Synchronicity and the love of bookstores

7 Apr

Yesterday I browsed through my local Barnes and Noble bookstore.  I was thrilled to find The Twelfth Insight by James Redfield, published in 2011.  The last of his four earlier books was published in 1999.  I missed the “Celestine Prophecy” movie produced in 2006, but have read all his books and been a fan.  I finished reading The Twelfth Insight this evening.  Redfield introduces wonderful concepts through an adventure story.  If you liked his earlier work, you will like The Twelfth Insight and Chapter One is  Sustaining Synchronicity.  The unplanned stop in the bookstore was my synchronicity in action.

During two earlier trips to the same bookstore I discovered How the Scots Invented the Modern World by Author Herman and Backyard Medicine by Julie Bruton-Seal and Matthew Seal.  Each book said “take me home”.  Reading modern history from a Scottish point of view was fascinating, because Scotland in the 1600s was an incubator for economic and government theory which was very influential in the founding of the United States.  The second book Backyard Medicine is inspiring future blog posts.  Stay tuned.

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