I love books! They have always been my mentors. They are probably the last remaining type of attachment I still have.
Below you may find a list of books I recommend. If you click on the title, it will take you to amazon where you can order it. Enjoy!
The power of your subconscious mind by Dr Joseph Murphy
This is not just a simple book. It is a manual of the mind. If you want to understand how to use the unlimited powers of your mind, study this book. Everything that happens to us is caused by our mind. Every thought is a spark of energy. When focused, it can create literally anything!
The Art of Hypnotherapy by C. Roy Hunter
If you really want to understand the deepest levels of your mind (subconscious), studying hypnosis is great start. Hypnosis is a natural state for all of us. It has nothing to do with magic. it is not something that can be forced upon. Many movies have distorted the real image of the art of Hypnosis. When being afraid of something, we should spend more time studying it. The fear will disappear.
The Complete Dictionary of Ailments and Diseases by Jacques Martel
Every death is a form of suicide. The disease first appears in the energy field of our body, caused by emotional and mental patterns. This book is an amazing detailed guide for anyone who would like to understand what is the cause behind the illness. I hope you are and stay healthy!
You can heal your life by Louise Hay
A simplified dictionary of ailments and their mental causes. A good reference for those seeking to understand the mind body connections.
Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton
If you are a skeptical individual who still believes that mind cannot influence matter, Dr. Bruce Lipton’s book is a scientific book that proves once again that thoughts influence the environment. Mind is the most powerful tool we have in this life. Belief and you will make it happen!
The Future of the Mind by Michio Kaku
Dr. Michio Kaku is a visionary of our times. His writing style is so simple and digestible for non-scientists. An amazing book for those who want to understand the future of the mind and its unlimited powers.
The Law of Attraction by Esther Hicks
Our thoughts create our reality. Ester Hicks explains in her book the process of how thoughts create. It is only a focused mind doubled by the heart, that can create anything.
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
This is a manual that should be studied in school. I personally read and listen to the audio book at least 10 times. Very inspirational for anyone who wants to unleash the power of the mind.
12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson
I really loved the first chapter where the author looks into the life of lobsters and how they behave with each other. It is one of those book that will make you think and reflect on your life.
Fasting the Mind by Jason Gregory
I love all Jason’s work. Jason manages to turn complex topics into simple explanations. This book is an amazing introspection into how to clean your mental critical filter. Very Zen!
Food Forensics by Mike Adams
In Food Forensics, you’ll also discover the little-known truth about other toxic food ingredients such as polysorbate 80, MSG, sodium nitrite (which causes cancer), pesticides and weedkillers such as glyphosate. Adams reveals stunning, never-before-reported details of heavy metals found in recycled human waste (“biosolids”) used on some crops, and he explains how industrial pollution causes mercury, lead and cadmium to end up in your favorite protein powders.
Sacred Geometry by Robert Lawlor
The thinkers of ancient Egypt, Greece and India recognized that numbers governed much of what they saw in their world and hence provided an approach to its divine creator. Robert Lawlor sets out the system that determines the dimension and the form of both man-made and natural structures, from Gothic cathedrals to flowers, from music to the human body.
In 1927, General Yang Sen invited Li Qingyun to Wanxian, China, to teach about health and longevity. Li Qingyun was reported to be 250 years old at the time, and his visit to Wanxian was big news. In 1970, Yang Sen compiled a book of his and others’ accounts of Li Qingyun, titled An Authentic and True Record of a 250-Year-Old Man, which Stuart Alve Olson started translating into English in 1982.
Besides the notion of someone living to 250 years of age, this book goes well beyond the biography of Li Qingyun’s life. It has great historical value, especially for Westerners who are unfamiliar with much of Chinese history towards the end of the Qing dynasty. It also explains incredible health therapies performed by Daoist Masters.
Earth Honoring: The New Male Sexuality by Robert Lawlor
Robert Lawlor calls upon the ritualistic nature of sexual behavior in tribal cultures and in the Tantric and Taoist traditions to provide valuable guidance for reversing the unhealthy excesses of male energy. Looking to the earth honoring, matriarchal societies, he focuses on specific techniques used in the sexual and spiritual training of males to energize creative potential and redirect the quest for power and dominance into constructive channels. He shows how the initiatic disciplines of orgiastic control enabled men and women to achieve extraordinary, ecstatic experiences, providing the basis for increased spiritual awareness. Modern adaptations of these methods are revealed, along with their profound repercussions on the male psyche and ultimately on society.
Voices of the First Day by Robert Lawlor
Australian aboriginal people have lived in harmony with the earth for perhaps as long as 100,000 years; in their words, since the First Day. In this absorbing work, Lawlor explores the essence of their culture as a source of and guide to transforming our own world view. While not romanticizing the past or suggesting a return to the life of the hunter/gatherer, Voices of the First Day enables us to enter into the mentality of the oldest continuous culture on earth and gain insight into our own relationship with the earth and to each other.