The Thyroid Cure

‘To know the road ahead, ask those coming back.’ Chinese Proverb

Review by Grady Harp

Author Michelle Corey has impressive credentials for bringing this welcome, controversial book and concept to our attention. Michelle studied holistic nutrition at Clayton College of Natural Health, and functional medical protocols at the Academy of Functional Medicine and Genomics and is a Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, health care advocate, researcher and author. She is an advisor to the Academy of Functional Medicine and Genomics and the Functional Medical University, teaching doctors how to integrate Functional Medical protocols into their practices. She is also a member of the National Association of Healthcare Advocacy Consultants and gives personal assistance to people who suffer from complex autoimmune and inflammatory conditions, offering Functional Mind-Body healing retreats in Taos, New Mexico. This is her debut book and an impressive one it is! Continue reading

Ignited by the Holy Spirit

‘Whenever the presence of the Lord is made manifest, it becomes easy to surrender one’s spirit, soul, and body.’

Review by Grady Harp

Ivy Adjivon is a clinical review consultant, working at multiple healthcare facilities in many different towns and states throughout the United States. `Within one month, I often traveled to over ten different towns, in over three different
states.’ But as important as is her job to healthcare, this little book gives evidence that she is a communicator. And not just one who communicates with her clients, patients and fellowmen: Ivy Adjivon communicates with the Holy Spirit and it is her mission with this book to share the path toward enlightening us to join in that rare but eminently available state of being.

Despite the current obsession with science fiction/paranormal/apocalyptic themes that flood the media – books, films, television, Internet – too few of us are open to the stillness of communication with the creator God. Continue reading

Bhagavad Gita: The Rhythm of Krishna

‘I meditate upon the gnosis of the Supermind borne through Sri Aurobindo and The Mother. May their light inspire my intellect’

Review by Grady Harp

New Indian author Sushrut A. Badhe is very young, and very refreshing! Though he completed studies in Mechanical Engineering from Pondicherry, India only three years ago he has discovered his path through his exposure to Ayurvedic Health concepts and has become the CEO at KVM Research labs, a researcher at Midam Charitable Trust, implementing Vedic Chants Intervention Programs for children with autism. As a reminder to readers, Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old system of natural healing that has its origins in the Vedic culture of India. The reason this is important introductory information for the reader of Bahde’s book of poems THE RHYTHM OF KRISHNA and now for his new translation of the Bhagavad Gita will become evident. Continue reading

Dark Clouds Hovering

‘I will sell you to the highest bidder’

Review by Grady Harp

Australian author Phillip Strang has gained his platform as an adventure writer through his career installing telecommunications networks in many remote and exotic parts of the globe, including time spent in Afghanistan and Pakistan – an experience that allowed him to gain direct insights in to the ongoing conflicts there. He has also spent considerable time in Africa including Liberia, Nigeria, and Guinea. It is this direct contact with troubled countries that gives his book intense credibility: he has first hand contact with the events he share in this book DARK CLOUDS HOVERING.

But is takes more than on the spot witness to bring the story Phillip has written to life in the format of a book – and that is where he towers above others creating novels with similar storylines. Continue reading

Healing with God’s Love: Kabbalah’s Hidden Secrets

“Of Sound and Inner Light”

Review by Joey Madia

This has been an impressive few years for Larson Publications. While continuing to bring the works of philosopher Paul Brunton to a new generation of readers, they have published such moving titles as Elaine Mansfield’s Leaning into Love, which recently won the Gold Medal Independent Publisher Book Award for Aging/Death & Dying and the book that is the subject of this review. Larson continues to provide its readership with profound and life-altering books on spirituality, ritual, healing, and enlightenment.

Healing with God’s Love is a practical, highly readable guide to healing meditations and rituals derived from the Judaic esoteric practices of the Kabbalah. Continue reading