Jul 222013
Power Up for Profits!

Reading Time: 4 minutes Book Review by Maria Mar Book: Power up for Profits Author: Kathleen Gage Recommended for: Dreampreneurs, authors, healers and other experts who want to start-up, profit-up or upgrade their purpose-based business so that it generates profits. I’ve been a fan of Kathleen Gage for years, and this book reminds me why. In “Power up for Profits” Kathleen once again shows her gift to help entrepreneurs make money by placing one foot in front of the other instead of running ourselves into the ground. For business starters, it’s a primer on how to build a profitable foundation for your business, and the book is full of ideas that you can immediately implement. For those dreampreneurs, spiritpreneurs or fempreneurs who have been working for a while and have gained some visibility and clients, it’s a system-check up that will allow you to see what aspects of your business are not generating income, why and how to course-correct for profitability and how to grow from there. Kathleen’s core message is that you can build a spiritually-founded, value-anchored and purpose-based business that makes you [Read more.]

Dec 202011
Begin the New Year with Self-love

Reading Time: 4 minutes Dream Alchemist Book Review Book: How do I love me? Let me count the Ways Author: Daylle Deanna Schwartz’ Self-love is the foundation of wellness, manifestation, success, love and happiness. In other words, it’s the basis for a good life, a life of quality. I’ve been saying it for years and I’ll continue to say it every day. But now that 2011 is almost gone and 2012 is around the corner, I’m not only saying it. I’ve found two FREE resources for you to get into the self-love wagon for 2012. 2012 is a big transformational year for the planet. Each of us needs to be in top shape to shift humanity from fear to love. This shift begins within each of us, and the first step is self-love. The problem is that self-love is like exercising and eating healthily. If you ask a thousand persons, they are all likely to agree that these things are necessary. If you ask those same persons if they exercise or eat healthy, most of them will answer no. The simplest things in life [Read more.]

May 222010
The Root of All Healing

Reading Time: 5 minutes The Root of All Healing: 7 Steps to Healing Anything Book and Product Review By the Dream Alchemist   Book:  The Root of All Healing: 7 Steps to Healing Anything Product: 7 Steps to Healing Anything Home Study Course Author/Creator: Reverend Misa Hopkins   RATING: ***** 5 stars: Excellent read, excellent transformational tool, excellent spiritual and healing journey I am a seasoned healer and a self-transformational expert, so I thought that Reverend Misa Hopkins’ “7 Steps to Healing Anything Home Study Course” would be a refresher course. Was I in for a surprise! I have experienced a profound breakthrough in my self-healing process from just working the first lesson! Reading Reverend Misa’s book some months ago was a beautiful healing meditation. Her writing voice slows you down and brings you to the place of healing. This place is effortless because you let go of the complications you create to distract yourself from your body’s Authentic Presence. This place is peaceful because there is no pressure, no judgment.   As Reverend Misa takes you into this healing place, she says things [Read more.]

Apr 062010
Book Review: The Leader who had no title

Reading Time: 6 minutes Dream Alchemist’s Book Review By Maria Mar Author: Robin Sharma Book: The Leader Who had No Title A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in  Life   “No one’s unimportant. There are ono extra people alive today. Every person and every job matters, and all work can be made meaningful with the Lead Without the Title philosophy.” Robin Sharma The Leader Who had No Title A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in  Life I’ve been as charged up lately as if I’d been plugged into a giant Eveready battery.   My secret?   I read a tiny book with a huge power to move the human spirit.   The book? The Leader Who had no Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life.   The author? Robin Sharma, a leader who has been voted the Number Two top leader in the world and whose legendary book, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari sold millions of copies in more than fifty-five countries.   The message in this tiny book has been igniting [Read more.]

Mar 092010
Book Review: Master your Workday now

Reading Time: 7 minutes     Dream Alchemist’s Book Review By Maria Mar Author: Michael Linenberger Book: Master your Workday Now If you are experiencing stress and worry or feel overwhelmed by all your work (and life) load, or if you are frustrated by goals that keep being postponed beyond an ever receding horizon due to daily urgency, this book is your lifesaver. Or should I say timesaver?   The tools that Michael Linenberger teaches in Master your Workday Now truly work! I cleared the clutter on my desk and released the clutter in my mind by the second day of reading, while still in Part 1 of the book. Befriending Time One of the constant patterns I see in my clients and peers these days is that they have made time their enemy. Time is life. The day you don’t have time is the day you die. Yet, people are constantly saying “I don’t have time to do this”.   Guess what is dumped in the “no time for it” zone? Dreams. Desires. Vision. Goals. The stuff that gives life meaning, direction and [Read more.]

Feb 022010
Inspirational Journey-Jumping on Water

Reading Time: 2 minutes Most people still believe that reality is objective. Then they believe that their interpretation IS reality. Next they believe that their emotional response is caused by this reality. This is a way of giving your power away. Why not instead assume your power as the creator of reality? Why be the spectator when you can be the author, director and protagonist? Get the credits for your life. After all, you have created it! Maria Mar The Dream Alchemist Inspirational Book Excerpt     “The way we relate to others and to the world at large has less to do with outer circumstances and more to do with the stories in our mind. Our feelings arise in response to our inner interpretation of the world around us, which in turn drive our actions and behaviors to create our current life experience. At the end of the day, at the end of your life, your power and freedom lie in making reality mean what you want it to. Your attitude toward life determines what life becomes for you.”   From Ted Karam [Read more.]