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David and Katrina are superb coaches and fine people! Their "4 Means to Get Your Greens" and “Juice Feasting” (with Mike Adams) programs are overall the most nutritionally sound, thoroughly researched programs I've run across in three decades of exploring rawfoods. Knowledge is king; being able to live, integrate, and communicate it is queen—call them! You’ll be glad you did. - the Centerpointe® site for the Holosync® CD’s. - Democracy Now! is “the most listened to news program in North America” (according to an independent rating source). This is so for one reason – not being sponsored or owned by corporate or private interests, DN is true public media and thus can tell it like it is. Want real news? Tune your radio (PBS) or TV (Free Speech TV and Link TV) to Democracy Now! - an understandable overview of the biggest threat to our general well being, global warming. - Humanity Unites Brilliance (HUB) – “the hub of humanitarian change.” This fast-growing organization empowers its members by offering personal Mastermind support groups, online tools, books, CDs, workshops, and retreats—and providing personal relationships with other members, many who are highly-successful, well-known people—all with the humanitarian aim of providing impoverished people in the US and throughout the world with basic needs for food, water, shelter, micro loans, community services, etc.

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The Art of Loving, Erich Fromm – the most profoundly influential book I ever read – visionary and vision inducing. A book to restore belief in every heart, mind, and soul!

A Fish in the Sea is Not Thirsty, Kabir, translated by Robert Bly – a profound collection of poetic Self wisdom.

The Passion of the Western Mind, Richard Tarnas – a brilliant dissertation on humanity’s journey to the threshold of the feminine!

The Turbulent Mirror, Briggs & Peat – well-written to the very depths of the new science of Chaos!

Ecstasy: A Way of Knowing, Andrew Greely – open to Beauty, as a way of knowing.

Chaos: the Making of a New Science, James Gleick – a great overview and history of Chaos science.

The Hand of Poetry: Five Mystic Poets of Persia, translated by Coleman Barks – the mystery’s joy.

Varieties of Religious Experience, William James – find that others have experienced what you have.

The Divided Self, R.D. Laing – early-postmodern insight into an age-old problem.

The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas Kuhn – just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, and that you knew science – so much for the scientific pillars of “description, prediction, and control!”

The Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu, translated by Gia-Fu Feng and Jane English – feel the mystery of the Tao.

The Presence of the Past: Morphic Resonance and the Habits of Nature, Rupert Seldrake – how consciousness structures subtle energy to in turn shape the body/mind and the material.

Vibrational Medicine, Richard Gerber – more on subtle energy and how it shapes the body/mind.

Mysticism Christian and Buddhist: The Eastern and Western Way, D.T. Suzuki – a brilliant synthesis of where two seemingly-opposing traditions meet, by someone who’s “been there and back again.”

Zen and Psychoanalysis, Suzuki, Fromm and DeMartino – finer points on the final analysis.

The Courage to Be, Paul Tillich – beyond the religious or scientific, on to the personal!

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