We encourage you to educate, edify and inspire yourself! Here are some books that might support this process (in random order):

“Thoughts without a thinker” – Mark Espstein
“Ordinary Magic: Everyday Life as Spiritual Path” – edited by John Welwood
“Tying Rocks to Clouds” – William Elliott
“The Artist’s Way” – Julia Cameron
“The Knight in Rusty Armor” – Robert Fisher
“The Way of Council” – Jack Zimmerman
“The Wisdom of No Escape” – Pema Chodron
“Peace is Every Step” – Thich Nhat Hanh
“New and Selected Poems” – Mary Oliver
“Yes, Your Teen is Crazy” – Michael Bradley
“The Fear Project” – Jaimal Yogis
“Way of the Peaceful Warrior” – Dan Millman
“A Brief History of Everything” – Ken Wilbur
“The Tracker” – Tom Brown, Jr.
“Beyond the Mountain” – Steve House
“Desert Solitaire” – Edward Abbey
“The Four Agreements” – Don Miguel Ruiz
“Daring Greatly” – Brene Brown
“The Road Less Traveled” – M. Scott Peck
“Black Elk Speaks” – John Neihardt
“River Flow” – David Whyte
“the Untethered Soul” – Michael Singer
“Waking up in Time” – Peter Russel
“The Power of Now” – Eckhart Tolle
“The Nature Principle” – Richard Louv
“The Hero with a Thousand Faces” – Joseph Campbell
“Awakening Spirits” – Tom Brown, Jr.
“Be Here Now” – Ram Dass
“Last Child in the Woods” – Richard Louv
“Wherever You go there You are” – Jon Kabat-Zinn
“The Teachings of Don Juan” – Carlos Castaneda

The path to our destination is not always a straight one.
We go down the wrong road, we get lost, we turn back.
Maybe it doesn't matter which road we embark on.
Maybe what matters is that we embark. – Barbara Hall