When dreams are exchanged for compromise, when the truth is exchanged for denial, You lose yourself. The Perfect World is a journey of reclaiming your power to be, do and have anything you want. This inspirational fable not only takes you on a journey into the universe but also on a parallel journey within. Sprinkled with fun, triumph and wisdom, the story urges you towards choices of power, passion and purpose in your daily actions. The Perfect World will lead you towards your spiritual awareness and spiritual greatness, for that is the true meaning of success.
About the author: A motivational speaker and a best selling, award winning author, Priya Kumar is the CEO of Priya Kumar’s Training Systems. Priya has worked with the best names in the corporate world. Her interactive and at times unconventional methods of training continue to deliver much sought after tangible results. Apart from being a columnist for leading newspapers, Priya does several radio and television shows on Motivation and Peak Performance. Author of best selling books, “I Am Another You” and “License to Live”, Priya’s powerful storytelling has touched the lives of people across the world.
Review: This is the story of Niki Sanders, who while still struggling to find meaning and purpose in life, is approached with an offer to be part of a planet called ‘The Perfect world’. She is living an ordinary life laden with fear-loaded dreams, demanding relationships, a dissatisfying job, a bitter attitude and ever eluding aspirations. In a desperate attempt to seek clarity, courage and confidence, she unwittingly leads herself into meeting with two evolved souls from across the universe. These superior souls belong to “The Perfect World” and with them Niki embarks on the most thrilling adventure of her life; an adventure into infinite possibilities and self discovery. This part self-help book, part magic realism fiction takes you on a journey into the universe but also on a parallel journey within. Sprinkled with wisdom, the story urges you towards choices of power, passion and purpose in your daily actions leading towards spiritual awareness and spiritual greatness. “The perfect world” is about getting to know about one’s potential, learning to combat with inner dilemma and deriving profound understanding about oneself. It is the sense of clarity that Niki seemed to lack in the initial pages of the book- but with events revealing newer experiences- she gains the rare spark of confidence- that would alter her pre-existing troubled personality. The writing was crisp, editing tight and even though it is over 300 pages old, it rarely drags on. I am not a great fan of self-help literature but once in a while comes a book which makes you change your outlook towards this genre. It provides nuanced writing, is interspersed with magic realism to keep the narrative interesting with anecdotes. Read it when you feel low in life and you will enjoy it even more!
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