Eden and her youngest daughter, Dondi Dahlin, have co-authored the new THE LITTLE BOOK OF ENERGY MEDICINE as a simple, easy-to-use “pocket guide” to one of the most powerful alternative health practices in existence today. The book features a “Five Minute Daily Energy Routine” to restore the body’s natural energy flow, in addition to information on specific energy medicine exercises that can help combat a host of health conditions from headaches and nausea to insomnia and the common cold. THE LITTLE BOOK OF ENERGY MEDICINE is essential reading for anyone looking to improve general health and well-being.
In the first video, Donna Eden performs an energy test on Tarcher Publisher Joel Fotinos and demonstrates exercises that readers can put into practice each morning for better health and vitality.
In the second segment, she sits down with Joel to talk about her energy work and answer some frequently asked questions about the practice of energy medicine and its origins.
In the final segment, Joel speaks with Dr. David Feinstein about the burgeoning field of energy psychology.
“Even the most hard-nosed doctor will admit that some people have a healing presence that makes us–and our immune systems–better than before. Donna Eden is one of those rare healers.”–GLORIA STEINEM
“It’s time for minds to open and bodies to heal. Read, learn, and explore your innate abilities.”–Love, Medicine & Miracles author BERNIE SIEGEL, M.D. on Donna Edeb’s & David Feinstein’s ENERGY MEDICINE.
Read an excerpt from Donna Eden’s newest book, The Little Book of Energy Medicine HERE.
Bestselling author Whitley Strieber discusses the mysterious true events of one fateful night when a stranger barged into his hotel room and proceeded to enlighten him on some of the biggest questions facing all of mankind – a story told in his new book The Key.
This episode is presented in three parts: a description of the encounter, a discussion with Mitch Horowitz about how the encounter affected his life, and a description with Horowitz about the current state of our society and the human race.
David Thorne, author of The Internet Is A Playground, has described what he does as “writing in a shark cage,” and anyone who has read his hilarious viral email correspondences—such as “Simon’s Pie Charts,” “Missing Missy” or “It Is Obviously That Your a Foggot”—will understand why.
In this video, Tarcher editor Michael Solana speaks with Thorne about everything from the inspiration behind some of his most viral correspondences, to the online prank that got him arrested for three days, to the time he spent frequenting knitting forums as “Edna.”
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Beloved author Sophy Burnham is back with two new books: the just-released The Art of Intuition, and a new edition of A Book of Angels. In this video, she discusses the impact of both intuition and angels on our lives, and why angels are still relevant today. Several members of the Tarcher family also stop by to share their diverse views on angels.
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In our latest episode of Tarcher Talks, psychiatrist and neuroscientist Amir Levine sits down with Tarcher Executive Editor Sara Carder to explain the groundbreaking research behind his new book, Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment And How It Can Help Your Find—and Keep—Love (with co-author Rachel Heller). Levine explains the concept of attachment theory, the three attachment styles, and the powerful implications they have for our relationships. Next, Levine confronts some common dating dilemmas.
Renowned psychologist Dr. Neil Fiore, author of The Now Habit, sits down with Tarcher / Penguin Publisher Joel Fotinos to discuss his bestselling program to combat procrastination. Fiore outlines the mental roadblocks that promote procrastination and offers strategies to help us overcome procrastination now. In discussing his approach, he explains how we can schedule guilt-free play, adjust our expectations in order to begin, and dramatically alter the inner dialogue we have with ourselves about work in order to be a producer rather than a procrastinator.
While idolized by millions of artists who swear by her bestselling creativity guides, even Julia Cameron gets writers block. She opens up about her own struggles to stay motivated in her new book, The Creative Life: True Tales on Inspiration. Written as a creative diary, the book allows us to shadow Cameron, witnessing both the ups and downs of her endeavors and gleaning wisdom from quiet moments of reflection. Throughout, Cameron emphasizes her firm belief that everyone has creative potential, and nurturing that potential can transform lives. Practical and encouraging, The Creative Life helps us see how we, too, can use Cameron’s methods to build our lives around our art.
Cameron discussed some of those tools with Tarcher publisher Joel Fotinos in an episode of Tarcher Talks:
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When the eerie phenomena in his home escalated to a full-fledged haunting, Gary Jansen was forced to reevaluate his views on the paranormal and explore his Catholic beliefs for guidance.In the first segment of this episode, he details the haunting and explains how Mary Ann Winkowski, the real life inspiration for The Ghost Whisperer, helped him expel the spirits plaguing his family home. He also shares how he reconciled his Catholic faith with these extraordinary occurrences, and in the process, discovered a close, historical connection between Catholicism and the supernatural. In the final segment, Jansen takes viewers on a tour of his home, spotlighting the locations where the paranormal activity peaked.
Inside the Real Life Haunting
Catholicism and the Paranormal
A Tour of the Home’s Most Haunted Corners
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HOLY GHOSTS: Or How A (Not So) Good Catholic Boy Became A Believer in Things That Go Bump in the Night
By Gary Jansen
Adam Elenbaas sits down with Tarcher Editor-in-Chief Mitch Horowitz to discuss his new book, Fishers of Men. Elenbaas delves into the themes at the heart of his memoir: family and his coming of age. He also details the power of the shamanic ceremonies in South America where he consumed ayahuasca, a psychedelic jungle vine revered for its mind-expanding spiritual properties.
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In the second segment, Elenbaas discusses the spiritual powers of ayahuasca with Jonathan Talat Phillips, community director for the fast-growing community website, Evolver.net and creator of “The Ayahuasca Monologues: Tales of the Spirit Vine”.
Wendy Stehling designed her diet and fitness plan, Thin Thighs in 30 Days, for busy women who didn’t have time to hit the gym or deal with complicated eating plans. Ready to start? Go the Penguin’s Screening Room to watch Wendy take you through a few thigh-toning moves you can even to at the office for a quick lunch hour workout.