SPIN CYCLE: Books That Will Change Your Ideas Around…

My Reading List Changes Constantly and…

I cannot update this page to reflect that; however, below is a great list to get you started, if you wish to shift your perspective around and you feel you are in a rut.

Some books listed are relevant to creating art ( if you are a practicing artist) and others deal with topics such as re-discovery, re-discovering yourself.  If you want to comment on any of the books in the list remember I do not have a way to translate, unless you do that in your post.

Books So Far:

“Walking in This World” by Julia Cameron

“10th Anniversary Edition of The Artist Way” by Julia Cameron

“Wake-Up Calls” by Joan Lunden

“The Power of Kabalah” by Yeuda Berg

“A Little Book on the Human Shadow” by Robert Bly

“Your Sacred Self” by Wayne W. Dyer

“How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci” by Michael J. Gelb

“Personal Power Through Awareness” by Sanaya Roman

“Art is a Spiritual Path” by Pat B. Allen

“The Mystic Heart” by Wayne Teasdale

” Radical Forgiveness” by Colin Tipping

“Spiritual Growth by Sanaya Roman

“From I Am to I Am, With Love” by Charlie Hayes

“Earth In The Balance” by Al Gore

“The Power of Intention” by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

” Self Matters” by Philip C. McGraw, PhD

“Green Living” by the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine

“The Rise of the Creative Class” by Richard Florida

“Coaching the Artist Within” by Eric Maisel

“Inside my Heart” by Robin McGraw

“Burnt Toast” by Terri Hatcher

“Living Artfully’ by Sandra Magsamen

“Spinning Words Into Gold” by Maureen Ryan Griffin

“A New Earth” by Eckart Tolle


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