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A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose, by Eckhart Tolle

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment, by Eckhart Tolle

Theory of Everything: An Integral Vision for Business, Politics, Science and Spirituality by Ken Wilber. Read what Dr. Katia thinks of this life changing book and American Philosopher Ken Wilber.

The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot Talbot explains the theory advanced by U. of London physicist David Bohm and Stanford U. neurophysiologist Karl Pribram that despite its apparent tangible reality, the universe is actually a kind of three- dimensional projection and is ultimately no more real than a hologram, a three-dimensional image projected into space.

Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception or Mystic Christianity by Max Heindel An Elementary Treatise upon Man’s Past Evolution, Present Constitution and Future Development

Secret Doctrine of the Rosicrucians by Magus Incognito

The Personality Compass: A New Way to Understand People by Diane Turner & Thelma Greco

Women Who Run with Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Creative Dreaming by Patricia Garfield, PhD

Dream Dictionary: 1,000 Dream Symbols from A to Z by Jo Jean Boushala and Virginia Geubtner

The Dream Book: Symbols for Self-Understanding by Betty Bethards

The Encyclopedia of Dreams: Symbols & Interpretations by Rosemary Ellen Guiley

The Goddess

SOPHIA: Goddess of Wisdom, Bride of God by Caitlin Matthews This book takes the reader on a journey from pre-Christian spirituality to the present day, seeking out the presence of the Goddess–the divine feminine power of wisdom.

The Hebrew Goddess by Raphael Patai “The Hebrew Goddess” demonstrates that the Jewish religion, far from being pure monotheism, contained from earliest times strong polytheistic elements, chief of which was the cult of the mother goddess. Lucidly written and richly illustrated, this third edition contains new chapters of the Shekhina. Read review.

Sophia’s Web Understanding the Unity, and Diversity of Religion, Science, and Ourselves by Burl B. Hall One of several books by one of our own Ministers ordained by the Esoteric Theological Seminary. The universe is akin to a multi-dimensional cube. Each point in this cube mirrors every other point. This is a book where science, Christianity, Judaism, Atheism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Native Spirituality become various faces of one Divinity. “Sophia (Wisdom) is multi-faced,” the Bible’s Book of Wisdom (Hagia Sophia) says. There is unity in diversity and diversity in unity.

The Goddess in the Gospels: Reclaiming the Sacred Feminine by Margaret Starbird The author shares the story behind the story of ‘The Woman with the Alabaster Jar’. In many ways, the personal spiritual journey Starbird experienced and shares with the reader in GODDESS is a more compelling tale than the one she eventually wrote about the Magdalene. GODDESS has much in common with ‘The Dance of the Dissident Daughter’ by Sue Monk Kidd. (Kidd acknowledges Starbird’s influence in her book). GODDESS also nicely complements HOLY BLOOD HOLY GRAIL.

The Feminine Face of Christianity by Margaret Starbird. Starbird notes the early pattern of gender equality in the early Christian community, noting the “sister-wives” who accompanied male disciples on their missionary journeys, forging a new understanding of the “sacred marriage” at the heart of the Christian Gospels. She points out that fundamental Christian values such as compassion, reconciliation, and the healing of crippled bodies and broken hearts are all strongly feminine in nature.

Living Gnosis: A Practical Guide to Gnostic Christianity by Tau Malachi Gnostic revival is growing in the United States and Europe as people are discovering the mystical roots of their own Western Tradition. This easy-to-read, deeply spiritual introduction to Gnostic Christianity helps beginners down the Gnostic path to esoteric insights and wisdom.

