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I have actually got so many. All the books by SARK to help liberate and engage creative energy and shut up the Critic. Sarah ban Breathnach whose book of daily meditations helped me be okay with struggling and being imperfect, gave me ideas on how to think about different aspects of my life. Oriah Mountain Dreamer (who's on Facebook) and whose The Invitation helped give me the courage to end a bad relationship and to live for myself, make my own true soul's choices. I read it after being hospitalized for a serious illness and it really did change the course of my life. The Flylady whose website and mailing list has helped me build routines to get out of the chaos my brain has built-up. Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui which was also very helpful on clutter and choices and how to let go of what I didn't want but thought I had to keep.

I know my issues aren't the same as your issues, so keep any recs that sound interesting and toss the rest. And thank you for asking, I'm keeping this list to share with my therapist.

Date: 2017-04-24 10:29 pm (UTC)
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Love the SARK books!

Sounds like I may like The Invitation. On your recommendation, I just ordered it from paperbackswap.com. :)

Date: 2017-04-25 04:41 pm (UTC)
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Various Richard Bach books have made substantial impact on my approach to life. Nothing By Chance sticks out, but it's not the only one. Johnathan Livingston Seagull, of course...

I should go read those again...

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