2.0 out of 5 starsLow quality Pages and very poor Printing.
Reviewed in India on 4 April 2018
Even after purchasing from an Amazon fulfilled seller which is GS RETAILER... The book seems to be a copy... Very low quality printing, low quality pages and even the cover pages are of poor quality... Ordered for my roommate's birthday... But very disappointed... :( Bharosa uth gya "amazon fulfilled" se bhi.
One of most clear book on most ambiguous concept of mind. After reading it you can be able to control your mind instead being controlled by it. Best book for people who starts their day in the hope of a better life but some sudden thoughts and things made them worse. Books us in question and answer form. After reading it you will be a clear person. I bought it just for 180rs. Paper quality average but not misprints that is a good thing.
The complete book conveys one message that focus on now by ignoring everything else. Theoretically, it sounds good practically not. Even the real questionsanswered by author doesn’t seems to make much sense. Overall any depressed guy might feel good after reading this.
Want to attend anger management classes? Finding answers for many questions that run in your mind? Seeking for inner peace? You just need to read this book. Amazing book. It helps you in every possible way!
its a very nice book .. its a best among the spiritual books which i have read in the modern times...worth buying it . the questionanswer pattern type for explaining the situations is really nice.. its totally a great book
The book showed me that I have a pretty thick mold of the mind to break through, and it took me very far on the first day, even farther after that. The message went beyond what I would probably recognize on my own. After all, I was (and still am but to a lesser degree) one of those constant thinkers who mistakenly believe that it's good to think all the time but almost never stop to see, hear and feel the essence of being. Although the message in the book seems familiar and simple, in the end it provided exhaustive answers to the few questions that I had and also those that I wouldn't have thought of before. Amazingly, it also managed not to raise new ones. What it did was grab me by lapels and put me into the present moment. Over and over again, it told me what it means, how to enter it, offered a few different methods, and suggested that with practice many opportunities exist to enter it.
I really liked the book. Unlike other books, this is written in a questionanswer format. A good idea!
The concept of the "now" is perfectly explained by the author. When you first read it, you might feel that it contradicts our views and opinions but still read it and understand the view of the author. It might be hard to grasp the concepts initially, so I suggest you read it slowly and reread the book twice or thrice. We have a lot to learn from this book.
Lastly, I want to say that after reading the book, apply the principles and methods in your life. It will change your life in many ways.