This year, I’m setting the intention to be more disciplined with my reading and book options. Up to this moment, I have around 400 book titles to go through. Although I start and learn from many of them, my reading process is too random and seldom gives me the opportunity to reflect upon each author’s masterpiece. Since books are truly my best mates, it’s about time to treat them with more respect and the attention they deserve.
As such, I compiled a list of 12 books to focus my attention on throughout 2022. Am I going to read them all? I don’t know. Am I going to follow the order I’m giving them to you? Probably not. I do know I will not pick any other book until I finish and reflect upon these 12 titles. These are books I have been really wanting to read and they cover different aspects of well-being. Some are more spiritually inclined (e.g. Alchemy of Light) while others are more finance-oriented (How to Make One Hell of a Profit and Still Go To Heaven).
I hope some of these titles catch your attention and interest. If you already read any of these books, I would love to know your opinion about them. Please leave your feedback in the comments section.
12 Books to Read in 2022
The Secret Teachings of All Ages (Manly P. Hall)
Creative Journal Writing (Stephanie Dowrick)
Hatha Yoga or the Yogi Philosophy of Physical Well-being (Yogi Ramacharaka)
High-Performance Habits (Brendon Burchard)
Alchemy of Light (Llewellyn-Vaughan-Lee)
What Life Could Mean to You (Alfred Adler)
Intuitive Studies (Gordon Smith)
The 12-Week Year (Brian Moran & Michael Lennington)
Emotional Wisdom (Dena Saxer & Mantak Chia)
The Resilience Workbook (Glenn Schiraldi)
Principles (Ray Dalio)
How To Make One Hell of a Profit and Still Go to Heaven (John Demartini)
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