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Transformation: Knowledge, Meditation & Wisdom Paperback – March 16, 2010
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Neeraj Sabharwal is a writer and the author of Transformation, by Neeraj Sabharwal. Raised in India and he now resides in Reston, Virginia. He has a Bachelor's degree (BS) in Technology with a major in Mechanical Engineering, and is currently working as an IT professional. His first book is a non fiction book based on his real life time experiences. He has started a campaign to sponsor children in South Africa, so the profits made from this book are going to this campaign. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I love the ideas, in fact, because they talk about the inner work we have as people. Some of the same ideas are mentioned in the Bible about what is inside and how to transform, or what some people call repent. That's right, repent can mean the same as transform.
Too many times we try to make God small enough for us to understand, and I believe Neeraj is seeing God as bigger than what most of the people on Earth are able to unless they take some time and meditate. I believe this book can make a difference. Ideas are not to accept hook, line and sinker. Ideas are to explore, and we are all growing. Christians can benefit from this book, too. What is important is to listen to the Holy Spirit. The love that is inside whether you believe or do not believe.
The way he touches the subject of living a meaningful life really touched my inner heart.
He also explained about , how to let go of EGO without losing your personal integrity,
The way he explained about doing meditation is phenominal, This is an new way to practice meditation without much distractions in mind.
I wish him all the best in his endavor.
John B Durai