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My Top 3 Favorite Wellness Books

I love wellness books. They have changed my outlook on life. They have quietly called me out on my bs, expanded my thinking, and given me the tools to let go and everyday techniques to get through triggering moments. I went through so many before I found the ones that changed my life. Find the one that speaks your language.

I sit down several times a week to read my books. Some days more than others, I have the capacity to read them. Sometimes I need a fun, easy read. But I know when I read a book like 'You Can Heal Your Life' that I get a new outlook on something I am facing or didn't even know I was facing. Wellness books provide me with a new mindset. They help me grow. They help me learn. And when you find the right one- they make me feel powerful.

Here are my current top 3:

  1. You Can Heal Your Life By Louise Hay

This one is my ultimate favorite. I usually keep this one on my bedside table, but it makes its way onto my desk, coffee table at home, or bag as I travel. It is my go-to when I am feeling off. It has an index in the back of the book for an easy guide. I flip to a page and read the affirmation at the end of that chapter. I read it three times, take a deep breath, and move on with my day. That's all I need sometimes. I find myself saying, "All is well" daily, which is how each affirmation ends. It's a simple phrase that says so much. Louise has a way with words, and each chapter is gentle. It is just an encouragement to look at the "issue" with a different lens or approach it differently. She also includes exercises that can be helpful. Grab my copy and see all the notes I have scribbled. It is one of the books that spoke to me the most.

2. The Mountain is You By Brianna Wiest

When I wrote "quietly calling me out on my bs" at the beginning of this post, I was talking about this book. I read it and kept saying to myself, "wooooowwww, she really said that to youuuu!" All in good fun! This was the first book that resonated with me and made me want to keep reading instead of getting frustrated and tossing it across the room, never picking it back up again. Something about the way Brianna writes makes you take accountability for yourself.

3. The Four Agreements By Don Miguel Ruiz

Something about this book makes me feel like I am being spoken to by someone who has deep knowledge and deeply cares about me. Four agreements. That's it! A short list that I can efficiently work with. Be impeccable with your word, Don't take anything personally, Don't make assumptions, and Always do your best. This book is going to have another read soon.

There are so many great wellness books out there!

Here are a few that are on my shelf to read in the future:

  • Life Coaching For Successful Women By Valorie Burton (My Current Read)

  • 8 Rules of Love By Jay Shetty (My next read, Was recommended by my. therapist)

  • I Got You By Rob Hill Sr

  • All About Love By Bell Hooks

  • Women Who Run With The Wolves By Clarissa Pinkola Estes

  • The Untethered Soul By Michael Alan Singer

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