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Living Spirituality | Meetu Bisht | Book Review

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Hay House Publishers India (1 May 2021); Hay House India
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 200 pages

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Religion, philosophy, and spirituality are some of the key pillars of most human discussions. At some point in life, we all tend to pick either of these for our conversations.

And while spirituality is something that almost all of us lean onto for the greater good of our individual lives, we are mostly unclear about how to approach it.

Living Spirituality by Meetu Bisht attempts to clear the confusion around the enigmatic concept of spirituality. It aims at offering an insightful and rational understanding of the subject to help true seekers in their respective journeys.

Spirituality is essentially the language of the spirit, the beauty of the spirit, the joy of the spirit, the absolute comfort zone that nourishes the spirit.

So while we tend to look for our answers outside, the reality is that everything inside of us is true. The light. The beauty in its purest form.

Divided into 28 chapters, this book breaks down the often misunderstood subject of spirituality for the readers to understand and assimilate its depth. It talks about how spirituality is a way of living and how can we activate it in our daily living. It also sheds light on the challenges that could prevent one from living a spiritually inclined life.

Moving ahead, it encapsulates the A to Z of self-transformation and also lists down 99 attributes of spiritually inclined beings. It made me realise how we can make small shifts in our everyday life and choices to ascend to the higher realm of living life.

I have been on a personal journey of spirituality for quite some time now. This book just proved to be a loving companion in my journey and I am glad that it guided me patiently.

The author has done a wonderful job at talking about the most coveted topic of spirituality in a fairly simple manner. The language is easy as it could get and the takeaways are certainly ones to keep referring to.

If you are even remotely interested in living spiritually, do pick up this comprehensive guide (a self-learning manual of sorts) to reconnect with your inner self and live your magical life!

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