- Dark Matter is a page-turning thriller created by Blake Crouch that is propelled by the character’s purpose. Most of the brilliant plots and concept ideas for something much more, something exciting. From the first page to the last, the book’s real motor is a love tale. The book is both dramatic and witty. Though the combination of psychotropic/psychedelic drugs and quantum physics isn’t particularly elegant, it does hint at a new frontier: the link between quantum mechanics and the mind. There is already a considerable body of research on the subject. There are elements of science fiction and paranoid suspense in this novel. If you like science fiction, this book is for you; if you don’t like science fiction, this book is for you.
Karma: A Yogi’s Guide to Crafting Your Destiny: New York Times Bestselling Author of Inner Engineering
- Karma is the law of the universe. A yogi’s guide is precisely what it says on the title. It disproves and reorients the shady use of the term karma to its original Sanskrit meaning. Because the word has come to mean reap what you sow’ or ‘get what you give in a variety of languages around the world, it now has a snobbish and self-righteous ring to it when used to express cause and effect. After listening to this, you will understand what kind of mental and physical activity are responsible for accumulating karma that causes people to be unhappy. This book instructs us on how to act and think in a variety of situations. Yoga and meditation aid in the removal of accumulated karmas as well as the expression that everyone desires. Yoga and meditation are beneficial on a physical, mental, and energetic level.
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
Robin Sharma is an author and motivational speaker, and even though it was written more than two decades ago, this audiobook remains his greatest opus. The plot follows the life of a busy lawyer with a chaotic schedule and the single goal of becoming even more successful, who succeeds in changing his own life. It instils in you values such as respecting time, having a purpose, and being present, all of which you may already be aware of but have never tried to put into practice. The book contains useful ideas for conquering your mind and thought processes, living a purposeful life, growing yourself, living with discipline, mastering time, and serving others, to name a few.
Broken: in the Best Possible Way
- Jenny Lawson writes openly about her melancholy and anxiety, as well as the craziness that is her life, and it’s funny, scary, relatable, and very real. Brilliant! Broken is a ray of optimism and a fountain of hilarity. Broken is a brutally honest exploration of her experimental procedure of transcranial magnetic stimulation. But also with a savage sense of comedy.
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
- The purpose of the book is to help the reader live a more happy and full life by assisting them in being more aware of not just themselves, but others as well. To urge the reader to focus on the more essential aspects of life, Carnegie strives to address the everyday details of existence. If you are a beginning reader and feel like your life is more unhappy than everyone else’s, you must read it. It will make you feel as though your life is considerably better than that of the majority of people on the planet. If others can live happily, why can’t you?
The Body Keeps the Score: Mind, Brain and Body in the Transformation of Trauma
- Those who want to learn more about the mind, body, and trauma This is an excellent book to read. It’s useful to understand how people suffer from trauma and are unable to tell anyone about it. It’s awful to see how much cruelty some of the children have had from their family members. The author has put a lot of effort into writing this book.
What Happened to You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing
- Oprah Winfrey’s autobiography, told in dialogue with a brilliant Psychiatrist!! This is a novel that everyone should read!! Many fascinating situations are described. All medical information is well-explained. The main takeaways were to never give up hope with any patient and to have a lot of empathy.
Dare to Lead
- ‘Dare to Lead’ examines the qualities of courageous leaders who aren’t afraid to show honesty, discuss differences, and show empathy. Vulnerability, courage, fear, humiliation, empathy, and a variety of other topics are thoroughly examined. The concept of shame is explored in this piece. This book will help you discover more about yourself and how to deal with the stories at work.
A Gentleman in Moscow
- As stated on the back cover, this is the narrative of a Count who is placed under house arrest following the Russian Revolution. The book examines the socio-political scene via his eyes, which are confined to a run-down section of the motel where he is held captive. The book is fantastic. Even though the count is in such bad shape, he attempts to make it as lively as possible. The humour in the book is so natural that you can’t help but smile when you see the circumstances.
The Lincoln Highway
- The Lincoln Highway is a masterfully assembled cast of people, insightful insights into human behaviour, a plot full of surprises, and a compilation of historical heroes that holds the storey together in a unique way. Because it is about a road journey, you must pay attention to it while on the road.