Suzy Miller 

As I reflect, each book on this list helped me to recognize aspects of Self that I had not recognized before. The messages in them were invaluable because of the awareness and transformation they evoked. I’m a firm believer that our life journey always offers us what we need, and I love it when a book literally jumps off the shelf to meet that need!


SUZY MILLER is a visionary speaker, author, telepathic communicator, multidimensional seer, and embodiment facilitator.  She is the founder of the groundbreaking Awesomism Practitioner Process, The Journey Back to Love Series, and Avatar Energetics. A former Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist, with a Masters Degree in Education, Suzy pioneered a shift in the perception of autism from an individual “disorder” to a collective revolution in human consciousness and has been playing in the field of leading edge consciousness ever since.


My 10 Best

(In no order of suggested reading or importance)

The Presence Process
by Michael Brown


This is by far the book I have recommended the most. As a matter of fact, it has been required reading for courses I have taught over the years. In The Presence Process, Michael Brown offers a method of transformation that not only works, but also helps to reveal the truth of who you are along the way. He demonstrates how all “dis-ease,” be it physical, mental, emotional or spiritual, is based on the way we imprinted information during the first seven years of our lives. This book helped reveal parts of me that I did not even know were hidden. It also moved me from speculation to the realization that every trigger in life is a great gift to our wholeness, especially when we know how to integrate the information it brings to the surface.

Autobiography of a Yogi
by Paramahansa Yogananda


This classic spoke to me on so many levels. However, it was Yogananda’s absolute devotion to his own path and destiny that opened my heart. I was, and still am, amazed by those who introduce completely new levels of awareness to those who have no idea what is being offered!

The presence of Yogananda is total. You can see it in his eyes on the cover of the book. I typically keep this book propped up on the shelf so I can catch glimpses of his eyes while I am working! It’s worth having just for that!

I Heard God Laughing by Daniel Ladinsky


This is a book of poetry by the Sufi poet, Hafiz. I received this from the daughter of a man that I had just helped transition. Each poem in this book invites the reader into an intimate look at our relationship to life. It touched a deep place in my soul, and invited me to not take myself so seriously while simultaneously revealing how awe-inspiring life actually is.

Falling into Grace by Adyashanti


What can I say about this book that the title does not already express? Adyashanti eloquently reminds the reader that the habitual pattern of believing our thoughts keeps us from that which is real and true. The shifts in perception that he offers throughout this book open up a space for Grace to infuse your life, no matter what you are going through.


We, the Arcturians by Dr. Norma J. Milanovich


When I read this for the first time, I remember being deeply struck by the chapter about how children are raised in Arcturian societies. It spoke to my heart and my soul to read about their unwavering devotion and care for their children. Arcturians consciously choose to put children in the care of the most evolved among them so that they grow in consciousness, love, and wisdom. According to this book, their main focus is on supporting the evolution of the whole.

Rumi: the Book of Love by Coleman Barks


Ok, I’m a hopeless romantic, and I believe in a depth of love that can touch the soul and thus stir our creations into being. I have many books by Rumi. I count him as one of the all-time greatest lovers of life. His poetry is a constant reminder that life is here to be lived, and that the beloved is always dancing right beside us. I love this reminder when times feel dark, and I equally love it when it is time to celebrate. Coleman Barks expresses Rumi in a way that is timeless. His interpretation reminds us that we are too.

Dancing in the Shadow of the Moon by Michelle Small Wright 


Michelle Small Wright is her own person; there is no doubt about that! This is a woman who was having multidimensional experiences and communications long before people were talking about them openly, and thus she was perceived as “out there.” In this book, she describes a “split molecular process” where she exists in one reality by day, and upon falling asleep, awakens to another existence, fully conscious of both. This book explained experiences that I have had, and also created a deep compassion for those who pave new pathways in human consciousness through their experiences. Penny Kelly is another author who clearly communicates the reality of living multidimensionally. Check her out too!

A Stroke of Insight
by Jill Bolte Taylor, Ph.D 


This book came along at just the right moment, in the midst of writing my own book about my experiences with children on the autism spectrum. It might seem odd that autism and strokes would have anything in common, but in her book, neuroscientist Jill Bolte Taylor explains “living between worlds” as a result of having a left hemisphere stroke. Her description of how she perceived the world as her left hemisphere was shutting down reflected what thousands of children on the spectrum have shared with me about their experience of the world. This read is a perception-shifter and invites us to see beyond the limitations of ourselves and others, and also to recognize that consciousness always IS.

Power VS Force by David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.


“Power appeals to what uplifts, dignifies and ennobles. Force must always be justified.” What constitutes true power? This has been an ongoing internal question for as long as I can remember. Witnessing the misuse of masculine power through the diminishing of feminine power, in particular, started this internal question. Reading Power VS Force gave me a very concrete awareness of the direct correlation between consciousness and true power. It helped create an understanding of the actions that go with certain attitudes. Chapter nine gives a great list of the attitudes we can use to empower ourselves and others.

The Sanctity of Human Blood by Dr. Tim O’Shea


After hearing directly from many children that the characteristics of autism were triggered by vaccines, I started researching everything I could. This was at a time when autism occurred in 1 in 10,000 children and people were not inclined to go against their doctor’s orders. This book was the first I came across that clearly laid out the toxins in vaccines, and explained their impact. Reading it hit me so deeply that I immediately stopped vaccinating my children and would no longer accept speech pathology clients who chose to vaccinate theirs. This book has had several additions, and is now titled Vaccination is not Immunization. There is a lot of new information out there about this topic, but this hit home just when I needed it most!