Undoing destils the essence of Vedanta to show how to transform the stresses of everyday life, whether at work, at home, or in the community, into meaningful excercises for self-fulfillment. The book addresses questions such as:
How can frustrating life situation be turned into an exercise for growth?
What role does the mind play in making us feel successful, happy or sad?
Why do we have “good” and “bad” days?
How does our attachment to things playinto pressures we experience?
If you are profoundly satisfied with every aspect of your life – every moment, every day – and wish for no deeper peace, understanding, or fulfillment, don’t read Undoing. If you are not, read on.
This book is for those of us caught in the pace of life and work we have come to know as “ the way of the Western worl.” NO matter whether we life in the west, If we fit this type, we tend to be highly productive, goal-oriented, and responsible citizens dedicated to the supremacy of the logical mind and to progress at all costs. Many of us, however, have now and then taken a pause in the midst of our purposeful striving to ask:
Is all this effort worth it?
What’s the meaning of it all?
Why don’t I feel truly happy and fulfilled?
Undoing address many such questions. The ideas in it are thousands of years old. What’s new is their particular application today’s world. It’s also a book about shifting perspectives. By the time you’ve finished it, you’ll see what I mean. But for now, try a simple exercise.
You are sitting in a chair. The chair is in your living room. The living room is in your house. The house is on the 120 block of Oak Avenue, which is in the northestern section of Grand Junction. Grand Junction is situated in the middle of the lower peninsula of the state of Michigan. Michigan is in the Midwest, which spans the middle section of the United State of America. The United State is part of the North American Continent, which is located on the globe called Earth. The Earth is part of the Solar, Which is part of.
Has your perspective shifted from that of simply sitting in the chair? This whole book is about shifting your perspective – by shifting the way you think about yourself and the world. You’ll find that the thoughts you think can literally make or break your life.
You may wonder why the book is titled Undoing. The word, you, say, can have some pretty negative connotations.
“This will be my undoing”
Precisely In this book, you’ll be looking at a way to accomplish the undoing of the you who gets in the way of your own happiness and fulfillment. By getting the current doer out of the way, you’ll unfold a new, powerful entity from within you who will transform your life – at work, at home, and at play.
|Part 1||Doing and Not Doing||1|
|The Undo Key||3|
|Who Am I?||7|
|Part 2||Exercises in Being||9|
|Seeing a Tree||11|
|Looking with X-ray Eyes||18|
|A Confluence of Forces||21|
|Reality Is Not What It Seems||25|
|Movie and Gold||30|
|A Proud Wave||34|
|Part 3||Exercises for the Mind||41|
|Finding the Center||48|
|Three Buckets of Water||52|
|Who's Doing the Doing?||56|
|A Hall of Mirrors||62|
|Love and Lust||67|
|I-ness and My-ness||71|
|Of Practical Value||78|
|A Jolt of Joy||83|
|Tuning the Radio||93|
|A Trickly Creature||97|
Item Code: NAJ596 Author: Rudite J. Emir Cover: Paperback Edition: 2009 Publisher: Central Chinmaya Mission Trust ISBN: 9788175971967 Language: English Size: 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch Pages: 171 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 205 gms