.com
Known as hip-hop’s medicine man, Sua Nova Slom has helped the biggest names in the music industry get healthy. He is an activist committed to inspiring wellness. In this book, he shares his “Chlorophyllian Cleanse,” which revitalizes as it cleanses, and restores balance by flushing and feeding your body.
Self Empowerment through Self Hypnosis: Harnessing the Enormous Potential of the Mind, by Carl Llewellyn Weschcke and Joe H. Slate, Ph.D. (Llewellyn), $15.95, 241 pages, www.llewellyn.com
A new book by the “Father of the New Age,” Carl Llewellyn Weschcke – with psychologist and emeritus professor Dr. Joe H. Slate – assistsyou in realizing your full potential by tapping into the unlimited power of your subconscious mind.
Tao I: The Way of All Life, by Dr. & Master Zhi Gang Sha (Atria Books), $29.99, 468 pages, with integral CD attached, www.drsha.com
In the sixth book of the Soul Power Series,bestselling author Master Zhi Gang Sha shares the essence of ancient teachings of Tao and reveals a new Tao text for the 21st century that he received directly from the Divine. These new divine teachings reveal how Tao exists in every aspect of life, from waking to sleeping to eating and more.
The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart: An Emotional and Spiritual Handbook, by Daphne Rose Kingma (New World Library), $14.95, 240 pages, www.daphnekingma.com
Bestselling author and six-time Oprah Winfrey guest Daphne Rose Kingma gives readers the tools they need to face and learn from whatever devastating life crises they are navigating.
The World is a Safe Place, by Jim White (TWIASP Press), $33.01, 79 pages, www.theworldisasafeplace.com
The World is a Safe Place, the first in a trilogy of books by author and entrepreneur Jim White, is a personal journey of self-discovery and triumph of the human spirit. This stylish and inspirational book is filled with beautiful images and earth-shaking examples of great healing and personal and professional transformation. “Being alive is about being aware of yourself and demonstrating each moment what you choose to be!”
Yoga for Every Room in Your House, by Jinjer Stanton (Great Bear Press), $14.95, 160 pages, www.jinjerstanton.com
Here is a highly practical book that provides you step-by-step instructions on how to do yoga – where you live. Hatha yoga poses and other practices that embody the eternal principles of yoga are offered for every room in your house. Consider the “Legs Up the Wall” pose in the bedroom: you lie down on the bed and extend both legs flat against the wall. Very restorative for the end of the day.
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