Readers who enjoy Abraham Hicks and Wayne Dyer will enjoy The Supernatural Power of Thought. Goi presents an incredible message about our innate abilities.
Your reality is your focus. Is it filled with happiness or negativity? Penney Peirce pulls readers into a new level of awareness with Leap of Perception. Many people go through their whole lives not knowing they have the power to shift their reality with attention.
You know Christmas, Hanukah, and maybe a little bit about Kwanzaa, but Yule? What is that? Sounds like a delicious holiday drink!
When I say occult, you’re probably thinking secret societies practicing dark magic, right? The media has it all wrapped in its hyped-up stereotypes (especially those Illuminati Taco Bell commercials). The occult refers to hidden knowledge. The term stems from Latin meaning “secret” or “hidden.”
Mitch Horowitz composed Occult America as an overview of alternative spiritualities rising in early America, not glorified conspiracy porn (I tend to read those anyway). These beliefs include theosophy, alchemy, Hoodoo/Voodoo (there’s a major difference), and New Thought.
Creating Money can help you change your mind about money. This book reminds readers they are the source of their wealth. The belief that money only comes from the external world is an illusion. Your source of wealth doesn’t come from your parents, employer, or your fancy college degree, it’s you.
I honestly wasn’t expecting The Hermetica to read differently than the previous Hermetic books I’ve read. This book is more academic than anything! You’re not going to understand every page at once.