The Dance of the Dissident Daughter: A Woman’s Journey from Christian Tradition to the Sacred Feminine by Sue Monk Kidd What happens when the wife of a Southern Baptist minister, a loyal adherent to his religious tradition, suddenly discovers an alternative religious tradition that speaks more strongly to her spiritual longings? Kidd (When the Heart Waits, HarperSanFrancisco, 1991) recounts her own journey of anger, fear, and joy from her traditional Baptist upbringing to her new discovery of the power of nontraditional feminine religious experiences. Along her journey, Kidd encounters some of the most powerful feminist religious voices of her times, from Phyllis Trible to Carol Christ, and records these voices as guideposts on her journey. A graceful account of awakening and transformation.

The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image by Anne Baring and Jules Cashford In this scholarly study the authors draw upon poetry and mythology, art and literature, archaeology and psychology to show how the myth of the goddess has been lost from our formal Judaeo-Christian images of the divine. The authors explain what happened to the goddess, when and how she was excluded from Western culture, and the implications of this loss.

Sarah the Priestess: The First Matriarch of Genesis by Savina J. Teubal. Amber Satterwhite, also known as Oiled Lamp, one of our Mystery School Initiates comments: Probably the most illuminating book ever published on the story of Sarah, Abraham, and the genesis of the Jewish nation. Read it, or continue to misread Genesis.

Ancient Sisterhood: The Lost Traditions of Hagar and Sarah by Savina J. Teubal In this scholarly feminist study of the Genesis stories of Sarah and Hagar, Teubal explores the matriarchal tradition in the Bible, which may have been covered over by succeeding patriarchal traditions. Sarah and Hagar are given an identity other than just being sleeping partners of Abraham. She also explores what the female led religious traditions were.

Return of the Great Goddess by Burleigh Muten From Sappho to Judy Chicago, from the late Egyptian era to Audrey Flack, this anthology of fine art reproductions and literary excerpts proclaims the strength and majesty of the feminine experience. The images and messages, based on the award-winning Return of the Goddess Engagement Calendars, remind women of their spiritual heritage, their innate wisdom, the integrity of the female body and its rites of passage, and the growing global community of women who celebrate the return of the feminine deity. 80 illustrations, 58 in color.

Dreams of Isis: a Woman’s Spiritual Sojourn by Normandi Ellis Drawing on her travels in modern-day Egypt and her lifelong study of Egyptian mythology and art, author Normandi Ellis takes us on a moving, autobiographical journey through the sacred sites and rituals of Egypt’s past, revealing their spiritually transforming power for contemporary women.

The Once and Future Goddess: A Sweeping Visual Chronicle of the Sacred Female and Her Reemergence in the Cult by Elinor W. Gadon In this beautifully illustrated and far-reaching history. Elinor Gadon vividly weaves words and images to demonstrate the powerful connections between ancient and contemporary art, between the Goddess of the Ice Age and the Goddess of today.

The White Goddess : A Historical Grammar of Poetic Myth by Robert Graves Perhaps the finest of Robert Graves’s works on the psychological and mythological sources of poetry. In this tapestry of poetic and religious scholarship, Graves explores the stories behind the earliest of European deities—the White Goddess of Birth, Love, and Death—who was worshipped under countless titles. He also uncovers the obscure and mysterious power of “pure poetry” and its peculiar and mythic language.

The Biblical Ciphers Unsealed: A Revival of the Hebrew Goddess by Dale N. Robertson It has long been believed that the Bible contains secrets that were encoded into it by its authors. According to the Kabbalists, this was to prevent the uninitiated from unleashing its magical powers. The author explains why the ciphers were “veiled,” and from whom. Unlike anything that has so far been derived from the biblical scriptures, the ciphers read in whole sentences whose meanings are sequential from one sentence to the next. Each cipher is a “book of wisdom,” in the original sense of the Hebrew Hokmah (“wisdom” or “shrewdness”), in that they are concerned with practical matters, such as the conduct of business and politics. Each is a “book of power,” more in a Machiavellian than a Kabbalistic sense, as they often read like instruction manuals in the ancient art of espionage. They represent a window, closed for more than two millennia, which now is open.

