Michael A Singer$18.95 $17.43
Barbara's Pick: How to open up to the radical idea of simply being yourself and dwelling in the present.
Paulo Coelho$16.99 $15.63
Audrey's Pick: Paulo Coelho's rich allegory about reading signs and omens, following one's destiny and finding treasure within one's soul.
Kahlil Gibran$15.00 $13.80
Jeff's Pick: Divine poetic essays on pleasure, love, joy, marriage, sorrow, friendship - in short, everything. This edition illustrated with Gibran's own drawings.
Paramahansa Yogananda$8.50 $7.82
Audrey's pick: Countless seekers have been introduced to the world of yoga and meditation via the life story of Paramahansa Yogananda first published in 1946. Why? Because it is the consummate work on expanding one's capability.
Thich Nhat Hanh$16.00 $14.72
Audrey's Pick: Simple practices for turning mindless actions into mindful moments that raise us to a higher consciousness.
Eckhart Tolle$17.00 $15.64
Jeff's Pick: Waking up to how pain really is created in life and how living in the present - rather than the mind - removes that pain.
Don Miguel Ruiz and Janet Mills$12.95 $11.91
Jennifer's Pick: Toltec wisdom for unconditional love achieved in four simple principles.
The Book of Awakening: Having the Life You Want by Being Present to the Life You Have (20th Anniversary Edition)
Mark Nepo$18.95 $17.43
Audrey's Pick: Incorporating many spiritual traditions, poet, philosopher and cancer survivor Mark Nepo provides us with a place of comfort and support in trying times.
Mark Booth$16.95 $15.59
Jeff's Pick: A tour of the world's secret past. It has been said, history is written by the victors. Here is an alternative history that deviates from the corrupted perception of the winners.
Barbara's Pick: 365 lessons on how to make the conscious choice to bring about a mind shift from fear to love.
Coleman Barks$17.99 $16.55
Jeff's Pick: Coleman Barks is the preeminent interpreter of the mystic poet Rumi's works into modern English. In Barks' own words, these particular poems are essential not by virtue of what they're about as much as how they speak from within. The collection is, at once, both whimsical and profound.
Julia Cameron$17.00 $15.64
Jeff's Pick: Here is your inspiration to embark on a creative journey. Especially useful are Cameron's techniques to free up areas where your creative process might get stuck.
Ram Dass$17.17 $15.80
Audrey's Pick: The seminal work which ushered in a New Awakening in the west 50 years ago. How the Woodstock Generation transformed from a caterpillar to a butterfly.
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross$17.00 $15.64
Audrey's Pick: By the foremost authority on unconditional love in death and dying, as well as coping with grief, Elisabeth's five stages of grief have brought comfort to millions of people and still serves as the pinnacle of all guides for caregivers around the world.
Mitch Albom$17.00 $15.64
Jennifer's Pick: I've read this book many, many times. It shows how important it is to have a positive attitude, and how kindness is a lasting legacy. And I love the relationship between Mitch & Morrie, and how committed they both are to their Tuesdays together, and how that helped Mitch to grow as a person.
Spiral Dance, the - 20th Anniversary: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Goddess: 20th Anniversary Edition (Anniversary)
Jeff's Pick: I must admit that until purchasing Mirabai 20 years ago, the sum total of my witchcraft knowledge was limited to childhood memories of Bewitched. This book was my introduction to Wicca and what a revelation! Brilliantly written and informative. A great starting point for anyone interested in the path of the goddess.
Marion Weinstein$18.95 $17.43
Audrey's Pick: My introduction to metaphysics in the 1980s. Marion Weinstein was a treasure trove of spiritual wisdom.
Esther Hicks and Jerry Hicks$15.99 $14.71
Jennifer's Pick: This was the book that really showed me that everything is energy, and how you attract into your life what you put out into the universe. It remains one of my favorites!
Bruce H. Lipton$16.99 $15.63
Barbara's Pick: I found this a compelling read of how a traditionally trained “Western” stem cell biologist came to understand how our thoughts (beliefs-both positive and negative) affect our health and happiness. The author shares both his personal transformation and scientific discoveries.
