TLS #206: A peek inside my audible book collection

In today’s TLS I’m giving you a peek inside my Audible account – over the past year I’ve listened to as many books as I have read, and there are some in this bunch which are far more valuable than any written book could convey.

There is a mix of woo-woo, spiritual, and scientific — plus a dash of fiction, too. I’ll be sharing which books I recommend (and which ones I’d skip).

This episode is perfect for anyone looking to get some new rational and trans-rational audiobook recommendations.


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IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT

 

  • I’ll tell you about the audible books I have, why I like them, and who I would recommend them for.

 

SHOW NOTES

 

For a Free Audible Book, Go to audible.com/lively

Tim Ferris 

The Field –  Lynne McTaggart

PBS – Space Time

The Intention Experiment – Lynne McTaggart

TLS Quantum Mechanics

The Law of Attraction – Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks

Abraham Hicks

Abraham Hicks – YouTube

Thinking, Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman

Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself –  Joe Dispenza

TLS with Brooke Castillo

Waking Up by Sam Harris

The Divine Matrix – Gregg Braden

The Astonishing Power of Emotions – Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks

The Process – Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks

Ask and It Is Given – Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks

The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent –  Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks

The Secret of Quantum Living – Frank J. Kinslow

Experiments in Truth –  Ram Dass

Chase Reeves

What We Talk About When We Talk About God – Rob Bell

Eufeeling! –  Dr. Frank J. Kinslow

The Power of Now – Eckhart Tolle

The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent, Part II – Esther Hicks , Jerry Hicks

The Agony and the Ecstasy: A Biographical Novel of Michelangelo –  Irving Stone

Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett

 

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. John Draper

    Jess, re. Audible — do you have any spiritual memoirs that you like?

  2. AllThatGlitters

    What a fun episode! Added so many of these to my Goodreads ‘to-read’ list!
    When it comes to getting information auditorally, I’m curious about how often you listen to audiobooks verses podcasts… I used to be a huge fan of audiobooks, but I feel like in the past few years, podcasts have really exploded and there are some really high quality, informative shows that now my book-listening has gone to the wayside. Wondering if you’re the opposite! And I have to admit, most of the podcasts I listen to regularly are folks who’ve been guests on your show!
    Thanks for sharing your journey and wisdom 🙂

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