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Inspirational Healing Books – The 5 Books You Need To Read

Motivation, comfort, and inspiration can sometimes feel very well hidden. Although these books can offer you just the directional guidance you need to spark your healing and initiate your eyes opening to a new perspective.

Conversations With God

After Neale Donald Walsch hit rock bottom in his life, he wrote God an angry letter. He asked God the questions that had been fuming within his mind. Do you know what happened next?

He heard the response, “Do you really want to know the answers to your questions?”. He then turned the answers of his questions into the first book of 9 in the series Conversations With God that eventually also produced a movie.

This book has led many people to reinvent what their concept of God is and view religion with a more modern and spiritual perspective that offers a deeper spiritual connection to God.

Daring Greatly

In 2010 Brene Brown gave a TED talk that went viral after she talked about vulnerability rather than from a statistical researcher point of view as she normally had, she spoke with her own vulnerability to prove how important it was.

In her book Daring Greatly she inspires people to live with their whole hearts even though this risks heartbreak, it is the only way to deeply connect with life. This book reminds us that you will experience heartbreak if you live life with everything you got, but that it is the only way to reach your biggest dreams.

The Alchemist

Paulo Coelho wrote this book originally in Portuguese before it became a best-seller. It is based on an Andalusian shepherd boy named Santiago who in his search for riches in the Egyptian desert slowly learns that he must direct his quest inwards.

Thought-provoking and heart touching, this book reminds us of the treasures within and the importance of listening to our hearts.

Peace Is Every Step: The Path of Mindfulness In Everyday Life

A great introduction and expansion of mindfulness, Peace Is Every Step is simple, easy to understand, and right to the point. There is pleasure and joy in how we eat, the fact we can smile, and the air we breathe. The path of humbleness ultimately reawakens our inner peace.

World-renowned Vietnamese Thiền Buddhist monk, Thích Nhất Hạnh, authored this book which inspires one to see the beauty in every moment with fresh eyes. He teaches you how to reawaken your perception of gratitude.

Peace Is Every Step made its way onto our top: 10 Books For Mindfulness.

Ask And It Is Given

Abraham Hicks is a collective of energy that is interpreted and channeled by author Esther Hicks. She has become famous due to her clear, straightforward, and downright inspirational teachings of The Law of Attraction.

This book offers us the emotional support and mental understanding we need to stop holding ourselves back and to step into our truest potential. Ask and It Is Given reminds us that by following hearts we tap into our core existence of joy.

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