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Inner Work 097: 7 Books to Read on Your Spiritual or Healing Path

 

For Inner Work’s first episode of 2021, I’m sharing a list of 7 powerful books that can awaken and transform you. These are unique, truthful, and healing books that I’ve returned to over and over again as I’ve walked my own spiritual path. I hope you’ll find a title that resonates with you and that can help you kick 2021 off with renewed hope, clarity, and inspiration.

I run through each of these books and describe their main purpose, who they’re meant for, what makes them unique, and why they’re important for those of us on the spiritual path.

Here’s the list of books included in this episode:

Ram Dass – Grist for the Mill
Clarissa Pinkola Estes – Women Who Run With the Wolves
Penney Peirce – The Intuitive Way
Lama Tsultrim Allione – Feeding Your Demons
Jean Shinoda Bolen – Goddesses in Everywoman
Benebell Wen – Holistic Tarot
Seth Godin – Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?

Please note: this is NOT an affiliate episode, so I don’t receive financial compensation if you purchase any of these books. I’m recommending them because I can personally vouch for their transformative powers.

Thank you for being here, and please leave a rating or review on Apple Podcasts if this episode resonated with you. Better yet, tell a friend about the podcast!


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4 thoughts on “Inner Work 097: 7 Books to Read on Your Spiritual or Healing Path”

  1. Great book choices! I own several and am aware of a couple others, but there are also a couple I’ve not heard of that I’m interested in checking out. I am bound snd determined to finish Women Who Run With the Wolves this year…….. I’m just at the beginning after having read it years ago when it first came out. It’s always nice to hear about tried and true books!

    1. Josephine Hardman

      Hi Liz! Thank you for letting me know this list was helpful and interesting! Women Who Run with the Wolves can be a tough read… lots of sections that I’ve had to reread many times. But worth the effort! I think it’s important to have these kinds of books on hand so we can return to them as needed to reconnect to a sense of hope, truth, and personal power. Thanks again for listening to the podcast and for your comment!

  2. I had a day all to myself yesterday, 11/29 and was organizing the room in my house affectionately called “The Conservatory.” It’s the room my husband and I sit in at the end of the day and do something creative, journal or (for him) play angry birds. 🙂 ANYWAY, I began listening to your podcast on a lark and fell down a rabbit hole of therapy and healing. I was hooked. You spoke about all I needed to listen to in the 4 hours of podcasts into which I dove. Thank you for the book recommendations. Thank YOU for being here, doing these podcasts. I have recommended you to two of my friends so far. Will continue to do so.

    1. Josephine Hardman

      Dear Patricia,
      What a beautiful and absolutely moving note! Thank you for taking the time to write this and let me know how my podcast has been resonating with you. I love your idea of having a room as The Conservatory! It sounds like a lovely place for growth, relaxation, and creativity. It’s awesome to think that you were playing my episodes while organizing it. Thank you for sharing the podcast with friends, and for your presence here.
      With love,
      Josephine

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