By BJ Gallagher
By David Kundtz
A Daily Dose of Mindfulness and Meditations to Remind You to Breathe
A companion that steps in when life moves too fast. Moments in Between reminds you to stop and practice reflection on both yourself and the world around you.
Moments In Between is a book of meditations, reflections, and wise guidance that reminds you that the "spaces in between" the big events of our lives aren't meant to be forgotten, or worse, fill us with anxiety. They’re to be taken in a stride, appreciated, and reflected on. Filled with the purpose of helping you achieve your highest state of mind, this meditative guide includes:
- Inspirational quotes to shift your perspective
- Daily reflections that help you appreciate the little things
- Motivational guidance on living your best life
Learn to Take Five or Ten. Take the moments in between tasks in a busy morning, at the end of the day, as evening falls. Learn to become fully awake and remember who you are. Allow the important things in life to come back into focus and foster the potential you possess.
If you enjoyed meditative books like The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, The Untethered Soul, or A New Earth, then you’ll love Moments in Between.
By Hugh Prather
Begin Each Day in the Right State of Mind
These morning meditations by author Hugh Prather are just what you need to start your day right. His words will put you on the path to living a more loving and fulfilling life.
Daily reflections to kickstart your day. Start each morning this year with the words of bestselling author, counselor, and minister Hugh Prather. Prather asks readers to consider the holistic nature of our lives—noting that how we start our day affects everything, from our mind and spirit to our family and work. If we start in an agitated mood, we face the day with a combative spirit. But when we begin in a peaceful mood, we open the door to welcome in more opportunities and graces.
Renew your determination to become a better person. With each page of this spiritual book, you are invited to live as if you think our world and the people in it are worth caring about and worth making time for. Because when we realize that they are, and that we are all united in a unique relationship (ourselves, others, and God), we wake up to our own responsibility for what happens to us. These daily meditations ask us to reflect on the spiritual task ahead of us.
Learn more about:
- The benefits of beginning each day with a peaceful mindset and a spiritual goal in mind
- Mindfulness meditations that awaken the mind and replenish the spirit
- How to start over and become a better person
If you enjoyed books like Power Thoughts Devotional, Good Days Start with Gratitude, Sacred Rhythms, or Little Book of Mindfulness, then you’ll love Morning Notes.
By Lisa Hammond
By Hugh Prather
Start Your Day with a Dose of Happiness
This 30-day course composed of insightful thoughts and reflections will give you the encouragement you need to find happiness and inner peace.
A guide to happiness. On our journey to a happy life, sometimes we need a little help. Author Hugh Prather steps in to take the role of our compassionate and thoughtful guide in this course for finding happiness. He spent his life not only as an author but as a minister and counselor, and so lends the wisdom and comfort that he provided in those roles to readers of this inspirational book.
Quiet power in unsettled times. Prather’s signature way of writing makes this book a potent and refreshing source of truth amidst the troubles we face in our daily lives. His reflections on how to be happy are rooted in human experience, and call on us to consider our connection with others. His words call on the spiritual and yet remain relatable to all people seeking personal growth, particularly as it relates to our happiness.
Open up Hugh Prather’s Shining Through. Switch on your life, ground yourself in happiness and learn more about:
- Reflections on Prather’s own pain, observations, and ways of coping with modern life
- The art of happiness and how we can find it
- Life-changing practices that can shift how we face tragedies and fears
If you enjoyed books like A Short Guide to a Happy Life, How Happiness Happens, Getting to Good, or Lovingkindness then you’ll love Shining Through.
By Hugh Prather
Tidbits of Truth Guaranteed to Make You Think
Best-selling author and counselor Hugh Prather demonstrates how a subtle shift in perspective can change your line of thinking—for the better.
Intensely personal and universal. Lessons learned in life most often come from experience, our own or that of others. In this little volume by Hugh Prather, we dive into life lessons that stem from Prather’s personal experiences and encounters that can be applied universally. From mundane recollections to aphorisms and mantras, Prather examines things from a point of view that is both enlightening and refreshing. No matter where you are in your life journey, this book is packed with motivational thoughts that can lead to growth and change.
