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Note:This page is always under development and change more books & resources can be found in the client area of the website. 

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Books:

The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran

Power of Intention by Dr. Wayne Dyer*

Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 1) by Neale Donald Walsch

Turning to One AnotherIshmael by Daniel Quinn
Ishmael is about changing the way we think. It certainly shook up my world view. Ishmael challenges the great myth that we all live under, what "mother culture" teaches us, what we will die defending, but is only a myth. I no longer see the world the same way. I have discovered that I never want to go back to my old ways of thinking. (See more notes on this book in the LivingIntentionally Newsletter Vol2No1 )

Turning to One AnotherTurning To One Another: Simple Conversations To Restore Hope To The Future by Margaret J. Wheatley
Want to start having real conversations with people?- get this book!
Here are some questions, conversation starters, and beliefs that Wheatley offers that resonated deeply with me and I hope you as well:

"Are you becoming someone you respect?"
"Do you feel a vocation to be fully human?"
"The cure for dispair is not hope. It's discovering (and conversing about) what we want to do about something we care about."

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom
by Don Miguel Ruiz; 138pages
A quick read in the bathroom. Though the Four Agreements seem simple; They are very well crafted and build upon each other. It is deceptive how powerful the combination becomes.

1) Be Impeccable With Your Word
2) Don't Take Anything Personally
3) Don't Make Assumptions
4) Always Do Your Best
For more of the review check out Living Intentionally Vol1No3

How To Think Like Leonard DaVinci - cover imageHow to Think Like Leonardo DaVinci: Seven Steps to Genius Everyday
by Michael J. Gelb
A must read for explorers of all kinds. Fantastic eye opener and brain stimulator.  Some consider DaVinci to be the most gifted person in history. Was it a gift or a skill? Discover several mind opening concepts, habits, tools to make you start thinking and dreaming like never before.

 

Links:

Beliefnet http://www.beliefnet.org - is an independent multi-faith e-community designed to help you meet your own religious and spiritual needs -- in an interesting, captivating and engaging way.

Belief-O-Matic: Want to find out what faith you might really belong to - take the Belief-o-Matic. Now before you pooh-pooh this, this is a credible website and the Belief-o-Matic can really aid to understanding why you either fit or don't fit with your current religious affiliation.

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