Category: Reviews

The 8 Laws of Change: How to Be an Agent of Personal and Social Transformation

8 LAWS OF CHANGE by Stephan A. Schwartz packs centuries of time-tested wisdom about how to successfully effect long-lasting positive change in the world. Schwartz shares insights from five decades of his personal experiences, starting with the American civil rights movement of the 1960s, and continuing forward to today. Until 8 LAWS OF CHANGE, those of […]


Life on the Edge: The Coming of Age of Quantum Biology

“Life on the Edge” provides an excellent overview of exciting discoveries and breakthroughs in the brand new field of quantum biology. Molecular biologist JohnJoe McFadden teams up with physicist Jim Al-Khalili to provide just the right amount of scientific background in order that non-scientifically educated readers can understand what kinds of quantum phenomena are being […]


The Internet to the Inner-net by Gopi Kallayil

 Five Ways to Reset Your Connection and Live a Conscious Life Are you overwhelmed by social media and technology? Are you feeling more and more disconnected from yourself and others as your life spirals into sensory overload? If so, this book is for you. Here is the support you need to tune up–and tune into–your […]


Fully Charged, Physics of the Soul, Time is Art

Fully Charged by Tom Rath Making small changes in our lives can pay big dividends, and that’s the message at the heart of the new documentary, “Fully Charged,” created by best-selling author Tom Rath and award-winning director David Martin. The film illustrates how engaging in certain kinds of actions can lead to a more fulfilling, […]


Life and Death by Tim Braun

The job of a medium is to connect with dead people. It’s perfectly understandable that a child exhibiting this ability would either freak people out or be accused of an overactive imagination. Neither option is a lot of fun for a kid, so it’s understandable that Tim Braun suppressed this ability for many years. It […]