The Remembering Process by Daniel Barrett and Joe Vitale

The Remembering ProcessThe Remembering Process: A Surprising (and Fun) Breakthrough New Way to Amazing Creativity by Daniel Barrett and Joe Vitale is an absolutely mind-blowing book. I enjoyed this book so much that I read it in one sitting. I could not put this book down.

This book introduces us to a process in which we remember what has happened to us in the future. By using this process we can become more confident, find healthy relationships, and attract wealth. According to the authors instead of the ‘Law of Attraction’ we are using the ‘Law of allowing’. We are allowing ourselves to remember what happened in the future thus bypassing our ego trying to tell us we can’t do something because we are telling our ego that it already happened.  I really enjoyed learning this very simple process and am excited to start using it in my life. The entire process is composed of six components that are easy and fun to use.

I enjoyed this book immensely and like how the authors showed examples of how they used it to write this book. Overall this book is mind-bending and will expand our view of time and space. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a fun way to get success in any area of their lives.

I acknowledge that I received this book from Hay House free of charge in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of the book.



Walking on the Wind by Michael Garrett

walkingonthewindWalking on the Wind: Cherokee Teachings for Harmony and Balance by Michael T. Garrett is a wonderful book that is full of wisdom. I really enjoyed this book and it resonated very deeply with me. In this book we are shown how to be a helper in the traditional way  by never taking more than we need, giving thanks for what we have and what we receive, using all of what we have, and giving away what we do not need. We are introduced to the sacredness of the four directions and what they represent.

This book gives us a lot of traditional wisdom to help us live in harmony with all things. We are shown the Rule of opposites and how it emphasizes the role of choice in our lives. We are shown how to stay in harmony with the circle and the four directions among other things. I especially enjoyed the exercises found within which help us create peace for ourselves and harmony in our lives.

I recommend this book to anyone who wants more harmony and balance in their lives. There is a lot of wisdom in this book. I especially enjoyed the prayer at the end in Tsalagi and also the prayer to the Four Directions in Tsalagi.

I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Bear & Company  Publishing in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of the book.



The Cherokee Full Circle by J.T. Garrett and Michael Garrett

wpid-images14.jpeg The Cherokee Full Circle: A Practical Guide to Ceremonies and Traditions by J.T. Garrett and Michael Tlanusta Garrett brings us on a journey into Native American spirituality.  This book is broken up into three separate parts. In part one called, “Traditional Ways” we are introduced to Native American values and some sacred ceremonies and traditions such as the naming ceremony and the traditional use of masks. In part two, “Wellness and the Healing-Way” we are told about the universal circle and how to stay in balance with the four directions. Part three entitled, “The Healing-Way Full Circle” introduces us to  a healing way and has exercises and techniques to help us have balance and harmony in our lives.

This book is a wonderful look at the values of the Tsalagi. I thought that the values were presented well and easy to read. I do wish that some of the ceremonies such as the Green Corn Ceremony and others were expounded  upon rather than mentioned once and then passed on to another subject.

Overall, this is a great book and I would recommend it to those wishing to learn about traditional values and concepts.

I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Inner Traditions Publishing in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of the book.


The Wizards Tarot by Corrine Kenner

wizardstarotThe Wizards Tarot by Corrine Kenner, published April 2014 by Llewellyn Worldwide, is an exquisitely beautiful tarot deck illustrated with digital artwork by John J. Blumen. This deck and accompanying eighty page booklet will take you on a journey into Mandrake Academy where you will learn from the instructors of the Major Arcana the lessons of magic. You will also learn the four elemental school from the minor Arcana. This tarot deck is based on the Rider-Waite system so it is easy to use.

In the eighty page booklet we are introduced to the cards and while reading about each card we are taught little lessons such as how amulets are worn for protection and typically made of stone while talismans are made from metal and worn for luck. Also, in the back we are given a three card spread called, “The Empress’s Garden Spread”.

I really enjoyed this deck and its’ instructors. I think that the idea is a good one. I do wish the accompanying booklet taught us a bit more but it is good to learn some very basic things. I think that the 242 page handbook included with the first version of this deck would be useful for this version as well and wish that it was included with the newer version. Overall, this is a wonderful tarot deck and would be a great addition to any practitioners collection with its beautiful artistry and ideas.

I acknowledge that I received a copy of this deck for free from Llewellyn Worldwide in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of it.



Angel Astrology 101 by Doreen Virtue and Yasmin Boland

angelastrology101 If you are interested in Angel’s, Astrology, or both then the Book Angel Astrology 101: Discover the Angels Connected with Your Birth Chart by Doreen Virtue and Yasmin Boland is a great brook for you to read. This book gives a brief introduction to the history of astrology and shows us how to find our natal or birth chart by typing in “free Natal Chart” on any major search engine.

We are also shown what the meaning of the signs we are given is. Our sun sign being our core self, moon being what we need and feel, Mercury is about how we express ourselves, Venus is how we love, Mars determines our conflict-resolution style, and our Ascendant or Rising sign is how we present ourselves to the world. We are then taken through each of the twelve zodiac signs and shown which angel goes with each sign and where it falls in our chart and its’ meaning to that specific placement.

I absolutely loved this book. The only thing I wish is that it had all the planets in the book so we could learn how the angels and signs effect those planets too. Overall, I thought this book was well written and informative. I would recommend it to those interested in astrology and angels. I love looking up information for myself and saying, “yeah, that makes sense” or “that’s true”. This book is one I will continue to go back to.

I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Hay House in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.



The Turning Point by Gregg Braden

 turningpointThe Turning Point: Creating Resilience in a Time of Extremes by Gregg Braden is a book which shows us how we got to our current situation in the world (failing economies, energy crisis, and climate change) and how we can use certain turning points in our lives and in the world to shift these things into resilience and transformation.

We are shown how to initiate turning points so that we can get away from the unwanted outcome we currently seem to be heading towards. We are shown that turning points can happen spontaneously or we can create them. We are shown how nature lives in cooperation and not in “the survival of the fittest” mentality that we have been taught. We are given ideas to help us adapt to the changing world and to be resilient during this time of transformation where we can either lead ourselves toward destruction or use the turning points in our lives to create change.

I thought this book was a good look at how we have come to be in our current situation and how we can adapt to transform our world. Overall, this book brings a message of hope. I would recommend this book to everyone so that we can all come together and create turning points in all our lives.

I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Hay House in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.




Medicine of the Cherokee by J.T. Garrett and Michael Garrett

medicineofthecherokeeMedicine of the Cherokee: The Way of Right Relationship by J.T. Garrett and Michael Garrett is a two part book. The first part by J.T. Garrett is entitled, “The Indian Medicine Story: A Cherokee Perspective” and has seven chapters which cover the Four Directions, the natural medicine path, the physical medicine path, the mental medicine path, the spiritual medicine path, and also tells us about our place in the Universal Circle. In the first part of this book we are given much wisdom from the Elders and shown how to honor the sacred directions and be one with Mother Earth.

Part two by Michael Garrett is entitled, ” To Walk In Beauty: The Way of Right Relationship” in which we are shown how to live in balance and beauty according to the Tsalagi (Cherokee). There are wonderful exercises in both parts to help us connect with nature and live in beauty.

I will be reading this book again and recommend it to all who want to live in harmony and balance and wish to walk the Good Medicine Path. I am so grateful to the Garrett’s for sharing their wisdom with us so that we can pass it on to future generations. I would recommend this book to everyone.

I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Inner Traditions Publishing in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of the book.



Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,230 other followers

%d bloggers like this: