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Book of the Month

Each month we select one book, product or divination deck that we reviewed as being exceptionally impressive or particulalry readworthy.

The following is a list of all of our Book of the Month choices.

  • Out of Your Mind by Alan Watts

    Out of Your Mind by Alan Watts

    In order to come to your senses, Alan Watts often said, you sometimes need to go out of your mind.

    Our Rating

    5/5

  • Spirit Conjuring for Witches by Frater Barrabbas

    Spirit Conjuring for Witches by Frater Barrabbas

    The art of magical evocation explained, explored and simplified.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month - May 2017

    5/5

  • Listening to Ayahuasca by Dr. Rachel Harris

    Listening to Ayahuasca by Dr. Rachel Harris

    Could Ayahuasca offer new hope to to those suffering from depression. addiction, PTSD, and anxiety?

    Our Rating - Book of the Month - April 2017

    5/5

  • Walking the Medicine Wheel: Healing Trauma and PTSD by David R Kopacz and Joseph Rael

    Walking the Medicine Wheel: Healing Trauma and PTSD by David R Kopacz

    Psychiatrist and holistic & integrative physician, David Kopacz, and Native American Visionary, Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow), offer a healing path for veterans suffering trauma and PTSD.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: March 2017

    5/5

  • Trance Dancing With the Jinn by Yasmin Hennish

    Trance Dancing With the Jinn by Yasmin Hennish

    Trance Dancing with the Jinn is ahands-on guide for connecting with the subtle energies and gaining secret knowledge of spirits and deities through physical movement.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: February 2017

    5/5

  • Spiritual Alchemy by Jenny Tyson

    Spiritual Alchemy by Jenny Tyson

    Transcend ordinary consciousness and undergo a personal, life-altering transformation through Jenny Tyson’s amazing journey of spirit communication and instruction.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: January 2017

    5/5

  • Start Right Where You Are by Sam Bennett

    Start Right Where You Are by Sam Bennett

    Sam Bennett has coached all sorts of people working in all sorts of creative endeavors, and in all situations she calls on her talents as a comedian, actor, and insightful person to guide them toward success.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: December 2016

    5/5

  • 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

  • The Toad of Dawn by Dr. Octavio Rettig Hinojosa

    The Toad of Dawn by Dr. Octavio Rettig Hinojosa

    Part autobiography, part introduction to entheogens and visionary substances, "The Toad of Dawn" gives an overview of the history, use, and the benefits of the toad medicine, and reveals how it can be used to initiate people on a spiritual path.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: October 2016

    4/5

  • Discover Your Authentic Self by Sherrie Dillard

    Discover Your Authentic Self by Sherrie Dillard

    Embrace your authentic self and let your soul’s light shine forth with guidance from 150 lessons meant to inspire, motivate, and teach. This empowering book helps you shed what is false and come to know, accept, and express your true self.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: August 2016

    5/5

  • The Five Roles of a Master Herder by Linda Kohanov

    The Five Roles of a Master Herder by Linda Kohanov

    In The Five Roles of a Master Herder, Linda Kohanov adapts her horse-inspired insights into useful tools for developing collaborative leadership and managing change.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: July 2016

    5/5

  • Whatever Arises, Love That by Matt Khan

    Whatever Arises, Love That by Matt Khan

    Whatever Arises, Love That offers a collection of powerful teachings by this highly regarded teacher, providing you with a series of deeply healing insights and practices to ignite the spark of your highest potential.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: June 2016

    5/5

  • Compassion is the Key to Everything by Alexandra Chauran

    Compassion is the Key to Everything by Alexandra Chauran

    Transform the way you interact with the world around you using by exemplifying your own idea of what it means to be a compassionate person.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: May 2016

    5/5

  • 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

  • Clearing Emotional Clutter by Donald Altman

    Clearing Emotional Clutter by Donald Altman

    You’ve likely heard about the psychological benefits of clearing out the clutter in your surroundings, but how do you handle your emotional clutter — the psychological version of the jam-packed closet or impenetrable garage?

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: March 2016

    4/5

  • Expectation Hangover by Christine Hassler

    Expectation Hangover by Christine Hassler

    Managing your expectations is not about lowering your standards. Master coach Christine Hassler explains how to pursue the right goals for the right reasons and also what to do when things don’t work out as expected.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: February 2016

    5/5

  • 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

  • Right Concentration by Leigh Brasington

    Right Concentration by Leigh Brasington

    One of the elements of the Eightfold Path the Buddha taught is Right Concentration: the one-pointedness of mind that, together with ethics, livelihood, meditation, and so forth, leads to the ultimate freedom from suffering. 

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: December 2015

    5/5

  • Wicca: Another Year and a Day by Timothy Roderick

    Wicca: Another Year and a Day by Timothy Roderick

    In his long-awaited follow-up to Wicca: A Year and a Day, Timothy Roderick presents daily methods to cultivate your spirituality and become an adept in the Old Ways.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: November 2015

    5/5

  • Sidewalk Oracles by Robert Moss

    Sidewalk Oracles by Robert Moss

    Through this book of games and enchanting stories, you’ll learn how to monitor the play of coincidence and the symbolic resonance of incidents in daily life in order to tap into the deeper logic of events, receive extraordinary counsel, and have wonderful fun.

    Our Rating - Book of the Month: October 2015

    5/5