Spring reading list

Spring coming, best time for new beginnings, time to put in action resolutions which you forgot about on the second day of the year!

On the list of things which i am looking forward to is first to finish to read a pile of books, so i can order new ones (!). I’m looking forward to dig a little more into energy medicine, since my last reading, Energy Medicine by Donna Eden, has been a breakthrough for me, learning more about being concious of my body’s energy systems and how to sustain them (the meridians, acupuncture points, the chakras, and other energy flow in the body).

She is about to release Energy Medicine for Women, and hopefully there will be a french version:

Spring reading list

Beside that, i’m looking forward to get my hands on 1,000 Artist Journal Pages: Personal Pages and Inspirations since me and Guylaine will have some of our work in it!

Spring reading list

The Boss of You: Everything a Woman Needs to Know to Start, Run, and Maintain Her Own Business is also on my wishlist, even if the title sounds a little like a 1950 selling brochure, i’ve read about it here:

Spring reading list

Women Travelers: A Century of Trailblazing Adventures 1850-1950, this sounds SO inspiring – i know there is a french version as well :

Spring reading list

Here are some more of the books i’m looking forward to read – lounging on my balcony or in a retreat in nature… ah!



A Speech Giver’s Notebook: Tips, Inspirations, Worksheets, Cut-Out Cue Cards to Take the Fear Out of Public Speaking
– sounds interesting!


The Gluten-Free Vegan: 150 Delicious Gluten-Free, Animal-Free Recipes
, because i am *that* complicated!


Megatrends 2010: The Rise of Conscious Capitalism
, because i am that curious!


The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich
, who’s not dreaming about it?

Author: m-c

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  1. I have to admit that I’ve always been skeptical of the subjects in Energy Medicine, but I have met people who have been transformed though alternative medicine, so maybe a book like this would help me explore the subject more fully.

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  2. I think no one should force oneself, or anyone, to get into so called ‘alternative’ medicine. You’ve gotta feel inside that it could be an interesting avenue to try, and if skeptical, at least open minded and curious to new ways of thinking 🙂

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