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Sue Shipman is now friends with Debbie
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The Four Insights by Alberto Villoldo
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More great insight into the world of shamanism.
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Change Your Life Through Travel by Jillian Robinson
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Treat yourself to the adventures of the author and others through world travel. Do you act differently and have a different mind set of adventure when you travel? You can bring that back and incorporate it into you everyday life.
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The Shift by John English
The Shift: An Awakening
by John English
read in January, 2006
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A great story to help raise our awareness of the times in which we live - how to understand the changes humans and the earth are undergoing and make them easier.
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Keep Your Brain Alive by Lawrence Katz
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The Biology of Belief by Bruce H. Lipton
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Seducing the Boys Club by Nina DiSesa
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Lots of good insight from a powerful woman. She tells it like it is, names names and shows how she has learned through her mistake.
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Sage-ing While Age-ing by Shirley Maclaine
Sage-ing While Age-ing
by Shirley Maclaine
read in January, 2008
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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
The Alchemist
by Paulo Coelho (Goodreads Author)
read in January, 2007
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Very powerful on many levels
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How Starbucks Saved My Life by Michael Gates Gill
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This man really puts himself out there telling his most intimate triumphs and failures. He has grown significantly through the experiences he shares with the reader.
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