Books I recommend:

A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson "A profoundly touching book on many levels inspiring me to go deeper on my search of who I am and how I express myself both inwardly and outwardly in this world." - Hermas "Marianne Williamson's book is a classic. she reveals, with elegant simplicity, that love is not a mere sentiment of emotion, but the ultimate truth at the heart of creation." - Deepak Chopra

Open Your Mind to Prosperity An inspiration to open your mind to abundance and prosperity. A solid guide to truely embracing your full potential and prospering at the same time!

Being Human by Solihin and Alicia Thom and Alexandra ter Horst offers a unique and fresh approach to understanding life. Learn why you sometimes get stuck in a rut, become swamped by your feelings, or are unable to move forward, and what you can do to break free of self-sabotaging thoughts and actions. Discover the five essential qualities you already contain that will enable to navigate the human journey and bring your true humanity alive. As you gain a new perspective on yourself, your relationships, and how to meet the challenges of everyday living, you will begin to understand why you need look no further than the bathroom mirror to find the person best suited to effect real and lasting change in your life. www.beinghumanbook.com

The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle. A reminder to be truly present in our own lives and liberated from our past and future. It can transform your thinking and your life.

The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. In the four agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of Joy and create needless suffering. Based on ancient Toltec wisdom, the four agreements offer a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform our lives to a new experience of freedom, true happiness and love.

Co-Active Coaching: New Skills for Coaching People Toward Success in Work and Life by Laura Whitworth, Henry House and Phil Sandahl. By the founders of The Coaches Training Institute, this book is on the cutting edge and based on sound principles. While there is no right coaching model, it provides a starting point for those new to the coaching profession. The tools and techniques for probing, getting answers and really listening are alone worth the cost of the book.

The Portable Coach by Thomas J. Leonard. “Thomas Leonard is the Vince Lombardi of personal coaching. When you read The Portable Coach, you won't simply be awestruck by the sheer quantity of practical, immediately usable coaching advice-you'll want to share it with everybody you work with, live with and play with.” Richard Brodie, Author of Getting Past OK and Virus of the Mind.

Taming Your Gremlin: A Guide to Enjoying Yourself by Richard D Carson. If you have a low tolerance for self-help books or they haven't worked for you, here is a more creative yet practical approach to solving life's problems. Through the powerful metaphor of the gremlin, presented so imaginatively by Richard Carson's writing and Novle Rogers artwork, you will find ways to identify and banish the tenacious, self-defeating aspects of your personality.

Seeking Wholeness by Roland Evans. “In Seeking Wholeness, the author's gentle voice draws us forward page by page as he shares his inner life and that of his clients. He returns us to the warmth and intimacy of humanistic psychology, unfolded in the high vision of transpersonal psychology. We discover within ourselves the deepest joy of our own everyday experience. This book is a gift to the spirit.” Allan Combs, author of Radiance of Being.

Conversations with God: Book I by Neale Donald Walsch. Neale Donald Walsch “contains a wisdom I believe we all have inside us but don't stop to listen to. There is widom of the ages in this book.” Dr Bernie Siegel.