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26 Books Every 'Spiritual But Not Religious' Seeker Should Read
What magic a book can hold, it can transport you to any time or any place, real or imagined, inspire and teach you almost anything about life, love and why we are here. Rather that of your personal evolution and growth of your highest self and your inner being. Though our list is in no particular order, this book is one of the most influential and on the top ten lists of many people including Oprah. Written by spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle, it teaches you the power you have when you become present and live in each moment. Learn how to get out of your self inflicted suffering thoughts and find peace in your everyday life.
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For those that are looking to have a deeper understanding of how the east and the west can come together, this book is for you. This book completely changed the life of Gandhi and helped him become a peaceful dissenter of British rule. The main theme of the book deals with the importance of non-violent resistance to evil and how only the Divine core within us our only real guide to world change. At the age of 17, Ramana Maharshi had a deep experience of the Divine Self. Afterward, he took several years of silence in order to dive deeper into his spiritual pursuits.
Similarly, the following twelve books have been largely influential for spiritual seekers all over the world. While some are more timeless than others, each will likely inspire to further your own spiritual journey. Written by Melbourne television producer Rhonda Byrne, and based on a film she created in of the same title, The Secret tells of the laws of attraction: Asking for what you want, believing in what you want, and being open to receiving it. Since its initial publishing, it has gone on to become the most successful self-published novel ever. While many have found the plot corny, the insights within captivate the reader into shifting their perspective. The lessons told of the discovery of your personal legend, being your one true purpose, and of understanding omens, are ones that speak to all people regardless of religion. The Art of Happiness talks about the importance and attainability of happiness in everyday living.