By Rolf Dobelli
In The Art of the Good Life by Rolf Dobelli, you'll find fifty-two intellectual shortcuts for wiser thinking and better decisions, at home and at work.
Since the dawn of civilization, we've been asking ourselves what it means to live a good life: how should I live, what will truly make be happy, how much should I earn, how should I spend my time?
In the absence of a single simple answer, this book is a toolkit of mental models and a guide to practical living.
By Mahatria Ra
‘Unposted Letters’ by Mahtria Ra is one of those books that aims to transcend all religions and castes, and touch the core of the readers in a profound way irrespective of their social position, status and the likes.‘
Unposted Letters’ is a spiritual and inspirational book that urges the readers to find happiness in every small things and feel the presence of God Almighty everywhere. By illustrating the simple with the powerful, this is a book that deals with knowledge and enlightenment and talks about Life as it is, about how it should be led that is bereft of any jealousy and wrath.
By Gary John B
By Radhanath Swami
By Pam Grout
The nine experiments, each of which can be conducted with absolutely no money and very little time, demonstrate that spiritual principles are as dependable as gravity and as consistent as Newton's laws of motion. Rather than take it on faith, you are invited to conduct nine 48-hour experiments to prove there really is a positive, loving, totally hip force in the universe.
By Louise Hay
By Radhakrishna Pillai
Adventures of a Modern Kingmaker
Chanakya in You is the charming, lighthearted and yet profound tale of a man inspired by his grandfather to seek the wisdom of the Arthashastra.
Like many of us in our youth, the young man has no idea what he wants to do with his life. He lives aimlessly from one day to the next - his is only passion is studying the Arthashastra.
Interestingly, this book does not have a single character with a name. The story is about you and your journey through life. While you flip through the pages, you may well find yourself walking the hero's path to bring out the Chanakya inside you.
By J Krishnamurti
By M. Scott Peck
The Road Less Travelled is a self-help book written by M. Scott Peck. This book was written to help readers make the right decisions when they are stuck at a crossroads.
The book has three parts, with each section discussing a different aspect of life.
In Intelligence, Osho challenges the common conception that the best way to promote intelligence is to train the intellect.
By exploring the distinction between intellect and intelligence, Intelligence encourages readers to be more aware of how they approach problems―logical, emotional, and practical―and how they solve them.
Osho challenges readers to examine and break free of the conditioned belief systems and prejudices that limit their capacity to enjoy life in all its richness.
By Hector Garcia & Francesc Miralles
We all have an ikigai.
It's the Japanese word for ‘a reason to live’ or ‘a reason to jump out of bed in the morning’.
It’s the place where your needs, desires, ambitions, and satisfaction meet. A place of balance. Small wonder that finding your ikigai is closely linked to living longer.
Finding your ikigai is easier than you might think. This book will help you work out what your own ikigai really is, and equip you to change your life.
By Mark Manson
The subte art of not giving a f*ck by Mark Manson is a self-help guide, which shows us how to cut through the crap & how to stop trying to be "positive" all the time so that we can truly become better, happier people.
Human beings are flawed and limited—"not everybody can be extraordinary". Manson advises us to get to know our limitations and accept them.
Once we embrace our fears, faults, and uncertainties, we can begin to find the courage, perseverance, honesty, responsibility, curiosity, and forgiveness we seek.