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The Books That Have Helped Me The Most

 

 

The Power of Now, by Eckhart Tolle

Teaches you to keep present; mindfulness. It's a feel good book and shows how the author got enlightened. 

Creative Visualization, by Shakti Gawain

A very simple read. In fact, so much that you would think it won't work. However, it is quite effective and I've used it many times. Sometimes, the results are temporary, sometimes permanent.

 

Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection, by John E. Sarno

Sarno mentions many conditions, not just back pain that are susceptible to repressed emotions; emotions we are not even aware of. The book that set me off on my own healing experience. Thousands of people have helped themselves with this book, even those with the most chronic, severe diagnoses. His website is www.tmswiki.org

 

META Health – Decoding Your Body’s Intelligence, by Johannes Fisslinger

A great insight into Meta Health, written by the founder of Meta Health himself, with whom I’ve had the pleasure of training with directly. You'll see "disease" and "illness"in a different, more empowering way.

 
Mind Over Medicine, by Lissa Rankin

Rankin is a medical doctor, who became disillusioned with medical practice. She uses some of the techniques we use in META, where we look at the big picture to get answers to our health issues.

 

The Power, by Rhonda Byrne

Follow up from The Secret. Just a happy read, really. It's not always so practical, but I've heard of many people turning their lives around by employing the techniques and it helped me a lot, also.

 

The Power of Intention, by Wayne Dyer

A law of attraction book that says to keep your intentions clear. Another feel-good book. It is written by someone who's been into self-help for many years.

 

The Secret of Quantum Healing, by Frank Kinslow

Great book for pain relief; something you can do for yourself.

 

What to Say When You Talk to Yourself, by Shad Helmstetter

This book explains why it's important to say the right things to yourself. If what we say directly impacts our life events, it's a good idea to be mindful of our talking.

Smart Love, by Pieper and Pieper

Shows you how to be a better parent. Not relevant here, I know, but a great way to start helping our children.