In the long days of summer, now is the perfect time for a healthy dose of Vitamin N with your vitamin D. Don’t pine for The Last Child in the Woods or merely wonder at Nature and the Human Soul. With school out, Let Them Eat Dirt! Barjon’s has a great selection for Sharing Nature, so stop by today and stock up on these titles and more to get everyone Outside!
Join us in reading this month’s featured title The Everyday Empath, by Raven Digitalis, and visit with the author in person at his book signing at 4pm and Q&A discussion at 6pm in lieu of our regular meeting on May 22.
Deepen Your Understanding of Empathy, Develop Your Gifts, and Discover Emotional Balance
Enrich your knowledge of empathy and improve your empathic abilities with this captivating, easy-to-use guide. The Everyday Empath offers a well-rounded view of what it means to experience high levels of empathy in daily life. Featuring exercises, examples, and insights, it’s an essential resource to have on your shelf.
Explore empathic self-care and how to spiritualize your empathy through daily meditation, prayer, shrines, vision boards, and more. Learn about the importance of creative expression and astrological shifts. Find out how to share your gifts with friends, family, and your community. From science to spirituality, this book shows you how to achieve personal balance and reveals new ideas that will help you thrive in your empathic life.
Author Raven Digitalis is the co-founder of a nonprofit multicultural temple called Opus Aima Obscuræ (OAO), which primarily observes NeoPagan and Hindu traditions. Raven has been an earth-based practitioner since 1999, a Priest since 2003, a Freemason since 2012, and an empath all of his life. He holds a degree in anthropology from the University of Montana and is also a professional Tarot reader, DJ, small-scale farmer and animal rights advocate.
What is the Wild Readers Book Club?
Wild readers are we who seek to consciously select stories that entertain, inspire and uplift with the deliberate purpose to influence and change our own selves into what we want to see more of in the world. Contact email@example.com for more information about our regular meetings and join in!
The beauty of wild creation, within us and surrounding us, can help us heal, and can bring happiness and real magic into our lives – we can become joyful and free! A Shaman’s Guide To Deep Beauty shares stories and lessons from over 30 years of dedication to the shamanic pathways and teachers of indigenous wisdom traditions – including his gratitude for the gifts of the Toltec legacy and the mysterious beauty of Teotihuacan.
Join us in exploring this guide to moving into the spiral of Creation’s energy and discovering the deep beauty contained within each moment. Explore each step on the spiral path, that will help you to embody the ageless wisdom of Spirit — bringing happiness, healing, and real magic into your life.
Join us at Barjon’s
Wednesday, April 24,
7 – 8pm
for our Wild Readers Book Club meeting!
by Mac MacCartney
The Children’s Fire forges a trail into Britain’s wild and ancient Celtic past. It locates the fragments of a story that still has resonance today; the pulse and surge of an older wisdom that cracks the mendacity of the shopping mall’s vacuous promise. It is a passionate evocation of a generous, inclusive, diverse and spiritually significant world – the world of our longing.
In the winter of 2009 Mac Macartney walked from his birthplace in England across Wales to the island of Anglesey, once the spiritual epicentre of Late Iron Age Britain, navigating by the sun and the stars, with no map, compass, stove or tent, and in the coldest winter for many years.
The Children’s Fire records that journey, and seeks to lay bare the aching loss of knowing and understanding sacredness as it applies to everything ordinary that brings joy to the human heart. It asserts the emergence of a new story; the story of a people coming home to a truth made all the more poignant having so painfully broken faith with nature, our deeper humanity, and the paradise we fouled with such casual disrespect. It is a love story and part of a larger narrative that is surfacing all around the world. It seeks to reclaim our future and name it, beautiful.