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    An enlightening re-reading of the Bhagavad-gita

    Simon Haas’s latest book is a beautiful union between the potent and relatable idea of St John of Cross’s ‘dark night of the soul’ and the ancient and timeless teachings of the Bhagavad-gita, which, in his unique marriage of the two, are made all the more relevant to the soul-searching and existentialism of today’s world. Speaking to the intrinsic need for growth and transformation, to a needful release from stagnation and closed-circuit perceptions, Haas coaches the unwriting and the writing of the self, encouraging an optimistic utilisation of life’s inevitable adversities and the discovery of latent yet hidden beauty, dedication and satisfaction. This re-reading of the Bhagavad-gita, drawn from the revelatory wisdom of both contemporary and historic sages, is a delightful and profound addition to the bookshelves of any being remotely interested in an exploration of the self and soul through the reality of our lived experiences.

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