This book will take you on a journey to discover the joys of living a life of fulfilment.
* Get a special pleasure out of doing everything well;
* Understand there’s a whole lot more to this living thing than meets the eye;
* Believe there exists an unseen hand to hide the secrets of leading a fulfilled life from all but those willing to actively search for it;
* Occasionally feel frustrated by the lack of stimulating reasons and desperately search for something unique;
* Desire to lead a wholesome, fulfilled life undaunted by traditional rules and regulations.
Integrate the self is a gold mine of tips, strategies, guidelines and support created to assist you in living the fulfilled life that is truthfully yours, but that has been stolen from you by those who wish to keep you from being happy.
The first step to achieving a fulfilled life is to understand that all lives are governed by law - nature. These laws never change, no matter how much things around us seem to change. To live in harmony with these laws produces clarity of thought, vibrant relationships, abundant joy, and. To violate them produces strife and stress. These laws are in operation, whether you are aware of them or not. Much the same as the law of gravity continues working whether you understand it or not.
Through ignorance of the Laws of Nature, much unnecessary unhappiness occurs. Understanding and applying these laws lifts your life out of the ordinary and places it on a higher pedestal. It remains a mystery why most people choose the crumbs instead of the banquet. Perhaps it’s because of ignorance.
This book combines strategies that cover the essential pillars of a fulfilled life. If any of these pillars are unbalanced, you are likely living a life of mediocrity - gathering crumbs instead of feasting at the banquet table.
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Born and brought up in Mumbai, Nitin Orayan graduated from RA Podar College of Commerce and Economics in 1983. He then obtained a diploma in Advertising and Marketing from Xavier’s College of Mass Communications in 1985. Thereafter, he worked for some years in Advertising.
From his early days in school, the author has been drawn to philosophical thought and Self-searching. In his search for Truth, he studied many philosophies, especially Indian Vedanta and Far Eastern treatises like the I Ching, Lao Tzu’s Taoism and commentaries of Zen scholars like Dr Alan Watts and Prof DT Suzuki.