Category Archives: Anna’s Books of Interest

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—Crossroads of Conjure

Do you HooDoo or VooDoo? Many of us are aware of the Asian roots of much of the alternative spiritual practice that has caught our attention. Now many of us are beginning to explore nature-based spiritual and magical practices that … 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—Witchcraft Activism

What will you find at Hekate’s crossroads? Over the past few decades, I’ve been fascinated to watch the worlds of psychics and metaphysics move closer to each other. Then neuroscience began to come to the forefront and reinforce some of … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—ONIBI

Would you go Yokai hunting? This amazing graphic novel, created by Atelier Sento (otherwise known as Cécile Brun and Olivier Pichard), is dynamic, magical, and engaging. It takes us on a tour of old, almost forgotten Japan, through old villages, … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Compassionate Counter Terrorism

Do we really want world peace? This is a cautionary tale, written softly in an amazingly well-crafted and scholarly tome, in a world where it is an act of courage for a Muslim woman to step forward and discuss terrorism. … 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—A Politics of Love

Is there hope for America? I first heard Marianne Williamson speak at the Universalist Unitarian Church on the upper west side of Manhattan in the early 80’s. I paid $7 to sit on a folding metal chair in the church’s … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Storytelling Alchemy

How does your story end? For almost a decade, Damoiselle has been teaching others how to rewrite their personal stories to heal their pasts and empower their lives going forward. She learned how to do that by surviving her own … 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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