The Universe’s “Perfect” Path to Righting a Wrong Committed Decades Ago
This life-changing book illustrates the amazing way the Universe orchestrates our lives toward a state of healing, wholeness, and love—whether we are aware of it or not!
Perfect is a true recounting of the transformational journey that Judi Miller was guided to take that brought the exact right people together, in the exact right order, to right a wrong committed decades ago; before her birth and which left its shadow on her soul.
All her life, Judi was plagued by feelings of fear, of not fitting in, and of not being enough. Facing a crisis of purpose, she embarks on a transformational journey of self-discovery and uncovers a shocking ancestral connection to the very person she trusted to heal her. She learns to open her heart, release her stories, and understand forgiveness in a whole new way.
What does a free-spirited, fifty-something professional do when she breaks up with her non-committal Buddhist boyfriend and longs for a life partner? She holds a ‘letting go’ ceremony with the boyfriend, challenges herself to go on 50 dates, takes a few lovers, and voila! Finding Mr. Right becomes a sexy dating project.
Set in the SF Bay Area world of personal growth workshops and spiritual ceremonies, Fifty First Dates after Fifty traces the adventurous path of Carolyn’s universal quest for love. The goal of fifty pulls her forward through the highs and lows of dating—magical and ecstatic, pining and painful—while her heart soars, falls, and keeps on going. Buoyed by her dating project, she avoids settling for the wrong guy, discovers the type of man she wants, reconciles a love of independence and sex with her desire for commitment and emotional connection, and finds the unique partner for her.
Compelling reading for anyone seeking the courage to make more conscious choices and live fully awake, The Necktie and The Jaguar is a memoir with thought-provoking questions that encourage self-exploration. Author Carl Greer-businessman, philanthropist, and retired Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist-offers an illuminating roadmap to individuation and personal transformation. Greer found security in conforming to the cultural expectations of a postwar, midwestern, middle-class upbringing after a childhood tragedy taught him to constrict his emotions. Becoming president of an independent oil and gas company, he drove his team to success and built his wealth only to find in midlife that his spiritual self was crying out for expression. Undergoing Jungian analysis and becoming an analyst himself offered some soul nourishment. So did studying and practicing martial arts, whose principles helped him navigate challenges in the world of work. Still, it wasn't until Greer took a deep dive into shamanic training and practice that he was able to embody the qualities and emotions he had long denied and turn his attention to philanthropy.
The Universal Gravity Code placed as a Finalist in the “Spirituality” & “New Age” categories of the 2021 International Book Awards.
AH the “Gravity” of it all!
A normal everyday discussion with my husband planted the seed for this book. I don’t recall exactly what we were talking about, but I do remember saying in a sarcastic tone, “Ah, the gravity of it ALL.” In that moment I felt the correlation between the Earth’s gravitational pull and the gravitational pull of our morose thoughts. This realization came with an extreme rush of “Eureka!” which permeated every cell in my body. I instinctively knew that THIS WAS BIG!
Now we are in the midst of the most significant global awakening ever known to man.
As for the challenges we are facing now, well, this is gravity, folks. God is gravity! Not in the sense of punishment, but in the spirit of the gentle, kind demonstration that regardless of external circumstances, we are Love.
The Wind Blows and the Flowers Dance is an Award-Winning Finalist in the Health: Death & Dying category of the 2021 International Book Awards. When a beloved husband dies after decades of marriage, his artist wife must redefine herself in order to go on. Now living alone, but not eager to think of herself as "a widow"— with the baggage of loneliness that term carries—Terre struggles to adapt from a life built for two. Blossoming as an artist, Terre reclaims her late husband's space in the home in order to use painting and poetry to grow anew. She also re-invents herself in the larger community, exploring opportunities newly available even as she grieves the loss of her former life. Terre's heartfelt story, complete with humorous anecdotes and touching reminiscences, is an inspiration to all those who know the best way to honor the deceased is to use the energy of grief to rise, renewed.