Esoteric Christianity, & Primitive Early Christianity

Inner Christianity: A Guide to the Esoteric Tradition by Richard Smoley (we have a set of lessons based on this book, required for our Ordained Ministers and for our advanced Mystery School initiates).

Hidden Wisdom: A Guide to the Western Inner Traditions by Richard Smoley and Jay Kinney (one of Dr. Katia’s favorite books)

The Infinite Way, by Joel S. Goldsmith (recommended by Eckhart Tolle for Christians who want to study Tolle’s teachings in a fully Christian structure)

Christian Zen: The Essential Teachings of Jesus Christ, by Robert Powell. “These are the secret sayings that the living Jesus spoke and Didymos Judas Thomas recorded…” a nifty little book, a translation of the Gospel of Thomas with Zen-style commentary on each verse.

The Zen Teachings of Jesus, by Kenneth S. Leong

The Inner West: An Introduction to the Hidden Wisdom of the West by Jay Kinney, editor of the famed, Gnosis Magazine

The Gospel of Mary Magdalene (written in 150 A.D.) translated and with commentary by Jean Yves-Leloup. If you are intrigued with Hinduism / Vedanta and Tibetan Buddhism being similar to earliest Christianity, you simply must read this book. I like it so much it stays on my night stand.

The Sacred Embrace of Jesus and Mary : The Sexual Mystery at the Heart of the Christian Tradition by Jean-Yves Leloup Practiced and thorough with his extrapolation of the sacred texts, Leloup (founder of the Institute of Other Civilization Studies and the International College of Therapists and author of The Gospel of Mary Magdalene, The Gospel of Philip and The Gospel of Thomas) addresses the current debate about the relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene. This thoughtful and detailed discussion has a more academic tone than some of his other books and may seem daunting, but fans of Leloup and true seekers of the meaning of love, the holiness of sexuality and the deeper aspects of the relationship between Jesus and Mary won’t be disappointed.

Living Gnosis: A Practical Guide to Gnostic Christianity by Tau Malachi Gnostic revival is growing in the United States and Europe as people are discovering the mystical roots of their own Western Tradition. This easy-to-read, deeply spiritual introduction to Gnostic Christianity helps beginners down the Gnostic path to esoteric insights and wisdom.

Invoking Mary Magdalene: Accessing the Wisdom of the Divine Feminine book and CD
by Siobhan Houston In Invoking Mary Magdalene, Siobhán Houston shares the compelling story of Jesus’ preeminent female disciple to help us rediscover the long-eclipsed feminine heart of Christianity.

Mary Magdalene, Bride in Exile by Margaret Starbird Starbird, a writer experienced in biblical history, is among the latest to focus on the woman called “the apostle to the apostles.” Starbird, who primarily looks at the way Mary’s story merges into myth, paints with a bit of New Age patina, yet her book is more focused and organized. Starbird thinks that the Magdalene and Mary of Bethany were one; other writers think Mary was poor; Starbird styles her as rich.

Jesus Christ, Sun of God: Ancient Cosmology and Early Christian Symbolism by David Fideler (Starbird used this in her research)

A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe: The Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art & Science, and a Voyage from 1 to 10 by Michael S. Schneider

The Gospel of Mary Magdalene (written in 150 A.D.) translated and with commentary by Jean-Yves Leloup. If you want to know the earliest teachings of Yeshua and MM, and happen also to be intrigued with the similarities between transpersonal psychology, Hinduism / Vedanta, Tibetan Buddhism and the earliest form of Christianity, you simply must read this book.

The Gospel Of Philip: Jesus, Mary Magdalene, And The Gnosis Of Sacred Union by Jean-Yves Leloup

Being Still: Reflections on an Ancient Mystical Tradition by Jean Yves-Leloup. For more than fifteen hundred years Christianity has cultivated a rich and varied teaching on the practice of stillness and inner calm. Here we can find answers to the contemporary struggle for inner peace.

