For Like-Minded People

I just returned from a week-long family wedding in Vegas.  I know, my life sucks.  We rented a mansion and sat by the pool until we had to put down our drinks and stand up with the Bride and Groom.  Then we had to dance all night.  It was a burden.

At one point some of us engaged in a lengthy conversation about Spiritual Conventions and the like.  I wrote down some resources I wanted to follow up on and share them here.  Two stones as it were.  I own the first three books, the others come highly recommended from relatives.  My husband likes the Quantum Physics documentary at the end.

Simple Abundance, A Daybook of Comfort and Joy - Sarah Ban Breathnach.
From the back of the book "...a book of 366 evocative essays--one for every day of your year--written for women who wish to live by their own lights."
Also see her website:

The Artist's Way, A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity - Julia Cameron
From the back of the book "Julia Cameron leads you through a comprehensive twelve-week program to recover your creativity..."
Also see:

Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting - Lynn Grabhorn
From the back of the book "...Lynn Grabhorn introduces us to the amazing Law of Attraction..."
Also see:

You Can Heal Your Life - Louise L. Hay
From the Google site: "Her key message is: "If we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed."
Also see:

Dying To Be Me - Anita Moorjani
From Anita Moorjani's website: "Anita shares her experience of entering another dimension and being given a choice of whether to return to life or not."
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The Quantum Activist - Dr. Amit Goswami
From a plot summary at:, "This film bridges the gap between God and Science."
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  1. Thanks Dani, I have looked at the books and I have read 3 of them a long time ago. will check out the rest. Great post enjoyed reading it.

  2. thanks for dropping by, Athena. See you at Wana :)


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