book review

Rewrite Your Life: Discover Your Truth Through the Healing Power of Fiction

It was her husband’s suicide that caused Jessica Lourey to recognize that a standard
fiction writer’s tool is also a powerful transformative healing modality.
Transforming traumatic fact to fiction grants the writer perspective and an opportunity
to view events with more objectivity so that they can distill the therapeutic benefits
by reviewing the situation as a third person. In two perfectly-honed pages in the
Introduction which describe the immediate aftermath of her husband’s death, she

Intuition on Demand: A Step-by-Step Guide to Powerful Intuition You Can Trust

Intuition on Demand

All things "psychic" are in increasing demand. More and more people are interested in intuitive abilities, and many of them are beginning to understand they already have those abilities within themselves. This expanding audience has started to spawn books that demystify innate right-brain, creative, intuitive functions. Lisa K has made a valuable contribution to that literature with this well-organized, clearly written, and thorough book. She writes from years of experience working with a large and diverse group of people.

Sacred Signs & Symbols: Awaken to the Messages & Synchronicities That Surround You

Sacred Signs & Symbols

Dillard has been aware of spirit beings most of her life. She learned early on to recognize the signs they send her and began seeking an understanding of the messages being communicated. Eventually, after studying many extant divination tools, she realized she was supposed to create a Living Oracle, and that is what she shares with readers in this book.

The Story You Need to Tell: Writing to Heal from Trauma, Illness, or Loss

The Story You Need to Tell

"If you have a story that has sucked the air out of you and made you feel as if you're going under, this book was written for you."

Animal Lessons: Discovering Your Spiritual Connection with Animals

Animal Lessons

Pets as therapists? Sounds a little over the top to you? This author not only makes a very strong case for just that but also offers readers an antidote for an increasingly angry and negative world-environment.

Most of your customers will pick up this book hoping to learn how to communicate with their pets, perhaps to get them to alter their behavior. What MacKinnon is espousing is learning to let our pets know what we need so they can help us alter our behavior.

Baby on Board: How Animals Carry Their Young

Baby on Board

This latest, outstanding release from Dawn Publications engages young readers by showing them the ways they might have been carried by their parents as infants and toddlers. It then asks them to think about how animals, who can’t buy baby carriers or strollers, might carry their young. The loving, animated illustrations make the book a winner, and a lot of information is communicated along the way. This learning-based publisher has once again met its own standards with a combination of science and art.

Let’s Find Momo! A Hide-and-Seek Board Book

Let’s Find Momo!

Andrew Knapp’s quizzical little border collie, with his penchant for hide-and-seek, returns! This time he’s helping young children explore backyards, libraries, kitchens, farms, and more as he waits for them to discover him on each page. Additional objects are highlighted for the children to find, increasing their vocabulary as they thoroughly scour each spread for its secrets.

The Zen of You and Me: A Guide to Getting Along with Just About Anyone

The Zen of You and Me

This is a book about differences. Hamilton’s supportive, confident voice guides readers through the pages, building trust and asking us to open ourselves to the possibilities that differences bring into our lives.

Your Power to Heal: Resolving Psychological Barriers to Your Physical Health

Your Power to Heal

Author Henry Grayson empowers readers to take charge of their own health and well-being in his latest book. Grayson’s venture is part of the current trend of books about healing that still includes affirmations to reduce negativity, but now integrate other modalities beyond breath work, such as tapping, muscle testing, and various methods to “clear” difficult and conditioned internal patterns.

Mindful Money

Mindful Money

We live in a world of illusions, especially when it comes to money. Buddhist practice asks us to “wipe the dust from the mirror.” Modern Western versions of that practice are commonly referred to as “mindfulness practice.” The highly sophisticated, psycho-spiritual principles at the foundation of those practices remain the same, and have increasing value in a world overrun with material concerns.

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