The Essence of all Philosophies and Yogas
What are the laws of Karma?
Why are we born the way we are?
Is God a person or just a force?
What really determines ‘right’ and ‘wrong’?
What is the purpose of life?
Is there life after death?
Do we really have free will?
And many more such questions have continued to haunt humanity for ages.
Your search ends here !!
This book provides accurate, authentic, time tested and unbiased answers to all these questions.
Welcome to this exciting spiritual journey and prepare for a total life transformation.
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I was very impressed by the high-quality writing and research and understanding that went into this book……. It really makes you think, and see in in a different light. It is probably recommended for older teens and up, and I could totally see this being used in a high school or college classroom. – Essie Harmon
Even though I am not a Hindu I do have some friends/acquaintances who are, ….. The author is talented at explaining his ideas/viewpoints and the writing was very good. The editing is perfect and I think anyone who wants to learn more about The Gita, or just being inspired to expand their level of awareness of life, spirituality and a better connection to God should definitely read this book. – Darla Ortiz
I will start by saying this is an amazing book that I liked much more than I was expecting to! I have read several books on theology and various interpretations of religious/spiritual texts, and more often than not I get the sense that most are just recycling old information. Well, for me this book it seems like I read a lot of great ideas presented in a new way, even though based off the classic text of “The Bhagavad Gita”. – Steph Coleman