Personal Growth And Awareness


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The Back Of The Napkin” by Dan Raom – expand your abilities to solve problems and describe your message whether you think you can draw or not.  The website is worth a look too.

Barbara Marx Hubbard –  an alternative view of world events as seen from the perspective of conscious evolution.

A Brief History of Everything” by Ken Wilber  –  everything makes so much sense.

The Call” by Oriah Mountain Dreamer  –  for me The Call was a wake-up call to no longer deny what I have ached for.  Read The Call‘s opening poem and be inspired.

Conversations: An Inspirational Game –  explore and unearth your inner wisdom, and the wisdom of others, through this co-operative game of meaningful conversation.

Conversation With God series by Neale Donald Walsch  –  must reads for anyone asking questions or seeking answers to see the simplicity of It All.

“The Big Leap” by Gay Hendricks – learn some practical tools to identify how you are holding yourself back and live your best life.  You can see the contrast between having an Upper Limit Problem or not by watching the movie Enchanted … and laugh out loud at the same time.

The Dance” by Oriah Mountain Dreamer  –  more insights on living honestly with yourself.  Read The Dance‘s opening poem and join in.

Dimming the Sun –  a new perspective on the effects of visible pollution on our environment in a way most have never thought of before.

“The Food Revolution” by John Robbins  –  being informed because “we are what we eat”.

“Grace and Grit” by Ken Wilber  –  an incredible and humbling experience of death.

The Great Neighborhood Book – amazingly simple ideas on how to build places and stronger communities.   And even more ideas and resources from the Project for Public Spaces.

“The Invitation” by Oriah Mountain Dreamer  –  explore the world behind the poem and you’ll explore what’s inside of you.  Read The Invitation‘s opening poem and hear yourself speak.

“The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight” by Thom Hartmann  –  an eye opening look at history repeating itself.

Left to Tell”  –  you’ll never look at life the same way again after living Immaculee’s amazing journey of faith and forgiveness through the 1994 Rwanda genocide.

“Sales Dogs” by Blair Singer  –  this is a fun book to help us know ourselves better.  You can discover what kind of dog personality you are by taking the sales dogs test online.

The Secret –  there may be nothing new here on how to create your most extraordinary life but you may need to hear it in a new way.

Spiral Dynamics –  a very thought provoking theory on the evolution of human consciousness.

“Stones Into Schools: Promoting Peace with Books, Not Bombs, in Afghanistan and Pakistan”  by Greg Mortenson – pick up the story where Three Cups of Tea left off.  As the the journey of building schools continues a whole new level of insights and awareness unfolds making this a unique and compelling story unto itself.

“Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace … One School at a Time” by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin  –  this is an incredible true story of a man who’s failed attempt at climbing one of the worlds’ tallest mountains led to an incredible journey of bridging much tougher terrain.  This book has so many levels there is something to connect with for everyone.

The Traveller’s Gift” by Andy Andrews – seven personal choices that can change your life.

The Ultimate Gift” by Jim Stovall  –  read this book with your entire family and see life at a whole new level.

“The War of Art” by Steven Pressfield  –  short and to the point primer on getting the creative juices flowing.

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