The Gospel of Thomas by Jean Yves-Leloup.

Beyond Belief : The Secret Gospel of Thomas by Elaine Pagels In this majestic new book, Pagels (The Gnostic Gospels) ranges panoramically over the history of early Christianity, demonstrating the religion’s initial tremendous diversity and its narrowing to include only certain texts supporting certain beliefs. At the center of her book is the conflict between the gospels of John and Thomas. Reading these gospels closely, she shows that Thomas offered readers a message of spiritual enlightenment. Rather than promoting Jesus as the only light of the world, Thomas taught individuals that “there is a light within each person, and it lights up the whole universe.

Embracing Jesus and the Goddess: A Radical Call for Spiritual Sanity by Carl McColman

Putting on the Mind of Christ: Inner Work of Christian Spirituality by Jim Marion (you will especially enjoy this book if you are a practicing Christian mystic, are intrigued by St. John of the Cross and Ken Wilber)

Christ Power and the Earth Goddess: A Fifth Gospel by Marko Pogacnik

The Other Bible by Willis Barnstone (Ed.) Gathered here for the first time are excerpted ancient holy texts from Judeo-Christian traditions that were excluded from the official canon of the Old and New Testaments. The Other Bible is a unique sourcebook of essential selections from Jewish Psudepigrapha, early Kabbalah, Haggadah, Midrash, Christian Apocrypha, and Gnostic scriptures.

James the Brother of Jesus: the Key to Unlocking the Secrets of Early Christianity by Robert Eisenman

When Women Were Priests: Women’s Leadership in the Early Church and the Scandal of Their Subordination in the Rise of Christianity by Karen Torjesen

The Cross and the Grail : Esoteric Christianity for the 21st Century by Robert S. Ellwood Drawing on the ancient wisdom tradition and the themes and symbols of medieval romance, Ellwood shows Christianity at its most profound to be a philosophical, meditative, and mystical path.

The Lost Books of the Bible Compiled by Jeremiah Jones (1693-1724) and Archbishop Wake of Canterbury (1657-1737) This classic has all those books that the official church cut out in the fourth century. Fascinating reading! Stories of women heroes, teachers and apostles in the early church that we were never told! (i.e. Thecla)

Prayers of the Cosmos: Meditations on the Aramaic Words of Jesus by Neil Douglas-Klotz and Matthew Fox. Radical translation of Yeshua’s words revealing a mystical, feminist, cosmic Christ. A bit slanted, but there is inspiration to be found here.

A History of God: The 4000-Year Quest of Judaism, Christianity and Islam by Karen Armstrong Read review.

Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism : A Bishop Rethinks the Meaning of Scripture by John Shelby Spong A controversial author brilliantly reclaims the Bible from the literal interpretation of fundamentalists.

The Tarot Trumps and The Holy Grail by Margaret Starbird Grail expert, medieval historian and writer, Margaret Starbird, has spent years researching the stories of the Holy Grail. The accidental discovery of a book on Tarot and research which began to signal links between the cards and the Grail story have led to a fascinating book.
The three books following were recommended by Shadwynn, author of the famous esoteric Christian classic, The Crafted Cup: Ritual Mysteries of the Goddess & the Grail.

Understanding the Bible: An Introduction for Skeptics, Seekers, and Religious Liberals A thoughtful, warm, and witty introduction Understanding the Bible is designed to help empower skeptics, seekers, nonbelievers, and those of a liberal and progressive outlook to reclaim the Bible from literalists. In making accessible some of the best contemporary historical, literary, political, and feminist readings of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures, it encourages all who would find in the biblical heritage an ally and not an enemy in the quest for a more just and humane world.

