Jay Shetty is famous worldwide for making wisdom go viral. We already know about his motivational videos on Youtube, the “On Purpose” podcast and lots more.
It was around 2017 when I first came across the videos made by Jay Shetty. At that time, I was living alone in a vast metropolitan like Mumbai.
Financially not stable at all, emotionally reckless. Always looking for ways to get external validations.
But those Youtube videos inspired me a lot. They changed my mindset and helped me to become a better version than I was before.
Jay has always spoken about finding your purpose, which is necessary for every human being. Otherwise, you’ll only get back to the rabbit hole of disappointments and addictions.
When I first heard about Jay’s Book, I was amazed at first. I knew this book will contain all his wisdom, the knowledge he gathered while serving as a Monk. This will have all the tools to get a sense of your purpose, to achieve a Monk Mindset.
The idea of the book is to develop a Monk Mindset. There is difference between a Monkey Mindset and a Monk Mindset. There are different tools, ancient techniques to achieve this mindset.
Jay has mentioned three parts: Let Go, Grow & Give.
Letting go comprises of getting rid of negativity and fears.
Grow is associated with discovering “Dharma”.
As per the book, ” Living in your dharma is a certain route to fulfilment.”
Last but not least, the act of service is the highest purpose. Serve others unconditionally. You will get a sense of well being, you’ll be happy and motivated.
If you are looking for a new direction in life, if you are willing to change yourself; this is the book you need to read now.
Former Monk, Jay Shetty has gathered all the wisdom in this book. It will help you to look out for the root causes of your anxiety, and how to save yourself from the vicious rabbit hole of negativity.
Here the author focuses on Purpose, the causes of fear, detachment, relationships, service etc.
Someone who loves to dwell deeper in personal development will love this book.
Jay has also illustrated the different types of meditation. Why we all need meditation and how it enriches us as a human being, it is all in there.
I would recommend this book.
Just give yourself some time and read with patience. You will get a sense of fulfilment.
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