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When you are at a critical time in your life, when you really have had enough of pain, lack of clarity, and indecisiveness, you decide to buy a self help book, that may offer you that bit of inspiration to spur you on to positive change. The following titles, i believe are essential books to read, to help you get to a new level of growth. If you like this guide, please click the yes button down below. Thanks.
Dr. Wayne Dyer: He popularized cognitive therapy. If you change the words that you use in your thoughts, you change the way you feel. Pulling you own Strings and Power of Intention are very good.
Deepak Chopra: One of the great minds in the world, one of the wisest leaders out there today. He believes and teaches that whatever it is that you want out of life, it will happen if you have very strong mental images, and you let the universe help you attain this goal, whether it is spiritual, material or emotional. If you follow his ideas, and work on it over a long period of time, over time, you will realize that he is right. Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire, 7 Spiritual Laws of Success are a start.
Po Bronson: A writer from San Francisco, who explores, through extensive interviews, all sides to the question of what we should do with our lives, without being too opinionated or pushy. He interviewed over 600 people for this book, and selects the best stories from those sessions, to create his book. Let's learn from each other....What Should I Do With My Life is his first.
Anthony Robbins: Known throughout the world as a leading motivational writer and gifted speaker and communicator, his early works are designed to get you immediate results, and at the very least, help you get on the right track. But, like all of the titles above, you have to make a real commitment to change. Personal Power, Unlimited Power, are classics. The audio tapes, cd's, like all of the others above are equally great and inspiring.
Hugh Prather: One of my favorite poets, who wrote extensively in the 1960's and 1970's. He will offer you a very interesting perspective and teaches you to make light of things, so that you don't take life too seriously. His best work is Notes to Myself. My favorite poem:
no shoulds no shoulds no shoulds
no have to's no have to's no have to's
i am free i am free i am free
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