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  • Against the Pollution of the I by Jacques Lusseyran

    Against the Pollution of the I by Jacques Lusseyran

    Imagine being not only blinded as a child but surviving the Nazis Buchenwald concentration camp. Lusseyran writes of how blindness enabled him to discover aspects of the world he would not otherwise have known.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: April 2016

    5/5

  • Don't Be a Jerk by Brad Warner

    Don't Be a Jerk by Brad Warner

    The Shobogenzo is a revered but seldom-read 800-year-old Zen Buddhism classic. Great books often meet such fates but Brad Warner, a Zen priest who is a tad contrary by nature, has long been drawn to this writing.

    Our Rating

    4/5

  • Expect the Extraordinary by Sue Pighini

    Expect the Extraordinary by Sue Pighini

    Expect the Extraordinary: Angelic Messages, Spiritual Encounters and the Soul of Skye enters a world of extraordinary transformation when three people undergo near death experiences

    Our Rating

    4/5

  • Hardcore Zen by Brad Warner

    Hardcore Zen by Brad Warner

    This is not your typical ''Zen'' book. Brad Warner, the young punk who grew up to be a Zen master, spares no one - just like Reality itself. This bold new approach to the Why of Zen Buddhism is as strongly grounded in the tradition of Zen as it is utterly revolutionary

    Our Rating

    4/5

  • Homemade Magick by Lon Milo DuQuette

    Homemade Magick by Lon Milo DuQuette

    Sharing the lessons he’s learned from over forty years as a magician, Lon Milo DuQuette reveals his unique point of view about magick―its ups and downs, ins and outs, and how his family and home are the foundation of his practice.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: October 2014

    5/5

  • Inside the Miracle by Mark Nepo

    Inside the Miracle by Mark Nepo

    Many are familiar with teacher and poet Mark Nepo's books on inner transformation, relationship, and the emergence of purpose in our lives. But less well-known is the journey that shaped his vision as a teacher that began in 1987 when he was diagnosed with cancer.

    Our Rating

    3/5

  • Justin Time: Autobiographical Stories from an American Spiritual Master by J Jaye Gold

    Justin Time: Autobiographical Stories from an American Spiritual Master by J Jaye Gold

    With humor and perspective, J. Jaye Gold recounts stories from his life that underlie his metamorphosis from ordinary American kid to enlightened spiritual master.

    Our Rating

    4/5

  • Life Could Be Verse by Kirk Douglas

    Life Could Be Verse by Kirk Douglas

    From uncomplicated poems written for his beloved wife, Ann, of 60 years, to poems written for his four boys when they were still small, Douglas' words are comical, sentimental, romantic, and sometimes painful.

    Our Rating

    5/5

  • New Slow City by William Powers

    New Slow City by William Powers

    Discovering a colorful cast of New Yorkers attempting to resist the culture of Total Work, Powers offers an inspiring exploration for anyone trying to make urban life more people- and planet-friendly.

    Our Rating

    2/5

  • Sacred Commerce by Matthew and Terces Engelhart

    Sacred Commerce by Matthew and Terces Engelhart

    Authors Matthew and Terces Engelhart present the idea that love before appearances is the antidote to our spiritual, environmental, and social degradation.

    Our Rating

    4/5

  • Saving the White Lions by Linda Tucker

    Saving the White Lions by Linda Tucker

    Linda Tucker describes her perilous struggle to protect the sacred white lion from the merciless and mafia-like trophy-hunting industry, armed only with her indomitable spirit and total devotion.

    Our Rating

    4/5

  • The Boy Who Died and Came Back by Robert Moss

    The Boy Who Died and Came Back by Robert Moss

    Exercises, experiments, guided meditations, and shamanic dreamwork suggestions will help readers explore their own inner and outer lives, their past and future.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: May 2014

    4/5

  • The Goddess and the Shaman by J A Kent PhD

    The Goddess and the Shaman by J A Kent PhD

    Explore the resurgence of magical and shamanic healing in the world today.

    Our Rating

    5/5

  • The Great Spring by Natalie Goldberg

    The Great Spring by Natalie Goldberg

    Natalie Goldberg shares the moments that have sprung from her own life of writing, teaching, and Zen practice--moments of searching, wandering, zigzagging, losing, and leaping where she has found herself and her voice.

    Our Rating

    2/5

  • The Wildwood Way by Cliff Seruntine

    The Wildwood Way by Cliff Seruntine

    Author Cliff Seruntine and his family have lived their lives in the wilderness―homesteading, hunting, gathering, and treading lightly on the land while honoring its spirits.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: January 2016

    5/5

  • The Wizard and the Witch by Oberon and Morning Glory Zell - Ravenheart

    The Wizard and the Witch by Oberon and Morning Glory Zell - Ravenheart

    Reclaiming Pagan as a spiritual identity—and living in an open marriage for over four decades—Oberon and Morning Glory Zell truly embody the freedom to think, to love, and to live.

    Our Rating

    5/5

  • Where the Light Lives by Linda Cull

    Where the Light Lives by Linda Cull

    Where The Light Lives is the inspirational memoir of Linda Cull, a young woman from a traditional Southern European culture which was traumatised and fragmented by the Second World War and civil conflicts, and the story of her spiritual awakening journey.

    Our Rating

    4/5

  • Whispers From the Wild by Amelia Kinkade

    Whispers From the Wild by Amelia Kinkade

    One of the world’s most renowned animal communicators, Amelia Kinkade has brought thousands into closer contact with their beloved dogs, cats, birds, and horses. Now she shares the wonders of her recent work communicating with wild, and in some cases endangered, animals.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: November 2016

    5/5

  • Who Killed Mister Moonlight? by David J Haskins

    Who Killed Mister Moonlight? by David J Haskins

    Beginning with the creation of Bauhaus's seminal debut hit 'Bela Lugosi's Dead', David J. Haskins offers a no-holds-barred account of his band's rapid rise to fame and glory in the late 70s, their sudden dissolution in the 80s, and their subsequent--and often strained--reunions.

    Our Rating

    4/5