Reading List

Service Provision firmly believe that every day is an opportunity to educate yourself. Opinions aren’t truths, so challenge yourself and your existing beliefs by reading something new. The only thing that Service Provision knows is how little we know.

Natives – Akala

Akala is an award winning musician and author, who has ardently addressed conscious, thoughtful topics in his work. Over the last five years he has become a popular political panelist, lecturer and cultural commentator, presenting and commenting on a range of topics...

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A New Earth – Eckhart Tolle

I genuinely can't remember how I came across this book or Eckhart Tolle, but considering he is Oprah's go to self-help guru it is safe to say that he is firmly lodged in the mainstream consciousness and popular culture. This is a book which I didn't devour in one go,...

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Food of the Gods – Terence McKenna

Food of the Gods is a book about the search for and exploration of, human consciousness. It is a book that aims to place humans in a natural context and attempts to understand our origins as the most complex and dominant species on planet earth. A polarising work...

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The Descent of Man – Grayson Perry

Unlike some of the simpler, more binary efforts at evaluating masculinity and the male psyche, Grayson Perry unpicks a range of problems with the gender role that most boys have dictated to them during childhood and how woefully it can serve them as adults. With...

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Resilient – Rick Hanson

Reflecting on my own personal development, the one thing that I feel I especially lacked in my teens and twenties was resilience. One set back would trigger me to throw in the towel, or end up reaffirming some negative self belief that I wasn't valued or worthy. This...

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Poverty Safari – Darren McGarvey

I read this book earlier this year in the summer. It couldn't have been more timely in relation to conversations that I was having with friends and the realisations that I was coming to around personal responsibility supported by systemic change. Darren McGarvey has...

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The Path – Michael Puett & Christine Gross-Loh

The Path is a book that fundamentally altered the way I was trying to address my emotional wellbeing and transformational education. It was my first introduction to the teachings of Laozi, Confucius & Zhuangzi et al, and I was more than a little surprised that the...

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