A personal development classic. Louise Hay goes through the different parts of our bodies that represent our emotions and gives affirmations to heal the mind, body and spirit. She also introduces the concept of “mirror work” and the deeply healing effects of gazing with love at yourself.
The first book that I read at age 13 on the subject of creating what we want in life by creative visioning. I credit my I Am Plan with this book.
I highly recommend reading this if you are interesting in taking my I AM mindset to the next level.
This book brings the science about how our brains work to a level you will be able to understand and implement. It is a must read.
Through the centuries I AM has been a powerful tool for self awakening and manifestation. You create your life through the power of what you attach to your I AM.
Deepak is the authority on Mind, Body, Spirit studies. His wisdom is at once age-old and timeless. Discover the healing that has been and always lives inside you.
My hero. Candace was a pioneer on her field and one of the discoverers of the Opiate Receptor, a groundbreaking discovery in the field of addiction science. Her work explains how we get addicted to our own emotions, and thereby create scenarios and situations in order to get our “fix”. Also, check her out in the classic movie, What The Bleep Do We Know.
An early influence on me, I read this book as a teenager and was fascinated by plants abilities to respond to our thoughts and emotions.
Another early influence. This is a classic and a great introduction to Eastern philosophy.
We’ve been trained to think we will believe it when we see it. But in fact, it’s the other way around. I read this book when I was in an unhappy relationship and 50 pounds overweight. I believed myself into a new reality with the help of this book.