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Angela    

Angela

Angela is the acquisitions editor for New Age health and healing, psychic and consciousness development, and parapsychology books at Llewellyn. She is an avid reader, practitioner, and client of her subject matter and is thrilled to focus on her passion everyday! Outside of work, Angela's interests include vintage stuff (i.e. garage sales), chai tea lattes, babbling brooks, and Garfield/lasagna. In her free time she loves to unwind through yoga, splatter paint around her art room, rollerblade with her high-energy dog, and relax at home with her husband and cat.

Waking to the Significance of Your Dreams

I am a dreamer. I love the bizarre nature of dreams, the symbolism, heightened and revealing emotion, and sudden realizations that can all come from drifting off to sleep. I can recall at the age of 4 waking in a panic from a dream where I was caught in the wind from holding an umbrella. […]

Shedding the Processed World

We live in a processed world. As I’ve been learning to go back to the basics to some degree with¬†my food and healthcare, I’m often surprised at some of the things I assume have just always been the way they are now. How could people have functioned without this, that, or the other? How is […]

Discover Two New Titles: Afterlife, Communication, Signs, Symbols, and Psychic You!

I am an extra happy editor today, since I found two soon-to-be-released titles¬†in my mailbox! Since these are the first books I started working with a year ago, what better way¬†could there be to begin a day?¬† I’ve anticipated not only the moment when I would be able to hold the fresh and finished copies […]

The Miracle of Music

Music is an amazing thing. It brings out our joy, can help us touch buried sorrow, expresses our emotions when there are no words, and pulses through our bodies in a rhythm we sometimes simply can’t deny. It is positively infectious, healing, and uplifting in so many wonderful ways. All of this was in the […]

Freshening Up: household changes for the betterment of body and soul

Even though our heat was back on again¬†this morning, I’m in the midst of springtime frenzy…in a good way! After living with clutter and randomness for the past couple of months I was finally able to take a day to just clean and it felt so good. As I vacuumed up piles of dog and […]

Cravings and Scavenging: Is This Physical or Emotional Hunger?

My genius moment of the day was loading my mini Kit Kat and Milky Way bars with some almond butter. I know, I know, you’re thinking, “Why in the world didn’t I come up with that?” Consider yourself informed! Although, I’m betting I¬†am not the first to try to dress up my sneaky naughties. I […]

Healthy Practice on the Fringe

I remember a time, not too long ago, when chiropractic care was not often covered by insurance. The impression that I received growing up was that the greater scientific community perceived the practice as quackery, that it hadn’t proven itself a worthy form of treatment. Even so, I came to embrace the world of complementary […]

Stressed? Bubbles to the Rescue!

While rushing through my morning routine I was surprised with a little tid bit on a morning radio show. First, they dangled the carrot:¬†According to their source, 1 minute of¬†a certain activity was¬†equal to the stress relief gained from a 33 minute massage! I hate when they hook me like that, when I really need […]

Resolving to Not “Resolution”: A Sankalpa for the New Year

This year I threw out the idea of writing my yearly resolution(s). While declarations and promises are fine and dandy and have even served me well in the past,¬†I simply didn’t have the energy for it this year.¬†I could blame it on the flu that plagued me, but¬†more honestly my heart just wasn’t in it. […]

A Holiday Challenge

I’m pet-sitting over the holidays, which means I am in a house with a lot more tv channels than I’m accustomed to. While flipping through the endless options this weekend I came across a program talking about the origins of varied holiday traditions¬†that abound.¬†While I’ve pondered the meaning behind some of my own automatic traditions […]