Books That Boost Your Spiritual Health:

by Carole Bourne

By Carole Fogarty


Rejuvenate Your Soul:

“Spend 30 minutes a day reflecting and learning” by Denis Waitley

Whilst I consider myself very good at de-cluttering, there are quite simply some books which are keepers. They are amazing books which have chosen me, spoken to the core of my being and will continue to fuel my spiritual health.





I absolutely know without a doubt that I could re-read any of the 6 books below in 5 years time and still receive wisdom and insight.  In fact, some of the books which I listed below, I’ve kept for over 10 years. I know that by looking at, or simply holding, any one of these books that I will be reminded of their wisdom, once again.

Let me share with you, some books, which are my all time favorites for nurturing our spiritual health.


1 – The Unmistakable Touch of Grace:  By Cheryl Richardson

I love this book. Cheryl is a very practical and down to earth in her style. She shares her personal journey and believes there are no coincidences. Every event you experience and every person you meet has been put on your path intentionally, to help raise your level of consciousness. Life has become a spiritual adventure. Grace is the energy or force which guides you along the way.

This book always makes me feel great.


2 – Journalution:by Sandy Grason

This is a great book about using journaling to awaken your inner wise voice. Find solutions to healing the past and discover how to manifest your dreams. Give your soul a voice through journaling and let the inner whispers be heard. Sandy makes journaling easy and accessible. This may well be just the book you need to kick start your spiritual health.


3 -Eat, Pray, Love: by Elizabeth Gilbert

My absolute favourite book of 2007. Elizabeth shares in a raw and organic way how unhappy she was in life, despite the fact, on the outside she appeared to have everything. Elizabeth traveled to Italy, India and Bali to reclaim her spiritual health.


4 – The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: by Deepak Chopra

I first read this book over 14 years ago when I met Deepak Chopra. The book is simple (you have got to love simple) and shares the seven energetic principles which govern the world in which we live. All principles are keys to strong spiritual health.

The seven universal laws are: The Law of Pure Potentiality: The Law of Giving: The Law of Karma: The Law of Least Effort: The Law of Intention and Desire: The Law of Detachment: The Law of Dharma:

This small book is a masterpiece, and one that I know I will read many, many times in this life time.

I later went on to buy and love The Seven Spiritual Laws for Parents.


5 – The Power of Intention: by Wayne Dyer

When this book came out it confirmed everything that I had believed for the last 20 years. Our thoughts are the investment into how our day unfolds.

Consciously choose your thoughts, lift your vibration and align yourself to the flow of universal abundance. Wayne shares lots of great stories and simply strategies to connect to the unseen energy surrounding us.

Staying in the vibration of gratitude always fuels your spiritual health.


6 – The Journey:  Brandon Bays

Anyone who is ill should read this book. It is Brandon’s true story of discovering a huge cancerous growth inside of her. Within 6 weeks she was pronounced textbook perfect, no drugs, no surgery, no tumour. Brandon believes that behind every physical illness is a toxic stuck emotion. Clear the toxic emotion and watch the illness dissolve. This book is nothing short of inspiring.


6 1/2 – A new Earth by Echkart Tolle

Whilst I haven’t yet finished reading this book, I have a sneaking suspicion that it’s going to be one of my all time favourites. Whilst I loved his book, Stillness Speaks, this new book takes “living in the now” to a whole new level and I mean whole new level.


Hundreds of other great authors:

There are, of course, hundred of other books from many great authors including: Byron Katie, Neale Donald Walsch, Florence Scovel Shinn, Paulo Coelho, Sonia Choquette, Dan Millman, Caroline Myss, Marianne Williamson, Shakti Gawain, James Redfield, and Don Miguel Ruiz. Books from any of these authors will not disappoint you.


Enjoy and please, please, please, share your most inspirational, life changing books with us all. I’m sure there are many, many more books just waiting to grab my attention and fuel my spiritual health.


Thanks for reading my article. Carole.  

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Dr. Nicole April 16, 2008 at 8:04 am

I am reading “Eat Pray Love” right now and because I love it so much only read a few pages at a time to really savor it. Most stuff I speed read…but this book is the rare exception. Cheers!


Suzie Cheel April 16, 2008 at 3:34 pm

I just love Eat Love Pray and there is going to be movie with Julia Roberts playing Elizabeth and she is very excited.

The Journey is a must keep as is Freedom Is by Brandon also.

Now I must get No 1 , seem to have bypasssed that and I want to read Sage=ing while age-ing- read all of Shirley’s years ago, was a big fan

Love and chocolates and honey



Healthy Living April 16, 2008 at 9:26 pm

Nicole, read slowly and enjoy every word on the page. This woman is a goddess.

Suzy, Shirley’s latest book covers quite a bit of ET stuff which is quite involved and I am not really into. There have been some good insights in the first part of the book about her life.

Can’t wait till the film is out on Eat, Pray Love. Better take the hankies.

Peace, love and travel



Spillay April 30, 2008 at 4:41 pm

I too am reading Eat Pray Love, at the moment. I know now to come and check your site for recommended books before I head to the book store. :)


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