Published: New York : Harmony Books, c2012 Edition: 1st ed Description: xii, 204 p. ; 21 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9780307719171, 0307719170, Language: English
In this book the author demonstrates how to navigate life challenges in four common areas including relationships, success, health, and personal growth, providing compassionate recommendations for achieving balance and handling conflicts. Life is full of challenges, both big and small. Spirituality is here to offer solutions. Over the course of his career as physician, teacher, the author has received thousands of questions from people facing every kind of challenge. They have asked how to lead more fulfilling lives, how to overcome relationship problems and personal obstacles. What is the best way to deal with a passive-aggressive friend? Can a stagnant career be jump-started? In a world full of distractions and stress, how does one find time for meditation? Hidden among all of these questions are answers waiting to be uncovered. This book shows you how to expand your awareness, which is the key to the confusion and conflict we all face. "The secret is that the level of the problem is never the level of the solution," he writes. By rising to the level of the solution in your own awareness, you can transform obstacles into opportunities. He leads the reader to what he calls "the true self," where peace, clarity, and wisdom serve as guides in times of crisis. His view is that spirituality is primarily about consciousness, not about religious dogma or relying on the conventional notion of God. "There is no greater power for success and personal growth than your own awareness." With practical insight, this book provides the tools and strategies to enable you to meet life's challenges from within and to experience a sense of genuine fulfillment and purpose
A personal note -- What is a spiritual solution? -- Life's greatest challenges. Relationships -- Health and well-being -- Success -- Personal growth -- Dear Deepak : one to one -- Creating your own solutions
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