People make sense of their lives in different ways -- some use facts, others use faith, and still others create a unique lens all their own -- but there is something that connects all beings, a force that animates, illuminates, and potentiates.  

My goal in my writing, counseling or speaking is to awaken people to their greatness and to move them into mindful action. And for those brave enough to look inward, they will eventually find what they are looking for, abiding quietly and clearly within. I hope that in some way these books and tools help you along your path. 

Available for Purchase

Everything is Connected, by Jason Gruhl; Illustrated by Ignasi Font (Feb 2019)

Why should we care about someone in another country? Or about an elephant in Nigeria? Or the environment in Brazil? Because everything is connected and because YOU are part of everything. Beautifully illustrated, Everything is Connected invites kids to consider the connection between all things. 


The Fountain Tarot Journal: A Year in 52 Readings

As a companion to the best-selling Tarot deck, or a stand-alone journal, The Fountain Tarot Journal is a journey of discovery across 52 readings. Use the examples or create your own, this versatile journal will allow you to clear your path and create a life of mindfulness and intention


The Fountain Tarot

The Fountain Tarot features lush, ethereal paintings by artist Jonathan Saiz, rainbow holographic packaging by designer Andi Todaro, and an intimate guidebook by writer Jason Gruhl that teaches you how to read the cards and how to use them as a tool for introspection, empowerment, and connection.


Current Projects

Food and You: A Kids' Plant-Based Cookbook, by Rebecca Treon & Jason Gruhl

Food and You is a fun and educational plant-based cookbook for kids, ages 9-12. Filled with simple and delicious, multi-cultural recipes, Food and You builds:

  • competence and life-long independence in the kitchen
  • awareness  of how what kids eat affects the health of their bodies 
  • and connection to where food comes from, and to the animals with whom we share this planet.

Eli and the Fifteenth Blueberry

When a young boy with autism comes up one blueberry short for breakfast, he and his pet hedgehog head out into crowded world to find it. A book about independence, kindness, and letting people surprise you. 

Mystery Projects

Some titles can't be listed quite yet just because they: a. are under contract and haven't been officially announced, or b. are top, top secret (wink). Check back often for new titles coming soon!


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Jason Gruhl

Denver, CO USA