Here are the top personal development books of all time.
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Written by one of the contributors of "The Secret", this book is very beneficial because of it's list of easy exercises. Think of it like the guide book to the "Law of Attraction".
The Biology of Belief is a groundbreaking work in the field of New Biology. The implications of this research radically change our understanding of life. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology.
From the healing of our bodies, to the success of our careers, relationships, and the peace between nations, this new evidence demonstrates that we each hold the power to speak directly to the force that links all of creation.
The story of the "Warrior of the Light," a being who is capable of understanding the miracle of life, of fighting to the last for something he believes in.
Don't let the cover of the book fool you! This is the original (and if not the best) book on visualization written in a matter-of-fact, non-hype way.
The Alchemist presents a simple fable, based on simple truths and places it in a highly unique situation. One of the top 10 self help books.
Great book for living in the present moment and being free from things like negative emotions. Lacks exercises, but very powerful and easy to read. Definitely one of the best personal development books of all time.
The message of his new book? "We are not victims of aging, sickness, and death. These are part of the scenery, not of the seer, who is immune to any form of change.
Dorothy Rowe shows us how to have the courage to acknowledge and face our fears - only through courage can we find a sustaining happiness.
Dr. Pert shares the answers she’s found, both in the biomedical laboratory of mainstream science and in the laboratory of her own evolving life.
Pert offers mainly an account of her journey from a conventional scientist to one who also embraces complementary and alternative medicine.
This book has nothing to do with sorcerers or fairy godmothers. It occurs in our daily lives when we let go of negativity and self-limiting beliefs about ourselves and our circumstances and instead pursue "perfect equilibrium of the mind".
For years the doctrine of neuroscientists has been that the brain is a machine. But more and more evidence is turning up to show that the brain can rewire itself, even in the face of catastrophic trauma:
A ten-step technique, based on the teachings of the Toltecs, that allows the reader to heal from traumatic life events and emerge with new energy and direction.