The Gospel of Gabriel: A Life of Jesus the Christ by Edward Hays

Prayers for a Planetary Pilgrim: a Personal Manual for Prayer and Ritual by Edward Hays

Reference & Research

Holy Bible: From Ancient eastern Text by George M. Lamsa (Aramaic, the language Jesus spoke)

Jesus, The Evidence by Ian Wilson Wilson uses Scriptures, noncanonical writings, and research from a variety of disciplines to penetrate pious mythology and historical distortions. To committed Christians, this book offers a fascinating new perspective on their beliefs. To the skeptic, it provides a convincing explanation of why the beliefs centered on this one man have proven so powerful and pervasive.

The Gnostic Gospels by Elaine Pagels. Gnosticism’s Christian form grew to prominence in the 2nd century A.D. Ultimately denounced as heretical by the early church, Gnosticism proposed a revealed knowledge of God (“gnosis” meaning “knowledge” in Greek), held as a secret tradition of the apostles. In The Gnostic Gospels, author Elaine Pagels suggests that Christianity could have developed quite differently if Gnostic texts had become part of the Christian canon. Without a doubt: Gnosticism celebrates God as both Mother and Father, shows a very human Jesus’s relationship to Mary Magdalene, suggests the Resurrection is better understood symbolically, and speaks to self-knowledge as the route to union with God.

The New Testament: Its Background, Growth and Content by Bruce Metzger A classic for researchers.

The Nag Hammadi Library in English by James M. Robinson, (Ed.)

The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English by Geza Vermes. Considered the best collection and translation

The Jesus Papers: Exposing the Greatest Cover-Up in History, by Michael Baigent

Ancient Israelite Religion by Susan Niditch Shows that psychics, sacrifice and the purifying power of blood and fire were all part of ancient Israel’s religious beliefs. Other common themes: God is fire, annunciations of pregnancies.

Canaanite Myth and Hebrew Epic Essays in the History of the Religion of Israel by Frank Moore Cross This book provides valid theories concerning the evolution of the JudeoChristian creed from Phoenician/Canaanite religion. It will dispel many of the misconceptions perpetrated by Jewish and Christian fundamentalists for many centuries. Includes phonetically translated Ugaritic texts semitic names and biblical texts, as well as detailed grammatical and linguistc essays on semitic languages. It is a must for anyone interested in near eastern mythology and language.

Mary Magdalene

14 Steps to Awaken the Sacred Feminine: Women in the Circle of Mary Magdalene by Joan Norton and Margaret Starbird
Women’s circles have been called a “revolutionary-evolutionary movement hidden in plain sight” by Jean Shinoda Bolen and have been hailed as capable of affecting global change. Magdalene Circles are groups of women who focus their shared energies on the wisdom of Mary Magdalene to gain insight into the role of the sacred feminine in their own lives and to help them advance on their spiritual paths.
This book offers 14 lessons to help understand the wisdom offered by Mary Magdalene’s story and mythos. Among the lessons are prophecies of the bride, why we need the bride, Magdalene’s archetypal pattern of descent, and how modern women carry the Grail. Well-suited for the individual reader as well as a group, each lesson includes an introduction, guided meditation, questions for journaling, and an essay by Margaret Starbird as well as suggestions for group sharing. Placing Mary Magdalene within the pattern of “cyclic renewal” of earth-based religions, this book offers the chance to incorporate the sacred feminine wisdom of Mary Magdalene into everyday life for Christians and spiritual feminists alike

The Holy Book of Mary Magdalene: The Path of the Grail Steward, by Jennifer Reif

The Woman with the Alabaster Jar; Mary Magdalene and the Holy Grail by Margaret Starbird This book is a courageous exploration of an extremely delicate question. Mary Magdalen is called a penitent prostitute by the Roman Catholic Church. The original story of the anointing of Jesus at Bethany by the woman with the alabaster jar may have been misinterpreted by the author of Luke’s Gospel since the anointing was similar to the familiar ritual practice of a sacred priestess or temple “prostitute” in the Goddess cults of the Roman Empire. Mrs. Starbird does an excellent job of researching European history, heraldry, the rituals of Freemasonry, medieval art, symbolism, psychology, mythology, religion and the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures to discover that the meaning of the Holy Grail could be the lost bride of Jesus and the female child she carried within her.

