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An interesting selection of used books for sale online - spiritual - metaphysical - holistic - philosophical - alternative healing - paranormal - movement arts - some rare & out-of-print - and, coming soon, gifts!

All proceeds from your purchases support the Philosophical Library.
We are a non-profit, all volunteer 12,000+ book and media lending library and book sanctuary that was established in 1963. We also provide space for classes and meetings as well as sell gifts, used books, new books, jewelry, gem stones and crystals.
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Our Unified Field of Love Can Make a Difference
Tuesdays, October 7 and 21, 5-6:00 p.m.
I am inviting all those who feel the call, to come and form a group with the purpose of joining in heart and spirit to create a Light grid, in a space of Love, Light and Oneness. We will share needs and wants, do clearings and meditations to transmute negative energy, raise our vibration and the vibration of those connected to the grid. The Light shall set you free! If this resonates with you at the time, you are encouraged to reach higher….as humanity needs your help to complete its transition.

Namaste! Izabelle Joie Doucet, Minister and Energy Worker.
$10 donation. Info: doucetizabelle88@gmail.com; (760) 658-5866.
Explore Intuitive Painting
Thursday October 9, 6-8:00 p.m.
An intuitive painting is an abstract representation of what you want to draw into your life. Participants will each pick a topic that is important to them, and then I will guide you through the intuitive process of expressing your topic as a beautiful work of art. No "traditional" artistic skill or knowledge is necessary, and all art supplies will be provided. Just bring your curiosity and your passion to create something from your higher self.

Please contact Lindsay Duff at lindsay@lindsayduff.com or (760) 500-5633 to rsvp by October 5. Class needs at least five students to run.
Fee: $45 **Materials included!** Lindsay Duff is a gifted clairvoyant whose areas of expertise include intuitive multimedia art, tarot readings, medical induitive healing work and remote-viewing. Visit tarot.lindsayduff.com for more information.
Picnic in the Park, October 12th
Sunday October 12th, 1-4 p.m.
We are having a fall "Picnic In The Park" at Kit Carson Park (Ray Love Picnic Area) south of Escondido. Parking is free. Join us for an afternoon of fun, food and games. Please bring a dish to pass or something to share. Open to all friends and members of the Library. The Library will supply water and eating utensils, plates, etc. Meet new friends! Meet old friends!

For more info, Dan: (858) 692-5552 Map: www.escondido.org/Data/Sites/1/media/pdfs/KitCarsonParkMap.pdf
Introduction to Bach Flower Remedies
Saturday October 19th, 3-5:00 p.m.
Dr. Edward Bach developed a wonderful energy healing system back in the 1930’s. The Bach Flower Remedies are a beautiful, subtle way of healing and balancing our emotions through the energy vibration of each of the wild flowers that make up the system. Today, we are very aware that we are energy beings and through energy we can heal ourselves and heal others. The Bach Flower Essences are one of the many ways available to us today to balance our emotions and vibrate at our highest potential of Love.

Please rsvp to Carmen Seidlitz at (619) 517-8542 or Carmen.Seidlitz@gmail.com by October 18 if you are planning to attend.
Metaphysical Cinema
October 18, 7:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30)
"Fed Up" (2014) 99 minutes Fed Up blows the lid off everything we thought we knew about food and exercise, revealing a 30-year campaign by the food industry aided by the U.S. government to mislead and confuse the American public. Exposing the hidden truths contributing to one of the largest health epidemics in history, the film follows a group of families battling to lead healthier lives and reveals why the conventional wisdom of exercise and eat right is not ringing true for millions of people struggling with diabetes, childhood obesity and other serious conditions. Including captivating interviews with the country's leading experts, this vital information could change the way we eat forever.

Tickets: $5.
Dan at 858-692-5552. Free popcorn for those that get there early.
Medical Intuitive and Remote-Viewing
October 30, 6-7:00 p.m.
Join gifted psychic Lindsay Duff for an information talk about how she does remote-viewing and medical intuitive healing. Remote-viewing is an intuitive ability involving clairvoyance to view a person, place, or thing which cannot be physically seen. Similarly, medical intuitive work involves seeing the needs of the body through the energy Chakra system.

Please contact Lindsay Duff at lindsay@lindsayduff.com or (760) 500-5633 to rsvp.
$5 donation to the Library.
Lindsay Duff is a gifted clairvoyant whose areas of expertise include intuitive multimedia art, tarot readings, medical intuitive healing work and remote-viewing. Visit tarot.lindsayduff.com for more information.
Psychic Fair - Last Saturday of the Month
12-5 p.m.
Save the date for our Psychic Fair and mark your calendars for the last Saturday of every month from 12-5 p.m. Readings are $1 per minute (20-minute minimum). You need not make an appointment, but you can call the library at 760-745-2724 if you want to ensure a specific time and reader (pre-payment when calling will be required). Enjoy browsing new items and sale items in the gift shop.
More info: Jan (760) 579-2466; janieb@cox.net.

Please see below for our current list of readers and click on the links for more information. As not all readers may be available at every fair, please call ahead if you are looking for a specific person. Guest readers may drop in and may not be listed below.

Debra Zachau

Izabelle Joie Doucet

Kristina Ming

Shannon Wingard

Victoria SkyDancer

Dawn Yepez

Douglas Barker

Lindsay Duff
Course in Miracles
6:30 p.m. (check the calendar for date)
A Course in Miracles continues to be one of the most influential and effective tools for true spiritual healing and self-discovery, assisting individuals to find their true purpose in life. Please join us for an introduction to the book and a group discussion on its lessons and its relevance as we enter the new age.

Adrian Magana (760) 822-6294
$4 recommended Philosophical Library donation.
Upcoming Classes and Events
Our Store Can Use Your Old Unwanted Metaphysical Items
If you have any items laying around that you could donate such as crystals, jewelry, scarfs and other unique items or gifts, please contact Marjorie at (760) 745-2724.
Volunteers Needed
We have many other volunteer positions available in: marketing, grant writing, volunteer coordinating, library operations, book filing, graphic arts, IT, business administration, assistant Librarian, teaching a class, etc. Do you know of anyone looking to help make the world a better place by increasing the consciousness of others, why not start at the Philosophical Library?

Currently we have an immediate need for the following positions:

This is a weekly volunteer position, a minimum of 6 hours a week, weekday mornings or early afternoons managing our 12,000 book and media collection with help from assistant librarian volunteers. Computer skills necessary, but will train to use our library software, Primasoft. Good organizational skills, a love of books and attention to detail is required.

For more information on these positions, please contact Dan at 858-692-5552 or e-mail the Library at info@philosophicallibrary.org.
Books Wanted
Do you have books laying around that you have never read? Why not donate them to The Philosophical Library to help support our mission? We can use all books and media. Old text books, cook books, tape sets, metaphysical books, religious books, philosophy books, self-help, fiction and non-fiction, etc. Drop them in our drop box or during your visit to help out The Philosophical Library and others that may need the information that they contain. We may be able to pick them up, please call the Library or send us an e-mail.
Contact or Visit the Philosophical Library
1330 E Valley Pkwy #G
Escondido. CA 92027
(behind IHOP)

Store and lending library hours:
Tuesday through Thursday  3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Fridays 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Saturday  12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Closed Holidays

Phone: (760) 745-2724
Email: info@philosophicallibrary.org

Please note that the Library does not ascribe to any of the material presented in the activities hosted. It is our purpose to offer a forum for the presentation of a wide variety of philosophical, spiritual, psychological, religious, and secular beliefs without endorsing those beliefs.
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