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Freedom: The Courage to Be Yourself - Osho
Osho outlines three stages of freedom: (1) freedom from restrictions imposed by parents, society, religion, etc.; (2) freedom that comes from embracing your vision; (3) and the ultmate freedom of simply being truly yourself in each moment.
Joy: The Happiness that Comes from Within - Osho
With a delightful mix of compassion and humor, Osho explores the source and importance of joyfulness in our lives.
The Secret - Rhonda Byrne
Quotations, teachings and stories from many sources, all pointing to the same truth... that with calm and focused thought, you can be, do and have anything you want.
Siddhartha - Hermann Hesse
Fist published in 1951, this beautiful and inspiring book, set in India, describes a young man's quest for enlightenment, which compels him to take and discard many roles and walks of life, until finally he becomes a ferryman and finds enlightenment in a simple moment as he watches the flow of the river.
Way of the Peaceful Warrior - Dan Millman
Another classic, this one set in the USA, about Millman himself, who as a university student comes across an all-night gas-station attendant, who becomes his mentor, who shatters all of his pre-conceived notions and try on a whole new ideology--one that valued being conscious over being smart, and strength in spirit over strength in body.
The Dark Side of the Light Chasers - Debbie Ford
This book is hard work, but well worth it. This book helps you uncover the aspects of yourself that you have denied but that continue to sabotage your life in devious ways. It entices you to discover the gift in aspects of yourself that you have disowned, to reintegrate these characteristics and to recover your wholeness. Read the book and, most importantly, do the exercises!
The One Thing Holding You Back - Raphael Cushnir
"Emotional connection is the ability not just to recognize an emotion, but to actually feel it. And not just to feel it for a moment, or for as long as it's comfortable, but for as long as that specific emotion requires... Whenever you're not willing to experience a particular emotion, your life is run by your resistance to that emotion. You make choices that are about avoiding the feeling, rather than serving your best interests. Emotional resistance, therefore, is the one thing holding you back." The exercises in this book help you reconnect to your emotions, become more vibrant and live a more fulflling life.
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