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Paths Between Head and Heart, by Oliver Robinson

Paths Between Head and Heart engages the reader in becoming receptive to the correlations between science and spirituality.
Jung, Buddhism, and the Incarnation of Sophia by Henry Corbin

Jung, Buddhism, and the Incarnation of Sophia, by Henry Corbin

Jung, Buddhism, and the Incarnation of Sophia: Unpublished Writings from the Philosopher of the Soul did not fail to satisfy.

Witchbody, by Sabrina Scott

I absolutely adore the way Sabrina Scott crosses all sorts of boundaries to weave together the marvelous story that is Witchbody.
The Sacred Conspiracy, reviewed at Spiral Nature

Sacred Conspiracy, edited by Marina Galletti and Alastair Brotchie

The Sacred Conspiracy is a book to be revisited, mulled over and discussed.
Water drop, photo by Ron Kroetz

What is mindfulness, anyway? Reviews of five new books

Sure, mindfulness won't solve all your problems, but it may bring realization, joy, and more spiritual awareness into your life.
Five Meditations on Death, by Francois Cheng

Five Meditations on Death, by Francois Cheng

Death might be a frightening subject but this is not a depressing or distressing book. As an expression of humanity, it will uplift and encourage.
Ride the Tiger, by Julius Evola

Ride the Tiger, by Julius Evola

Ride the Tiger was reprinted in English last year, 55 years after its first printing in Italian which, is impressive and attests to its continued value as esoteric literature.
The Activist’s Tao Te Ching, by William Martin

Activist’s Tao Te Ching, by William Martin

The Activist's Tao Te Ching uses the language of anti-capitalism and anti-consumerism, and deliberately reduces the ambiguity of the original text.
Candle, photo by webhamster

The Practical Art of Divine Magic, by Patrick Dunn

In The Practical Art of Divine Magic, Patrick Dunn tackles theurgy and offers challenging exercises to broaden our understanding of reality.
Books, photo by shutterhack

Beyond the books

There is no such thing as being "beyond the books" - there will always be a fresh take which settle experience in perspective and inspires action.

Nietzsche on Art

I've been reading Nietzsche's The Genealogy of Morals, and a passage in the third essay, "What is the meaning of aesthetic ideals?" intrigued me: ...t...
Human in the woods, photo by Martin Gommel

Humans are natural creatures

Nature is infinitely more complex than we give her credit for, and however improbable, there is nothing that exists which is outside her realm.

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