Known for its open-minded and spiritual people, it’s no surprise that Boulder, Colorado is home to several authors who are passionate about consciousness, meditation and yoga. Also based in Boulder, frequencyRiser supports our local community of book lovers.
Why do books that were inspired in Boulder, Colorado stand out? It may be the many yoga centers, ashrams, meditation escapes, and the impressive Flatiron mountains that set the scene. (Or all of these fun things to do for a cheerful holiday season in Boulder.)
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It's no secret that our minds become preoccupied with everyday happenings; get the kids up and ready for school on time, quickly run to the grocery store and the bank before flying home to prepare meals and finish folding the laundry. It's time to take a breathe and ask; Am I being "mind full" or mindful?
Great spiritual leaders throughout time, like yogis, shamans, mystics and others, connect to a realm of universal peace, which exists at a higher frequency. By evolving consciousness through yoga and meditation, we are able to rise above the daily grind, and find peace in just existing.
frequencyRiser offers the tools needed to elevate to a higher level of awareness.
When we exist at a higher frequency all aspects of life become powerfully sublime.
Where do we start? What do we do to find inner peace? Below are some books to help you on your journey to enlightenment.Read More
Inspired by the author's own courage to ride the ancient Silk Road trade route on a motorcycle from Switzerland to Asia, The Courage Map outlines the concepts of courage through her experiences on the journey and offers valuable wisdom and insights for the reader to use to create their own courage map to live boldly in their own life. With an inspiring foreword by Sir Richard Branson, this book is not only a great read but offers tools for the reader to learn about themselves and open up to a life of adventure, compassion and fulfillment. Many of us have an idea of how we would like our life to be but often we don't have the courage to realize these dreams due to fear; fear of failure, money, how people might perceive us, whether our parents might approve, or just fear of stepping outside our comfort zone. This book will allow you to expand your boundaries and realize what can be possible for your life. The author not only outlines a path for you to create your own courage map but also provides a free Courage Map Journal for you to design your own unique Courage Map "for living boldly, going after your wildest dreams, and leaving your mark on the world."
Sankalpa - an ancient Sanskrit word - means intention, purpose, commitment. Sankalpa are set before yoga practice, and are connected with while in the flow. Like New Year’s resolutions, sankalpa are about positive change that brings out the best in you for a happier life. However, there is one striking way in which sankalpa are different from New Year’s resolutions.Read More
A former actress, model and TV host, Maria Felipe's life changed when she began to study a book called A Course in Miracles (ACIM). ACIM defines a miracle as a "shift in perception" allowing us to see that the problem is not "out there" but in our mind. This shift in perception changed Maria's life so much that she obtained her ministerial certificate and is now Reverend Maria Felipe author of Live Your Happy.
By ridding ourselves of fear and the cuckoo voice of the ego, embracing forgiveness, gratitude, mindfulness, and shifting our perception, we can live our happy. This book is a great in-depth roadmap to guide you on your journey to happy!
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"The last thing Steve Jobs said before he died was, 'Oh wow! Oh wow! Oh wow!' Thomas Jefferson’s final words were, 'It’s very beautiful over there,' and they are not alone in that people all over the world speak final words that are beautiful, mysterious, and sometimes more than a little confusing every day," says Smartt. The common theme from all of these statements seem to imply that death is indeed not the end but just a transition from one reality to another.
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