The Code of the Extraordinary Mind
by Vishen Lakhiani (Rodale, May, paper,
$26.99, ISBN 978-1-62336-708-4)
Lakhiani, founder and
CEO of educational technology company
Mindvalley, provides a
blueprint for breaking
through destructive routines and unproductive
feelings by blending computational
thinking with modern spirituality and
Silence and Beauty
by Makoto Fujimura
(IVP, May, hardcover, $26
Fujimura unearths universal implications about
faith, suffering, and art in
this focused literary study of one novel,
Shusaku Endo’s Silence.
A Ceremony Called Life
by Tehya Sky (Sounds True, July, paper,
$16.95, ISBN 978-1-62203-713-1)
Sky challenges readers to bring the focus
and energy of important ceremonial
events to everyday life.
Grace Without God
by Katherine Ozment
(Harper Wave, June,
hardcover, $25.99, ISBN
Journalist Ozment sets off
on a quest through secular
America to find spirituality uncoupled
from traditional notions of God.
Walking in Beauty by Harry K.
Roberts (The Press at Trinidad Art,
July, paper, $13, ISBN
An exploration of
wisdom and beauty
through Roberts’s study
with Yurok Indian spiritual leader Rober Spott.
Walking with Plato
by Gary Hayden
(One World, July, paper,
Hayden contemplates the
nature of philosophical
thought, from David Thoreau to
Bertrand Russell, and fine living while
tackling one of Britain’s most challenging hikes.
Chicken Soup for the Soul:
The Power of Gratitude by Amy
Newmark and Deborah
Norville (Chicken Soup
for the Soul, Aug., paper,
A collection of 101
inspiring true stories of
people who changed their lives through
practicing gratitude for what they have,
instead of focusing on what they don’t.
Being thankful has been scientifically
proven to improve health, cognitive
function, and relationships.
This Life Is Joy
by Roger Teel
hardcover, $25.95, ISBN
Spiritual teacher Teel
offers fables and discussions of fundamental principles to open
up thinking about how to live a more
joy-filled, authentic life.
After Awareness by Greg Goode
(Non-Duality/New Harbinger, Nov.,
paper, $16.95, ISBN 978-1-62625-809-9)
Goode, an adherent to the Direct Path
philosophy of non-dual
attempts to collapse concepts of mind and body,
aims to show the path
toward more awareness,
openness, and love.
Department | RELIGION Many Voices,
Nineteen leading teachers o;er
insights and practices for embracing
our fundamental worthiness.
Paperback • 219 pages
US $16.95 • 978-1-62203-713-1
Provocative teachings to help us discover
the sacredness of every moment.
Paperback • 187 pages
US $16.95 • 978-1-62203-467-3
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