reviewed by William
Rarely does a new biography demand immediate attention as does Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet. I have been known to start reading a biography in the middle, where the interesting life events occur. However, this biography captivated me from the introduction, where Kirkpatrick chronicles the young Edgar Cayce going to a relatives home to give a reading for a dying child. The stories of Edgar Cayces psychic ability are hard to forget at the hand of the author, a well-known investigative journalist, author, and Hollywood screenwriter.
THE FENG SHUI
reviewed by Anne Roda
When I first saw the title of this book, I was intrigued. I have read a variety of books on Feng Shui and attended workshops on the subject. Most deal with the wealth area to some degree, but a whole book on the subject of abundance seemed almost overwhelming. Once I started reading, however, I realized that Hilton is presenting the subject in a whole different manner. She is not simply writing about the space in your room or home; instead, she writes about how to open yourself energetically to the abundance of the universe. Moreover, she gives specific "action steps" to help you begin this process. Using the River of Gold as a metaphor, Hilton discusses how to float on the current of creative energy, which is how she defines money.
THE JOYS OF
reviewed by Madeline Weise
Do your days speed by one after another in a hazy blur of routine? Do weeks go by without anything to distinguish one day from another? Creating a few meaningful rituals for yourself can help to make the ordinary things you already do seem more special. With the intention of developing and maintaining a habit of mindfulness, making her daily activities more meaningful and memorable, Barbara Biziou has created rituals to mark the most mundane activities, like eating or brushing teeth.
AND ENERGY PIRATES
reviewed by Liz Bardon
In Black Holes and Energy Pirates, author Jesse Reeder has set out to help us understand human energy fields and, through that understanding, to activate our personal creative energy and align our lives with our true desires.
Reeder describes human energy fields as similar to electromagnetic energy, "a soft, invisible field flowing through and around us that attracts complementary patterns of human interaction just as a magnet attracts iron." She goes on to suggest that it is possible to attract consciously what we want in our lives rather than to create unconsciously that which blocks our energy.
Challenging the beliefs we were given is one of the many important things we can do for ourselves. This month's review has challenged my preconceived beliefs and exchanged them for unique learning experience.
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