There is this law in the Game of Life that’s called Transurfing reality.
This is the secret of Life, and the most powerful tool any Being can use to achieve anything they want.
First, you have to know that one of the best kept secret is that you are a god, not ex-nihilo, but made in the image of the Highest Consciousness. You’re It. You are the totality of the creation. There are no boundaries between you and the rest the creation. You are the tree that you see. You are the rain, you are the water.
When you die, you die with the whole creation.
This not some woo-woo thingy. Sounds like it. Sounds like another quick feel-good remedy.
But it is not. I sell you no product. There are no newsletters after this page. There is no sign-up, no subscription, no ebook, no forms.
I received freely, so I can give freely.
I recommend that you read the following 150 books before you jump in the judgement train.
Start by this one:
Reality Transurfing 1: The Space of Variations by Vadim Zeland.
Knowledge is the most powerful weapon available to crush down the wall of the ego. Jordan B. Peterson once said that the well-developed individual is the antidote to tyranny, and he's right.
There is a war going on: A war for your money, for your mind, for your time and for your soul.
But fear not! The image of the Truth is discoverable through books. But just like the horizon or your own reflection in the mirror, you cannot physically grab it: It is beyond our human mind. You can see it – you can see the arrows pointing to it.
The greatest lie of Humanity is not the American dream and the 40-hours workweek for 50 years or the school system, although those are all very, deeply wrong. The greatest lie of the century is that "true is not discoverable, you cannot know for sure."
This is a lie.
Sure, you could spend 30 years reading 4000 books...on the wrong topics. This is a curated, cut-to-the-chase, straight-to-consciousness-awakening, reading list. It will lead to a spiritual revolution, a revolution of the mind, the born again that Jesus was talking about, the nirvana of Buddha, a kundalini moment, or something –something great.
Those books will lead you to a better comprehension of how the universe works. There are no excuses in 2018 for not knowing about quantum physics. Get to know the fabric of the universe, how about that, that’s a good start. Get to know the lost world, the one before something catastrophic happened at the end of the younger dryas period. Get to the know the mystery life. Get to know the psychology of the women, the men, the kids, the elders. Get to know about the animal kingdom and inter-species communication.
Ever heard about remote-viewing and astral projection? Maybe now is the time to get to know those things.
I recommend reading them in this precise order, with this reading method: Take seven books. Start the seven of them at the same time. Read the first one until you loose focus, which is generally when you have to re-read a sentence you just read. So maybe 2-3 pages. Then jump to the next book. Repeat the cycle until you have enough. You can read a book a day for hundred days straight in this way.
The reading method that the schooling taught you, the one that you have to take one book, read from A to Z, then jump to the next one is absurd. No one has that type of attention span. For dumb people, the 99%, me included, we got to take break. So I recommend the method mentioned above and intersperse with push-ups, once in a while.
Die Wise: A manifesto for Sanity and Soul – Stephen Jenkinson. This is one of the best book that I have ever read. You need to read it meow.
Come of Age: The Case for Elderhood in a time of trouble – Stephen Jenkinson. To be read also. Game changing book.
The Ascent of Humanity – Charles Eisenstein (This book has to be the start of your quest for truth. This is the one that lays a solid foundation of the understanding of the world). This is my most given book for a reason.
Magicians of the Gods – Graham Hancock (An absolute must. This book will challenge your view of what you thought about the history of human kind. Read it before or after The Ascent of Humanity).
Dark Emu, Black Seeds : Agriculture or accident ? – Bruce Pascoe (A must read also. Come hand in hand with the writing of Graham Hancock)
The Egypt Code – Robert Bauval (Robert Bauval is a hero. If you want to learn more about the pyramids and the mystery around it, this is your book)
Collapse – Jared Diamond (This is a fascinating read and an absolute must. It has to be read AFTER the book above for a better ability to judge Jared Diamond writings. I do not agree with him with everything.)
1491 – Charles C.Mann (You just have to read that. It is a very mainstream historical view of the world, you do not have to agree, you have to read)
1493 – Charles C.Mann (Same here. Just have to read)
The World Until Yesterday – Jared Diamond (More history of the world. An essential book.)
