Living Wellness Publishing

Introducing a timeless collection of profound wisdom and transformative insights, our selection of published books embraces the teachings of influential New Thought teachers and mystical poets. From the visionary minds of Neville Goddard, James Allen, and Florence Scovel Shinn to the enchanting verses of Lal Ded (or Lalleshwari) and the timeless words of Kahlil Gibran, these books have left an indelible mark on countless lives, including my own.

Step into a world where ancient wisdom intertwines with modern enlightenment. Discover the power of manifestation and the art of conscious creation through the teachings of Neville Goddard, whose works inspire and empower individuals to tap into their inner potential and reshape their reality.

Immerse yourself in the profound insights of James Allen, whose writings explore the relationship between thought, character, and personal success. His timeless principles of self-discipline, mindfulness, and positive thinking continue to resonate with seekers of truth and personal growth.

Unlock the secrets of abundance and prosperity with Florence Scovel Shinn, whose teachings illuminate the path to achieving one’s desires through faith and alignment with universal laws. Her works provide practical guidance for creating a life of abundance, joy, and fulfillment.

Journey through the ages and explore the mystical poetry of Lal Ded (or Lalleshwari), an ancient sage whose verses embody spiritual awakening and the union of self with the divine. Her words transcend time and space, offering profound insights into the nature of existence and the depths of the human soul.

Experience the profound beauty of Kahlil Gibran’s poetry, capturing the essence of love, life, and the human condition. His words resonate with a universal language, touching hearts and inspiring reflection on the deeper aspects of our shared human experience.

By offering these treasured works, we strive to ensure their survival for generations to come. Join us on a transformative journey as we celebrate the enduring legacy of these exceptional authors and poets. Open your mind, expand your consciousness, and embrace the wisdom that has touched countless lives throughout history.

Discover the power within these pages and embark on a journey of self-discovery, inspiration, and spiritual growth. Allow these books to become cherished companions on your path to enlightenment, empowering you to create a life of purpose, abundance, and inner fulfillment.

Neville Goddard’s Library Of Books

Neville Goddard was born in Barbados on February 19, 1905, to Joseph Nathaniel and Wilhelmina Goddard. He immigrated to New York City c. 1922, where he initially worked as a ballet and ballroom dancer. In 1931, he began to study under an Ethiopian rabbi named Abdullah, who introduced him to Kabbalah  

Neville Goddard teaches us that the human creates reality just by imagining rather than trying to change outside circumstances, that it is only the creation of the mind of what you desire, as well as everything you see, is created by the mind first whether you are conscious of it or not.  IMAGINATION IS YOUR PERSONAL GOD.

Shakti & Shakta

Sir John Woodroffe, who wrote under the pseudonym of Arthur Avalon, was a Western scholar in the best traditions who brought important Hindu texts and teachings to the West, including the classic work on Kundalini yoga, The Serpent Power. His books were published to the public domain.

In Shakti and Shakta, Arthur Avalon explores the teachings of the “Bharata Dharma,” the common thread of tradition that links Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, as they relate to the divine feminine, expressed as “Shakti” or power in contrast to “Shiva” or unchanging consciousness.

Manifest it!

Manifest it!

This journaling book has sections included for scripting, for revising, and taking inventory of success.

Keeping an attitude of gratitude helps more of the good come to your life and stay in your life.

There is a spot for dream journaling, and for imagining!

The Florence Scovel Shinn Collection

Florence Scovel Shinn was born September 24, 1871 in Camden, New Jersey and she was an American artist and book illustrator who became a New Thought spiritual teacher and metaphysical writer in her middle years.

In New Thought circles, Shinn is best known for her first book, The Game of Life and How to Play It (1925). She expressed her philosophy as:

The invisible forces are ever working for man who is always “pulling the strings” himself, though he does not know it. Owing to the vibratory power of words, whatever man voices, he begins to attract.

-The Game of Life, Florence Scovel Shinn

Her books put forward New Thought beliefs, with the use of Biblical references, all presented in short, succinct chapters.

The Hermetic Collection

Hermeticism or Hermetism is a philosophical and religious system based on the purported teachings of Hermes Trismegistus (a Hellenistic conflation of the Greek god Hermes and the Egyptian god Thoth).

These teachings are contained in the various writings attributed to Hermes (the Hermetica), which were produced over a period spanning many centuries (c. 300 BCE – 1200 CE) and may be very different in content and scope.

The texts now known as the Corpus Hermeticum are dated by modern translators and most scholars to the beginning of the second century or earlier, The text “The Kybalion” is dated to 1908 and penned by an anonymous author “The Three Initiates”, and The Emerald tablets also known as the Smaragdine Tablet or the Tabula Smaragdina, is a compact and cryptic Hermetic text. It was highly regarded by Islamic and European alchemists as the foundation of their art. The text of the Emerald Tablet first appears in a number of early medieval Arabic sources, the oldest of which dates to the late eighth or early ninth century, yet its authorship is attributed to Hermes Trismegistus.

Ashtavakra Gita

You are pure awareness. The world is an illusion, Nothing more. When you understand this fully, Desire falls away. You find peace. For indeed! There is nothing. (15.17)

The text is an instruction for achieving the self-realization and Oneness. The Ashtavakra Gita is a short treatise ascribed to the great sage Ashtavakra.

Composed between 500-400BC, though some claim it was written later, either in the eighth century by a follower of Shankara, or as late as the fourteenth century during a resurgence of Shankara’s teaching, The Ashtavakra Gita is written as a dialogue between King Janaka, the father of Sita, and his guru, Ashtavakra.

The Prophet

Gibran Khalil Gibran was born on January 6, 1883, to a Maronite Christian family in Lebanon. A quiet, sensitive young boy, he displayed an early artistic disposition, and a love for nature that became evident in later works.  His early education was sporadic, although he received informal lessons from a local doctor.

