Four Great Books I’ve Read Recently
1. THE FIRE STARTER SESSIONS
By Danielle LaPorte
A Soulful + Practical Guide To Creating Success On Your Own Terms.
I get a giddy feeling in my tummy whenever one of Danielle LaPorte’s newsletters pop up in my inbox, and I absolutely love everything that she produces – so when the publicist for her brand spanking new book offered to send me a copy I was beyond thrilled. It arrived last week in all of its bright orange, hard covered glory and I’ve been devouring it ever since. Written with her trademark mix of wit, poetic softness, and ballsy clarity, The Fire Starter Sessions is a tome that I just know will be my go-to bible as I set the wheels in motion for my future. She shows us how to gain authentic clarity around exactly what it is we want out of life. She tells us that we can most definitely have it all – we just can’t have it all at once. If you’re struggling with balance, have a blurry vision about anything, or just fancy being fuelled by constant inspiration, I suggest picking yourself up a copy.
You can read session one right here.
And watch this video. I have taken to watching it most mornings to inspire me to stay on track with my vision.
2. A RETURN TO LOVE
By Marianne Williamson
Reflections On The Principles Of A Course In Miracles.
I’ve tried reading A Course In Miracles, but most of it is so over my head that I have to read the same paragraphs over and over again. I can see why Marianne Williamson’s book – which takes the ideas from The Course and translates them for the layperson – has been so successful. Every page of this book blew my mind. It challenged my thinking in ways I could never have imagined, and has allowed me to see the universe as an even kinder place (and I already thought it was pretty kind). Marianne teaches us that nothing exists besides love, and that when we really grasp that notion life becomes so much easier. When we look at any situation with love, instead of fear, we really can solve any and all problems.
Buy A Return To Love.
3. CANCER IS NOT A DISEASE IT’S A SURVIVAL MECHANISM
By Andreas Moritz
Discover Cancer’s Hidden Purpose, Heal It’s Root Causes, and Be Healthier Than Ever.
If you read this book with an open mind, it will change the way you think of cancer forever. Not only does it make complete sense, but the way Andreas Moritz explains his unconventional view of cancer as a survival mechanism (and not your body’s way of attacking itself) is backed up with so much evidence and support that it’s impossible to dispute it. This book made me feel even more empowered and in control of my fate. It’s one I recommend to anyone facing a diagnosis of their own, or of someone they love.
4. POWER FREEDOM AND GRACE
By Deepak Chopra
Living From The Source Of Lasting Happiness.
Reading this book made me feel safe. It made me realise that everything that is happening in my life is occurring either because I have manifested it – or because the universe is working in my favour. Everything is okay, and everything is always going to be okay. Read this book to discover how to live with ease, how to cultivate lasting happiness, and how to release imagined fears.
Have you read any of these? What books (either non-fiction or fiction) have you read and loved recently?
Positive affirmation for the day: Everything is okay, and everything is always going to be okay.
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