Soul books for summer reading
While you’re recharging your body this summer with all the marvelous seasonal foods, you may want to also fire up your soul energy with these light but powerful books on your life’s purpose.
The main messages, as usual, are that its not what you do, but who you are that gets you into flow and purpose.
Heard this before? We could all benefit from hearing this again and again until the sheep come home.
So settle in your yard chair with chemical free sunscreen and dive in.
Miracles now: 108 life-changing tools for less stress, more flow and finding your true purpose (2014) by Gabrielle Bernstein
Gabrielle Bernstein is one of those next generation thought leaders (and super smart foodies) that seem to transcend time with how much they are able to accomplish and still remain connected to Source.
Like Oprah, Gabby has magical focus and is committed to helping people enhance their lives through meditation, kundalini yoga and teachings from A Course in Miracles.
Miracles Now is her fourth book, designed to help you bust your stress in just a few minutes through spiritual principles and meditation techniques.
I like to pick it up when in need of a daily inspiration or reminder to not get my knickers in a twist. Of course when I most needed it, I had to open up the lesson that said “I choose to see peace instead of this.” Boo.
Discovering your soul signature (2014) by Panache Desai
Panache Desai inspires and annoys me at the same time, because he seems to be effortlessly radiant, articulate and loving.
He is a gifted spiritual leader and I highly recommend his first book Discovering your soul signature. Because it is written from a divine space, you may feel a sense of renewed hope while reading it.
In almost every chapter, Panache shares many intimate examples from his life to illustrate his messages and also let us know that he is indeed human (with an other-worldly halo).
One particular message from Soul Signature that is commonly repeated by spiritual teachers, is to be grateful for everything that is happening in our lives – the seemingly good and bad. Is it just me or is that kind of a little difficult to grasp? Please share.
Image credits: Gabrielle Bernstein and Panache Desai