A Practical Guide to Personal Fulfillment And Optimum Well-being

by Rami Bleckt

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 27/06/2024

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9798765249437
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9798765249420

About the Book

This is a universal book for everyone who wants to change their lives for the better and begin to independently manage their own destiny. It provides only 10 steps with practical recommendations that have been tested by time and experience. All the tips in the book are simple and accessible. This invaluable knowledge underlies the most popular business courses from world-famous trainers, making it possible for everyone to become the master of their own destiny and take the 10 steps towards happiness, health, and success! Since the first edition, Rami Bleckt and his team have received hundreds of testimonials from people whose lives have changed for the better. Readers say that this book is one of the best in the fields of psychology, personal growth, esotericism, and practical philosophy. Due to popular demand, this book has been translated into 15 languages.

About the Author

Rami Bleckt is a writer and a Vedic Astrologer. He holds a Doctorates degree in Philosophy and Psychology (PhD). Since 1995 he successfully conducted multiple seminars in Canada, USA, Europe and Asia. Dr Rami is an independent spiritual teacher, and consultant who combines ancient wisdom with modern scientific research. Now a successful psychologist, writer, spiritual teacher and a father of four, Rami started out as a student in the military academy in St. Petersburg. During his studies, Rami began reading Christian literature, Eastern philosophy, and other religious books. After his graduation from the Academy, he served as an officer in Airborne and Special Forces. Plunging deeper into the studies of yogic practices and Vedic literature, he realized that they were the basis of successful psychological techniques used by his teachers in the Military Academy. This sparked a much more profound interest in the wise legacy, left to the world by the ancient India. Having taken serious interest in Vedic knowledge, Rami left military service and spent the next five years living as a monk. During that time, he was travelling and stayed in different Ashrams in India. He studied spiritual practices, ancient Hindu astrology, medicine, and Eastern and Buddhist philosophy and psychology. The book contains neither religious nor political concepts. Every person could find something important in it that would change their life for the best.