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Oct 30, 2018
| ISBN 9789386832757
Dec 06, 2017
| ISBN 9789386832184
Oct 30, 2018 | ISBN 9789386832757
Dec 06, 2017 | ISBN 9789386832184
‘What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.’— Plutarch
In this compact volume, Gian Kumar, a thinker by nature, has delved into the essence of spirituality, and its relationship with every aspect of human existence. When we cease to blame destiny for every mishap occurring in our lives and instead seek answers from within, we will be on the path to illumination and awareness. Gian Kumar has put this wisdom to the test innumerable times in his life. His own struggles strengthened his resolve to fight life’s battles from his inner resources rather than look outward. He shares his insights with us, offering some new revelations each time. He reiterates that spiritualism is purely based on the theory that ‘all that exists is one and not two.’ We are here to experience this oneness, with the realization that we are all interconnected and interrelated and simply cannot exist on our own.
This volume should be used as an advanced guide to help us discover the inner path of spirituality, and how to live complete, fulfilling lives.
An insightful, informative and definitive work that projects spirituality in a new light and reveals how it can transform us and bring peace and happiness all around. In this compact volume, Gian Kumar, a thinker by nature, provides a comprehensive overview of the seemingly mysterious, yet accessible, world of spirituality. Those seriously seeking to understand spirituality and its myriad aspects will find answers to questions they have been pondering over for years, such as: Is God only in the mind? Is reality the same for all of us? How do we go beyond the limitations of the body and the mind to attain a higher plane of consciousness and awareness? What is self-realization? What kind of entity is the soul? The author defines spiritual power as ‘that inner awareness and the capability to awaken our mind from the ignorance that we are not solely body and mind, but something more’. He goes to explain in detail that ‘something more’. The author contends that acquiring spiritual bliss may not be within everybody’s reach, but those who are keen and sincere can achieve this objective by delving deep into their inner selves to find out their shortcomings and how to overcome them so that they can lead complete and wholesome lives.
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