New and forthcoming

HausMagic

Erica Feldmann

Salem-based witch and founder of lifestyle store HausWitch, Erica Feldmann, offers a modern approach to interior decoration.

HausMagick guides you through seven important stages that combine both spiritual and physical ways to create the home of your dreams. Chapters include: Manifesting 101, Banishing Bad Vibes and Clearing Clutter, Creating Protection, Boundaries and Grounding, Make it Cozy, Building Sanctuary and Harmony at Home.

Throughout, Erica offers simple spells steeped in ancient wisdom combined with clever home-styling tricks that will transform any space into a home.

Anticancer Living

Lorenzo Cohen (and others)

“You have cancer.”

These are perhaps the most feared three words that will ever come out of a doctor’s mouth, and more and more people are hearing them. Yet most patients (and doctors) do not realize that lifestyle changes can dramatically reduce risk, assist treatment, and improve chances of surviving and even thriving after a diagnosis. Over the course of a major study Servan-Schreiber designed with Dr Lorenzo Cohen at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, six key areas have emerged: stress management, sleep, social and emotional support, diet, exercise, and avoiding environmental toxins. Each plays a role--but it's the synergies created by this "Mix of Six" that can bring about real shifts in health and well-being in as little as six weeks, significantly improving quality of life and positively supporting conventional cancer treatments.

Dr. David Servan-Schreiber's Anticancer introduced a revolutionary way to understand and confront cancer, changing the lives of millions around the world. He laid out the principles of integrative care that had allowed him to live many
years beyond expectations for his own cancer, but readers have long requested a specific plan to implement his approach. Anticancer Living is that book.

Dear Zealots

Amos Oz

This collection of three new essays – all based on talks delivered by Amos Oz – was written out of a sense of urgency, concern, and a belief that a better future is still possible. It touches on the universal nature of fanaticism and its possible cures; the Jewish roots of humanism and the need for a secular pride in Israel; and the geopolitical standing of Israel in the wider Middle East and internationally. These three pleas illuminate the argument over Israeli, Jewish and human existence, and Amos Oz sheds a clear and surprising light on vital political and historical issues, daring to offer new ways out of a reality that appears to be closed down.

Dear Zealots is a significant document that outlines Amos’s current thinking about the Middle East – urgent reading for anyone interested in the conflict.

Craft

Gabriela Herstik

Infuse a drop of magic into everyday life.

Guided by writer, fashion alchemist and modern witch, Gabriela Herstik unlocks the ancient art of witchcraft so that you can find a brand of magic that works for you.

From working with crystals, tarot and astrology, to understanding sex magic, solstices and full moons; learn how to harness energy, unleash your inner psychic and connect with the natural world.

Full of spellwork and rituals for self-care, new opportunities and keeping away toxic energy, Craft is the essential lifestyle guide for the modern woman who wants to feel empowered and reconnect with herself.

After all, empowered women run the world (and they’re probably witches).

Living with the Gods

Neil MacGregor

A panoramic new history of belief from Neil MacGregor, the celebrated author of A History of the World in 100 Objects and Germany, coinciding with a new BBC Radio 4 documentary and an exhibition at the British Museum.

The Peace of Wild Things

Wendell Berry

I come into the peace of wild things
who do not tax their lives with forethought
of grief. I come into the presence of still water.
And I feel above me the day-blind stars
waiting with their light. For a time
I rest in the grace of the world, and am free.

The poems of Wendell Berry invite us to stop, to think, to see the world around us, and to savour what is good. Here are consoling verses of hope and of healing; short, simple meditations on love, death, friendship, memory and belonging; luminous hymns to the land, the cycles of nature and the seasons as they ebb and flow. Here is the peace of wild things.

