Category Archives: New World Library

Book of Interest—Beneath the Surface

Can you hear them? We watch young people, like the survivors of the Parkland shooting, mobilize in an attempt to turn that tragedy into action that makes the world a better place. Many of us wonder where they find the … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Set the Page on Fire

How do you write? Whether you’re already writing professionally, working towards writing professionally, or just want to write more interesting emails, this book will prove immensely helpful. O’Keefe bypasses all the standard structure and form advice. In fact, he tells … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Just Enough

Can you stop at just enough? This is, above all, a cookbook. Specifically, a cookbook of traditional Japanese vegan recipes. The recipes come from Zen monasteries. When the author of this cookbook joined the Aichi Nisodo convent, she was seeking … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Panic Free

How do you face FEAR? When I hung out my shingle as a spiritual intuitive (psychic) in 1991, I was stunned by the number of clients who had been sexually molested as children who chose to share their stories with … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—The Art of Is

How do you improvise? It was 27 years ago when Stephen Nachmanovitch published his best selling/still selling classic Free Play. It has become a bible for those wishing to learn the art of improv. Now Nachmanovitch has written a new … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Playing With FIRE

Are you trading your time for dollars? FIRE (financial independence, retire early) is a community of people at all income levels who have become disillusioned with chasing the next, most expensive thing at the cost of quality of life. Rieckens … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Voices in the Stones

New World Library And what can we learn from stones? This is a book of reflections on thirty years of shared experience. It began as teaching, teaching the children of displaced people (native Americans) whom Nerburn had less in common … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Sidewalk Oracles

New World Library How does meaningful coincidence work in your world? Beginning with an overview of synchronicity which features Carl Jung (along with the Tao, the Orenda, and the Wyrd), this book takes us through an intensive exploration of the … Continue reading

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Books of Interest— Making Your Creative Mark

New World Library Are you in the habit of mentally bad-mouthing yourself? That’s the first thing Eric Maisel is going to ask you to stop doing in this, the latest of a long line of successful books about creativity. The … Continue reading

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Book Review — The Green Thoreau

              New World Library Just in time for the 150th anniversary of Henry David Thoreau’s death, New World Library is releasing this exquisitely-edited commemorative volume of his words, wisdom, and prophecy. A founding father … Continue reading

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