“Alford tells the remarkable story of spiritualism as it affected the lives of the members of the respective families of Abraham Lincoln and his assassin John Wilkes Booth.”
Michael Pollan has written about apples (Botany of Desire), corn (Omnivore’s Dilemma) and many other edibles (Food Rules).
In her enthralling book Emily Midorikawa tells the stories of women, many from modest backgrounds in the US and the UK, who parlayed their alleged communications with the spirit world into social,
“Awaken is a gem for students and practitioners of art, meditation, Buddhism, and/or Asian culture.”
One of the great myths in the religion of American literature celebrates the twisted wisdom of the alcoholic writer—the brazen artist who finds narrative meaning by washing his brain with a boozy e
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“The Enlightened Brain is beneficial for anyone who feels stuck in a forest of imbalance and wants to ‘cut a path to a better place,’ as Dr. Hanson says.
“This is a surprisingly important book.”
Every spiritual seeker who has found his or her personal path has a story. But there are not many stories as powerful and moving as Radhanath Swami’s The Journey Home.
There was a turning point in author Cameron Alborzian’s life when he decided to change his role in the material world forever.