'Who am i? Who are you? We have a singular quest to better ourselves-to evolve, to move forward, to improve upon all that can be improved. To make it better.My message is about the possibility of the ultimate betterment of a human being-not of mankind, not of a country, not of a social belief, but of a human being. And it is not through religion or doctrine, not through id'Who am i? Who are you? We have a singular quest to better ourselves-to evolve, to move forward, to improve upon all that can be improved. To make it better.My message is about the possibility of the ultimate betterment of a human being-not of mankind, not of a country, not of a social belief, but of a human being. And it is not through religion or doctrine, not through ideas or concepts. Neither is it through hearsay or repetition.It is through each individual exploring and finding the beauty within themsleves."From the cover page, says it all....
|Title||:||The Greatest Truth of All: You Are Alive|
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The Greatest Truth of All: You Are Alive Reviews
Who is Prem Rawat?Does it matter?This simple book is full of non-authoritarian suggestions that may put your search for peace to rest,if you can accept the premises clearly laid out in this collection of talks by a guru who doesn't put himself in the middle of the equation between persons and god.What he does is shift the emphasis of spiritual work,to the individual.He does not offer a complicated set of instructions or demand any kind of worship.What he does is hold up a mirror."What else can you give someone who has everything?" he states,for his teaching is that we already have it all, everything we need for fulfillment,it's all inside."Peace is not an abstract concept.Peace is a feeling. Peace is real. It isn't about a flower giving off a beautiful blue hue. It's about feeling a feeling inside and saying "Yes!" because you have felt it....Not walking around wondering,"Did I really eat that sandwich? Where is that sandwich?""This is your time to begin to understand." p120
REAL FOOD - NOT MIND CANDYI'm huge fan of this author, and have been for many years. But reading is not my usual way of consuming his content. I usually listen to his recordings, watch his videos, and grab the occasional opportunity to attend one of his live speaking engagements. When I say that I'm a "huge fan," I don't mean that he's my "American Idol" or any other kind of idol. Basically, I like how it feels to listen to his message. Always have. But again, reading him is a little bit different.Reading this book, or rather reading at it, because it's easy to take it in small, random pieces, somehow makes me realize (by contrast) that I consume a fair amount of mind candy, which is like edible candy - the stuff that you know is not very good for you but it tastes good and you eat it anyway because you want to and you crave it. Then there's real food: wholesome, delicious, nutritious, and guilt-free. You like that too, but in a different way. You can enjoy it, savor it, and appreciate the knowing that it's really, really good for you - all at the same time.That's how I feel about this book. Real food for the mind. Something you can chew, taste deeply, and feel that genuine nourishment is taking place. There are too many cheap thrills around that either just make you comfortable and complacent about where you are or take you into an escapist fantasy that has nothing to do with your life. Mind candy. This book is food that challenges me. I've got to chew on it, really chew on it. Just a few sentences can be quite a mouthful. It doesn't indulge my complacency. It reminds me that I don't want to be complacent, that I don't have time to be. If you can relate to that, if you feel like you could use a little waking up, as I do, you might enjoy this book. Real food, real value. Taste and see.
I can't stop reading this book! It will probably continue to be on my "currently-reading" shelf for quite awhile because it has become my favorite reference book. I pick it up whenever I forget what makes me tick, feel disconnected from myself or simply want inspiration to dig deeper for my own inner joy."The Greatest Truth of All: You Are Alive" is definitely a keeper!Prem Rawat
Excellent book. For everybody, who wants to know more about inner peace and happiness. Jos
A very deep book with live, today's, pearls of intelligence and wisdom...