Fingerprints of the Gods – Graham Hancock (This book will make you super existed about life and history. It is after 1491, 1493, and Jared Diamond's books for a reason)
Lost Knowledge of the Ancients – Edited by Glenn Kreisberg (Good night bed reading!)
The Laughing Jesus (Religious Lies and Gnostic Wisdom) –Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy (I cannot believe that not more people have read this book! I wish someone would have made me read this book when I was a teen.)
The Shock Doctrine – Naomi Klein (Yes, yes, yes. Naomi does it again with this shocking book. It will wake you up on The Power That Be.)
Sex at Dawn – Christopher Ryan (You do not have to agree with this book. You have to read it. It is essential for every human being into the dating scene and into relationships with the other sex, or same sex, to read this book. Eye openers.)
The Story of B – Daniel Quinn (This book made me cry for many reasons. How come nobody ever told me about this book when I was younger is truly shocking)
A Language Older Than Words – Derrick Jensen (This is my all-time favourite book. 100% of the people that I know that read it cried. This book was life altering for me. If there is one book you have to read in this list, make this one it)
Extraordinary Knowing – Elizabeth Lloy Mayer (Such a fascinating read. Closed-mind won't be able to read this one, so that's awesome)
The Book: On The Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are – Alan Watts. (Alan Watts. Say no more.)
The Biology Of Transcendence – Joseph Chilton Pearce (This book will change your life. You just have to read it)
The Worm At The Core (On the role of death in life) – Sheldom Solomon, Jeff Greenberg) (This is a BRICK! This book is about an interesting study that was made in the 70s on how the fear of death is actually the source of all problems)
Nature and the Human Soul – Bill Plotkin (YES! This book gets it. There is not much else to say other than you absolutely have to read this one)
Iron John– Robert Bly (Every men, every women have to read this book to get a better understanding of the psychology of men. Yeah, women should read this book to understand their men. Mom needs to read this book to understand their boy child.)
Quantum Evolution – Johnjoe McFadden (This book will make you smarter than everybody else in the room. I read this one twice, and I still grasp only 10% of this one)
Wild Mind – Bill Plotkin (Human psychology at its finest.)
Ishmael –Daniel Quinn (If you don't read this book, your lost)
Breakfast at the Victory (The Mysticism of ordinary experience) – James P.Carse (My second favourite book in this list. No one know about this book. I'll marry the first woman that I meet that read this book. Anybody that read it, for real, is ahead of its time. With A Language Older Than Words, this book is simply...magical. There is no way to describe it. There is nothing crazy about it. I do not understand why this book cast such a spell on me. Maybe you know, maybe you email me after you read this one. One an island, and if I can only bring one book with me, this might be it)
Finite and Infinite Games (A Vision of Life as Play and Possibility) – James P.Carse (This one is popular for a reason. Your life is a game, and if you don't get it yet, read this book. I read this book multiplied time, and every time I got something out of it.)
Future Primitive Revisited – John Zerzan (I highlight so much part of this book. This book is unknown, sadly, and it is a gem)
Sacred Economics – Charles Eisenstein (This is the book that started my life change at 24 years old. Sacred Economics is a game changer for you all that feel that there is something wrong with the world. Charles is a genius, and he composed proses that will leave you shock, naked in front of your true Self, with a feeling of anger, sadness, and peacefulness. This book is the work of a genius. Also, the book is free on his website. That's how awesome Charles is! Look, I would personally buy you a copy if you truly wants to read it). Most people cannot finish it because it is too shocking of a book.)
Extinction Dialogs (How to Live With Death In Mind) – Guy Mc.Pherson (Reality shock. Are you sick of the hopium of the people? Yes, hope-ium. Hopium. There is no happy ending to the predicament of climate change, and this guy gets it.)
Boiling Point – Ross Gelbspan (another nail in the coffin of our predicament of catastrophic global warming.)
Under a Green Sky – Peter D.Ward (Here's what might happens by 2050.)