Mary Magdalene, Bride in Exile (Paperback), by Margaret Starbird, comes with a great CD of Margaret’s lecture

The Goddess in the Gospels: Reclaiming the Sacred Feminine by Margaret Starbird

The Mary Magdalene Within by Joan Norton

T King & Queen: The Greatest Love Story Ever Lived by C. A. Thomas This book has been written from the inspiration of Jesus’s love for the woman named Mary Magdalene. I believe absolutely, as many do, that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married, had children, and traveled extensively through Israel as they taught the mysteries.

The Gospel of Mary Magdalene (written in 150 A.D.) translated and with commentary by Jean Yves-Leloup. If you are intrigued with Hinduism / Vedanta and Tibetan Buddhism being similar to earliest Christianity, you simply must read this book. I like it so much it stays on my night stand.

Magdalene’s Lost Legacy: Symbolic Numbers and the Sacred Union in Christianity by Margaret Starbird. Author Margaret Starbird decodes the symbolic numbers embedded in the original Greek phrases of the New Testament-revealing the powerful presence of the feminine divine. The New Testament contains wide use of gematria, a literary device that allows the sums of certain phrases to produce sacred numbers. Exploring the hidden meanings behind these numbers, Starbird reveals that the union between Jesus and his bride, Mary Magdalene, formed a sacred partnership that was the cornerstone of the earliest Christian community.

Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, et al A must read. Knights Templar, Gnostics, Cathars, Jesus’ wife and kids, intrigue and mysterious manuscripts–it’s all there. Facts are very well researched, but some of the theories require you to decide for yourself.

The Messianic Legacy by Michael Baigent, et al Sequel to the above. Very thorough, hard to put down.

Bloodline of the Holy Grail: the Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed by Laurence Gardner Traces Jesus flesh and blood descendants, but some have criticized it and his recent book Genesis of the Grail Kings, as being biased toward his employers, a royal house in Europe claiming to be said descendants.[Actually, the bloodline has spread all over, who can tell where and where not? If you feel you are part of it, you probably are—genetic memory is nagging you.]

The Moon Under Her Feet by Clysta Kinstler A wonderful tale of Mary Magdalene, Mother Mary and Yeshua in a cult of Asherah-Isis setting at the Jerusalem Temple. A must read!

King Jesus by Robert Graves. A fictional retelling of the Jesus story. Compelling and readable.

The Women Around Jesus by Elisabeth Moltmann-Wendel Scholarly, research book. Proves everything nicely.

The DaVinci Code, by Dan Brown


A Garden of Pomegranates: Skrying on the Tree of Life by Israel Regardie et al (the Ciceros) Published in 1999. This is the only required textbook for our Qabalah course and reads like a “fun” book, not a study book. Lively and hands-on, you don’t need to be a student to want this book.

Lords of Light by Deepak Chopra A thrilling novel that actually teaches Kabbalah and spiritual physics. $4.50

The Mystical Qabalah by Dion Fortune

God is a Verb: Kabbalah & the Practice of Mystical Judaism by Rabbi David Cooper

Esoteric Parenting

Milton’s Secret: An Adventure of Discovery through Then, When, and the Power of Now (Hardcover)
a marvelous children’s book by Eckhart Tolle, released Nov., 2008

Circle Round: Raising Children in the Goddess Traditions by Starhawk, Diane Baker, and Anne Hill

The Seven Spiritual Laws for Parents by Deepak Chopra

Wild Girls The Path of the Young Goddess by Patricia Monaghan She is the Wild Girl. We call her that because, like our natural wilderness, she follows her own laws. The stories in this book represent some of the many visions of the Wild Girl found throughout the world. Each goddess story is followed by commentary and ideas for activities that will help you connect with the Wild Girl within.

