“Learn Telepathy: Increase Your Mind Power” by Raymond Hesting

"The power of thought? How is it possible? Every thought contains within it the power of thought — your thoughts, too. You only need to know how to recognise, strengthen and apply the power of thought. Imagine welcoming a visitor, who has arrived only because you have personally chosen and invited them to visit you by the sole power of your thoughts. Numerous opportunities with friends or strangers, anywhere you like, will confirm your "fantastic" ability. Through the experiments provided, you will experience the mysterious power of telepathy and the influence of thought. Try it yourself and you'll be amazed as, with a sufficient build-up of thoughts, this and similar experiments have a high rate of...>>

“Dear Digital, We Need to Talk: A Guilt-Free Guide to Taming Your Tech Habits and Thriving in a Distracted World” by Kristy Goodwin

"Suffering with toxic tech-habits? Zoom fatigue? Digital dementia? Burnout? Many of us have adopted unhealthy and unsustainable digital habits that are not only putting a dent in our performance and productivity, they are also seriously impacting both our physical health and mental wellbeing. But it's no longer realistic to simply throw away our laptops or cancel our Netflix subscriptions. Whether we love it or loathe it, technology is here to stay. Dear Digital, We need to talk provides realistic, research-based ways to cultivate healthy and helpful digital habits that work with our brains and bodies, rather than against them. It presents a menu of practical micro-habits designed to bolster your productivity and support your wellbeing...>>

“We Are Electric : The New Science of Our Body’s Electrome” by Sally Adee

🕵️🐷🕵️ zero-day🕵️🐷🕵️ "Science journalist Sally Adee breaks open the field of bioelectricity—the electric currents that run through our bodies and every living thing—its misunderstood history, and why new discoveries will lead to new ways around antibiotic resistance, cleared arteries, and new ways to combat cancer. You may be familiar with the idea of our body's biome: the bacterial fauna that populate our gut and can so profoundly affect our health. In We Are Electric we cross into new scientific understanding: discovering your body's electrome. Every cell in our bodies—bones, skin, nerves, muscle—has a voltage, like a tiny battery. It is the reason our brain can send signals to the rest of our body, how we develop in...>>

“American Metaphysical Religion: Esoteric and Mystical Traditions of the New World” by Ronnie Pontiac

"An in-depth exploration of four centuries of American occult and spiritual history, from colonial-era alchemists to 20th-century teachers • Details how, from the very beginning, America was a vibrant blend of beliefs from all four corners of the world • Looks at well-known figures such as Manly P. Hall and offers riveting portraits of many lesser known esoteric luminaries such as the Pagan Pilgrim, Tom Morton • Reveals the Rosicrucians among the first settlers from England, the spiritual influence of enslaved people, the work of mystical abolitionists, and how Native Americans and Latinx people helped shape contemporary spirituality Most Americans believe the United States was founded by pious Christians. However, as Ronnie Pontiac reveals, from the very beginning...>>

“The I Ching for Writers: Finding the Page Inside You” by Sarah Jane Sloane

"The ancient oracle system of I Ching has provided guidance to wisdom seekers for 5,000 years. Now writers seeking ideas and motivation can take advantage of these ancient predictions, recast by Sarah Jane Sloane into relevant suggestions for contemporary writers. Each of the I Ching's 64 hexagrams, interpreted by Sloane from years of study as well as from comparisons of over fifty translations, offers commentary and direction for what the future will hold for the writer. In addition to this oracular system of advice, the book outlines the five stages of the writing process — brainstorming, planning, generating a first draft, revising the draft, and polishing — and provides a clear introduction to the...>>