Get happy tip: Get happy books

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A while back, a reader asked me to suggest a few good books on the subjects I write about and since she just asked so nicely, and since nearly every single day,  books change my life, I thought I’d post an answer for her—and all y’all—here.

So: here are a few of my favorite books about getting happy (really—I cannot recommend any of them highly enough):

The Science of Happiness by Stefan Klein

The How of Happiness by Sonja Lyubomirsky

The Compass of Pleasure by David J. Linden

Happiness: The Science Behind Your Smile by Daniel Nettle

Happiness: Unlocking the Mysteries of Psychological Wealth by Ed Diener and Robert Biswas-Diener

Despite my recommendations, though, the truth is that the best books are the ones you’re personally looking for.

So: my get happy tip for the day: decide what you want to learn a lot more about—what knowledge you’d like to have that would make you happier, whether trivial or profound—then go to the library and get a stack of books on that subject and start reading until you’re an expert on it.

It’s challenging and so fulfilling.

Oh – then come back and tell me what you learned. I’d love to hear about it!


More mystical reading choices:

150 Law of Attraction Success Stories

My 40 All-Time Favorite Books for Mystics

Free Mysticism Ebook Offers

How do you love God, when there’s no face to God?

Is God really in everything? Even poopy diapers?

Is everything really just a projection of ourselves? Even the mean stuff people do? (Part One)



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