Best Books on Spirituality

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I wanted to share this quick and to the point article on the books that I consider to be the best of the best in terms of spirituality.

The first thing I want to say is that the best books I have read in terms of spiritual development was probably The Great White Brotherhood Book’s and probably the books on Buddhism. To be honest, I don’t think its necessary for you to read all these books, but the ones from The Great White Brotherhood are probably the best books and they all free on their website

Please also note that all books from the Great White Brotherhood are free online as well the one I heavily recommend and the one that has existed for thousands of years is the Tao Te Ching and this is the one I most recommend and you can buy a physical copy or you can get free translaations for the text online.

But please don’t feel the need to spend even a single penny on any spiritual books because spirituality should not come at any financial cost to you.

Tao Te Ching

Perhaps the best book on spirituality I have grown from and is in a league of its own, its said that this book says the most in the least amount of words.


Buddhism Plain and Simple – Good book I have read on helping me to understand Buddhism and the four noble truths

Unhindered: A Mindful Path Through the Five Hindrances – Very good book on overcoming the five hindrances

The Great White Brotherhood

The Stairway to Freedom – Best book on starting your spiritual development

The Path of Mankind - The Journey from Created to Creator

Auras - Interpretation and Comprehension

The Dawns of Life - An Exploration into the Origins and Development of Existence

Aliens - The Strange Truth

DNA - Beyond the Physical

Personalities - An Exploration into the Origins and Development of Existence Read 2020The Illusion of Life - Lessons on Esoteric Existence

Special Edition Book from the Great White Brotherhood - White Feather - Stories & Accounts of The Blackfoot People


The Alchemist – Decent book, few good bits such as “I’m like everyone else-I see the world in terms of what I would like to see happen, not what actually does”.

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment – Already knew about the importance of the present moment, but an ok read.A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose – Can’t remember too much of this.

Siddhartha – Decent read.

The Bhagavad Gita – Few good points on meditation.

Upanishads – Great quote on “those who realize that all life is one. Are at thome everywhere and see themselves in all beings”.

The Celestine Prophecy – Decent book, more of a story.

Autobiography of a Yogi – Didn’t really like this book too much, I thought it wasn’t my type of book to be honest and was hard to relate to, but the story about Babaji was very cool.