Good Reads

I have never really been an avid reader, nothing could hold my attention long enough. My mind would eventually wander off to my latest worry and I’d find myself having to reread paragraphs over and over again. That all changed suddenly about two years ago. It changed so suddenly that it baffled me and I spent several days trying to figure out what had rewired in my skull. Suddenly, it clicked…meditation. Meditation had slowed my mind down enough to allow me to focus and truly be in the moment.

About six months after beginning this journey of healing and self exploration, I found myself face planted in book after book. I don’t remember exactly which book first put it’s hooks in me, but I was thirsting for knowledge and the right book seemed to always fall into my lap at the right time to help me continue down my ever expanding journey.

I LovE reading these days and if there’s a new age, self help, spiritual something, chances are I’ve read it. There are so many books that have changed my life and lifted my consciousness that I would like to recommend and help spread their LovE and light. They have opened my eyes and my heart to who we all really are, connected me with spirit, helped me be mindful and much more grounded in the now and have supported my expanding awakening and awareness. These are a MUST READ for any of you who are seekers and have a feeling there’s something else to being here on this big, round, spinning ball of matter.

“The Power Of Now”

By Eckhart Tolle


“A New Earth”

By Eckhart Tolle


“Anatomy Of The Spirit”

By Caroline Myss

“The Untethered Soul” 

By Michael A. Singer

Soul of EverLe tip- read the Eckhart Tolle books in the order they are listed.

Happy reading sweet souls!


  • Also, the gospel 🙂 its like poetry isn’t it? Glorious prose…

    “For the word of God is alive and powerful. It is sharper than the sharpest two-edged sword, cutting between soul and spirit, between joint and marrow. It exposes our innermost thoughts and desires.” Hebrews 4:12

    “All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. God uses it to prepare and equip his people to do every good work.” II Timothy 3: 16-17

  • Thank you for sharing! I need to add these to the long list of books I want to read. I know what you mean about all of the sudden becoming a reader. I never read much until the past few years myself. I wasn’t reading the things that kept me engaged. I don’t really like to read fiction. I love books where I am learning new things all the time, and I love me some self-help books! Have you ever read any of Brene Brown’s books? They are life changing!

    Hope you are well, Le!


    • Yes, I LovE Brene Brown! I’ll be recommending so many more as we go along. These are only a few in my expansive arsenal 🙂 I hope you enjoy my friend. xoxo

  • Thank you for these book recommendations! The first half of your first paragraph is so me, I just cannot seem to focus or quiet my mind long enough to take in the words on the page. I have drawers full of books that I bought and have yet to read. Maybe it’s because I keep my books in drawers? LOL. I have however read “The Power of Now” and I’ve been meaning to read “The Untethered Soul” for a long time. Gah maybe I should try meditation too.

    I noticed you linked to Audible, do you find it easier or harder to listen rather than read?

  • Thank you for the recommendations! Reading is a hobby of mine and I will definitely give these a try! You may also enjoy The Alchemist and The Four Agreements if you have not yet read them.

  • You are an astounding entity channeling the akashic record. “When the student is ready, the teacher will come” – discovering the enigma of man’s journey on this earth. “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them that are called according to His purpose.”

  • Thank you for sharing, I shall be checking them out!
    I have always been an avid reader, mainly because for me, it provided distraction from everything that was going on in my life. When reading, my worries dissipated and my mind allowed me to focus on someone else’s life for a while. Reading is escapism … and at the same time it’s not. Books have often clued me in to solutions to my own struggles, even if it was fictional works… Steve Maraboli is an especially inspiring source for me.

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