Have you been losing sleep over what your friends and peers think about you? Or is it that you could not care less? Regardless of the mindset you adopt in your emotional life, happiness in life solely depends on what you think about yourself.
The rise of social media has given us an opportunity to decide how we present ourselves to the world. Becoming increasingly dependent on whether others ‘like’ our latest photos or on how they ‘comment’ on our life choices, we have unknowingly started presenting to the world a meticulously filtered image of ourselves. That is why we need to decide if the person our online friends know is the person we really are? We need to start asking ourselves if the person they are familiar with is capable of sustaining the long-term, happy relationships that we all long to build?
In The Art of Resilience: 40 Stories to Uplift the Mind and Transform the Heart, Mumbai-based leadership and mindfulness coach Gauranga Das takes us on an exhilarating inner journey. He teaches us how we can explore our inner selves, beyond the ragged terrains of expectations, through the valleys of disapproval and criticism, beneath the layers of self-deception, and across the unforgiving river of relationships. Helping you cover the tough journey that leads you all the way to your heart, the book will help readers introduce themselves to the world – to finally meet and let everyone see their real selves.
Genre: Spirituality & Self-Help
Published: April 2021
Number of Pages: 256
Author: Gauranga Das
Publisher: Penguin Ananda