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Mind, Body & Spirit

Yoga in Bed by Naomi Sophia Call

I'm lazy, and I'm not ashamed to admit it, but I know I need to get some exercise. So when a yoga instructor told me she loved this book, I had to give it a try, and I'm glad I did! It's a good introduction to yoga, it easily fits my schedule, and it's a great way to start the day!

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ISBN: 9781844095315
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Published: Findhorn Press - August 1st, 2010

Born to Run by Christopher McDougall

Do you need those $150 Nike running shoes to make you faster? According to the author you may be wasting your time and money. McDougall, interested in his constant foot injuries, seeks out the Tarahumara Indians in Mexico who are able to run hundreds of miles without rest for days. Follow along as the author finds inspiration from super-athletes who push their bodies to the limit.

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ISBN: 9780307279187
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Published: Vintage - March 29th, 2011

Wheels of Life by Anodea Judith

Both spiritual and surprisingly practical, this guide to the Chakras offers many ways to explore them in your everyday life. Full of expansive meditations, simple exercises, and concise information, this book integrates well with any number of practices and modalities. If you've ever been interested in exploring what the Chakras mean this is the book for you!

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ISBN: 9780875423203
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Published: Llewellyn Publications - July 8th, 1999

Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer

Newspaper journalist Joshua Foer was originally given the U.S. Memory Championship as an assignment, but rather than just writing a story, Foer became a participant. Through his research for the article, Foer interviewed the likes of Ben Pridmore (the current Memory Champion winner) who could memorize the exact order of 1,528 digits in an hour, to meeting with a man who could only remember as far back as one thought. Foer found that in many ways memory can learned; it turns out there is a secret language for our brains—that our minds have a preference to remembering one way over another. Foer basically studied this “memory language” and decided to join the Memory Championship to test his skills. The results are laugh-out-loud funny, but also fascinating. This book needs to be your next read—especially for all those Bill Bryson fans out there!

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ISBN: 9780143120537
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Published: Penguin Books - February 28th, 2012

Kayak Morning by Roger Rosenblatt

This is a companion title to Rosenblatt’s first memoir, Making Toast, which chronicled the early aftermath following the sudden death of Rosenblatt’s 38-year-old daughter, and how he and his wife moved in with their son-in-law to help care for their young grandchildren. In that book, Rosenblatt touched me with his delicate, true, and even (and often) humorous writing about life marching forward. But Kayak Morning is a more lyrical and grand view. Rosenblatt speaks less of the details of his life, but rather contemplates his grief, which has settled and is steady, with the observations of nature and water he makes while kayaking. There is a poetic pace to the writing, and his sadness and longing is present and profound, but I was also deeply moved by the quiet pull of peace and joy that Rosenblatt finds in his journeying.

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ISBN: 9780062084033
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Published: Ecco - January 3rd, 2012

Ethical Slut by Dossie Easton

Love is an infinite resource, and the more you love, the more love you will receive in return. This is the central idea backing The Ethical Slut. Written from the perspective of two polyamorous women, this book encourages and guides you to explore your sexuality and relationships to become more confident, building happier and healthier relationships, always rejoicing in the limitless human capacity for love of all kinds.

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ISBN: 9781587613371
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Published: Celestial Arts - March 10th, 2009

The Highly Sensitive Person by Elaine Aron

My resolution this year is simple, and therefore, difficult: love myself more. Re-reading this is my first step. The first time I read it, I felt an immediate sense of overwhelming relief, because I finally understood that I’m not crazy, just biologically different. If you’ve ever felt that being highly sensitive is a negative, read this, and let it show you how positive your trait really is, and how to thrive in an overwhelming world!

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ISBN: 9780553062182
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Published: Harmony - June 2nd, 1997

A Profound Mind by His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Perhaps the main difference between Buddhism and other religions is Buddhism’s understanding of our core identity. The existence of the soul or self, which is central in varying ways to Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, is actually denied in Buddhism. Even further, belief in a “self” is seen as the main source of our difficulties in life. This new book, based on a series of talks, presents the Dalai Lama’s teachings on the essential Buddhist view of selflessness.

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ISBN: 9780385514675
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Published: Harmony - September 27th, 2011

Beyond Religion by His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Ten years ago, in his bestselling Ethics for a New Millennium, the Dalai Lama first proposed an approach to ethics based on universal rather than religious principles. Now, in Beyond Religion, he elaborates on and deepens his vision for the nonreligious way. This is a stirring call to move beyond religion for guidance on improving human life at individual, community, and global levels, and includes a guided meditation practice for cultivating key human values.

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By H.H. Dalai Lama, Alexander Norman (Contributions by)
ISBN: 9780547844282
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Published: Mariner Books - November 6th, 2012

War of the Worldviews by Deepak Chopra & Leonard Mldinow

“This delightful book is bound to be the Gold Standard by which all other books on science/spirituality will be measured. Bold, refreshing, lucid, and insightful, this thoughtful collection of essays seeks to unveil the mysterious of our very existence. Is there a purpose to the universe? What is our true role in the cosmos? This book dares to ask some of the deepest, most profound questions about our very existence, and comes up with some surprising, even shocking answers.” —Michio Kaku

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ISBN: 9780307886897
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Published: Harmony - October 2nd, 2012


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