Category Archives: Inner Traditions

Books of Interest—2019 HOLIDAY Gift Book Roundup

COSY: The British Art of Comfort • Laura Weir • HarperOne Weir began honing in on the elements that create true cosy when the strain of her successful career as a London journalist began closing in on her. Cosy (as … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Breathing as Spiritual Practice

Do you feel the presence of God? If concentration is the first step toward profound, transformational meditation, it is also the most difficult step for most people to master. Johnson begins there on Day One in this ten-day journal recounting … Continue reading

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Books of Interest—2019 HOLIDAY Gift Book Roundup

DINOSAUR YOGA • Miriam Gates & Matthew Rivera • Sounds True Miriam Gates has established herself as the go-to person for KIDS & YOGA. Now she is adding DINOSAURS to the mix. Matthew Rivera brings it all to life. His … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—The Sacred Herbs of Samhain

How do you celebrate the deceased? The natural world connects us to the Otherworld/Higher Realms/Invisible Realms. Through the earth, the air, and the waters we draw energy from on high and create openings to realms of wisdom beyond the physical … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—ADHD

Could you survive in the wild? “Farming is stable.” Thus says Thom Hartmann as he explains why the specialization of function became the dominating force in most of the world, as least as far back as Mesopotamia. Once associated with … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Slavic Witchcraft

Are you ready for real conjure? This author is a fifth-generation hereditary witch who was born and raised in the Soviet state. The ancient secrets of magic, healing, and fortune-telling were a part of everyday life when she was growing … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Jung, Buddhism, and the Incarnation of Sophia

What does Jung have to do with it? This is not a light read. Those who are looking for quick facts will be disappointed. However, for those who have achieved at least a glimpse of the initiations that await those … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—The Hidden History of Elves & Dwarfts

Are there magical dwarfs in your world? The remnants of dwarfs and elves of long ago are poor representations of the powerful creatures of the ancient natural world of spirits. Santa’s elves and garden gnomes with their pointed hats are … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Field Guide to the Spirit World

Do spirit entities participate in the Material World? Thirty years ago, when Reverend Shari Sumrall initiated me into the world of spiritualism, she taught me that protection was the most important thing when contacting disembodied spirits. She had a protocol … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—The Mother Mantra

How do you deal with the Shadow? Matter is not substance but soul; that is, pure emptiness. That’s another way of saying the material world is an illusion, not the reality that most of us perceive it to be. This … Continue reading

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