The book, “Thus Verily Happened” By Author Galla Meher Vineeth- Book Review

Writing a fictional book consists of a lot of effort including the most key factors such as imaginary characters and events and these novels do not describe real people or deal with facts which are real and they usually contain a false scenario. Similarly the book, “Thus Verily Happened” by the author Galla Meher Vineeth, basically revolves around factors like time and death.

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Book “Good Morning Friend” By Author Jayesh Vashi-Book Review

This book, Good Morning Friend by Author Jayesh Vashi is a collection of ‘113 Short Notes,’ which is written with a plain & simple aim to make the readers of this book smile. Through this book, the Author has commented on various issues of different categories and has presented his views upon them for the readers. In this book, the readers will find several short notes one after another. Well these thoughts by the Author may serve the readers with a pleasing experience, since the Author’s aim is to make everybody smile with his writing!

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“Deliver Successful Projects Using 13 Secrets” By The Author Mohit Jain-Book Review

In this book “Deliver Successful Projects Using 13 Secrets” by the author Mohit Jain, is written to explore the different fields of management of such projects with flexibility and it shares top thirteen secrets for the readers to gain a meaningful knowledge from reading such a book, leading to a fruitful career or business.

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“Evolving Self” By Moheni Govinda Nehette- Book Review

“At some or the other stage in our live, we all need some kind of counselling, motivation, encouragement or support in order to discover our undiscovered potentials. Thus it is through these life transformation guides that our lives becomes smooth and healthy!”

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Dr Glenville Ashby’s “Finding Mother: Lessons in Spirituality – East and West”

Dr Glenville Ashby’s Finding Mother: Lessons in Spirituality – East and West, is a refreshing work that delves into topical issues surrounding spirituality. Reincarnation, fire ceremonies, death meditation, sex, and spiritual healing, are just few of the intriguing subjects discussed. Moreover, Dr. Ashby explores the Goddess concept in eastern and western religious traditions and offers a series of exercises toward self-awareness. Using his background as an analytical therapist, the author examines the role of the subconscious and psychopathologies in our spiritual journey, and views the womb as representative of the Goddess to which we all connected on a psychic level. The Goddess or the Universal Mother, according to the author, is the sin qua non for spiritual development.

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