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For most people, the mind seems to be an unruly cacophony, attempting to grasp and shape everything which falls in its purview. In mind is your business, Sadhguru explains that only if we make it “our business” to transform this uncoordinated mess into a well – coordinated symphony, will we able to use the mind, rather than be used by it. Sadhguru is a yogi and profound mys For most people, the mind seems to be an unruly cacophony, attempting to grasp and shape everything which falls in its purview. In mind is your business, Sadhguru explains that only if we make it “our business” to transform this uncoordinated mess into a well – coordinated symphony, will we able to use the mind, rather than be used by it. Sadhguru is a yogi and profound mystic of our times. An absolute clarity of perception places him in a unique space in not only matters spiritual but in business, environmental and international affairs, and opens a new door on all that he touches.


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For most people, the mind seems to be an unruly cacophony, attempting to grasp and shape everything which falls in its purview. In mind is your business, Sadhguru explains that only if we make it “our business” to transform this uncoordinated mess into a well – coordinated symphony, will we able to use the mind, rather than be used by it. Sadhguru is a yogi and profound mys For most people, the mind seems to be an unruly cacophony, attempting to grasp and shape everything which falls in its purview. In mind is your business, Sadhguru explains that only if we make it “our business” to transform this uncoordinated mess into a well – coordinated symphony, will we able to use the mind, rather than be used by it. Sadhguru is a yogi and profound mystic of our times. An absolute clarity of perception places him in a unique space in not only matters spiritual but in business, environmental and international affairs, and opens a new door on all that he touches.

30 review for Mind is your Business

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ujjawal Sureka

    Genre: Philosophy, yoga, Self Help Publication Date: April 2015 : Quite a few insightful words by sadhguru on the philosophy of mind and how it relates to the body and the brain. : He says that mind should be liberated rather than being controlled. Also that one should not attach too much weight or importance to one's thought, that is we must accept that we do not know everything there is and we actually are quite stupid, knowing this can help us put our ego in check as well as have a broader persp Genre: Philosophy, yoga, Self Help Publication Date: April 2015 : Quite a few insightful words by sadhguru on the philosophy of mind and how it relates to the body and the brain. : He says that mind should be liberated rather than being controlled. Also that one should not attach too much weight or importance to one's thought, that is we must accept that we do not know everything there is and we actually are quite stupid, knowing this can help us put our ego in check as well as have a broader perspective on the world and the universe itself along with its unfathomable knowledge. : Sadhguru talks about a lot of aspects of mind and he does it with a subtle humour that has a good feel with it. He is addressing these issues like a he is speaking to a child which makes his perception easier to grasp and understand. : Sadhguru says - "They have told you, "Seeing is believing." Seeing is not believing - everyone sees what they want to see." : Sadhguru says - "A certain freedom has been given. You can become anything you want. This moment you can become god-like, this moment you can become brute. Both are possible within you right now."

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rinkan Rohit Jena

    This book is devided into 3 parts , and contains a lot of questions and also humorous answar to those in depth , and also in the last part there is Isha kriya on that and some info on the organization what they are doing and all .I liked the part where he told about the knee doctor and then the mahashri patanjali's definition of yoga . If you want to spend 30-40 mins and argue with your own mind then go for it and feel mind is magic or a circus and is it a ladder or well 😊😉 I loved it .

  3. 4 out of 5

    Naman

    get high on life this book entered my life at a crucial point as i dealt with substance abuse and procrastination which further pushed me into a lower self esteem and i suffered immense pain and unhappiness. Safhguru's words are humble and precise to cut through the confusion and chaos gathered in mind. though he had logic, he transpired it into experience and gave me a clear followable path to reinvent myself. recommended for sceptics and purists both, a fun read, his wit and wisdom won't let yo get high on life this book entered my life at a crucial point as i dealt with substance abuse and procrastination which further pushed me into a lower self esteem and i suffered immense pain and unhappiness. Safhguru's words are humble and precise to cut through the confusion and chaos gathered in mind. though he had logic, he transpired it into experience and gave me a clear followable path to reinvent myself. recommended for sceptics and purists both, a fun read, his wit and wisdom won't let you keep the book down. a most read for those seeking a way out of their own minds.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Prasad

