Written by Scott Blum. Todays book is recommended by James Redfield, The Celestine Prophecy, to get you ready for autumn. "...warm and revealing book about personal transformation. Its narrative reveals the honesty of one who has really walked the path of forgiveness (...) and synchronistic flow. This book will speak to everyone."

“A thrilling story, a deep metaphysical message, a breath of fresh air.”
— Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., the author of Five Wishes and co-author of Conscious Loving

“A journey of personal and spiritual discovery that opens up our hearts and fills us with divine wisdom and inspiration.”
— Debbie Ford, the author of The Dark Side of the Light Chasersand Why Good People Do Bad Things

In the tradition of the bestseller Eat, Pray, Love and spiritual classics such as The Alchemist, Way of the Peaceful Warrior, and The Celestine Prophecy, Waiting for Autumn is an enchanting semiautobiographical parable that reveals a deep and powerful message. This book follows Scott, an inquisitive seeker who meets a mysterious cardboard-sign-toting homeless man named Robert who has a sleepy black Lab puppy at his side and a penchant for changing lives.

Sparked by Robert’s unconventional wisdom, Scott is thrust into a spiritual adventure where he attempts to heal his past while confronting the spirit of his dead fiancée. He ultimately faces an extraordinary dilemma between his spiritual calling and earthly responsibilities.

Join Scott as he visits unseen worlds on his unique journey of self-discovery, where various spiritual modalities are revealed, including shamanic soul retrieval, energy healing, conscious eating, nature-spirit communication, kirtan, ancestral healing, and more. This metaphysical page-turner is a fascinating exploration of one humble soul’s profound awakening—with a surprise ending that will warm your heart.


Roasted Chicken with Cauliflower and Beetroot Spelt: It's getting chilly out there and we thought a recipe to warm you up would be very suitable this weekend. Healthy, refreshing combination with delightful colours to fill your tummy with satisfaction.

Roasted and spiced chicken, cauliflower and kale with a vibrant beetroot and orange spelt. Rather than spend too much time breaking the cauliflower into florets, just roughly slice it. It doesn't matter if the edges break up and crumble a little; nothing needs to be too neat or perfect. Spelt acts almost like risotto rice when it cooks; it absorbs the surrounding liquid as it cooks and plumps up. The beetroot will cook at the same time, giving you a vivid purple pile of grains. Spelt retains a little bite and chew to it when cooked

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