Thoughts Worth Thinking on Life, Career, Lovers and Children (by Grace de Rond and Ron de Rond) is 365 individual thoughts that inspire effective living. It’s commonsense wisdom for achieving success in life from the inside out, by consciously using our inner worlds to shape our outer worlds.
Constructive change is possible under any circumstances, and we have exclusive power to make it happen – because as we change, everyone and everything naturally changes along with us. “The attitude-shift that’s necessary to think a constructive thought and take a positive action has the capacity to transform our relationships and circumstances.”
Thoughts Worth Thinking evolved out of our lifelong studies of the mind-body-spirit connection and our corporate-coaching and teaching with professionals, couples and families. You can order Thoughts Worth Thinking on Life, Career, Lovers and Children from any of these Amazon sites: The USA, Canada, The UK, France, Spain, Germany and Japan.
Live Well: Effective Living Through Focused Thought (by Grace de Rond and Ron de Rond) is a companion book to Thoughts Worth Thinking on Life, Career, Lovers and Children. It’s a revised edition of a previous book called Live On Purpose, with new formatting and additional chapters.
Live Well is a guidebook for living, partnering and parenting effectively. It’s a collection of commonsense advice, built around real-life, personal anecdotes that are relatable, funny and endearing. So each chapter is a gem of wisdom that entertains as it empowers. “Every moment is a start-over, which includes our power to shape our future by choosing a perspective that aligns with positive outcomes and our innate well-being.”
Paul Solomon on the Seven Levels of Living: Book One Mastery (by Paul Solomon, compiled and edited by Grace de Rond) is the first in a seven-book series. I was volunteering on a kibbutz in Israel when my mom sent me a book about international spiritual teacher, Paul Solomon (1939-1994). This was 1974, and the book set the direction of my life. Within a year, I showed up on the doorstep of Paul’s organization in Virginia Beach, VA. And I’ve been writing from his teachings ever since.
Paul held a Doctorate of Ministry and knew sacred scriptures backwards and forwards, including the Bible and Qabalah, plus mysticism and ancient mystery traditions. And he had an unmatched skill for uncomplicating esoteric wisdom and making it applicable to everyday life. Over the years, he shared not only stages, but also lifelong friendships in some cases, with old-school luminaries like Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Jerry Jampolski, Buckminster Fuller, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Sir George Trevelyan, Buddhist Priestess Tamo San, Findhorn’s Peter and Eileen Caddy, Jean Houston, Alan Chadwick, Keith Critchlow and Marcus Bach. Plus he volunteered in Mother Teresa’s Home for the Dying and helped found a human rights organization on behalf of enslaved and trafficked children. In other words, he ticked a lot of boxes for me.
I personally have more than 3,000 pages and 250 recordings of his teachings. In spring 2020, I felt inspired to begin compiling the collection into a seven-book series called, Paul Solomon on the Seven Levels of Living. I’m thrilled that Book One Mastery is finished. And I’m on to Book Two Regeneration now.
The Wisdom of Solomon (by Paul Solomon, compiled and edited by Grace de Rond) is a collection of Paul Solomon’s most powerful and best-loved lectures. They cover his teachings on New Age thought, religion and spirituality, prayer and meditation, channeling, reincarnation, dreams, soulmates, healing, the mind-body-spirit connection and human potential. Paul’s vast knowledge base, combined with his gift for uncomplicating issues and providing practical steps toward growth and transformation, make his work unique.