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In the Bookstore

Astrological Forecast

What You Need To Know About The Planets This Week

Astrologer Cathy Coleman shines the light on what’s in the stars July 23–30, 2017.

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Books

Titles new and old propose many ways to wisdom. From rare and perennial books to new releases and tarot decks, our offerings light the path to awakening.

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From Dr. Judith Orloff…

The Top 10 Traits Of An Empath

A psychiatrist—and empath—explains how to identify the challenges of being a highly sensitive person.

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The Daily BeLeaf

“They will say you are on the wrong road, if it is your own.”

—Antonio Porchia, Argentinian poet