In recent years, we have witnessed a veritable flood of literature on self-help and spiritual growth that is supposed to help us live life the way we want. It is sometimes difficult to choose the right one in the flood of different manuals that offer a lot. If you have decided to change your life radically, then here are nine books you must read for your progress and growth.
Who Moved My Cheese By (author) Dr. Spencer Johnson
Where’s my cheese? This is a playful parable about searching the maze with a beneficial message. The changes that occur in life tend to put us in a real curse. But it could be completely different. And it all depends solely on our willingness and understanding of the nature of cheese, which is figuratively another name for destiny. However, we can tailor this to ourselves if we understand that changing our life path is necessary.
The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles By (Author) Steven Pressfield
Most of us have two lives: the life we live and the unlived life within us. Between the two is the resistance we face every day. In a funny and inspiring way, “the war of art” offers a strategy to overcome the resistance that prevents us from doing and dedicating ourselves to the work we are called to do.
The Road Less Travelled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth By
(Author) Scott Peck
Identifying and solving personal problems is a painful process that we mostly try to avoid. This avoidance results in even more severe pain and prevents spiritual and personal growth. In his handbook, which has been on the world bestseller list for more than a decade, Dr. Peck suggests ways to solve such problems, which allows us to achieve a higher level of understanding of ourselves.
The Magic of Thinking Big By (Author) D.J. Schwartz
A person doesn’t have to be an intellectual or have innate talents to achieve great success and satisfaction. You just have to understand yourself! This book is a handy book full of life tips that offer valuable methods.
Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life By (Author) Byron Katie
Byron Katie fell into a severe crisis and depression at some point in her life. When she finally regained consciousness and awoke from this negative state, she was overwhelmed by a realization that changed her life for the better forever. Katie has developed a “work” process where people find their own answers. The work is just four questions, nothing else. It has no motive; it is not binding. There is no such thing as your answers.
Awaken The Giant Within By (Author) Anthony Robbins
The international bestseller, through which you will learn to take control of your mental, emotional, physical, and financial destiny, is a must-read for anyone who decides to improve their quality of life. In his book, Anthony Robbins offers scientifically proven techniques and principles of self-control that we can immediately test in practice to discover the meaning of our lives, take control of our actions and harness the forces that shape our destiny and the destiny of others.
The Game of Life and How to Play it By (Author) Florence Scovel Shinn
Most people think life is a battle, but life is not a battle but a game. The book teaches us that the ability to visualize plays a leading role in the game of life. A man who trains his representational abilities by always imagining only the good brings into his life “all the just desires of his heart”: health, wealth, love, friends, the full realization of himself, and the highest ideals.
The Secret By (Author) Rhonda Byrne
A world hit teaches us to understand the hidden, untapped power within ourselves. The mystery brings the wisdom of modern teachers, who used it to heal, enrich and become happy. They helped each other with the knowledge of the Secrets and achieved what many people consider impossible.
A New Earth By (Author) Eckhart Tolle
Eckhart Tolle is famous for his book Now! Only this moment is truly yours. However, his recent work New Earth brings valuable insights into an awakened, conscious life that recognizes its ego and its manipulations at every moment. We are not what we think we are, but something else. Thoughts, actions, even the body are constantly changing, and our true selves remain the unchanged One, says Tolle.