Kaya Mindlin's brand of yoga has changed my life. It isn't the standard yoga you will find in a yoga studio. Kaya walks you through how to release your body on a profoundly deep level. In a fully supported position (you'll need blocks, blankets, and something you can rest your legs on), the body can rest into gravity and release deeply held tension and emotions. For more info, visit: https://yogawithkaya.com/sry-studio/
This is the book that introduced me to idea viruses. I learned how my mind was controlled by the dominant paradigm of my childhood. He suggested taking a break from all programming to clear the mind. I did that and my whole worldview shifted.
This book is a great resource for helping you to change your limiting beliefs around money, business, and relationships. Naval Ravikant is a modern day philospher and investor. His words will help you learn how to walk your own unique path toward a happier, wealthier life.
This book blew my mind. It taught me that PTSD isn't just experienced on the battlefields but also in life. Complex PTSD is trauma informed and can start in childhood. Experiencers of CPTSD also have flashbacks and will find themselves reliving painful events or emotions. This is a must read if you know you are a victim of trauma... and aren't we all?
This book is the Bible for CODA (codependents anonymous). I didn't have any alcoholics in my family, but religion is a harmful addiction in the wrong hands. I learned that I had never had a relationship that wasn't codependent. This book changed the way I relate to others and allow them to relate to me.
Another powerful resource that helped me become aware of behavior that was so deeply embedded I didn't know it was there. If you've never known anything but control in your life, you will control others. This book will help you break the cycle and open your eyes to how we are controlled and control others. People who control tend to be codependent... and vice versa.