Author Archives: Tim Larison

Goodbye Calm Within, Hello timlarison.com

I am changing my blog to this URL: www.timlarison.com If you are subscribed to this blog and like my book reviews and other posts go to the above address and subscribe to timlarison.com. All the content from this blog has … Continue reading

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I Believe (book review)

“The power of belief, the absolutely awesome incredible power of belief, is the genie in your life,” Eldon Taylor writes early in his book “I Believe: When What You Believe Matters!”  Now in paperback, I Believe is 191 pages of … Continue reading

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The Honeymoon Effect (book review)

I received a complementary copy of this book from Hay House for review purposes.  The opinions are completely my own based on my experience. Most of us have had the feeling.  The joy of being in love and all the … Continue reading

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Loveability: Knowing How to Love and Be Loved (book review)

I received a complementary copy of this book from Hay House for review purposes.  The opinions are completely my own based on my experience. “Of all the things there are to learn – philosophy and mathematics, poetry and law, all … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being Extraordinary by Wayne Dyer/Eckhart Tolle (CD Review)

How would you like to hear a conversation between two of the top three most influential spiritual people alive?  The new Hay House CD set “The Importance of Being Extraordinary” gives you that opportunity. Wayne Dyer jokes about this designation … Continue reading

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Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail (book review)

Greg Kuhn’s book “Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail” could easily be called “Quantum Physics for Dummies”.  Yes, I’m a dummy when it comes to understanding quantum physics, and Kuhn gives the best treatment I’ve read yet of explaining this … Continue reading

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You Can Trust Your Life (DVD Review)

“I love you, Tim, and I am proud of you.  You have shown great courage to get to where you are, and you have so much more life yet to live.” I now have a mirror by my desk where … Continue reading

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This Time I Dance (book review)

Tama Kieves had it made.  A Harvard Law School graduate, she had achieved what most people would consider “success” – a well paying position with a large firm.  But something inside told her there was more to life than filing … Continue reading

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The Best Of Extroverts and Introverts at the Super Bowl

“Activate your inner Beyoncé,” minister Cynthia James encouraged us to do in a talk I attended awhile back at Mile Hi Church in Denver.  Reverend Cynthia wanted us to express ourselves to the fullest.  “Don’t restrict it – Beyoncé holds … Continue reading

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Help, Thanks, Wow – The Three Essential Prayers (book review)

I was thinking the other day how much time I devote to spiritual growth.  Reading books.  Listening to inspirational music.  Regularly taking in weekly podcasts from some of my favorite ministers.  Meditating.  All activities I really get into.  But lately … Continue reading

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