We polled our contributors and asked for their top books, art, literature, and videos that uplift, and feed the soul.
Every issue we will list our Top Media! Here is our Spring list of must have's and must see's.
Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No To Take Control of Your Life
by Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend
Lyndall ‘s Review - “The concepts in Boundaries changed my life for the better, and I rarely say that of any book. It taught me how to be my own person and have healthy, life-giving relationships with other people. I no longer feel guilty for saying no, and I’ve learned how to relate without draining myself. The book is written from a Christian perspective, but I believe EVERYONE, religious or not, can benefit from the principles of Boundaries. (I would skip the first chapter though because it’s cheesy.)”
For more information: http://www.boundariesbooks.com/boundaries-books/
Brene Brown's Vulnerability TED Talk
“Brené Brown studies human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity.
A talk to share.”
Empath Series by Kim Wuirch
“Just finished Waking up an Empath. Such a great book written from the heart. I learned so much and highly recommend.”
“Loved this book - it's informative and personal to a point where you feel like you are not alone in your gifts. I learned a lot and felt confident in pursuing more knowledge about being an empathic clairvoyant.”
We'Moon 2020: Wake Up Call - Your favorite Astrological Moon Phase date book filled with art and writing by women from around the world. This iconic astrological datebook, is a best-selling moon calendar and earth-spirited handbook in natural rhythms.
A visionary collection of women’s creative art and writing, now in our 39th year! We'Moon features art and writing from women from around the world, with daily astrological information and moon phases, in a week-at-a-glance format.
Lost Connections by Johann Hari
Lyndall’s Review - “TLost Connections explores the roots of depression in modern culture. It’s phenomenally well-written and reads like a mystery story, though it’s non-fiction. Hari talks about how disconnection from our selves, our past, our communities and our spirits contributes to the modern epidemic of depression. More than that, he gives us suggestions for how we can begin to restore the connections we have lost. Enlightening, and hopefully the start of a broader discussion on cultural amplifiers of depression.”
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