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    I am glad that my reading history is saved automatically on the library site so here are a few books that I have read that I found quite useful:

    An appeal to the world: the way to peace in a time of division – His Holiness the Dalai Lama with Franz Alt (2017)

    Awareness games: playing with your mind to create joy – Brian Tom O’Connor (2018)

    Jin shin healing touch: quick help for common ailments – Tina Stumpfig; translation by Karen Ludtke (2020)

    Transform your life with colour: emotional, spiritual and physical wellbeing through colour – Charles Phillips (2015)

    Teaching trauma sensitive yoga: a practical guide – Brendon Abram (2018)

    Yoga: keeping it up – Pamela Mariko (2019)


    Check out Just Be: Transform Your Life and Live as Infinity by Suresh Ramaswamy. It has been reviewed as being among the best books on consciousness and spiritual awakening.



    Peter Raltson – The Book of Not Knowing.


    I’ve been reading the Four Agreements recently. It has some practical stuff. I don’t care for the flowery new-age language though.


    Please check about Jack Kornfield’s books, Wayne Dyer’s Taoism books are very dear to me,

    and my all time favorite author is Gerald May.


    Dear Stephanie:

    I need a bit of Taoism this morning, so I looked up quotes from Wayne Dyer’s Taoism:

    “Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be”

    “The state of your life is nothing more than a reflection of your mind”.

    “You cannot be lonely if you like the person you’re alone with”.

    “You leave old habits behind by starting out with the thought: I release the need for this in my life”.

    “If all you do is follow the herd, you’ll just be stepping in poop all day”.

    “Every thought impacts you. Shift from a thought that weakens to one that strengthens you”.

    “Wisdom is avoiding all thoughts that weaken you”

    “Attitude is everything, so pick a good one”

    “Giving is replacing my demand for more”

    “I resist any brokenness by being flexible and bending when storms appear”.

    Thank you, Stephanie!


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