How does one find alignment with authentic self?... Are there any recommended books out there? Thanks

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Junwen you will get better answers asking your own question, go to the top and click on ask question. Usually no one asks a question that has nothing to do with someone else's question inside of someone else's question.

(20 Apr '11, 05:36) Wade Casaldi

@Wade Casaldi, I've now converted this old answer into a new question

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Check out "The Astonishing Power of Emotions" by Abraham.
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answered 20 Apr '11, 04:35

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Seth Speaks, The Eternal Validity of The Soul by Jane Roberts, a great book that EXPLAINS the inner and outer workings of the soul, not necessarily the alighnment but still a MUST read for all of those who want pure knowlesge of the soul!

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i recommend the book of life. align in the truth. deep meditation with a one pointed mind will take you there. experience and enjoy.

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answered 20 Jan '12, 03:01

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@white tiger - "the book of life", yet another gem my friend :)

(20 Jan '12, 04:56) blubird two

You should have a look at the "Power of Now" from Eckhart Tolle. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Power_of_Now

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answered 20 Jan '12, 12:07

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I agree with @Pierre. In addition to Dancing With Life: Buddhist insights for finding meaning and joy in the face of suffering" by Phillip Moffitt

(28 Sep '12, 17:12) figure8shape

You must read 'Ask and it is Given' by Esther and Jerry Hicks. An amazing book that I'm reading for the second time :)

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answered 20 Jan '12, 13:23

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Hi and welcome to I.Q. "The New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle after "The Power of Now" as well as the books others have posted above.

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answered 20 Jan '12, 17:08

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I suggest the Yoga Sutras by various authors, and the Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East, by Baird Spalding. Also try any of the books by Gregg Braden. Enjoy

The Bhagavad Gita is another classic.

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answered 20 Jan '12, 17:37

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