Gabriel Morris, spiritual author: Kundalini and the Art of Being, Kundalini Awakening, Kundalini Energy, Kundalini Experience

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Website Links/Recommended Reading/List of Traveling Items

Favorite Websites
My Publisher, Station Hill Press

Rainbow Gathering Website

Writer's Website (

Artist's Website (

Paranormal Radio Program (Coast to Coast)

Best political blog (The Huffington Post)

Alternative News Website (

Favorite band (Curve)

Bob Dylan

Fiona Apple

Favorite comic strip (Bloom County)

Elfquest, an amazing dramatic illustrated story

Travel Sites
Digihitch (hitchhiker's site)

Go Nomad (on-line travel magazine)

Green Travel

Traveler's Advisory

Lonely Planet

Travel Alternatives

Mysterious Places

The Big Travel Guide

Kundalini and other Spiritual Sites
Kundalini Resource Center

Kundalini Survival and Support

Fateh Singh Kundalini Yoga

Spirit Voyage kundalini yoga

Right Use of Will

God Channel

Solara and the 11:11

Vicky Anderson's free e-book "The Awakening"

The High-Heeled Guide to Enlightenment

All Spiritual

Dawn of Aquarius

Webspirit New Age Resources (New Age Wisdom/Resources)

Chinese Herbalist

Spirit Orbs and Beings of Light

Alternative Center (Danish)

Energy of Awakening

Hemp and other eco-products

Clinical Hypnotist-Intuitive Energy Worker-Animal Communicator

Reiki Road, a path to healing, happiness, harmony

Recommended reading (travel/outdoor/adventure books):

  • One For the Road; by Tony Horwitz (about a guy who hitchhikes across the Australian outback)
  • Neither Here Nor There; by Bill Bryson (about traveling around Europe, hilarious)
  • On the Road; by Jack Kerouac (great travel reading, despite all the hype)
  • Tracks; by Robyn Davidson (a woman camel treks across Australia)
  • Never Cry Wolf; by Farley Mowat (a man lives in the Canadian wilderness and studies the behavior of wolves)
  • Into the Wild; by Jon Krakaeur (about the life of Chris McCandless, who hitchhikes and wanders across North America for two years, before tragically dying of starvation in the Alaskan wilderness)
  • Hucleberry Finn; by Mark Twain (a major influence on my interest in travel)
  • The Secret Hunters; by Ranulph Fiennes (one of the most gripping reads ever)
  • Shantaram; by Gregory David Roberts (amazing fictionalized story of an escaped Australian convict's life in underworld Bombay)
  • Dove; by Robin L. Graham (true story of a 16-year-old boy who sails around the world solo)
  • The Lord of the Rings; by J.R.R. Tolkien (well, duh! the ultimate adventure story)

Recommended reading (spiritual books):

  • Right Use of Will; by Ceanne DeRohan
  • Living with Kundalini; by Gopi Krishna
  • Serpent of Fire; by Darrel Irving
  • The Kundalini Experience; by Lee Sannella
  • Kundalini, Evolution and Enlightenment; ed. by John White
  • Shaking Out the Spirits; by Bradford Keeney
  • The Teachings of Don Juan; by Carlos Castaneda
  • Way of the Peaceful Warrior; by Dan Millman
  • Bringers of the Dawn; by Barbara Marciniak
  • The Starseed Transmissions; by Ken Carey
  • The Pleiadian Agenda; by Barbara Hand Clow
  • The Kryon Series; by Lee Carroll
  • The Book of the Vision Quest; by Steven Foster
  • Journeys Out of the Body; by Robert A. Monroe
  • Journey Into Oneness; by Michael J. Roads
  • Illusions; by Richard Bach

List of useful traveling/backpacking items:

  • backpack
  • daypack (doubles as a food bag)
  • tent
  • sleeping bag
  • sleeping pad
  • camp stove
  • water filter
  • rain jacket/rain pants
  • waterproof backpack cover
  • warm weather/cold weather clothes depending on conditions
  • warm hat/sun hat
  • small plastic shovel
  • hand towel/lightweight towel
  • bandanna
  • pocketknife
  • sunglasses
  • flashlight
  • camera
  • lighter/matches
  • books/journal/pen
  • chapstick
  • extra batteries
  • soap/shampoo
  • moleskin (for blisters)
  • needle/thread
  • extra boot laces
  • scissors
  • compass
  • whistle
  • watch/clock
  • wallet w/ID, etc.
  • fingernail clippers
  • playing cards/hacky sack
  • hammock
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