The list author says: "This set of books are actionable. They talk about specific actions you can take to raise your level of enlightenment, to flourish during your lifetime and to reach greater health. They each, in their author's distinctive style build on and support the others."
"This is a new edition that continues my exploration of how the daily use of muscle testing can raise your level of enlightenment and improve the health of your mind and body. There is a focus on raising your level of immunity to toxicity that will provide a sure foundation for the other improvements you want to make to yourself."
"This book provides a concise exploration of the many ways that a person's past lives and influence current behavior. Most importantly, author Barbara Stone explains direct methods for reducing or removing negative holdovers."
"This is Katie's fundamental book on how to do The Work. While her focus is on relieving stressful thoughts, her approach provides a strong foundation to flourishing and spiritual advancement. Her's is a vital tool for dealing with everyday life events as well as with questions of love, life and death."
"Michael Newton has begun a reconstruction of the nature of life between lives based on many client hypnotic regressions. The structure he provides dramatically shifts how you hold your current life. This book provides a strong background for Barbara Stone's suggestions."
"Jed McKenna gives an entertaining look at both the difficulty and unlikelihood of advancing toward enlightenment. He also describes his own approach, called spiritual autolysis, that has some similarities to Byron Katie's The Work. This book, together with his 'Spiritual Warfare' and 'Spiritually Incorrect Enlightenment' develop a well rounded description of his process."
"David Hawkins is one of our greatest current mystics. He has a strong background in medicine, psychology, physics, philosophy, and spirituality. I believe that his several books will stand the test of time as the seminal philosophical contributions of this age. While this is not a 'how to' book, it lays out the philosophical basis of current human life."