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In life, we go through so many hardships that dim the light of our souls. It takes us through different turns, ups and downs, leaving us with a lot of emotional pain and suffering that weighs our hearts down and makes our souls weary. Healing is a quest, and in that long journey to healing your soul, you might feel lost, not knowing where to start or how to begin. These 5 books will help you heal and soothe your soul.
Healing is the New High
By Vex King
Through his book, Vex encourages the readers to take charge of their inner healing, and break free from their traumatic and troubled past relying on yogic principles and simple techniques for a transformative, healing journey. In this book, you will learn how to work with your body’s energy, explore and raise your inner vibration, explore your personal history, and uncover your true self.
You Can Heal Your Life
By Louise Hay
The ultimate guide on self-healing and the power of the mind to heal your body and life. Best-selling author, Louise Hay is an internationally renowned leader in the self-help field. With a great deal of experience, Louise shares how she was able to heal herself after being diagnosed with cancer. In this great book, you will find profound insight into the relationship between the mind and the body and how the mind has the power to heal us.
How to Do the Work
By Dr. Nicole LePera
With more than 6 million followers on Instagram for “The Holistic Psychologist”, Dr. Nicole LePera has come up with a revolutionary approach to healing. Frustrated by the traditional practices of psychotherapy, Dr. Nicole wanted to develop new methods for her patients and herself that unify physical, mental, and spiritual health. After she had noticed the life-changing results on herself, she decided to share this knowledge with others. Dr. Nicole offers a protocol for self-healing and guides us on how we can create a more joyful life and break free from destructive behaviors.
What Happened to you?
By Oprah Winfrey and Bruce D. Perry
The book explains how our earliest childhood experiences shape our lives today. Digging deep into conversation on trauma, resilience, and healing, Oprah Winfrey and brain and trauma expert Dr. Bruce creates the shift from ‘What’s wrong with you?’ to “What Happened to you?’ in order to understand why we behave in certain ways and find our road to healing.
By Susan Cain
Author of the best-seller Quiet, Susan employs the power of storytelling and strong research to explore why we experience sorrow and how embracing the bittersweetness of life opens the door to connection, transcendence, and creativity. She explains how acknowledging our heartbreaks, pain and suffering can, not only saves us, but also stop us from inflicting our pain on others.
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