The Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream by Paulo Coelho

This enchanting but simple allegorical tale reads like a spiritual treasure map. It provides one of the most accurate descriptions of what being on a path really entails. Enjoyable in its own right as just a good story, it is also richly laced with profound insights and symbolic pointers, meant to encourage, support and guide any true seeker.

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle

The power of this eloquent book lies beyond its words. It is akin to a perfect mediation in its ability to effortlessly shift a reader's consciousness to higher states of awareness. Already remarkable in this respect, the author also manages to answer the deeper questions of life with remarkable clarity and ease. This truly inspired work is neither aligned with, nor contrary to, any spiritual tradition.

God Calling by Two Listeners (Edited by A. J. Russell)

This devotional classic written by two women, who refer to themselves as simply listeners, has inspired countless readers over the decades. It was amidst their own daily struggles with dire poverty and illness, that these precious messages began to emerge from a source they describe as The Living Christ. Despite such an astonishing claim, every inspired word in this book seems to support their remarkable assertion.

The Way to Love: The Last Meditations of Anthony de Mello by Anthony de Mello

This final book by Anthony De Mello is perhaps his most eloquent and potent work - a glorious summation of his lifelong quest for truth. In thirty-one mini-chapters (or meditations), he urges readers to break through their illusion - what he considers to be the greatest obstacle to love. "Love springs from awareness" de Mello insists, adding that it is only when we see others as they are that we can begin to really love.

The Impersonal Life by Anonymous

Don't be fooled by the unassuming look of this little book. Packed full of explosive power, it has the capacity to blast anyone out of their spiritual complacency (that is, if they are ready and willing). It speaks directly from the source of the I AM presence, thereby bypassing the intellect and all other obstacles to pure knowing. Like a fount of ever-flowing wisdom, its profound offerings seem to grow and deepen with each reading.

The Way Out by Anonymous

This companion piece to The Impersonal Life, also speaks from the authority of the I AM presence. Intended as a follow-up to the first book, it goes into even greater depth regarding issues of everyday life. Anyone who approaches this book with true sincerity and humility, will not be left wanting. If everything in your life seems to be going wrong, this book is the place to start in terms of quickly and efficiently improving your situation.

The Twelve Steps of Forgiveness by Paul Ferrini

This beautifully written book is a road map to unshakable peace. It focuses on releasing unhealthy reliance on the ever-changing states of others and circumstances for one's quality of experience. Essentially it is a book about taking responsibility for your own happiness within the context of lovingly forgiving others as well as self.

Copyright © 2002-2015 Rachael Parkhurst - All Rights Reserved