The Healing Self

Deepak Chopra (and others)

Heal yourself from the inside out

Our immune systems can no longer be taken for granted. Current trends in public healthcare are disturbing: our increased air travel allows newly mutated bacteria and viruses to spread across the globe, antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria outstrip the new drugs that are meant to fight them, deaths due to hospital-acquired infections are increasing, and the childhood vaccinations of our aging population are losing their effectiveness. Now more than ever, our well-being is at a dangerous crossroad.

But there is hope, and the solution lies within ourselves. The Healing Self is the new breakthrough book in self-care by bestselling author and leader in integrative medicine Deepak Chopra and Harvard neuroscientist Rudolph E Tanzi. They argue that the brain possesses its own lymphatic system, meaning it is also tied into the body’s general immune system.

Based on this brand new discovery, they offer new ways of increasing the body’s immune system by stimulating the brain and our genes, and through this they help us fight off illness and disease. Combined with new facts about the gut microbiome and lifestyle changes, diet and stress reduction, there is no doubt that this ground-breaking work will have an important effect on your immune system.

Interpretation from the Margins

John D Caputo

Is anything ever not an interpretation?
Does interpretation go all the way down?
Is there such a thing as a pure fact that is interpretation-free? If not, how are we supposed to know what to think and do?

These tantalizing questions are tackled by renowned American thinker John D Caputo in this wide-reaching exploration of what the traditional term 'hermeneutics' can mean in a postmodern, twenty-first century world. As a contemporary of Derrida's and longstanding champion of rethinking the disciplines of theology and philosophy, for decades Caputo has been forming alliances across disciplines and drawing in readers with his compelling approach to what he calls "radical hermeneutics." In this new introduction, drawing upon a range of thinkers from Heidegger to the Parisian "1968ers" and beyond, he raises a series of probing questions about the challenges of life in the postmodern and maybe soon to be 'post-human' world.'

The Little Book of Happiness

Patrick Whiteside

Are you happy?


If the answer is yes, enjoy it. If it’s a no, relax, and be patient. It will return.

Happiness comes and goes. The Little Book of Happiness explains how to search for, and enjoy, this sometimes elusive state.

This essential guide is packed full of mindful wisdom and practical tips to show you how to smile, relax and find a happier path.

The Little Book of Wisdom

Dalai Lama

Happiness lies within you

His Holiness the Dalai Lama has captured the attention and admiration of the world through his wisdom. This jewel of a book offers some of his most helpful insights on daily living, compassion and inner peace.

A timeless collection of advice and teachings from the world’s most revered spiritual leader, it will guide you through good and troubled times.

Whoever you are, whatever your beliefs, the Dalai Lama’s words have the power to calm and inspire.

A Monk's Guide to a Clean House and Mind

Shoukei Matsumoto

Cleanliness is next to enlightenment. In this Japanese bestseller a Buddhist monk explains the traditional meditative techniques that will help cleanse not only your house - but your soul.

Live clean. Feel calm. Be happy.

We remove dust to sweep away our worldly cares. We live simply and take time to contemplate the self, mindfully living each moment. It's not just monks that need to live this way. Everyone in today's busy world needs it.

In Japan, cleanliness is next to enlightenment. This bestselling guide by a Zen Buddhist monk draws on ancient traditions to show you how a few simple changes to your daily habits - from your early morning routine to preparingfood, from respecting the objects around you to working together as a team -will not only make your home calmer and cleaner, but will leave you feeling refreshed, happier and more fulfilled.

The Way of a Pilgrim

Andrew Louth (and others)

By the mercy of God I am a Christian, by my deeds a great sinner, by calling a homeless wanderer of the lowliest origins, roaming from place to place. Here, see my belongings: a bag of dry crusts on my back and the Holy Bible in my breast pocket; that's it.

In 1884 there appeared in Russia a slim volume containing four short tales. They told of a pilgrim, a lone wanderer, led by his quiet curiosity and a deep spiritual longing to undertake a lifelong journey across the land. A folk hero, a figure familiar from the works of Tolstoy and Leskov, this gentle pilgrim and his simple story would soon travel the world - and would even, much later, traverse the pages of JD Salinger's Franny and Zooey as the 'small pea-green cloth-bound book' that Franny keeps close in her handbag.

