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Book tips for Spirituality & Personal Development

As you probably already know, I am an absolute fan of spirituality and personal development. The topic is very close to my heart and it has made so much possible for me. Since I also love to learn something new by reading, it is a logical consequence that I have accumulated quite a pile of books about this subject. And that is why I want to share my my book tips for spirituality & personal development with you.

I have always liked to immerse myself in the parallel worlds of books and love this magical sphere so much.

Even though my taste has changed a bit over time, my passion for books hasn’t really diminished. On the contrary. Because I so often realize how valuable it is, not to be on my mobile phone. Especially in the digital society, the “always on society”. Every time I notice how good it is for me to read on real paper and not staring at a display. Fun fact: I got a kindle from my parents years ago and to be honest: I might have only read one book on it, at the most. I just need the feeling of a real book in my hand.

My favorites for Spirituality and personal development

The law of attraction – Esther and Jerry Hicks

When I heard about this book, more precisely about the Hicks and their approach, I was honestly a little skeptical at first. I heard about them pretty much at the beginning of my “journey” and found it a little too weird at first. But after reading the book I have to say: you get used to it and now I am totally fascinated by it! Just to explain it to newbies: Esther channels a higher being called Abraham. This means her husband Jerry asks questions on all sorts of topics and Abraham answers through Esther. That sounds pretty much like “woowoo,” but once you read the book, everything falls into place and the answers are just SO GOOD! And yes, you saw right, I read it in Spanish. But of course it’s not a must to do the same!

The fifth agreement – Don Miguel Ruiz

With “The Four agreements” Don Miguel Ruiz has pretty much written the standard work for personal development. With the fifth promise these principles were further extended. The former four are repeated and amended by a fifth promise. I consider the four principles to be absolutely groundbreaking and they have helped me a lot to find my own path. With the fifth, a further, essential wisdom is addressed, which I have thus integrated much more into my life: To listen and yet to question what this could mean.

A new earth – Eckart Tolle

An absolute Gamechanger! My dear Laura recommended this book to me and it opened my eyes. Especially at the beginning of my personal growth it is such a wonderful source to understand the basic principles. What I liked so much about it is the positive feeling it gives you whilst reading. In my opinion, Tolle’s attitude is just great and he explains everything in a way that is easy to understand, which is ideal to start with.

The Signs – Carolyne Faulkner

As I mentioned in my 22 facts about me, I am an absolute fan of astrology. So of course this book is a must-read. What I like so much about this one is that it is about dynamic astrology. Spiritual and astrological teachings are combined with psychological insights. So your evaluation is not a static evaluation or description, but much more a possibility to get help with decisions. But above all to live in harmony with one’s own being and personality.

my favorite books for personal development and spirituality

This is only a small selection of my book tips for spirituality & personal development. But I think they are great sources of inspiration, that can help to get a good insight into this fascinating world.

Let me know what your favorite books are – and not only about spirituality & development, but also about other topics. I am always happy about new reading inspiration.

Lots of love,

Nicola

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