Book Reviews

The Napkin, the Melon and the Monkey by Barbara Burke

All the three elements - the napkin, the melon and the monkey, represent insights that help in living a stress-free life.

Autobiography of a Yogi [Collector’s Edition] by Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda

A must-read for all those who are on their search for the spiritual truth

Chakra Meditation by Swami Saradananda

Clear, concise and easy to read, Swami Saradanada teaches every aspect of chakras, from basic to profound in a holistic way.

The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande

The book, although written by a medical specialist, will be useful to almost any professional.

Winners Never Cheat: Even in Difficult Times by Jon M Huntsman

The founder of the 11-billion-dollar Huntsman Corporation simply blows you away by the strength of his character.

Wings to Freedom: Journey of a Nath Yogi

As I watched the video, I sensed that he was speaking from another level, from some higher realm of consciousness.

Doctor, why is my baby crying? by P V Vaidyanathan

The baby can't even tell you what's bothering her, which makes the situation seem more frustrating. This is where this book comes to your rescue.

Evolutionary Enlightenment by Andrew Cohen

According to Cohen, traditional enlightenment means recognising oneself as being pure consciousness.

The Journey by Brandon Bays

The book is about Brandon Bays' spectacular journey from the discovery of the tumour to its complete healing.

The Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma

The sequel to The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari might well be a travelogue disguised as a self-help book, but it has its moments