Reading is essential and COOL. Last year I made it a point to start reading more because I wanted understand the levels of my spirituality more. I didn't always have an interest in reading books, but I did have interest in becoming more in tune with myself and the world around me. So I turned to reading for more knowledge. Here's a list of my favorite books that changed my perspective on many things for the better. Go into the new year with new options of books to read or even with the idea of reading more.
Seat of the soul by: Gary Zukav
This is the first spiritual book I read and it changed my perception on everything. There are lessons in this book that inspired me to really begin my personal journey on becoming my best self through living a more conscious life with intention. The book is broken into the following chapters: Evolution, Karma, Reverence, Heart, Intuition, Light, Intention, Choice, Addiction, Relationships, Souls, Psychology, Illusion, Power and Trust. I would read this with an open mind.
The Four Agreements by: Don Miguel Ruiz
The author talks about four very simple but wise agreements. By living through these agreements, you can find yourself experiencing personal freedom. This book doesn't really say anything we haven't heard before, but the way Ruiz gives the message helps to guide us back to our real selves. This book helped me release old, toxic ways of thinking.
Sacred Woman: By Queen Afua (still reading)
My favorite book thus far! I'm still reading it, but this is a book about holistic health and womb wellness. This is my first afrocentric healing book and it gives detailed concepts to aid in the path to feminine healing. Queen Afua helps guide women in honoring our wombs as the center of our consciousness and creativity. Definitely go into this read with an open mind. You may not need all of her rituals and practices, but this is a great book for all women looking to transform. Erykah Badu read this.
This book centers around the cash flow quadrants: Employee, self employed, business owner, and investor. Big eye opener for me as an entrepreneur with a business owner mindset. The quadrants are very informative and let you know where you stand with your money. Robert Kiyosaki helps clearly define the difference on being rich vs acquiring true wealth. Being broke vs being poor. Do you want to keep helping the rich get richer or learn to acquire your own generational wealth?