Recommended Reading

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Power vs. Force: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior by David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D. – A powerful book, I highly recommend it.  This book was the first to help me identify how vibrations work and consciousness.  Everything, especially people and events, vibrate, thus having power, which can be either a good vibration or bad. Vibrations are connected–attracted to or repulsed–and can spark creativity or suck away valuable energy.

A Year by the Sea: Thoughts of an Unfinished Woman by Joan Anderson – A thoughtful memoir of the year one woman spent living alone, including winter, in a summer cottage on Cape Cod.  Here she delved deep within to figure out who she was, where she had been, and where she wanted to go.  It was a book that had me reflecting on my own journey.

The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale – A timeless classic.  What Peale originally wrote in 1952 is still applicable today.

Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life – Living the Wisdom of the Tao by Dr. Wayne Dyer.  Of all of his books, I would have to say this one touched me most profoundly.  In fact, it probably was the book that solidified I was on the right path to finding the truth within my core.  Other Dyer books that have been helpful to me along my journey are:  The Power of Intention: Learning to Co-Create Your World Your Way; and, Excuses Begone!: How to Change Lifelong, Self-Defeating Thinking Habits,

Write Your Own Magic: The Hidden Power in Your Words by Richard Webster. You’re shown how your words have power over your future, your destiny.  A book for those who have a dream they want to be fulfilled.

New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose, by Eckert Tolle. I read it long before it became an Oprah Winfrey book club choice, and how it changed her life. Changed mine too. A book about visualization, where I kept seeing myself surrounded by books, where others weren’t in the room, where I was happy and serving others, and where my love went beyond a relationship. That visualization came true.

No Ordinary Moments, by Dan Millman. This book talks about lessons we need to learn, how we learn them, about our Basic Self (all external) and the Conscious Self, and the Higher Intuitive Self. How we live in both an objective and subjective world.

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