Category Archives: Anna’s Books of Interest

Book of Interest—Beyond the Known: REALIZATION

How high are you ready to go? As I began reading this book, I got flashes of memories going back to when I first read A Course in Miracles and the writings of Madame Blavatsky and Alice Bailey. I soon … 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—Backwoods Witchcraft

What are mountains teaching you? My father grew up in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania. He loved the mountains. I learned to love the mountains by osmosis, and two decades ago, when I began driving back and forth between Florida … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Tea and Cake with Demons

Are you making peace with your demons? Around the globe, more and more people are embracing spiritual practices that have their roots in Buddhist tradition. Meditation/mindfulness, breathing techniques, directed self-talk/affirmations, chanting, and devotional work have become mainstream. Often they are … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Digital Transformation

Do you understand the e-World we live in? If you are feeling overwhelmed and left behind, this book will not hand-hold you back into your comfort zone. If you’re a survivor, even a very confused survivor, this book offers you … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Living Runes

Do you know Odin? It appears to me that Northern European shamanic/metaphysical traditions are poised to begin trending in a big way. I anticipate reviewing several books in the coming months that chronicle those traditions. When I decided to review … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—The Great Wizards of Antiquity

What is INITIATION and how do I do it? The answer to that question remains complicated but the history of esoteric exploration is becoming clearer as this first book in a three-book series arrives in print. Ogilvy, who spent 18 … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Diversity Beyond Lip Service

How do you do inclusion? If you are someone who shies away from conversations about Diversity because they often seem to present as a laundry list of grievances and demands, please know that this book is the antidote for that. … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Korean Homestyle Cooking

Can you really cook Asian food at home? This is the second cookbook I’ve reviewed in the last few months that makes it clear that Western readers can, absolutely, learn to cook traditional Asian dishes in their home kitchens. Just … 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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