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Latest Books Read by Dr. Jacqueline Huntly

Awe: The New Science of Everyday Wonder and how it can Transform your Life by Dacher Kelter

The word “awe” resonates and vibrates with the mystery of touching the transcendent. Awe has the power to penetrate any moment or situation. Kelter asks: “What is the end of awe, its unifying purpose?……….The epiphany of awe is that its experience connects our individual selves with the vast forces of life…..” It enables us to […]

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Do you need a dose of extraordinary real-world experiences and places to fire up your imagination? Look no further than Atlas Obscura, the website and the book. Atlas Obscura is not simply a place for those already predisposed to creative, out-of-the-box thinking. It offers a tremendous resource for all of us to shift perspective, receive inspiration

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The Four-Fold Way

In shamanic traditions, it is believed that optimum health results from the equal interplay between four archetypes: the Warrior, the Healer, the Visionary, and the Teacher. Through her travels and research, the late Angeles Arrien, Ph.D., anthropologist, author, educator and corporate consultant, developed an appreciation of the universality and applicability of these archetypes to all humankind whatever

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Know Thyself

“Know Thyself” Greek aphorism inscribed on the front piece of the Temple of Delphi, often attributed to Socrates It may be that we never truly know our “self”, or that that “self” can change. However, engaging in the continuous process of exploring who we are is how we develop self-awareness. Self-awareness is the foundation for

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Ingenious Solutions- “The Medici Effect”

Reading The Medici Effect by Frans Johansson triggered visceral moments of excitement, resonance and inspiration within me. No discipline thrives without innovation. Being open to the knowledge and experience of diverse fields of endeavor not only stimulates novel ways of thinking, but promotes the spirit of collaboration. I believe it was around the time I first read

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