There are lots of ways to improve your energy. Many involve practical, active steps, such as the “Three Ways to Improve Your Subtle Energy.” In other cases, though, gaining more knowledge and advice can go a long way. Many, for instance, find help refreshing their energy and spirit by reading books on the subject.
Here, you’ll find five books that people find helpful in this respect.
“Wheels of Life”
By Anodea Judith, PhD
“Wheels of Life” is a journey of progressively transcendent levels of consciousness. The book focuses on how to help you balance your chakras with meditation and yoga. As has been explained by News Medical, yoga isn’t just beneficial for the mind but also helps with the cardiovascular system, hormones, and stress. “Wheels of Life” will guide you through the process of achieving balance across all of these areas with gentle, expert tips that enable you to progress at your own pace.
“The Energy Codes: The 7-Step System to Awaken Your Spirit, Heal Your Body, and Live Your Best Life”
By Sue Morter and Jill Bolte Taylor
Have you ever had a life-changing experience? So has “The Energy Codes” co-author, Sue Morter. A write-up on the book called “The Energy Codes” by Scribd results from a “remarkable and profound awakening” by Morter and her wish to share this transformation with her patients. Specifically, “The Energy Codes” provides both theory and practice with drills, perfect for anyone who would like to learn to awaken their spirit by doing –– while also understanding the why.
“Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives”
By Gretchen Rubin
We all have a few practices that we’d like to change. In “Better Than Before,” we learn how to understand our habits, make a plan that works, and change some of those habits for good. Psychology Today explains that we learn that “consciously intervening” in our own habitual behavior won’t typically come naturally, meaning that breaking a habit “can require some consideration and effort.” Gretchen Rubin was aware of this and took it into account in her writing. This book is an excellent option for those looking to change their lives for the better and seek advice on changing and refining habits.
“Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics: A 10% Happier How-To Book”
By Dan Harris, Carlye Adler, and Jeffrey Warren.
In this book, we see a focus on practical tips for those who tend to be more skeptical. Written by Dan Harris, it includes his story on how he deals with his restlessness and ADD. Those with ADD know that fidgeting, difficulty concentrating, and sleep deficiency are common issues. Some find that they can be addressed, however, via regular meditation. And unlike some other guides of this sort that treat meditation as an easy practice to embrace, Harris’s approach acknowledges the challenge. Per NPR’s review of “Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics,” the author “set out to discover why it’s so hard to start and stick with the practice.”
“The Clarity Cleanse: 12 Steps to Finding Renewed Energy, Spiritual Fulfillment, and Emotional Healing”
By Habib Sadeghi, DO
“The Clarity Cleanse” is based on the mind-body strategy created by the author to hasten his recovery from cancer more than two decades ago. There’s a strong focus on emotions, reflection, and how to use your mind to help you overcome roadblocks. It also offers a path to healing your mind and body. This book is for people who want to gain a sense of control, peace, and self-expression while also learning how strong the mind can be.
We hope that this list can point you in the right direction for refreshing your spiritual mind and energy.