One of the most beautiful journeys you can take in your life is one down the road of wholistic healing, and it’s an incredible godsend that there are so many books that can accompany you on your journey.
It doesn’t matter what kind of healing you’re undertaking and for what purpose. When you have a good book as your guide, you can conquer anything and become anyone you want to be. It’s all about putting the power into your hands.
With all this in mind, we’ll explore the top seven reads you can’t miss, when it comes to looking at different approaches to wholistic healing and the different pathways you can take.
A Life Worth Breathing by Max Strom
This is a stunning book that revolves around the power of meditation and Yoga, and how finding flow in your life through these practices will help you bring flow into every other area of your life. It’s all about harnessing the power of your mind, body and spirit, and getting them all to work together.
Of course, Yoga is a practice that depends on you and you alone, and what benefits another person may not be the best approach for you. Fortunately, this book will help you explore a wide variety of options, by giving you the information you need to decide which path is best.
The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown
Brene Brown is one of the top writers when it comes to wholistic healing, and while you can’t go wrong by reading any of her books, this one is a real winner. There are 10 key points covered in the book that you can introduce into your own life—all of which will benefit you in a number of ways.
10% Happier by Dan Harris
Dan Harris was a news anchor who had a panic attack in front of millions of people (while live on the air!) that changed his life forever. This book details his journey into the world of self-healing and self-discovery, and the whole story is backed up with scientific facts.
The main focus of the book is meditation and how it changed Dan’s life, but he also shares his perspective on spiritual leaders like Deepak Chopra and Eckhart Tolle.
Carry On, Warrior by Glennon Doyle
With a subtitle of “The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life,” you can’t ignore the power, knowledge and wisdom that this book can offer you. Glennon is a true writer in every sense, and she speaks a Truth—yes, with a capital T—that’s simply impossible to find in other books.
This book is really a collection of the essays she’s written over the years for her blog, complied into one beautiful piece that you’ll want to read in one sitting.
Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin
What habits are to your life is what colour is to art. Your habits define you as a person; they dictate who you are and what direction your life is heading in. Taking control of your habits is what will allow you to take control of your life.
Gretchen Rubin knows that habits rule our lives, so she’s written this book that describes how (and why!) you should take control of them. But first, she’ll take you on a journey of self-discovery, and this will help you develop habits that’ll work for you as an individual.
You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero
If there’s one self-care book you’ll read cover to cover, it’s going to be this one. You’re also going to want to grab a notebook and pen to write down any advice that speaks to you while reading it. Trust me, there’ll be a lot!
This book contains a ton of fantastic questions that will bring clarity into your life, and as the title suggests, it’s going to leave you feeling amazing and like a badass when you get to the end.
The Sleep Revolution by Arianna Huffington
Sleep is one of the most important aspects of any healthy life. If you’re looking to heal, but you’re not thinking about your sleeping habits, then you’re not looking at the full picture. Arianna dives deeply into this topic, with her passion stemming from her dramatic breakdown due to sleep deprivation and burnout from work.
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