Book Of The Week: The 12 Stages of Healing

Every now and then, I re-read books that’ve had a strong impact on me. Recently, I rediscovered “The 12 Stages of Healing” by Donald M. Epstein. One of the reasons this book had such a strong impression on me was the reminder that we need to reunite with aspects of ourselves that have been alienated,Continue reading “Book Of The Week: The 12 Stages of Healing”

Book Of The Week: Healing Ancestral Karma

How often do you think about your ancestors? If it isn’t very often, don’t worry, you’re not alone.  Many of us have forgotten our ancestors and are more focused on ourselves as individuals. While there’s nothing wrong with being an individual, it’s important to remember our inherited characteristics and how they affect our lives. IContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Healing Ancestral Karma”


If you are interested in shamanism, I may have a good book recommendation for you. Hank Wesselman, Ph.D., is an anthropologist who suddenly experienced an altered state of consciousness back in the 1980s. He describes the experience as being paralyzed by ecstatic feelings of power or force, although he was fully awake and very aware.Continue reading “Visionseeker “

Insights from The Holy Science

If you have stuck with me on this blog over the past eight months, thank you! If you’re new here, welcome! Today’s focus is about unity and Jnanavatar Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri’s book “The Holy Science“ explains how we are all united under one God. Specifically, what is established is a fundamental harmony between theContinue reading “Insights from The Holy Science”

The Spiritual Roots of Yoga

There are many modalities that we can practice without even knowing the history of why it was developed and practiced in the first place. For me, one of those modalities is Yoga. In “The Spiritual Roots of Yoga,” Ravi Ravindra provides a brief but in-depth narrative of Yoga.  Yoga is the longing for and realizationContinue reading “The Spiritual Roots of Yoga”