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The Crossing – Interview With Lela Ashkarian

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Book review for the internationally released book, The Crossing by Lela Ashkarian.

This week instead of doing a simple book review about the book of the week this week, I have had the opportunity to interview Lela Ashkarian, live from her office in the Florida Keys.

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Eckhart Tolle – A New Earth – Book Review

Sunday, October 24th, 2010

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We all want to be happy, we all want to have a life of peace and harmony, but so very few of us have what we want. So many people spend their lives wishing that things could be different, feeling unhappy with the way things have happened.

So many people carry sadness because of something that happened in our past, from our childhood of from a relationship that failed or form a loss of some kind. We create a story about what happened and derive a meaning about it that creates a meaning about who we are and what our life is about. In the process we lose the truth about life and become a ‘little me’ that has a sad story.

In ‘A New Earth’ Eckhart Tolle shows how the ego thrives on the stories about our past and the fears we have for the future, taking us away from the true happiness that we have within, the peace that brings harmony to the world.

This book is my constant companion. I have read it several times now and I keep it next to my bed so that I can pick it up and read one of the many passages I have highlighted.

This book really showed me the way in which we become bound by the stories that we create around the events of the past or the situations of the present. When we can simply see that the story is just that a story, then the process of finding peace has begun.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough, it is not an inspirational book or a success manual, it is a clear and insightful journey into the way our beliefs about the world, shape our perception about who we are and shows how to become free of identification with these stories.

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Meditations for every day in the year book review

Friday, October 15th, 2010

Written by James Allen at the beginning of the 20th century, Meditations for Every Day in the Year provides an invaluable daily space for contemplation and reflexion.
This is not a book designed to be read from cover to cover, instead every passage for contemplation is dated and designed to be read on that day. This means it is a book you can enjoy every day for a few minutes and then meditate on the contents of the passage.

This is the longest book James Allen produced, with 366 daily meditations, each dated throughout the year. This is a wonderful year long journey into contemplation and meditation that will leave you at the end of the year wiser and more at peace than ever before.

I thoroughly enjoy this book every day and cannot recommend it highly enough.

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