Spirituality in Practice – Now available in Kindle version, soft paper back as well as hard cover versions

Our new book is now available in all three versions at: https://www.amazon.com/Spirituality-Practice-Exploration-collaboration-cohesiveness-ebook/dp/B0BT6WRZ27/

This book contains a collection of 76 short essays (each 2 to 8 pages long). Each essay can be read one at a time for the reader to gain something useful to reflect upon.

This book will be a great gift to anyone – for college graduation, birthdays, wedding gift, house warming gift or special occasions like Valentine’s Day, Mother’s day, Father’s Day, Christmas gift, ….

This book could also be a nice addition to the coffee table, fostering meaningful conversations with visitors to every home.

This book contains many sketches and illustrations that make it easy to discuss Philosophy, Spirituality and what is life, etc. in simple language with any one, especially with children and youngsters in the family, among friends, students in a class room, or adults with pressing emotional and social concerns.

        Life is not an aimless journey but full of potentials enriched by the soul within and the universe at large. We are alone if we choose to be, but we are also seamlessly part of everything since that is the way it is. True knowledge is not feeling isolated as individuals. True knowledge is to see us as part of the eternal and ever-present universe. The goal is to feel good through self-compassion but also work towards peace and harmony of all, limitlessly. 

        We are subjective when we see ourselves as a droplet of water. We become objective when we see ourselves as part of the whole, a larger body of water. We become increasingly objective when we are under self-control (in our physical perceptions), with non-attachment (in our emotions), and liberated in our thoughts from all that bind and isolate us as “I” or individuals (like drops of water). 

       We gain true knowledge when we realize that all that is cognitive and all their enablers (laws of nature) are like two sides of a coin, like the waves on the surface and the deep ocean below coexisting, inseparable, and enabling the other.

To keep the discussion simple and easy to follow, the book is written as a collection of essays. Each essay could be read as an individual item or as part of a stream, depending on the reader’s time, motivation, and personal needs of the moment. However you choose to read, we hope you gain some nugget of value each time, that uplifts your spirits and a positive outlook on life.

Finally, a word of thanks to all the readers, especially those from the younger generation. You are the reason for whom this book is written. Even if a few among you learn to look at life in its larger context, an integral part of the universe at large, rather than being shackled by the limitations and constraints as isolated individuals or belonging to a small family, narrow social, religious, or political groups, my gratitude to you for that transformation and the joy it will bring forth for all around you. 

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1 Response to Spirituality in Practice – Now available in Kindle version, soft paper back as well as hard cover versions

  1. Nagesh says:

    Dear Subbu,
    As a matter of fact I am nobody to write any comment that is worth. However, I am compelled by inner urge to share my feelings while your book. Actually I do not have Kindle but from your preface and from previous writeup, it is indeed simple to follow you. It is similar to reading Dan brown suspense. I mean it is gripping and would to go through every word , understanding, assimilating and thoroughly enjoying your book. Thanks a million for sharing. I am indeed honoured to send my comments.
    With best regards,


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