- The Art of Vegetarian Cooking: Over 55 Easy Recipes to Help You Get Started, by Cynthia Greb (and friends)
This cookbook was inspired by my brother who is new to vegetarianism. Created for both the novice as well as those who simply want to eat better but don’t have a whole lot of time to prepare elaborate meals, this friendly book is chock full of nutritional tips and time-saving ideas. You will also find ample suggestions for soups, salads, breakfast, lunch, side dishes, and dinner entrees. Everyone is guaranteed to find something they like. When you get home at the end of the day tired, hungry, and cranky, this book will come in very handy!
Personal testimony: As a result of preparing this book, I’ve upped my game and am now at 95% vegetarian. I feel really great–both physically and spiritually! I like feeding my body healthy food and knowing that I’m being kind to animals in the process. I’ve lost weight and–big bonus–now I can gaze with affection at cows grazing in the fields without any guilt! Yay!
Stay tuned. Now that I’ve managed to get my first book out there, more will quickly follow. After years of gestating multiple projects, these babies are lining up ready to be birthed!
- Walk in Beauty: Seeing Our Planet through the Eyes of Love, by Cynthia Greb
This book is a photographic essay which celebrates the glory of the natural world. It was created at the urging of several friends who marvel at the beauty I have been blessed to witness these past several years. Interspersed throughout are poetic snippets of spiritual encouragement. The reader is encouraged to celebrate, be in gratitude, rest, and be at peace. It is ideal as a gift for a friend or oneself.
- DOA: Death, Oneness, and the Afterlife, by Cynthia Greb
This book began as a talk I gave in March 2016 and then was expanded as I continued my research. It details my experiences with the death of both parents, several friends, relatives, and clients over the course of just a couple years. Ironically, although I certainly felt grief, I found that my greater interest was in the afterlife. I came to realize it’s not all as cut and dried as I once thought it was. In fact, it’s quite fascinating! I have been immersing myself in books, fascinating conversations with friends, and even talking with those who are more psychically gifted than I. The result is a melange of real-life experience with death, several mystical experiences and sacred dreams after loved ones have left this plane, and information about how death is handled in other traditions around the world. This compelling book will, no doubt, pique your own curiosity about the age-old frontier of death and the afterlife.