‘Spirituality at Work’ is the recommended textbook
for the ‘Integral Karmayoga’ course at IIT Madras
In a world of rapid changes, Spirituality at Work will serve as an inspiration to find new gateways to success. This book is based on the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita. It also draws inspiration from the renowned sage Sri Aurobindo’s ‘Essays on the Gita’.
As Stephen Covey has stated: ‘Despite all our gains in technology, product innovation and world markets, most people are not thriving in the organisations they work for. They are neither fulfilled nor excited.’
Dr. Devdas Menon hopes to change this mindset of today’s youth by inspiring, motivating and raising their aspirational levels. His book draws its content based on a theme-wise, judicious selection of 162 verses from the Gita. An integrated practice of spirituality through work, knowledge, and devotion – referred to as ‘Integral Karmayoga’, is the way forward. Its focus is on finding fulfilment in life through the application of conscious will.
A professor at IIT Madras and author of the bestseller ‘Stop Sleepwalking Through Life!’ Dr.Menon makes Spirituality at Work come alive. He has introduced courses such as Self-Awareness and Integral Karmayoga with great success. He knows how to make the wisdom of the Gita relevant to young adults facing the challenges of a competitive work environment – and help them create an enriched life.
Dr. Devdas Menon is a professor of structural engineering at IIT Madras, and a successful consultant. He is well-versed in the various spiritual traditions of Vedanta, Taoism, Buddhism, Zen, Christianity and Sufism. His brilliant and popular lectures are peppered with some of the ideas he has put forth in this book. At the age of twenty-five, he underwent a profound inner transformation that was to leave an enduring impression on him. He withdrew from the material world for a brief period and, under the guidance of some Himalayan Masters, came to realize that there was no need at all to ‘renounce’ the world. On their advice, he chose to remain in and practice the profession for which he had been trained. He later added the dimension of education, for which he found he had a natural calling. He advocates a holistic approach to education and life in which ‘awakening’ has a central role to play.
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