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Freedom From Thought
     

Freedom From Thought

by Ashok Gollerkeri
 
Freedom from Thought
by Ashok Gollerkeri

Life may not be a bed of roses, but a lot depends on how you deal with it--as someone has said, You cannot choose your life, but you can choose to adjust with it.

In tune with this thinking this book brings you 50 spiritual essays which focus on joys and sorrows, triumphs and tragedies, spontaneity and

Overview

Freedom from Thought
by Ashok Gollerkeri

Life may not be a bed of roses, but a lot depends on how you deal with it--as someone has said, You cannot choose your life, but you can choose to adjust with it.

In tune with this thinking this book brings you 50 spiritual essays which focus on joys and sorrows, triumphs and tragedies, spontaneity and complexities of human life.

It also focuses on the universal nature of the challenges of human life, transcending all man-made barriers.

The author examines the eternal thirst for lasting peace and joy, and the nature of the journey for self-discovery.

A single reading of the book will transform your life. You will start realising how fortunate you are to have the gift of life and possess all that you do, rather than hankering after what you don t have!

Some Glimpses:

• Detaching from Outcome

-Detachment arises as a natural and appropriate consequence to a clear and complete understanding of one fact :some things are in our control while some are not.

• The Power of Love

-Love can never originate from narrow separate self-identity.Yet the narrow self-identity finds end in love.Love is an ocean and a graveyard of many egoes.

• Learning to die

-We have to learn to die to our own beliefs,the limiting notions that shackle us.We shall have to learn to die to our memories,the recollection of experiences that threaten and bind us...In learning how to die,we shall discover timeless peace,contentment and joy.

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940012151247
Publisher:
Apps Publisher
Publication date:
01/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
835 KB

Meet the Author

Ashok Gollerkeri, born on 2nd January 1965, is a Bangalore (India)-based author. After doing graduation in 1985, he chose to become a marine radio officer and later joined ONGC Ltd.

Ashok`s first book of 35 essays was published by Truborn Publishing, London, in June 2003. His essays have also been published in American literary magazines, Thought and The Storyteller.

His essays are being translated and published in German and Portuguese languages too.

His works are also currently under translation into Turkish and French languages. Ashok`s monthly essays through his online group reach readers in over 40 countries of the world.

'Ashok Gollerkeri offers universal truths that underlie the success and happiness most people seek in this world. Each essay offers one piece of the map leading to those truths. He gives his readers both hope and practical insight that lead to breakthroughs in thought. Ashok shares concepts that can change your relationship with yourself others.'

Dr. Roberta Shaler, Ph.D,
(Expert motivator, author and radio host in the USA)

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