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Book Review: The Dark Side of the Light Chasers

The Dark Side of the Light Chasers: Reclaiming your Power, Creativity and Dreams This was the first book I read when I began my more serious journey into understanding what was making me suicidal and devaluing my own life at the beginning of 2015. I have spent a fortune on healers, courses, hypnotherapy, books, alternative

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I Had It All the Time by Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen is a new author to me and I Had it All the Time left me light as a feather. As soon as I finished it, I wanted to read it all over again. I have found many ‘spiritual’ or personal development books from the 90’s to be of incredible worth. This one was

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Gamma Healing, Chris Walton

Gamma Healing, by Chris Walton, came into my life after I had a call with a magical woman who does on-the-phone soul clearings. You don’t have to believe in soul-clearing but I do and I also believe in having an open, detached mind which is willing to grow and learn to be the best it

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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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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 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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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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