    Good book. I think topic is drifted at some times in this book. But overall gave a good perspective.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Aditi Gupta

    I never liked his videos and quotes but loved the book. I might have become a Sadhguru Fan.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Yashaswi N

    I normally listen to Sadhguru's talks and expected this book to be just the documentation of what he has spoken in his videos. Ye, I was right! But the book contains all the topics related to Mind with all his talks combined and having those written in words, make it easier to analyze and understand, unlike his videos. Books have complete talks involved with your Mind, what it is, and how you can take care of your wellbeing. I liked the book. Especially the final chapter where the entire Isha Kr I normally listen to Sadhguru's talks and expected this book to be just the documentation of what he has spoken in his videos. Ye, I was right! But the book contains all the topics related to Mind with all his talks combined and having those written in words, make it easier to analyze and understand, unlike his videos. Books have complete talks involved with your Mind, what it is, and how you can take care of your wellbeing. I liked the book. Especially the final chapter where the entire Isha Kriya process is explained is good. It's a simple and quick read and good to have in shelf kind of book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sanju

    Small one but contains good philosophy. Majority of the book is the Q&A form, so not all can relate to all answers. This author Explains his thoughts plainly to avoid the danger of going over the head of the readers. This book don't explain anything in depth,but provides reasonable view on some important aspects which bothers us in the current world. Small one but contains good philosophy. Majority of the book is the Q&A form, so not all can relate to all answers. This author Explains his thoughts plainly to avoid the danger of going over the head of the readers. This book don't explain anything in depth,but provides reasonable view on some important aspects which bothers us in the current world.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Arun

    a good book to start with internal working of mind and its components

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sreehari

    This is one of the best book on reading and controlling our mind. There are lot of aspects in this book which simply amazed me like meditation and yoga with its sheer power in shaping our lifes. Even though I was sceptical about this as a self help book believe me guyz it was really good content in such a short read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bella

    Such a great book Such a great mystic. This books will make you more aware. More conscious. Listen to the words. There is such depth in all the answers given by Sadhguru

  11. 4 out of 5

    Akhil Jain

    My fav quotes (not a review): -Page 11 | "The passion with which you look at your lover or your child, with the same passion, look at the sky, the trees, the earth, or anything. If you have the same passion and involvement with every aspect of your life, the mind is not a misery." -Page 20 | "If you live within the ambit of the body, it knows only survival and procreation, nothing else. There is nothing wrong with that, it is just limited, that is all. The truth is, the physical body has to play onl My fav quotes (not a review): -Page 11 | "The passion with which you look at your lover or your child, with the same passion, look at the sky, the trees, the earth, or anything. If you have the same passion and involvement with every aspect of your life, the mind is not a misery." -Page 20 | "If you live within the ambit of the body, it knows only survival and procreation, nothing else. There is nothing wrong with that, it is just limited, that is all. The truth is, the physical body has to play only that much of a role in your life. But now you are trying to stretch it all over. You will definitely bring suffering to yourself because you are trying to create falsehood." -Page 30 | "Isn’t being alive right now more important for you than thinking? But if I trample upon your thought even a little, you are even willing to die for it. People die for their ideas. People die for their thought. People die for what they believe in. Thought has become far more important than the life process because people have not realized the immensity of what it means to be alive." -Page 31 | "Moments of extreme logic are moments of suicide, please see this. If we think hundred percent logically about life, there is really no reason to live; there is really no reason for you and me to exist here. But if you look at one beautiful moment of your life’s experience, suddenly everything is sparked up and you want to live. The logical aspect of your life and the experiential dimension of your life are diametrically opposite to each other. That is why you are struggling with it. If you look at life experientially, there is every reason to live. If you look at life logically, there is no reason to live." -Page 41 | "When a tiger is born, he does not sit and worry, “How should I become a good tiger? Which God should I worship? What university should I go to?” He has none of these problems. If he just finds enough food, he will become a good tiger. He has no fears and insecurities, “Will I really become a good tiger? What if I end up as a housecat?”" -Page 42 | "If your life was also fixed like a dog or a bird’s life, you would also have lived just eating, sleeping, reproducing, and dying one day. But now, a certain freedom has been given. You can become anything you want. This moment you can become god-like, this moment you can become a brute. Both are possible within you right now. It is this freedom which is causing all the pain and struggle for a human being. Human beings are not suffering their bondage, they are suffering their freedom, and that is the biggest tragedy."

