Molly’s recommendations for clients: These are simply works of literature that sparks intrigue and helps develop a more open and observational awareness.
Co-Dependent No More
by Melody Beattie
I love this book as it delves deeper into the need for love and acceptance from others. We all know loving ourselves is the gift of life. Why do we forget ourselves in the quest for others to love us?
by Colin Tipping
This book teaches us when we learn to forgive ourselves and how our choices have impacted lives we will learn how to truly forgive others on their journey. When betrayal, lies and pain creep into our existence from spouses, friends children etc how do we forgive without living from yesterdays pain?
A Dog’s Purpose
by W. Bruce Cameron
I cried so hard on a plane reading the book the flight attendant asked if I was in pain (true story). I laughed, I cried, I laughed again and again. The emotions are magnificent.
God on a Harley
by Joan Brady
Of course I sobbed (not until reaching the end)
Yes, it’s a fable and I bought five books to give friends. It’s a super fast read, when change is needed or not and self esteem is at a low point or not this little book shows us that whatever you may believe there is hope and it just might be on the back of a Harley.
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
by Deepak Chopra
This was my very first quote un quote spiritual book. It’s my sort of bible. Its looks like it survived a tornado. Its ratted and frayed and I won’t buy a new one. Its old and it speaks to me and hopefully you too. The simplicity of the read might feel unworthy as its not filled with a lot of mumbo jumbo and I believe as I write “my” review the simplicity is what allowed me to venture into the spiritual realm at least 20 years ago.
The Four Agreements Companion Book : Using the Four Agreements to Master the Dream of Your Life
by don Miguel Ruiz and Janet Mills
These agreements are simply about how we live, what we receive and how the heck could we change the outcomes from our familiar history . Living your life fully is a cliché we’ve heard many times. How often are we allowing ourselves to live fully? Do we know what that entails? Don Miquel Ruiz speaks to us from a language in which we can embrace. Once again are we living for the happiness of others, are we living with pure knowledge of the path that is ours, are we trusting from a deep sense of belief that we are worthy?
Read the book, trust me.
You Can Heal Your Life
by Louise Hay
An oldie but goodie! This book is amazing. As I read I continued to hear ME and sometimes it wasn’t pretty. Her honesty and the brilliance in which she shares is pure magnificence. How about this…..when we truly accept ourselves we begin to live with the freedom of our authentic self. Ahhhh!! simple enough concept, what keeps us from showing up? When we have the flu or feel depressed, angry, hurt there is a simple choice – moan and groan only or moan and groan and rest and nurture yourself, ask for a foot rub, get a massage, watch an old movie and breath.
Breaking the Habit of Yourself
by Dr. Joe Dispenza
My friend and colleague Susie told me about this book and I was like huh, why do I want to break the habit of being who I have worked diligently on finding? I loved it, the author is living what he teaches, he takes the science of the brain and creates a world engaging in shifts that are necessary to be spiritually connected to what is most important…..ourselves. My dear friend Debra once said to me “if you always do what you always did you will always get what you always got” It takes a minute to get.