Here are the basic books that form the heart of Spirit Moxie. Do you know them? Are they in your library? Some are classics. Some, perhaps, unknown. Click on the picture of any title to learn more about that title!
Diana, Herself: an allegory of awakening by Martha Beck. The only novel on this list of basic resources. An adventure on, well, awakening. The core of Martha Beck’s vision in fiction form.
Finding Your Way in a Wild New World by Martha Beck. This
is a basic and challenging book that invites us to our individual journeys and was much of the impetus for Spirit Moxie.
Turbulent Mirror by John Briggs The basic premise of Spirit Moxie is based on chaos theory. The basics of chaos theory can be actually be fun.
Eat. Pray. Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. Forget the movie. Really. More information on understanding oneself and being present.
Brain Rules: 12 principles for surviving and thriving at work, home, and school by John Medina. Background for understanding how our minds work.
How God Changes Your Brain by Andrew Newberg, M.D.
No, this isn’t a religious book. It’s a practical one. Do you know how important it is to yawn?
Anatomy of a Calling: a doctor’s journey from the head to the heart and a prescription for finding your life’s purpose by Lissa Rankin, M. D. A guide for your own hero's journey through
a witness of vulnerability and hope.
Outrageous Openness: letting the divine take the lead by
Tosha Silver. Basic support in letting the universe work with you and for you.
The Power of Now: a guide to spiritual enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle. This is the classic on being present.
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