Category: Psychology & Philosophy

Roswell, area 51, & God by Richard M. Evans (Book Review #1170)

Roswell, area 51, & God is a non-fiction book and discusses the 1947 UFO crash near the base at Roswell, New Mexico, and other UFOs in other locations like Washington. It is filled with military history and biography. The author goes into details regarding… Continue Reading “Roswell, area 51, & God by Richard M. Evans (Book Review #1170)”

Diving Deeper Inside by Dovydas Klimavičius (Book Review #1152)

This review has been featured in REVIEW TALES MAGAZINE. Diving Deeper Inside is a self-help book geared for those who wish to understand willpower and comprehend the conscious and subconscious mind. The author discusses the importance of mindfulness and how effective it can be… Continue Reading “Diving Deeper Inside by Dovydas Klimavičius (Book Review #1152)”

Conversations with the Goddess by Dorothy Atalla (Book Review #1128)

Conversations with the Goddess is about a woman’s personal spiritual growth journey. The book takes the reader on a journey of evolutionary perspective. It provides new approaches to the divine feminine and begins with Dorothy communicating with the Goddess, personally connecting to a much… Continue Reading “Conversations with the Goddess by Dorothy Atalla (Book Review #1128)”

Captain You by Luca Bosurgi (Book Review #960)

Captain you is a self-help book geared to provide an organized and well-planned course to emotional self-reliance. The author is a mind researcher, healer, and trainer. So, there was no doubt in his knowledge and skill for providing such a richly informative book.

Manifesting your best future self by Dr. Peter Gruenewald (Book Review #834)

Manifesting your best future self is a self-help book about developing your health, happiness, and success in the life you are leading. It does not just cover the physical side of things. It also discusses the emotional aspects and effects of the challenges we… Continue Reading “Manifesting your best future self by Dr. Peter Gruenewald (Book Review #834)”

Ask: How to Relate to Anyone by Daniel R. Solin (Book Review # 772)

Ask: how to relate to anyone is a self-help book defining ways where we can establish and maintain long term relationships. The author demonstrates this ability by using psychology and neuroscience.

I’m Tired of Being Ordinary, Are You by Wm. Allen (Book Review #771)

I’m tired of being ordinary is a self-help book geared towards people who want to transform from being ordinary to extraordinary. The book describes fifty-two traits that mostly come naturally to you. The workouts are presented on a weekly basis. The author believes that… Continue Reading “I’m Tired of Being Ordinary, Are You by Wm. Allen (Book Review #771)”

Walk your path by Jessica Marie Baumgartner (Book Review #756)

Walk your path is a self-help book about Jessica’s journey leading her on a spiritual adventure of self-awareness and healing. With the help of her Pagan routes, she writes about her beliefs, offering relief, achieving an understanding, power and guidance.

14 Steps to Happiness: A Program for Overcoming Depression by Kristian Hall (Book Review #753)

14 steps to happiness is a self-help book geared for people with depression. It is mostly science-based and provides a comprehensive program to overcome this feeling of hopelessness. The author uses his own experience and his success in battling the illness after a very… Continue Reading “14 Steps to Happiness: A Program for Overcoming Depression by Kristian Hall (Book Review #753)”