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Gail Lynn

I have always loved books and reading.  I love the smell of books, being surrounded by books, feeling the knowledge each and every book has to offer the reader, and the accomplishment of having published my own book.  For me, books are resources and I mark them up and dog ear pages and make them my own.  Once you read a book they are part of your soul.  I use them for reference, I give them away, I buy more than I can read.  I might have the largest library of unread books. I do not own a kindle or book reader, I like the tangible book in my hands.

When I was asked to choose my Top 10, I procrastinated because my Top 10 romance books are different than my Top 10 educational books. I have a Top 10 list of reference books, horse training books, and even coloring books.  Since this Top 10 was for The No BS Spiritual Book Club, I went with books that found me!  You know what I mean, some books fall off the shelf in your path, are given to you in serendipitous ways, or by teachers in our lives.

I hope you enjoy this list and the stories of how the books found me!

GAIL LYNN

Gail Lynn was first exposed to sound and light healing while working in the film industry as an executive producer for a movie about Elvis Presley called Protecting the King.

When Gail’s doctor diagnosed her with severe cardiovascular stress at the young age of 37, caused by an accumulation of stress from two challenging relationships and three successive, extremely competitive careers in automotive project management, telecommunications industry, and then a Hollywood producer, she knew that she had to find a radical solution to her health issues. Extensive research led her into

the world of frequency medicine and light and sound technologies. After just a weekend of sessions with a non-invasive sound and light chamber, her Heart Rate Variability medical test showed the stress on her heart had significantly decreased.  Unable to believe it could have been that easy, she continued sessions periodically for three years, during which a lifelong condition of chronic asthma disappeared, along with severe migraines that had been plaguing her for 23 years.

Determined to help others and open her own healing center in Denver, Colorado, Gail simultaneously set out to uncover the ancient history and the modern science behind light and sound as healing therapies. Following a series of extraordinary synchronicities, which guided her to combine light and sound technologies with sacred geometry and Tesla mathematics,  she developed a revolutionary immersive, resonance healing chamber called the Harmonic Egg, which is advancing frequency healing to an unimagined level.  Gail’s story of how the Harmonic Egg came into being, is shared in her book Unlocking the Ancient Secrets to Healing: Why Science is Looking to the Past for the Future of Medicine. To find out more visit: www.harmonicegg.com

 

My 10 Best

(In no order of suggested reading or importance)

Finding Flow
by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

 

Somewhere around 2009 or 2010, I walked into a Sina’s office in Boulder, CO and he had 20-foot ceilings with all four walls lined in books… he also had a spot with two feet of books on a table across the room. Pointing to the few books across the room, he said to me, “I have read all these books, but those  are the ones that changed my life.” I immediately wanted to run over and look at the books that were life-changing for him, but he stopped me and gave me just one of the titles. Finding Flow was that book.

Flow is so important to me that I use the phrase “Let it Flow!” in my email signature, and have for many years. Staying in the flow and letting the Universe guide me is what helped me invent the most influential sound and light health manifesting device on the planet today, the Harmonic Egg!

The Alchemist
by Paul Coelho

 

This was a fun story for me to read on my journey. It gives you hope that you can achieve anything no matter who you are or where you come from. Follow your heart and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do your dream.

When I met Elvis Presley’s stepbrother, David Stanley, I asked him what his dream was… seven years later, we produced a feature film called “Protecting the King.” It’s about a 16-year-old boy who goes to work for his world-famous step-brother and protects him from everything, except ultimately himself. It was David’s dream to direct a feature film and everyone said we could not do it. We did!

Dreams do come true, follow your heart, and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t!

Many Lives, Many Masters
by Dr. Brian Weiss

 

I was on a date in my late 20s with an older gentleman who professed to have a high government security clearance. As we said good-night, he gave me the book, Many Lives, Many Masters to read. I never saw him again. I believe people come into our lives for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. He came to me for a reason… this book and our conversation opened my mind to many possibilities and helped me to think in a different way.

In our lifetime we will meet many influential people and we get to choose how we use and filter the information we receive. There is no doubt in my mind that we have experienced many lives and will experience many more.

Sounding the Inner Landscape
by Kay Gardner

 

Before I read this book, I had read about 100 others to research how sound can heal. This was the most comprehensive and really dug deep into how the sound wave of a piano is different than that of a flute, and how each instrument influences the body and organs in different ways. I am a fan of listening to real instruments being played and not synthesized or computer-generated music. I am not a fan of MP3 compressed music. I like the full quality and large file sizes that portray the intention of the artist. Compressing music makes it cold and clinical. The integrity of the music is lost in many ways. I also believe that both the intention of the musician and their ego play a role in the healing a piece of music can provide.

Kay was a brilliant musician and had so much knowledge of how music can heal. I love this book and will be forever grateful to her. I wish I could have been met her, but she has passed.