Perceive something different—about yourself and others. A simple shift in perspective can go a long way toward adapting our thinking and bringing about personal transformation. Prather introduces various phrases throughout his book that carry a great truth in a simple way—such as, “"I have to act the way I am before I can become something else." By calling on us to examine these little truths in a different light, we can more easily see how they apply to our own lives and the lives of those around us.
Learn more about:
- Yourself—this book promises an ongoing journey of self-discovery
- How a shift in thinking can change your life
- Universal life-lesson quotes that you can turn to again and again
If you enjoyed books like Heart Talk, The Mindful Life Journal, or The Gifts of Imperfection then you’ll love < em>Standing on My Head by Hugh Prather.
By Gale Pryor
A Bouquet of Ways to Treat Yourself Every Single Day
Whether its remembering to exercise regularly, throwing yourself a party or writing a poem, Little Indulgences is your perfect self-care guide.
Learn to treat yourself often. Being indulgent is not all about being extravagant. Being indulgent can be something as small as buying yourself flowers or cooking a recipe you have been meaning to try. Anything can be considered self-care, and with this book, filled with holistic and emotional care, you can find plenty of luxurious indulgences to help you include self-care in your day.
Find new ways to be good to yourself. Life can be stressful and take a toll on any woman. You can learn new ways to unwind and re-energize with Cynthia MacGregor’s sound advice. Between instant indulgences that reap immediate rewards, or “Rewards Over Time,” that take longer to complete, this book gives you every option you could ever dream of. With Little Indulgences, learn more about:
- Ways to be kind to yourself
- Practicing self-care
- And so much more!
If you enjoyed books like The Little Book of Lykke, Wellness Witch or The Little Book of Life Skills, then you’ll love Little Indulgences!
Having Multiple Sclerosis Doesn’t Mean You Have To Stop Living
In People with MS with the Courage to Give, twenty-four individuals come together to deliver one inspiring message about courage, adversity, and a life less ordinary.
A collection of inspirational stories that evoke courage and confidence. We don’t get to choose whether or not we have Multiple Sclerosis, but we do get to decide how we live with it. Author and MS warrior Jackie Waldmen delivers a personal message of hope in these twenty-four tales of individuals who did the unthinkable, went against the grain, and proved that a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis does not box have to box you in.
Meet inspirational people and lifelong friends. Within these pages, you’ll meet individuals with MS symptoms—but that didn’t stop them from living their best life. You'll meet Alicia Conill, an M.D. turned founder of The Disability Experience. You'll also meet Anthony Zaremba, an employee almost fired because of his shaking hands, later recognized for his success in community gardens and Brooklyn wheelchair access. People with MS with the Courage to Give offers readers:
- Powerful stories that show how nervous system disorders don’t define you
- Inspirational quotes to boost your self-esteem throughout the day
- Advice from people just like you who encourage you to do the impossible
If you enjoyed transformative books such as The Wahls Protocol, The Autoimmune Solution, or Goodbye Autoimmune Disease then you’ll love People with MS with the Courage to Give.
Understanding Your Heart Can Be Key to Your Health and Wellness
Heart Sense is a beautiful mixture of information and stories that weaves together understanding and self-improvement, contributing to your health and wellness.
The heart is the only organ that is the guardian of very complex emotions. From our heartfelt attraction to another and our heartfelt acceptance of ourselves, our hearts contain a storehouse of information, data, and memories. Much of our lives' essence and meaning is experienced on a "heart level."
There is no surer way to discover your life's destiny than to listen to your heart. Heart Sense presents a compelling combination of scientific facts and true stories to reveal the range of intelligence your heart contains. Evidence suggests that the heart is not only a muscle that pumps the blood we need to live; it also holds vital personal memories and information we need to survive. We must care for it through love, mindfulness, and meditation.
