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What books are you picking back up?

One thing I love to do is read. Would love to hear what you are reading and i'll share a couple of my favorite books, regarding yoga, meditation, and spirituality.

I think the most transformational books for me, I can't possibly rank them...

Autobiography of a Yogi. by Paramhansa Yogananda

At least for me this book had me longing for lost connections. It brought up such joy, bliss, grief, guilt, longing, feelings of togetherness as well as isolation. I had to put the book down for a month or two before continuing. Highly recomended if you are thinking about Yoga and a need to cleanse and be closer to your higher/divine sef.

There are books on Yoga postures, breathing, healing techniques, energy work, meditation, life stories of various Saints from many cultures, all of these works have made impacts on my life.

Most important is the desire to learn. My teachers have all been wonderful and what I needed.

And lastly I would recommend any of the great thelogical books. Just read them as though you were reading a story. Learn what feels right, and perhaps understand more about the world and these cultures. It's strange that most of what they say is 90%+ similiar, yet that last 10% causes such grief, pain, war, etc.

Anyway, I'm talking about the Bible..look for the 1611 Companion Bible if you dont already have one. I like the way it's put together. You would most likely need to special order if you dont go to a specialty bok store.

Bahgvat Gita - Sanskrit Verses and a wonderful series of conversations and moral stories and examples of Hindu Culture, life and spirituality. This is heavy reading, no doubt.

The Book of Mormon - Again, this book is beutiful and details a story not told in the other histories. There are some very interesting things within it. I know there is controversy in the world, but like I said, I just read them as stories and learn whatever I do from them and that feels right and true.

The Koran - Once again, I read for what I learn. I still haven't finished all of these four books, some of them I've had to learn other things to understand what was being told. In all they are incredible.

There are many other books. From Kabahla studies, to lost and ancient scrolls, to Atlantis, to Huna and Hawiian relegion to who knows what else. Something will make sense and then you'll see it repeated in other cultures, under a different name and perhaps going about it a completely different way, but it's the destination that's described the same. And I for one believe that journey is individual but the destination is Universal.



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