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In Print – March 2020

By Kayla Hancock

The Angel Experiment: A 21-Day Magical Adventure to Heal Your Life, by Corin Grillo (New World Library, $15.95, Paperback)
Having directly experienced divine intervention in her own life, Corin Grillo feels it is important that she share her knowledge of the angels with others. She teaches readers how to create rituals that invite angels into their lives, how to experience the angels through various senses, and which angels are best suited for specific intentions. The book is based on a successful 21-day course that Grillo has been offering since 2015. Some of her successes include manifesting financial abundance, eliminating addictive behavior and facilitating deep healing on all levels.

 

Beyond the Mat: Don’t Just Do Yoga—Live It, by Kali Om (Kal Om, $19.98, Paperback)
Yoga is now an important part of the lives of millions of Americans, as they work towards sustaining a healthy lifestyle. Yet, how many people know that what we typically think of as yoga—the poses we flow through on our mats—is only a small cog in a much bigger wheel? Kali Om shares various articles from Yoga Chicago Magazine released over the last decade that aim to introduce readers to the wide expanse of yogic living. Kali Om breaks the articles into these categories Virtues, The Seasons, Yoga Lifestyle, Yoga Concepts, as well as Diet, Health and Healing.

 

When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough: Harnessing the Power of Mindfulness to Alleviate Depression, by Stuart J. Eisendrath, MD (New World Library, $18.95, Paperback)
For many people with clinical depression, medication alone simply isn’t enough to eliminate the symptoms. After decades of research, Dr. Stuart J. Eisendrath has shown that teaching people with depression about mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) can help to significantly improve their quality of life and produce measurable changes in the brain. Eisendrath explains what mindfulness is and provides multiple MBCT meditations to help those wanting to incorporate mindfulness into their daily rituals.

 

The Evolutionary Empath: A Practical Guide for Heart-Centered Consciousness, by Rev. Stephanie Red Feather, Ph.D. (Bear and Company, $18.00, Paperback)
As we begin to enter the Age of Aquarius, the number of empaths within our human population is rapidly rising. Stephanie Red Feather affirms the difficulties of being an empath and teaches readers how to restore their energy field, how to prevent energy drainage, as well as how to find themselves within an overwhelming world of emotion. She provides practices to help readers hone their empathic gifts so that they can effectively serve their role in the ascension of humanity.

 

Chinese Astrology: 2020 Year of the Metal Rat, by Donna Stellhorn (ETC Publishing, $19.97, Paperback)
Donna Stellhorn has been sharing her predictions and Feng Shui cures with the masses for a decade now. In this comprehensive guide, she aims to help readers in every aspect of life. She provides predictions for each month and shares specific Feng Shui cures for each Chinese Zodiac sign in 2020. Furthermore, Stellhorn gives tips on topics ranging from Mercury Retrograde care and relationships to legal matters and career prospects—all of which are meant to help her audience further align with the cosmos and become powerful manifestors.

Yesterday’s Voices on the Inner Life: A Prose and Poetry Anthology, by A.A. Willis (Luminare Press, $15.95, Paperback) 
Find inspiration in this collection of prose and poetry from literature spanning over the last few centuries. A.A. Willis chooses selections focused around peaceful living that prove that the significance of spiritual wonder remains a constant in our ever-changing, ever-challenging world.


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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