The Sixth Extinction –Elizabeth Kolbert (Here's what is happening right now)
Six Degrees – Mark Lynas (Here's what will happen in 2020, 2030, 2040 and after our extinction around 2050 or once we cannot grow food anymore and the mass of people run out of drinkable water)
The World Without Us – Alan Weisman (Here's a view of what would happen of aliens would make human being vanish in a click of a moment. Also this is what could happen once humanity has gone down to path of oblivion)
The Geography of Nowhere – James Howard Kunster (This book is so good and lay the path for Sacred Economics and Neil Postmann's books)
The Long Emergency – James Howard Kunstler (Yes, the date was wrong, but who knows what could happen if we ever run out of petrol. Who the hell knows. It is a must read, just so you know)
Endgame of Civilization – Derrick Jensen (Ah, Derrick, how I love this guy. If you are an anarchist or a doomer, this book's for you. You'll masturbate freely throughout this one)
The Wild Edge of Sorrow – Francis Weller (If you feel sad about the fact that we engineered a perfect storm with climate change, well, cry no more, for Francis offers you a shoulder to cry on. This book helped me to go through a depression I had from the state of the world. This book is sacred. It is in the top-ten must read.)
Man’s Search For Meaning – Viktor E.Frank (Nothing to had really, this book is extremely popular for a reason. Available in all the languages probably)
The Millionaire Fastlane – MC Demarco (Yes, we are doomed, but no, we don't know for sure. This book is not a how-to-get-rich one, no worries. This book will make you want to become an entrepreneur.
Blue Truth (A Spiritual Guide to Life & Death and Love & Sex) – David Deida (I wonder why so few people read this book! C'mon, who does not want to make love better to his partner!? Well, people like to stay dumb. But not you. You want to be the best partner for your husband/wife. Read it
Radical Honesty – Brad Blanton (No more bullshit! Straight truth telling! This book is so good. Read it)
The Wisdom of Insecurity – Alan Watts. (READ THIS ONE, that's what I'd wrote on a billboard in every big cities.)
A Guide to the Good Life – William B.Irvine (AND THIS ONE TOO, if there would be enough space on the board. C'mon now guys. A Guide To The Good Life. Why the hell haven't you read this one before, that's beyond me. I open it every months, cause this one is awesome.)
On The Shortness of Life – Seneca (This book is gem. And short. You want to read it often, highlight some pages, tear them off and put them on your fridge. This is a dose of sanity into this insane world)
The Untethered Soul (The Journey Beyond Yourself) – Michael A.Singer (A must! You don't have to believe in anything to read this book! This book will make you dance)
The Art of Communicating – Thich That Hath (Thich That Hath. Say no mo)
The More Beautiful World That Our Heart Knows Is Possible – Charles Eisenstein (My #3 favourite all-time book. Yes, you have to read this book after the two others from Charles (which is The Ascent of Humanity and Sacred Economics)
We Will Be Free – Graeme Bell (It will make you laugh, after quite a serie of heavy books. It is the story of a South-African family of four that goes overlanding with a Land Rover Defender in South-America. A short, fun read, and yes, you want to buy one for your brother in law)
Always Running (La Vida Loca: Gang Days in L.A) – Luis Rodriguez (For your own personal culture, you have to read this book.)
Kon Tiki – Thor Heyerdahl (and this one too! If you liked Graham Hancock, boom this one is the logical follow-up reading)
Tao Te Ching. (Nothing to be added. I assume that all my readers read this one. If you do not, you have to get a copy, like, yesterday
Two Years Before the Mast – Richard Henry Dana (You can read this one before or after Kon Tiki)
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy – Douglas Adam (Douglas is the best author of all the universes. The best thing is that he is probably...probably right. This is probably the story of our history.)
The Subtle Art of the Giving a Fuck – Mark Manson (This book is a summary of what James P. Carse, Alan Watts, Joseph Chilton Pearce, Thomas Berry and many others. If you don't have much time in your life to read, pick this one to start.)
1984 – George Orwell (any version is fine!)
