Search for books, people and lists
Read This Twice
HomePeopleBooksSonaLibrariesSign in

Kristen Ulmer

Recommended Books

Kristen Ulmer is a former professional extreme skier who retired in 2003 to study and teach about fear.
2 books on the list
Sort by
Latest Recommendations First
The Power of Now book cover
The Power of Now
A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment
Eckhart Tolle - 2004-08-19 (first published in 1997)
Goodreads Rating
Discover the path to true happiness and enlightenment with this inspiring and practical guidebook. Eckhart Tolle's message about living in the present moment is brought to life through clear writing, concrete language, and a supportive voice. Within a chapter, readers will already be experiencing greater consciousness about their thoughts and emotions. This book covers topics such as the source of Chi, enlightened relationships, and creative use of the mind, with markers for reflection and contemplation. The Power of Now is a life-changing read that has the potential to inspire and improve countless lives.
Kristen Ulmer
It was so powerful because it outlines non-dual states—a.k.a something bigger than my own personal, limited view of the world.      source
The Wisdom of the Enneagram book cover
The Wisdom of the Enneagram
The Complete Guide to Psychological and Spiritual Growth for the Nine Personality Types
Don Richard Riso - 1999-06-15
Goodreads Rating
This book introduces the Enneagram - an ancient symbol used for self-understanding based on nine distinct personality types. Two Enneagram experts provide a powerful new way to use the Enneagram for personal growth and spiritual development. The book includes questionnaires for determining your type, individual profiles, exercises for letting go of troublesome habits, and insights into the deepest motivations, fears, and desires of each type. The Wisdom of the Enneagram is a fusion of psychology and spirituality that offers a clear map to our highest self-expression.
Kristen Ulmer
I love this book so much, that I wouldn’t date or certainly hire anyone unless I knew what their enneagram type was.      source
Recommended by
Shauna Niequist