If you are looking to elevate and deepen your relationship with yourself and the Source field these books will show you the way. Reading is one of the best ways to advance yourself spiritually. To know is the first step towards greater awareness.

We are so lucky to be living in this Information Age where an over abundance of helpful resources are available to us as we venture down the path of awakened awareness. Although, with so many choices out there you may not know which to choose!

The compendium of knowledge and wisdom from the Source Field in the form of literary transmissions is unbelievable, wonderful, and maybe overwhelming. Of all the many books about consciousness, spirituality, the nature of Reality, the New Paradigm, and holistic health, here’s a list of “must reads” you’ve got to get your hands on:

Book: The Five Tibetans: Five Dynamic Exercises for Health, Energy, and Personal Power
Author: Christopher S. Kilham

 

The Tibetan Rites are five simple, yet profoundly effective, movements are easy to incorporate into a daily practice you may already have. They have been said to be the “fountain of youth”. Even though the Tibetan Rites are an ancient practice of over 2,500 years old, they were first brought to the West just last century in 1939 with Peter Kelder’s book The Eye of Revelation. Kelder had learned about the Rites from a retired British colonel who had gone to a remote monastery in the Himalayas after he kept hearing stories of llamas who became surprisingly strong, young-looking, and full of vigor after doing the so-called rites. At the monastery the colonel learned that the stories were true. They taught him about the seven “psychic vortexes” that, as we age, start to spin slower which leads to worse health. They found that the spin rate of the vortexes can be restored by practicing the 5 rites on a daily basis. Amazed by this information and feeling the need to share it with the world, Kelder published this book to serve as a great guide to making the Tibetan Rites a part of your daily practice.

Book: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff … and It’s All Small Stuff: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Taking Over Your Life
Author: Richard Carlson

This easy-to-read book is the perfect fall back plan any time you start to feel overwhelmed. There are times where you may be having difficulty finding your center and staying at ease…when situations that we find ourselves in are becoming too hard to handle. All you have to do is shift your perspective and see that life is made of little moments and that if you simplify your outlook on things, then things become more manageable to deal with. Learn how to do that with this insightful book.

 

Book: Be Here Now
Author: Ram Dass

This book is a classic that does a marvelous job at keeping you captivated and really feeling into the experience of living a more present life. It’s appearance alone is like no other book with each page looking like a work of art. Be Here Now is a story of the journey of author Richard Alpert who renamed himself Baba Ram Dass after meeting his guru in India along the way. It begins with him leaving the hyper-materialistic culture of the West to go to the spiritually-respectful culture in the East. He had decided to embark on this adventure because after discovering the psychedelics psiolocybin and LSD, he experienced profound boundary dissolution and embarked on the path of Self-realization to India. There he was introduced to the spiritual practices of meditation, hatha yoga, and Eastern philosophy and metaphysics. If you are looking to develop a deeper relationship with their true Self, loves poetic descriptions of the awakening process and are looking for practical advice on how to live a yogic life, then this is the book for you.

Book: I Am That
Author: Nisargadatta Maharaj

This book is the ultimate as far as high-vibrational Self-realization teachings go. By cutting away all the non-essential fluff that sometimes comes with spiritual lessons, teacher Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj unmasked the mystery of what the true Self is. He does not promote any specific ideology. Furthermore, the format of the book is very interesting. It is written out in the form of dialogues he had with people who came from all over the world with the intention to strip away all the layers that had built up around their true ‘I’ and its timelessness.

Book: Sacred Sounds: Magic & Healing Through Words & Music
Author: Ted Andrews

In essentially every human culture where there was a spiritual philosophy, sound was considered the tether connecting humans with the Divine – the creative sound of the Universe is that through which everything came into existence because sound creates form. This book will teach you how to tap into the magical aspects of sound and the incredible healing nature of toning. Beyond healing, you will discover how to shift into higher states of consciousness and you will also be able to become more creative and enhance your intuition. If you feel like you have an energy block, Sacred Sounds is a “must-have” as it will teach you how, with the power of techniques such as directed esoteric toning, to dissolve blocks easily and effectively.

 

Book: The Holographic Universe
Author: Michael Talbot

The world has always been perceived as being a solid thing that is incredibly difficult to change. There is, however, another perspective today – an incredible amount of evidence today supports the idea that the universe is a holographic projection out of some primary Reality. This book dives into the beliefs of esteemed physicist David Bohm, a former protege of Einstein’s and quantum physicist Karl Pribram, that the universe itself is probably a massive hologram, partially manifested by the Mind. Within its pages you’ll discover how this perception shift would explain many of the mysteries of physics, including telepathy, out-of-body and near death experiences, “lucid” dreams, and the mystical experiences of collective oneness and miraculous healings. Be prepared to have your mind blown.

Book: The Zen Teaching of Huang Po: On the Transmission of Mind
Author: Huang Po

The insights of this book go incredibly deep that you will find yourself sometimes needing to meditate on a sentence for a long time and really feel into the richness and depth of what is being streamed into your consciousness. There are truths about Reality that are so abstract that it is difficult to compress them into an understandable format using language – but the author has accomplished this seemingly impossible feat within this book. His teachings of the Zen tradition go beyond the perception of the senses into the realm of the Absolute.

Book: The Emotion Code
Author: Dr. Bradley Nelson

 

Dr. Nelson explains how emotionally-charged events from your past can become trapped in your body, and as consequence creates physical pain and even serious diseases. These trapped emotions are disastrous, influencing the way you think, and what choices you make in life. His well-explained methods that apply kinesiology and neodymium magnets, will enable you to release trapped emotions easily and watch nearly instantly issues like physical ailments, self-sabotage, as well as recurring relationship problems that you may have had for decades disappear.

Book: The Secret Teachings of Plants: The Intelligence of the Heart in the Direct Perception of Nature
Author: Stephen Harrod Buhner

This book explores the techniques used by people in the past and within the present to get direction from plants. Plants contains a wealth of knowledge, so much so that even today, the teachings continue, with biophillic design becoming the cutting edge of architectural design.

Book: Energy Work: The Secrets of Healing and Spiritual Growth
Author: Robert Bruce

With this book, you will learn how to strengthen your immune system, learn how to practice self-healing, develop more intimate relationships, and increase your psychic and spiritual abilities, among other things. It is an easy-to-follow guide to specific techniques such as tactile imaging that will turn you on to feeling subtle energy strongly enough where you will be able to feel where there are weaknesses in your field, as well as imbalances.

Book: Tao Te Ching
Author: Lao Tzu

This timeless classic about the Tao was written nearly 2,500 years ago. It contains ancient wisdom about how to live a life of goodness and integrity, and it explains how we can have a shift in our perception of reality if we are in a state of pure awareness. The western mind has been reduced to a reality tunnel with a very limited perspective on things because every aspect of every single thing has a label and name attached to it. If you want to get into everything there is to know about self-awareness, this is your book.

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