Power Versus Force
by David Hawkins

 

This book was given to me by a mentor of mine sometime around 2004. I was intrigued by it and it was the material that got me started on the belief that raising our consciousness and vibration can keep us healthy. Fear, anger, lust, greed, and many other emotions are lower vibrations where disease and illness live.

When I opened my Wellness Center in 2010, I eventually met a doctor that did pre- and post-testing on the David Hawkins’ scale, and we proved that the therapies I was offering were in fact raising vibrations above fear and lower vibrational emotions.

The research I have done on raising vibrations and healing frequencies started with this book. I have helped thousands of clients raise their vibrations above the vibration of illness and disease. Then we created the Frequency of LOVE music CD/USB.  Love is the highest vibration, love heals all … if we only knew love, healing would be easy.

 

Color Medicine
by Charles Klotsche

 

This is a great reference book that I have used to create training material.

Dinshah Ghadiali is another pioneer in the field of color medicine. I have read so many different schools of thought on which colors heal certain ailments. I give many examples in my book, Unlocking the Ancient Secrets to Healing for using color at home for healing. The clothes you wear, the foods you eat, and how you shape your environment with color can all have a healing effect.

In the Harmonic Egg, we use color and sound for manifesting health. The client has an intention for their session and the technician chooses the instruments and color to manifest health for them. It’s really powerful.

Atlas Shrugged
by Ayn Rand

 

My ex-husband introduced me to Ayn Rand. I fell in love with this story and I have read and listened to it on tape and CD at least a dozen times since 1997.

I grew up in the Detroit area in a blue-collar, low-income family where success was defined as working on an assembly line, getting paid hourly for 30 years, and then retiring. I knew in my teens that it was not the life I wanted to pursue. I had dreams of more.

This story is about the government trying to take from those that have worked hard to build a business. The government starts taking money from hard-working businesses, creating more and more rules, making it close to impossible to be successful no matter how hard you work. Finally, the influential people in society start disappearing, and no one knows where they are going. Are they dead? Where are the bodies? Society starts falling apart without their businesses operating. Some owners keep fighting back against the government and more rules are put on them for being “difficult.” Jail and fines are threatened and, finally, on the verge of insanity, the business-owners leave society. Now, the whole world is in chaos and can’t even function without these brilliant and hard-working business owners. The government panics and tries to negotiate to get them back. They soften the rules and offer deals in an effort to get them to run their businesses again.

There was a man that, years prior, built an invention that could help the world, but when he saw how it might be used he disassembled it and locked it up with a sign above the door. He made anyone that wanted to use it take an oath. This was the oath, “I swear by my life and my love of it that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine.” If you said these words and it was true in your heart you could enter … if it was not true in your heart the door would not unlock. Pretty cool.

Manifest your Destiny
by Wayne Dyer

 

My first exposure to alternative healing and metaphysical or spiritual practices was in 1997 with Wayne’s Manifest your Destiny. I had it on cassette tape and listened to it in the car driving from Michigan to Texas for a new job and a new life. I said good-bye to everything I knew and said yes to an adventure to leave the automotive industry and go build an International Telecommunications consulting firm.

The words of Wayne Dyer were like music to my ears. One statement he made that never left me (not sure what book it was in because I read so many of his books over the years)… “If you change the way you see things, the things you see with change.”

Such a life-changing statement for me!

People tend to focus on the negative and “poor me” syndrome and it paralyzes them. I also see people lose focus on the dream/destiny. They get so many ideas going at once or they have too many balls to juggle and nothing gets done. Focus is critical to doing your dream. Focus on one thing at a time.

Just like Jack Palance said in the movie “Blazing Saddles” about the ‘Secret of Life,’ ”One thing, just one thing, you stick to that and everything else don’t mean shit.” You got to figure out that one thing! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4CvFWCULuI

The Biology of Belief
by Bruce Lipton

 

When I read Bruce’s book in 2005 or 2006, all my limiting beliefs about the body not being able to heal went away. Our lifestyle and our environment are more critical to disease than genetics. It’s epigenetics…my best example is when my Mom told us we were predisposed to diabetes due to my Grandma having it. Well, Grandma worked in a factory eating bakery goods off an assembly line and that’s why she had diabetes. That’s the simple explanation. We grew up with sugar as a main ingredient in everything we ate. Those lifestyle choices caused my mom to be diagnosed with diabetes. When we changed her lifestyle, her issues with diabetes disappeared. Emotions, limiting beliefs, and toxins passed from generations are the cause of disease in many families and can be reversed. The body does not know disease by name… it’s an imbalance, dysfunction, or something other than genetics.

 

Sound Medicine
by Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary, MD

 

I recently came across this book in 2020. She has a great story for one. The passion for me about this book is that a medical doctor is finally writing about sound medicine. I have been told by medical professionals that they won’t buy into sound therapies until books are written by their peers.. I feel this is the future of medicine and I have written about it, but the letters that DON’T appear after my name negate my work and research in the minds of many professionals who have letters after their name. I am hoping results and hundreds of testimonials will be proof in the future for these individuals more than letters after a name.