The question of ‘what happens after death’ is what Shakuntala Hawoldar explores in this breathtaking piece of work. The author invites you to experience and live another mystical and spiritual dimension, and to submerge yourself in the deep and revealing story of ‘Nachiketas’.
Shakuntala Hawoldar has undertaken the terrifying and yet liberating task of confronting her own death for the benefit of us all. Death is a ‘kind of growth’, she says in her book ‘Nachiketas’. ‘Growth means intelligence and intelligence means the Light of Consciousness’. This is when the author grabs our attention. Growth, Maturity and Intelligence all finally mean love and compassion for the other, whoever it may be, because ‘the other’ is also part of our mutual consciousness and growth.
These are eternal messages in this book which tell us unequivocally that ‘YOU’ are true and immortal. The journey of life is clearly one from lower animality to a higher and greater spirituality. This involves a humanness which consists of Wisdom, Strength and Kindness which Silos speaks of.
Silo, an Argentinian mystic, reminds us that if we don’t live by this magic triangle of goodness, we would only be mere pariahs and outcasts in the world of humans, struggling and striving for a better life.
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