Have you ever wondered whether the changing economic and social scenario is linked to a greater time cycle?
Aligning the Economic Cycle with the Time Cycle weaves a pattern in the changing face of our socio-economic lives vis-a-vis time. Time, like the boom and fall of economies, also follows a cyclic model. Social perceptions of time form the basis for economic action.
Aligning the Economic Cycle with the Time Cycle emphasizes that we cannot understand our true self until we master the flow of time and familiarize ourselves with the intricate nature of time. It presents a time study lucidly and puts forward searching questions that need to be addressed before we formulate an opinion about the origin of our world and our current position in the time cycle.
There is more to time than we generally perceive; Aligning the Economic Cycle with the Time Cycle fits many jigsaw pieces in the right place to understand the time puzzle more fully. While a rational approach to science and theology answers many questions, the average reader often does not get so much material in one compilation to formulate a concurrent opinion.
Simply speaking, this manuscript is about celibacy. It is a collection of inspiring sayings and teachings, stressing on their underlying esoteric interpretation, from the Bible (Book Of Genesis), Taoism, the study of some erotic Hindu temple sculptures, Kundalini energy, the force of Kriyashakti and the five elements of nature.
Drawing from the sources cited above, this book also covers the subject of duality in human nature and suggests that incorporating masculine and feminine traits is the way to achieve supernatural powers of reproduction, the physical manifestation of awakened Kundalini energy after the sex force has been sublimated.
‘Spiritual Oneness’, per se, refers to the unity of the masculine and feminine aspects of human nature and the need to focus within, on the source of life, the eternal force that is neither masculine nor feminine. As diverse sources from different religions have been studied in this manuscript, unity also metaphorically relates to unity or likeness, of purpose and aim, put forward by all religions.
While many perceive celibacy as a boring or a hardly attractive proposition, for anyone interested in spirituality, this book will present a reasonably convincing (at least in my view!) case for celibacy, encompassing both purity of personality and a character firmly balanced between masculine and feminine traits, in order to reach the highest state of self-growth or evolution possible.
Indeed, I believe that celibacy is the truest way to understand sexuality – what it gives and what it takes from a person – because only a celibate will enjoy the growth that comes with renunciation of sex! 
Blurb on the back cover:
“Twinkle, twinkle, little star…” It was twelve-year old Gita’s favourite poem. She loved the stars. They were her best friends…
Until a star appeared on the day her grandma passed away. Does it have a message for her? Is this the reason why she has a new friend? Or is losing touch with an old one?
Can a star change your life?
Star Struck is the story of a girl caught up in a series of events that change her life, both at school and at home.
And make her realise what really matters…
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