Book Reviews, Interviews

Book Recommendations

Need some gift ideas for the holiday season? Now that winter is upon us, we turn inward. This is the perfect time of year to read and reflect. Take some time to read over your holiday break or give the gift of a healing book to a friend. You might want to add the books below to your Christmas list.

In the last several months of interviews, experts in their field have recommended books that have been life changing for them. Below are their recommendations. Would love to hear your thoughts if you have read any of these books!

Shane Manier- Claim Your Power by: Mastin Kipp

Kathleen McIntyre- Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health: 175 Teas, Tonics,
Oils, Salves, Tinctures, and Other Natural Remedies for the Entire
by: Rosemary Gladstar

Tonya Chavis Keener- Modern Essentials Handbook by: Aromatools

Pam Turner- The Heartfulness Way by: Kamlesh Patel

Heather Esposito- Food: What the Heck Should I Eat? or Food Fix: How to Save Our Health, Our Economy, Our Communities, and Our Planet–One Bite at a Time by: Mark Hyman

Rosemary Schnudel- Dear and Glorious Physician: A Novel About St. Luke by: Taylor Caldwell

Susan Reynolds- Sun Signs by: Linda Goodman

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Christine Lang- Loving What Is by: Byron Katie

Lora Solomon- Anatomy of the Spirit by: Caroline Myss

Elizabeth Palmisano- The Artist Way by: Julia Cameron

About the Author: Julie Glaser is a healer who creates sacred spaces for people to share, release, and grow. She’s in the habit of being in awe and wonder and writes to share her own experiences and curiosities with other inquisitive souls in the process of transforming.

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