2021 has come as a major setback to everyone who was trying to comfort themselves with the idea that nothing could beat the horrors of 2020. Global warming, the COVID-19 pandemic, rampant misinformation and fake news, ghastly riots, and the ever-changing social relationships and lifestyles have all taken a heavy toll on our health, relations and productivity. However, what they have impacted the most is our inner peace, ripping it to shreds.

As stress and depression become the buzzwords in an overly anxious world, Swami Purnachaitanya takes readers on a life-changing journey in Looking Inward: Meditating to Survive in a Changing World. Helping readers identify the root cause of their stress, the book then offers the tools needed to address and transcend those issues. Advocating meditation as a remedy to distracted thoughts, Swami Purnachaitanya sheds an all new light on the live-in-the-present concept.

Every chapter is replete with enlightening stories, valuable insights and a ten-minute exercise that aims to take the readers a step closer to mastering their mind and building a regular meditation practice. Encouraging us to embrace the changing world, instead of resisting it, Looking Inward is a must-read to make the most of our energy reserves in these testing times.

Genre: Meditation and Spirituality

Price: β‚Ή299 β‚Ή240

Format: Paperback

Published: June 2021

Number of Pages: 182

Language: English

Swami Purnachaitanya, author of Looking Inward: Meditating to Survive in A Changing World

Author: Swami Purnachaitanya

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN-13: β€Ž978-0143452089