My Personal Reads

My personal reads

During my years of interviewing inspiring authors, world renowned scientists and spiritual teachers, I have gained so much knowledge and experience. Not just by speaking with them, but especially by reading their works, preparing the interviews and finally creating the articles by making transcripts from the conversations. In the end, it has definitely become part of my soul. Please find below, the books that I can recommend you to read (and sometimes to study).


Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself - Joe Dispenza | Dirk Terpstra
Becoming Supernatural - Joe Dispenza | Dirk Terpstra
The Honeymoon Effect - Bruce Lipton | Dirk Terpstra
Kryon - Lee Carroll | Dirk Terpstra
Resilience from the Heart - Gregg Braden | Dirk Terpstra


The Power of Intention - Wayne Dyer | Dirk Terpstra
Top 5 Regrets of the Dying - Bronnie Ware | Dirk Terpstra
Letting Go - David R. Hawkins | Dirk Terpstra
What if this is Heaven - Anita Moorjani | Dirk Terpstra


The Power of Now - Eckhart Tolle | Dirk Terpstra

The Four Agreements - don Miguel Ruiz | Dirk Terpstra

The Seat of the Soul - Gary Zukav | Dirk Terpstra


Dying to be Me - Anita Moorjani | Dirk Terpstra

Proof of Heaven - Dr. Eben Alexander | Dirk Terpstra

The Afterlife of Billy Fingers | Dirk Terpstra


12 hours ago

Dirk Terpstra
If you’ve lived through a traumatic event, it’s natural to think that as time passes, you’ll get over it and move on with your life. But that doesn’t always happen. Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur right after a terrible event, or they can emerge weeks, months, or even years after a traumatic incident. PTSD can also be chronic after years of abuse or growing up in an unpredictable and stressful home, such as with an alcoholic or drug-abusing parent. Persistent early childhood trauma can set kids up for PTSD later in life.Because PTSD symptoms may not emerge immediately, you may not connect your distressing symptoms with the trauma you experienced.1. Memory IssuesPTSD can impact your memories in a number of ways. You might experience recurrent upsetting thoughts or dreams of a past traumatic event. Flashbacks can pop up at any time—even when you’re in a familiar place—and make you feel like you’re experiencing the trauma all over again. You may find that you’re unable to stop thinking about the event, and distressing thoughts loop incessantly in your head. In other cases, you may have lapses in your memory regarding certain aspects of a traumatic event.2. Increased AnxietyIt’s common for people with PTSD to feel constant anxiety or to experience panic attacks. You may be easily startled or feel like you’re always on guard, expecting something bad to happen at any moment. Some people with PTSD say they feel “jumpy” or “jittery.”3. AvoidanceIf you purposely steer clear of anything—people, places, or things—that reminds you of the traumatic event, it could be a sign of PTSD. You may avoid talking about the event and refuse to share your feelings about what happened.Source: Dr. Daniel Amen ... See MoreSee Less
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18 hours ago

Dirk Terpstra
If your humanity is dead, you need a lot of morality. If your humanity is alive and overflowing, you will naturally do the best for yourself, and everyone around you. ~ Sadhguru ... See MoreSee Less
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19 hours ago

Dirk Terpstra
Tomorrow during Coherence Hotspot Hearts Unify global Zoom call. You can join us for free. Register at ... See MoreSee Less
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1 day ago

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Don’t forget to open your eyes again. 😂 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

Dirk Terpstra
✨ The wise one does not try to control life and is not controlled by life. His heart is full and serene knowing that life takes care of life. ✨ ~ Mooji ... See MoreSee Less
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Secret to Life

I believe that the secret to life lies in hitting the brakes, really slowing down and learning to understand ourselves better. You can only be at peace and feel fulfilled, when you are honest with yourself and start closing the gap between who you appear to be and who you really are. You will then discover that you are beautiful.

– Dirk Terpstra



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