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You might see this list and think I'm crazy, and I get it. A year ago I probably would've had the same reaction. I was very skeptical in the beginning, but I suppose my mind must have been open enough to let some of this material in - and then the more I read, the wider that door opened and the more I let in.
I think part of the reason these books have affected me so much is because of how much they agree with each other and build on each other even though they were written by different authors in different time periods with different life experiences. That said, the most significant reason they changed my life is because I actually tested out many of the suggestions in the books - and they worked. They cured things in me that I have struggled with for decades and they caused me to have experiences that I used to believe only existed in movies and fairytales.
Aside from the books in this photo, I have others I read as ebooks that I will include in the list. I'm still reading some new ones, so I'll add those to the list as I finish them.
These are listed in no particular order.
(Also, please note that I have included Amazon affiliate links for each book, so if you click on them, you can read more info about each book. If you end up buying any of them using my link, I'll get a small commission, but no pressure to purchase - several of these should be available at your local library.)
The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton
The Map of Consciousness Explained by David R. Hawkins -- He has other books that people swear by including Power vs. Force and Letting Go but I have not personally read any of them. I started reading the Seth books soon after this one, and they're my favorites on the list, so I was less interested in reading these others at that point.
The Seth Material by Jane Roberts
Seth Speaks by Jane Roberts (with help from her husband, Robert)
Children Who Remember Past Lives by Ian Stevenson, M.D. -- Definitely one of my personal favorites. I love his scientific and honest approach to the subjects.
Children Who Have Lived Before: Reincarnation Today by Trutz Hardo -- Currently reading this one myself.
Far Memory by Joan Grant -- This one may feel a little sluggish for some readers, as it is told as an autobiography that casually includes her ESP experiences and her memories of past lives, but it is not exclusively about those topics.
The Nature of the Psyche by Jane Roberts (Seth/Rob)
How to Develop Your ESP Power by Jane Roberts (This one was written before the others so many prefer to read it first, but I think it can be beneficial to read it after you've been acquainted with Seth.)
The Nature of Personal Reality by Jane Roberts (Seth/Rob)
The Magical Approach by Jane Roberts
Dreams, Evolution, and Value Fulfillment volume one by Jane Roberts
Dreams, Evolution, and Value Fulfillment volume two by Jane Roberts
Journeys Out of the Body by Robert A. Monroe
Far Journeys by Robert A. Monroe (I recently purchased this one, but I haven't read it yet.)
Ask and It Is Given by Abraham Hicks
The Law of Attraction by Abraham Hicks (Esther/Jerry Hicks)
The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent by Abraham Hicks (Esther Hicks)
The Vortex by Abraham Hicks
The Astonishing Power of Emotions by Abraham Hicks
Side note, if you remember the craze over The Secret (book/movie) a few years ago, The Law of Attraction is the book that Rhonda Byrne is talking about in the beginning when she says there was a book that changed her life. Esther Hicks and LOA were deliberately kept out of it because the publishers/creators worried that it would be a turn off to people to include the fact that this information was derived from a "nonphysical being."
Honestly, while The Secret did not resonate with me as deeply as these other books have (probably because I read it after all the others, and it seemed a little watered down in comparison), I think there are certainly plenty of people who are more open to it because they don't have to accept the "woo woo" aspects of it. If that's something you personally struggle with, The Secret could be a good starting place for you.
Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian L. Weiss -- This one is considered controversial because it's certainly hard to prove, and because many people feel that the patient's memories of the past don't line up or they simply don't like the author's writing style, but I found it a fascinating enough book that I read it in a single day and my sister-in-law did the same thing when I passed it to her, so I thought I should include it. Plus, I do have to credit it for helping me to challenge some of my preconceived ideas about life and death and spirituality.
The Mothman Prophecies by John A. Keel
This one is a little different from the others on the list, but I'm including it because it feels sort've like evidence of a lot of the things talked about in the Seth books and some of the Abraham Hicks material I've seen on videos etc. Also, I had seen the movie a long time ago, but I had no idea how much different the book was, and I've always been fascinated by the idea of aliens and other mysterious things many human seem to experience but struggle to prove.
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
This one is actually more spiritual than it may sound based on the title, ha.
I'm currently reading The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. I started reading it years ago but never really got into it. Perhaps I just wasn't in the right headspace or wasn't ready for whatever reason. I'm curious now to see if it lines up with the other books I've read and the experiences I've personally had. I tend to measure everything against the Seth books to some extent because those are the ones that have resonated with me the most.