Well, here you go!
1. The 49th Mystic by Ted Dekker
This book would have profoundly changed my life if I would have been able to read it as a young man. It changed my life now...not only does it elegantly dispatch the misguided dogma of Religion, it opens a window to the true mystical and spiritual meaning behind some of the greatest teachings of all time. Click here for full review
2. The Book of Truth by Paul Selig
What can I say, this book has profoundly changed my life. It has made me understand the truth of who I am, and that my mission in life is simply to claim who I truly am and bring it into being. The book itself is a channeled text, which if you have any sense about you should send your woo woo radar beeping like a slot machine on tilt. But here’s the thing... Click here for full review
3. The Mastery of Love by don Miguel Ruiz
This book was not at all what I expected it to be. The title sounded a little fruity to me, but I'm not afraid to explore those rose scented waters if I feel there might be some knowledge to glean, so I gave it a shot. Right from the start I was intrigued. The author Don Miguel Ruiz turned out to be a master of Toltec philosophy, something I have adopted as the backbone to my own spiritual beliefs. He goes in immediately explaining how the Toltecs... Click here for full review
4. The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
I read this book on the recommendation of Joe Rogan and it has been one of the most influential books in my life. You ever wonder why its so much easier to sit down on Facebook than write a blog? Its called resistance. You ever wonder why you can get something almost done but never quite finish? Its called resistance. This book unmasks the treacherous aforementioned beast, and gives you the vision... Click here for full review
5. Island by Aldous Huxley
There have been many historical attempts in literature to create a fictional Utopia--A new idea for the optimal utilitarian society. Most of these ideas fail because the conclusions on societal operation do not follow from the construct of the premises. Psychedelic adventurer, novelist, and mushroom muncher Aldous Huxley did not... Click here for full review
6. Sex at Dawn by Christopher Ryan
You ready for truth to mollywop you in the face? Because this book is gonna shake up your mental construct. It answers some of the most important questions: Who are we underneath all of the rules, stories and societal pressure? What is the sexual state of nature for mankind? And then the REALLY important questions: Why do human males have large balls?... Click here for full review
7. A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle
Whereas I felt like Eckhart Tolle’s most famous book The Power of Now was rather semantically dense and a bit repetitive, this book reads like a cool breeze on a hot day. He elegantly elucidates both the value proposition and the prescriptive strategies for...Click here for review
8. The Toltec Art of Life and Death by don Miguel Ruiz
Wow. There are certain texts that are destined to be read for thousands of years, because the truth contained therein is so universal and profound that it will be eternally relevant. This is one of the works. The story recounts the life, teachings, and philosophy of one of the great sages of our time, a man that... Click here for full review
9. The Fifth Sacred Thing by Starhawk
I’ve been hesitant to write the book review for this book. I am worried that no matter what I write, I might not convey the importance of this work to the future of humanity.
This post-apocalyptic fantasy is philosophical fiction in its finest, resplendent form. A riveting story that moistened my eyes, made me laugh, and kept my... Click here for full review
10. You Are the Placebo by Dr. Joe Dispenza
We have all heard about the placebo effect. Most of Western medicine and science considers it an interesting phenomenon, but largely a nuisance. It has to be accounted for in all clinical trials and it confounds data.
But this book asks us to take a step back. What is the one thing that has been proven to treat every known condition? The placebo. Dr. Dispenza shows... Click here for full review