I Have Read
frogandlotus

With Winning In Mind, Lanny Bassham

The combination and balancing of the three circles of conscious mind, subconscious, and Self Image is the formula for a winning mindset in competition. The author’s system is called The Mental Management ® System.

Read More »
I Have Read
frogandlotus

Getting Things Done, David Allen

David Allen is an incredibly spiritual man and I was inspired by his search for a “mind like water”. I had the honor of shaking his hand at a seminar and got an autograph on my copy of the book!

Read More »
I Have Read
frogandlotus

The Three Pillars of Zen, Philip Kapleau

Recommended by Michael Singer in The Surrender Experiment, this is a handy how to for developing a meditation practice. It is also a chronicle of individuals who have experienced glimpses of enlightenment through meditation. It almost reads like a reality show where the participants compete to find enlightenment.

Read More »
I Have Read
frogandlotus

Mind Beyond Brain, David E. Presti

This was a follow up to his book, Foundational Concepts in Neuroscience. This book picks up where the last one left off and goes deep into the reaches of consciousness. More commentary coming soon…..

Read More »
I Have Read
frogandlotus

Level Up Your Life, Steve Kamb

While Level Up Your Life was a motivating read filled with throwbacks to so many of my favorite childhood heroes and superheroes, the thing I will remember most is the concept of collecting underpants.

Read More »
I Have Read
frogandlotus

The One Year Bible, New Living Translation

At one point in my spiritual searching, I decided I would attempt to read the Bible, cover to cover, all the way through. This edition made that very simple. This version of The Book is broken down into 365 excerpts that when read daily can be completed in one year. Its a commitment but worth the Journey. More commentary coming soon…

Read More »
I Have Read
frogandlotus

Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand

This book has been an extremely important part of my journey. This post represents not only Atlas Shrugged, but all of Ayn Rand’s other works

Read More »
Books
frogandlotus

Siddhartha, by Hermann Hesse

Required reading from an introductory course on Buddhism that I took in college. I come back to this book often. It is a story of enlightenment. Commentary coming soon…

Read More »