Top 10 Life Changing Books

 

Top 10 Life Changing Books

Books are the most genuine and enthralling travel of thoughts. The more we read, the more we proceed in life. There are numerous writers with splendid art to shape the words beautifully for engaging the readers, they write in a life-changing way. There are some books that affect so much to change the way we think. We often go with the reading experiences which shifts our beliefs and leaves us with the life-changing questions. If you are a book lover and you are thinking to get some books for amazing reading experiences, here is a list of top 10 life-changing books that you can go for.

 

1. The Alchemist

The Alchemist

Everyone who ever read this book said it transformed them into their own better version as human. The Alchemist is a beautifully written book which is highly descriptive and easy to understand for anybody. This book answers the questions that generally people face during the journey of becoming something. The book was written by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho and it was published in the year 1988. It gives a brave hope for everyone to struggle and stand up to win in their lives. It teaches how one should listen to the heart and follow the dreams.

 

2. The Artist’s Way

The Artist’s Way

It is an immensely subterranean yet a simple book that every artist must read once. This book is more of a workbook for an artist. It alters in a positive means the way we think. Reading this book is entirely a dynamic experience. The best part about this book is it has the power to switch creativity in anyone. This is not specifically for one field, it touches each and all and leaves the readers to stun. The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path To Higher Creativity is written by American author Julia Cameron and it got published in 1992.

 

3. Life Of Pi

Life Of Pi

This book is a fantasy fiction which is considered one of the best of the present time. It focuses on the life-changing experience of a boy named Pi who sets an adventurous journey with a hyena and a Bengal Tiger in the ocean in a lifeboat which is in the middle of nowhere. This book was written by Yann Martel and it was originally published in 2001. The book has nothing to tell with the religions, it emphases on the importance of nature, God and own strength.

 

4. The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled

It is a marvelous example of how the problems we face eventually create our stronger form. The book beautifully showcased that confronting and solving the issues is the best option in order to keep our self on the track and on the same page with life. The Road Less Traveled was written by M. Scott Peck and it came in book form in 1978. It is a non-fiction which is packed with lessons that teach us how we rise when we face problems in life and how problems create courage and wisdom in one’s life.

 

5. The History of Love

The History of Love

This is an ultimate edition in mysteries and adventures. For very sure, it will leave you thinking about the central characters even after days you finish your reading. It is an enthralling and grandeur experience of reading fiction. The History Of Love was written by American writer Nicole Krauss and it came out published in 2005. It is a story that will never fade from your memories.

 

6. Conversations With God

Conversations With God

To be specific this book is a trilogy. Regardless of your beliefs, the content of this book plays well with the thoughts. Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue was written by Neil Donald Walsch. This book questions the existence and position of one in the world. Reading these books will be a riveting and distinctive experience. The adaption of this book was made in the year 2006.

 

7. The Giving Tree

The Giving Tree

This book is a pure illustration of gifting and giving. The book teaches us about the ways of accepting affection and love in different ways. It alters the way we demand everything and make us acquire to receive. The Giving Tree is a children book demonstrated by Shel Silverstein and it was first published in 1964. It is a diverse representation of art that shows solemnity in flawless ways.

 

8. Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience

Flow The Psychology of Optimal Experience

The book is written by a Psychologist that makes it obvious for us to understand how it will play with our thoughts. Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience is written by the Hungarian-American psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi it was published in 2013. It explains various aspects of how an individual think and this life-changing book will definitely tell you how to channel the flow of happiness.

 

9. Sophie’s World

Sophie’s World

This book is a narration of the life of Sophie Amundsen. It revolves around the story of a middle-aged girl who introduces herself to the philosophy. Sophie’s world was written by Norwegian writer Jostein Gaarder in 1991. This book leaves one to ponder two devastating questions. First, who are you? And second Where does the world come from?

 

10. The Red Tent

The Red Tent

This story alters the way you think about the biblical times. It is strongly feminist and reveals a lot about the ancient time thoughts of and about women. The book was written by Anita Diamant in 1997. It changes the opinion and leaves a whole lot of questions.

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