5 Highly Recommended Books to Keep You Sane, Happy, and Alive

Health is wealth, as everyone knows, but its true meaning came into existence when COVID hit the world. However, two and a half decades ago, health was always thought to be physical health. But no one talked about mental health. It was taboo to talk about Depression, Schizophrenia, and Parkinson’s disease. It was there earlier, but a very few cases were registered, and visiting a psychiatrist, NO WAY!

But nowadays with awareness, at least people visit doctors, take medicine, and adopt different techniques such as meditation, yoga, Reiki, etc. to treat themselves, at least they recognize they have a problem and try to come out of it.

Thanks to the media for that.

Going forward, today I have five book recommendations that will help you remain sane, grow, and be happy. But before you browse into the list Remember these book not only cover mental illness’ but other stuff as well.

Happiness Unlimited by Sister Shivani

Imagine you are in a bad relationship, surrounded by toxic people, slogging all day, finding it difficult to pull yourself together. This leads to anxiety, loss of confidence, and blaming and cursing yourself for not being enough. Hold on, it’s not your fault; your lack of awareness is the reason this book by BK Sister Shivani will teach you how to deal with these kinds of situations. She spoke about handling yourself and relationships in a better way. Knowing your potential and yourself Looking at yourself in a different light will help you envision your life and also teach you meditation techniques to deal with it in a better way. This is a mind-boggling book and highly recommended.

Love for imperfect things by Haemin Sunim

This book will teach you about what is right and what is wrong, and more importantly, it is more important to be right than to be good. This is what I learned long ago, and my life changed magically because being a good girl doesn’t help you anymore; you have to be assertive, opinionated, and follow your dreams. And Learn to say “No” wisely. There are chapters about your existence, about family, empathy, etc., followed by beautiful quotes that will uplift you every day. There are also some very short stories where you can draw morals.

Don’t lose your mind, lose your weight by Rujuta Diwekar

A healthy body has a healthy mind. So, let’s focus on our bodies now. Rujuta Diwekar says our body has the potential to heal itself. But for that, it is important to know your body’s requirements and learn to listen to your body. She also emphasizes eating home-cooked, simple, traditional, and seasonal food and eating everything while losing weight at the same time. If you are upset about your body, If you want to lose weight or feel lethargic all the time, are fed up with fad diets, and are craving to eat your favorite dessert, please grab this book. Firstly, you will enjoy reading, and secondly, you can eat everything and still lose weight, and at the same time, you will be happy and active throughout.

Do it today, by Darius Foroux

Well, the title sounds like a Self-Help book, but hold on, guys, it is more than that. This is not only about procrastination, but much more than that, it is like the author talking to you and solving each riddle you throw at him. Unlocking all the possibilities that are available to make you a better you. This book will help you organize your thoughts, your life, your health, your amenities, your belongings, your mess, your relationships, etc. Anything under the sun that is not organized.

The power of your subconscious mind by Joseph Murphy

Yes, it is true to its name. Our mind is very powerful. Each thought Our mind creates has the power to come true. Murphy says that if we, as individuals, believe in something and visualize it clearly, we can achieve the desired results. This book teaches us how to visualize our dreams and steer them into reality. This book will teach us how to make positive affirmations about health, wealth, relationships, and also in career. It also tells us how our subconscious mind works when we are sleeping. And we can actually get our answers when you are sleeping.

Thats all for it today, these 5 books that we’ve shared as recommendations can help you maintain your sanity, grow personally, and find happiness in life. These books cover a wide range of topics, from handling challenging relationships and boosting self-confidence to understanding your body’s needs and becoming more organized. They also delve into the incredible power of your mind and how you can use it to shape your reality.

So, as you navigate the journey of life, remember that your health, both mental and physical, is your greatest wealth. These books can be your companions on this journey, guiding you towards a happier and more fulfilling life. It’s time to invest in yourself and embrace the power of knowledge and self-improvement. After all, a healthier and happier you is the ultimate treasure!

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50 thoughts on “5 Highly Recommended Books to Keep You Sane, Happy, and Alive”

  1. I want to read Dont lose your mind, lose your weight. Last year was hard for me, and I’m already in therapy and added 5-7 lbs. I think more sport will bring more joy in my life.

  2. These all sound like really great books to check out! Definitely going to look into them and try them out. Thank you for sharing these!

  3. I have never read one of these books, but these books sound really good. I’ll go and read first the Love for Imperfect Things!

  4. Do It Today sounds like my type of book. Our minds have immense power, and what we think and believe can have a significant impact on our lives. It’s fascinating to learn how we can use visualization and positive affirmations to achieve our desired outcomes. This book sounds like a great resource for anyone looking to tap into the power of their subconscious mind and manifest their dreams into reality. It’s intriguing to think that we can even get answers to our problems while we’re sleeping. Thanks for sharing your recommendations.

  5. Your recommendations are fantastic, and your descriptions of each book really helped me understand why they’re worth reading. As an avid reader, I’m always on the lookout for new titles, and your suggestions have given me some exciting options to explore.

  6. Ha, you had me at books to keep you sane!!! These all sound like interesting reads. I’ve been working on trying to make time to read more. I like the sound of The Power of Your Subconscious Mind to get me started. I’m sure that book would be really interesting!!!

  7. Marie Cris Angeles

    Thank you for all these recommendations book. I love to read books these past few weeks. And I want to read first “Love for imperfect things by Haemin Sunim”.

  8. Absolutely, mental health is as crucial as physical health, and it’s heartening to see that awareness is growing. The shift from stigmatization to open discussions about mental health issues is vital for everyone’s well-being. These recommended books can play a significant role in providing guidance and support for those looking to maintain their mental health and happiness. Kudos to the author for shedding light on this important topic!

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  10. I have not come across any of these books. I really appreciate you sharing because I am always looking for new titles to add to my reading list. Love For Imperfect Things is the one I’d like to read first as this one sounds like the book I will relate to the most!

  11. I never heard of these books or read them. It is something that I need to check out and add them to my reading list to have the opportunity to take the time and look for them, When I have the opportunity to finish my current books. Thanks for sharing.

  12. ChatGPT

    What an impressive array of books! There’s no doubt that these reads have the potential to make a profound impact on one’s life.

  13. I love reading the travel books as they inspire me to explore the world and live a more adventurous life. But your post here tells me to try reading other types of book. I’m sure they are good for me to read when traveling too.

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  15. Book reading is a great habit, but most of us dont like reading books as they spend most of their time on social media and other digital platforms.
    Thanks for sharing this great list, i will add these in my reading list.

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  17. It’s my first time hearing about these books, so thank you for the recommendations! I’ve just added “The Power of The Subconscious Mind” and “Do It Now” to my reading list 🙂

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