Spiritual Initiation and the Breakthrough of Consciousness by Joseph Chilton Pearce (this is a gem of a book. It will make you shift your perspective about what we don't about the human mind)
Unscripted by MJ Demarco (Classic reading, highly recommended. This is not a how-to-get-rich book or a self-help book. It's different than the crap out there. Believe me. You will regret not having bought this book before)
The Four-Hour Body -Tim Ferriss (My only regret was not having bought this book before! It is fantastic. Every single people on Earth should read this book once a year.)
Words that work – Frank Luntz (Useful for writers!)
Tools of Titans – Tim Ferriss
The Gulag Archipelago – Aleksandr Solzhenistyn (This book will open your eyes on the human hearts condition)
The Religious Case Against Belief - James P. Carse
A Long Way Gone - Ishmael Beah
Shake Hands With The Devil – Roméo Dallaire. (If you liked the Gularg Archipelago, well, this is on the same level. It really shows what men are able to do to others. )
Speak like Churchill, Stand like Lincoln – James C. Humes (Pretty self-explanatory)
Become a Supple Leopard – Kelly Starret (This should be given to every person that hits the gym once a week at least. It's about muscle recovery, how to push correctly and how to push to get the 110%. If you run, jog, press or move [so every human being, really] should have this book. It is THE reference book for those who like to GET AFTER IT].
Endurance – Alfred Lansing (I was genuinely surprised by the book. If you are a prepper, a survivalist or a fan of survival story, this is the book to get. You won't believe what they had to go through. What the human body can go through is truly extraordinary).
Synchronicity – Carl Jung (This book will probably blow your mind. If you don't believe in synchronicity, that's okay, synchronicity believes in you)
The Freedom Paradox – Clive Hamilton (Every single person have to read this book. So deep. I had trouble finishing it, it is truly deep. A category on its own, à la Johnjoe Mcfadden)
Mind Games – Michael Powell (The amount of info you get for $4 is ridiculous. Very good book to learn ways to hack your brain and your health!)
Brave New World – Aldous Huxley (A classic. Read it. You'll get something out of it)
Slaughterhouse – Gail A. Eisnitz (Such an interesting book. It is quite graphic. Also, you might become a vegan after that. It is worth a read even if you like meat and won't change your position, just so you get a better understanding of the whole vegan movement thingy)
The End of Education – Neil Postman (An absolute must, should be read before any kid goes to college.)
Amusing Ourselves to Death – Neil Postman (Neil would die knowing what we have in 2018: Facebook, instagram, twitter, internet everywhere. Everything he says in the book is still applicable for the present.)
The End of Days – Zecharia Sitchin (I do not agree with Sitchin on everything. But if you are a fan of Graham Hancock, you HAVE to read this book. It is fascinating. DO NOT dismiss Sitchin because you hear that he's crazy: The guy was on something.
Soulcraft – Bill Plotkins (This book made me scream YES YES YES YES. Yes. Finally someone that gets it. If you are into spirituality, adulthood (so most of you), this book is for you)
Life on the Edge – Johnjoe McFadden
Stalking The Wild Pendulum - ITZHAK BENTOV (yes, this book will twist your mind. Read it AFTER Life on The Edge)
A Last Chance to See – Douglas Adam (This book is one of the reason why I am traveling the world. We are the last generation to be able to see it still "pristine".
The Field – Lynne McTaggart
How Not To Die – Michael Greger
DMT – The Spirit Molecule – Rick Strassman (The one book that the government does not want you to read. It will shock you, and probably throw you down the rabbit hole. Go read The Field and Life On The Edge and you'll be a new person.)
The 48 Laws of Power - Robert Greene
Journey Out of Body – Robert Monroe (Also a book that The Power That Be does not want you to read. Fascinating stories.)
Far Journeys – Robert Monroe (You have to take this one as fiction...or is it? Absolutely crazy to read)
Technopoly –Neil Postman (Well, if you are a fan of Derrick Jensen and Charles Eiseinstein, and you will have read their works, read this one.)
