Earth Frequency: Sacred Sites, Vortexes, Earth Chakras, and Other Transformational Places by Melissa Alvarez
Requirements: EPUB Reader 3.44 MB
Overview: Connect with Spiritual Energy in the Natural World
Deepen your connection to the world around you, expand your consciousness, and grow spiritually by actively engaging with the earth’s energy. This groundbreaking book presents the various forms of earth frequency and how working with this energy leads to amazing improvements in your happiness, self-confidence, and spirituality. Melissa Alvarez becomes your personal tour guide to 250 power places and sacred sites all over the world, from Antelope Canyon in Arizona to Mount Olympus in Greece.
Earth Frequency lets you explore many unique and interesting locations that are overflowing with the positivity of the planet’s energy. You’ll also discover visualizations and exercises designed to increase your intuition and open you to the dynamic power of a place. Featuring nine maps and location keys for major geographical areas as well as detailed information on the earth’s chakra system, this book will broaden your horizons and transform your nature-based practice.
Genre: Non-Fiction – Faith, Philosophy, Religion, Spirituality
Down to Earth: How Jesus’ Stories Can Change Your Everyday Life by Tom Hughes
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.3MB
Overview: There’s hardly anyone in the world more down-to-earth than Jesus. That sounds far-fetched because, well, Jesus is God. But read the Gospels and you find Jesus telling stories that ring true from beginning to end, stories you can immediately identify with, stories that make you go "hmmm."
In Down to Earth we learn that these stories are different from the stories we tell each other-these are stories intended to change your life. They’re soul stories-stories that get inside you and linger there, stories you start to find yourself living into. And when you do, you and the world around you are transformed for good.
Genre: Non-fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy
The Heavens on Earth: Observatories and Astronomy in Nineteenth-Century Science and Culture by David Aubin, , Charlotte Bigg, H. Otto Sibum (Editors)
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3.8MB
Overview: The Heavens on Earth explores the place of the observatory in nineteenth-century science and culture. Astronomy was a core pursuit for observatories, but usually not the only one. It belonged to a larger group of “observatory sciences” that also included geodesy, meteorology, geomagnetism, and even parts of physics and statistics. These pursuits coexisted in the nineteenth-century observatory; this collection surveys them as a coherent whole. Broadening the focus beyond the solitary astronomer at his telescope, it illuminates the observatory’s importance to technological, military, political, and colonial undertakings, as well as in advancing and popularizing the mathematical, physical, and cosmological sciences.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational
Earth Garden – June 2019
Requirements: .PDF reader, 44 MB
Overview: Australia’s Quarterly Journal for the Good Life
EARTH GARDEN is Australia’s original journal of sustainable living for householders seeking a more eco-conscious lifestyle. For more than 40 years the supportive network of Earth Gardeners has been guiding and reflecting the movement away from high- consumption lifestyles.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers
Mother Earth Living – July/August 2019
Requirements: PDF Reader 67.0 MB
Overview: Mother Earth News is the original guide to living wisely. Launched in 1970, each bimonthly issue of Mother Earth News features practical and money-saving information on cutting energy costs; using renewable energy; organic gardening; green home building and remodeling; fun do-it-yourself projects; and conscientious, self-sufficient lifestyles.Mother Earth Living will bring you all the best and latest information you need to choose natural remedies and practice preventive medicine; cook with a nutritious and whole-food focus; create a nontoxic home; and garden for food, wellness and enjoyment. In every issue, you will find recipes for healthful foods suitable for a wide range of special diets; tips to avoid dangerous toxins in cosmetics and personal care items; hands-on gardening tips to help you grow earth-friendly gardens; and detailed information on the traditional medicinal uses of plants.
Genre: Magazine –
Hollow Earth: The Long and Curious History of Imagining Strange Lands, Fantastical Creatures, Advanced Civilizations, and Marvelous Machines Below the Earth’s Surface
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Super Earth Encyclopedia (Super Encyclopedias)
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The Earth Writes: The Great Earthquake and the Novel in Post-3/11 Japan (Ecocritical Theory and Practice) by Koichi Haga
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.1 MB
Overview: This book extensively analyzes the literary works of fiction that draw on the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami that occurred on March 11, 2011. This disaster inspired literally hundreds of fictional works in Japan from the time of the events through 2017. This response represents a unique and perhaps unprecedented cultural phenomenon in the world. Since a variety of writers in different genres, and even amateurs, have written and published books inspired by their experiences of the disaster, it is extremely difficult to cover the entire body of Japanese “post-3.11 literature”. Because of the breadth of this literary response, there is a scarcity of research on the subject available. This book offers the first comprehensive review of Japan’s recent post-disaster literary production to the English audience.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Literary Theory
Earth is Hiring: The New way to live, lead, earn and give for millennials and anyone who gives a sh*t by Peta Kelly
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 269 MB
Overview: Is "hustle and grind" really the message of the New Way? Is financial freedom really what it’s about? Is "living life on our terms" really the summit of this mission? Is the New Way about becoming more successful than our generations before us?
This book is a playful conversation about the new way to live, lead, earn, and give. It is a collection of insights and ideas about how we can, and how we are, changing the world. It’s an invitation to the New Superheroes – the people all over the world who give a shit about each other and our earth – to lighten up in our work as game changers. It’s a time stamp so that our kids and their kids can hear it and say, "oh, so that’s what you were growing through back then."
The New Way is not just about having more money at the end of the month. Success as we’d been taught isn’t sufficient. Success to our generation looked and felt completely different to what it looked and felt like to generations before us. The religious separation that our parents’ generation know is torturing our hearts. Our planet isn’t a place for us to holiday, but a place of permanent residence with the requirement that we nurture and love our Mother Earth as our one collective mother. There is no "top" when it comes to leadership, but instead we’re all about the power of tribe. We don’t care to move forward at lightning speed, but would rather to stop and go back to our indigenous roots and ensure that ancient wisdoms are never forgotten. Taking care of our brothers and sisters who are without basic necessities is the only way we all win. Play is everything.
We’re here to change the world, but we’ve gotta stop taking it so seriously.
We’re here to use our talents and abilities to create epic shit, but we’ve gotta stop missing the point along the way. It’s time for us to thrive like no generation before us ever has.
It’s time for us to show the world how good it’s really meant to be.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction
Origins: How Earth’s History Shaped Human History by Lewis Dartnell
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 238 MB
Overview: A New York Times best-selling author explains how the physical world shaped the history of our species
When we talk about human history, we often focus on great leaders, population forces, and decisive wars. But how has the earth itself determined our destiny? Our planet wobbles, driving changes in climate that forced the transition from nomadism to farming. Mountainous terrain led to the development of democracy in Greece. Atmospheric circulation patterns later on shaped the progression of global exploration, colonization, and trade. Even today, voting behavior in the southeast United States ultimately follows the underlying pattern of 75 million-year-old sediments from an ancient sea. Everywhere is the deep imprint of the planetary on the human.
From the cultivation of the first crops to the founding of modern states, Origins reveals the breathtaking impact of the earth beneath our feet on the shape of our human civilizations.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction