Category :- Self- help
REVIEW :- I bought this book from amazon. The book is quite inspiring .
Each & every word,chapter is beautifully written.
The self is a dynamics of body,mind and spirit.The body and mind are divisible and variable,whereas the Spirit is indivisible and invariable.
The book provides a manual for global achievers who want to make a qualitative difference to the world in which they live and work.
Happiness Unlimited :Self Unfoldement is an Interactive World shows the way to create weakness into strengths,traps into transcendence,dreams into accomplishments and individual desires into Nature's purpose and God's Will.
The reader who will read this book will get encouraged,as a challenge,to embrace the world with all its dangers,uncertainties and ambiguities,to enlarge the scope of personal interests and persuits,and to enable the meaning of success and happiness.The magic of success lies in the ability to transform the entrapping power of the desire to possess into unfolding channel of the "desire to share".
I would give this book full 5 out of 5 stars.Highly recommended to all the readers.
About The Author:-
Swami Bodhananda, originally from Kerala is trained in the Sankaracharya tradition of India. He studies economics before the call to search for divine understanding led him to the Himalayas, and, ultimately, to a renowned ashram in Mumbai as a Brahmachari. He has been teaching Vedanta since 1978, and was given sannyas in 1985. currently he is the Spiritual Founder and Director of 11 organizations and ashrams under the umbrella of the Sambodh Foundation (New Delhi 1991). He toured extensively in the West in 1997 and set up the US-based organisation, Sambodh Society Inc. in Kalamazoo, Michigan, with Dr Ruth harring as the American Trustee. He divides his time between USA and India, teaching and speaking at public for a. The Bodhananda Research Foundation for Management and Leadership Studies, Thiruvanthapuram, seeks to effeet change in leadership and progressive work ethic in industry and government. His book, Gita and management (first published in 1995) provides insights to that end.