The following are books and other reading materials that I have read or that have been recommended to me by others. Many of these resources have helped to further my understanding throughout my healing process.
You will find a range of topics to aid your mind, body and spirit. None of the authors listed are endorsing this site. They have us given permission to link to their sites where you can find more information regarding their books.
Remember to check back frequently. New books are being added all the time.
Gavin de Becker teaches readers how to read subtle signs of impending danger in the real world in this #1 best-seller. The book explores several settings where violence can take place: from the home to the workplace, at school, and in the dating world. De Becker explores pre-incident indicators (PINS) which, when identified, can help an individual avoid a violent or dangerous situation.
To read more about Gavin de Becker’s book, visit his website here.
Joyce Meyer teaches readers to take the mind to a new level of ability. In this book, Joyce gives readers a flexible outline for a program that will train them to take their thoughts into habits and success. In this best-selling book, Joyce can help you make decisions confidently, and ultimately, be more productive.
For more information, visit Joyce Meyer’s website
“Please forgive me”, “I forgive you”, “Thank you”, and “I love you”. These four phrases are simple but profound statements. In this book, Dr. Ira Byock teaches readers how to practice and use these words in everyday life. She explores how people burden themselves by holding grudges, even unconsciously. With Dr. Byock’s insight, readers can find a path to forgiveness, appreciation, and love.
To read more about The Four Things That Matter Most, visit Ira Byock’s website.
Dr. Lipton, along with other leading scientists, have made stunning new discoveries concerning the interactions of the mind and the body. This book explores the new field of Epigenetics, the study of changes in gene expression or how a trait is expressed. This change is caused by mechanisms other than changes to the DNA. Broken down in an easy-to-understand manner, this book is a great resource about a ground-breaking field.
Visit Dr. Lipton’s website.
Neal Donald Walsch expands on his best-selling book, Conversations with God, by adding daily meditations for readers to utilize in their own lives to aid them as they build their own personal relationship with God. Filled with memorable phrases and inspiring language, this book is a great read for anyone seeking to enhance their personal relationship with God.
To read Meditations from Conversations with God click here.
Extreme Fear: The Science of Your Mind in Danger
Science journalist, Jeff Wise, dissects research about the pathways of fear in the brain. Wise volunteers to experience first-hand various incidents that inspire fear all in the name of science. Wise argues that the better we understand the way our brains respond to fear, the more we can train ourselves against fears that arise in everyday life.
For more information about Jeff Wise and Extreme Fear, visit his website.
Further readings from Jeff Wise: The 9 Secrets of Courage from Extreme Fear
Daniel Goleman reveals new scientific evidence on a person’s “two minds”—the rational and the emotional—and how these two pieces affect every aspect of our lives. Using revealing examples, Goleman outlines 5 crucial skills of emotional intelligence.
For more information about Daniel Goleman and Emotional Intelligence, visit his website.
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