Natalie Goldberg$14.95 $13.75
Jeff's Pick: Chock full of practical advice: inspiring, hopeful, interesting and encouraging.
Betty Edwards$20.00 $18.40
Jeff's Pick: If you are at all stressed, wandering over to the right side of your brain will get you out of it. This book shows you how.
Thich Nhat Hanh and Lilian Cheung$16.99 $15.63
Audrey's Pick: Thich Nhat Hanh's guidebook for conscious cuisine. A lot of times we take eating for granted - read this book and you'll appreciate every moment spent with food.
Sri Swami Satchidananda$17.95 $16.51
Jeff's Pick: As a non-practitioner, I found this introduction to yoga theory nonetheless seductive. An especially masterful overview for understanding the sutras.
B. K. S. Iyengar$22.00 $20.24
Audrey's Pick: A comprehensive classic on the philosophy and practice of Hatha Yoga. What I found especially useful is a section on using specific Asanas and combinations to hasten recovery from a variety of illnesses. When you're ready to get serious about the practice.
Sharon Gannon and David Life$34.99 $32.19
Audrey's Pick: A staple at Mirabai for yoga practitioners. It is the only book of its kind that teaches the teacher how to effectively assist their students individually and the essential flow of that very important relationship.
Various and Daniel Ladinsky$22.00 $20.24
Audrey's Pick: Poetry of both Western and Eastern mystics, all of them rooted in a love of God and humanity. So much grace. Fascinating profiles of each poet also.
Anita Barrows$16.00 $14.72
Jeff's Pick: Fresh interpretations of some of Rilke's most odes to the divine. These non-literal translations beautifully capture all of the Rilke's essence, both dark and light.
Michael Harner$16.99 $15.63
Audrey's Pick: A fairly broad survey of Shamanic practices throughout the world. If you're at all curious about Shamanism and Shamanic healing, this is a good place to start.
Ted Andrews$22.95 $21.11
Jeff's Pick: A book that brings the wonder of the natural world to the forefront. You'll be thumbing through this book over and over as the signs and omens of the plant kingdom present themselves.
John O'Donohue$16.99 $15.63
Barbara's Pick: An exploration of the energy of the soul and its intersection with the rest of the world, especially the natural world. A wealth of Celtic wisdom. The Irish blessing at the end of each section is a lovely bonus.
Luc Bodin, Jean Graciet, et al.$14.95 $13.75
Audrey's Pick: So simple and so profound. This book will come to you when it's needed, but honestly, we ALL need it.
Jon Kabat-Zinn$17.00 $15.64
Jeff's Pick: A classic. Lays out the core principles of mindfulness for those new to it, and will also deepen the practice of those already acquainted with it. Kabat-Zinn's approach is practical, his writing superb.
Shunryu Suzuki$19.95 $18.35
Jeff's Pick: An excellent introduction to Zen practice. From posture during meditation to the concept of non-duality, the entire Zen Buddhist philosophy is laid out so lucidly here, with an abundance of insight all along the way.
Joseph Goldstein$19.95 $18.35
Audrey's Pick: The foundations of Buddhist meditation practice are laid out here masterfully by Goldstein. Comprehensive, classical, exquisite.
Mary K. Greer$24.95 $22.95
Audrey's Pick: Insightful exploration of the tarot and the workbook exercises are very inventive and useful in honing your intuitive abilities. If you're into tarot, you'll never want to part with this book. Ever.
Karen McCoy and Jan Spiller$19.00 $17.48
Jeff's Pick: Not only shines a light on your birth chart but how it all translates to your soul and the issues you face in your life. When you're ready to dig deeper into yourself.
Audrey's Pick: Astonishing, instructive and a true classic of spiritual literature. It's as illuminating on mysticism, meditation and esoteric Christianity, as it is on the tarot. If you have even a smattering of interest in western mysticism, this book is an essential.