The Last Lecture – Randy Pausch (I did not want to read this book. Sadly for me, I should have read it before. I got a few things away. It is well worth your $10)
The History of the Peloponnesian War – Thucydides (You just have to read this book and not ask question about why you should.)
Discipline equals Freedom Field Manual – Jocko Willink
Extreme Ownership – Jocko Willink
A People's History of The United States – Howard Zinn
Mating In Captivity – Esther Perel
Dancing In The Streets – Barbara Ehrenreich (You absolutely want to read this book. There is no arguing.)
Eating Animals– Jonathan Safran Foer
The Enlightened Sex Manual – David Deia
About Faces – Colonel David Hackworth
The Great Work – Thomas Berry
Endgame Vol. 2 – Derrick Jensen
Genesis Chapter 1-6 – The Bible (no need for link, go in a hotel and ask for a Gedeon free bible ;)
12 Rules For Life - Jordan B. Peterson (This is #1 selling in Canada for a reason. It is very repeating of his lectures, so if you took note during his lectures, you won't need this book. I wrote a book just listening to him, so...yeah. Still good to buy it to support him financialy)
Zen And The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. - I still meet people that never read this book. That IS insanity. This book should be read about every high school kids, their parents, grand-parents, and everybody on Earth that thinks that there is something wrong with the schooling system)
The Elephant Whisperer - Lawrence Anthony (This book is a must read RIGHT AFTER you read A Langage Older Than Words by Derrick Jensen. It is about inter-species communication) It is a captivating read.
Tribe of Mentor - Tim Ferris. (It is a GREAT fascinating reference book. You can just open it everyday and get a good quote. It is recommended, just not so highly. Tool of Titans is a better book)
Kundalini: An untold story - Om Swami (Okay! We are almost done! YOU HAVE TO READ THIS ONE. One more!)
This Is It — Alan Watts. (What a beautiful way to finish this list! This Is It folks!)
Alright, here's some more. They should also be read.
I'm no Hero - Charlie Plumb
The Warrior Ethos - Steven Pressfield
The War of Art - Steven Pressfield
About Faces - David Hackworth
Cooking with home storage - Peggy Layton
927 Days of Summer - Brad Van Order
Drive Nacho Drive - Brad Van Orden
A Fistful of Love -Om Swami
A Million Thoughts - Om Swami
The Yoga of Eating - Charles Eiseinstein
The Art of Seduction - Robert Greene
Mastery - Robert Greene
The 33 strategies of War - Robert Greene
She Comes First - Ian Kernel
Arctic Dreams - Barry Lopez
Pilgrim At Tinker Creek - Annie Dillard
The Origin of Consciousness - Julian Jaynes
Draft No.4 - John McPhee
"Surely you're joking Mr. Freeman!" - Richard P. Freeman
Beyond Good and Evil - Friedrich Nietzsche
Unbeatable Mind - Mark Divine
Worlds in Collision - Immanuel Velikovsky
Fat Chance –Robert H.Lusting
The Hacking of the American Mind – Robert H. Lusting
Nourishing Broth – Sally Fallon Morell
Wild at Heart – John Eldr
Sovereignty – Ryan Michler
Primal Endurance – Mark Sisson & Brad Kearms
How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan
Trident K9 Warrios – Mike Ritland
The Healing Power of Essential Oils – Eric Zielinski
Lone Survivor – Marcus Lutrell
We We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families – Philip G.
A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide – Samantha Power
Living with the Monks – Jesse Itzler
Living with a SEAL – Jesse Itzler
Unflinching: The Making of a Canadian Sniper – Jody Mitic
Mansfield's Book of Manly Men – Stephen Mansfield
13 Hours In Benghazi
Ethics – Aristotle
Anatomy of an Epidemic – Robert Whitaker
Post Office – Charles Bukowski
American Sniper – Chris Kyle
Birding without Borders – Noah Strycker
Sea of Slaughter – Farley Mowat
Thoughts of a Philosophical Fighter Pilot – Jim Stockdale
The Discourse – Epictetus
Unbeatable Mind – Mark Divine
At The Play In the Fields of the Lords – Peter Matthiessen
Aztec – Gary Jenning