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Reminder To Self

  It wasn’t until near the end of this spring phone call that I realized he was breaking. A college student learns a lot about navigating life, with many “firsts” piled on at once. But you know what? After hanging up, I realized that all of us flow through these seasons no matter our age. […]

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The Dalai Lama’s Cat and the Power of Meow

This is David Michie’s  third book from HHC’s (His Holiness’ Cat) point of view, and it delivers the same wonderful style of human learning through the kitty’s experiences as both The Dalai Lama’s Cat and The Art of Purring. Meditation is the focus (!) of this book, and it is through both HHC’s inner journey and the dialogue […]

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Timewatch

Imagine saving the world by repeatedly going back in time. Timewatch by Linda Grant is an incredible fiction story filled with adventure, intrigue, romance, and action.  It’s a save-the-world story in which a wide group of family and friends come together, travel back to various periods in time, enter their previously-incarnated selves, and attempt to influence actions and […]

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Spreading JOMO

By now you’ve probably heard of FOMO, or the Fear Of Missing Out.  Yep, it appears we have successfully made our junior-high insecurities into a celebrated phenomenon. Personally, I’m not okay with carrying my adolescent anxieties into my midlife evolution and beyond. Recently I learned of JOMO, or the Joy Of Missing Out. This too is becoming a cultural sensation, […]

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Co-creating at Its Best

Co-creating at Its Best is an enlightening and inspiring conversation between spiritual powerhouses Wayne Dyer and Abraham (as channeled by Esther Hicks). A transcript from a 2013 live Hay House event, this book is a natural conversation with a cadence that is highly engaging and easy to read. Chapters are organized by Wayne’s free-flowing question topics as they […]

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