meditation

Martha The Blue Sheep by Gabrielle Yetter (Book Review #200)

This review was kindly requested by Gabrielle Yetter. Martha the blue sheep is a children’s book about how Martha’s coat is accidentally dyed blue and no matter how much she tries, the blue just does not come off. The rest of the sheep mock her for being different and so she is stigmatized for what has happened to her. As Martha feels isolated and discriminated for the way she looks, her blue color becomes a way for her to save a life. []

A Million Thoughts: Learn All About Meditation from the Himalayan Mystic By Om Swami

    Each one of us is a master of infinite possibilities at a universal scale. Through meditation, we experience our own magnificence, our true potential. Drawing on his experience of thousands of hours of earnest and strenuous meditation, renowned sage Om Swami pens a guide to help channelize unruly, futile thoughts and turn them into productive energy. A Million Thoughts shows how to meditate correctly, how to practice various styles of meditation and how to become proficient in the many yogic []

The Billionaire’s Virgin (Always) by Lara Love (Book Review #199)

This review was kindly requested by Lara Love The Billionaire’s Virgin is a romance novel written about Charlotte and Pierce. The story alternates between the two narrators. Charlotte is a head designer for a fashion label. Pierce is a millionaire playboy hunk. They met when they were teenagers and hook up. Charlotte loses her virginity to him. Eleven years later, their paths cross again but this time around, things are different. Charlotte is not one to forgive as Pierce abandoned her after []

Wake Up To The Joy Of You by Agapi Stassinopoulos (Book Review #20)

Fly into the world that is full of hope and joy. Here lays 52 chapters filled with words of wisdom in hope to connect people to each other and themselves. This book is like the helpful fairy tale animals that assist you in your journey of life. I found myself smiling when I started to read this book. There are numerous relatable topics in this book that I believe many of us have endured during our lifetime. We can definitely use this []