BOOK REVIEW: Awaken Your Soulprint by Aditya Nath

BOOK REVIEW: Awaken Your Soulprint by Aditya Nath

Skillfully written—Simple, insightful and easy-to-understand. Author Aditya Nath has captured the essence of spiritual wisdom that can enable everyday decision-making quite effectively.

We all have existential issues from time to time. We all have pondered about Life’s existential questions of How, Why, What, When, Where and Who. In this book, the author has explained that the answers or solutions to these questions lie within one’s inner self (he refers to this as the Soulprint).

The author has explicated the uniqueness of each ‘Soulprint’ and how its wisdom quotient varies from person to person. The more open you are to evolve and delve deeper into understanding your inner-self, the more clarity you will find. The book not only asks these questions but also provides a context for the reader to answer them for him/herself.

The author has simply described with intelligence and clarity—the importance of ‘soulful living’ and how it can be achieved; how to carve a spiritual path for oneself while embracing the material wealth that they have worked hard to acquire. Spirituality and enjoying the gifts of the material world need to run parallelly. One does not need to give up one for the other.  He emphasizes the importance of maintaining a balance between the inner & external world to enrich life experiences.

We live in unsure, ‘unbalanced’ times, this pandemic has pushed us to ask a lot of questions that previously were left ignored. This book comes at a time when the world is looking to heal and find the ‘balance’ within and outside. It is an easy guide that helps one find themselves in this organized chaos we call life to understand and discover true happiness.

I would recommend this to anyone with a ‘Spiritual leaning’.

(Non-fiction; Rupa Publications; ₹295)

 

You might also like

Slider

Virgin Atlantic calls for action to reduce immigration queues at London Heathrow

International visitors are waiting up to 2hours 34 minutes to get through immigration at Heathrow Virgin Atlantic CEO calls for urgent action to reduce waiting times, and offer visitors the

Technology

Chief Lu Chuan from the Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development opens Sabre TTX conference in Beijing

Chief Lu Chuan, Director of City Image and Marketing for the Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development, welcomed Sabre guests to Beijing as they arrived to participate in the Sabre

Slider

India’s is the world’s 7th largest tourism economy in terms of GDP says WTTC

India’s travel and tourism sector ranks 7th in the world in terms of its total contribution to the country’s GDP, according to a new report of the World Travel and