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Do No More For Your Peace And Happiness

Author Name: Prashant | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

You have been intensely protecting the small lamp in a closed room for a long time while the sun is basking in glory outside your window! What stops you from opening this window to brightness? You may wait for someone else to open it, but this window can open only from the inside!

Do No More reminds us that what we look for is always available to us, but we are busy protecting our small creations. We can do nothing to earn our peace and happiness, but we can get away from it. This book touches upon fundamental but subtle aspects of life, which comes in the way of our much-desired well-being. It is not about following instructions, techniques or methods, rather asking genuine questions that can help open the window and present a clearer picture…

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Prashant

Life & Spiritual Coach Prashant had a lot of questions about life but avoided them for a long time. In the year 2018, after a long career spanning around twenty years in the Information Technology sector, Prashant made a transition and embarked on a new career in coaching and training. Prashant spent significant time probing some of the fundamental life questions and started experiencing life as is. His experiences triggered him to write. This book reflects his own life experiences and his interactions with many of his clients as a life coach. 

Prashant works with people to help them see how they create their experiences. Rather than focusing on tips, readymade solutions, methods or techniques, the focus of Prashant’s coaching and workshops remains on individual experiences. The same approach forms the central theme of his first book Do No More.

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