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I have decided to take on a challenge of my own and read all of Sri Vishwanath’s books on Amazon.  Please enjoy three reviews I have been doing, and comment below.

Sri Vishwanath

Sri Vishwanath

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Sri Vishwanath is the author of eleven popular and bestselling transformational books including “No-Nonsense Meditation, Seven Spiritual Strategies, The Secret of Bhagavad Gita, Give Up Your Excess Baggage and Zero Effort. He is the founder of Soul Power Magic which distributes innovative and inspirational material aimed at making the world abundant peaceful and stress free.His latest book “Seven Spiritual Strategies- How The ENlightenment Code Can Change Your Life” is considered a game changer in the spiritual field. To book him for speaking engagements,for bulk/gift sales or simply to say hi to him contact him via email at vish@soulpowermagic.com.

Split Personality By Sri Vishwanath

The author has his story from his own life experiences and what he learned in his struggles with split personalities and the second part is wisdom of the ancient scroll of Karma yoga.

Sri Vishwanath at age 39 realized after reading a book called Talks with Swami Vivekananda that his spiritual journey just began.

Krishna says that aspect of your individuality which remains after you have discarded all mental contractions is worthy to be known. This is the aspect of you and your personality that you are already good at.

Krishna, says to give up, procrastination, anger impatience, negative attitude, lack of foresights, and inability to form good relationships. They are the effects of low vibration of the mind.

Get to know YOU.

The easiest way to get started is to train yourself to increase the vibration of your mind.

The second step is to work with your personality.

Thus we have:

KNOW

Acknowledge

Everyone has two personalities. One that is subject to change (personality) and the other is changeless (Divine).

What I understand is that Krishna is a lot like God or can be one in the same.  From what I also understand the teachings are much like the law of attraction.  The bottom line is to detach from our thoughts in order to free our vibrations so that which we want in our life will appear.  This book gives much more than a spiritual lesson in it I learned to change and grow spiritual in order to vibrate that which I want in my life now.  It is not in the past that creates each of us, that is just experience.  These lessons help us grow spiritually which help us help those transcend into a vibration that which Krishna says is what all already have if they open their eyes and minds to what is already in us.

© 2012 Jackie Paulson

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Dare To Experience Heaven – Four secrets you must discover in the journey of your life

By Sri Vishwanath

If you are new to Hinduism as I am then here is a little information for you.

Hinduism is a conglomeration of religious, philosophical, and cultural ideas and practices that originated in India.  It is characterized by the belief in:

  • reincarnation,
  • one absolute being of multiple manifestations,
  • the law of cause and effect,
  • following the path of righteousness,
  • desire for liberation from the cycle of births and deaths.

This book creates a simple understanding of the steps of life and death.  The author tells us of the rules of the game of life are:

  • Everyone has to play the game of life.
  • If you play the game you will get lost in it.
  • The one who plays the game and who doesn’t get identified with the test involved wins the mortal contest.

In defining himself, Krishna says, “of the gods I am Indra, of the

Vedas I am the Sama Veda, of the subduers I am Yama.”

How and when did Hinduism originate?

Hinduism has its origins in such remote past that it cannot be traced to any one individual. Some scholars believe that Hinduism must have existed even in circa 10000 B.C. and that the earliest of the Hindu scriptures – The Rig Veda – was composed well before 6500 B.C. The word “Hinduism” is not to be found anywhere in the scriptures, and the term “Hindu” was introduced by foreigners who referred to people living across the River Indus or Sindhu, in the north of India, around which the Vedic religion is believed to have originated.

What are the basic tenets of Hinduism?

Hinduism lacks any unified system of beliefs and ideas. Hinduism is a conglomerate of diverse beliefs and traditions, in which the prominent themes include:

  • Dharma (ethics and duties)
  • Samsara (rebirth)
  • Karma (right action)
  • Moksha (liberation from the cycle of Samsara)

It also believes in truth, honesty, non-violence, celibacy, cleanliness, contentment, prayers, austerity, perseverance, penance, and pious company.

Wow, this is great for the open minded person.  I am always looking into new things and this is just fascinating to me.  © 2012 Jackie paulson

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47 Mental Triggers to make you feel great by Sri Vishwanath

This book brings to you a beautiful photo with a saying on it that will motivate, inspire and bring peace to your day.  Each page brings with it a thought -provoking sentences, for example;

If difficulties were known at the onset of a long journey

most of us would never start out at all…

I believe that we are solely responsible for our choices,

and we have to accept the consciousness of every

deed, word, thought throughout our lifetime..

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Now is no time to think of what you do not have.

Think of what you can do with what there is

Ernest Hemingway

What is nice is that each statement has a gift message, which seems directly given to me for that day.  Sometimes, I even soak up two messages which seem to bring blessing to me and to someone around me.

In life, we are to serve others and my way of serving others is by sharing such profound messages throughout my day, as they are easy to remember.

Bless each of you for reading this review and for bringing such a wonderful gift to pass a long thought your day, or give as a gift.

Jackie Paulson © 2012

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47 Mental Triggers to make you feel great by Sri Vishwanath

Do you feel you need encouraging words to start your day?  This is a book which will do exactly that.

I love the photo with the short, simple, and easy to understand sayings to brighten up my day and I know you will love them too.

The words are lovingly said

Each thought expressed

Will be blessed if you read this little book,

And it will bring life to a bad day

For all those who head the messages within it

It will bring guidance from above because

The meaning behind the words

Bring each life hope, love and faith!

© 2012 Jackie Paulson

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