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I've always loved exploring the bookshelves of my therapists, teachers, & mentors. Here's what's on my bookshelf: favorite titles, recommended reads, and recently finished.

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A masterful exploration of the intersection of Buddhism and Psychotherapy. Both provocative and practical.

Bruce Tift

Already Free


Thomas Merton, a Christian Monk, offers his "translation" of the timeless wisdom of Chuang Tzu.

Thomas Merton

The Way of Chuang Tzu

Wilber's magnum opus. I could almost feel my brain changing the first time I read it.

Ken Wilber

Sex, Ecology, Spirituality


Likely the best book you will ever read on changing habits. 

James Clear

Atomic Habits


Principles for success in life and business. A beautiful, evolutionary perspective on growth and development.

Ray Dalio



There is little doubt that the future of psychotherapy will involve psychedelics. A great overview of how this field is evolving.

Michael Pollan

How to Change Your Mind

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Dzogchen is the pinnacle of Tibetan Buddhism. Dowman's translation directs you to your already enlightened true nature.

Keith Dowman

Natural Perfection


An introduction to visualization from the Tibetan perspective. Why not view yourself as a Buddha?

Lama Yeshe

Introduction to Tantra

A Taoist approach to working with sexual energy. Chia makes complex meditation practices accessible to beginners.

Mantak Chia

Taoist Secrets of Love


The definitive translation. "Now that you are awake, what does it matter how long you were sleeping?"

Coleman Barks

The Essential Rumi

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Focusing is a therapeutic practice that contacts the subconscious through body awareness. David Rome teaches it as a self-guided contemplative practice.

David I. Rome

Your Body Knows the Answer

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Candid thoughts from a master therapist to  a new generation of


Irvin Yalom

The Gift of Therapy


"In the beginner's mind, there are many possibilities, but in the experts mind there are few".

Shunryu Suzuki

Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind


I mistakenly avoided this book for years. My favorite guide to skillfully working with others.

Dale Carnegie

How to Win Friends & Influence People

A nerd's guide to understanding what is happening in the brain during the healing process of therapy. 

Bruce Ecker

Unlocking the Emotional Brain


John Welwood

Toward a Psychology of Awakening


Thomas E. Gaddis

Panzram:A Journal of Murder