5 Books to Make You Happy, Healthy and Wise

5 Books to Make You Happy, Healthy and Wise
The holidays are almost here; then it is time for New Year's resolutions. This year choose meaningful, inspirational gifts that continue to offer health, posibbility and empowerment. A gift does not have to be expensive to be appreciated. Choose a gift that reflects who you are as a person, a gift that others can pay forward to generate positive feelings and good energy.

The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire by Deepak Chopra explores synchro-destiny. Using science and mysticism, the reader is guided to unraveling coincidences to see the broader picture and in so doing take control. Learn to rewrite your destiny.

Love Medicine and Miracles By Bernie S. Siegel, MD is an oldie but goodie helping the reader tap into self-healing to achieve better health. Anyone who is sick or is a caregiver would benefit from Bernie’s witty and heartfelt advice as to how to become the EXCEPTIONAL patient and be well.

Although I feel a little awkward recommending my own book, I really believe in it. Turn On Your Inner Light: Fitness for Body, Mind and Soul is easy to read and offers easy to implement stress-management tools for 29 common life situations: techniques, visualizations and a fitness workout to get you off the couch. Take back your power and live more energetically. Don’t vent - reinvent!

Song of the Bird by Anthony De Mello contains stories, parables and epithets from ancient and modern traditions to help us find inner truth. His stories speak to your heart to help you grow spiritually.

The Secret Life of Bees By Sue Monk Kidd is an off beat novel about living on the edge and tapping into female power. In life we have many mothers. A well-written work of fiction helps us find truths about ourselves.

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