Occupational Psychologist | Author | Enthusiast| Nurturer | Rule Breaker | Coach & Trainer


Kyle Davies 

The first thing that struck me in this process is how few spiritual books I’ve actually read. The second thing that hit me was how little I remembered about some of them… It’s almost as if a book is right for where you are at a point in time.

KYLE DAVIES is a chartered occupational psychologist, therapist, coach, trainer, and author. He is the creator of Energy-Flow Coaching™, which provides a framework and process that can be applied to a health setting for eradicating symptoms of chronic fatigue, pain, anxiety, and depression, as well as in a workplace setting for improving engagement, motivation, creativity, performance, resilience, and clarity of mind.

Kyle began his career as an organisational psychologist in management consulting where he became highly skilled in executive coaching, counselling, management development, training and facilitation, research and evaluation. He then moved into healthcare and was involved with pioneering a new treatment approach for chronic fatigue and pain syndromes, anxiety, depression, and other stress-related symptoms and conditions.

Kyle is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and author of the recently published book, The Intelligent Body (WW Norton & Co). He has presented at workshops, seminars, and conferences in the UK, USA, New Zealand, Europe, China, and The Philippines and has trained and supervised coaches and therapists in the UK and overseas. http://energyflowcoaching.com

My 10 Best

(In no order of suggested reading or importance)

The Truth Vibrations
by David Icke


I was raised Christain, went to a church school in Cardiff, and sang in the church choir as a boy. While I always felt “spiritual,” I definitely felt different and didn’t resonate with many aspects of religion. While the rest of the UK was laughing at David Icke following his appearance on the Terry Wogan TV show sometime in 1991, I was intrigued. So I went out and bought his first book. I can honestly say, I can’t really remember much about the content, but I do remember a feeling of, “sh*@, this bloke’s really onto something.” This probably marked the start of my “spiritual” journey or awakening in a more conscious way.

Love Without End
by Glenda Green


In the early 2000s, I started working with David Mickel. Up to that point, my spiritual curiosity had been something that I’d largely kept to myself. When David and I met, it became clear that we were both on a spiritual journey that we could discuss together. This is another book that I barely remember reading, but I know that it was significantly impactful at the time. It was also the first book that had an influence on my work, and was probably the start of the realisation that my work and my spiritual journey were intimately connected.

The Web of Life
by Fritjov Capra


I could have picked from a number of Capra books that I read in the late 1990s. I was always interested in the connections between science and spirituality, and Capra was one of the authors I was drawn to who helped create a framework for me at that time.

The Holographic Universe
by Michael Talbot


Like the Capra book, I was drawn to The Holographic Universe because of my desire to understand the nature of reality and those basic questions of who we really are and what underpins the nature of experience.

Spiritual Psychology
by Steve Rother


There are several of Steve Rother’s book’s that I could list here, but Spiritual Psychology played the dual role of influencing and impacting both my work and my personal journey. Steve Rother played a significant role in my development, and it was a real honor to be invited to present at several of his events.


The Path of Empowerment
by Barbara Marciniack


For my first introduction to the work of the Pleiadians, I always felt very connected to what I encountered. When I read this book, I had the spooky sense that everything I was reading I was already teaching in my work. This was possibly the start of that experience

Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration by Penny Peirce


This was another book that resonated completely with my work. As with each book in my list, the timing of reading this was perfect to support with the evolutions in my work.

The Sophia Code
by Kaia Ra


This is a book that I listened to while going through divorce. Containing a number of encoded activations, it’s almost difficult to articulate the book’s impact on one’s spiritual path.

Memoirs of a Master
by Adamas St Germain through
Geoffrey and Linda Hoppe


The work of Geoff and Linda at Crimson Circle has been the most influential to me over the last 4-5 years. Moving towards realization and mastery are the critical pieces on the journey for me. This book offers a delightful support to those on that journey to realization.


What’s In The Way Is The Way
by Mary O’Malley


This is another book that aligned perfectly with my work and how it has developed in the last few years. My work has increasingly looked to take clients on a journey of understanding where the nature of their experience originates and how it flows. This book follows a similar theme and offers a beautiful insight into understanding ourselves and our experience.