Being on a spiritual path often means expanding your knowledge. Here are some books that will cost you nothing to try. So why not broaden your horizons with these e-books on Amazon?
1. The Heart of Abundance: A Simple Guide to Appreciating and Enjoying Life by Candy Paull – This book is a free “best of” collection. Discover more abundance, encouragement, and simplicity in your life. Quotes, meditations, prayers, and instant inspiration help you create a life you enjoy and enjoy the life you have.
2. Buddha in Blue Jeans: An Extremely Short Zen Guide to Sitting Quietly and Being Buddha by Tai Sheridan – Poet and Zen Priest Tai Sheridan’s ‘Buddha in Blue Jeans’ is an extremely short, simple, and straight forward universal guide to the practice of sitting quietly and being yourself, which is the same as being Buddha. Sitting quietly can teach many ways to accept life, meet pain, age gracefully, and die without regret. The book encourages sitting quietly every day.
3. Butterflies Are Free to Fly: A New and Radical Approach to Spiritual Evolution by Stephen Davis – Given that the physical universe which looks and feels so real to us is actually a unique holographic projection from our own brain, the author examines various models for life and living that are very different than what we have been told and taught.
4. Gifts With No Giver: A Love Affair With Truth by Nirmala – This is collection of non-dual spiritual poetry written from the Heart by Nirmala, who is a spiritual
teacher in the Advaita tradition. These poems attempt to capture the
undying presence of love in all of its forms. Let your soul be deeply
touched by the Rumi-like words of a lover drunk with passion for the
5. His Holiness the Dalai Lama: A Message of Spiritual Wisdom by Comcast NBC Universal – This book explains how the religious leader was first chosen in 1937 and provides an overview of his political and cultural history. It also celebrates the way he brings communities together through a message of peace and nonviolence. Included are excerpts from the Dalai Lama’s address to attendees of the Kurukulla Center, discussion questions, a glossary of terms, and select resources.