  12. 5 out of 5

    Richa

    It's a book that talks to you about how everything is inside your mind and what you should do to make it work in your favour and I'm sure most of the self-help books talk like that, but I found this one is a little different. I have heard Sadhguru's speeches and watched some video before reading this book so I knew what I was getting into. This book has some excerpts from interviews, I guess because it has questions that have been asked by people over a period of time and then their answers are It's a book that talks to you about how everything is inside your mind and what you should do to make it work in your favour and I'm sure most of the self-help books talk like that, but I found this one is a little different. I have heard Sadhguru's speeches and watched some video before reading this book so I knew what I was getting into. This book has some excerpts from interviews, I guess because it has questions that have been asked by people over a period of time and then their answers are given by Sadhguru. My takeaway from the book was "not to identify myself with the surrounding" in order to stay away from the mess and keep my mind calm for a while. It isn't easy because you need to really think like that and given the circumstances it might feel selfish but sometimes you need to do things for yourself first, in order to help others later. I don't always agree with what he says despite the logical answers given by him because I don't think everything is just black and white as there are grey areas which need to be considered when the time comes. One needs to look at the context before taking any action; that being said, there were many things explained in the book to which I agreed without giving a second thought. Why? because it made sense. Give it a read when you feel heavy, it won't solve your problem but might help you understand yourself better. The problem will be there as it is constant at that moment but once you understand your reaction to it, it might bother you a little less. People who follow Sadhguru might be able to enjoy it even more.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bhakta Kishor

    Nagging, distracting, and often negative thoughts can plague us daily. Sometimes it can be the same thought going around and around in our heads like a broken record. Other times it can be a succession of thoughts, one triggering another like falling dominoes. Either way, when we become aware of it, we see these thoughts have no basis in our present reality and we can become annoyed at their manifestation. Thoughts can even bombard us in our dreams or when we wake up in the middle of the night. H Nagging, distracting, and often negative thoughts can plague us daily. Sometimes it can be the same thought going around and around in our heads like a broken record. Other times it can be a succession of thoughts, one triggering another like falling dominoes. Either way, when we become aware of it, we see these thoughts have no basis in our present reality and we can become annoyed at their manifestation. Thoughts can even bombard us in our dreams or when we wake up in the middle of the night. Has it ever happened to you that you woke in the middle of the night, glanced at the clock and were unable to get back to sleep due to a flood of thoughts pouring out of your head? Thoughts can run amuck when we think about our relationships, things we must do, future plans, what this or that person said, if only I had done or said something different. The possibilities are infinite. Can we ever learn to stop our thoughts? In this book, Sadhguru explains how to gain respite from endless mind chatter. ------------------------------------------------------------

  14. 5 out of 5

    Eva Kumar

    I picked up this book to read something outside my favorites genres. This turned out to be quite an interesting read as I have my own perspective towards logical understanding / reasoning, devotion & human intellect & the link between the three. At places I was able to agree with his reasoning but at others I found Sadhguru's opinions completely foreign to my understanding. But ofcourse, it gave me something to reflect upon other than the daily chaos of life. I picked up this book to read something outside my favorites genres. This turned out to be quite an interesting read as I have my own perspective towards logical understanding / reasoning, devotion & human intellect & the link between the three. At places I was able to agree with his reasoning but at others I found Sadhguru's opinions completely foreign to my understanding. But ofcourse, it gave me something to reflect upon other than the daily chaos of life.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Satya

