This book validates who we are and what we do, despite our mind’s disapproving theories. The Myth of Doing speaks to the awareness that the mere state of being alive automatically puts us into activity, which means we are bound to whatever that action is in any particular moment. Drawing from eastern philosophies, naturalism, determinism,… [Read More]
Body Over Mind is compatible with works by Eckhart Tolle, Byron Katie, Stephen Levine, and Robert Rabbin in its attempt to highlight the differences between thought and reality, and to foster an acceptance of what is. Backed by principles developed by F.M. Alexander, including the wholeness of the individual, the harmonious integration of the body,… [Read More]
by Renée Paule
Enquiring further into the subject of human conditioning – and beyond – Renée Paule takes us past another milestone on her continuing journey of self-reflection, wherein she looks at and discusses the society created and sustained by us. As with Renée’s previous books, her unique perspective gives no answers and is self-help in its purist… [Read More]
I hate quotations. Tell me what you know. —Ralph Waldo Emerson Too bad! Chrome Cady is chock-full of quotations and we don’t know nuthin! But life is for learning, sometimes the hard way. Chrome Cady is a raunchy tale of running away to a world of watching and being watched, colored ambiguous by nonbinary gradients in which male… [Read More]
Double Thought is a collection of art-the art of words in short stories,the art of thought,and the art of the mind. The moods and words are of honesty,trust,and deep self-confidence. Subjects include law,adventure,history,philosophy,psychology,spirituality,religion,family,and romance. Take a trip and join the author on a journey of our galaxy and our thoughts. Double Thought is a world… [Read More]
Why Are Breakthroughs So Rare? Everything scientists do is intended to lead to discoveries. No coincidence, we reward scientists who make meaningful discoveries with things like the Nobel Prize. Clearly, discoveries are the universal holy grail of science. Yet strangely, close to 100% of scientific efforts fail to discover anything. Why? And why does no… [Read More]
by Renée Paule
‘A Three Course Meal for the Mind’ combines three books into a single volume: ‘On The Other Hand’, ‘Just Around The Bend’ and ‘Louder Than a Whisper’ (also available separately). The books chronical Renée Paule’s philosophical journey of self-reflection. She questions many facets of life that we take for granted, unlearning all that she has… [Read More]
by Bree A. Hood
The information discussed in the Monkey Wrench Papers is not advice. It is knowledge that can help anybody overcome fear and realize their capacity to follow in the footsteps of America’s Founders. That’s right! The American Revolution was the first and last case of mass civil suicide in America. Their suicide note…The Declaration of Independence!
How to know for sure, if there is a God or not? In the year 2016 and how long before that, the world has.no consensus point of view, on critical things that require a decision. Things that are of the utmost importance for managing our lives, such as identifying the harm from consuming foods from… [Read More]
by Jan Porter
“Soul Calling, your Angel guided life purpose” By; Jan Porter Your Soul and Angel Guides are calling you to live your inspired life purpose! Communicate and commune with your own Soul’s wisdom, Guardian Angels and Spirit Guides. Access the wisdom of your Ancestors, harness the magic of the cosmos and hone your intuition with oodles… [Read More]
by Jan Porter
“Spiritual Biz, passion, purpose and fulfillment in a changing global community” What was once old time community mindedness and sharing cooperation is the emerging future of sustainable business and right livelihood. Harness the best of your Ancestors, ancient prophecies, the magic of the cosmos and practical wisdom bridging traditional and alternative resource tools. Hone your… [Read More]
With the subtitle, “A philosophical divagation about the evil banality of daily acts”, the author dedicates herself to dissect a few hours of a man’s thoughts, feelings and life. Awarded with Honors by the Law School, PUC RJ. This work was originally published in Portuguese, in 1988. Translated by the author herself in 2013, reviewed by… [Read More]
Malcolm Tully, the sensitive young owner of a pastry shop in suburban Chicago, only wanted an open-mike night, not a spiritual movement. But when his shop hosts a Saturday night discussion group, he finds an audience hungry to learn life’s meaning and ready to pay for it. Seduced by his scheming pastry chef, Carlos, Malcolm… [Read More]
A retranslation of the master work on strategy by the master ronin and kensei (sword saint) Miyamoto Musashi; containing principles which can be applied to the battlefield, gaming, and the boardroom. This book also includes a biography of Musashi and essays on history and the martial arts traditions of Japan, as well as a gallery… [Read More]
by Renée Paule
Louder Than a Whisper; Clearer Than a Bell challenges the status quo of Humanity by inviting it to look at the morass of confusion, despair and uncertainty that pervade our society. Through a series of heartfelt essays this book examines topics such as ‘Pride’, ‘Desire’, ‘Responsibility’, ‘Betrayal’ and ‘Loneliness’. What are they and how do… [Read More]
Principles, Insights, and Concepts for eradicating excuses, fears, and distractions through the Power of Significance, Purpose, and an Embraced, Divine Identify. Fizer breaks down the hidden “mind cycles” that establish continual self-lies, esteem, and blindness to Significance. He also provides relevant and practical “living laws” to inspire application, comprehension, and growth!
by Hisho Gaited
Lucas Dionigi, a newly promoted Creative Director is ostensibly living the dream; women, drugs and success, which in the end leads to his inevitable demise or Ascension. A surreal, erotic, dark and metaphysical piece of literature that stirs the mind and captures the grimly side of everyday life
by D.K. Christi
A mysterious orchid is central to a story of love, lies, and redemption. Once more before I die…the haunting mantra of a lonely woman. A woman grieving more than one loss. On her regular walks amongst the splendor of the Audubon Society sanctuary, situated at the edge of the Florida Everglades, the sights and sounds… [Read More]
by Mike Corbett
If you could design a heaven for your friends and a hell for your enemies, you would be challenged to come up with anything as quirkily appropriate as Mike Corbett has provided for the reader. Demons, angels, politicians and clergyman collide in this satirical ambush from the present day to the time of Torquemada. Although… [Read More]
by Renée Paule
A compelling and at times uncomfortable look at the world of Humanity through the eyes of one of its inhabitants. You may find yourself nodding your head in agreement and perhaps shaking it in disagreement. However, what you can’t deny are the truths contained within about the human psychological condition; in other words, our incredible human traits and behaviour.
Unusually, for its genres, this book is illustrated with a little character I designed and call Dilly (which means something or someone remarkable). Dilly is a thought form that thinks and he depicts some of our most endearing (and not so endearing) human traits. Unfortunately, for the time being at least, these illustrations will not be available in my ebooks.
Dilly’s many traits are only available in paperback versions of this book.
The Sound of My Soul is the second in what I now regard as my Sound Series. It ventures behind the curtain to reveal your soul, without which you’d have no clue who you are, no chance of figuring it out and no way of knowing when you’ve arrived. Unlike books about the soul mired… [Read More]
by Renée Paule
A straight from the shoulder look at life in which the author asks some awkward questions we might prefer to swat away like an annoying fly. Questions like: Who am I? What is this life about? What is the mind? Why do we resist change? These are the questions we lock away in a tall… [Read More]
by Tom Evans
Overview This is a book about knowing and what it means to know. We don’t give our knowledge a second thought yet some of us would bet considerable amounts of money on what we know. We are proud of our retention of facts. Pub quizzes and TV quiz shows thrive on this seemingly basic desire…. [Read More]