Tuesday , October 15 2019

In Print – August 2019

By Kayla Hancock

The Wonder of Lost Causes: A Novel

by Nick Trout (William Morrow Paperbacks, Paperback, $16.99) 

Jasper is a young child dealing with cystic fibrosis. Dr. Kate Blunt, Jasper’s mother, makes keeping her son healthy her biggest priority. Kate has decided long ago that Jasper should never have a dog. One day an old and downtrodden dog they call Whistler shows up at the animal shelter Kate directs and develops an instant bond with her son. Kate finds it difficult to break the pair apart, especially knowing that this dog has no chance of being adopted. While these circumstances are not ideal for Kate, she starts to believe that there may be a reason Whistler walked into their lives after all.

 

The Seven Elemental Forces of Huna: Practices for Tapping into the Energies of Nature from the Hawaiian Tradition

by Susan Weikl (Earthdancer Books, $15.99, Paperback)

Huna is a Hawaiian shamanic tradition that revolves around seven elemental forces that are always accessible to everyone. Susan Weikl provides various rituals and practices to help readers connect with these powers which include water, fire, wind, rock, plants, animals and beings of light. She explains how connecting with these energies will help readers to feel empowered, better understand nature and manifest positive situations. She also teaches readers how to communicate with nature spirits such as gnomes and leprechauns.

 

The Divination Handbook: The Modern Seer’s Guide to Using Tarot, Crystals, Palmistry and More

by Liz Dean (Fair Winds Press, Hardcover, $19.99)

This comprehensive guidebook for intuitive seers is richly illustrated with step-by-step instructions on how to use various divination methods. Liz Dean shows readers how to use practices such as crystals, cards and runes to dissolve the boundaries between realms and discover what may lay ahead in the reader’s future. She also explains common psychic symbols using organized tables and charts.

 

Don’t Just Sit There!: 44 Insights to Get Your Meditation Practice Off the Cushion and Into the Real World

by Biet Simkin (Atria/Enliven Books, Hardcover, $25.00)

Biet Simkin is no stranger to personal transformation. Her experience with addiction has gifted her the wisdom she shares with readers to help them deal with the disruptive parts of life. Once this is confronted, Simkin explains that it is much easier to achieve meditation and peace. She provides weekly instructions on processing the 44 laws of human experience that will allow readers to create their own lifelong practice that will help them cope in our chaotic world.

 

The Numerology Handbook: Uncover your Destiny and Manifest Your Future with the Power of Numbers

by Tania Gabrielle (Fair Winds Press, Hardcover, $19.99)

Numbers are everywhere in our lives—birthdays, addresses, even our names can be reduced to a numeric formula! Tania Gabrielle explains how within these series of numbers lie codes that can be used to find various cycles in life. Gabrielle teaches readers how to quickly interpret numerical codes so that they can capitalize on the dates that are most opportune for them to do things like plan events, make a big purchase or start a business. She also shows readers how to decipher their birth code and find their souls’ purpose using numbers.

Hearts

by Jenny Lynne (Brazzle Books, LLC, Hardcover, $24.99)

In this book, author and photographer Jenny Lynne shares her perspective on love in nature through her beautiful photographs of hearts found around the world. Lynne hopes her images will inspire readers to take an introspective moment to look within and encourage others to see love everywhere!

Kayla Hancock is grateful to be a part of this community. She is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Reiki Practitioner and certified Deeksha giver who enjoys working alongside her angels and spirit guides to bring more love, joy and compassion into the world.

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