इंडियन आवाज़     17 Dec 2018 07:37:44      انڈین آواز

Book Review: The path towards True happiness

S N Verma

The Path towards True Happiness

The Path towards True Happiness, is a simple book on spirituality and self-development. The book can help a reader ‘how to stay healthy and enjoy a fulfilling life’. The book covers a variety of topics like stress, prayer, meditation, yoga exercises, relaxation, sleep, food and how to contact god. A reader can get important tips on stress management, inner purification, fitness, yoga exercises, important Mantras and how to channelise mental energy productively. The book has 27 chapters for self-development. By Practicing the concepts(and action points at the end of every chapter) a reader can contact God. Then, it will be easy to perceive bliss.

This is an excellent book to a beginner and to the veteran. By practicing the concepts given one can enjoy a successful life. It will not be difficult to achieve prosperity (money-wise) and harmony in life. The concepts are simple and easy to practice.A sincere seeker can achieve success by devoting free time. A quick glace through the Book reveals that the concepts are based on practice.

Author of this book is Mr S C SIVAJI RAO, a retired Central Government officer and this book is
Published by Notion Press.

The book is available from Notion flipcart and Variety Book Depot connaught place middle circle New Delhi110001

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