Author: Mony Singh
Publisher: Vedic Wisdom/Variety
ISBN/UPC (if available): 1931741220
Many books attempt to teach us how to live our lives more effectively. Yet few books thoroughly explain why we encounter outer obstacles and inner conflict. In who are you, really? Mony Singh explains in detail how we develop belief system s based on the influence of others. As a result we tend to measure our success and happiness according to the views of others (including our parents, peers, teachers, the media, the government, politicians, and religious leaders).
Who Are You, Really? Shows us that our conflicts spring from attempting to take newly discovered truths and fit them into an old belief structure based on repetitions of half-truths untruths, dogmas, and illusions that have been passed down through the ages. The journey of discovery is one of personal transformation. Conflicts can be resolved by exchanging truth for the white lies we have been taught.
The book covers all phases of life one goes through from birth to death, including: thought and the mind, the power of the spoken word, love and relationships, marriage, sex, children, food, health and healing, money and politics, spirituality, the Guru or Master, death and religion as the root cause of racism.
Written in an informal manner, who are you, really? Discusses personal and social topics that society as a whole considers taboo. The author also offers techniques and exercises (given at the end of each chapter) that will help readers reprogram their minds and even question their own existence.
Who Are You, Really? Offers a cleansing for the mind, body, and consciousness. It will help readers find an abundant source of knowledge and wisdom within their consciousness. This will bring in more awareness, which is the key that opens the secret door to the mysteries of the universe.
Our Life! A While Lie
Know Thyself, The Science of Body Features
The Power of Spoken Words
Love and Relationships
Man, Woman and Marriage
Health and Healing of Your Body
Money and Politics: Our Future
The Game of Misery
Happiness to Bliss
From Religion to Spirituality
Guru or Master
Death and Beyond
Beginning-A Note from the Author