These are a few of my favorite books that I think are well worth reading:
The Bible. Of course, this has to be first on the list. I prefer the King James or NIV versions
My Favorite Authors include Wayne Dyer, John Gray, Jack Canfield/Mark Victor Hansen, Barbara DeAngelis, Og Mandino, Dale Carnegie, Norman Vincent Peale. Any books from these are authors are inspirational and insightful 🙂
In no particular order:
–Keys to Serenity ~ Serge Mazerand Truly a wonderful read!
— The Court of Atonement, and Ancient Truths and Wisdom — Amy Jo Ellis. I cannot even begin to explain the miracles…
–Medical Medium — Anthony William. Transformational wisdom on the nutrition of foods, The Epstein Barr Virus and how this is the root of many ailments. How to finally heal. Also “life changing foods” and, just released November 2017: Thyroid Healing
–Tapping the Healer Within ~ Dr Roger Callahan. All the basic information you need to use Thought Field Therapy(TFT) algorithms to eradicate fears, phobias, stress, traumas etc.
–Stop the Nightmares of Trauma ~ Susan Connolly, LESW, LMFT. Excellent book explains how TFT can help eradicate traumas.
–Straightline Leadership ~ Dusan Djukich. From A to B, it is that simple!
–Allergies, Disease in Disguise ~ Carolee Bateson-Koch. An informative book that explains the digestive system in great detail, and how foods can turn in to allergies.
–Your Money or Your Life ~ Joe Dominiquez and Vicki Robin. Read this and you will never look at consumerism quite the same way again! What are you spending your life energy on?
–You can Heal your Life by Louise Hay. Has a list of ailments and the ’causes’ in your life. Very informative and insightful.
–The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becker. A wonderful book all about your own intuition.
–Recipe for Success, Colin Sprake
–Change your Thoughts, Change your Life by Wayne Dyer. This is Dr. Dyer’s practical explanation of the Tai Ching. Down to earth and understandable. I like other books from him as well.
–The Pulse Test ~ Aurthur Coca. Written in the 1950’s yet still has valuable information on toxins within the body.
–Mastery ~ George Leonard. Written by a master in Akido, a highly disciplined martial art, with principles applicable to every day life.
–Real Life ~ Dr Phil McGraw. Preparing to face the inevitable 7 worst days of your life.
–The Verbally Abusive Relationship, The Verbally Abusive Man: Can He Change? by Patricia Evans. Both of these books are quite an eye opener into the reality of verbal abuse. A Power Over reality versus a Personal Power reality. Contains a list of abuses in detail. Withholding, discounting, blaming, etc.
— ‘Matrix Energetics’ and ‘The Physics of Miracles’ by Richard Bartlett. A little confusing with the physics, but written in a down to earth, comprehensive way.
–The Urban Farmer by Jessie Lynn Bell. I am a little biased on this one. Jessie is one of my ‘adopt-a-kids’ (daughter’s friend). All about her adventures with first time farming. I laughed out loud several times reading this book!
–The Secret ~ Rhonda Bryne. Actually I loved the DVD!! About making your dreams come true. It is unfortunate that not everyone already knows how much your thoughts can change your life.
–Secret Survivors ~ E. Sue Blume. A very insightful book for incest survivors. Personally, I think anyone who has suffered any childhood trauma; physical, mental abuse; and exposure to alcoholism would benefit from reading this book. I found a after-effects list from the book on the internet and re-posted here: after effects list ; Particia Evans on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogE88BPRMBc&list=PLB2E734D5362FCF72
–Sacred Marriage – Gary Thomas. What if God designed marriage to make us holy more than to make us happy? A very different look at the purpose of relationships and how they are mirrors for us to grow. Excellent book.
–The Emotion Code ~ Dr Bradley Nelson. This is the book that started me on my journey to releasing trapped emotions in myself and many others.
–The Purpose Driven Life ~Rick Warren
–Are You the One for Me, Real Moments, Confidence, Secrets About Life every Woman Should Know, Secrets About Men Every Woman Should Know, Ask Barbara ~ Barbara de Angelis. Anything by her actually, these are just the ones I have read so far and they are all very insightful.
–Stop Working ~ Derek Foster. A Canadian who retired at age 34. This book explains how he did it.
— Sink Reflections ~ Marla Cilley. It seems to be about keeping house, but it really is about Finally Loving Yourself, FLYlady.
–Straight Talk ~ Sherod Miller, PhD. Et al. Based on the couples communication program. Explains four types of communication and the effects of using them.
–The Toastmasters Treasure Chest ~ Castle books. It really is a treasure chest of wise tidbits!!
–Daily Om ~ Madisyn Taylor. I really enjoyed the site and daily emails so I ended up buying the book.