    This book reminds me of a poem by Rabindranath Tagore: “Life of my life, I shall ever try to keep my body pure, knowing that thy living touch is upon all my limbs I shall ever try to keep all untruths out from my thoughts, knowing that thou art that truth which has kindled the light of reason in my mind. I shall ever try to drive all evils away from my heart and keep my love in flower, knowing that thou hast thy seat in the inmost shrine of my heart. And it shall be my endeavour to reveal these in m This book reminds me of a poem by Rabindranath Tagore: “Life of my life, I shall ever try to keep my body pure, knowing that thy living touch is upon all my limbs I shall ever try to keep all untruths out from my thoughts, knowing that thou art that truth which has kindled the light of reason in my mind. I shall ever try to drive all evils away from my heart and keep my love in flower, knowing that thou hast thy seat in the inmost shrine of my heart. And it shall be my endeavour to reveal these in my actions, knowing it is thy power gives me strength to act.” I always take solace in listening to Sadhguru and recourse to his teachings and experiences every now and then; having listened to Sadhguru, my life becomes extremely agitated whenever I see nonsense flushing around sharing the flawed philosophies and shibboleths. I go berserk sometimes at people, of course not on their face, when they try to play prima donna by switching their ratiocinative minds (and apply their absurd logic), because ipso facto, I know they are nonsense. In this very book, Sadhguru raconteurs how to go “out of mind”; how to cut through anything effortlessly like a knife and at the same time disidentify with everything, so we don’t carry a chip on the shoulder anymore (I used this idiom in the sense, no baggage of past is carried). Sadhguru imparts the wisdom (not sure if wisdom is transferable) that our mind need not be controlled; it needs to be liberated. Unfortunately, people with their ratiocinative minds think that it should be controlled, which is why I called these folks nonsense. Sadguru, in this book, says, moments of extreme logic are moments of suicide; if we think hundred percent logically about life, there is really no reason to live; but if you look at one beautiful moment of your life's experience, suddenly everything is sparked up and you want to live; the logical aspect of life and the experiential dimension of life are diametrically opposite each other. Furthermore, Sadhguru presents a way to distance oneself from both mind and body. To know what it is, better read the book, meanwhile, I try this kriya in the hope that it works!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Arti

    The subject is abstract and mystical and no doubt appeals to our curiosity and wonder... but it’s not easy to comprehend and for a novice it’s impossible to believe in the transformative experience of transcending the physical dimension of the body and mind... It’s not just the additional dimension of spirituality that makes one skeptical, but new ideas like existence of 21 parallel realities confuse our intellect by conflicting responses that simultaneously question the claim and excite the imag The subject is abstract and mystical and no doubt appeals to our curiosity and wonder... but it’s not easy to comprehend and for a novice it’s impossible to believe in the transformative experience of transcending the physical dimension of the body and mind... It’s not just the additional dimension of spirituality that makes one skeptical, but new ideas like existence of 21 parallel realities confuse our intellect by conflicting responses that simultaneously question the claim and excite the imagination... the idea that we can vividly create any new reality by ‘conscious hallucination’ or imagining it in our mind consciously and infusing it with life energies is simply beyond comprehension - at least at our normal intellect levels - but no doubt filled with interesting possibilities... The last section of the book describes the Isha Kriya - a simple practice that uses breathing to still the mind - and is one of the many variants that can be explored for meditation or mindfulness... the effectiveness will depend on our own journeys and its for us to give ourselves a chance to test for ourselves... to see if we can cease to be our minds and instead free ourselves from its influences, go beyond it’s limitations and learn to use the mind in any way we want - to harness its immense capabilities for our well being and maybe even glimpse the mystical - that which is beyond the minds purview - and start on a new journey of liberation...

  17. 5 out of 5

    Book_Reader

    The author of the book is a spiritual teacher. His teaching message to the world and especially to those who are seeking peace and wisdom within themselves is the separation concept. The separation concept is that one's mind and body are both separate entities. The author states that all the suffering in Human beings is because of the union of the body and the mind. It simply means to enjoy life fully, our minds has to be separated from the body, as if the body is 6 feet behind our mind. The nec The author of the book is a spiritual teacher. His teaching message to the world and especially to those who are seeking peace and wisdom within themselves is the separation concept. The separation concept is that one's mind and body are both separate entities. The author states that all the suffering in Human beings is because of the union of the body and the mind. It simply means to enjoy life fully, our minds has to be separated from the body, as if the body is 6 feet behind our mind. The necessity of the separation is because the human body can take on different identities. It can take on religious, racial, ethnic, geographic, nationalism identities, etc. For example, once you identify yourself as a Muslim, your mind unconsciously would start defending its Muslim identity against any opposing thoughts/ ideas to your religion. Then you will start suffering from these defense mechanisms as it would cause anger and rage within yourself. But lets say, you identify yourself just as a human, no matter how many opposing thoughts you are encountered with, you live peacefully. Because your mind is separate from your identity, your self wouldn't feel forced to defend it self, you live peacefully.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Prasad

