11 Best Books About Energy Update 05/2022

Books About Energy

Energy healing can come in many different forms, such as acupuncture, Reiki, and tapping on the body. Often, people come to these modalities because they want to get rid of stress or trauma, or because they’re stuck in their bodies and minds.

We know a lot about how energy healing works, but there are still a lot of questions we don’t know the answer to yet. They use scientific findings, personal stories, and anecdotal evidence from doctors, researchers, and spiritual leaders who have spent their lives studying things that aren’t visible.

Energy Medicine by Jill Blakeway, DACM, LAc

Energy Medicine by Jill Blakeway, DACM, LAc

It was while Jill Blakeway worked as an acupuncturist that she began to look into the possibility that her clients felt an invisible force as she worked on their bodies. Having a background in traditional Chinese medicine, Blakeway became interested in bioscience and quantum physics. This interest led him to study electromagnetic energy, bioscience, and quantum physics even more. The stories in her book are very interesting, and she combines science and spirituality to try to understand the things that aren’t clear, like why some things happen. To learn more about Blakeway, see our Q&A with her and listen to her on The goop Podcast episode “Demystifying Energy Medicine.”

Anatomy of the Spirit by Caroline Myss

She is an intuitive healer who wrote a book about the body’s energy centers and its inner spirit that was based on fifteen years of research into energy medicine. And even though it was written in 1996, it’s still a great book for anyone who wants to heal both their emotions and their bodies through spirituality. If you want to, you can also listen to Myss on the podcast that GP did with her, too.

The Energy Cure by William Bengston, PhD

There is a lot of evidence that hands-on healing can help people. Scientist William Bengston’s research on mice is one of them. This method, which he talks about in his book, was tried out in an experiment with mice that had been bred to have cancer. When he did his research, he found that not only did these mice live longer, but they were also cured and made immune to cancer when they were given the drug again.

Burning Bright by Kelsey J. Patel

First, Kelsey Patel wrote a book about how to deal with burnout. She’s both an intuitive and a Reiki master. Doing simple but powerful practices on your own can help you get back into alignment. Patel shows you how to do this. It comes out in April, so you can preorder now. In the meantime, check out our interview with Patel on how to learn Reiki for the first time.

The Clarity Cleanse by Habib Sadeghi, DO

The Clarity Cleanse by Habib Sadeghi, DO

People have learned a lot from Habib Sadeghi. For both spiritual and physical well-being, he thinks it’s important to take care of your emotions. In this twelve-step guide, he shows us how to get rid of emotional waste and how to heal our bodies.

The Transformation by James Gordon, MD

It’s James Gordon’s job to help people think about trauma in a different way and help their bodies recover from damage caused by it. He’s the founder and director of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, DC, where he does this. His book explains what happens physically and mentally, and it shows us how he came up with his evidence-based plan for healing the whole population. When Gordon told us about his soft-belly breathing tool and came on the podcast, we also wrote about it and put him on the show!

Wheels of Life by Anodea Judith, PhD

Even though it might be hard to understand how energy works, learning about the chakra system is a good place to start. Each of the seven power sources is looked at in this classic guide. It also shows how they all work together to affect the mind, body, and spirit.

Cured by Jeffrey Rediger, MD

For a long time now, we’ve been very interested in medical miracles and the things that we can do to help ourselves get better. Harvard Medical School professor Jeffrey Rediger is interested in how some people can “spontaneously” recover from incurable illnesses. He has spent more than fifteen years researching and developing scientific tools that can help us and the medical field better understand what’s going on.

Becoming Supernatural by Joe Dispenza

Becoming Supernatural by Joe Dispenza

Joe Dispenza is known for helping people change in ways that are both mysterious and miraculous. His book walks readers through the energetic process of healing, which helps people change. Change your mind-set, he thinks, can open up infinite possibilities for living more fully. He also thinks that we have the power to heal ourselves. In the episode “How to Become Your Future Self,” Disenza talks about how to become your future self. This is a good way to learn more about him.

The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind: Creating Currents Of Electricity And Hope

In The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, the true story of author William Kamkwamba’s journey to bring electricity to his village is told. Though it doesn’t talk much about how to use clean energy, it’s still worth reading! As you read the book, you’ll find out how one boy learned about the power of clean energy and how it changed his whole village. People who couldn’t afford (or didn’t have) traditional electricity could get power from a windmill and other sources that didn’t use electricity.

Renewable: The World-changing Power Of Alternative Energy

Using fossil fuels is bad for the environment and becoming less and less common. This is why we need to stop using them. In this book, author Jeremy Shere talks about the five types of clean energy that have the best chance of being used in the future and how they can be used now. That’s not all, though. He goes a step further by going into the history of each type of clean energy to help readers better understand how they’ve changed over time.

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