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August 17, 2013


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As Sri Sri Ravi Shankar from Art of Living says, "What you resist will persist".

This is an amazing book. I found it quite by accident and was taken by the title. At the time I was so fed up of hearing the positive thinking mantra - in fact I still am. What a breath of fresh air.

As a result I no longer have the time of day for such watchful self-analysis, procrastination and woolly thinking - and am all the happier for it.

Also, after reading, it clarified how I was feeling about Sant Mat (Beas), Satsang and spirituality in general. Which was unexpected, but insightful.

what is there,it is just there..

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