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  1. This might be of interest to the students of books.
  2. So what books awakened or enlightened you the most? Personally, I have been compiling the most powerful and useful book titles here in a single document. Which titles are you happy to see featured and what do you believe is missing? P.S. the link is public and the pdf is downloadable.
  3. Hi everyone. I come to you with my most ambitious list of books yet. How so you might ask? Because this is the condensed version, as short as I could manage without excluding the essential works. Description: A condensed list of thoroughly vetted critically-acclaimed books that convey essential real-world knowledge to sort out ourselves, and the world. Aim: To transfer practical, intelligent, hard-to-find real-world knowledge and lived experience of highly learned people from nearly every practical domain, from all over the globe. To educate the masses. What we think, believe, say, and do matters. To wield the real-world knowledge of our predecessors is our birthright. To figure ourselves out carries weight, and it is a responsibility that we owe to ourselves, each other, and the world. Attached: An Image previewing the sections (content headings) The full .pdf version (2.5MB; 16 pages) The full online version: Thank you for you attention. Now the floor is yours. As usual your positive and/or critical input is always welcome . (P.S. This is the z-library version Sources of Essential Knowledge by Lukares.pdf
  4. Hey everyone, I'm back with a significantly updated catalogue with new structure and some additions @okulele thanks! @happyhappy appreciate it @Vido Off the top of my head these are definitely relevant to you: 2020 - Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nestor 1993 - Path Notes of an American Ninja Master by Glenn Morris 2019 - Principles for a Stronger Body and Mind by Aaron Alexander The order of importance depends on your interests. I'm sure there's more in my list for you in addition to these 3. @UnbornTao you have good taste @Matt23 100% agree @hyruga Perhaps the now updated catalogue makes it easier to find what you're looking for. I don't have much on spirituality, faith, religion in particular which is why this section is not present, but, there are a lot of works which deal with these themes, some of which do it in-depth. You might be interested in: 1890 - The Golden Bough by James George Frazer 1894 - Intuitive Thinking As a Spiritual Path by Rudolf Steiner 1976 - The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind by Julian Jaynes 1986 - Inner Work: Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth by Robert Johnson 1993 - Food of the Gods: Tree, Plants, Drugs, and Human Evolution by Terence Mckenna 1994 - Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives by Michael Newton 1995 - The Dark Side of Christian History by Helen Ellerbe 2000 - DMT: The Spirit Molecule (A Doctor's Research) by Rick Strassman 2000 - Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control by E. Michael Jones 2006 - Transcending the Levels of Consciousness: The Stairway to Enlightenment by David Hawkins 2012 - The Reality of Extrasensory Perception: A Physicist’s Proof of Psychic Abilities by Russel Targ 2020 - Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents by Rod Dreher To name a 'few'
  5. This resource doesn’t go into much detail (except for food), but i find it to belong in this thread. All-about-Health.pptx.pdf
  6. Adding the Gift of Fear, thanks @itachi uchiha. Glad to hear it @Human Mint ?
  7. Hey everybody. I’ve joined very recently and as a first contribution I’m sharing this book list that that’s been in the works for 2 years and counting. I’ve organised it into sections, covering topics that are central (in my opinion) to self-actualisation in a world that misleads us at every turn. I list a wide variety of critical books on topics as different as Health, Accomplishment, Evolutionary Psych, Contentious History, etc.. *Full Table of Contents attached in image format* Alas, here’s my full list made available using google docs publish feature: Anything familiar? Anything you’re happy / unhappy to see featured? Anything you’re surprised to see? Any proposed additions? All is welcome. NB: I have not read all these books, more like 20%, but rest assured each has been vetted / researched at the best of my ability.