    Another wonderful book by Sadguru. He has very scientific way of looking at all problems, it makes this book interesting to read. Whatever he says sounds logical to us. In this book author tried to analyze most subtle part of our body, our "mind". Many times we dont know reason behind our thoughts & lot of people get suffered due to excessive thinking or imagination in our mind. Here author explain how mind works & give some tips to liberate from it. Following are some of tips: 1. your mind need Another wonderful book by Sadguru. He has very scientific way of looking at all problems, it makes this book interesting to read. Whatever he says sounds logical to us. In this book author tried to analyze most subtle part of our body, our "mind". Many times we dont know reason behind our thoughts & lot of people get suffered due to excessive thinking or imagination in our mind. Here author explain how mind works & give some tips to liberate from it. Following are some of tips: 1. your mind need not to be controlled, it needs to be liberated. 2. If you force your mind , it becomes unstable. detachment means not identify with either body or mind. 3. Mind is an activity. 4. If you simply become piece of life , the mind will become still. At the end of book he also explain small daily meditation practice which will help in liberating the mind.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gaurav Sikarwar

    Whole life we can remain a servant of mind without realizing it. There is famous proverb mind is a wonderful servant but worst master. We never think what we are? Mind, body or soul. This book definitely will raise this question in your mind. Once we realized we are not the mind and body then we can try to control it. One thing is very new in this book regarding mind that is Sadhuguru never talked about to give so much focus on controlling mind instead he freely praises the concept of freedom or Whole life we can remain a servant of mind without realizing it. There is famous proverb mind is a wonderful servant but worst master. We never think what we are? Mind, body or soul. This book definitely will raise this question in your mind. Once we realized we are not the mind and body then we can try to control it. One thing is very new in this book regarding mind that is Sadhuguru never talked about to give so much focus on controlling mind instead he freely praises the concept of freedom or free thought. He made very simple to understand in this book what mind actually is?How it cheats and controls us. This book is worth to read but don't expect too much from it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Akansha Wasudeo

    The book is good. Short and informative read. It has few anecdotes to explain the mind concept. We have established a lot of attachment with the Physical body but the body is just the accumulation of the food we eat and the mind at present is an accumulation of all of our thought processes. One needs to live in present moment liberated from past experiences. Setting the mind free of all delusions. We all can gain an intellect which is far more superior than what we think intellect is which can b The book is good. Short and informative read. It has few anecdotes to explain the mind concept. We have established a lot of attachment with the Physical body but the body is just the accumulation of the food we eat and the mind at present is an accumulation of all of our thought processes. One needs to live in present moment liberated from past experiences. Setting the mind free of all delusions. We all can gain an intellect which is far more superior than what we think intellect is which can be obtained with meditation and yoga. One can extend the boundaries of mind and body into the dimensions unexplored. It talks about actions and not contemplation.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Suneel Madhekar

    The book is presented in a question-answer format. The questions are asked by anonymous seekers of truth, and the answers are provided by Sadhguru, of course. Though the wisdom contained in the answers might sound familiar from several of Sadhguru's talks available on the Internet, this should not discourage someone curious from going ahead and reading the book. The answers are profound, and every time you read and reflect, you are likely to find subtle new meanings... A gem of a book about the The book is presented in a question-answer format. The questions are asked by anonymous seekers of truth, and the answers are provided by Sadhguru, of course. Though the wisdom contained in the answers might sound familiar from several of Sadhguru's talks available on the Internet, this should not discourage someone curious from going ahead and reading the book. The answers are profound, and every time you read and reflect, you are likely to find subtle new meanings... A gem of a book about the human mind and its role in our lives...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amit Verma

