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Untapped Magic: Manifestation Methods for Living a Limitless Life

A solid title for those interested in self-help, life coaching, success building, and motivational exercises.

Njuta (Enjoy, Delight In): The Swedish Art of Savoring the Moment

Readers interested in Swedish culture and in Scandinavian contentment and mindfulness concepts will find this appealing.

Better Days: Tame Your Inner Critic

Allen’s latest (after 2021’s self-published Shapes of Truth: Discover God Inside You) equips readers to be free.

I Did a New Thing: 30 Days to Living Free

The authentic voice that made Brown a social media “Mom and Auntie to America” shines bright in this read sprinkled with a warm, welcoming, and inclusive spirituality (God is Brown’s touchstone, but her asides and testimonies are colloquial and nondidactic). Recommended for readers who are already familiar with Brown’s other books (Feeding the Soul; Cooking from the Spirit; Seen, Loved, and Heard) as well as newcomers to her works.

The Vibration of Grace: Sound Healing Rituals for Liberation

A foray into sound healing that will help readers connect breath, voice, and body in beautiful ways.

Everyone Is Creative: Seven Easy Steps To Unlock Your Creativity

Unlocking creativity is possible after reading this book and implementing the actions.

Stand by Me: A Guide to Navigating Modern, Meaningful Caregiving

Like her father, Applebaum has arranged a piece of work that is valuable for caregivers and those who support them.

Past Forward: How Nostalgia Can Help You Live a More Meaningful Life

Routledge brings a clinician’s eye for evidence-based research and a lay person’s fascination with everything from Star Wars to pop psychology to the topic of nostalgia, giving readers reasons to think back on their lives, their families, and their histories and consider who they want to become.

Dare To Feel: The Transformational Path of the Heart

Roxo’s book reminds readers that stories matter, and that to be good tellers of their stories, they also need to listen to and learn from the people around them. A beautiful if somewhat jargony exploration of coming home to one’s body, feelings, and truths in collective, vulnerable ways.

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