Saturday , January 23 2021

In Print – January 2021


By Kayla Hancock

Overwhelmed and Over It: Embrace Your Power to Stay Centered and Sustained in a Chaotic World, by Christine Arylo (New World Library, $17.95, Paperback)

I’m sure it’s no surprise for you to hear that our culture is built on burnout. As a society, we praise those who work long, grueling hours and look down upon those who take time off for important self-care. Christine Arylo will reveal how to let go of these toxic ideals and how to reclaim your power. She teaches readers how to begin living a sustainable life—one that allows us to receive what we need and continue to reach for our own achievements without wearing ourselves out in the process.


Radical Intuition: A Revolutionary Guide to Using Your Inner Power, by Kim Chestney (New World Library, 15.95, Paperback)

In this book, Kim Chestney challenges our conceptualization of consciousness and empowers readers to step into a new reality with open minds. Chestney provides step-by-step practices to strengthen one’s intuition and trust in the revolutionary transformations that we are all enduring within. These changes in awareness will no doubt change the lens through which we see the world. Also included are insights from renowned leaders from all walks of life with one thing in common; they recognize intuition as the source
of genius.


Fighting for Space: Two Pilots and Their Historic Battle for Female Spaceflight, by Amy Shira Teitel (Grand Central Publishing, $30, Hardcover)

Jackie Cochran and Jerrie Cobb pioneered their own way through the 1950s as women on a mission—a mission to go to space. As pilots, each held their own various records and accomplishments in jet flying. Jackie Cochran at the beginning of the decade held the most propeller and jet flying records of anyone in the country! Still, these fearless flyers faced many setbacks because they were female. With the hopes of making their space dreams a reality, they took their issues all the way to Congress.


The Chiron Effect: Healing Our Core Wounds through Astrology, Empathy, and Self-Forgiveness, by Lisa Tahir (Bear & Company, $16, Paperback)

Although Chiron is only a minor planet, its placement within your birth chart has a major influence on your life. Lisa Tahir explains how to use this information to identify core wounds and unhealed trauma patterns. She shares with readers a chart and online links so that they find where Chiron is located in their charts. Finally, Tahir guides readers through their own personal transformations by using Reiki healing, destroying unhealthy patterns, as well as encouraging self-forgiveness and compassion.


Unreasonable Joy: Awakening through Trikaya Buddhism, by Turiya (Electric Bliss Publishing, $23.99, Paperback)

Do you feel stuck in the hustle and bustle of daily life? We tend to think of happiness as a material gain, and for that, we suffer greatly. Turiya presents an alternative. She shares with readers the ancient wisdom found in Trikaya Buddhism that promises freedom from this cycle. Turiya adapts these tantric teachings into modern American Buddhism to help readers gain control of their lives by releasing their limitations and strengthening their self-trust and refocusing their minds on greater truths.

Opening to Grief: Finding Your Way from Loss to Peace, by Claire B. Willis and Marnie Crawford Samuelson (Dharma Spring, $18.95, Hardcover)

Oftentimes, we humans find ourselves stuffing our emotions down because we are uncomfortable with feeling them. Grief is no exception. Claire Willis and Marnie Crawford Samuelson wrote this book to serve as a companion for those dealing with loss. They encourage readers to feel fully into their pain so that they can find healing, and eventually, open themselves up to love even more deeply.

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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