The Aum Of All Things is a spiritual guide to self-transformation and achieving inner peace and wellness of the soul. Through the narration of a sublime and enchanting personal experience, the author discusses the complexities of life and attempts to answer them using the tools of spirituality and meditation.
Summary Of The Book
The author, Ruzbeh Bharucha, is an ardent devotee of Shri Sai Baba of Shirdi. In the interminable depths of meditation, he was introduced to a particular meditation exercise. When he found out that this exercise was taught by a sage in New Delhi as well, he set off on a quest to meet him.
The Aum Of All Things was thus borne. It narrates the charming story of the interactions between the author and the Delhi hermit, Dashrathbhai Atmaramdas Patel, lovingly called Bapuji. Bapuji discusses a variety of topics with the author. They talk about the creation of mankind, the afterlife, karma and true liberation. Bapuji talks about how spirituality is not about leading an austere life devoid of happiness, but rather how it is about using the power of knowledge and wisdom to liberate your soul.
According to the author, the meditation technique he describes is of immense importance because it can bring about cosmic change and self-transformation. He mentions the obtuseness of material things, and how they seem to have overtaken our lives. In addition to answering many of life’s most complex and intricate questions, The Aum Of All Things gives the readers an insight into how the five elements within oneself can be manipulated in order to raise the ‘akash tattva’ or the ether element of the body.
This spiritual and metaphysical guide is written in a simple and witty manner, sprinkled with dry humour and the innocent ponderings of the author’s five year old daughter. It was first published in 2013.
About Ruzbeh N. Bharucha
Ruzbeh N. Bharucha, born in Mumbai in 1967, is an Indian author, filmmaker and journalist.
He has also authored Yamuna Gently Weeps, My God Is A Juvenile Delinquent, The Fakir, The Fakir - The Journey Continues, The Fakir Thoughts And Prayers and Shadows In Cages to name a few.
Ruzbeh embarked upon his writing career in his final year of college, writing and editing for a magazine named Venture. Later, he began working for The Pune Tribune, and progressed to becoming the executive editor of the Business Publication Division of The Indian Express in 1995. He launched his first book, titled The Last Marathon in 2000. His latest publication, The Ramblings of The 110th is a consolidation of some of his most powerful articles. This bestselling author currently resides in Pune, Maharashtra.
a nice book