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Book Reviews – Live True: Live A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity & Live True Daily Journal by Ora Nadrichs

Book Reviews

Live True: Live A Mindfulness

Guide to Authenticity

Publishers: IFTT Press

290 Pages

Publication Date: January 1, 2019


Live True Daily Journal

Mindfulness Quotes, Prompts,

Tips & Reminders To Stay Authentically You

by Ora Nadrichs

Publishers: Independently Published

271 Pages

Publication Date: November 16, 2020

Bright Blessings Readers!

These books will be a great addition to your book collection, no matter what your belief system is, and they will help you to be more consciously aware of your thinking, habits, and behaviors. Magic is, after all, about the self, our own journeys, and how to be the best we can. These books absolutely teach great ways to do just that. Both published by The Institute For Transformational Thinking Press, Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity was published in 2019 and Live True Daily Journal was published in 2020.

Both books guide you through weeks of mindfulness exercises, designed to be done over the course of months- because after all, transformation takes time, and won’t happen overnight, will it? Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity is 290 pages, and Live True Daily Journal has no page numbers, but is a 30 day workbook. It would not seem like 266 pages plus 30 days could transform your life and mind, but this absolutely can.

Both books can be bought off of course, but you MUST see her personal page as well as buying. Ora Nadrich | Home

Watch my video review of these amazing books which will deliver mindfulness and transformation of your thoughts in ways you never expected. Highly recommended books by an unbelievably gifted author.


Blessed Be!

Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity on Amazon


Live True Daily Journal: Mindfulness Quotes, Prompts, Tips & Reminders To Stay Authentically You on Amazon


About the Author:

Saoirse is a practicing witch, and initiated Wiccan of an Eclectic Tradition.

A recovered Catholic, she was raised to believe in heaven and hell, that there is only one god, and only one way to believe. As she approached her late 20’s, little things started to show her this was all wrong. She was most inspired by the saying “God is too big to fit into one religion” and after a heated exchange with the then associate pastor of the last Xtian church she attended, she finally realized she was in no way Xtian, and decided to move on to see where she could find her spiritual home.

Her homecoming to her Path was after many years of being called to The Old Ways and the Goddess, and happened in Phoenix, Arizona. She really did rise from her own ashes!

Upon returning to Ohio, she thought Chaos Magic was the answer, and soon discovered it was actually Wicca. She was blessed with a marvelous mentor, Lord Shadow, and started a Magical Discussion Group at local Metaphysical Shop Fly By Night. The group was later dubbed A Gathering of Paths. For a few years, this group met, discussed, did rituals, fellowship, and volunteering together, and even marched as a Pagan group with members of other groups at the local gay Pride Parade for eight years.

All the while, she continued studying with her mentor, and is still studying for Third Degree, making it to Second Degree thus far.

She is a gifted tarot reader, spellworker, teacher, and was even a resident Witch at a Westerville place dubbed The Parlor for a time.

Aside from her magical practice, she is a crocheter, beader, painter, and a good cook. She has been a clown and children’s entertainer, a Nursing Home Activities Professional, a Cavern Tour Guide, a Retail Cashier, and a reader in local shops. Her college degree is a BA in English Writing. She tried her hand at both singing and playing bagpipes, and…well…let’s just say her gifts lie elsewhere! She loves gardening, reading, antiques, time with friends and soul kin, and lots and lots of glorious color bedecking her small home!

On the encouragement of a loved one several years back, she searched for a publication to write for, and is right at home at PaganPagesOrg.

She is currently residing in Central Ohio with her husband, and furbabies.

Saoirse can be contacted at [email protected].