Top 10 spiritual books around the world
Spirituality may refer to almost any kind of meaningful activity, especially a “search for the sacred.”spiritual books may also refer to personal growth, blissful experience,or an encounter with one’s own “inner dimension.”
A book contains the Secret tells of the laws of attraction: Asking for what you want, believing in what you want, and being open to receiving it.Written by Melbourne television producer Rhonda Byrne, and based on a film she created in 2004 of the same title. While some consider the book little more than glossy marketing and the re-packaging of many other spiritual beliefs.
The Alchemist tells the simple account of a shepherd who journeys to the pyramids of Egypt to find his treasure is truly timeless. The lessons told of the discovery of your personal legend, being your one true purpose. This book written by Paulo Coelho’s.
A Handbook for Living
Howard Cutler wanted to write a spiritual book focused towards a Western audience.
The Art of Happiness talks about the importance and attainability of happiness in everyday living. The purpose of life is to find happiness, which is determined by one’s mental state, despite outside circumstances.
7 Spiritual Laws of Success
Chopra discusses the importance of success in life, the success is defined as happiness and the realization of goals, although success is not limited to wealth. The classic book with Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.
Chopra lays down 7 laws found in nature used to create spiritual success. These laws include karma (cause and effect) and dharma (purpose in life).
The Road Less Travelled
In 1978 The Road Less Travelled book takes his ideas from his background both as a psychiatrist and as a born-again Christian.
His book details the attributes that Peck feels make a fulfilled human being. Split into three sections, his book talks about discipline (as a means for spiritual evolution), love (as a force for spiritual growth) and grace. Written by Psychiatrist M. Scott Peck’s.
Eat, Pray, Love
After a bitter divorce, author Elizabeth Gilbert took a year off to travel. She visited Italy, where she ate copious amounts of good food. She went to India to learn about spirituality. And finally, ended her journey in Bali, where she was able to discover a balance between the two: love. This book explains her spiritual journey of someone in a tremendous amount of pain, to a balanced, loving human.
The Four Agreements is A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz is yet another gift to the world. He provided a simple effective formula for living well. The four agreements are- be impeccable with your word,-don’t take anything personally, – don’t make assumptions, and – always do your best.
One who finds spiritual fulfilment in a much simpler way? Siddhartha should be required reading for the spiritually inclined: it follows the journey of a young Nepalese man named Siddhartha during the time of Buddha, and his quest to find spiritual enlightenment.
The book named jaggi vasudev, it contains with the own thoughts which makes the spiritual knowledge people. Commonly known as Sadhguru a yogi, mystic, and philanthropist, and the author of over 100 titles in 8 languages. He is also the founder of the Isha Foundation, a non-profit organisation offering yoga programs around the world.
On Heaven and Earth
Pope Francis is a chemical technician and nightclub bouncer before entering the seminary, and was ordained a priest in 1969. From the man the Jorge Mario Bergoglio wrote this book and shares his thoughts on religion, reason, and the challenges the world faces in the 21st century with Abraham Skorka, a rabbi and biophysicist.