–Year to Success ~ Bo Bennett. Another book I bought because I loved the site. (See links page)
–Shift Your Mind, Shift the World ~ Steve Chandler. Free gift for joining Club Fearless. A good read 🙂
–The Hot Zone ~ Richard Preston. Not for weak stomachs. Based on facts, a story about the Ebola Virus.
–Who Moved my Cheese ~ Spencer Johnson, M.D. A cute little story about four mice finding their way through life. Good morals you can apply to real life.
–The Be Happy Attitudes ~ Robert Schuller
–Angels on Assignment ~ Charles and Frances Hunter, as told by Roland Buck. A pastors conversations with angels. Very interesting and insightful.
–The Prophet ~ Kahlil Gibran. This is the book that June gives to Johnny in the movie Walk the Line.
–Books by Bradley Trevor Grieve (Blue Day Book, Friends to the End etc.) Read one of these picture books and you’ll be wanting to collect them all!
–How to Win Friends and Influence People ~ Dale Carnegie. Never judge a book by its cover. This book was written in 1930’s and is still printing as far as I know. Should be on everyone’s To Read list.
–Think and Grow Rich ~ Napoleon Hill. Another book written in the 30’s that is a highly recommended read.
–Any books by Og Mandino. Mission Success, The Greatest Salesman, etc.
–9 Steps to Financial Freedom ~Suze Orman
–Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder ~ Mary Ellen Beugin. A guide for parents and teachers.
–Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus ~John Gray An interesting look at the differences between men and women. I have read 9 books by John Gray now and all are recommended. Men and women are complete opposites. It is what attracts us, and repels us! (I got to meet Dr John Gray — and Jack Canfield in August 2017!!)
–The Privilege of Youth ~Dave Pelzer
–A Summer to Die ~Lois Lowry
–Questions from Earth, Answers from Heaven~ Char Margolis
–Single Parenting ~Robert J. Barnes Jr
–Complete Guide to Pediatric Symptoms ~H. Winter Griffith, MD
–Merriam Webster Dictionary of Quotations
–Quips, Quotes, and Quests ~Vern McLellan
–Love you Forever ~Robert Munsch. I still cry every time I read this one! The best gift for every new mom!
–All Quiet on the Western Front
–Winnie the Pooh
–Chocolate for a Woman’s Soul, and other ‘Chocolate’ books in the series by Kay Allenbaugh
–Any and all Chicken Soup books
–Bedtime for Francis (this one is quite humorously true!)
–Any Mercer Mayer Children’s Books
–Calvin and Hobbes Comic Book Collections
–Any Susan Polis Schutz poetry books
–Butter Side Up ~Selections from Marie Salway’s Column
–No Longer Alone ~Joan Winmill Brown
–Earthing (Ober, Sinatra, Zucker): All about connection to the Earth as a natural source of healing energy
–E-2, Pam Grout: Energy experiments you can try yourself
— Secrets of the Vine, Bruce Wilkinson: Interesting read about pruning our lives to create abundance
–A New Earth, Eckhart Tolle: Awakening your life’s purpose
–Reading People, Jo Ellan Dimitrius. Understanding people and their behavior
— Matrix Energetics, Richard Bartlett: A quantum physics energy modality
–Family Virtues guide, Linda Kavelin Popov: the language of self esteem and integrity
–The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, Sogyal Rinpoche: I have a really peaceful outlook on death now. This book is an excellent read giving a non-biased overview of different cultures and beliefs
From investor Phil Town Rule 1 Investing: Even more importantly, though, being well-read will likely help you improve every aspect of your life. With all of that in mind, I’ve compiled a list of the top non-investing books that all Rule #1 investors should take the time to read. Being well-read on a variety of topics can help you better understand how the world works, which in turn will make you a better investor.
The Shadow Effect is an emotionally-gripping, visually-compelling docudrama that reveals why suppressed emotions and unresolved internal conflicts leads to behavior that continually unseats politicians, destroys celebrity careers, destabilizes the economy and affects the lives of millions each year.
The Peaceful Warrior: a troubled but talented gymnast who meets a spiritual guide
The Shift (Wayne Dyer)
You Can Heal Your Life (Louise Hay)
Crash (2004): Los Angeles citizens with vastly separate lives collide in interweaving stories of race, loss and redemption.
Mother Daughter Wisdom – Dr Christine Northrup
Sliding Doors 1998: A London woman’s love life and career both hinge, unknown to her, on whether or not she catches a train. See it both ways, in parallel.
Orbs Documentary: http://www.orbstheveilislifting.com/main.html
Water the Great Mystery
Wake up (www.wakeupthefilm.com) tells the true story of Jonas Elrod, an average guy who one day suddenly began seeing and hearing angels, demons, auras and ghosts all around him.
Healing the Luminous Body – Way of Shaman
Celestine Prophecy (also available in book series)
10 Secrets to Inner Peace – Wayne Dyer
Money and Law of Attraction