A Literary Spirit

Purchase Big Fat Lies from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. Big Fat Lies Women Tell ThemselvesBy Amy Ahlers Review: In this insightful book, Amy Ahlers basically lays out all of the destructive lies that women tell themselves (or are indirectly told or influenced by in our society).  The lies are numerous and diverse.  Lies about relationships…

Purchase How to be Happy all the Time from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. How to be Happy all the Time Paramhansa Yogananda Review: Yoga and meditation practitioners usually come across Yogananda at some point on their spiritual journey.  The Indian spiritual teacher who penned the book Autobiography of a Yogi is legendary—mostly because his account…

Purchase Simply Jesus from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. Simply Jesus By N.T Wright Review: I read one of N.T. Wright’s earlier works called Simply Christian and found the volume spell-binding.  I had never before read an account of Christianity—in study and practice—that was as inspiring as his.  What I liked most was that N.T. Wright…

Purchase Visionary State from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. Visionary State: A Journey through California’s Spiritual Landscape Review: There are few spiritual photography books out on the market.  Some present wispy and mystical photos of Mother Nature’s richness.  Others focus on human creations that seem to close the gap between heaven and earth.  Still others focus…

Purchase Moon Phase Astrology from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. Moon Phase Astrology By Raven KalderaReview:I’m a Taurus.  More specifically, I’m a cusp Aries-Taurus—which means I’m an earth sign with some fire qualities.  That sums up my present knowledge of my personal astrology.  I’ve always wanted to have my charts read by a qualified astrologer but…

Purchase Cultivating the Mind of Love from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. Cultivating the Mind of Love Review:Thich Nhat Hanh is clearly a beautiful soul.  He is a peace activist, a Buddhist teacher, ordained monk and a gifted poet and writer.  And while he seems as though he might be removed from the challenges of post-modern…

Purchase Wisdom of the Plant Devas from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. Wisdom of the Plant Devas: Herbal Medicine for a New Earth By Thea Summer Deer Review: The idea of plants as medicine or sources of healing is becoming more mainstream.  But aside from smoothie supplements and herbal teas, it’s hard to get a really…

Purchase The Knowing Heart from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. The Knowing Heart By Kabir Helminski Review: Sufism has always felt like a mystical religion to me—and one that is beyond my grasp.  As much as I felt attracted to Sufism in my life, I was always too intimidated by Sufi acts of worship such as…

Purchase One Minute Mindfulness from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. One Minute Mindfulness By Donald Altman Review: There is a time and a place for bite-sized spirituality and One Minute Mindfulness is a book that perfectly fulfills this need.  It literally offers tips that can be digested in one minute—and that are perfect for readers who…

Purchase The Life and Love of Trees from the Beliefnet Shopping Mall. The Life and Love of Trees By Lewis Blackwell Review: Coffee table books usually don’t impress me.  In the nineties, it seemed like you had to have stacks of them strategically placed around your house to be considered hip.  But on moving day,…

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Taz Tagore

Taz Tagore is a leading social entrepreneur, author and leadership expert. She founded the award-winning non-profit called The Reciprocity Foundation that helps homeless youth access higher education and start innovative careers. She also actively writes about and teaches leadership to senior executives at Fortune 500 corporations and at universities including New York University and the University of Toronto. Taz’s work has been featured in countless publications such as the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal and she has been featured on a wide variety of nationally broadcast television and radio shows.

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