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Recommended Reading: Scrolls for Mind-Elevation

18 February 2010 23 Comments


I’ve been getting A LOT of questions lately about recommended reading…especially since I did that last video: people are looking for good research material on meditation, self-confidence, metaphysics, health and positive living in general.

So if you haven’t already, listen to this:

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It’s Recommended Scrolls Session 1 – an audio interview of me and El building on some of our favorites. I’ll make a blog post covering all of sessions later on, but this one came out pretty good, so take a second to check it out now.

Here’s a slideshow of the different titles (click on the “Recommended Scrolls” logo for it), and below that you’ll see some amazon links for them as well:

And lastly, although I’m still putting some finishing touches on the book, you can check out a dope blogging series I did in early March called “Conquer Yourself: How to Enhance Your Productivity, Improve Your Time-Management, Attain Self-Discipline & More” now. (Click the image to see the full cover design.)

It’s 13 posts all building on this same concept – easy steps to help you enhance your personal efficiency – so it can be thought of as a short book in and of itself. The link takes you to a page that explains everything, briefly outlines each post and gives you easy navigation to every entry in the series, so go ahead and check it out now.


>> Why Knowledge is Power (& What it Can Do For Our Community)
>> A New Audio Note, and a Short Story on How I Overcame Depression
>> How to Become Sovereign in Thought (a dope video on self-love)
>> The cover design was done by Desmond Russelle of Gemstone Creations


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