The main website with books and courses.
Annrika James and Tim McCavitt were the trainers at a Sedona Method weekend seminar that I attended. I feel that the in-person training is best, and I recommend Annie and Tim without reservation. For those who have attended their trainings, they do a monthly call where you can ask questions and they do releasing. It's quite helpful. This is the link to their website.
Sedona Method iRelease
These are short releases that you can put on your phone. The voice you hear is Tim McCavitt.
Conscious Living, Gay Hendricks
This book is old, ragged, and never leaves my bedside. It is highlighted in many colors because every time I read it and want to remind myself I choose another color. If a passage has three colors on it, it's really, really important. When things are falling apart, this is the book I turn to.
Inside-Out Revolution, Michael Neill
This is extremely helpful. It's based upon the Three Principles. It relates to learning to control our thinking. Michael has some YouTube videos that are helpful to watch. I have three tools that I use to stay balanced, and The Three Principles is one of them.
Everything is F*cked, Mark Manson
I've read this book three times already. I get something out of it every time. There is so much in it, I don't know even know how to start with explaining it.
Illusions, Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah, Richard Bach
One of my favorite books. I tend to give it as a gift to everyone.
The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz
I go back and reread this every year. I think the information is highly valuable. I remind myself of the Four Agreements frequently.
The Laws of Manifestation; Everyday Miracles, The Inner Art of Manifestation
David Spangler was a member of the famous Findhorn group, and they were manifesting long before anything like the Secret came out. His methods are more effective, and he's honest about where manifesting falls short. I think both books work together, rather than choosing one.
How to be an Adult in Relationships, David Riccho
The Soul's Code, James Hillman
This book talks about how our Soul's "acorn" that we are born with, shows up at around age five, and again in the early teenage years. Many times this shows us what we came here to do with our lives. He uses celebrity examples.
Wishcraft, How to Get What You Really Want; I Could Do Anything, if I Only Knew What That Was; Refuse to Choose, Barbara Sher. Also check out Barbara's Idea Party, https://barbarasclub.com/ideaparty/
I'm a big fan of everything Barbara Sher put out. She's the most effective "I Don't Know What I Want" coach there ever was. I am a part of the Idea Party and get posts from folks who participate in her online Idea Party, and their suggestions are beyond helpful.
You Can Heal Your LIfe, Louise Hay
This book has always been one of a kind. Louise's life story is compelling, and this book contains how false beliefs create illness in the body and affirmations to help. Illnesses are nicely organized so that it becomes an easy reference.
Buddha at the Gas Pump (BATGAP)
I love this website that Rick Archer has put together. He has over 600 interviews with spiritual teachers and ordinary people who have had spiritual experiences, NDEs, etc. I sometimes will put it on to listen to while I fall asleep.
Dying to be Me; What if this is Heaven?; Sensitive is the New Strong
Anita teaches that we need to love ourselves. I watch her videos frequently. Sometimes I just need to be reminded.
Kyle used to be a comedian. He is now using his talents to teach spirituality. I agree with much of what he teaches. It seems to go into my head easier because of the examples he chooses.
Mel is a recent discovery. Sometimes I need her directness to get me out of a slump. She may be too direct for some people.
Adyashanti's books, videos
If you've had a spiritual experience and don't know quite what to make of it, Adya is a good place to start. I have numerous cd's of his talks, and his book End of Your World, and Falling Into Grace are always at hand.
This is a resource for teachers of Advaita Vedanta, or nonduality.
Women Who Love Psychopaths, Sandra Brown
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Sandra Brown has a course that you can take, along with emotional support group. If you are having trouble getting away from a narcissist, she's a good place to start.
Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men, Lundy Bancroft
Lundy Bancroft was a psychologist in a men's prison with abusive men. This book is the result of his studies of them. Boy, is it an eye-opener.
Complex PTSD, From Surviving to Thriving, Pete Walker
This is really helpful. If you have a childhood history of trauma, you need this.
How to do the Work, Recognize Your Patterns, Heal from Your Past, and Create Yourself, Dr. Nicole Lepara https://theholisticpsychologist.com/
Also really helpful.
The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists, Eleanor D. Payson
Psychopath Free: Recovering from Emotionally Abusive Relationships with Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Other Toxic People, Jackson MacKenzie
This book is written from actual experience. It's direct and you might find things that resonate with you.
Never Be Lied to Again, David J. Lieberman
Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents: How to Heal From Distant, Rejecting, or Self-Involved Parents, Lindsay C. Gibson
Daughter Detox, Recovering From an Unloving Mother and Reclaiming Your Life, Peg Streep
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