10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace

by Dr. Wayne Dyer

A thought-provoking book for those of us who have chosen to consciously be on our life path. The 10 “secrets” for success and inner peace presented here apply whether you’re just embarking on your path, are nearing the end of it, or are on the path in any way. Dr Dyer urges you to read these ten secrets with an open heart. By doing so, you’ll learn to feel the peace of God that truly defines success.

Beyond Birth And Death


by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

India’s most renowned Vedic authority presents starling evidence of the soul’s incredible journey after death.
Is there life after death? In this 60 page book Srila Prabhupada tells how the soul travels from body to body, and how we can end the cycle of birth and death by reaching the ultimate abode.

Take the journey and discover the Divine in you!

Praying With Power

I give this book: 5 STARS

by Jose Luiz Stevens

Explore the many facets of praying, techniques, positions, and more.

From the book …

Good Positions for Praying:
– Shamans in the ancient Toltec tradition stood facing the sun with legs apart and knees bent; the back, shoulders, and head arched far back; face straight up toward the sky; and the arms outstretched to either side, palms facing up.

– Followers of the Japanese Zen Buddhist faith sit on the floor in the lotus or half-lotus position (legs folded underneath the body) with the right hand resting in the left palm, thumbs touching.

– Try lying on your back outdoors facing the sky with your back to the earth. Imagine your body is a seed in your abdomen, then free your mind and let it soar upwards. Pray with an open heart.

Sophie's World

Sophie’s World

I give this book: 5 STARS

Sophie's World

A Novel about the History of Philosophy
by Jostein Gaarder

A passionate plea to rediscover our capacity for amazement, Sophie’s World is more than a mere mystery. It is also the first novel to present a complete–and entertaining–history of philosophy.
Long and dense, this novel, a bestseller in the author’s native Norway, offers a summary history of philosophy embedded in a philosophical mystery disguised as a children’s book-but only sophisticated young adults would be remotely interested.

Sophie, a young teenager, meets a philosopher who makes her his apprentice and teaches her the history of the world’s greatest thinkers, and together they discover things about the life they’re living and the world they live in, and must now find how to make the changes they need in order to survive.
Read Sophie’s World and experience a journey through worlds within worlds. [..more..]