Mission of Oracle Press

Oracle Institute Press is the non-profit publishing arm of The Oracle Institute. Our mission is to produce award-winning books that foster spiritual growth, sacred activism, and progressive social change. We accomplish our mission by publishing carefully selected works that educate, elucidate, and inspire.

Oracle Press has published nine books in genres including religion and spirituality, personal growth and social evolution, mysticism, the arts, and children’s fiction. We work with experienced authors with well-developed manuscripts, as well as emerging thought leaders who need help developing their first book.

Winner of FIVE Book Awards!

 
IPPY silver
IPPY Bronze
Young Voices Foundation Seal
Independent Book Publisher's Award gold
Independent Book Publisher's Award Silver
 

Oracle Press prides itself on offering well-researched and historically accurate texts. In both content and design, we hold our books to the highest standard! Our books have won awards in these categories: Religion, Spirituality, Children’s Fiction, and Performing Arts.

Our Latest Titles

Evolutionary relationships

By Patricia Albere with a Foreword by Katherine Woodward Thomas

Paperback - $17.95 | eBook - $9.99

 

For millennia, spirituality has been a deeply personal pursuit – monks on mountaintops and yogis in caves. But the world is more social than ever and interconnectedness is transforming everything, from our family lives to work. Today, we need a new spirituality, one that focuses more on “we” than “me.”

In Evolutionary Relationships, Patricia Albere introduces a new approach to spirituality called “mutual awakening” that can be explored with a friend, lover, spouse, or partner. With practices to guide you and lessons to inspire you, this book helps you become more available to yourself, your partner, and our world.

 
Trusting Doubt

By Valerie Tarico, Ph.D.

Paperback - $17.95 | eBook - $9.99

 

Most Christians earnestly strive to worship God and follow the example of Christ. But a belief that the Bible is literally true can put them in the odd position of defending falsehood, bigotry, and even violence. Is the Good Book even “good,” given its historical inaccuracies, scientific impossibilities, and moral contradictions? Trusting Doubt offers alternative explanations that are compatible with contemporary Christianity and provide a harmonious path to God based on logic and love.

Raised and educated in an evangelical environment, author Valerie Tarico speaks as a former “insider.” As such, she has identified the myriad issues that eroded her identity as a born-again believer and finally convinced her to trust her own doubt. Tarico holds a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Iowa, and she is a journalist who writes about moral development, the psychology of belief, and wisdom convergence.

Coming Soon

The Manna Miracle by Eric Stetson, founder of the People’s Currency Foundation, interfaith minister, and editor at Oracle Press. This book examines the history of money and explores the rising movement for peer-to-peer currency and people-powered economics.

The Light: And the New Human by Rev. Laura George, founder of The Oracle Institute and Valley of Light micro-community. This third book in the Oracle foundational trilogy is about the pivotal challenges and choices faced by humanity today and the importance of the intentional community movement.

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