My Secret Favorite Inspirational Books
There is a chain email popping around requesting that you share your favorite inspirational reading. It got me thinking: what are my favorite “secret” inspirational books, the ones I have turned to for years, ones you may not have heard of?
We all love Mary Oliver and Rumi remains the best-selling poet of our time and the bracingly wise Steven Pressfield gets us past resistance… but it’s wonderful to venture into new soul territory, too.
For your heart’s consideration:
When I don’t want to be human:
The Largest Possible Life by Alison Luterman
When I need reminding I am the queen of my life, a sovereign agent:
Coming Home to Myself by Marion Woodman with Jill Mellick
When stinking thinking threatens my well-being:
Just One Thing by Rick Hanson
When I wonder if God exists:
The Wisdom Way of Knowing by Cynthia Bourgeault
When I know God exists:
The Book of Hours by Rilke, translated by Anita Barrow and Joanna Macy
When I need to ignore the critic and get to work:
Making Your Creative Mark by Eric Maisel
When climate change and environmental degradation bring me to my knees:
Earth Prayers by Elizabeth Roberts and Elias Amidon
Of course, I could go on and on, but I would much rather hear from you – please share your favorite (and perhaps secret) inspirational source in the comments below. Let’s create a banquet here!
Share your email and each Wednesday I’ll send you an article that attempts to answer the question: How do you shape and live your most creative & expressive life? Plus get my brand new guide to help you get into action and follow through on your creative desires.