The pilgrim's ancient journey takes him from a city monastery through forests, fields and the steppes of Siberia. He walks by day and by night, through rains and summer months, finding food and shelter where he can. Along the way, he encounters priests and professors, convicts, nuns and beggars, a tipsy old man in a soldier's greatcoat, from whom he slowly gathers great stores of wisdom and experience. But at the heart of his journey is his time spent praying as he journeys on alone, discovering the peace and consolation that come of constant prayer and silent contemplation.

Simple and sincere, The Way of a Pilgrim paints an enduring picture of a life of detachment through wandering and prayer. And, as the pilgrim makes his way through the wilds, he invites us to travel with him, along an ancient path into an immense, mystical landscape.

God

Reza Aslan

In God, Reza Aslan sheds new light on mankind’s relationship with the divine and challenges our perspective on faith and the birth of religion.

From the origins of spiritual thought to the concept of an active, engaged, divine presence that underlies all creation, Aslan examines how the idea of god arose in human evolution, was gradually personalized, endowed with human traits and emotions, and eventually transformed into a single Divine Personality: the God known today by such names as Yahweh, Father, and Allah.

Bold, wide-ranging and provocative, God challenges everything we thought we knew about the origins of religious belief, and with it our relationship with life and death, with the natural and spiritual worlds, and our understanding of the very essence of human existence.

The Signs

Carolyne Faulkner

****'A new constellation of astrology guru' - Vogue***

Nobody's future is written in the stars, but we can use the stars to help write our future.

For thousands of years people have looked to the night sky for the answers to life's problems. Today's practice is a far cry from newspaper horoscopes and fortune-telling, but instead uses the ancient wisdom of astrology to help us better understand our choices and ourselves. It's not about prescriptive descriptions of personality and fate, but about putting the individual at the centre of decision making.

In The Signs, Carolyne Faulkner breaks down the jargon and offers a clear and simple explanation of how to use your birth chart (a map of the night sky at the time you were born) to take control of every aspect of your life.

Mythos

Stephen Fry

*** Pre-order Mythos by Stephen Fry now ***

The Greek myths are the greatest stories ever told, passed down through millennia and inspiring writers and artists as varied as Shakespeare, Michelangelo, James Joyce and Walt Disney.

They are embedded deeply in the traditions, tales and cultural DNA of the West. In Stephen Fry's hands the stories of the titans and gods become a brilliantly entertaining account of ribaldry and revelry, warfare and worship, debauchery, love affairs and life lessons, slayings and suicides, triumphs and tragedies.

You'll fall in love with Zeus, marvel at the birth of Athena, wince at Cronus and Gaia's revenge on Ouranos, weep with King Midas and hunt with the beautiful and ferocious Artemis.

Thoroughly spellbinding, informative and moving, Stephen Fry's Mythos perfectly captures these stories for the modern age - in all their rich and deeply human relevance.

The Book of Tarot

Danielle Noel

Unlock the magic of the Tarot with this first book from the creator of The Starchild Tarot.

Set goals and intentions with clarity and learn how to handle your deck with confidence as a tool of self-discovery.

'I have been a huge fan of Danielle Noel's Starchild Tarot ever since I discovered her work, and to have her tarot wisdom distilled into this beautiful book is a dream come true… Danielle's modern approach and dreamy artwork make it relevant for a new generation of Now Age seekers.' - Ruby Warrington, Founder of The Numinous

'A practical and magical guide to taking your curiosity with tarot to a new found confidence… A must read for modern mystics wanting to explore the realm of tarot.' - Emma Mildon, Author of The Soul Searcher's Handbook

'Breathtaking; the artwork is modern and ethereal! …From newbie tarot dabblers to experienced witches, I believe this book needs to live in the library of every goddess.' - Angel Quintana, founder of Holistic Fashionista