Apr 15, 2008

Printed material

I bought books. Actual printed books. Expedited shipping from Amazon. In New Zealand, of all places. Took a week to get to Norway. Lookit:

I found my camera's manual and managed to take a macro picture of the address label on the Amazon box. You are looking at a first. Please look again. Thank you.

Oh, the books I bought? That were so all-fired interesting/important that I bought actual printed and bound books and ordered faster-than-a-snail mail? These:

The only thing left to do is decide which to start reading first.

6 comments:

Sparkling Red said...

A couple of years ago I took a sound healing course. It was awesome. I hope you enjoy the book.
:-)

Sravana said...

Interesting!
I just put Brennan's "Hands of Light" in my Amazon Shopping Cart. Not sure if I'm going to buy it, mostly because I have some intensive studying/reviewing to do. But if I'm still interested in it in a few months, I'll probably buy it.

Thanks heavens for "save for later" :)

Nicole said...

Healing of belief sounds great :)

Keera Ann Fox said...

Spark, I'm looking forward to trying sound healing. The author of the sound book, Jonathan Goldman, has been given a whole chapter in the appendix of "The Moses Code".

Sravana, looks like a very interesting book. I guess we'll be comparing notes at some point. :-)

Nicole, I think I'd like to read Braden's other books, too. I trip over these things watching "What the Bleep Do We Know?" and reading Neale Donald Walsch's blog. After my mother gave me "The God Theory" I want to read more about how physics may actually be proving the existence of a spiritual realm. Braden's latest book is about the science of belief and how belief affects even health and healing. The subtitle is "Shattering the paradigm of false limits." That rocks!

Sravana said...

Keera, do you have a link to Neale Donald Walsch's blog?

Thanks!

S

Keera Ann Fox said...

Here you are: http://blog.beliefnet.com/conversationswithgod/