LOS GATOS, Calif., March 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- From an early age, Nita Goyal was obsessed with the questions: Who am I? What is the purpose of life? If God is everywhere, why can't I see Him? What I see, is it the only reality? She would spend most of her time contemplating and reflecting on such perplexing questions. With the help of her Guruji and her meditation practices, she became more and more aware and, gradually, insights began to come as flashes. She began to write them and a book began to emerge.
Nita Goyal tells us in her first book, Seduction of the Mind (ISBN 978-1935125211), released today, how we are intoxicated by the greatest alcohol of all, the principle of ego, creating a tainted perception of people, things, and of the world itself. The book, targeting people interested in exploring new age and consciousness, shows how we can undo the spell by the power of right perception and awareness, how we can acknowledge and embrace the phenomenon of us acting as the thread connecting us all, and how we can live a life full of love, abundance, joy and compassion, effortlessly. The book is available for sale through amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and many independent booksellers in northern California.
Written in visionary fiction style, Seduction of the Mind encompasses vast and complex subjects in the realm of mind-body-spirit and mysticism. It is deeply influenced by the ancient eastern Vedanta texts. Many profound principles are explored through the conversations between three characters -- Radha, the monk, and the woman in white. As the story of Radha progresses, we are led within the sacred spaces of our being.
Radical concepts are told: the dynamics of free will and karma, the mystery of success and failure, the illusion of joy and sorrow, the mystery of physical and subtle words and more. These concepts are not new but are always hidden due to the mind's inability to comprehend. Through higher grace and the grace of her Guruji -- and also from personal experience, Nita has put them in as simple language as she has understood them. "If you are looking for a dialog with a teacher for an elucidation of how quantum physics is integrating science and spirituality to a nonscientist like you, this book may be your answer. I recommend it," says Amit Goswami. Ph.D., author of How Quantum Activism can save Civilization.
About the Author
Nita Goyal was born and raised in India and relocated to USA a decade ago. When she is not writing, she is spending time with her two children. Currently, she lives in Santa Cruz Mountains in California with her family.
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