In bookshops, Mind, Body, Spirit tends to be where books like 'The Celestine Prophecy', Chariots of the Gods' and 'The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail' get put. It's supposed to harbour works which are enlightening and improving, but I tend to go to the Religion section for Spirit purposes, the appropriate non-fiction sections for Mind purposes, and the Health section for Body purposes. I suppose that the existence of MBS sections at least prevents cult handbooks getting into the Religion section - usually. Unfortunately, perfectly reputable books of Pagan theology and philosophy get filed under MBS along with all the junk.

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