Author: Preeti Pathak
Publisher: Vishwakarma Publications
Genre: Mind Body & Spirit & Self-help
First Publication: 2019
Book Summary: Enrich Life
For centuries man has been on an unceasing quest for bliss which, he explores in luxury, task, indulgence, responsibility, services and relations. Lamentably, every time he finds own self entwined and lost in the complexity of it all!
Over the years, our hard-wired subconscious circuit likes to believe that the cause and effect of every experience is manifestation by all that is outside but not own self.
After a soul-filling debut book, 25 Essentials To Happy Living, nominee of REC-Vow Book awards which, draws light to understand own emotions, attitudes and behavior for a happy living, Preeti Pathak brings to you another soul-stirring book, Enrich Life to uplift and harmonize your life by your own self The Book encourages all readers, to question the how, where, why what of SELF for holistic wellness.
Through a 20-day magical journey, Enrich Life is magnificent boulevard to bring your awareness to your real self, accept an ameliorate.
Book Review: Enrich Life
Preeti Pathak’s Enrich Life has taught me many valuable lessons, including what specific behaviors and thoughts comprise compassion, as well as how to apply those principles to myself. A few lines from Enrich Life that shows Preeti Pathak’s tenets of self-Awareness:
“Gliding high and gliding low,
Flying through wanderlust I glow,
Endless journey bound by time,
Must I haste or is it a waste?
I see the glow I follow it so,
Feeling perky, chirpy and joyful though.
Who am I; What am I?
How long will I live in that glow?
Marveling though; Marveling though!”
Oftentimes we take the idea of being kind to ourselves with a grain of salt. We nod our heads when people tell us about the perks of positivity; and we smile and listen to our friends when they need help; and because of society’s pressure to achieve a lot and express so little, we lose touch with our internal selves.
Author Preeti Pathak’s book offers practical suggestions to increase self-compassion that transcend mere self-esteem enhancers or ineffective tricks. She delves into the specific ways self-compassion can aid in our own happiness, our relationships with family and significant others, and our general interactions with the world around us.
Author strengthens her argument by citing many real life examples; and she draws upon several facets of psychology – social comparison, and much more – to add cohesion to her ideas.
I recommend this book to anyone who has had to deal with an internal self-critical voice, as well as to those who want to augment their self-compassion for any reason at all. In my opinion, Enrich Life serves as the ideal self-help book: it blends original insight, personal experience, research and previous work in the field, and it relays its message in a respectful and easy-to-comprehend way.