Think from the Heart, Love from the Mind
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (4/13)
Article first published as Book Review: Think from the Heart, Love from the Mind by Gian Kumar on Blogcritics.
“Think from the Heart, Love from the Mind” by Gian Kumar is based on an ancient Indian Philosophy of the science of consciousness. Gian Kumar takes the reader on a complex journey that offers rewards of enlightenment that requires a practical discipline in daily living that departs from the norm of contemporary life coaches, pastors, and counselors.
Kumar brings together the simplicity and complexities of awareness, totality, balance, and success in life. His tenets are subjective and substantive, well stated and logically ordered, convincing and challenging intellectually and spiritually. Gian articulates a vast amount of profound considerations worthy of reflection, contemplation, and meditation.
Gian provides insight into questions on self-improvement with proposals for implementing methods and techniques of self-awareness to make these suggestions possible in a natural flow that leads to self-realization. In his treatment of science, religion and money, Kumar encourages the reader to allow mind energy to awaken the relevance of developing their own truth and reality. He shows how spirituality is a fusing of knowledge or intellect with awareness. He reminds the reader that spiritual living is not a theory that can be taught but must be practiced to be experienced. Anyone willing to discipline themselves in the reading and assimilation of the concepts Kumar presents here will be rewarded with a fresh sense of spiritual awakening.
“Think from the Heart, Love from the Mind” by Gian Kumar is designed to bring about an inner change that will provide the subconscious to evolve within, allowing your difficulties to “dissolve naturally” while eliminating the need for external sources for problem solving. Wherever you may be on your spiritual journey, you will gain new insights. This is a book for anyone who wants to discover, develop, capture, understand, feel and experience absolute existence and absolute truth.