Kahlil Gibran moved to the United States in 1895, he began writing newspaper columns and books, drawing attention for his prose poems.  In 1912 Gibran published the novella al-Ajniha al-mutakassira (Broken Wings). He had an exhibition of

his paintings in late 1914, although by then his Symbolist-influenced style was becoming outdated in the art world..

Gibran  wrote his most famous work, The Prophet (1923), making him the third-best-selling poet of all time.

Centered on the character of Almustafa, a holy man, set to return home after 12 years in exile, the book expounds on matters of love, sorrow, charity, parenting,  and religion in 26 poetic essays.   The Prophet quickly sold out its first edition and continued selling steadily, giving Gibran  his first taste of widespread fame


10 mail order lessons of New Thought teachings by Della Marie Pence. The term “demonstration” is now replaced with “manifestation”, but in 1933 when these lessons took place the word demonstration was still in use. These teachings are now called “The Law of Assumption.

Advanced lessons, is a historical mail order correspondence course in the New Thought movement, and the law of attraction.  The New Thought movement (also Higher Thought) is  a spiritual movement that coalesced in the United States in the early 19th century. New Thought was seen by its adherents as succeeding “ancient thought”, accumulated wisdom and philosophy from a variety of origins, such as Ancient Greek, Kabbalistic,  Roman, Egyptian (hermeticism), Chinese, Taoist, Vedic, Hindu, and Buddhist cultures.  New Though is a  belief system, primarily based on oneness consciousness, and its implications for human living as it relates to the correction of thought patterns.  New Thought thought about the interaction among thought, belief, consciousness in the human mind, and the effects of these within and beyond the human mind.

Della Marie Pence, though relatively unknown today, was a master teacher, and compared to her contemporary New Thought teachers, she stands out in both simplicity and applicable teachings. Her teachings belong side by side with Florence Scovel Shinn and Neville Goddard.

 As A Man Thinketh is

 As A Man Thinketh is an essay and self-help classic, which argues that the key to mastering your life is harnessing the power of your thoughts and helps you cultivate the philosophy and attitude of a positive, successful person. The law of assumption made easy. A must read, for very Neville Goddard fan.


also known locally as “Lal Ded ” 1320–1392), was a Kashmiri mystic and liberated saint,  of the Kashmir Shaivism school of Hindu philosophy.

Lal Ded’s works were first recorded in writing in the twentieth century, and have been frequently republished since, in Kashmiri as well as in translation. In 1914, Sir George Grierson,  commissioned a copy of Lal Ded’s vakhs. A written record of the vakhs was unavailable at the time, and one was prepared by transcribing an oral narration of the vakhs performed by Dharma-dasa Darwesh, a story-teller residing in Gush, Kashmir. This manuscript was translated in English by Grierson. Following his translation, a number of English translations have been produced, by Pandit Ananda Koul (1921), Sir Richard Carnac Temple (1924).

 She was the creator of the style of mystic poetry called vatsun or Vakhs, literally “speech” (from Sanskrit vaak).

The first written record of Lal Ded’s life is contained in the Tadhkirat-ul-Arifin (1587), a collection of biographies of saints and religious figures written by Mulla Ali Raina, and followed by an account of her life in Baba Daud Mishkati’s Asrar ul-Akbar (1654). In these texts, Lal Ded is described as a mystic saint, appearing in the forest to travellers

Dynamic Thought or The Law of Vibrant Energy

William Walker Atkinson was indeed an extremely prolific author and speaker. Over the course of his career, he wrote dozens of books on a wide range of topics, including new thought, spirituality, the occult, mentalism, and yoga. He also contributed to several magazines and journals and gave numerous lectures and talks on these subjects.

Despite his diverse interests and the many different pseudonyms under which he wrote, Atkinson’s work was characterized by a consistent focus on the power of the mind and the importance of personal growth and self-improvement. His writings continue to be widely read and studied by those interested in spirituality, mysticism, and the power of positive thinking.

We proudly present our curated selection of published books, available through Barnes and Noble, the cherished publisher and sales outlet that holds a special place in my heart. Countless hours were spent within the walls of Barnes and Noble, immersed in the pages of books, experiencing transformative moments that shaped my life and that of my children. While Amazon may be a larger online platform, my unwavering support is directed towards the profound impact Barnes and Noble and other brick and mortar book stores, had on our personal journeys.

Within these pages, you will discover a treasure trove of wisdom, encompassing the teachings of revered New Thought teachers such as Neville Goddard, James Allen, and Florence Scovel Shinn. Their transformative insights offer guidance on conscious creation, personal success, and manifesting abundance, empowering you to shape your reality and unlock your true potential.

Moreover, our collection extends beyond the boundaries of time, delving into the mystical poetry of ancient sages like Lal Ded (or Lalleshwari) and the mesmerizing words of Kahlil Gibran. These mystical poets transport readers to ethereal realms, offering profound glimpses into the human soul, love, and the deeper meaning of existence.

By choosing Barnes and Noble as our publishing and sales outlet, we pay homage to the sanctuary it provided, where countless hours were spent, free of charge, indulging in the enriching atmosphere and the boundless knowledge within its walls. This decision is a testament to the transformative moments we experienced and our desire to support the continuation of such invaluable spaces for future generations.

The lasting impact of Barnes and Noble, and other brick and mortar bookstores, sparked my curiosity and helped shape my learning. This growing collection of cherished and extraordinary books are brought to you with love. Each page carries the potential to inspire, enlighten, and shape your life, just as it has done for countless others. Allow these books to become your trusted companions, nurturing your mind, expanding your consciousness, and guiding you towards a life of purpose, abundance, and fulfillment.