Books of Interest

Having a steady flow of new material helps us grow and stay fresh in our spiritual practice. Feel free to respond and share anything you are reading as well.
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Fat, Broke & Lonely No More by Victoria Moran

F.B.L.N.MI love this book! I have seen this author in person twice and take her workshops which are filled with humor, truth and no nonsense information that will give courage and hope to anyone trying to break free from being and feeling stuck.

(From Amazon)… Do you ever obsess about whether to order dessert, buy those pricey sandals, or be totally honest on a third date?

If so, then you are already acquainted with the fear of being fat, broke & lonely. If only we could eat less, get paid better, and be more outgoing.

Only it’s not that simple. Our endless quest to be fit, flush, and partnered (no matter where we fall on the scale) inevitably makes us feel fat, broke & lonely. The symptoms are anxiety, shame, and fear, and the diagnosis is feeling miserable about ourselves. We have two choices: give up, convinced that this is just a lifelong, losing battle, or go toe-to-toe with our negative self-image and take back our lives.

Real-life anecdotes, practical strategies, and a touch of sass make this revolutionary five-step plan a must-read. First, Moran helps us discover the root of the symptoms. Then we learn how to break up with fat, broke & lonely for good. And finally, we learn how to hook up with the life of our dreams—and who doesn’t want that?

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Gett Off your “But” by Sean Stephenson
Get Off Your ButWhat a fabulous book. It teaches through real life experiences of how we can get off our “buts” and end the cycle of self sabbotage that keeps us stuck. It is funny and heart-warming..
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The Invitation by Oriah Mountian Dreamer

The.InvitationI learned about this book through a wonderful woman in Sacramento. She read the introduction, the author’s poem that inspired the book, in a workshop I was attending. I dare say that if you read the poem, you will want to dive into this book that that paves the way to intamacy, honesty and peace with ourselves.

The Nature of Things by Jeffrey R. Anderson
A dear soul just published a new book that I have found so genuine and timely. One can get lost and found in this journey of thought and intimate truth. Timeless!
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Kuan Yin – Accessing the Power of the Divine Feminine by Daniela Schenker
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“A beautiful and useful resource for connecting to Kuan Yin’s energy through art, story, and your own spiritual practice.”
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.Care of the Soul by Thomas Moore
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 I first picked up the book in 1997 during a time of transition in my life as I looked to see what is it that I desired, what I truly wanted to experience. Now, my heart is just calling me to read it and I am heeding that call for reasons unknown to me now. I’m sure I will discover the reason and share about it with you all.
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How to Change Your LIfe by Ernest Holmes
The truths are timeless and refreshing always. I gain something new each time I contemplate how our health benefits just by what we choose to think. “One of the first requisites of a happy and successful life, for instance, is good health. You cannot be healthy if you harbor enemies of wholeness: resentment, fear, self-centeredness and feelings of guilt… do not focus your attention on them; instead, emphasize their opposites, those characteristics which Jesus urged: Love, Faith, Unselfishness and Moral Rightness.” Pg. 54-55. Towards the back of the book there are prayers for different conditions. I have found them perfect for times when one forgets the Truth in moments of illness, tireness, fear or frustration. This book is a perfect read for anyone desiring to change their life by changing the way one thinks. Our thoughts and words are creative and we are in charge of them.
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2 thoughts on “Books of Interest

  1. I am currently reading Dr. Wayne Dyer’s book, “The Power of Intention”. The book is wonderfully written with theory, stories and directions for implementing his well supported ideas. His theories are backed up by quotes and examples from many folks from the New Thought movement.

    A great read for anyone wanting to deepen their journey!

    Sandy

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