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Profound Thoughts @360 Degrees: Thoth - 2

Author Name: Ratnakar Padbidri | Format: Paperback | Genre : Philosophy | Other Details

A remedy for the soul’s journey, which is always tricked by the mind constantly, drawing us invariably towards unproductive acts of thought processes and thus deviating us from the cherished goals, desires and wishes that we try to accomplish and achieve in the journey called life. A thought-provoking book for the discerning reader of the times in search of answers for coasting along life freely and to remain unfettered with the surroundings of our individual lives.
Self-restraint and right observance are the keys to the enlightenment of the soul. Living in moderation and constant immersion in the divine, you can free yourself from physical and psychological possessions.
This book guides you through that process and lays down a path for you to march forward by offering you a hundred inspiring ways to make the rest of your life more dynamic and fulfilling after the pandemic of 2020 comes to an end. The author shares the prophecies of Avatars, Prophets, Yogis and Yoginis whose writings he has reproduced in a précis format to enrich your soul and liberate all your hidden potential to blossom forth and thus spread your radiance fully. You are the light unto yourself and to the world.

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Ratnakar Padbidri

Ratnakar Padbidri has always been a very well mannered and humane person throughout his school and college attending period as well as in his workplace too wherever he was associated with. He also had a stint at Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Powai and he always visualized himself to be in the field of arts, as a singer, musician, actor and later on in life to be actively involved in the religious field and envisaging to be the head of a mission, i.e. self-proclaimed Swami. His interest was always in Religion, Spirituality and Philosophy. The author is inspired to live the life of a true Yogi.

The author is currently living in Kandivali, a distant western suburb of Mumbai City along with his wife, Usha Kiran, his elder son, Mithun, and his daughter-in-law, Shyamali. His younger son, Roshan, has settled with his wife Farheen and Grandson Rihan in Singapore.