Why are we inspired by these books?
Having It All – John Assaraf
The original version of this book (The Street Kid’s Guide to Having It All) was the book that first introduced me to John Assaraf. He’s been a great mentor and teacher and we really love his work.
The Vision Board Kit—John Assaraf
A great kit that explains how you can work with visualization and gives you examples and ideas to work with to create your own Dream Board.
Carmen explains how we are all connected and is helping us all learn to understand and accept this new paradigm shift we are experiencing.
Everyday Karma—Carmen Harra
This is the book that Sergio’s found in San Diego and got him in contact with Carmen directly. Carmen has been a great source of hope and support for us and is a wonderful visionary for the future of our planet. She is easy to understand and has also been a great teacher and supporter to us.
You Can Heal Your Life – Louise Hay
One of the most significant books for Karin. This book helped me to learn how to forgive at a critical time in my life. It’s a great book that explains how all of our physical symptoms are related to our thoughts. It’s one of those books that can change your life forever. It did mine!
The Hidden Messages of Water –Emoto Masaru
I love finding scientific writing that can explain the spiritual side of the world. This is a revolutionary book that offers physical proof that our words, thoughts, and energy create. Just looking at the pictures of the water crystals that have formed based on different words speaks volumes in itself. I love to give this book as a gift to others.
Many Lives, Many Masters—Brian Weiss, MD
This is the first book from Dr. Brian Weiss that explains how as a traditional trained MD, he discovered deep spiritual truths through the treatment of his patients, while curing long standing ailments his patients had suffered. I recommend all of his books but it’s best to start with this one. It is especially an important book if you have someone who has passed away in your life. It will help you to understand that we do not die, we only change form…and that alone can eliminate a lot of fear from your life!
Conversations with God (Book 1, 2, & #)—Neale Donald Walsh
Another series of mind opening books that teach deep spiritual truths. Neale Donald Walsh has become a great teacher for us to learn how to see the world in a new, much broader perspective. Highly recommend his writings…and it’s good to start from the beginning with this series.
Happy For No Reason and Love For No Reason—Marci Shimoff
This book gave Sergio and me ways to find happiness in the small things, even during the darkest times. Filled with great exercises to raise your level of happiness and feeling good.
A New Earth—Eckert Tolle
This book can be a bit more advanced to understand. The first time I tried to read it, I wasn’t ready for the information. When it came back into my life, it moved me and changed the way I looked at the world. It’s a great book to learn how the ego works and how to overcome it. This is a book I could read at least once a year as a reminder and learning new things each time. There are very few books I would recommend reading more than once but this is definitely one of those!
Hiring the Heavens—Jean Slatter
If you want to know how to work with your angels and get results, then this book is for you! Every easy steps that show how to maximize the help you can get in your life from the spiritual side. It was a life saver for me!
The 15 Minute Miracle—Jacquelyn Aldana
Jacquelyn is by far one of the most inspiring people I’ve ever met. Her energy and radiance come through her writing. This book gives you a method to start each day in the most positive frame of mind. Jacquelyn Aldana is bringing such valuable training and light into the world. I simply can’t recommend her enough! She teaches how to get into the best state of mind possible, no matter what your circumstance are.
Divine Guidance—Doreen Virtue
Learning to hear that inner guidance or intuition can sometimes be difficult. Doreen’s book give such clear understanding of how to tell the difference between your ego and your intuition, plus it’s filled with great stories that help you understand how to be better connected. I love Doreen’s books.
The Divine Matrix—Gregg Braden
Gregg Braden is another great teacher who bridges technology and science to spirituality in a way that is easy to understand. He comes from a technology background and helps those who are more skeptical to the spiritual woo-woo stuff understand how it is related. This book shows how all possibilities exist in the future and what you can do to choose the one you want.
The Map—Collette Baron Reid
We all have difficulties and challenges in our lives and Collette shows us how it is all a part of the life we have mapped out for ourselves. Collette is a great story teller and intuitive who is lighting the way for so many to have a greater understanding of the spiritual world.
The Biology of Belief—Bruce Lipton
Another scientific perspective that shows how we really do create our world based on our environment. If you’ve ever blamed your life/background or problems on genetics, then this is a book you have to read! Bruce shows us very concretely how our reality is formed by our reactions to the environment and how the programming we absorbed in our childhood is likely to be sabotaging our lives now. Although he comes from a cellular biology background, it is easy to understand and gives another great perspective of our world.
Trust Your Vibes—Sonia Choquette
Sonia is a gifted teacher and intuitive who shows us how we can easily train to improve our own intuition. I love her stories and her writing is easy to understand. If you want to improve being able to hear that inner voice, this is a great place to start.
Embraced by the Light—Betty Eadie
This book moved me so much as Betty explains her near death experience (NDE) vividly. After reading several books with this theme, it’s hard not to deny the common experience that so many have who have been declared clinically dead, and then come back. This is a great book to start if you have any interest in learning about what happens when we die. Completely fascinating and riveting!
Stephen Lives—Anne Puryear
I have to recommend this book to anyone who has had a loved one commit suicide. It’s a very heavy topic, especially if you have had someone you love take their own life. But this book gives you hope and understanding as to what happens…and also that we do not ever die. Our souls exist on another plane, another dimension. By the end of the book, I was filled with hope and joy. The second half of this book was very uplifting—I won’t say why, you’ll have to read to see the surprise.
The Disappearance of the Universe—Gary Renard
If you are ready to tackle A Course In Miracles, I highly recommend this book to complement your reading. It makes it much easier to understand A Course and is another life shifting book. It would have taken me much longer to grasp the Course without this book.
A Course In Miracles
I consider this an advanced spiritual reading. The language is rather difficult but once you get used to reading it, it gets easier. This book is really a manual, with a dailiy exercise to complete for 365 days. It teaches about the ego, the world of duality, and the biggest lessons (for me anyway) are about forgiveness. This book shifted how I looked at the world and helped me view all the things happening to me from a different perspective which helped me to suffer less. If you decide to take on this book, there are great support networks and study groups available, which would probably make the journey through this book much easier. This was a life changing teaching and given my circumstances, I had the time to study it.