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The top 6 CLASSIC books that changed the course of my life

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I used to be an avid reader…. and I am a book collector. I LOVE books!!!!!!
There have been many different books that have really changed the course of my life. Most of them were earlier in my life, when I didn’t really know where I was going or what I was doing.
These books spoke to me at the perfect time, in the perfect way, to help me change and grow and expand. They were foundational books in my life at the time.
Enjoy the video… and if you haven’t read one of them, it might be calling your name too. – SDJ ♥

My top 6  life-changing books

  1. You can heal you life – Louise Hay
  2. The four agreements – Don Miguel Ruiz
  3. The five love languages – Gary Chapman
  4. Excuse me your life is waiting – Lynn Grabhorn
  5. The prophet – Kahlil Gibran
  6. Ask and it is given – Abraham/Hicks

PS: I think my books are pretty life changing too, but I didn’t read these ones, I wrote them. Check them out here.
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6 thoughts on “The top 6 CLASSIC books that changed the course of my life”

  1. How fun to be in the company of fellow book lovers and to see so many commonalities in people’s chosen reading material! Talk about synchronicity. Like others have mentioned, it is difficult to pick just 5 but when I think of the ones that came along at key points in my journey (meaning that they came at times when I was struggling or trying to find my way, as Sunny mentioned when discussing Louise Hay’s Heal Your Life), I would list the following:
    1. There Is a River by Thomas Sugrue (biography of Edgar Cayce – this book started me on my spiritual path at 17 and I am still a proud member of the A.R.E. today)
    2. Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsh
    3. A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson
    4. Yesterday, I Cried by Iyanla Vanzant (and several of her other books)
    5. Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
    6. The Road Less Traveled by M. Scott Peck (I had to add this because it was suggested by a family doctor who took a risk by speaking the truth about the real “illness” in our family)
    I have also read all of the other books mentioned on others’ reading lists except for those by Yogananda and the Dalai Lama which I would like to read, though I have read other works by Yogananda and love his teachings. And I was so delighted to be reminded about Lynn Grabhorn’s book – I had completely forgotten about it, but I would agree that her writing style was definitely fun and will have to re-read that at some point. I hope others will add their lists as it is so enjoyable to see what books have been meaningful to them. Thank you, Sunny, for initiating the topic for discussion!

  2. Books are my love so naming 5 is a toughie, but I would have to list these:
    1. Creative Visualization by Shakti Gawain
    2. Intuition and the Mystical Life: Caroline Myss and Clarissa Pinkola Estes Bring Women’s Wisdom to Light
    3. You Can Heal Your Life: Louise Hay
    4. Conversations with God: Neal Donald Walsh
    5. Excuse Me, your life is waiting: Lynn Grabhorn (sadly she is gone, but her book was a life changer)

  3. Hi Sunny! I feel like you are talking about me. I completely love books, I can say, that they safe my life. I have a big collection of books also. Now I carry my library with me on my Kindle, so I can have them with me at all time. My books are my treasures! The first book that got me started in my spiritual path was..,
    1 Embraced By The Light by Betty J. Eadie
    2 Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walch. This one is my most life changing book of all.
    3 The Lightworker’s Way by Doreen Virtue. I love all of her books.
    4 The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield.
    5 The Seat Of the Soul by Gary Zukav. This particular book I couldn’t finish the first time that came to me, The second time I was ready for it. awesome book!
    and so many more by Louise Hay, Gary Chapman, and I adore Esther Hicks and Abraham!

  4. I am a book lover, as well, Sunny. Reading gave me an opportunity to go within and learn by exploring so many subjects and others’ thoughts, opening the world to me by reading about other cultures, too.
    1. Creative Visualization by Shakti Gawain
    2. You Can Heal Your Life by Louise L. Hay
    3. Beyond Fear, A Toltec Guide to Freedom and Joy, the teachings of Don Miguel Ruiz
    4. Man’s Eternal Quest by Paramahausa Yogananda
    5. Transforming the Mind, Teachings on Generating Compassion by His Holiness The Dalai Lama
    Two more books I’d like to list here, which you know very well, Sunny. The Love Never Ends and Invoking the Archangels, which you wrote.
    I have many more on my list but following your instructions to list 5, yet I continue to read more and more books, and several I re-read again and again.
    Thank you for this great reminder of why I continue to read and learn and journal. And, also write the story of my life.

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