Adventures of the Soul by James Van Praagh

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Adventures of The Soul: Journeys Through the Physical and Spiritual Dimensions by James Van Praagh is a book that opens your mind and feeds your soul. We are shown what happens to our souls between worlds as well as why our souls are here and what lessons we are here to learn in this physical dimension. We are also shown the different levels in the spiritual realm and how they are really one at the same time.

This book is broken up into three sections. Section one, “Part I: What is the Soul?” teaches us about the soul and spirit. Part one also teaches us about energy and the power of thought. “Part II: The Soul’s Home”, teaches us about the spirit world and reincarnation. My favorite part of the book was ” Part III: How the Soul Lives in the Physical” where we are taught about our soul’s lessons and how to live a soul-filled life.

Overall, I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to everyone who wants to know what happens to their soul and also how to live life according to their soul and learn their own personal lessons.

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

The Pleiadian House of Initiation by Mary Beben

imageThe Pleiadian House of Initiation: A Journey through the Rooms of the Wisdomkeepers  by Mary T. Beben is a wonderfully written metaphor that gives us an understanding of our inner selves and also the wisdom of the Pleiades.

There is much wisdom to be found within the pages of this book. As we are taken through the different levels we are taught about different wisdom’s and how to ascend to higher consciousness. On our journey we meet many Wisdomkeepers from the White Buffalo Woman of some Native Tribes to Mother Mary. The wisdom we are passed is inserted nicely into the journey that we take throughout this book.

Overall, I found this book to be a good read that will impart new wisdom upon each reading of it. I would recommend this book to those interested in the wisdom of the Pleiades and the wisdom found within themselves.

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

The Power of No by James Altucher & Claudia Altucher

imageThe Power of No: Because one Little Word can bring Health, Abundance, and Happiness by James Altucher and Claudia Azula Altucher is a great book on how to stop saying yes to all the wrong things and start saying no to everything from scarcity to yourself.

We are taught to say yes to ourselves and learn to use the power of no. This book contains a wonderful, “No Bill of Rights”. It is broken up into seven sections that show us how to use the power of no. One of my favorite sections is entitled “Saying Yes to Your New Power.” There is much to be gleaned from this book and much wisdom to be found within.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to bring the power of no into their life. This book is powerful and will help you say no to the things you need to. The exercises in this book are wonderful and will help bring the power of no into your everyday life.

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

The Way Things Are by Lama Ole Nydahl

imageThe Way Things Are: A Living Approach to Buddhism for Today’s World by Lama Ole Nydahl introduces us to the Buddha’s teachings and how to apply them in our daily lives.

This book is broken up into three parts. In the first part, “Buddha’s Life and Teachings” we are given a brief introduction to the Buddha’s life. We are also taught The Four Noble Truths, The Great Way,  and The Diamond Way, among other things. In part two, “TakIng the Buddhist Path” we are taught how to apply these teachings to our lives. My favorite part is the third part, “Meditations” in which we are given meditations to do which can enrich our lives and help us gain insight. Each of the meditations also corresponds to a level of the Buddha’s teachings.

I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to those who wish to gain insight into Buddhism in today’s world and also the Buddha’s teachings.

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

 

Back to the Truth by Dennis Waite

image Back to the Truth: 5,000 Years of Advaita by Dennis Waite is a wonderful tome on Advaita. This book is easy to read and accessible. It is a wonderful book for newcomers to Advaita as this book makes these subject accessible and easy to understand. It also gives an overview of Advaita from the past to the present. It is wonderful for long time students and seekers of the truth as a refresher and a way to see the subject in a new light.

 In this book through the light of the Advaita we are taught who we are not, who we are, and the nature of reality among other things. This book is over 600 pages and every page is worth reading. I fell in love with this book and would definitely recommend it to those new to Advaita and those who have studied it for awhile now.

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

Beyond Past Lives by Mira Kelley

beyondpastlives Beyond Past Lives: What Parallel Realities can Teach Us About Relationships, Healing, and Transformation by Mira Kelley is a wonderful book that teaches us ten profoundly life changing lessons that Mira has learned from her clients while doing past life regressions.

We are taught everything from how to play with time to the fact that past lives are not really in the past but are simultaneous with our present one.  This book is one of the best books that I have read in awhile. I loved the ten concepts that we are taught and enjoyed the exercises presented. We are taught how to do past life regression on ourselves and how this can help us deal with issues in the present. Two of my favorite chapters in the book were chapter nine, “You have the right to Love Yourself” and chapter ten, “Trust Yourself and Follow Your excitement.” In chapter ten we are shown how to find our purpose and chapter nine shows us that we are deserving of love.

I would recommend this book to everyone who wants to enrich their lives with new ideas and have a wonderful transformation of their lives.

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

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Your True Voice by Dielle Ciesco

yourtruevoiceYour True Voice: Tools to Embrace a Fully-Expressed Life by Dielle Ciesco is a wonderful book that helps us find the power in our own voice.

We are taken on a journey through the 10 Gates of Sound in order to find our true voice both in how we communicate and listen. One of my favorite gates is the third gate, “The Alphabet” in which we are shown the importance and meaning behind both words and the letters used to make them. The exercises in this book are absolutely wonderful and helpful in finding our own voice.

It is not necessary to have read the author’s first book, “The Unknown Mother” in order to learn and gain insight from this book. Your True Voice stands on its own as an amazingly useful tool to finding the voice within.

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

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