Posts in Book Of The Week
Book Of The Week - The Little Book of Saturn by Aliza Einhorn

In all of our lives comes a time when things just don’t seem to go our way, and it’s struggle after struggle. If you are there – it might be a good thing! How so? Well, maybe Saturn has something to teach you, and you just don’t understand the message. Don’t worry though, because we have an amazing book that can teach you all about Saturn’s language, lessons, and survival tips, and it’s called - The Little Book of Saturn: Astrological Gifts, Challenges, and Returns by Aliza Einhorn.

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Book of the Week - A Beginner's Guide to Pendulum Dowsing by Brenda Hunt

Snuggled up in your blanket, reading a book, is there even a more perfect way to spend your days than that? What does your inner voice say? Speaking of which, if you have always been interested in developing your intuition, you probably stumbled upon the most used intuition development tools – pendulums. But, they are hard to figure outright? Don’t worry, because we have the perfect book for you to check out – a great read, and an even better teacher when it comes to the language of pendulums - A Beginner's Guide to Pendulum Dowsing by Brenda Hunt.

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Book Of The Week - Surviving Saturn's Return by Sherene Schostak & Weiss Iris Stefanie

A Saturn Return can cause a lot of turmoil in your life, but ultimately you will find your right direction in life. And while the period after a Saturn Return is a blissful one, surviving a Saturn Return is not an easy task. Which is why we are sharing this amazing book with you – “Surviving Saturn's Return: Overcoming the Most Tumultuous Time of Your Life” by Sherene Schostak, Weiss Iris Stefanie

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Book of the Week – Pebbles of Perception by Laurence Endersen

Prepare yourself, because this week we have chosen a very tiny book that packs a huge punch. We are talking of course about – Pebbles of Perception by Laurence Endersen. If you have been feeling a little lost in life, then this is the right book for you, because it touches on so many subjects and hits right to the core of each one.

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