The intensely creative, richly emotional nature of Pisces is a mystical sight to behold. Your intellect is combined with a deep understanding of the world, a sensory, soulful perception.
You deserve a story that will capture your attention, draw you in and leave you grasping desperately for more. You deserve riveting tales that claw at your insides, yet instill within you a deep sense of understanding and belonging; books that will inspire your endless creativity and drive you toward greatness.
Books for Pisces
These 5 books will enchant you, enliven your spirit and illuminate your insides.
1. Wildflower by Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore started out in Hollywood as a child actor and became a legitimate A-list celebrity. She is also a Pisces through and through. In a collection of her personal essays called Wildflower, she details the stories and lessons from her unconventional life.
It′s funny, touching, and engaging; this book will delight you with its inherent whimsy and adorably edgy spirit.
2. The Language of Emotions by Karla McLaren
It can be difficult trying to understand our emotions, no matter how deeply tied to them we may be. The Language of Emotions: What Your Feelings are Trying to Tell You will help you learn to identify and utilize your emotions to work for you rather than against you.
Karla McLaren is an empath whose teachings will help you open yourself up to your emotions and benefit from them.
3. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
For a fascinating read, pick up The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. This story follows Santiago, a shepherd from Andalusia who finds himself on a spiritual journey that changes him forever. Truly inspiring, this book has the potential to move you as well as teach you.
Admired universally, this book is already considered a classic and contains worldly wisdom that is sure to grip you from the inside out, allowing you to access each emotion that is beautifully conveyed within its magical pages.
4. The Red Book by Carl Jung
Carl Jung is one of the most well-known psychiatrists to date. He created analytical psychology, which we now refer to as Jungian psychology. Published in 2009, The Red Book features Jung′s apparent downward spiral into what some consider madness. Written between 1914 and 1930, Jung′s theories and principles are developed and showcased in this influential book.
5. Running with Scissors by Augusten Burroughs
Running with Scissors is a moving and unique memoir that paints a rich picture of growing up in a less-than-conventional household. This is the story of an unorthodox childhood with no rules or regulations, delusional mothers, and psychiatrists that resemble Old St. Nick. A riveting story, this is best paired with red wine and chocolate on a starry night.
These incredible stories will grab hold of your guts, gripping you in their depths and releasing you to the majestic worlds they create. These tales will engage your mind and imagination. Some of them are even written by Pisceans such as yourself!
Reading encourages Pisces to indulge their creative and dreamy side, so pick one up and tap into that infinite well of creativity and inspiration within.
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