books to help your mindset

BOOKS TO AID YOUR emotional and mental health

Feeling not in control of your emotions and actions, but want to own your power? Battling every day with yourself, but want to live in peace with your heart? Feel helpless, but want to change it?

These TOP 5 books would be of great service for you!

1)      “The seven spiritual laws of success” by D.Chopra

                This book is an exploration of how to spiritually nurture yourself and your family through giving back, expressing gratitude, enjoying the journey of life and realizing you are here for a reason.

2)      “Break the habit of being yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One” by J.Dispenza

If you ever wanted to change your hereditary predispositions for anger, sadness and bad choices this  book is on your priority list, my friend

3)      “Get out your own way. Overcoming Self-Defeating Behavior”
By Mark Goulston and Philip Goldberg

This book might have been published in 1996, but it’s still an incredibly insightful and worthwhile read. Through anecdotes and advice from Mark Goulston, a psychiatrist, you’ll learn about how to stop the self-sabotaging behaviour so many of us fall victim to.

4)      “How your mind can heal your body” by David R. Hamilton

Body and mind are inseparably connected, which is why physical conditions triggered by underlying mental health causes can sometimes be difficult to rule out.

Author Dr David Hamilton has shared some radical explanations of what happens to our body at the cellular level when we have poor mental health.

Hamilton’s groundbreaking research and findings are inspiring, and the book urges readers to step up and take charge of their well-being.

5)      “The Highly Sensitive Person’s Workbook” by Elaine N. Aron PhD.

Sustaining positive mental health is a lot about self-regulation and emotional management. Highly sensitive people (HSP), who catch energy from others too quickly, often find it hard to keep calm. This book is for empaths and HSPs who often get swayed away and fail to put things behind. With a collection of self-help exercises on positive self-image, self-motivation, and mindfulness, this handbook is a pathway provider for a fuller, more abundant, and more insightful life.

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