Saturday , November 16 2019

In Print – November 2019

By Kayla Hancock

Living, Healing and Tae Kwon Do: A Memoir to Inspire Your Inner Warrior,
by Laura Di Franco, MPT (Brave Healer Productions, $12.95, Paperback)

A common fear that many people share is the fear of failing or not being good enough. Laura Di Franco faced her fear head-on. By participating in Tae Kwon Do training with her son, Di Franco felt more empowered and connected to life. In her book, she includes information about martial arts, candid personal journal entries, other powerful healing disciplines, as well as ways to manage change.

Anything Can Be Healed: The Body Mirror System of Healing with Chakas,
by Martin Brofman (Findhorn Press, $17.99, Paperback)

With the perfect balance of Eastern Philosophy and Western Psychology, Martin Brofman provides useful information to readers about the multiple, diverse levels of healing. He explains the connection between physical ailments and their associated tensions in one’s consciousness. Brofman also gives an in-depth explanation of the chakra system, including each chakra’s corresponding vibration and sense, which body parts are connected to which chakra, and how to clear the chakras and use them for healing.

Everything Has Karma: Learning to Embrace Our Interconnectedness,
by Madis Senner (Mother Earth Press, $16.95, Paperback)

Karma connects us in a way that we seldom understand. Madis Senner simply explains how everything and everyone we come into contact with affects us and is a part of our karma. She also shares why we may take on the karma of another and how to make karma work for us in our lives. Senner’s interpretation of karma serves as an alternative approach to the traditional one and emphasizes how we all depend on each other for positive growth.

The Ocher of Abundance: Poems – Volume 16,
by Wendy E. Slater (Balboa Press, $14.99, Paperback)

After a 20 year hiatus from writing poetry, Wendy E. Slater invites readers on their own healing journeys with the aid of her magical poetry. After her own awakening in Scotland in 2001, Slater began writing as the expression of the inner dialogue with Divinity and her journey of self-discovery. She also contemplates deeply on the relationships between nature and humanity.

From Suffering to Peace: The True Promise of Mindfulness,
by Mark Coleman (New World Library, $18.95, Paperback)

Mindfulness has become an ever-pervading part of our modern society. Mark Coleman helps to clarify what this word means and reminds us of the depth and power of this discipline. Coleman, who has been teaching mindfulness meditation for decades, encourages readers to take the necessary steps to transform the common suffering of daily life so that they can find peace within the body, mind and spirit. 

Whitewash: The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer, and the Corruption of Science,
by Carey Gillam (Island Press, $23, Paperback)

In this captivating book, Carey Gillam exposes the truth regarding the dangers of glyphosate—known to the public as Monsanto’s Roundup. While it has been said to be safe for use for decades, recent studies have shown that this chemical is tied to cancer and other health hazards. Gillam reveals the powers behind the corruption that have led to one of the most controversial stories in the history of food and agriculture.

 

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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