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Book Review: Rituals of Happy Soul by Deepanshu Giri

‘Rituals of Happy Soul’ by Deepanshu Giri is a fascinating book on our connection with universe. The book broadly focuses on two aspects: energy and communication with universe. Right at the beginning the author asserts that it is not a spiritual book, it rather teaches you some secrets, tips, and hacks that can drastically alter your life by just being with universe.

The book will guide you as how you can harness energy from the universe and communicate with it to bring positivity and prosperity in your life. The tips and secrets are called rituals here.

People feel stuck, unable to move ahead in life, failed to break the circle of misery. Why? In the book you will find that our life’s problems are caused by six types of enemies that live inside us. Whenever we are powered from within, we take the challenges and defeat our manifested fears. Be it overcoming fears or healing, the secret lies in attracting energy from universe.

As you chug ahead with the book, you will be mesmerized to find that the author cured and solved many people’s incorrigible issues by lunar astrology. He is an expert in lunar astrology. Moon is about our hidden and what we feel, thus the book looks into within us, than external factors.

The book is full of takeaways and insights that are never before heard of, and greatly the author throws light on all basic aspects that matter in energy before he takes us through those modals and tricks. He talks about energy components, machines, mantras, animal instincts, and much more. One of the greatest findings in the book is the concept of upward and downward triangle for attracting energy from universe.

Since the book is short but full of great concepts, it’s better if you pick it up for your own benefit. Are you ambitious about your life? Want to be that positive and happy soul – go nowhere this mega great book is for you. Harness energy from universe and master your destiny.  

The language of the book is simple, comes easy, and there is no dilemma of thoughts and jargons. As possible as it could be, the author presented it with panache of easiness and convenience.

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