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The Yogi Code – Yogi Cameron

“Readers seeking more general spiritual advice for life will appreciate these lucid teachings from a compassionate teacher.” —Publishers Weekly Thousands of years of Yogic wisdom distilled into a code of seven daily practices… While most of us think of yoga as a series of poses, the path of a Yogi goes far beyond the mat into a set of daily practices that can reverse aging, grant better health and confidence, help you create deeper connections, and ultimately allow you to live your true purpose. The ...    Read More >

Seven Hours: Challenge Accepted – Angelina Kerner

One pill every 7 hours. That could be all it takes to give Chanel the chance to finally see the world around her. Chanel is an independent 19-year-old, despite what her overprotective mother and senator father may think. Being the daughter of a Senator comes with its own problems, one simple afternoon out with friends becomes overwhelming when they’re swarmed by reporters. Keeping the secret of the experimental treatment close to her chest, she is able to fool everyone but her hawkeyed bodyguard, Leon, that ...    Read More >



Make Your Bed – William H. McRaven

“Should be read by every leader in America…a book to inspire your children and grandchildren to become everything that they can.” —Wall Street Journal “Powerful.” —USA Today “Full of captivating personal anecdotes from inside the national security vault.” —Washington Post “Superb, smart, and succinct.” —Forbes If you want to change the world, start off by making your bed. On May 17, 2014, Admiral William H. McRaven addressed the graduating class of the University of Texas at Austin on their Commencement day. Taking inspiration from the ...    Read More >

After The Interlude – Ellyn Peirson

After the Interlude explores destiny, the sibling relationship, the impact on destiny of family of origin dynamics, where we were before we were born, where we’re going after we’ve left the planet, thin places, dreams, prayer and the importance of unbending intent. After the Interlude tackles purpose and the most difficult personal question of all personal questions—Why? After the Interlude converses with existence. After the Interlude is an expression of an Everyperson. All human beings know fear. All human beings lose family members. All human ...    Read More >



The Souls of China – Ian Johnson

From the Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist, a revelatory portrait of religion in China today—its history, the spiritual traditions of its Eastern and Western faiths, and the ways in which it is influencing China’s future. The Souls of China tells the story of one of the world’s great spiritual revivals.  Following a century of violent anti-religious campaigns, China is now filled with new temples, churches, and mosques—as well as cults, sects, and politicians trying to harness religion for their own ends. Driving this explosion of faith is ...    Read More >

One Just Man – Stan I.S. Law

Witchcraft? Magic? Or a gift of God? At first sight, this is just another love story. Yet soon mystery engulfs both lovers. Dr. Peter Thornton, a man at the top of his career, discovers a gift of healing manifesting through his unwilling hands. Soon the ‘gift’ turns into an insidious curse. He cannot practice medicine and “witchcraft” simultaneously. His promising career is in shambles. This is where Stan Law, the author of the acclaimed Winston Trilogy comes into his own. A beautiful woman and a ...    Read More >



Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living – Krista Tippett

“The discourse of our common life inclines towards despair. In my field of journalism, where we presume to write the first draft of history, we summon our deepest critical capacities for investigating what is inadequate, corrupt, catastrophic, and failing. The ‘news’ is defined as the extraordinary events of the day, but it is most often translated as the extraordinarily terrible events of the day. And in an immersive 24/7 news cycle, we internalize the deluge of bad news as the norm—the real truth of who ...    Read More >

To Live Is To Die First – Eli Darzi

If I tell you that we’re dead now, no less than ever, you probably will not accept that. True, if you ask me if I’m alive, I will say without any hesitation, “yes!” However, this is only because we, humankind, created such a reality in which; if I’m breathing and my heart beats, I am considered alive, but this conclusion comes from the assumption that I’m a thinking person who has knowledge about the body, life, and death. Thinking is the reason for the knowledge ...    Read More >