Category Archives: Anna’s Books of Interest

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—Customer-Driven Disruption

Is fear of change undermining your success? Our job is to figure out what they’re [customers] going to want before they do…That’s why I never rely on market research. Our task is to read things that are not yet on … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Santa Muerte

Can you engage the Lady of the Holy Death? Tracey Rollin tells us right up front, in the beginning of this book, that she is more concerned with results-oriented magic than she is with tradition. Still, she conveys quite a … 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—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—Start Finishing

Can you make goal setting work for you? Decades ago, I learned about the importance of setting goals and then working backwards to create manageable steps to accomplish the goal. I was even successful at using the technique to help … 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—Blossoms and Bones

COMING in MARCH 2020… Have you made the descent? The earliest written record of a heroine’s journey to the netherworld is the Sumerian myth of Inanna. The existing versions of her story are framed by the patriarchy (history is written … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—Intuitive Intelligence

How well do you hear your inner voice? This is the best left-brain analysis of right-brain functioning I have ever read. It will make sense to analytical and creative types alike. O’Brien has walked both sides of the fence successfully … Continue reading

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Book of Interest—REVOLUTION of the SOUL

Where does your dharma take you? In the twenty-five years I’ve been reviewing new consciousness books, I’ve used the word amazing more than a few times. This time, however, Seane Corn has raised the bar on amazing. I will never … Continue reading

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