The Inner Lover / Using Passion as a Way to Self-empowerment
When we feel in love with someone, we project missing aspects of our souls onto others. This book shows through personal example and psychological theory how love transforms us and leads to creative gifts, regardless of the outcome of the relationship. First published in 1992 by Shambhala, newly published in 1999 by Aslan.Travel & Leisure, November 2001.
To see a short really nicely produced video on this subject at YouTube, go to Inner Lover
--"A refreshing antidote to the codependency literature. Harms tells not only how to disengage ourselves from others, but how to use our attractions to discover and develop our inner potential. A warm, empowering book." ~ Robert Johnson, author of He, She, and Inner Work.
This book dives deeply into the lives of many animals, documents our relationship to them over time, and shows how to work with dreams and dialogues. A great emotion, transforming in effect, is released when we take the beauty and power of dream animals to heart. I am passionate about protecting all species of beings.
Article about me and animal book: http://www.billingsgazette.net/articles/2008/10/12/features/magazine/22-dream.txt
--"a fine piece of work" ~ Jeremy Taylor, author of Dream Work, et al.
--"You write so well! I was immediately engaged." ~ Stephen Aizenstat, President of Pacifica Graduate Institute, CA
This book enables you to confidently choose the right path when up against the many choices of your life. It provides exercises on relationships, work, and health that uncover the spiritual wisdom rooted in your soul. It offers both inspiration and memoir.
See my blog on journal writing -- August 25. 2016 -- for fuller description.
See a comprehensive review by James Strecker on my blog.
Sections include ecology relating to our bodies, homes, communities, land and ocean, global politics.
--This Almanac "ought to be on every bookshelf in the land." ~ Ted Roszak, The Voice of the Earth, et al
--"This blockbuster of an environmental Almanac zeroes right in on how you and ecology fit into everyday life." ~ Dr. Anne LaBastille
Because I knew Elvis personally and started his first fan club in Texas,this narrative biography shows more of what Elvis is really like than the typical documentary. This biography is far more than just a documentary. It covers Elvis’ early roots more deeply than any other book: his poor rural childhood, teenage insecurities in a big city high school and early successes in the South. Taking the reader behind-the-scenes of his short meteoric life span, it shows what Elvis’ personality was really like.Elvis came to mean so much to men and women alike.
(Atheneum; re-issued by Authors Guild BackinPrint with www.iUniverse.com.)
For more info see www.elvispresley-thebook.com
Real animals in real conflicts. Good for children under 10, published by Soundprints, 1989.