Recommendable books

We read a lot of books about health in general and raw foods in particular. And although we read so many books, we still go our own way, we don’t follow instructions from anybody but from our bodies. But of course it can be very helpful to read about the experiences of others, not only in regard to raw food, but also concerning healthy living habits and the occupation with spirituality and the Self. And so we would like to recommend some books that we find very helpful for the raw food and spiritual journey.

 

books 1

Dr. Douglas Graham – The 80/10/10 Diet

This book details the benefits of a low fat raw vegan diet and explains very conclusively why this diet is the only adequate diet for humans. Dr. Graham is a longterm raw foodist and athlete.

Robert Morse – The Detox Miracle Sourcebook

A very inspiring book about the thorough detoxification and regeneration of the body with raw foods and herbs.

 

books 2

Helmut Wandmaker – Willst du gesund sein? Vergiss den Kochtopf!

The definite book on raw foods in the German-speaking area. Based on the principles of the Natural Hygiene Movement.

As far as we know this book is unfortunately not translated to English.

 

books 3

Franz Konz – Der große Gesundheits-Konz

In this profoundly researched tome, Franz Konz explains in a provocative but conclusive manner the major advantages of a raw food lifestyle as the only “cure” for “diseases”. He emphasizes the importance of wild greens for health and longevity.

We’re afraid this book isn’t available in English either.

 

books 4

Arnold Ehret’s Mucusless Diet Healing System

In this book the basics of the Natural Hygiene system are explained and the mucolytic ability of raw foods is pointed out.

 

books 5

Edmond Bordeau Szekely – The Essene Gospel Of Peace, Book 1

The widely unknown teachings of Jesus about a healthy lifestyle, which comprises amongst others fasting and a raw vegan diet.

 

books 6

T. Colin Campbell – The China Study

Jonathan Safran Foer – Eating Animals

The shocking truth about factory farming and meat and dairy production. And the debunked myth about the “healthy” animal proteins. Highly recommendable!

 

books 7

Swami Sri Yukteswar – The Holy Science

The only yogi we heard of so far, who emphasizes the raw vegan diet as the natural food for humans.

Paramhansa Yogananda – Autobiography Of A Yogi

A magic book! Supremely inspiring and written in very beautiful English.

Paramhansa Yogananda – God Talks With Arjuna

An elaborate commentary on the Bhagavad Gita.

 

books 8

Sri Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabuphada – Bhagavad Gita

A theistic interpretation of the Gita.

 

books 9

Armin Risi – Gott und die Götter

Armin Risi – Unsichtbare Welten

The Swiss author Armin Risi lived as a monk in a Hare Krishna temple for 18 years, before he left the monastery to bring the message out to the world. In his books he explains the Vedic texts profoundly and intelligibly and discusses major topics such as the political, economical and religious grievances in today’s world. Highly recommendable for everybody who is seeking the highest truth.

One book is also translated to English (TranscEnding The Global Power Game).

 

books 10

Thomas R. Quackenbush – Relearning To See

Leo Angert – Improve Your Eyesight Naturally: See Results Quickly

Aldous Huxley – The Art Of Seeing

Books about improving the eyesight naturally. Very helpful and comprehensibly explained.

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2 thoughts on “Recommendable books

    • You’re welcome!
      If you primarily want to learn some eye-exercises I would recommend you the book from Leo Angert for starters.The book “Relearning to See” by Thomas Quackenbush is quite a tome, it is very profound and comprises detailed anatomy and physiology of the eyes and explains the “Bates-method” at great length. So if you want to immerse yourself deeper into the topic, that would be the right book for you. 🙂

      All the best,
      Clara

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