Learn how to form a stronger bond with your heart. Psychologist Paula M. Reeves designed this book to inspire personal exploration of your life's purpose. Exercises called "Heart Notes" appear throughout the chapters to help you recognize your own heart sense and use it to discover your own unlived life. This deeply personal self-help book will help you:
- Find insight into yourself
- Draw strength from within
- Take delight in the life you live
- Improve your overall sense of happiness
If you enjoyed books like Good Vibes, Good Life, Gene Keys, or Finding Your Own North Star, then you’ll love Heart Sense.
By Hugh Prather
Your Go-to Guide for Finding Happiness
Life got you down? Discover the cure to gloomy days in this book—packed with wisdom and inspiration guaranteed to bring your smile back.
The obstacles to your happiness. There are a lot of things in life that we worry and stress about. Our jobs, relationships, and possessions are important to us, and because of that, we look to them for happiness. But when they ultimately disappoint us, they act as obstacles to attaining that very happiness we thought they would bring. In this motivational book, author Hugh Prather urges readers to let go of attitudes that hold us back from experiencing happiness.
How to live a happy life. When we recognize and address the obstacles in our lives, we open the door for happiness to come in. But it doesn’t happen without putting in the work. During his years of counseling, Prather learned and developed an actual program for being happy. Through following this program, and examining our own lives, we can learn how to actively work towards achieving the happiness we all long for.
In How to Live in the World and Still Be Happy learn:
- How to find your happy life with the help of concrete exercises
- About the obstacles that may be standing in your way
- The benefits of an inspirational guide that you can return to again and again
If you enjoyed books like Resisting Happiness, How to Be Happy (Or at Least Less Sad), A Year of Positive Thinking, or Get Out of Your Own Way, then your next read should be How to Live in the World and Still Be Happy by Hugh Prather.
By Amanda Ford
The pricking anticipation of a phone call seconds before ringing, the premonition dream of birth exactly nine months before, the chance meeting that opens a new career path, the eerie realization of a loved one's death half a world away . . . From Jung to Einstein, across boundaries of culture and time, people have recognized the potential for synchronicity to reveal a hidden order to seeming random events, and to offer a glimpse of one's destiny.
In Coincidence or Destiny?, bestselling author Phil Cousineau shares more than eighty stories of coincidence, some simple, and some so extraordinary they challenge our belief system. Coincidence or Destiny? threads together what the author calls "sly winks of fate" from ordinary individuals around the world, to well-known scholars such as Larry Dossey and Huston Smith to famous movies such as Casablanca, each story demonstrates how meaningful coincidences can profoundly change and guide people's lives.
Jackie Waldman, the author of The Courage to Give and Teens with the Courage to Give, now presents the stories of fortytwo incredible teachers and the ways they went beyond the call of duty to make a difference in the lives of their students.
In these inspiring pages you'll meet Trish Hill, a teacher from Ft. Worth, Texas, who underwent radiation and chemotherapy without missing a day of school because her first graders gave her energy and courage/ and Alison Frost, a drama teacher in Houston who makes casting decisions knowing that the role may be better for the student than the student for the role. Then there's Francis Mustapha, a teacher born in a small village in Africa, who teaches in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and used a student's suicide to create an opportunity for other students to succeed. Through their courageous firstperson stories, these men and women prove that teachers are true everyday heroes.
"Each of us remembers the teacher who made a difference in our lifethat special person who has given us a glimpse of what we may accomplish or who we may become. By honoring teachers, and learning their lessons, we will cocreate a safer, kinder world." Jackie Waldman
Daily Reflections on Love
The meaning and magic of love. Love is one of the most powerful forces we can experience in this world. It touches us in unexpected and profound ways each day, but it can also confuse and confound us at times. Bestselling author and beloved emotional healer Daphne Rose Kingma, dubbed “The Love Doctor,” writes with startling clarity on the subject of love and its many facets. She guides readers through the various elements and expressions of love with each page of this book.
