THE AQUARIAN CONSPIRACY: Personal and Social Transformation in Our Time, by Marilyn Ferguson (Tarcher/Penguin), 512 pages, $16.95 – Called “an exciting vision of the future” (Cleveland Plain Dealer), “a handbook of the New Age (USA Today), and “a new charter of human possibility” (Norman Cousins) upon its initial publication in 1980, The Aquarian Conspiracy is a compelling, landmark document of the shift in the idea of “human potential” that took place from the 1960s through the ’80s – the changes in work, relationships, medicine, religion, education and more that comprised the birth of the New Age movement. An influence on thinkers from Deepak Chopra to Al Gore, The Aquarian Conspiracy is newly reset in a compact volume and remains an impeccable document of one of the most powerful cultural movements of our age.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CHAKRA HEALING: Activate the Transformative Power of Your Energy Centers, by Cyndi Dale (Llewelyn), 430 pages, $24.95 – When it was first published, Cyndi Dale’s New Chakra Healing established a new standard for healers, intuitives and energy workers worldwide. It expanded the seven-chakra system to 32, including twenty spiritual points serving as catalysts for dynamic change. Thoroughly revised and updated, The Complete Book of Chakra Healing offers substantial new health information that wasn’t available upon first publication. It promises to be the most comprehensive and helpful resource for working with the human energy system.
WILD ATTRACTION: A Ruthlessly Practical Guide to Extraordinary Relationship, by Paul and Patricia Richards (Chelsion Press), 338 pages, $16.95 – International lecturers Paul and Patricia Richards turn conventional wisdom on its head and explore a previously unacknowledged force that can make or break our relationships. As founders of the SentÃ© Center for Energetic Studies, they draw from their respective backgrounds in martial arts and medicine to address the effects of subtle energy on the process of intimacy and healthy relationships. They offer their most powerful proven insights, tools and exercises. Note: the authors will present a free, live teleseminar on this book at 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12. Sign up at www.wildattraction.net.
CODE TO AUTHENTIC LIVING: Cellular Wisdom, by Joan C. King (Word Keepers Inc.) 288 pages, $20 – Joan King reveals how fundamental truths for living an authentic, fulfilling life are coded in the elegantly complex dance of chemical and energetic interactions within and between our cells. After more than twenty years running a research lab at Tufts University, neuroscientist Joan C. King realized that what she had been studying under a microscope all those years had significance beyond human physiology. With more than thirty meditative and thought-provoking exercises, this book shows us how to interpret the truths that our bodies teach and how to apply them to our lives.
FREE TO LOVE, FREE TO HEAL: Heal Your Body by Healing Your Emotions, by David Simon, M.D. (Chopra Center Press), 193 pages, $22.95 – If you are struggling with an emotional or physical health challenge, Free to Love, Free to Heal offers a proven path to authentic healing. Renowned mind-body physician and Chopra Center co-founder David Simon, M.D., guides you through the five-step process that has helped thousands release their emotional pain, find freedom from the past, and reclaim their health and happiness.
RAISING INTUITIVE CHILDREN: Guide Your Children to Know and Trust Their Gifts, by Dr. Caron B. Goode and Tara Paterson (New Page Books), 238 pages, $15.99 – This guide helps parents understand an intuitive child’s world and teaches them how to validate, not suppress, these intuitive abilities. The stakes are high; if intuitive children get dismissed, they can lose their way, their joy and their spirit. Psychotherapist Caron Goode teams up with parenting expert and coach Tara Paterson to share explanations, stories and examples, many from Tara’s own family.
THE SHIFT (formerly titled Ambition to Meaning), starring Dr. Wayne Dyer (Hay House), two hours, $19.95 – In this compelling film, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer explores the spiritual journey from ambition to meaning. The powerful shift from the ego constructs that we’re taught early in life by parents and society are shown in contrast to a life of meaning, focused on serving and giving back. Through the intertwined stories of an overachieving businessman, a mother of two seeking her own expression in the world, and a director trying to make a name for himself, this entertaining film not only inspires, but also teaches us how to create a life of meaning and purpose.