Carlos Castaneda$9.99 $9.19
Jeff's Pick: A quest for self knowledge among the indigenous people's of Mexico. A story of magic, the power of intention and conviction. But the question remains, is this fiction or non-fiction? It's part of the magic.
Anita Diamant$18.00 $16.56
Barbara's Pick: The Book of Genesis is not a text brimming with women's stories. Enter Dinah, daughter of Jacob, who ushers us into the world of the Red Tent and ancient womanhood. An intimate portrait of the women are only hinted at in the Bible. Their stories are triumphant.
Dan Millman$15.95 $14.67
Jeff's Pick: The story of a young man who's stymied quest for athletic excellence opens the door to a unexpected mentor who enlightens his life's journey.
Hermann Hesse$15.00 $13.80
Jeff's Pick: Perhaps the most inspiring tale of self discovery and coming of age ever written.
Shel Silverstein$17.99 $16.55
Jeff's Pick: Shel Silverstein's classic story of giving and receiving and unconditional love is as relevant today as the day it was in the sixties. Ages 4 to 8
Etan Boritzer and Robbie Marantz$7.95 $7.31
Audrey's Pick: The first of many simple yet profound questions in Etan Boritzer's fantastic series of "What Is" Books. Explains so clearly to kids what seems so complex to adults. Ages 5 to 7
Madeleine l'Engle$6.99 $6.43
Jeff's Pick: This tale of time and dimension travel takes kids on a journey of wonder and the battle of good and evil. Ages 10 to 14
Anodea Judith$19.99 $18.39
Jeff's Pick: An examination of the chakra system through the lens of Jungian psychology and childhood trauma, and its application to family dynamics, addiction, co-dependence and sexuality.
Barbara Ann Brennan$30.00 $27.60
Audrey's Pick: Physicist and healer Barbara Brennan examines the Human Energy Field, the vehicle through which we create our own health and illnesses, enabling us to heal ourselves.T
Heal Your Body/New Cover: The Mental Causes for Physical Illness and the Metaphysical Way to Overcome Them
Louise L. Hay$12.99 $11.95
Jennifer's Pick: Easy step-by-step guide to addressing your specific health challenge. Hay helps you find the root cause of the issue and what you need to overcome it by creating a new thought pattern.
Audrey's Pick: The chronicled conversations of one of India's most revered gurus with his followers serves as a primer to the life-changing practice of self-inquiry.
Jeff's Pick: The oracle of oracles. The I Ching contains all the answers. The Wilhelm-Baynes translation is the definitive English rendering of this lyrical masterpiece. Read a little everyday. The lessons are immense.
Eknath Easwaran$11.95 $10.99
Audrey's Pick: Eswaren's interpretation of this most revered Hindu scripture is imbued with a beautiful simplicity. It's key lessons of service to others and being present are as crucial now as they ever were.
Stephen Mitchell$14.99 $13.79
Audrey's Pick: My favorite translation is this edition by Stephen Mitchell. An old and subtle classic teaching made thrillingly new.
Marianne Williamson$16.99 $15.63
Barbara's Pick: Marianne Williamson shares her take on A Course in Miracles, and illustrates how the acceptance of love in our daily routines is the real key to inner peace.
David R Hawkins$18.99 $17.47
Audrey's Pick: Serving as a summation of all Hawkins' writings, this treatise lays out an elegant system for letting go of negative emotion.
Brené Brown$17.00 $15.64
Jennifer's Pick: Brown's 12 years of research challenges everything we think about our vulnerability. Stepping into the arena and embracing that vulnerability is a direct path to acquiring courage and really connecting with life.
Byron Katie and Stephen Mitchell$16.99 $15.63
Audrey's Pick: As Byron Katie states, “It’s not the problem that causes our suffering, it’s our thinking about the problem.” Once you learn The Work - based on four vital questions - you won't have to figure out how to let go of pain. It will let go of you.
Ram Dass$16.00 $14.72
Audrey's Pick: Ram Dass, who taught us all how to Be Here Now, demonstrates how to age gracefully and wisely.