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Sounds True was founded in 1985 by Tami Simon with a clear mission: to disseminate spiritual wisdom. Since starting out as a project with one woman and her tape recorder, we have grown into a multimedia publishing company with more than 80 employees, a library of more than 1500 titles featuring some of the leading teachers and visionaries of our time, and an ever-expanding family of customers from across the world. In more than three decades of growth, change, and evolution, Sounds True has maintained its focus on its overriding purpose, as summed up in our Vision Statement:

Publications Reviewed

How to be Ultra Spiritual by J P Sears

How to Be Ultra Spiritual by J P Sears

/ Book Review, Spirituality
Religion is the worst thing that ever happened to spirituality. Something, that at its heart is so noble and worthy, ...
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Out of Your Mind by Alan Watts

Out of Your Mind by Alan Watts

By the early 1960s author and philosopher Alan Watts was receiving recognition for his radio talks and for his landmark ...
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The Way of Rest by Jeff Foster

The Way of Rest by Jeff Foster

/ Book Review, Self-Help
The path towards awakening and self-realisation is harder, longer and more dangerous than many give it credit. One of the ...
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Good Night Yoga by Mariam Gates and Sarah Jane Hinder

Good Night Yoga by Mariam Gates and Sarah Jane Hinder

/ Book Review, Yoga
Good Night Yoga – a Pose-by-Pose Bedtime Story is a collaboration between Mariam Gates and Sarah Jane Hinder. Gates holds ...
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Whatever Arises, Love That by Matt Khan

Whatever Arises, Love That by Matt Khan

“A new spirituality has dawned, one that acknowledges your energetic sensitivity and unravels every burden by inspiring your deepest vulnerability ...
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To Be a Man by Robert Augustus Masters PhD

To Be a Man by Robert Augustus Masters PhD

/ Book Review, Psychology
Despite the softening in attitudes and growing acceptance by men of their feelings, the increased rights and freedoms of homosexuals ...
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Wise Mind Living by Erin Olivo PhD

Wise Mind Living by Erin Olivo PhD

/ Book Review, Self-Healing
Today, stress has become the single most common cause of serious illness. As a society, we find it easy to recognize ...
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Creativity on Demand by Michael J GelbCreativity on Demand by Michael J Gelb

Creativity on Demand by Michael J Gelb

Have you ever wondered what makes an artist such a uniquely-creative individual? If a work of art has ever deeply ...
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Polishing the Mirror by Ram Dass

Polishing the Mirror by Ram Dass

/ Book Review, Spirituality
Few spiritual seekers of the post-hippy generation will have failed to come across the classic text of its era, ‘Be ...
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The Tao of Intimacy and Ecstasy by Solala Towler

The Tao of Intimacy and Ecstasy by Solala Towler

Tao or Dao (meaning ‘way’ or ‘path’) is a Chinese metaphysical concept that originated with Laozi. Its popularity grew such that ...
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The Shaman Within by Claude Poncelet

The Shaman Within by Claude Poncelet

/ Book Review, Shamanism
Ever since the 16th Century scientific revolution which was heralded in by the likes of Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo, Bacon, Descartes ...
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Awaken the Inner Shaman by Jose Luis Stevens

Awaken the Inner Shaman by Jose Luis Stevens

/ Book Review, Shamanism
Many spiritual sources, from the great mystics through to today’s advocates of the Law of Attraction, speak of the existence ...
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Keeping the Faith Without a Religion by Roger Housden

Keeping the Faith Without a Religion by Roger Housden

/ Book Review, Spirituality
To whom do you turn when questions regarding life and its meaning force their way up from deep within yourself? ...
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