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Book Spotlight: The Mood Book: Crystals, Oils, and Rituals to Elevate Your Spirit #crystals #mindfulnessmonday

978-1454933182

978-1454933182

Manage your moods and change negatives into positives with this ritual-based guide to essential oils, meditations, mantras, crystal healing, and more.

How are you feeling? The Mood Book wants to know! Organized into easy-to-follow sections based on your frame of mind, it contains powerful self-care treatments for elevating your spirits. Inside, you’ll uncover suggestions for anxiety-relieving baths, essential oils, and crystals; guided meditations to find your Zen; physical exercises to boost your confidence; aromatherapy to enhance romance, and flowers for healing. Sequenced around five different moods, this delightfully illustrated book also includes quizzes and advice on optimizing your life and environment.

Crystals are a fun and unique way to help direct and influence that energy towards greater health when used with the right intention.
— Amy Leigh Mercree | O, The Oprah Magazine

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Books for November

Here are a few books that you should add to your shelf this month: Who hasn't missed their daily Oprah fix since her show ended in May? The Oprah Winfrey Show: Reflections on an American Legacy is a beautiful book, available 11/15 from Abrams Books. Featuring never before printed photos and plenty of celebrity contributions, this book will be a great addition to your coffee table.

Another beautiful find: this book will appeal to artists, tattoo enthusiasts, and even the scientifically inclined! Science Ink, from Sterling Publishing has over 250 photographs of science inspired tattoos. Pick this one up not only for the beautiful images, but for the accompanying text which reflects on and explains each image.

Cult of Lego from No Starch Press (distributed by IPS) is also available this month. Flipping through this book will make you want to get out your old bucket of Lego blocks and start building! Chapters delve into the history of Lego, its various uses in art and technology, and the minifig phenomenon.

Click here for some recommended YA books for November!