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Resources for Your Journey to Happy

Each resource is carefully selected and meant to specifically broaden your view of emotions, needs, and relationships based on psychological and therapeutic studies.

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No Mud, No Lotus

Thich Nhat Hanh

No Mud, No Lotus gives perspective on how to suffer.

It’s a simple read with great insight on how to reset our perspective when we cannot change our circumstances.

“Thinking we should be able to have a life without any suffering is as deluded as thinking we should be able to have a left side without a right side.”

-Thich Nhat Hanh

Radically Content

Jamie Varon

This easy read offered simplified insights that help make acceptance easier to master. 

I loved how Jamie Varon was able to simplify such a complex topic as be content when life is constantly changing the goal posts.

The Untethered Soul

Michael Singer

I purchased this book based on a recommendation of how to process grief. The way the author guides you through your own thought processes is amazing. 

I loved the guidance and all the lessons I’ve taken from this book. 

How to do the WOrk

Dr. Nicole LePera

This is a thorough guide of how to work through childhood trauma. I was so excited to come across this book because Dr LePera goes through all the phases of healing and self-awareness. 

If you can’t get into therapy, this book is the next best step to take right now.

Radical Acceptance

Tara Brach, Ph.D

Another amazing book based in the foundations of Buddhism. This was the book that welcomed me into Buddhism. 

The author offers amazing personal insight into what it means to accept suffering and the way our lives unfold. 

The Desire Map

Danielle LaPorte

This is an amazing guide on how to gain clarity in your life. 

Danielle LaPorte starts by helping you uncover what you want to feel and then deciding on what actions will help you achieve those feelings. The book turns goals setting completely on its head.

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