Here you will find brief reviews written by Dr. K. of the books that influenced her journey. This list of books is offered as a guide in hopes that you will choose what resonates with you to help you jump start your Holistic Journey to Self-Mastery. HLS is an Amazon affiliate and will receive a small compensation from your purchases here with no cost to you. (Your orders will go through Amazon.)
by Rhonda Byrne
The secret was the first book that opened my eyes to the possibilities of being able to create my life the way I wanted it— the way I wanted to experience it.
It was jaw-dropping information at that point in my life.
I highly recommend this book to get you started if you haven’t heard of Universal Laws.
For more information on Universal Laws I have a podcast on this website feel free to check it out:
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How to Win Friends & Influence People
by Dale Carnegie
This was one of the 2 book reports I had to complete to get my Certification as a Life Coach. Although it was written back in the early 1900s it is still a wonderful read. I wish this was one of the books that was a required read for all students in every secondary school.
Ask and It Is Given
by Esther and Jerry Hicks
This was one of my early reads. As I got more comfortable with more “out there” possibilities of the way existence of life could be. It was very helpful navigating my new found truths.
Tao Te Ching
by Lao Tzu
Wow! This is amazing. Such a profound look at how life works. It is really indescribable, and yet understandable in a very esoteric way. Another book I wish was a required read for all students.
What the Bleep Do We Know?!
by William Arntz, Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente
I love this book! I listened to it over and over again! It shows how we create our life experiences in a scientific fashion. Very amazing. I saw the movie first, but of course, the book goes into so much more detail of each explanation. A MUST for your library as you continue to evolve.
Feelings Buried Alive Never Die…
by Karol K. Truman
I use this book often. There is a reference on page 226 of “Probable Feelings Causing Illness.” This in-depth list helps me to pinpoint a possible emotion causing my physical manifestation. I highly recommend keeping this book handy for help in deciphering one’s physical challenges.
Hidden Messages in Water
by Masaru Emoto
Masaru Emoto was from Japan and worked in an oxygenation clinic. He gave us this wonderful look into how thoughts can transform our cells via working with water. The truth of it shown through the scientific method. I love how this book offers evidence on how powerful a thought is. All form starts with thought and there is no denying the proof offered in these pages.
by Lee Harris
This book contains wonderful meditations and exercises. I recommend getting this on audio to make the ease of doing the exercises just by listening. Covers subjects like money, sex, relationships and health. Enlightening while offering the empowering piece so many miss.
by Dr. Joe Dispenza
I consider this one of the advanced reads, but put it on this main list just to spur you into the next phase of possibilities. This gets pretty sciencey. Great read to evoke self-evolution.
THE ADVANCED LIST
Here you will find brief reviews written by Dr. K. for those looking to advance their journey of self-discovery even further.
by Richard Rudd
WoW! This book is amazing on so many levels. I plan to go through this book multiple times. It goes through the 64 gene keys with a link to give you your own personal “reading” and the amazing clarity offered as you go through all of the gene key descriptions. FANTASTIC!
Keepers of the Garden
by Dolores Cannon
Mind blowing information. I am a “truth seeker.” This took me beyond what I could imagine. Be ready for this before you go into this truth (truth —as far as I’m concerned).
The Convoluted Universe (Books 1-5)
by Dolores Cannon
Listening to another’s experience can change ones perspective. This series opened me up to a perspective that created more amazing views of all that is.
I consider all the Dolores Cannon books are just amazing and fun to listen to. Enjoy!