Suggested Reading List
by Emmette E. Miller
“Deep Healing brings new hope and a sigh of relief to every reader..as it awakens even the most skeptical..to the miraculous, inborn, self healing capacities of our own mind-body.” The author, originally trained as a traditional western medical doctor, and now practicing as an alternative practitioner, will grab your attention in the first few pages. I couldn’t put this book down, especially during the first chapter. I found the need to meditate in between chapters to calm my overwhelming mistrust and anger towards the western medical establishment discussed in this powerful book.
When Healing Becomes a Crime
by Kenny Ausubel
“When Healing Becomes a Crime exposes the overall failure of the War on Cancer, while revealing how yesterday’s unorthodox treatments are emerging as tomorrow’s medicine“. The book details the fight Harry Hoxsey, who claimed to have a cure for cancer, had with the medical establishment, in many states across America. It is a fascinating look into the extraordinary power of the AMA (American Medical Association) had then, and still does today, over treatments and procedures that threaten the pocketbook of the traditional longstanding pharmaceutical and medical community.
The Hoxsey Clinic, which now exists in Tijuana, Mexico, had and continues to have, a very high success rate in effective treatment and extended remission of cancer, with thousands of patients as proof.
Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills
by Russell Blaylock
Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills opens a fresh view on the hazardous relationship of certain foods to the brain. Excitotoxin is a substance added to foods and beverages that literally stimulates neurons to death, causing brain damage of varying degrees. It can be found in monosodium glutamate, aspartame (Nurasweet©), cysteine, hydrolyzed protein and aspartic acid. I Guarantee you will be looking very closely at the list of ingredients in your food, after reading this book.
by Oriah Mountain Dreamer
If you have not explored this authors work, you are missing out on some real soulful and provocative reading and thought. Reviews say that “If you want to live more deeply, honestly and passionately, you must read this book” and “that it its wisdom could become a lifelong companion engaging and awakening the soul.” Some of the writing in this and other Oriah books (The Dance, The Call) are quoted elsewhere on this website.
The Four Agreements
by Don Miguel Ruiz
“The Four Agreements reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering…it offers a powerful code of conduct..that can transform our lives to a new experience of freedom..”
The Five People You Meet In Heaven
by Mitch Albom
The author of Tuesdays with Morrie also wrote The Five People You Meet In Heaven. “This fable …and tale lets you see yourself and the world anew...through many of the rich characters…portrayed in the book.”
By Jeffrey Eugenides
Middlesex tells the story, partially autobiographical, of the gender confusion of the main character, Calliope Stephanides. It is a fascinating human character study that really gets you thinking about the differences, or lack of, between men and women. It is hard to put down once you start reading it.
Meditations for Men Who Do Too Much
by Jonathon Lazar
Meditations for Men Who Do Too Much is a great little book for men caught up in the daily cycle of work, achieve, acquire. “If you are a man…and are ready to go deeper than paychecks and meetings…,” this is a good read. It is a wake up call to life.