Raederle's Book List For Healing The Body & Mind

The books I've read have been key in making me who I am. Most of my healing, motivation, and inspiration has come from books. They are powerful in their ability to hold and convey information. They're a bargain, even when you pay $30 for a single book.
These books recommended below are all books that I have read personally and was highly touched by.
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BOOK REVIEWS

The Mastery of Love is not a book you'll forget after reading. Miguel delivers concise impacting statements that startle and empower. He uses simple sentences and simple language to convey powerful, timeless messages.
“You don't need to justify your love, you don't need to explain your love, you just need to practice your love. Practice creates the master.”
The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz
Amazon
The Art of Happiness Thumbnail Image by Raederle
Amazon
After reading The Art of Happiness cover-to-cover once I found myself reading it again, and again, in the years following. I never fail to feel uplifted after reading a chapter out of this marvelous book. It is a testament to the beauty of humanity.
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Sugar Blues by William Duffy is the perfect book for anyone looking to break sugar addiction.
“Sugar is stored in the liver... Since the liver's capacity is limited, a daily intake of refined sugar (above the required amount) soon makes the liver expand... When the liver is filled to its maximum capacity, the excess glycogen is returned ... in the form of fatty acids. These are ... stored in the most inactive areas: belly, buttocks, breasts, and thighs. When these comparatively harmless places are completely filled, fatty acids are then distributed among active organs, such as the heart and kidneys.
Sugar Blues by William Duffy
Amazon
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Amazon
After reading The Continuum Concept by Jean Liedloff I was amazed at how differently I viewed my life and everyone in my life.
"It is no secret that the "experts" have not discovered how to live satisfactorily, but the more they fail, the more they attempt to bring the problems under the sole influence of reason... [Determining what is good for us] has for many millions of years been managed by the infinitely more refined areas of the mind called instinct. ... [The] unconscious can make any number of calculations, syntheses, and executions simultaneously and correctly."
Ishmael by Daniel Quinn illustrates how to save the world in a beautifully told story.
“Once you learn to discern the voice of Mother Culture humming in the background, telling her story over and over again to the people of your culture, you’ll never stop being conscious of it. Wherever you go for the rest of your life, you’ll be tempted to say to the people around you, How can you listen to this stuff and not recognize it for what it is?
Ishmael by Daniel Quinn thumbnail image by Raederle
Amazon
When reading, the most incredible things I've ever learned came from stories. Stories are more memorable. They create images and time-lines in our minds. They give us all the background information that lead up to a great moment, a great realization, a great break-through.
In reality, we only truly grasp ("grok") something through personal experience. We can not add to our experience through reading dry data. But we really can and do add to our experience with stories. The more detailed, authentic, and dynamic the story, the more there is for us to learn from it. The more it resonates with us and touches us, the more we retain what we've learned.
It is because of this that I'm writing my own life as a series of autobiographical novels. If this interests you, please sign up at left and visit my patreon page for exclusive access to my personal revelations, diary entries and autobiographical novels as I'm writing them. You'll also get a lot of other awesome perks, which you can read about here: www.patreon.com/Raederle.