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The Fourth Rule of Ten

I love this Dharma Detective series by Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay, and this newest mystery continues to shine!  (There are three previous stories about this character.) Anyone who enjoys mystery stories, enlightenment, or both, will thoroughly enjoy this book, The Fourth Rule of Ten. Tenzing Norbu: ex-monk, ex-LAPD, private detective, hugely likable character. His fourth rule is […]

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You’re Getting Closer

You’re Getting Closer: One Year of Finding God and a Few Good Friends is Mollie Player’s journalistic view of her quest to both learn to “pray without ceasing” and to make true friends.  She carries on a conversation with her readers throughout her experiment, and in so discovers her own inner dialogue–which is rich in wisdom for […]

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The Top 10 Things Dead People Want to Tell You

The Top 10 Things Dead People Want to Tell You is Mike Dooley’s guide to living an intended life. Each chapter is an expansion on different nuggets of wisdom as seen from a perspective of objective and loving understanding. They are to be directly applied to our existence, now.  In doing so, we will experience the love, […]

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When Nothing Works, Try Doing Nothing

In Dr. Frank Kinslow’s latest book about being and becoming, When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing, readers are encouraged to slow down in order to leap forward. Although initially sounding counterproductive, the Divine does indeed operate in paradoxes (Caroline Myss). This book is a good reminder that as we act, we are also to allow. The concept is a good one, […]

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E-Cubed

As if E-Squared wasn’t enough, E-Cubed is Pam Grout’s follow-up book on daily applications of proving to ourselves that we do, in fact, create our own reality each and every day.  Yep, that’s right: that’s actually my own self I am talking to, literally, when I say, “Go ahead…make my day.” In E-Cubed, there are nine more experiments to […]

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