2013 READING SUGGESTIONS
Over the years I have posted suggested reading lists for those seeking inspiration, motivation and spiritual guidance. One of the interesting things about life is,
What attracts one may repel another
Not every author or book is relatable for every reader. This is why we have millions of authors and books – to fill the needs of every individual.
And the Envelope, Please
This season’s list is pretty awesome, by virtue of the writer and their content.
1. The Way of the Peaceful Warrior. Dan Millman, This embellished autobiographical account of a young man’s meeting with his mentor, and the challenges that he accomplishes both emotionally and physically, inspire and entertain. While it is partially fiction, it doesn’t sugar coat his journey or detract from its purpose.
2. Three Magic Words. Uell S. Andersen. This New Age read was written in 1954! Going on sixty years old, this significant book is relevant and stays true to its metaphysically scientific roots, with no side trips to religious realms. Though the cover has changed several times, the easy-to-read informational content remains a constant, giving one much to ponder.
3. Prayer, The Art of Believing. Neville Goddard. Another easy to read book on cause and effect, Mr. Goddard writes simply and eloquently. Taking quotes from the Bible, he lends truth to his explanations. “He calleth things that are not seen as though they were and things that were not seen become seen.” This book assists the reader in passing through the dream state of prayer to arrive at the door of practicality.
Esoteric Does Not Mean Extra Difficult
These book suggestions are nowhere near “high brow” nor do they talk down. They are reader-friendly and open up the mind to three great writers who have selflessly opened up and shared their thoughts and experiences with you.