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In Print – May 2021

By Kayla Hancock

Where Wonder Lives: Practices for Cultivating the Sacred in Your Daily Life, by Fabiana Fondevila (Findhorn Press, $17.99, Paperback)

Don’t we all wish we could look at the world again with the same sense of wonder as a child? Within this book, Fabiana Fondevila creates a beautiful exploration map that offers both New Age and established practices to help readers rekindle their relationships with imagination, nature, and enchantment. Broken into nine territories, this book was made to be used as each reader sees fit. Each territory offers a unique lens through which readers can view themselves in this vast universe. Fondevila guides readers to awaken their most powerful states of joy, gratitude, and love and helps them face the great mystery of life with newfound vitality and child-like curiosity.


Crystals and Numerology: Decode Your Numbers and Support Your Life Path with Healing Stones, by Editha Wuest and Sabine Schieferle (Earthdancer Books, $16.99, Paperback)

The practice of numerology can reflect back to us helpful information about our inner world, and crystals offer us the gift of harmony in our outer world. Editha Wuest and Sabine Schieferle share detailed descriptions of the various qualities that different gemstones possess. They also explain each of the personal numbers in-depth, including which crystals best resonate with each life number. Wuest and Schieferle provide meditation, affirmation, and crystal healing practices that empower readers to live their best lives.


Pause. Breathe. Choose. Become the CEO of Your Well-Being, by Naz Beheshti (New World Library, $25.95, Paperback)

After achieving professional success working for multiple Fortune 500 companies, Naz Beheshti quickly learned that holistic approaches are necessary for personal growth. In this guidebook, she shares some of the most valuable lessons she gained from her first boss, Steve Jobs. Beheshti emphasizes how important it is to connect the head and the heart to cultivate self-awareness and emotional intelligence and to create sustainable success. She shares over 80 strategies rooted in positive psychology, neuroscience, and mindfulness to help readers take charge of their lives and thrive while doing things they are passionate about.


Energetic Cellular Healing and Cancer: Treating the Emotional Imbalances at the Root
of Disease,
by Tjitze de Jong (Findhorn Press, $16.99, Paperback)

It’s no secret that there are many aspects to maintaining health and wellness. As a complementary therapist, Tjitze de Jong has helped many clients with cancer over the years using energy healing. He shares some of these personal stories with readers and explores the connection between cancer and emotional, mental, and spiritual imbalances. Tjitze de Jong maintains that the start of all healing work begins with recognizing the limited beliefs one imposes on oneself; once one commits to doing the inner work, patterns will release, and health will eventually improve as a result.


Autobiography of a Yogi, by Paramahansa Yogananda (Self-Realization Fellowship, $8.50 Paperback)

In this book, Paramahansa shares his life story with sincerity and wit. He recounts stories of his vigor as a child, his searches for spiritual teachers, studying for years under a renowned yoga master, as well as many meetings with recognized spiritual figures from the East and the West. This edition, released by Self-Realization Fellowship, is the only edition with material Paramahansa added after the first edition—including a chapter about his final years. Paramahansa takes readers on a journey that illuminates the deepest secrets and paradoxes of the universe.


When It’s Time to Say Goodbye: Preparing for the Transition of Your Beloved Pet, by Angela Garner (Findhorn Press, $16.99, Paperback) 

When it comes to our relationships with our pets, it is safe to say that our families would not be complete without them. Angela Garner provides sincere guidance for pet owners who are facing the death of one of their own. Garner shares how one can prepare for the death of a pet and how to stay calm when dealing with the various emotions related to the dying process. This step-by-step guidebook also includes helpful information about the physical level of the process, including palliative care, death ceremonies, what to do with the pet’s remains, and more.

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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