Books

These are the books that inspire me, influence my world view, make me think, make me grow, help me make my life better and better.


Discovering the Inner Mother by Bethany Webster

I wrote a blog post about it. Click here to read it.


Unblocked by Margaret Lynch Raniere

This is deep work. Only for those who are willing to go freaking deep. I connected so many dots of my life and reasons for my self-sabotage through this book. Also cried my eyes and guts out and started making more self honoring choices in my life. I think it is really good if you have some support system of people you can trust while going through this book or if you have a therapist you can share what comes up with.


You Are The Woman by Marley Betts

The series of books about women, their feelings, thoughts and how they go about their life. Super relatable, funny and inspiring. Reading feels like sitting down with a friend, having deep shit conversations, belly laughs and hugs.


Seductress by Betsy Prioleau

Still reading this one. Expected a self help book, but got a deep dive in history, ode to feminine power that comes in deliciously surprising shapes&shades. I am also expanding my vocabulary, because the author loves playing with the words. And somehow it helps more that self-help books. It’s learning by reading about those who were leading with example and had tons of fun at it.


One of the best books I read about family and systemic constellations. Need to read it again.


Self Love Guided Journal by Suzanne Heyn

Journal with prompts and authors guidelines and insights that are life-changing. Deep inner work. You can get printed copy on Amazon and a pdf version on SoulScrollJournals.com.


This is the book I take in sip by sip, because I don’t want it to end. It always returns me to my core, calms me down and makes me appreciate the beauty of the present moment.


The Abundance Project by Derek Rydall

There are books about Law of Attraction that feel like a boring deja-vu and there are books where you actually learn new things and expand your mind. This author doesn’t just repeat ideas of others (even though quite some are repeated, because they are timeless), he is actually a deep thinker and explains metaphysical things logically, he is action oriented and gives tough love at times.


Strategic Intervention Handbook by Magali Peysha & Mark Peysha

From all the books I read about coaching, this one is the most practical. Less talking, more exercises you can use for self-coaching, in your relationships and of course with your clients.

 

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