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Quote: Dr Lonnie Edwards & Looking at the Soul Being a Bridge Between Our Differences

“When we meet and seek to relate to other people, we must especially bear in mind that everyone has a soul, a divine nature, that is essentially perfect — a soul just as our own. Focus on the fact that they are traveling both a human and an infinite journey, just as you are.” -Dr.

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Dying To Be Me, Anita Moorjani

I love to write, share my discoveries and investigate why I am here Being Natalie. Being Natalie aims to share the information I have gathered over many years and recently this little gem spoke volumes to my heart.  So much so, I have underlined most of the book as Anita’s language is magical to anyone

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My Vipassana Meditation Experience & The Art of Living

Here I am going to talk about: My 10 day Vipassana Meditation Course A book review: The Art of Living: Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S.N. Goenka by William Hart   My Vipassana Meditation Experience Since 2007 when I was told anti-depressants would be a must for the rest of my life, I have been

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The Weight Less Mind by Georgia Foster

Review of The Weight Less Mind by Georgia Foster (Includes free CD) I read The Wight Less Mind as it appealed hugely to something suffering within me. A little girl who has been unable to accept her body image for years who still at the age of 23 was burdened with daily, grueling thoughts of

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The Fear Book by Cheri Huber

General Review This book is brilliant for the first stages in understanding the impact of fear on your life. Written in a beautifully simple and colloquial style, Cheri Huber feels like she’s standing next to you explaining the complexities of your mind. The illustrations throughout the book add to the childlike manner of communication which

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The Depression Book: Depression as an Opportunity for Spiritual Growth By Cheri Huber

This book is another favorite of mine amongst Cheri’s work. The Depression Book to me is a must read for anyone who is lost and trying to grasp what’s happening to them. “An essential part of seeing clearly is finding the willingness to look closely and to go beyond our own ideas. There are many

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Chris Guillebeau & The Art of Non-Conformity

I can’t remember how I stumbled across this report by Chris Guillebeau but I did: A brief guide to World Domination Chris is a witty, funny and to the point kind of man. I read this when I was feeling uninspired and a bit lost about how I was going to create a life I

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The Bhagavad Gita, Introduced and Translated by Eknath Easwaran

The Bhagavad Gita, Introduced and Translated by Eknath Easwaran ♦My review and insights on the introduction by Eknath Easwaren ♦ I’m presently in the amazing city of Jaipur and decided to read the Bhagavad Gita. Once again, I’m thoroughly enjoying Eknath Easwaran’s introduction which beautifully places this ancient piece of Indian spirituality not only in

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Healing Without Freud or Prozac: Natural approaches to curing stress, anxiety & depression by Dr. Servan-Schreiber

To me this book was a very powerful eye opener in respect to understanding more about depression, stress and anxiety.I read it in 2008 when I was in the process of discovering different techniques and ideas about how to help my depression plus learning how to cope with it. I will say quickly that when

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Creative Visualization by Shakti Gawain, Part 2 of my Review

Creative Visualization – Part 2 of my review on a book designed to encourage the reader to open up to their endless possibilities, future and power. I read through this book exactly as she suggests not to! Shakti explains that this book needs to be read slowly. I read it quickly because it’s an easy

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