Everyone believes that the future is Utopia. Nothing goes wrong, peace is maintained and World War -III never happens. I can tell you first hand, that is false. Forget everything you ever knew about the future because it’s never going to happen. The air is toxic and one whiff can kill you. We have nutrient injecting boxes that we use a substitute for food since a meal is too expensive. Forget water since you’ll not find a drop of it. The earth is a barren waste land where only the largest cities have stepped up to survive. Under the protection of the Dome we hide from them, they who have lost humanity. All this made to be by one mistake, only one. But we have learned an important lesson: It is never too late to fix a mistake. This is my story of how it came to be, my story of how it’s going to change. This is my path, A Path to Change Yesterday.
Amazing things are happening on earth! In just 150 years science has reached a breathtaking level, making discoveries and inventions that had eluded the human mind for centuries. And now man seems to be on the verge of unveiling the mystery of God.
In his revolutionary book Miracles Happen, Brian Weiss M.D., the New York Times bestselling author of Many Lives, Many Masters, examines the physical, emotional, and spiritual healing that is possible when you freely accept and embrace the reality of reincarnation. Trained as a traditional psychotherapist, Dr. Weiss began to explore how reincarnation and past life regression can lead us to our higher selves after a startling encounter with a patient. Now a leading proponent of past-life therapy, Dr. Weiss shows us that, indeed, Miracles Happen, with seemingly incredible but true stories that demonstrate how, by getting in touch with and understanding our past lives, we can dramatically improve the present.
In the journey of a soul through different births, sex and the swami shows the effects of karma in the fall and rise of a mans consciousness, determining his journey toward the final outcome of becoming a free soul. This novel has been written in this age and time with the intention of reiterating the essence of Hindu philosophy on the truth and reality of life. Even though the work is purely fiction, it has been strongly influenced by the ancient scriptures of Hinduism. The novel talks about the eternal battle of the flesh and the soul and how in this age of the Kali Yuga man may find a purpose to his existence.
This book is a complete study of practical hypnotism. It seeks to explain the science of hypnotism in a simple, straightforward and unambiguous language. The book makes an integral study of the acclaimed ideas and theories of the East. The western thinkers have heavily drawn upon the valuable contemplations of the Indian seers of yore. Having achieved a fine blending of the two strains of scholarship, the book has become a very reliable guide for all types of readership.Dr Shrimali is a widely acknowledged author and his expertise in these fields is beyond any doubt. The readers can immensely benefit from his wide experiences and deep insights. This study is not just academic, but it is equally relevant to all interested sections. The book is enriched with rare discussion of the Indian sadhans and siddhis. In many ways, it brings out the metaphysical findings of ancient Indian seers, and mendicants with firm authority. The study motivates scholars, young and old, to delve deeper into this science for greater accomplishments in life.
There is a dark corner in every beautiful task & beautiful corner in every dark task. Most of the time society invites the crime & some people accept that invitation. This book is based on four exceptionally talented thieves. Their unbelievable robbery tricks will blow your mind. An unintentional incident of one night made their life miserable. What happen that night? Will they survive?
A Rasika s Journey through Hindustani Music is the author s journey trying to understand and appreciate the abstract, expansive, fluid and wide-ranging contours of North Indian classical music. Like any other lover of Indian classical music from South India, Rajeev Nair grew up listening to Karnatic music. Over the years, his listening preferences veered in the direction of Hindustani music. This book is a result of his changed listening preferences.
Schools on Trial is an all-in attack on the American way of education and a hopeful blueprint for change by one of the most passionate and certainly youngest writers on this subject. Are America’s schools little more than cinder-block gulags that spawn vicious cliques and bullying, negate creativity and true learning, and squelch curiosity in their inmates, um, students? Nikhil Goyal—a journalist and activist all of twenty years old, whom The Washington Post has dubbed a “future education secretary” and Forbes has named to its 30 Under 30 list—definitely thinks so. In this book he both offers a scathing indictment of our teach-to-the-test-while-killing-the-spirit educational assembly line and maps out a path for all of our schools to harness children’s natural aptitude for learning by creating an atmosphere conducive to freedom and creativity. He prescribes an inspiring educational future that is thoroughly democratic and experiential, and one that utilizes the entire community as a classroom.