Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Reflective Readings to Inspire your Health and Wellness

[originally posted 5.15.2017 featuring a spring fundraiser "perks" package.]
List and links updated 01.2019

Do you or someone you know like to have, on your desk or nightstand, a little book of reflections, poetry, or other quick notes of inspiration?

Here are a few of my favorite reflective reads.  The first list theme is:  health and wellness
The second list is a mix of classic (Yates) and quicky (Ben Franklin) poetry and spiritual themes.

Gift these to yourself or a friend.  If you follow the Amazon links and buy within a couple hours, the Hospital Handbook Project receives a few pennies at no extra cost to you.

With a specific health and wellness theme
  1. the most popular book at my clinic, Attitudes of Gratitude:  how to give and receive joy everyday of your life by M.J. Ryan
  2.  the book, Tao Te Ching or Book of the Way, an acclaimed classic; brief stanzas of poetry by Lao-Tzu about balance, perspective, the spirit of generosity.  A very good translation from Stephen Mitchell.
  3. the book, Letting Everything Become Your Teacher:  100 Lessons in Mindfulness by Jon Kabat-Zinn 
  4. The Book of Forgiving: the fourfold path for healing ourselves and our world by Desmond Tutu and Mpho Tutu
  5. Kitchen Table Wisdom: stories that heal by Rachel Naomi Remen, MD
More Poetry and some Spirituality

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