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selka has commented on (12) products.

Tribes by Seth Godin
Tribes

selka, November 4, 2009

A light chat about how our modern society is communicating in a way that gives anyone with passion a position of influence. Concise concept; easy read.
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Kin of Ata Are Waiting for You by Dorothy Bryant
Kin of Ata Are Waiting for You

selka, November 4, 2009

Spectacular! A magical, unforgettable, perfect success of a novel.
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Nobody's Father: Life Without Kids by Bruce Gillespie
Nobody's Father: Life Without Kids

selka, November 4, 2009

After the unparalleled, exceptional precedent of Nobody's Mother, a series of essays by women without children, I was unfortunately disappointed by Nobody's Father. I found the voices of the childless/childfree men in this volume to be without conviction, weak, and superficial. I had high expectations and was hoping for the depth, diversity and strength of the women's edition. Although a very important effort on an underexamined social topic, this book could have had tougher editing.
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The Reluctant Shaman: A Woman's First Encounters with the Unseen Spirits of the Earth by Kay Cordel Whitaker
The Reluctant Shaman: A Woman's First Encounters with the Unseen Spirits of the Earth

selka, November 3, 2009

If you're interested in shamanic discovery, this is a very good first-person story of one woman's unexpected initiation. I appreciated her descriptive, emotional writing, her personal, feminine perspective, and the fast-moving narrative - so startling for the reader as to be unimaginable as reality for the writer.
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Far Journeys by Robert A Monroe
Far Journeys

selka, November 3, 2009

This is the second of Robert Monroe's classic books on Out of Body experience, and it launches right out there into full-on boundless exploration. There is so much going on that he even builds his own vocabulary in an attempt to translate the non-physical experience. Monroe's writing shaped my view of the “afterworld” and my spirituality when I first read it in my early twenties, and his series of books remain the most thorough, scientific, and "action-packed" I've ever read on the subject. A must-read on the OOBE topic.
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