Mountains, Meadows, and Moonbeams; A Child’s Spiritual Reader by Mary Summer Rain Full of activities, coloring, meditation and real lessons on New Age metaphysical children’s topics.

Recommended Minister & Church Legal-Financial books

An Interfaith Minister’s Manual by Angela Plum This book is available through but it takes about 4 weeks to ship. We stock them here at the Esoteric Theological Seminary. Use our Catalog to order one and have it on its way to you within 24 hours. Our price is $31 which includes shipping within the US.

The Zondervan 2009 Minister’s Tax & Financial Guide for 2008 Returns by Dan Busby, Daniel D. Busby A complete guide to help ministers prepare tax returns and plan their financial future.

The Church Treasurer’s Manual: A Practical Guide for Managing Church Finances (published 2008) by Bruce Nuffer

Church Administration Handbook (Hardcover) by Bruce P. Powers, published 2008

Church Administration and Finance Manual: Resources for Leading the Local Church by Otto Crumroy, Stan Kukawka, Frank M. Witman A huge timesaver for anyone involved in church administration, either as an ordained leader, member of a church’s board/vestry, or church secretary/administrator.

Mythology & Sacred Psychology Books

Jung To Live By A Guide to the Practical Application of Jungian Principles for Everyday Life. by Eugene Pascal, PhL

Awakening the Heroes Within: Twelve Archetypes to Help us Find Ourselves & Transform Our World by Carol Pearson

Self-Discovery The Jungian Way by Michael Daniels The Watchword Technique Intriguing, fun and easy to use, Self-Discovery the Jungian Way presents an exciting new technique of self-analysis. Based on the theories of the great psychologist C.G. Jung, the ‘Watchword’ technique enable you to identify your psychological type, explore the structure and dynamics of your pesonality, and gain greater understanding of your inner self and your personal relationships. It also provides a method for working with the Jungain archetypes. Clearly and entertainingly written, the book will appeal to anyone interested in self-discovery and personal growth. OUT OF PRINT Try

Myths to Live By by Joseph Campbell How we re-create ancient legends in our daily lives to release human potential.

Parallel Myths by J. F. Bierlein Religious scholar J.F. Bierlein gathers key myths from the world’s major traditions, drawing from the works of Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung, and others, to reveal their common themes, images, and meanings. He vividly retells creation, flood, morality, and underworld myths, among others.

What Type Am I? Discover Who You Really Are by Renee Baron based on the Classic Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Hidden Power by James K. Van Fleet How to unleash the power of your subconscious mind.

The Psycard System, Deck of 40 cards by Maggie Kneen The Great Game of the Human Heart and Psyche. 40 Powerful Jungian Archetype Cards and Instructions. This set of cards is Dr. Katia’s favorite, though it is not a Tarot deck. Click on the purple cube to enter the website, see great pictures of the cards and read about them, “Modern psychotherapy married to ancient wisdom in forty powerful cards.” You can order a deck at the Psycards website, too.

Spirituality, Where Body and Soul Encounter the Sacred by Carl McColman One of several books by one of our own Ministers ordained by the Esoteric Theological Seminary.

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Celtic Wisdom by Carl McColman A comprehensive look at Irish, Scottish, Welsh, and continental Celtic traditions, both Pagan and Christian, this guide includes the Celtic approach to shamanism, fairies, Wicca, neopaganism, magic, and Druidism.

The Craft of the Warrior by Robert L. Spencer

The Dark Side of the Light Chasers: Reclaiming Your Power, Creativity, Brilliance, and Dreams by Debbie Ford We know the shadow by many names: alter ego, lower self, the dark twin, repressed self, id. Carl Jung once said that the shadow “is the person you would rather not be. The purpose of doing shadow work, is to become whole. To end our suffering. Once we do this we can stop hiding ourselves from the rest of the world.”