Holistic Articles - Book Reviews

‘Inspired by Reiki Energy’ by Jacqui Gayle

I have recently become a member of the UK Reiki Federation and as part of the membership, you receive their magazine called Resonance. In this edition there was a book which just seemed to call out to me. Being a Complementary Therapist who practices many therapies as well as teaching... → more

‘The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea’ By Bob Burg and John David Mann

The Review This is an awesome little book and I can highly recommend it to anyone looking to find a little focus on your own journey to success. Having been in business for since 2003 I like to think that I work using these principles but I'm not sure I'... → more

‘Keep Calm and Use an Affirmation’ By Cameron McCool

The Review This is an awesome little book that you can just dip into as and when you're in need of a little inspiration, or just fancy a little positive boost. With a whole host of different contributors including David Hamilton, Laura Leigh-Clarke, Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer (…the... → more

‘The Health Delusion’ by Glen Matten and Aiden

The Review I have lost count of the number of times I have mentioned this book, and its contents, in recent conversations about health, wellness, diet and nutrition and I have recommended it to all my friends, many times. If you have any interest in any of the above then... → more

‘I’d Change My Life If I Had More Time’ by Doreen Virtue

I've read quite a few self-help books now and even so I gained some valuable insights from this book on use of the law of attraction, manifesting my desires and much more. It's a softer approach than I would normally be attracted to, I'm more of a... → more

How Fairies Heal Children

Angels are the gift from Spirit to guide and help humans in their journey on earth, when we open ourselves to their energy, we are reminded of that speck of Spirit inside us is our soul. Everything in nature has a spirit, or angel, and those looking after the plants... → more

‘Small Pleasures to Save Your Life’ By Maeve Haran

The Review Maeve Haran has created a lovely little book. It is something to dip into, a perfect gift and ideal for the coffee table. A collection of short, sweet chapters about the smaller and lighter things in life that fill us with satisfaction and contentment. Her book will have... → more

“Wire Yourself For Wealth” by Laura Leigh Clarke

The Review I saw Laura speak at Yes Group in Norwich a year or so ago and she sparked my interested in Wealth Dynamics and the different wealth 'profiles' - all new to me! So after the talk I went online and took the test and discovered that I am... → more

“The Whole Soy Story” by Dr Kaayla Daniel

The Whole Soy Story is an ambitious title for a book but Kaayla Daniel has done a splendid job in ensuring that the content matches her title. The story of soy is a long and sometimes complex one. Daniel starts with the plant’s first recorded use and cultivation... → more

“Beyond Sugar Shock” By Connie Bennett

The Review I think this book is a must read for everyone in our western world because we all need to give up sugar. We're all addicted - it's in EVERYTHING. The statistics she puts in are terrifying; 75% of Americans are obese and so on and so forth. ... → more

“Verbal First Aid” by Judith Simon Prager, Ph.D. and Judith Acosta, LISW, CMT

The Review Part of growing up and learning to move inevitably involves falling down.  Unfortunately, sometimes this includes gaining a cut or breaking a bone.  Traumas such as physical injuries and emotional distress exist in baby's life from birth on.  Verbal First Aid teaches parents how... → more

“What’s Going On In There?” by Lise Eliot, Ph.D.

The Review While holding your blinking infant in your arms, watching your toddler run toward music, or observing your five-year-old remember some tiny detail from last Christmas, did you ever wonder how the infinitely complex brain, five senses, and memory of these little ones develop?  So did Lise Eliot,... → more