Recently, I was trying to get work done in a common area – in an open kitchen where the guests of my lodging facility could stop by, eat, or sit at a kitchen table to get work done. There’s a huge island in the middle of the kitchen as well that hosts 4 portable stove tops, a sink, a center area for seasonings and enough space for chairs to surround the center island. This kitchen is huge.
So, while meditating on what I was going to write about, a conversation about transformation and relationship kicked off. It was my fault. I’m a magnet for these kinds of conversations. But I didn’t necessarily want to have it just at that moment. But, I respect that the universe in me attracts people into my space that need to be helped with resources I’ve crossed paths with. The conversation was 3 hours long. In another blog, I hope to share key things that I think are universal to all people to ponder when striving to transform their life that came up in the conversation. But for now, I want to focus on the principle of generosity through sharing wisdom and the resources the help with building it that I reawakened.
During my conversation, I recommended a few books and I realize that these books are the ones that changed my life forever. And I also realized that I’ve waited to long to create a public list or mentioning of them. Here they are in no particular order:
- The Power of Infinite Love and Gratitude
(Read this if you’re dealing with deep trauma or desire a kinesiological approach to healing)
- Introduction to Buddhism
(Read this if you’re open to an alternative spiritual perspective on faith and the law of cause and effect)
- Conversations with God
(The title says it all. If you’re still curious how about how God talks to us, read this.)
- Feeling is the Secret
(Puzzled about what it takes to manifest your desires all the time? This is the book to read)
- The Bible
(Regardless of your belief system, the stories of the Bible can give you some context to understand your personal legend.)
Want deeper perspective on why or how would these books change your life?
I’ll answer that in the next post.