Author Mariah De La Croix’s new book, Restless in Peace: A Psychic Mortician’s Encounters With Those Who Refuse To Rest is a fast and furious heart-pounding read that left this avid ghost hunter psychic/medium shaking with morbid fascination. In chapter one, The Opening of the Casket, she grabs the reader’s full attention by explaining how the spirits in the funeral homes that she worked in made her laugh, comforted her, kept her from harm and ultimately let her know when it was time to give up the profession she chose in order to maintain her own health.
Dr. Israel Regaride was a therapist and chiropractor that did psychotherapy based on the work of Wilhelm Reich; also studying other philosophies, yoga, Buddhism and more. In The Art of True Healing, Dr. Regaride introduces the energy centers (chakras) with some different colors than I had previously learned and taught. It is interesting that this book calls the color of the throat chakra lavender, the first chakra earth, russet, the second chakra water, blue, and the third chakra navel, red.
This book lives up to its title as a manual for advanced study of Hatha Yoga. Goswami, presents challenging yoga postures and a wealth of teachings drawn from ancient Sanskrit texts and the over 5,000-year oral tradition. This comprehensive look at the subject includes historical perspective, philosophy, technical aspects of postures and dynamic application, as well as diet, internal cleansing techniques, physiology, exercises for specific body areas, daily practice schedules, a detailed section on pranayama, concentration (meditation) exercises, a short glossary of Sanskrit terms and notes on pronunciation.
If you want to send your child to bed with good deeds on their mind, then Change the World Before Bedtime is the book to read with your child. Written with upbeat rhyme, the story shows how ordinary boys and girls can do little things each day to help change the world in a big way.
This quote came to mind when I started reading this true story of a woman who drowned in a kayaking accident when her boat became wedged in the rocks under a waterfall and her body was pinned inside the boat. Dr. Neal’s body was eventually freed from the boat and her spirit watched from above as the rescue team tried to revive her.
“High-pitched harmonics entered like lasers of light through the right side of my head, and through my body, searing my heart.” When Stewart Pearce opened his eyes, twelve luminescent orbs floated in mid-air in front of him, and he felt embraced by their supernal Love.
In the Deep Dark Woods made me cry happy tears to see all the snow-people dance and prance in their home in the snowy woods. The colors were very bright on each page just like a rainbow. The snow-people wore many colored hats and scarves that reminded me of my kindergarten teacher, who wears brightly colored things with her winter outfits.