Spiritual Books to read

Spiritual books are one of the great treasures of humanity. Many of them contain great wisdom, and help us to grow, contact with our soul and advance in life.

When we talk about a spiritual book, it has to be a reading that makes us think, makes us feel and also talk to our body and mind.

Sometimes, when i want to find a great one, I go to a library, or a book shop, and I wait for the universe to show me a good one. I have discovered many interesting books this way.

In this article i will suggest some great spiritual books that I have read and recommend.


Spiritualism is nature and condition of spiritual, quality of things spiritualized or reduced to the status of ecclesiastics, work or spiritual thing and set of ideas concerning the spiritual life.



Best Spiritual Books


The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Author: Robin S Sharma

Summary: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams & Reaching Your Destiny. How to find yourself will help you achieve happiness and success.


The Alchemist

Author: Paulo Coelho

Summary: An inspiring story of self-knowledge. Mysticism, wisdom and magic together. A great story.


The 7 spiritual laws of success

Author: Deepak Chopra

Summary: How spiritual forces and feelings can help us in our main life objectives.

How to See Yourself As You Really Are

Author: Dalai Lama

Summary: Buddhist view about how to achieve happiness, a meaningful life through self knowledge, meditation and love.


The power of now

Author: Eckhart Tolle

Summary: A guide to spiritual enlightenment. The most important thing is now and is the present. If you focus on what you feel in the present moment, you will understand everything.


Best selling spiritual books of all time


These are the two spiritual best sellers of all time. Both classics very famous.

  1. The Alchemist from Paulo Coelho
  2. The Secret from Rhonda Byrne



If you want to know more books that talk to your spirit you can check the current spiritual best sellers in Amazon or search for more.

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