Is the evening news getting you down? Are your social media pages turning into a boxing ring? Turn off the screen and find some positivity in one of our non-fiction books on meditation, yoga, inspirational activities and breaking unwanted bad habits. Turn your good intentions into meaningful actions to make a positive impact in your home, community, and relationships.
Check out some of these books available at Trails Regional Library today!
How to be a Better Person by Kate Hanley
How to Be a Better Person is a unique and practical guide that can help you easily turn your good intentions into meaningful actions.
Joy in every Moment by Tzivia Gover
Presents ways to use meditation to uncover random moments of happiness throughout the day, complemented by exercises and illustrations.
The Kindness Method: Change Your Habits for Good Using Self-Compassion and Understanding by Shahroo Izadi
The Kindness Method is the key to breaking unwanted habits―for good! Combining her own therapeutic style, personal experiences, and techniques learned from working in the field of substance abuse, Shahroo Izadi shares simple steps that strengthen your willpower like a muscle, allowing you to sustain your motivation and make lasting change in your life.
How Happiness Happens by Max Lucado
Lucado shares the unexpected path to lasting happiness, one that produces reliable joy in any season of life.
Polishing the Mirror: how to live from your spiritual heart by Ram Dass
Readers will find within these pages a rich combination of perennial wisdom, humor, teaching stories, and detailed guidance on Ram Dass’ own spiritual practices, including: Bhakti Yoga.
10% Happier by Dan Harris
“A spiritual book written for–and by–someone who would otherwise never read a spiritual book, 10% HAPPIER is both a deadly serious and seriously funny look at mindfulness and meditation as the next big public health revolution”
The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life by Edith Eger
A hands-on guide that gently encourages us to change the thoughts and behaviors that may be keeping us imprisoned in the past.
On Being Human: a memoir of waking up, living real, and listening hard by Jennifer Pastiloff
Jen will help readers find, accept, and embrace their own vulnerability, bravery, and humanness.”