Reading List

In No Particular Order, Here's a short list of books that were super helpful in some way or another.  Sometimes they have nothing at all to do with yoga. 

  Stephen King | On Writing     I have resisted reading Stephen King for most of my life because I'm not a huge fan of scary stuff.  I found this book to be deeply humanizing.  It makes writing more about what it is, a practice... just like yoga. 

Stephen King | On Writing  

I have resisted reading Stephen King for most of my life because I'm not a huge fan of scary stuff.  I found this book to be deeply humanizing.  It makes writing more about what it is, a practice... just like yoga. 

  Paramahansa Yogananda | Autobiography of a Yogi   Pretty much required reading.  Mystical, Fantastical.  

Paramahansa Yogananda | Autobiography of a Yogi

Pretty much required reading.  Mystical, Fantastical.  

  The Obstacle is The Way | Ryan Holiday   Perfect companion for a 30 day challenge.    See also  Meditations | Marcus Aurelius

The Obstacle is The Way | Ryan Holiday

Perfect companion for a 30 day challenge.  

See also Meditations | Marcus Aurelius

  Trying Not To Try | Edward Slingerland   Love, love, loved this book.  No it's not about giving up and throwing in the towel.  The passage about the butcher is beautiful.  Think  Jiro Dreams of Sushi  and you will get where this author is going.  

Trying Not To Try | Edward Slingerland

Love, love, loved this book.  No it's not about giving up and throwing in the towel.  The passage about the butcher is beautiful.  Think Jiro Dreams of Sushi and you will get where this author is going.  

  Daring Greatly | Brené Brown   Game Changer, possibly life changer.  Dig in and find the courage to be honest, to speak your mind, to give new things a try, and to be vulnerable.  

Daring Greatly | Brené Brown

Game Changer, possibly life changer.  Dig in and find the courage to be honest, to speak your mind, to give new things a try, and to be vulnerable.