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The Amazing “Resources” Email That I Always Send Out

It just occurred to me that I haven’t shared with you the “Resources” email that I send to clients, and of course to friends if they ask. I used to write down good books and such for clients in our first session, and then my hand started to hurt. So I got smarter (or lazier?) and started to email it. And though there were the “greatest hits” that were helpful for almost any of us, various other clients would resonate with various other things. And so the email grew. And it grew. And it grew some more. It’s been at the same place for a little while now, so I figured it’s a good time to share it here with you. And at some point, I should have it as its own page on this website. And yes, I’ve been meaning to redesign this site for like two years. I really should get on that… But in the meantime, here it is! And yes, this is lots of familiar stuff to those of you that have read my blog for a while. Still, it’s nice to have it all in one place. And by all means, share it with those in need! ALWAYS. It really has helped some folks. And it’s very cost-effective. Here we go, just pretend this is an email now. This is not a blog post. This is an email.

Hi [First Name],

Great stuff…

The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer
Chapter 11 (Pain, the Price of Freedom) teaches us how to feel. This is essential! Also see my blog 6-28-16 about this exact chapter: http://acleanmind.org/essential-topics/feeling-without-the-story-huge/. And the rest of the book is amazing, too. But this chapter is really helpful, so I often recommend that people read it first, especially if they’re carrying lots of “stuff.” Then start at the beginning with his hilarious description of the insane voice in the head and go from there.

Dying To Be Me by Anita Moorjani
If you’re interested, this is an amazing near death experience and miraculous cancer comeback. AMAZING! One of the best books I’ve ever read or listened to. Great Audible audio version, too. Use your Amazon login if you have that, or else create a free account on Audible. And here’s a pretty in-depth blog post I wrote about it: http://acleanmind.org/spirituality-religion/book-dying-to-be-me/

Somebody Should Have Told Us by Jack Pransky
This is one of the main books to read, and you’ll probably have to order it from Amazon or something. It’s a very relaxed, conversational book about how we all have built-in wisdom and how our body “feels our thinking” rather than feeling the world directly. In other words, our experience of life is happening inside-out and not the other way around. And it sure seems like it’s the other way around! I highly recommend this book to anyone. A very relaxed read, too.

The Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer
His memoir of saying YES to the universe for forty years. Amazing! Would be great for audio, too. Not so dense, just a memoir. And for a taste, my blog post on it is here: http://acleanmind.org/breathe-yoga-newsletter/book-the-surrender-experiment/

Judgment & Self-Judgment
Always an important topic! I wrote two posts about this around St. Patricks’s Day 2016 and then followed them up around St. Patrick’s Day 2017. The latter one links to the two prior ones, all good stuff. And SO important for your peace!! Big time. Here’s that most recent one: http://acleanmind.org/other-cool-topics/your-judgments-are-innocent-a-one-year-review/

Talking Nicely To Yourself
Matt Kahn is amazing! Here’s something I wrote that links to a video that’s life changing. He has TONS of videos, too, as well as a book called Whatever Arises, Love That. And he’s working on another book as well. http://acleanmind.org/my-stories/matt-kahn-the-fast-path-to-awesomeness/

The Space Within by Michael Neill
He’s a really good teacher. Same background as Jack Pransky. Definitely worth a read. And look for the deeper feelings that he talks about, starting right now in this moment! Also my blog post on that: http://acleanmind.org/other-cool-topics/deeper-feelings-of-peace-in-you/

The Happy Train!
This is awesome when dealing with difficult people. An amazing attitude to cultivate! http://acleanmind.org/essential-topics/2016-the-year-of-the-happy-train/

The Relationship Handbook by George Pransky 
This might be good as well. Same orientation as Jack Pransky and Michael Neill, specifically for relationships.

Sign From My Dad
I’ve gotten lots of signs from my dad since he passed in 2002, and so have my brothers. This is the apex right here: http://acleanmind.org/uncategorized/israel-the-green-parrots/

Amazing, Fun Reincarnation BooksMany Lives, Many Masters by Brian Weiss and Soul Survivor by Bruce and Andrea Leininger.

Amazing, Fun Out of Body Experience (OBE) books: Robert Monroe’s three books, in order. They’re called Journeys Out of the Body, Far Journeys, and The Ultimate Journey. Each one gets deeper. Mind blowing! And real. I went to the Monroe Institute in 2006, too, and did their Gateway Voyage program. It’s like consciousness camp. So cool.

The Field by Lynne McTaggart
An amazing survey of “the new science.” Mind blowing things that are happening in science labs that totally expand how we see things. Astonishing and exciting and fun to read. Wow.

Thoughts On An Updated Christianity: http://acleanmind.org/spirituality-religion/some-thoughts-on-an-updated-christianity/

The Law of Attraction. Abraham Hicks is one of the main teachers of this, and Sarah Prout is a newer teacher one. The main Abraham Hicks book is Ask and It Is Given, and they have tons of videos. You can search the web for “Abraham Hicks [fill in the blank]” and there’s probably a video on it. And you might try Sarah Prout’s Ancient Manifesting Ritual for $9. Because it’s only $9, so why not? But be careful about what you truly want, because you’ll be tapping into some serious power! She’ll send emails for good blog posts, too, and if you get too many, just unsubscribe. http://www.sarahprout.com/lp/main-ancient-manifesting-ritual


All anybody really wants is peace. The good news is that peace can be learned. I’m serious. This should be taught in middle school, but it’s not. So I’m teaching it now.

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