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Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment
Rudolph Steiner

Steiner shares what he believes are the steps necessary for Westerners to attain spiritual knowledge. Considered one of the revolutionary thinkers of the twentieth century.

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Loving What Is
Byron Katie

"Byron Katie''s Work is a great blessing for our planet. The root cause of suffering is identification with our thoughts, the ''stories'' that are continuously running through our minds. Byron Katie''s Work acts like a razor-sharp sword that cuts through that illusion and enables you to know for yourself the timeless essence of your being. Joy, peace, and love emanate from it as your natural state. In Loving What Is, you have the key. Now use it." -- Eckart Tolle, author of The Power of Now

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Mind Power Into the 21st Century
John Kehoe

In this book John Kehoe explains how wanting success will not make you successful if you spend your day thinking about how unsuccessful you are, and how you always mess up. He then goes on to give you practical ways in which to harness your mind to create the kind of life you want through visualization, seeding, affirmations, imprinting and how to pay attention to your intuition and dreams. Through your thoughts, you can change your beliefs, which will change your life. This is an excellent book written in an easy to understand language.

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Minding the Body Mending the Mind
Joan Borysenko, Ph.D.

Based on the belief that the mind can help mend the body, Dr. Borysenko blends real-life examples with practical mental and physical solutions. Learn to use your mind to boost your immune system or just decrease stress.

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Molecules Of Emotion
Candace Pert

Molecules Of Emotion is a landmark work full of insight and wisdom and possessing the rare power to change the way we see the world and ourselves. Pert''s striking conclusion that it is our emotions and their biological components that establish the crucial link between mind and body does not, however, serve to repudiate modern medicine''s gains; rather, her findings complement existing techniques by offering a new scientific understanding of the power of our minds and our feelings to affect our health and well-being.

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Nonviolent Communication
Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D.

Most of us have been educated from birth to compete, judge, demand, diagnose - to think and communicate in terms of what is "right" and "wrong" with people. Marshall Rosenberg shows us ... how all of our actions are based on human needs that we are seeking to meet. When we understand and acknowledge our needs we create a shared basis for a more satisfying relationship - a deeper connection with others and ourselves.

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Prescriptions for Living: Inspirational Lessons for a Joyful, Loving Life
Bernie S. Siegel, M.D.

Dr. Siegel''s words often touch the heart. This collection of stories and personal experiences support us to live through the good and the bad.

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Seeing Life Through New Eyes
Paul Brenner

Guiding readers through a series of questions about their parents, the authors identify formative "gifts" and "hurts" that shape how people approach relationships. Combining clear text with a workbook format, this interactive book helps readers reclaim wholeness by transcending self-imposed limitations.

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Simple Abundance
Sarah Ban Breathnach

A book on how to express who you really are on a daily basis. It contains 366 essays, one for each day of the year (plus some bonus days...)

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Stalking the Wild Pendulum
Itzhak Bentov

Bentov manages to entertain while educating the reader about consciousness. An open mind is needed.

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