10 books that give your pumpkin spice latte a side of spiritual awakening

by Catherine Conelly
Sep 7, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. ET

1 /10: 'Guided'

Guided self-help book

1/10 :'Guided'

Hans Christian King, one of the top five psychics in the country, wrote Guided to help you to get more in touch with the invisible side of your life.

Step-by-step exercises help clear your mind and uncover your soul’s greatest passion. Plus, inspiring true stories from those who have succeeded in experiencing spiritual awakenings will have you, like, whoa.


2 /10: 'Between Two Worlds'

Between Two Worlds self-help book

2/10 :'Between Two Worlds'

Tyler Henry discovered he was a clairvoyant when he was just 10 years old and knew life would never be the same.

Now, as the go-to clairvoyant for celebrities, he wants to share his story. He opens up about what his life is truly like and what we can learn from our lost loved ones.

3 /10: 'The Lucid Dreaming Pack'

Lucid Dreaming self-help book

3/10 :'The Lucid Dreaming Pack'

Dreams have forever been a mystery, but apparently they can also be a tool.

With the Lucid Dreaming Pack, you can learn how to dream with purpose in order to subconsciously achieve your goals.

Complete with a dream journal and an extensive guide to dreams, you may finally gain better insight into your inner self (and that weird dream you keep having).

4 /10: 'The Sound Of A Wild Snail Eating'

The Sound Of A Wild Snail book

4/10 :'The Sound Of A Wild Snail Eating'

We're often told to look at how big the world is in order to put a problem into perspective. Elisabeth Tova Bailey believes just the opposite.

While bedridden with an illness, Bailey became enchanted by a wild snail that had taken residence on her nightstand, allowing the little things in the world to make a big difference in her own life.

As she watched the tiny snail, she realized what it meant to be truly alive, and in The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating, she recounts the experience of learning to understand her place in the world.

5 /10: 'What If This Is Heaven?'

5/10 :'What If This Is Heaven?'

If you are fascinated by the cultural myths that shape our past, present and future, this is the perfect new age read for you.

After sharing her near-death experience in Dying to Be Me, Anita Moorjani continues to fascinate us as she analyzes the meaning of common myths, presenting meaningful experiences from her own life in order to help free you from the expecations that plague you.

6 /10: 'Change Maker'

Change Maker self-help book

6/10 :'Change Maker'

Science meets spirituality in Change Maker. Rebecca Austill-Clausen makes a shocking discovery that she can communicate with her brother after his death.

She struggles to combine her spiritual life with her rapidly growing business in occupational therapy, resulting in a book that will inspire you to embark on your own journey of enlightenment.

7 /10: 'The Warrior Goddess Way'

Warrior Goddess self-help book

7/10 :'The Warrior Goddess Way'

The Warrior Goddess Way is based on three pillars: wisdom, authenticity and saying "yes" more often.

Author Heatherash Amara writes about forgiveness and finding an inner stillness that encourages you to dance your way through life — which sounds pretty nice right about now.

8 /10: 'This Trip Will Change Your Life'

This Trip Will Change Your Life book

8/10 :'This Trip Will Change Your Life'

Jennifer B. Monahan thought she was in touch with her spirituality until she took a spontaneous trip to Yucatan, Mexico, and encountered a Mayan shaman who led her to redefine her life's purpose.

Now, Monahan offers the wisdom she learned as she herself became a shaman in This Trip Will Change Your Life: A Shaman’s Story of Spirit Evolution.

9 /10: 'On Living'

9/10 :'On Living'

As a hospice chaplain, Kerry Egan listened to dying people tell stories that reflected on their lives, the regrets they carried and the love they experienced.

In the proximity of death, she learned what it means to truly live, and On Living passes on those profound stories from her patients.

10 /10: 'Spitting Out the Bones'

Spitting Out The Bones self-help book

10/10 :'Spitting Out the Bones'

“You have to swallow the whole fish, and then spit out the bones,” is the motto of the book. Oh, and learning to find the treasure in all your emotional baggage (because we all have it).

D. Genpo Merzel tells the story of his humbling journey to becoming a Zen master after he hit rock bottom, all the while addressing how he blended Zen tradition with his life in the West.