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Wednesday, January 2, 2019

My Rating - 5 out of 5 stars
Publisher - Karmic Odyssey Books 
Genre - Spiritual
Publishing year - February 2017
Language - English
ISBN - 978-935-2120-857
Pages - 222
Buy now - Amazon IN


My Review -

Karmic City: The City of Lord Brahma by Hema Myer Sood is the trilogy book. The plot of the book is based on Indian philosophy. The cover page looks good, and the title is striking.

In this book, Hema Sood has portrayed a spiritual and subtle relationship between man and the soul. This book gives an insight into how one can achieve high knowledge through meditation and constant prayers. It's good to read about the soul's journey and cultivating positive thoughts. 

I really like the poetry part and Karma story, which influences one's birthplace and parents. It proves to be a refreshing and deep-seated read. The main character in Karmic City has been depicted as an ageless and nameless entity called the Soul. The Soul enlightens the path of spiritual knowledge to four individuals named Aditi, Vaidehi, Virat, and Karthik. 

According to the author, one can easily absorb the knowledge from personal experiences rather than a slight scriptural awareness performance. If those experiences are favorable, we term them as good, and the negative experience we relate to as bad. Our internal dialogues rule our lives, and external thoughts manifest from the ego. This book helps you to nurture positive reviews and assist you in living a healthy spiritual lifestyle. 

The narration is smooth. The author's lexicon is majestic; I can't find a single flaw in her writing. I really admire Hema's work and writing style. One should definitely read this reflective piece. I recommend this book to everyone, but you must read this book if you are into the spiritual stuff.

"Life is a combination of an unending series of different waves."







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