You Are What You Read

I am sure that most of us have read quite a bit or at least understand the concept of the law of attraction and how it works. Now, I am pretty sure you can understand what I’m going to talk about. Everything we do reflects onto our vibrations and our well-being. The people we talk to, the music we listen to, the movies we watch and of course, the things we read.

The things we should be reading to lift our vibrations should be things that bring us joy. That could be different for everybody because we perceive things differently than the next person over.

Overall, what I would like to inform you guys is to just read what you like, read what feeds your soul and always remember it will  have an impact on the way YOU perceive things and how YOU feel.

What books do you guys like to read?

-Heather

24 Comments

  1. I’ve recently found it very difficult to find time to read. Technically I am currently in the middle of The Scarecrow by Michael Connolly, and The Sign of Jonas by Thomas Merton. If you asked me what I’d like to be reading, a really good narrative style book on Bee Keeping, and Lost in a Good Book, which I believe is the second book in the Tuesday Next series.

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  2. This is so true. The editors here at TheFrenchYam read an eclectic assortment of books both in English & French. And I can tell you that the more we switch back and forth between the two languages, the more understanding of difference we start to have for each culture. It becomes so apparent through literature that we are ultimately all after the same thing in life. We just all take different paths to get there.

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  3. I love psychological thrillers and I read a whole bunch of them, but lately after reading Rich dad Poor dad I did spend some money on accounting and financial college textbooks and let me tell you I suck at math but I’m focusing on learning about investments. And for my enjoyment, I’m reading Cold Cold Heart by Tami Hoag, but to understand it you must learn the first book that is called the 9th girl it is a great story! I recommend those if anyone is interested.

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  4. I like to read so many different books and different authors it is difficult to list. When I first read your question two authors came to mind, Frank Perreti who wrote the Oath, and Randy Alcorn who wrote Edge of Eternity. Both are Christian authors who add suspense and a touch of what some might call Sci-fi. I enjoy the classics like Huckleberry Finn and Moby Dick. I also enjoy Shakespeare and books that are historically influenced. I enjoy books that I learn from and the list goes on.

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  5. I love a good classic! Jane Eyre is an all-time favorite and I re-read it every few years, along with Jane Austen’s Big Six. I’ve also been really into Ruskin lately and love his views on the aesthetic, which are very much akin to what you wrote in your post!

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