    This is very concise, clear, crisp, practical and life changing knowledge about our mind. It tells that what we perceive is not reality and to see reality one must rise above mind. It explains in a lucid way how we may train our mind to come out of eternal conflict of our conscience. There are nice stories and examples. Main points are presented in Q and A pattern. It explains power of yoga and teaches Isha kriya for distanting yourself from mind and body and to perceive reality as it is. Certainly l This is very concise, clear, crisp, practical and life changing knowledge about our mind. It tells that what we perceive is not reality and to see reality one must rise above mind. It explains in a lucid way how we may train our mind to come out of eternal conflict of our conscience. There are nice stories and examples. Main points are presented in Q and A pattern. It explains power of yoga and teaches Isha kriya for distanting yourself from mind and body and to perceive reality as it is. Certainly lot to learn about path to eternal peace.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Vishal Ram

    It was always in my awareness that "me" is different from the body and the mind, but this book definitely gave a shift in perspective as in how you don't have to work according to the accumulation of the experiences in your life stored in your mind. It helps you look in a different way, that you need to empty out all the accumulations in your mind and make the mind work for you. Mind you, Sadhguru also thoroughly elaborates on how detaching, controlling and liberating the mind works in different It was always in my awareness that "me" is different from the body and the mind, but this book definitely gave a shift in perspective as in how you don't have to work according to the accumulation of the experiences in your life stored in your mind. It helps you look in a different way, that you need to empty out all the accumulations in your mind and make the mind work for you. Mind you, Sadhguru also thoroughly elaborates on how detaching, controlling and liberating the mind works in different ways.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Shail Y

    I started this book to get some help to stop the unwanted thoughts hovering in my mind all the time. I will not say this book helped me to do that but yes it's a good read. I did learn some interesting facts from this book. This author mostly talks about the Shambhavi Mudra and insisting indirectly to join their course. I'm sure this course will be helpful to keep the mind stable. The book shares the power of yoga and stable mind.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Harshit

    MIND IS ONLY WE GOT SINCE BIRTH IF WE KNOW HOW IT WORKS WE WILL BE MASTER NOT SLAVE superb explanation by sadhguru , it opens our eyes how we see mind and our inner self , mind cannot be controlled if we sit in our mind but if we maintain some distance from mind and sees the mind then there will be enormous pleasure of being yourself without alcohol drugs or other chemical we will be high in life without all these temporary stuff ...

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bipin Jha

    5 ✴️✴️✴️✴️✴️ As Name itself says that your mind is related to your business. Your personal growth and your development is dependent on your mind. This book clarify the difference between mind and brain and how it work. Overall for personal development and daily motivation I surely recommended this book to you. As you know already about author so please read his thoughts about yoga, Buddha and about your brain.

  27. 4 out of 5

    mahesh

    Intelligence & Life Good book for making yourself relaxed from thoughts .Thoughts are because of data stored in memory and the mind which is an CPU, processes old data to bring thoghts .All the datas are captured from our sense organs in different way.Once out of thoughts makes life beautiful makes present clear and enjoyable. Making to view and manage life and intelligence in a yogic way..... Intelligence & Life Good book for making yourself relaxed from thoughts .Thoughts are because of data stored in memory and the mind which is an CPU, processes old data to bring thoghts .All the datas are captured from our sense organs in different way.Once out of thoughts makes life beautiful makes present clear and enjoyable. Making to view and manage life and intelligence in a yogic way.....

  28. 5 out of 5

    Urvashi Sharma

    I personally feel that you can never ever get enough of Sadhguru. His teachings works like an Ayurveda, attacks directly to the root cause and in a beyond sensible way. And, that is the way I didn't want to complete a 67 pager book too soon. I took my time to grasp and absorb all the wisdom he shared. This is the best, concise book and would strongly recommend to the people who are overthinkers, who suffer from anxiety a lot, who feel that their thoughts are the biggest curse to there life.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cheena Chopra

    What a read! There are a certain books, which help you get your logics straight; they change the way you have been living. This one made me more aware of the things happening around me and how I react to them. It also helped me understand the bigger game and my stand in it. A quick read, this book will surely help you in putting things into perspective and living your life just a little better.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Aaditya Khandelwal

    Great insights on mind and it’s functionality. We get a deeper understanding on how our thoughts work. Why are we still living on past. It gives a better is insight on living on present. It’s a small book, but with great answers to your questions. Give time on understanding each line of the book, as it has a greater meaning to just a written text.

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