Life Changing Books
A Small List of Good Books to Read

On this page I will tell you about some life changing books I found to be amazing.

These books touched my life and affected my beliefs in some way. Who knows, they may make your life better too!

As a Man Thinketh by James Allen is the first book. It is about the power of thoughts. We all talk about thoughts and how they affect our lives but are you really "aware" of your thoughts? Do you just keep thinking random things throughout the day or do you sometimes direct your thoughts too? This book struck me down by making me realize that talking about thoughts and stuff is all right but what is really required is being aware of my REAL thoughts in REAL life.

Ask and It is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks is the second book I have written about. Guess what, it is also about the power of thoughts! :)

It talks about a strange concept - it says - what we think actually creates the circumstances we experience. That is, if I keep thinking about an elephant all day, my life WILL be full of elephants. Huh? I was surprised too but now it has become the book that I refer to most often for guidance. Click and I'll tell you how it affected my life.

Have you heard of The Little Prince? It is the story of a young boy from another planet - that connected so deeply with me - that it made me cry. As you listen to this pure and innocent boy talking to different people across the world, you can't but re-discover your own natural innocence. I've written a summary of The Little Prince and how it affected me right here.

By the way, here's a complete list of must read books that changed my life for the better. Take a look!

I first read The Alchemist way back in 2003. Since then I have read it twice and every time the book has meant something different to me. This time, it meant waking up from a state of "giving up" to a state of "my dream rocks!" in a coffee shop. :) Here's what happened.

Happy reading! :)

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