Every December, I love to share reading recommendations for the new year. And this year I wanted to focus on supporting new spiritual authors.
I’ve been fortunate to be able to spend my time personally working with all these wonderful and kindred souls; getting to know their take on spirituality through their lens. It has been exciting and humbling to find like-minded individuals across the world, making an impact in their corner.
Today, I want to bring their Light in our corner. And encourage you to read some of the works of these new spiritual authors to help you in your journey, as well as to support theirs!
5 New Spiritual Authors Worth Reading in 2021
#1 – Orchid Of Fate by Carleen Marie
Carleen’s memoir is a beautiful and gripping reflection on the process of a Kundalini Awakening. It starts from her childhood and the different ways it impacted her mindset; how it caused physical manifestations in the form of migraines and led to a breaking point in her life. All leading up to her official awakening!
I was amazed by the level of detail and accuracy with which Carleen explains intense, eastern philosophies such as Chakras, Kundalini energy etc, from a scientific angle.
There’s a good blend of story-telling, educational value and a compelling writing that kept me hooked. Check it out. 🙂
#2 – The Band Director’s Lessons About Life by Donald Lee
If you want to pick up one book about teaching spirituality to kids, this is a good place to start. But it’s not just about the parent-children or teacher-student dynamic. There are valuable spiritual lessons for every age.
Donald’s work is a mix of humor and humility, of misadventures and music… and lots of other light-hearted goodness that we can all benefit from.
I highly recommend his book as a bedside read. There are some great reflections after each story, which you can slowly work through every night.
#3 – Hazard by Cosmin Onofrei
Cosmin’s Hazard feels very familiar in ideology to many of the things I talk about, which is why I could relate to the book right away.
It’s a short and insightful book with reflections about life, and will act as a wonderful guide in your spiritual growth.
What I liked most about his work, were the simple yet powerful examples he used from daily life, making his approach to spiritual living very practical. No fluff, just straight-to-the point spiritual truths. A good read for sure! 🙂
#4 – The Way of Existence by Jim Schmidt
I don’t know how I first connected with Jim, but about a year later, we were doing a video together about past lives!
Jim is a mystical and metaphysical author, who relates his past life experiences in his series called the The Way of Existence.
Another interesting fact about his work is that not only is he the author, he has self-published and printed everything himself! His work, in his opinion is not for the masses, but for the special segment who will resonate which such otherworldly ideas.
I was compelled by his writing style, which almost felt like reading a sci-fi story! I had to keep reminding myself that it was a real experience. You will enjoy the spiritual reflections that he shares in between as well. 🙂
#5 – Spirit Animals : 21 Divine Messengers of the Universe by Vasundhra Gupta
I know, I know. I’m self-promoting myself in a way by adding myself to the list. But the thing is, writing a book has been a huge block for me. So big, the Universe had to electrocute me to make me understand my higher calling! So when I finally self-published my first book, it was a big load off my back.
The reason this book needed to happen, was because even though we spend so much time talking about seeing 11:11 on the clock, or praying that a feather falls in our path to make our wish come true, we rarely talk about divine guidance from living beings.
Day-to-day animals like mice, ants and flies all have a spiritual significance. How do you know what that significance is? You take notice of these animals and their behavior.
I’ve talked about this in my pocket-friendly book, sharing tons of tips, personal stories and insight on the magic of spirit animals.
This year, I realized how profound even the newest writers and authors are around us. We always give the big-shots a chance, and of course we should, but in the upcoming year, consider supporting more local artists and new spiritual authors around you.
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Oh and, before you go, here are some other reading recommendations for the new year.
Happy reading! 🙂
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