Reflect on the love in your life. There is love to be found in each day of our lives if we know how to look for and practice it. Kingma provides daily meditations for each day of the year, perfect for starting or finishing our days. By reflecting on the words she shares about love, we are provided with a guide for living out the journey of life with a heart brimming with compassion.
Find inspiration each day. Each day brings with it a new opportunity to share in and spread love. With the help of Kingma’s words, readers are able to see clearly the many-faceted possibilities that love brings. This little book serves to inspire, affirm, remind, encourage, support, and comfort each person who picks it up. With her characteristic prose and warmhearted style, Kingma has crafted a source of love in it of itself to be shared with readers of all ages.
Open up Daphne Rose Kingma’s 365 Days of Love and discover…
- A reflection for every day of the year with a fresh perspective on love
- Clarity on how to see love in its many forms
- An inspiring book for couples and individuals alike offering insight on self-love and outward love
If you’ve read other books on practicing love such as Hold Me Tight, Journey to the Heart, Loving Bravely, and Eight Dates, you’ll enjoy Daphne Rose Kingma’s reflections on love in 365 Days of Love.
The Art of Living Well Year-Round
An abundant sourcebook of ideas, inspirational quotes, recipes, and activities, Simple Pleasures shows you how to appreciate the simple things that make up your daily life.
Secrets to happiness. Happiness in today’s frantic world is to learn how to enjoy less than we can afford. Rediscover the pleasures our grandparents knew when life was quieter and slower. When children without TVs knew how to amuse themselves. When pleasures were made not bought and enjoyed all the more because of it. From the recipe for a homemade herbal bath to quick and easy recommendations for an instant room makeover, the suggestions collected in this book offer a new appreciation for the everyday activities that nurture and comfort you.
Self-care made easy. Organized seasonally and full of touching stories, practical tips, and dozens of satisfying crafts, Simple Pleasures is both a guide to and a celebration of the art of living well. Inside, find self-care tips and learn how to:
- Make your own perfume and body lotion
- Create old fashioned sachets
- Bake the world’s best cookies
If you enjoyed other books in the Simple Pleasures series by Susannah Seton such as 365 Simple Pleasures, Simple Pleasures of the Home, and Simple Pleasures for the Holidays or books like The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care, The Self Care Prescription, or The Spirit Almanac, you’ll love 365 Simple Pleasures.
365 Days of Self-Care Strategies
Aim to be the best version of yourself year round with daily arts and crafts, recipes, and pampering ideas.
Seasonal self-care. 365 Simple Pleasures makes it easier than ever to take care of yourself throughout the year. As the seasons change, so do these self-care ideas. Whether installing a low maintenance cactus garden in the summer or crafting scented candles for the holidays, these self-care activities take good care of the mind, body, and soul.
Self-care made easy. Along with easy, daily activities, author Susannah Seton explains why we enjoy each of these simple pleasures and why simple joys really do go a long way. Inside, find self-care tips and learn how to:
- Release stress with lavender and rosemary crafts
- Pamper yourself with a DIY spa day
- Bake comfort foods like bread and maple candy
If you enjoyed books like The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care, The Self Care Prescription, or The Spirit Almanac, you’ll love 365 Simple Pleasures.
According to the Trends Research Institute, simplicity will be the social movement of the next ten years. Sure to benefit from this is the holiday season, which is more stressful than satisfying for many people. In her fourth Simple Pleasures book, author Susannah Seton shows how to find true satisfaction in the holidays by making them less expensive, less frantic, and more meaningful. Simple Pleasures for the Holidays takes an expansive approach, covering Halloween, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Chinese New Year, Hanukkah, the Mexican Day of the Dead, and Irish and Islamic holidays. The premise is that shared experience is what people value most, and the book itself a collage of inspirational stories from people around the world along with recipes, crafts, and suggestions for communal fun embodies this.